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Himachal - kapla, kaza and leh tour

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Day 01 Shimla – Hatkoti - Roharu ( 120 km / 05 hrs )

Meal : Dinner Only
Meet & Greet on arrival by our Office Representative OR DRIVE leave for Roharu. Dinner & Overnight
stay at Hotel.
Banks of the Pabbar is not only an angler’s dream come true, but also the dream destination for
adventure sports enthusiasts as several tour operators conduct adventure sports like river rafting and

Chansal: the gentle slopes here are ideal for heli skiing and the area is also a trekkers paradise, offering
breath taking views of the snow covered slopes of the mighty Himalayas.

Chirgaon: boasts of many fishing spots from which anglers have caught trout, mahaseer and other
species of fish.

Day 02 Roharu – Sarahan 120 km / 05 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
This morning after breakfast check out from hotel & Drive to Sarahan. Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.
Sarahan – Shri Bhima Kali Temple is a temple at Sarahan in Himachal Pradesh in India, dedicated to the
mother goddess Bhimakali, presiding deity of the rulers of former Bushahr State. The temple is situated
about 180 km from Shimla and it is as holy as 51 Shakti Peethas.
Shri Bhima Kali : Shri Bhima Kali Temple is a temple at Sarahan in Himachal Pradesh in India, dedicated
to the mother goddess Bhimakali, presiding deity of the rulers of former Bushahr State. The temple is
situated about 180 km from Shimla and it is as holy as 51 Shakti Peethas.
The Hindustan-Tibet road :which passes through Himachal Pradesh, has been considerably improved;
that 300-mile (480-km) highway runs through Shimla, once the summer capital of India, and crosses the
Indo-Tibetan border near Shipki Pass. From Manali in the Kullu valley, a highway now crosses.

Day 03 Sarahan – Sangla - Rakchham ( 110 Kms / 5hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Before breakfast, visit Bhimakali Temple during puja. It is revered as one of the fifth one Shaktipeeth.
Leave for beautiful Sangla valley. Enroute Trandha Maa temple known for its sheer drop. A journey from

Karcham onwards is enjoyable and adventurous throughout the valley. The natural scenery all around
and the eternal snow view are picturesque & charming. This is the most charming valley in the entire
District of Kinnaur. It is also known as Baspa valley since Baspa River flows through this valley. Explore
the vicinity around including an ancient Kamro Fort & temple dedicated to Nages God. Leave to
Rakchham village. O/N at Hotel .
Sangla Meadows :Lush green meadows spotted with mud patches and a magnificent backdrop of snow
covered Himalayan Mountains. What else could you ask for, to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
Bering Nag Temple :An architectural wonder, this place is a must visit. It is considered as one of the most
important temples for Hindus. This temple is devoted to Lord Jagas.
Kamru Fort :This fort is a perfect place for a glimpse in to the artistic legacy of past. Now converted into
a temple, it is dedicated to Hindu Goddess Kamakhya Devi.
Shopping At Sangla :Sangla is famous for its wood carving work and other handicrafts such as handmade
shawls and caps. Look out for Kinnaur apples which are one of the best in the world.
Baspa River : It’s time for some activities and adventure! A rippling river with a photographic scenic
beauty is an ideal place where tourists prefer to fish, camp and trek.

Day 04 Rakcham – Chitkul ( 10 Km / 1 hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
When you sit by the river and admire the beauty of Rakchham is completely another world. I would say,
you would have never seen this kind of creation of extraordinary beauty in your life. This place is a
paradise for trekking, bird-watching, professional photographer and the extreme condition for the rock
climber. The hotels offer different kinds of trips to the upper pasture land. You will not get such a
combination in any hotels in Kinnaur. Visit Chitkul, the last village on old Indo- Tibetan Route,
walkthrough village & brilliant stream. Back to the same hotel.
Rakcham Village : Rakcham is a quaint village situated in Himachal Pradesh about 23 kms away from
Chitkul, the last Indian village before the Tibet Border. The scenic little hamlet is located in the
enchanting Baspa Valley by River Baspa, which is an important tributary of the Sutlej. The region is
covered with dense vegetation throughout the year. The serene snow-capped peak of Kinnaur Kailasha
mountains that border the district of Kinnaur can also be witnessed from this little hamlet.
Chitkul Village : Chhitkul is a village in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. During winters, the place
mostly remains covered with the snow and the inhabitants move to lower regions of Himachal.
According to a recent study by Centre of Atmospheric Sciences at IIT Delhi, Chitkul has the cleanest air in
Buddhist Monastery : If you are travelling to Himachal Pradesh, you are sure to come across some
amazing and beautiful monasteries on the way. Buddhist Monastery is one such place in Brelengi, thus
also referred to as Brelengi Gompa.

Day 05 Sangla – Kalpa ( 70 Kms 4 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
The morning after breakfast leave to Kalpa via Reckong Peo short stop to explore market famous for its
dry fruit & local woolen clothes, en route visit Koti Mata Temple. Arrival at Hotel Most of the Hotel
rooms facing Jorkanden & The Kinner Kailash Peaks, considered as one of the mythical homes of Lord
Shiva & by its side is a seventy-nine-foot rock formation that resembles a Shivalinga that changes the
color as the day passes & is visible to the naked eye on a clear day. O/N stay.
The Kinner Kailash Peaks : Kinnaur is percieved to be a magical land aka the land of fairy tales and
fantasies which has a spectacular terrain of lush green valley, orchards, vineyards, snow clad peaks and
cold desert mountains. It is a border district of Himachal Pradesh. Kinnaur is also rich in flora & fauna.
The culture and language is different from other parts of the state. Kinnaur, the tribal district of
Himachal Pradesh, lies 250 kms away from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh and is located on the
Hindustan Tibet Road.
Suicide Point : As the name suggest, Suicide Point is a place with dangerous trench and vertical slopes.
Situated near Kalpa, a walk to this point will take you through delicious sight of apple orchards.
Narayan Nagini Temple : A perfect example of Kinnauri craftsmanship, this temple is constructed in
traditional Tibetan Pagoda style of architecture. Situated on the top of a hill at Chini Village, this temple
is one of the major attractions of the village and a must visit.
Roghi Village : This is a place where you can witness and enjoy the ethnicity and traditions of people of
Kalpa. A small village located at a distance of 6-7 km. from Kalpa, it is famous for its simple lifestyle and
customs of Himachal.

Day 06 Kalpa – Nako – Tabo ( 200 Kms / 8hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast leave for Tabo, Enroute Nako Lake, this is one of Kinnaur ‘ s most picturesque hamlets,
Nako is slated to be declared a heritage village built around a small lake & has an important Buddhist
Gompa& small temples. After lunch for Gui Village, famous for its mummies 500 to 600years old. O/N at
Nako Lake : Nako Lake is a high altitude lake in the Pooh sub-division of the Kinnaur district of the state
of Himachal Pradesh in India. It forms part of the boundary of Nako village, and is named after it. It is
about 3,662 metres (12,014 ft) above sea level. The lake is surrounded by willow and poplar trees.
Gue Village : Gue is a village in the Lahul & Spiti district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. In this
little village lays the perfectly well-preserved 500-year-old mummy of Sangha Tenzing. It was a Buddhist
monk from Tibet. It was found in a sitting position, with his skin and hair intact.

Day 07 Tabo - Kaza ( 50 Kms /2hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
After Breakfast check out from hotel & drive to Kaza. Kaza is one of the most important monasteries,
not just in Spiti but in the whole of the Tibetan Buddhist world. Tabo holds the distinction of being the
largest monastic complex in Spiti constructed in 1996 AD. Enroute Dhankar Gompa. O/n Kaza.

Day 08 Kaza – Kee / Kibber

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast leave for Kaza sightseeing by visiting Kee Monastery & Gate Village [Highest Motorable
Connected Road in the world & Kibber Village for the ancient monastery built on what is believed to
have been a crater of an extinct Volcano.
Key Monastery : No matter what, do not drop this place from your itinerary, even if you are not on a
spiritual tour. Almost 7km from Kaza, this Monastery, established in 11th century is the largest in Spiti
Komic Village : Komic Village, situated at a height of 4275m is a location where fossils are found.
Villagers might tempt you to buy the fossils, however do not get trapped since buying and transporting
fossils is not legal.
Kibber Village : The highest village in town or as it is claimed to be, Kibber is situated 18 km from Kaza.
Easily accessible by a smooth road, you will be amazed to known that the village has its own polling
station during elections.

Day 09 Kaza – Chandratal Lake ( 100 Km / 03 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast Checkout &drive to Chandra tal lake . so Chigma or Chandra Taal, or Chandra Tal is a lake
in the Lahaul part of the Lahul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Chandra Taal is near the source of
the Chandra River. Despite the rugged and inhospitable surroundings, it is in a protected niche with
some flowers and wildlife in summer. Arrive at Chandra tal Lake Check in the Camp & Dinner Overnight
stay at Camp.
Kunzum Pass, is a high mountain pass in the eastern Kunzum Range of the Himalayas. It connects Lahaul
valley and Spiti valley. It is on the route from Gramphoo in Lahaul to Kaza the subdivisional headquarters
of Spiti. Kunzum Pass is 122 km from Manali, and 79 km from Kaza.

Day 10 Chandratal Lake – Manali ( 110 Km / 03 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast Check out from Camp & drive to Manali . A gift of the Himalayas to the world, Manali is a
beautiful township nestled in the picturesque Beas River valley. It is a rustic enclave known for its cool

climate and snow-capped mountains, offering respite to tourists escaping scorching heat of the plains.
Dinner & Overnight Stay at Hotel.
Atal Tunnel (also known as Rohtang Tunnel), named after former Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari
Vajpayee is a highway tunnel built under the Rohtang Pass in the eastern Pir Panjal range of the
Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Day 11 Manali Local Sightseeing

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
This morning after breakfast Lets Doing Manali Sightseeing . Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.

Hadimba Temple is dedicated to the wife of Bhim, one of the five Pandava brothers in the Indian epic
Mahabharata. As the legend goes, Bhim married Hadimba and they had a son. Later on, Hadimba left
the place and became a spiritual.
Old Manali :Old Manali refers to the more antiquated part of town. Here, visitors can wander around
the streets and catch vignettes of a bygone age, when Manali was a sleepy pilgrimage town before the
backpackers arrived in droves. Old Manali offers some of the best views in the region because of the
forests and apple orchards around the settlement. The bridge over the high-current Manaslu River
separates Old Manali from the main town and is an iconic image in itself.
Mall Road Manali :A visit to this charming market, amongst the most popular places to visit in Manali,
tops the charts of almost all the travellers. This place, lined up with hundreds of shops, cannot be missed
to experience the local flavours, sights, and sounds of the region.
Manu Temple which is believed to be the only temple of Manu in India, who is considered as the creator
of the human race on earth. Located at a distance of 3 km from the main bazaar in Old Manali, the
temple is believed to be the abode of Manu, the ancient law-giver of India,
Vashist springs and temple in a tiny hamlet situated on the bank of Beas River that turns towards
Rohtang. It is well known for its hot sulphur springs and temples. Taking a dip in this water is considered
sacred by many. Nearby is the pyramidal stone temple devoted to Vashist Muni, a revered sage, Nehru
Kund is a natural spring in the region. Located at a distance of around 6 km from Manali, it has been
named after the late Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The Kund has derived its name from Nehru, as he
used to drink water from it, on his journey to Manali,
The Manali Gompa which serves as an important gathering place for Buddhists from Lahaul, Spiti,
Kinnaur, Ladakh, Nepal and Tibet. Built in the 1960s, the new monastery is famous for its wall paintings,
Chortens and a large statue of Lord Buddha,
Van Vihar which is a municipal garden is situated in front of the Tibetan market on Mall Road. In the lake
located within the park, tourists can opt for boating. The park is adorned with big deodar trees. Evening

free for strolling on Mall Road and Shopping in local Market. Late evening drive back to hotel. Dinner
and night stay in hotel at Manali. Dinner at hotel. Night Hotel in Manali.

Day 12 Manali – Manikaran - Kasol ( 90 km / 02 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
This morning after Breakfast check out from hotel & drive to Kasol. Manikaran is a pilgrimage centre for
Hindus and Sikhs. The Hindus believe that Manu recreated human life in Manikaran after the flood,
making it a sacred area. It has many temples and a gurudwara. There are temples of the Hindu deities
Rama, Krishna, and Vishnu.Dinner And overnight stay in Camp.

Parvati River : Parvati Valley cascading into River Beas near Kullu. A chance to leave behind the fracas of
life for some time, you can feel the tranquil rumbling of the rocks as the water gushes. Though this place
is not ideal for the adventure activities, the unfathomable serenity of this place makes it a must-visit.

Kasol Nature park :Nature Park is one of the idiosyncratic places to visit in Kasol. Engulfed by a peaceful
atmosphere, the park has access to the mesmerizing Parvati River which flows through the worn-out
rocks, making rumbling sounds.
Kheerganga :Kheer Ganga showcases the panoramic beauty of the lush green hills and clear skies. A holy
place, it lies at the extreme end of the Parvati Valley, transfixing you with the skies that are bluer and
the hills that are greener than usual. A striking opportunity for beginners, the Kheer Ganga trek is
counted as one of the easiest treks of Kasol. You sure don’t want to miss this chance.

Kasol Markets :Kasol has a pretty flea market which is lined with shops that offer a world of things under
the sun- beautiful pendants, semi precious stones, hippie Bob Marley t-shirts, snuggly woolens and little
trinkets, the market has them all.

BhutarTown :Let the adrenaline surge as you drive 30 km from Kasol on the narrow roads connecting to
the Bhuntar Town. A laid back destination located in the Parvati Valley, it is one of the most peaceful
places to visit in Kasol.

Day 13 Kasol – Kheerganga trek ( 10 KM / 3 -4 HRS )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner

Today morning after breakfast going to Kheerganga trek . its will be take 3 – 4 hrs (depending on an
average person’s speed). It is a fairly easy trek – on the difficulty level and can be ideal for a first time
trekker.The trek is mild, especially in the beginning, and crosses throughapple orchards.Nakthan has
developed thanks to the presence of confirmed hikers in the region, and there are quite a few cafes
sprinkled across. You can even stay here on your way back if interested in exploring the hamlet-life. On
the trek you will seeing Malana View Point / waterfall’s / Crossing bridge . Diner & Overnight Stay at

Day 14 Kheerganga - Tirthan Valley 90 km / 03 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
This Mormning After breakfast check out from camp & come down to Kasol. After that lets Drive to
Tirthan Valley . Tirthan Valley derives its name from the Tirthan river, which winds its way through it.
The pristine river originates from the icy cold glacial springs of Hanskund, a snow-capped peak in the
verdant Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP). Arrive at Valley Check in tha Camp / Cottage . Dinner &
Overnight stay at there .

Day 15 Tirthan valley Local Sightseeing

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today morning after breakfast Leave the Day for “THE GREAT HIMALAN NATIONAL PARK TOUR..
Overnight Stay at Hotel .

Sainj Valley Trek : Now, trekking inside Great Himalayan National Park is a privilege. Let us tell you why.
It is one of the most pristine and uniquely rich ecosystem in the world. So much so, it is a UNESCO World
Heritage Site. And because of its unique protected status, not only are the rich flora and fauna of the
park undisturbed, so are the communities living inside it. And the Sainj Valley trek takes you right to the
heart of this!

Chehni Kothi : Chehni Kothi is a secluded and pristine village up in the hills in Jibhi valley. Located at an
altitude of about 2145 meters above sea level, this village is known for its two temple towers. According
to the folklore, the temples are more than 1500 years old. Though there is no written record on that.
Built around 17th century by a local King Dhadhu, the temples are also locally known as Dhadhiya Kothi.

Other Activities in TIRTHAN :Trekking,Rappelling and Rock climbing, Trout fishing, River crossing..etc


Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today after breakfast Visit Local Valley Sightseeing at tirthan Valley like Jalori Pass, Serolsar Lake. Enjoy
your breakfast & then proceed for Jalori Pass which is situated at an altitude of 3134 meters & is one of
the steepest passes to drive in Himachal separating Kullu valley and Shimla Valley. After reaching top of
Jalori Pass, spend your time viewing Lush coniferous forests, emerald meadows strewn with exotic flora,
soaring snowy peaks and pristine glaciers.Later if you have energy left you can proceed for Seolsar Lake
which is around 5 Kms Trek from Jalori Pass. In the evening return back to Tirthan valley Home Stay for
dinner & night stay.

Chhoie Waterfall :Chhoie Waterfall or Sai Ropa Waterfall is one of the breathtaking and charming places
to visit in Tirthan Valley, especially due to its boundless beauty and serenity. You need to traverse
through a trekking trail starting from the village of Gai Dhar, to reach the waterfall.

JaloriPass : Situated at a height of 10,800 feet above sea level, Jalori Pass or Jalori Jot is one of the
stunning places to visit in Tirthan Valley. The Pass is still unexplored and is a perfect destination for
trekkers and adventure lovers. The place is adorned by the huge coniferous trees, wild roses, ferns and
Iris flowers.

Shoja :Shoja (8500 ft asl – 150 kms from Shimla) offers excellent snow peak views and is located just a
few kms short of Jalori Pass. Shoja has many walks, short treks, overnight camping and long trekking
routes originating in and around the area. Shoja has adventure centric stays setup specifically to cater to
Active holidays segment and therefore one of the popular active holiday destination in North India
visited alongwithSangla and/or Thanedar.”

SerolsarLake :Serolsar Lake is one of the major attractive places to visit in Tirthan Valley. The crystal
clear waters of the lake provide a mystical experience to the tourists. It is believed that the waters of the
lake are gifted with medicinal properties.

SharchiVillage : The road for most of the route was in good condition and only around 3-4 kms before
Sharchi the road became a stony road which made progress painfully slow while the landscapes kept
getting better.

Day 17 Tirthan Valley – Sissu Village ( 150 KM / 04 HRS )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today Morning After Breakfast check out from camp & drive to Sissu Village . Arrive at Sissu check in the
hotel & Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 18 Sissu Village – Leh City ( 390 km / 09 Hrs )

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today Morning After Breakfast check out from camp & Drive to Leh . Arrive at Leh check in the hotel &
Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 19 Full day sightseeing around Leh town (80 km 3 – 4 hrs)

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today after a leisure breakfast at 9:00 am. Leave to sightseeing toward Sham valley on Leh to Kashmir
national road. Hall of fame museum, Gurdwara Pather Sahib, Magnetic hill and Sangam – Indus and
Zanskar river confluence. Lunch at Leh in Restaurant and after lunch stroll around the Leh Mall road.
Dinner and overnight at Leh.

Day 20 Leh – Day of Leisure

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 21 Leh to Nubra valley (125 km 4 – 5 hrs)

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner

Today after breakfast at 8:00 am leave for Hunder village of Nubra valley by crossing Kardungla pass
(18380 feet) above sea level. Nubra valley is situated at the northernmost edge of Ladakh between the
Karakoram and Ladakh ranges of the Himalayas. Kardungla pass is one of the highest motorable passes
in the world. Enroute visit 14th century Deskit monastery and recently built 107 feet Maitreya Buddha
Statue located on the top of hill, at their panoramic view of villages of Nubra valley. Then proceed to
Hunder village 5 km from Deskit monastery and you will arrive at Hunder village around 12:30 or 1:30
pm have your lunch in a restaurant and then enjoy a double hump camel ride at Hunder sand dune.
Dinner and overnight at Hunder village in Camp.

Day 22 Nubra valley to Pangong Lake (160 km 6 – 7 hrs).

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today after breakfast at 8:00 am. Leave for Pangong Lake via Shayok valley on the way. If you would like
to visit Tangtse monastery located just on the side of the road, and you will be reaching Pangong Lake in
the afternoon check into camp for lunch. After lunch, enjoy the majestic view of the lake and do some
photography. In the evening, enjoy the sun-setting view of the lake and do some photography. Dinner
and overnight at Pangong Lake.

Day 23 Pangong Lake to Leh (140 km 6 – 7 hrs)

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner
Today early morning doesn’t forget to view the sun rising view of the Lake and if you like, do some
hiking on the bank of the lake and take some photographs and then return to camp for breakfast. After
breakfast at 9:00 am back to Leh via Changla pass (5360 Meter). On the way visit 14th century Thiksey
monastery, the biggest monastery of Ladakh, Rancho school and Sindhu Ghat. Lunch at Thiksey Chamba
Restaurant or Cloud café. You will reach Leh afternoon at 3:00 or 4:00 Pm check into the hotel to relax.
Evening stroll around Leh mall road for shopping. Dinner and overnight at Leh.

Day 24 Leh – Day of Leisure

Meal : Breakfast & Dinner

Day 25 Departure at Leh Airport

Meal : Breakfast Only
Today, after an early morning breakfast, I transfer to Leh Kushok Bakula Airport. Our Driver will drop to
you at Leh Airport for your onward journey.

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