DAY 1:- Arrival Simla (1900m).
Arrival Shimla, Transfer to hotel. Shimla is the capital of the Himachal Pradesh and one of the most famous hill stations for the vacation round the year...
Visit Shimla: the Jhaku hill to visit the Hanuman temple (the monkey God, museum and Advance Study hall, O/N at hotel.
DAY 2:- Simla to Sarahan (1920m) 190 km.
After breakfast, drive via Kufri, Narkandha and descend to Rampur, Continue to Sarahan the summer capital of the Rampur Busheher. Visit 1500 years’ old temple and one gets a magnificent view of the Shir Khand peaks, O/N at hotel.
DAY 3:- Sarahan to Sangla – (3450m) 140 kms.
The gate way to Kinnaur, Leave for Sangla, also called Baspa Valley, the most beautiful valley of Kinnaur dominated by Kamru fort, visit the fort and village, O/N in camp.
DAY 4:- Sangla to Tabo(3050m) by Recongpeo(2290m) 198 kms.
Leave to Recongpeo(2290m) 38 kms the dist. headquarter of Kinnaur. Visit some monasteries in town; the majesty of the Kinner Kailash Mountain is in direct vision: this is regarded as one of the mythical abodes of Lord Shiva. After that Recongpeo to Tabo(3050m) As entering in restricted area there for inner line permit and passport will be checked at check post at Jhangi .. Drive towards Spiti via Khab where the Sutlej joins in to the Spiti River. After crossing check posts at Chango and Sumdo, driving through several villages and reach Tabo, Monastery has been founded in 996 A.D. often called the Ajanta of Himalayas. In Trans Himalayas Buddhism, Tabo sanctity is next only to Tibet’s Tholing gompa, O/N in Guest house.
DAY 5:- Tabo to Kaza via Pin valley (3700 m.) & Dhankar gompa,
Dhankar the ancient capital of Spiti king, the most incredibly situated gompa, perched high on the barren rocky mountain slopes....Kaza is sub divisional headquarter. Explore the tiny town and its monastery, O/N in Kaza.
DAY 6:- Visit Kye and Kibber. (4200mtrs) back to Kaza.
Visit the famous. Kye gompa perched high on a pyramid like mountain belongs to the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
Kibber one of the highest permanent inhabited village in the world, situated at the elevation of 4200 m located in a semi bowl-shaped narrow valley, evening return to the camp near Kaza.
DAY 7:- Kaza to Manali - 190 km. 2000 Mtrs
Drive to Lossar through the several villages of the Spiti valley, last village of the valley, a gompa and village can be visited. Lossar is the last village of the Spiti valley, Short uphill drive to Kunzum pass (4700 m.) which offer extensive view of the C.B. Shigri range. There is a small temple dedicated to the Goddess Kunzum Devi at the top of the pass with the prayer flags fluttering high over it, Drive through Chandra valley over Rohtang pass (4050 m.) the gateway between Lahoul/Spiti and Kullu “valley of the God” Descending by the snake-curved road through the pasture of wild flowers and forest of silver Oak, Fir, Popular and waterfalls will accompany till Manali, O/N at hotel in Old Manali.
DAY 8:- Explore Manali & Naggar:-
Sight-seeing in Manali (Hadimba Temple, Old Manali Manu Rishi Temple, Shiva Temple, Vashisht, and Tibetan Monastery) main attraction in town. (In Naggar)Visit ancient Hindu Temples (Tripura Sundri and Jagati Patt), Nagar Castle and Roerich Art Gallery, Stroll in Typical village back to hotel.
DAY 9:- Manali to Delhi, 570 kms, 16 hours.
Today free to visit on your own evening transfer to bus stand for onward destination.