Himachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state in the Himalayas. It's home to scenic mountain towns and resorts such as Dalhousie. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence. This is reflected in its Buddhist temples and monasteries, as well as its vibrant Tibetan New Year celebrations. The region is also well known for its trekking, climbing and skiing areas.
Delhi/Chandigarh To Shimla (7200 Feet, 3-4 Hours To 8-10 Hours) Night: 01On arrival at Delhi Railway Station/Airport, our staff/representative 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 arrival at Shimla, after check-in at the hotel, you will be at your leisure to relax/refresh and spend your evening strolling in the lanes, or interacting with locals to get acquainted with their language, culture and traditions, or better hitting the mall road on you own. Later, in the late evening, you could have your dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel. Here, we would like to brief you a bit about Shimla. Shimla got it's name from Goddess Shyamala Devi, an incarnation of Maa Kali. It 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 the first choice of many tourists to excite them to be here year after year. 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 Kalpa (9711 Feet, 230 Km, 8-10 Hours), Night: 01Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Kalpa. 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. After Bhima Kali Temple, we will be heading to ReckongPeo, the district capital of Kinnaur. Here, we will obtain a permit to enter the Spiti valley. After receiving the permit, we will move to Kalpa, via a 7 km zigzag road. Kalpa is considered as a jewel with intriguing vistas of the Kinner Kailash and Jorkandan Peaks. It is a small town above ReckongPeo in the Kinnaur District that lies in the Sutlej river valley. It's known for it’s apple orchards and ancient temples. On arrival at Kalpa, you will check-in at the hotel and will be staying there for an overnight stay after taking your delicious dinner served by the hotel.
Kalpa To Gue(10,499 Ft,132 Km, 4-5 Hrs) To Tabo (10,760 Ft,150 Km, 5-6 Hrs From Kalpa), Night: 01Today, after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Tabo. We will enter into Spiti Valley via the mischievous Sumodh and continue driving through its rugged topography and take a bottom halt to be at Gue and finally move to Tabo. Gue is famous for its 500-year-old mummy of monk Sangha Tenzin, who shriveled and sacrificed his life to free the village from the plague of scorpions. It was found in 1975 in a tomb after an earthquake struck it and brought down a part of the tomb, to make it visible by the villagers. After visiting Gue, we will be heading to Tabo, usually known as the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas.' Tabo encloses as 1010-year-old Tabo Monastery, which is a UNESCO world heritage site also for its ancient paintings that portray the life of The Buddha, besides other Gods portrayals, whizzes, and life-size effigies of bodhisattvas blended in Western, Tibetan and Indian Kashmiri styles. On arrival, at Tabo, Check-in at your hotel you would be at your leisure to spend your day on own. In late evening you will be making an overnight stay after enjoying a sumptuous dinner.
Tabo To Kaza (12, 500 Ft, 50 Km, 1 Hour), Night: 02After having a delicious breakfast, Check-out from the hotel, as today we will be heading to Kaza. On the way, you will be thrilled by the scenic beauty on the road. You will beenjoying the steep and serrated foothills on both sides. Tabo Monastery that is sheltered as the National Historic Treasure of India by the Indian Archaeological survey, is the best tourist destination and the most exciting place to visit. The monastery is a grand collection of stunning scriptures, beautiful paintings, traditional wall pictures, and much more to make you spell-bind. Above all, the monastery is the home of 60 lamas, who resides there. In the evening, we will be reaching Kaza. On arrival at Kaza, you will check-in at the hotel and stay there for an overnight stay after dinner.
Sight Visits At Kaza (Komic Village)Today, after breakfast, you will be proceeding to Komic village, another entirely occupied village for various sight visits around. In the afternoon, you could unwind yourself and further explore the area on your own. In the evening we will be reverting to the hotel, where after dinner you will stay for an overnight stay.
Kaza To Losar (13,400 Ft, 58 Km, 1 Hour), Night: 01Today, check-out from the hotel after breakfast. We will be heading to Losar. Losar, a hamlet that turned out to be a silent Shangri-La, is 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 at Losar. The scenic beauty here is awe-inspiring with magnificent views of different coloured mountains with water falls emerging through them. On arrival at hotel in the evening, after check-in you will be staying here for an overnight after dinner.
Losar To Pin Valley (11,500-20,000 Ft, 50 Km, 1 Hour), Night: 01After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will proceed to Pin Valley, close to 2 km above Gulling, at Kungri. Here the best attraction is to visit a 600-year-old UgyenSangnakChoing Gompa, which is known for its vast cloister edifice, which houses about 60 Lamas, who reside there. The Pin Valley was avowed as the national park in 1987 to be the home for the jeopardized snow leopard and is the best place to get familiar with the wild animals in their natural habitat. Other animals like Siberian ibex, bharal, weasel, red fox, and marten pika, make this place more exciting while the birds like the griffon, golden eagle, bearded vulture, chukar and raven add to the beauty of the sky making it colorful to awe. From Pin Valley, we will proceed to the quaint village of Mudh, for a delicious dinner and an overnight stay after check-in at the hotel.
Pin Valley To Nako (12,014 Ft, 72 Km, 1-2 Hours), Night: 01After breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive to Nako, through the Hindustan-Tibet Highway. Nako is considered as the most picturesque hamlets in the Kinnaur District. 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. Nako, is known for it’sNako Monastery that is built close to a beautiful lake. After check-in at the guest house, you will be staying here for an overnight stay after having your dinner.
Nako To Narkanda (8,885 Ft, 252 Km, 7-8 Hours), Night: 01Today, you will be driving back to the civilization after doing breakfast and check-out from the hotel through NH22 along with the stream Sutlej. On arrival, as per the time, you will be exploring the town on own as you will be at your leisure to spend the remaining day after reaching the hotel. Narkanda is within the fir forest and is a skiing resort in winters. You could visit to Kotgarh, (16 km) that is known for it's apple orchards on your own. After dinner, you will be staying here for an overnight stay.
Narkanda To Delhi (405 Km, 12 Hours Via NH 5)Today will be the last day of the tour, and after breakfast and check-out from the hotel, we will drive you back to Delhi for your onward journey.
· Assistance on arrival at Railway station/Bus stand/Airport
· Welcome, Drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic).
· 09 Nights and 10 Days accommodation at a good hotel as per the respective rooms.
· Entire Site seeing by AC car
· Pick and Drop from New Delhi Railway Station/Airport
· All Toll Tax, Green Tax, Parking Charges, and Driver Stay during Visit.
· Maximum KM blockage will be 2000 km with Toll Tax, Parking, Night Halt,Etc.
- 5% G.S.T.
- 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.
While on Trip you need to carry your Identity Proof's along with you. At Hotels Manager or Receptionists may ask for your travel documents. Documents needed are mentioned below in accordance with age
- ADULT: Voters ID / Passport / Aadhar Card / Driving Licence
- CHILD (5 to 11 years) : Passport / Aadhar Card / PAN card
- CHILD (2 to 4 years) : Aadhar Card / School ID / PAN card
- For Infants - Carry 2 passport sized photographs