Day 01:-Delhi-Shimla (343 Km)
On arrival at Delhi Airport/Railway station from there you will be met ,assisted and driven to Shimla after reaching Shimla check into your pre booked hotel.Overnight stay at the Shimla.
The British Empire may have ceased to exit, but its echo lingers on in Shimla (2205m). As the Summer Capital of the British in India, Shimla was the country's focus for the better part of every year and now, is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Today, it has well developed facilities, easy accessibility and numerous attractions making it one of India's most popular hill destinations. Situated in the lower ranges of the Himalayan Mountains, it is surrounded by pine deodar, oak and rhododendron forests. Towards the north lie the snow-covered high-ranges, while the valleys breathe whispering streams and swaying fields. Within the town are host of splendid colonial edifices, quaint cottages and charming walks. Shimla offers a variety of shopping, sport and entertainment activities.
Day 02:-Shimla -Sarhan (172 Km)
After breakfast check out of the hotel and get driven to Sarhan via Kufri, Fagu, and Narkanda & Rampur. On reaching Sarhan check in and relax at your pre booked hotel .In the evening go for local sightseeing. Overnight stay at the Sarhan.
Distance between Shimla to Fagu=22 Km, Fagu to Narkanda=42 Km, Narkanda to Rampur=68 Km. Rampur to Sarahan=40
It is small town in Himachal Pradesh of India. It has an average elevation of 2,313 metres It is the site of famous Bhimakali temple, dedicated to the mother goddess Bhimakali, presiding deity of the rulers of the former Bushahr State. The temple is situated about 180 kilometers from Shimla and is one of 51 Shakti Peethas. The town is known as the gateway of Kinnaur. Seven kilometers below Sarahan is the river Satluj. Sarahan is identified with the Sonitpur mentioned in Puranas.
Bhimakali Temple- This historical temple is a multistoried structured building, a fusion of Hindu and Buddhist architecture. The tall tower like structure and unusual roof of the temple dominate the complex. The centuries old temple is now locked and in the newly built temple, the goddess Bhimakali is portrayed as a maiden and as a woman. This temple complex includes other temples such as Narsingh shrine of Bhairon and Lord Raghunath.
Bird Park- Near the temple complex is a pheasant breeding centre. It also houses the State bird Monal which is of a great attraction.
Bhaba Valley- 50 km from Sarahan, a beautiful valley along Bhaba river. Link road to valley originates at Wangtu. It has a beautiful landscape, reservoir lake, alpine meadows and is best famous for trek route to Pin Valley in Spiti.
Day 03:-Sarhan-Sangla (94Km)
After breakfast at the hotel get driven to Sangla .On reaching check in to your pre booked hotel.After relaxing for some time go for sightseeing. In Sangla, casually roaming in the market, interacting with the locals, having hot coffee at the Tibetan Coffee House, capturing some breathtaking natural beauty in your camera; all this constitutes the real magnificence of this town. One can also go for an early morning 2 km walk up to the old Buddhist Monastery in Sangla.Ovenight stay at the Sangla.
Sangla is a town in the Baspa Valley, also referred to as the Sangla valley, in the Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh, India, close to the Tibetan border. The valley is surrounded by forested slopes and offers views of the high mountains. Its location in the greater Himalayan range gives it a milder climate than the plains. Until 1989 outsiders could not enter the valley without a special permit from the Government of India, due to its strategic position on the Indo-Tibet/China border.] The Sangla area has pine nut orchards, Royal red apples, cherry trees, and glacial streams with trout. Neighbouring villages include Chitkul, Karchham, and Batseri. The nearby Baspa hydel-project has been completed in 2009. The Sangla Valley is the most beautiful place in the whole district and favourites amongst the visitors. River baspa flows through the valley.
Kamru Fort- Kamru Fort is a popular attraction in Sangla and is famous for its various images of Buddha and idols of various other gods and goddess. Located at a distance of 2 km from Sangla Valley, it is located in a picturesque setting and is entered through a series of various gates. The third floor of the fort is especially worth visiting
Buddhist Monastery- Sangla is very popular for its varied influence, of which Buddhism is a primary one. This monastery is a popular tourist attraction in this region.
Bering Nag Temple- Bering Nag Temple is the most popular attraction in Sangla Valley. The temple is the host of the famous annual Phulech Festival held every year in the month of September.
Trout Farm- Established by the fisheries department of Himachal Pradesh, Trout Farm which fosters various types of the prized trouts. Tourists need to avail a licence from the fisheries department and enjoy fishing in the farm.
Safron Farm- Just 1 km before Sangla valley is the Saffron farm, famous for its saffron cultivation.
Tibetan Wood carving centre- Tibetan Wood Carving Center is located on the outskirt of Sangla Valley, very close to Trout farm and Saffron farm.
Day 04:-Sangla-Chitkul (26Km)
After breakfast check out of the hotel and get driven to Chitkul .On reaching Chitkul check in ad relax and your pre booked hotel. After relaxing go for local sightseeing. Overnight stay at the hotel at the Chitkul.
Chitkul is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibet border. The Indian road ends here. Potatoes grown at Chittkul are one of the best in the world and are very costly. Chitkul, on the banks of Baspa River, is the first village of the Baspa Valley and the last village on the old Hindustan-Tibet trade route.It is also the last point in India one can travel to without a permit. Of particular interest at Chitkul are its houses with either slate or wooden plank roofs, a Buddhist temple and a small tower. However, there has been an increased use of tin-roofs, especially the high school and the army/ITBP barracks. While in Chitkul make sure you carry adequate cash with you as there is no ATM facility in this hilly area.
Day 05 :-Chitkul-Kalpa(76Km)
After breakfast proceed towards Kalpa via Rekong Peo. Enjoy the magnificent view of Kinnar Kailash peak. Overnight stay at Kalpa.
Kalpa is a small town located in the Sutlej River Valley, above Rekong Peo in the Kinnauri district of Himachal Pradesh. Northern India in the Indian Himalaya. Inhabited by Kinnauri people and famous for its apple orchards. Apples are a major cash-crop for the region. The local inhabitants follow a syncretism of Hinduism and Buddhism, and many temples in Kalpa are dedicated to both Hindu and Buddhist gods & goddesses.
Day 06 :-Kalpa local
After breakfast at the hotel full day is for leisure activities. The view from Kalpa is beautiful with an observer getting the feeling that he is sitting in the lap of the mountains with the entire range of peaks being visible. Also visible from this place is the sacred Shivling rock on the Kailash mountain that changes its color at different points in the day. Overnight stay at Kalpa.
Day 07:-Kalpa-Soja (188 Km)
After breakfast at the hotel get driven to Soja via Rampur, Sainj,Jaleri Pass. Check in and relax at the hotel .After relaxing go for sightseeing. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Located in Seraj valley, Shoja is a breathtakingly beautiful place. The mornings in Shoja are particularly invigorating. One can just stroll around, walk up to the meadows or perhaps take the pathway into the jungle. Nature lovers can enjoy thick wooded hill slopes starting from bottom as far down or up or sideways or deep as one can look. From Sojha, one can drive up to Jalori Pass. The metal road from Jalori pass leads down to Sainj and Shimla. The place abounds in hypnotic ambience. The lake is small but in a beautiful location. Cradled by rolling- meadows on all sides, high up in the mountains, it is an idyllic location for a private cottage. A small quaint little dhaba is run at the lake that can offer hot food and roof overhead for overnight campers.
Jalori Pass-Jalori Pass is a popular mountain pass in Himachal Pradesh and offers great opportunities for trekking and mountain sports. Some of the most important trekking routes are from Mandi, Kullu and Shimla. Located at the height of 3,134 m above sea level, the pass lies very close to Serolsar Lake and Shringa Rishi Temple.
Nature Walks-Walking is the best way to explore the beautiful locales of Shoja. These parts of HImachal Pradesh are largely unexplored and walking is perhaps the only yet most exotic way to explore the region.
Day 08 Shoja Great Himalayan National Park
-Sainj (188Km) After breakfast at the hotel get driven to Sainj enroute visit Great Himalayan National Park. Check in and relax at the pre booked hotel .After relaxing for some time go for local sightseeing. Overnight stay at the Sainj.
Tabo is a small town in the Lahaul and Spiti district on the banks of the Spiti River in Himachal Pradesh, India. The town lies on the road between Rekong Peo and Kaza. The town surrounds a Buddhist monastery called Tabo Monaestry, according to legend, is said to be over a thousand years old. His Holiness the Dalai Lama has expressed his desire to retire to Tabo.
Day 09:-Sainj -Manali (88Km)
After breakfast at the hotel get driven to Manali. After reaching check in and relax in your pre booked hotel. In the evening go for local. Overnight stay at Manali.
Day 10:-Manali-Delhi (570 Km)
After breakfast at the hotel check out of the hotel and get driven to Delhi Airport and Railway station for your onward Journey. (approx-12-15 Hrs Journey)
Carry back the best and unforgettable memories of the Trip!!!!