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Detailed Itinerary

Chandigarh to Shimla (7,200 Feet, 3-4 hours)

On arrival at Chandigarh Railway Station/Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you to Shimla (380 km). Shimla is situated at the heart of the Himalayas, a most sought-after destination of Himachal Pradesh, regularly visited by the tourists and visitors, especially during the snowfall in January/February month. The chilly weather of Shimla lures the tourists throughout the year. On reaching there, after check-in at the hotel (depending upon the time), you could visit the renowned places there like Hidimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monastery, or have a therapeutic sulfur-rich hot water bath at Vashisth Baths. Otherwise, you could stroll down the town to get acquainted with Manali people, their local market, culture, and tradition at large. Later, in the late evening, you could have your dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.

Otherwise, it’s named Shimla from Goddess Shyamala Devi, an incarnation of Maa Kali. Shimla is renowned for its Tudor Bethan and neo-gothic architectures that date from the colonial era besides numerous temples. It’s charming snowfall, rugged mountainous terrain, and pleasant weather has made Shimla as the first choice of many tourists to excite them to visit regularly.

Shimla to Sarahan (7589 Feet, 160 km, 4-6 hours)

Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Sarahan. On-route you can visit Bhima Kali Temple at Sarahan, which is erected in the Kinnauri old-style, especially from the coating of stone and timber to standby the frequent earthquakes occurring in this belt. There are two towers, which are of major attraction. One tower of the 12th century was recently built as it collapsed, and the other towards the left is of 1920. It depicts an awe-inspiring admired shrine of Bhima Kali, which is the local version of Kali, underneath a fantastic silver-filigree awning on its top floor. The curved peaked roofs depict the Tibetan influence on Kinnauri architecture, which keeps on increasing as you will move upwards in the valley. On the right of the towers is Squat LankraVir Temple, where up to the 18th century, human sacrifices were carried out. After your visit, you will revert for an overnight stay after dinner at the hotel.

Sarahan to Sangla (8900 Feet, 90 km, 3-4 hours)

Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Sangla Valley renowned as half horse and half men. On the route, you will be crossing Basteri Village via an old bridge constructed over Baspa River. Here, you will come across cobble-stoned thoroughfares and various local temples of Lord Badri Narayan. Later, you will be visiting Kamru Fort, a five-storied fort that rests on 55 square feet of stone, and was constructed decades back by Dev Puran. The elegant complex statues of wooden porches and minuscule temples are a unique attraction there. In the evening, you will be returning to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.

Sangla to Chitkul (11,320 Feet, 22 km, 1-2 Hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will be proceeding to Chitkul, the last Indian hamlet at the border with a small population of close to 700 people. The Nila range makes this region spellbinding with the greenish-blue Baspa River originating from it adorns the Indian on the one hand and Tibet on another. For shutter burgers and nature lovers, there couldn’t be another better place than Chitkul, which is situated at an elevation of 3450 m. A 500 years old local Goddess shrine of MaaMaithi, is the next tourist attraction here, often visited for its ancient architecture, and to pay obeisance by the pilgrims. In the evening, you will be returning to the hotel for the overnight stay after dinner.

Chitkul to Nako (12,000 Feet, 140 km, 7-8 hours)

Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will proceed to Nako through the Hindustan-Tibet Highway. The most exciting thing on the way is to watch the surrounding scenes changing from lush emerald green to a deserted brown while we drive on the world’s most beautiful and treacherous road. We will be leaving behind the Pooh village, the village with the last fuel station, and proceed to the last hamlet of Kinnaur, which is Nako. After check-in at the guest house, you will be staying here for an overnight stay after having your dinner.

Nako to Kee (13,700 Feet, 111 km, 4-5 hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will be proceeding to Kee, which is close to 5 km from Kaza. The way from Nako to Kee is full of exciting scenes with tangible, shingle, and several boulders. You will find here huge diggers and road-rollers running round the year to remove any debris from the road, to keep it motorable. Here, after crossing Tabo, you will come across various narrow driveways and several gorges that open themselves into the vast and massive ship-shape spaces, which will keep on enhancing them until you will cross Kunzum Pass. On arrival at Kee, you will check-in at the hotel and do an overnight stay after dinner.

Kee to Losar (13,500 Feet, 81 km, 4-5 hours)

Today, check-out from the hotel after breakfast. We will be heading to Losar, which is a hamlet that turned out to be a silent Shangri-La. The best place for escapade enthusiasts to be lost in nature and unwind them. It is the best place to retire and settle down for a calm and peaceful life. Exploring the cold desert, surrounded by natural splendors, is the best thing to do while on the way. On arrival at Losar, check-in at the guest house and have your dinner followed by an overnight stay.

Losar to Chandratal (14,000 Feet, 38 km, 2-3 Hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will be heading to Chandratal, the lake of the moon via Kunzum pass, the solitary place to have the best views of the Chadratal. On arrival at Chandratal, check-in at your camp. During moonlight, the Chandratal lake is at it’s best beauty with changing colors at different times. Here, you will love spending your time in the lap of nature while incarcerating the eerie exquisiteness in your shutterbugs. Later in the evening, you will be staying in the camp for an overnight stay after dinner.

Chandratal to Manali (6,800 Feet, 120 km, 9-10 hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will be driven back to Manali via Rohtang Pass, while taking a round of the lake to have a spectacular view, that changes from green to reddish-orange.

Day1: Chandigarh to Shimla (7,200 Feet, 3-4 hours)

On arrival at Chandigarh Railway Station/Airport, our staff will greet you and transfer you to Shimla (380 km). Shimla is situated at the heart of the Himalayas, a most sought-after destination of Himachal Pradesh, regularly visited by the tourists and visitors, especially during the snowfall in January/February month. The chilly weather of Shimla lures the tourists throughout the year. On reaching there, after check-in at the hotel (depending upon the time), you could visit the renowned places there like Hidimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monastery, or have a therapeutic sulfur-rich hot water bath at Vashisth Baths. Otherwise, you could stroll down the town to get acquainted with Manali people, their local market, culture, and tradition at large. Later, in the late evening, you could have your dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.

Otherwise, it’s named Shimla from Goddess Shyamala Devi, an incarnation of Maa Kali. Shimla is renowned for its Tudor Bethan and neo-gothic architectures that date from the colonial era besides numerous temples. It’s charming snowfall, rugged mountainous terrain, and pleasant weather has made Shimla as the first choice of many tourists to excite them to visit regularly.

Day2: Shimla to Sarahan (7589 Feet, 160 km, 4-6 hours)

Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Sarahan. On-route you can visit Bhima Kali Temple at Sarahan, which is erected in the Kinnauri old-style, especially from the coating of stone and timber to standby the frequent earthquakes occurring in this belt. There are two towers, which are of major attraction. One tower of the 12th century was recently built as it collapsed, and the other towards the left is of 1920. It depicts an awe-inspiring admired shrine of Bhima Kali, which is the local version of Kali, underneath a fantastic silver-filigree awning on its top floor. The curved peaked roofs depict the Tibetan influence on Kinnauri architecture, which keeps on increasing as you will move upwards in the valley. On the right of the towers is Squat LankraVir Temple, where up to the 18th century, human sacrifices were carried out. After your visit, you will revert for an overnight stay after dinner at the hotel.

Day3: Sarahan to Sangla (8900 Feet, 90 km, 3-4 hours)

Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Sangla Valley renowned as half horse and half men. On the route, you will be crossing Basteri Village via an old bridge constructed over Baspa River. Here, you will come across cobble-stoned thoroughfares and various local temples of Lord Badri Narayan. Later, you will be visiting Kamru Fort, a five-storied fort that rests on 55 square feet of stone, and was constructed decades back by Dev Puran. The elegant complex statues of wooden porches and minuscule temples are a unique attraction there. In the evening, you will be returning to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day4: Sangla to Chitkul (11,320 Feet, 22 km, 1-2 Hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will be proceeding to Chitkul, the last Indian hamlet at the border with a small population of close to 700 people. The Nila range makes this region spellbinding with the greenish-blue Baspa River originating from it adorns the Indian on the one hand and Tibet on another. For shutter burgers and nature lovers, there couldn’t be another better place than Chitkul, which is situated at an elevation of 3450 m. A 500 years old local Goddess shrine of MaaMaithi, is the next tourist attraction here, often visited for its ancient architecture, and to pay obeisance by the pilgrims. In the evening, you will be returning to the hotel for the overnight stay after dinner.

Day5: Chitkul to Nako (12,000 Feet, 140 km, 7-8 hours)

Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will proceed to Nako through the Hindustan-Tibet Highway. The most exciting thing on the way is to watch the surrounding scenes changing from lush emerald green to a deserted brown while we drive on the world’s most beautiful and treacherous road. We will be leaving behind the Pooh village, the village with the last fuel station, and proceed to the last hamlet of Kinnaur, which is Nako. After check-in at the guest house, you will be staying here for an overnight stay after having your dinner.

Day6: Nako to Kee (13,700 Feet, 111 km, 4-5 hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will be proceeding to Kee, which is close to 5 km from Kaza. The way from Nako to Kee is full of exciting scenes with tangible, shingle, and several boulders. You will find here huge diggers and road-rollers running round the year to remove any debris from the road, to keep it motorable. Here, after crossing Tabo, you will come across various narrow driveways and several gorges that open themselves into the vast and massive ship-shape spaces, which will keep on enhancing them until you will cross Kunzum Pass. On arrival at Kee, you will check-in at the hotel and do an overnight stay after dinner.

Day7: Kee to Losar (13,500 Feet, 81 km, 4-5 hours)

Today, check-out from the hotel after breakfast. We will be heading to Losar, which is a hamlet that turned out to be a silent Shangri-La. The best place for escapade enthusiasts to be lost in nature and unwind them. It is the best place to retire and settle down for a calm and peaceful life. Exploring the cold desert, surrounded by natural splendors, is the best thing to do while on the way. On arrival at Losar, check-in at the guest house and have your dinner followed by an overnight stay.

Day8: Losar to Chandratal (14,000 Feet, 38 km, 2-3 Hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will be heading to Chandratal, the lake of the moon via Kunzum pass, the solitary place to have the best views of the Chadratal. On arrival at Chandratal, check-in at your camp. During moonlight, the Chandratal lake is at it’s best beauty with changing colors at different times. Here, you will love spending your time in the lap of nature while incarcerating the eerie exquisiteness in your shutterbugs. Later in the evening, you will be staying in the camp for an overnight stay after dinner.

Day9: Chandratal to Manali (6,800 Feet, 120 km, 9-10 hours)

After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, you will be driven back to Manali via Rohtang Pass, while taking a round of the lake to have a spectacular view, that changes from green to reddish-orange.

Package Includes
  • Welcome, Drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic).li>
  • 5 Nights and 5 Days accommodation at a good hotel as per the respective rooms.
  • Entire Site seeing as per itinerary by car
  • All Toll Tax, Green Tax, Parking Charges, and Driver Stay during Manali Visit.
  • Package Excludes
  • Fare – Air/Train
  • Any Entrance fees for monuments or sights
  • Rides and other charges
  • Government Service Tax
  • Taxi service not exclusively mentioned in the package.
  • Only items explicitly mentioned in the package are inclusive, otherwise all are exclusive.
  • Bank Details

    Account Name : Indian Travel Store

    Bank Name: ICICI Bank Ltd.

    Account No.: 635305002418

    Account type : Current

    IFSC Code:-ICIC0006353

    Branch Shimla, Himachal Pradesh