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11 nights 12 days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

6 people




HIMACHAL PRADESH : 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.

KINNAUR : Kinnaur, is about 235 km (146 mi) from the state capital, Shimla, located in the northeast corner of Himachal Pradesh bordering Tibet to the east. It has three high mountains ranges, namely, Zanskar and the Himalayas that enclose the valleys of Baspa, Satluj, and Spiti, as well as their tributaries.

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  • Narkanda & nearby villages are famous for apple orchards and local beauty.
  • Visit Hattu peaks from where you could have a clear view of the magnificent Himalayan mountains and the lush green valley below.
  • Enjoy visiting Chitkul & enjoy local life and their traditional culture there.
  • Just try to witness the most mysterious valleys at Sangla


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Day 1 : Chandigarh to Sarahan

Chandigarh to sarahan (approx 9 hr 20 min (251.1 km) Pick-up from Chandigarh Station and after refreshment moving towards Sarahan and transfer to the sarahan Hotel.

Day 2 : Sarahan to Sangla

Sarahan to Sangla (approx 3 hr 45 min (82.6 km)
After breakfast moving towards Sangla and transfer to the Sangla Hotel.

Day 3 : Sangla to Chitkul

Sangla to Chitkul (approx 2 hr 11 min (22.1 km) After breakfast moving towards Chitkul & full day enjoy in Chitkul Valley and back to the Sangla Hotel.

Day 4 : Chitkul to Kalpa

Chitkul to Kalpa approx 3 hr 24 min (60.2 km)
After breakfast moving towards Kalpa covering Reckong Peo View Point and transfer to the Kalpa Hotel.

Day 5 : Kalpa Local sightseeing

After breakfast visit Kalpa local sightseeing like Chandika Devi Temple, Kalpa Monastery, Kalpa Fort and back to the Kalpa hotel.

DAy 6 : Kalpa to Nako

kalpa to nako (approx 3 hr 34 min (98.2 km)
After breakfast moving towards Nako and transfer to the Nako Hotel.

Day 7 : Nako to Kaja And tabo

Nako to kaja and tabo (approx 4 hr 25 min (111.1 km) After breakfast moving towards Kaza covering Tabo and transfer to the Kaza Hotel.

Day 8 : Kaja local sightseeing

After breakfast visit Kaza local sightseeing like Spiti Valley, Sakya Tangyud Monastery and back to the Kaza Hotel.

Day 9 : Kaja to Keylong

Kaja to Keylong (approx 5 hr 41 min (186.1 km)
After breakfast moving towards Keylong and transfer to the Keylong Hotel.

Day 10 : Keylong to Manali

Keylong to Manali (approx 3 hr 8 min (70.0 km)
After breakfast moving towards Manali covering Kardang Monastery, Gondhla Fort, Solang valley & transfer to the Manali Hotel.

Day 11 : Manali local sightseeing

After breakfast visit Manali local sightseeing like Bashishtha Ashram, Hidimba Devi Temple, Club House and back to the Manali Hotel.

Day 12 : Manali to Chandigarh

Manali to chandigarh (approx 9 hr 30 min (306.7 km) After breakfast moving towards Chandigarh drop at railway Station/airport .


  • Assistance on arrival at Railway station/Bus stand/Airport
  • Welcome, Drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic),
  • Provide breakfast and dinner .
  • 11 Nights and 12 Days accommodation at a good hotel as per the respective rooms.
  • Entire Site seeing by AC car
  • Pick and Drop from Chandigarh Railway Station/Airport
  • All Toll Tax, Green Tax, Parking Charges, and Driver Stay during Visit.
  • 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.


11 nights 12 days

Tour's Location

Avenue of the india


Why Himachal Pradesh is famous for tourism?
This is popularly renowned for its Himalayan landscapes and popular hill-stations. Many outdoor activities such as rock climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, ice-skating, trekking, rafting, and heli-skiing are popular tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh.
Why is Himachal a tourist delight?
Himachal Pradesh is one of the most important travel destinations in India. The high hills of Himalayas attract the travelers from all over the world. Himachal Pradesh has plenty of hill resorts, pilgrimage centers, adventure sports destinations and wildlife that attracts a wide range of tourist traffic.
Why is Kinnaur famous?
Kinnaur – The Land of Apples and Gods. Kinnaur Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys and one of the 12 districts of Himachal Pradesh. It is renowned for apples and orchards, lovely meadows covered with dense woods and the most adventurous routes that cut through these valleys for a mesmerizing road trip
How many valleys are in Kinnaur?
kinnaur Divided into two main valleys — Sangla Valley and the Hangrang Valley, Kinnaur is divided into three administrative areas, Pooh, Kalpa, and Nichar. Mughal emperor Akbar conquered the area and made the valley a part of his Empire. The valley was known as Chini Tehsil then.
Is sarahan in kinnaur?
Sarahan is a small town in Himachal Pradesh of India. ... The town is known as the "gateway of Kinnaur" it being near the old Indo-Tibetan Road.
How many villages are there in Kinnaur?
1 Chitkul , 2 Kalpa , 3 Sangla , 4 Tabo , 5 Reckong , 6 Peo
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