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Enchanting Himachal Tour

Destination

Dharamshala - Manali – Jispa - Leh - Nubra - Pangong - Leh - Kargil - Srinagar

Tour Key Points

  • Covering highest motor-able passes
  • Buddhist culture
  • Coldest Desert at Hunder
  • World's highest salted Lake Pangong
  • Visit Floating market in Srinagar
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The mesmerizing terrains of Shimla, Spiti Valley, Kinnaur Valley, and Kullu-Manali Valley, as well as the magnificent River Chandra, will be explored on this unique road trip, which will pass by several old villages and spectacular snow-capped mountains.

This thorough day-by-day itinerary covers the entire circuit from Delhi to Spiti and back, with several scenic stops along the way. This leisure package will allow you to unwind while taking in the breathtaking sights of the Himalayan Mountains.

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  1. Day 01 DELHI

    You will meet and greet then transfer to the hotel, and later tour the capital of modern India, the heart of the country, an interesting mix of ancient monuments and crowded bazaars, medieval buildings and modern buildings. Visit the Raj Ghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, the Jama Masjid mosque, Humayun's tomb and the Qutub Minar tower, followed by a drive along the embankment headquarters, the Red Fort, Connaught place, the shopping area

  2. Day 02 Delhi - Chandigarh – Shimla (125 kms) (4 -5 hours)

    Morning board the train to Chandigarh, where you will meet and be transferred to Shimla. In the afternoon or early evening, depending on traffic, and check-in into a hotel to rest and freshen up. In the evening, you are free to go shopping in Shimla market (The Mall Road) on your own or rent a car to visit Shimla landmarks such as Mall Road, Christ Church etc. before entering the unoccupied land.

  3. Day 03 Shimla Sightseeing

    After breakfast, visit Himachal Pradesh's capital, Vice Regal Lodge (known as Indian advanced studies – closed on Mondays and national holidays) and Jakhu Temple, Hanuman Temple, or pause for a while at Christ Church's beautiful stained-glass windows, which were installed in the 1850s. Evening at leisure.

  4. Day 04 Shimla – Narkanda – Rampur – Jeori – Sarahan. (175 kms) (7-8 hours)

    You'll travel to Sarahan after breakfast via Narkanda, which is known for its apple and cherry blossoms and serves as a gateway to Apple Country.

    Cherry blossoms are thought to be Himalayan natives. There are several spectacular places around the world where you can see the elegance of the blossoms in full bloom. It's difficult to say when the buds will open, revealing the much-anticipated spectacular panoramic view. Thousands of cherry and apple trees bloom every year, creating a stunning array of blossoms. If you want to see these breathtaking panoramic views of blossoms.

    Narkanda is one such less-traveled destination. It is located at 2708 metres on the NH-22 (Hindustan-Tibet Road), in the Shimla district. It provides mesmerising scenic views of snow ranges, making it a perfect retreat for those who enjoy being secluded among the snow-capped peaks. In the winter, Narkanda is known for skiing and winter sports, but it is also a summer destination with stunning views of cherry and apple blossoms. It is a gateway to Apple Country of Himachal Pradesh, which connects Shimla with Rampur and a diversion leading to Thanedar. Thanedar and Kotgarh is the prime apple belt of the state.

    We shall drive to Sarahan, by early evening we will reach Sarahan and check-in at the hotel.
    After a short break, it's time to visit the oldest and most architecturally impressive Bhima Kali temple.
    The Sarahan Bazaar and a village visit are the next stops. We'll have a relaxing evening before leaving for the night.

  5. Day 05 Sarahan - Karcham – Chitkul - Kalpa (Approx. 105 Km / 04 - 05 Hrs)

    Today we will travel to Kalpa in the Kinnaur district. The mesmerising mountain views on the legendary Hindustan-Tibet highway along the Sutlej River, Wangtu, and Karchham will enchant you today. After visiting the last village, Chitkul, drive to Kalpa, the town of Golden Apples and Cherries in Kinnaur, with a magnificent view of the holy mountain "Kinner Kailash."

  6. Day 06 Kalpa - Nako -Tabo (Approx. 160 Kms / 05 - 06 Hrs.)

    After breakfast, we will depart for Tabo, passing through ancient villages such as Riiba, Jangi, and Pooh. We will stop for lunch in the charming town of "Nako," which promises to be an unforgettable experience. Continue your journey to Tabo (famous for its monastery), a small hamlet in the middle of nowhere

  7. Day 07 Tabo - Dhankar - Kaza (Approx. 75 Km / 04 Hrs. Drive)

    Now we'll drive to Kaza, pausing to appreciate the tranquilly of village life in Shichling and Chhorden. These picturesque villages are nestled along the banks of a tranquil river. Following that, we travel to Dhankar monastery, a Spiti Valley village that has yet to be explored. Check into a hotel once you arrive in Kaza.

  8. Day 08 Key Monastery - Langza - Hikkim Village – Kaza

    This day is set aside for us to go on a spiritual exploration drive in and around the Spiti Valley. After a 14-kilometer drive from Kaza to Spiti Valley, we will visit the world's largest monastery, "The Main Monastery"/" Ki Gompa," a once-in-a-lifetime experience situated on a hilltop near the Spiti River, this Tibetan Buddhist monastery dates back many centuries and is credited as being a training centre for monks.

    It's also worth noting that it has a sizable collection of ancient murals and books, as well as Buddha images.

    Following that, we'll make a brief stop in Langza village (in Spiti Valley) to take in some unforgettable views of the Gaya Peak (6000 m). We will now proceed to Hikkim village, which is located at a height of 14,270 feet above sea level. We'll return to Kaza in the evening and retire for the night.

  9. Day 09 Kaza -—Losar—Kunzum la—Rohtang La—Manali (Approx. 200 Km / 9 Hrs. )

    We will leave for Manali after a good night's sleep and breakfast, passing through Batal, Chota Darra, Gramphu, and Rohtang passes (3970 m). While riding forward, we will pass through the popular “Rohtang Pass,” which is located 51 kilometres east of Manali on the Pir Panjal Himalayan Range. Of course, a stop here is needed in order to photograph the breathtaking scenery.

  10. Day 10 Manali Local Sightseeing (The gateway of High Mountains Passes)

    This day in Manali will be devoted to local sightseeing. You'll go to Hadimba Temple, Vashishth Kund (known for its hot springs), Manu Temple, and take a stroll through this charming place.

  11. Day 11 Manali –Chandigarh (310 kms) (7-8hours) – Delhi

    Morning Check out of the and drive to Chandigarh railway station to board the evening train to Delhi. On arrival at Delhi railway station you will meet and transfer International airport to board the flight for onward destination.

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