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Festivals of himachal pradesh in Manali

Duration of travel : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destinations : – Manali

DAY 01: Arrival in Delhi

Transfer to Hotel and night at in hotel.

DAY 02: Delhi – Shimla (1900 m): By Road

Morning leave for Shimla by road, , “the queen of the hills,” and the capital of Himachal Pradesh. We start our journey through ancient Grand trunk road, and we will arrive in shimla by evening. – night at Shimla

DAY 03: Visit Shimla

After breakfast visit of shimla city with its mall road, and afternoon, visit of Hanuman temple. Evening visit of the mall road again, night at hotel

DAY 04: Shimla to Sarahan (1920 m): Drive: 190 km

After breakfast, road to Sarahan via Kufri, Narkandha and descend to the Rampur. After lunch, we Continue towards Sarahan, the summer capital of the Rampur. Visit of 1500- year – old temple of Bhimakali. Evening visit of village of Sarahan, night in village guest house.

DAY 05: Sarahan to Sangla (3450 m), via Chitkul: Drive: 140 km

Road to Kinnaur, Sangla. Sangla Valley, also known as the Baspa Valley, and is most charming places of Himachal. On the way, visit the villages of Chitkul and Rackchham. Arrive in Sangla by late afternoon, and visit of Kamru Fort and visit of the village. Night in guesthouse.

PS : Please see that this is the place where Festival of Fulaich

DAY 06: Sangla to Recongpeo (2290 m): Drive: 38 km

Recongpeo – a small town in foothills of himachal pradesh, which is district headquarters of Kinnaur, visit of Buddhist Monastery in town with exceptional views of the grand Kinner Kailash which is regarded as one of the mythological abodes of Lord Shiva, by evening return and night at guesthouse.

DAY 07: Recongpeo to Tabo (3050 m), via Nako: Drive: 167 km (7 hrs)

After breakfast, drive towards to the Spiti valley via Khab , this is union of Satluj river with Spiti river. Village of Nako, offers a wonderful view of the monastic complex belonging to the Drugpa Tribes. After driving through several villages, we reach Tabo monastery also known as the Ajanta of Himalayas.

DAY 08: Tabo to Kaza (3600 m), via Dhankar, Lalung, Pin Valley: Drive: 58 km

After breakfast, we visit Dhankar village, the ancient capital of the Spiti Kings, Here the Monastery is located high on the barren rocky mountain slopes. By afternoon, we will be reaching Pin Valley known for its natinal park which is famous for snow leopards and ibex). Overnight in Kaza

DAY 09: Kaza (3600m-46km) visit Key and Kibber (4200mtrs)

After breakfast, Road towards famous Kye gompa which is associated with the Gelugpa sect of Tibeten Buddhism, and afternoon visit of Kibber (4200 m) , which is one of the highest permanent inhabited villages in the world, Situated at the elevation of 4200mtrs Evening return to Kaza and night in guest house

DAY 10: Exploring “Hidden” Spiti (4500mtrs)

After breakfast, visit the village of Langza, and visit of the highest monastery in the world and after lunch walk to collect the fossil, and by evening back to Kaza for overnight stay.

DAY11: Kaza to manali(2000mtrs) 196km

After breakfast, drive through several villages of the Spiti valley, and last village of the valley is Lossar after lunch, short uphill drive till Kunzum pass (4700 mtrs) which offer extensive view of the
snow caped mountains and by crossing Chandra valley over Rohtang pass (4050 mtrs) – which is gateway between Lahoul/Spiti, we arrive in manali. – and visit of mall road

DAY 12: Explore manali

After breakfast, Excursion to Naggar to visit the castle, a Shiva temple, and the well known Roherich Art Gallery. – Night in Manali

DAY 13: Manali to Delhi, 570kms, 14hours.

After breakfast, Visit of Manali village and Manu temple, The Hadimba Devi temple which is famous in mythology related to Epic of Mahabharat., afternoon free visit of Mall road, and departure at Bus stand for journey towards Delhi.