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Hidden Himachal

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8 Nights / 9 Days
Tour Details

The state of Himachal Pradesh popularly known for its Himalayan landscapes, mesmerizing hill stations, ancient forests, rivers and the home to Tibetan Buddhism in the country, is also enriched with a strong and rich heritage which one can find in its culturally diverse valleys. The state not only offers exile to nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts but is also a heaven for those with architectural and historical inclinations. The land of Gods and the fruit basket of the country have abundant stories to tell about its origin, timeline, journey, landscape, history and culture.

 

Package: Deluxe
Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days
Destinations Covered: Shimla – Narkanda – Kalpa – Tabo – Kaza – Sangla
Package from: Shimla
Travel Date:  24th – 31st Dec, 2022

Departure & Return Location

Chandigarh

Price Includes

  • Accommodation for 8 Nights
  • All Transport from Chandigarh to Chandigarh
  • Meals – 8 Breakfast and 8 Dinners
  • Gala dinner on Christmas and New Year.
  • All tolls, Permits, parking and fuel
  • Driver allowances and stay.
  • Coordination and Management fees

Price Excludes

  • Any Air/ Train / bus fare which has not been mentioned
  • Paragliding charges at Bir
  • Any Personal Expense
  • Any other things not mentioned under "Inclusions"
Itinerary

Day 1SHIMLA |110 Kms|04-06hrs| 2760mts |

Old timers say that once Shimla gets in your blood, it never leaves. It calls you back time after time and at every
moment, the town is capable of showing fresh nuance to its rich and varied character. As the former ‘Summer
Capital’ of British India, Shimla has a rare range of built heritage and surrounded by thick forest of Deodar,
Himalayan Oak and Flowering Rhododendron.
Shimla is walker’s paradise. To know Shimla best you need to explore its heritage walks. Heritage Walks, Nature
Walks, Architecture Walks and Shopping Mall.
Shopping is memorable here. Old mall road local tweeds, Shawls, Horticulture produce like Jams and Squashes,
Silver Jewelry, Himachali distinctive cap and Wooden and metal craft.
– Experience reaching the summer capital of British Raj by the Toy train.
– Stay on the Mall road
– Take the Heritage walk.
– Visit to Christ Church for Christmas mass
– Christmas Eve part on The Ridge

Day 2NARKANDA |75 kms|04-06hrs|1600mts|

Narkanda (2760mts) in Shimla hills, full with apple estates is just 70 kms from Shimla and is still unexplored.
The clouds run through the pine trees and let the apple orchards be. Its virginity intrigued us and hence we have
introduced a Glamping experience amidst apple orchards exclusively for you!
– A beautiful drive on the hills up to Narkanda
– Reach by afternoon and Check in at Wild Himalaya Glamping Camp
– Visit to St Mary’s church at Kotgarh
– Stop at Tannijubbar Lake and Eco park on the way back
– Enjoy the vibe with good Music bonfire and food in the evening.

Day 3JIBHI |94 kms|04-06hrs|1600mts|

Some beautiful places are not much known Jibhi is one of them. Jibhi a small village surrounded with
the thick pine and cedar forest lies in Tirthan valley on the river bank of Tirthan River. We will cross
the very famous Jalori Pass (10,236ft) on our way to Jibhi village.
– Start the road trip moving towards Jibhi.
– Drive towards Sutlej River and will take an ascent after crossing the river towards Jalori
pass the gateway to Tirthan valley and Jibhi village.
– Will stop on Jalori top; enjoy the breathtaking view of snow covered peaks and trees all
around you are always there to give you the dose of freshness.
– Reaching the small town will give you the feel of warmth after crossing the pass.
– Check in or explore the place around

Day 4GRAHAN | 82 kms | 04-06 hrs. | 2346 mts |

It is located to the north of hippie town Kasol. The small village welcomes you with open arms of beauty. The
village has some beautiful temples with significant architecture and the houses over here are more then 200 years
old. Grahan is 3-4 hours trek from Kasol. The entire route from Kasol to Grahan is filled with beautiful views.
The wooden houses, lush greenery, view of snow-capped mountains and fresh mountain air, Grahan is a very
simple but beautiful heartwarming village.
– Will leave for another beautiful destination.
– Drive in Tirthan valley along with Tirthan River.
– Enter Beas and Parvati Valley.
– Lunch at Kasol
– Trek to Grahan village.
– Reach Grahan by evening and check in to the cozy Home stay.

Day 5GRAHAN

Explore the village with the locals and see the living style, the most interesting thing about the people of the
village is that they have kept alive their old age traditions, customs and cultural values till date. One could
spend his entire day sitting and looking at the mountains.
– Start off the day with healthy breakfast and give an explore in the village
– Walk around, talk to locals sit in the café’s and take a village walk.
– Learn to weave with local people.
– Evening to leisure with music and Bonfire

Day 6MANALI | 75 kms | 03 hrs. | 2050 mts |

Manali is a resort town nestled in the mountains near the northern end of the Kullu Valley in the
Beas River Valley. Manali is located among the green fields, forest & apple orchards, it has grown
into the big tourist centre of the world fame with in a very short time. It is such a wonderful central
point that thousand of adventure lovers can spread to all directions from Manali.
While in Manali one can see the old temple of Hadimba Devi of Mahabharata times, Manu
temple of the sage Manu and the Sage Vashisht temple with hot spring.
– Manali – A place waiting for you with lot of happening things.
– Drive along with Parvati and Beas River to reach Manali.
– Check in close to the mall road.
– Visit to Hadimba Temple and Old Manali.
– Take a walk on the mall road in the evening and shop the best Souvenirs

Day 7 BIR | 160 kms | 04-06 hrs. | 1525 mts |

Bir is a rural village located in the west in the state of Himachal popular as the Paragliding Capital of
India, Bir in Himachal attracts adventure-seekers from across the country and globe. It is also the
location of Bir Tibetan Colony founded in the early 1960’s as a settlement for Tibetan refugees after
the 1959 Tibetan Uprising. Bir Billing is now the spot for adventure lover who likes to fly and jump.
– Descent back via the same road and start the journey to the Paragliding paradise Bir
Billing.
– River rafting can be done on the way back near Kulu.
– A perfect place to end up the day is Bir.
– Check out the cafes out here, take a walk around, paragliding and visit to the Monastery.
– Evenings will be lit up with bonfire and storytelling.

Day 8BIR BILLING |1525 mts|

Bir Billing is Paragliding Destination in the heart of Kangra Valley. It is also called Paragliding
Capital of India. Bir is amazing place for you if you wish to rejuvenate your body and soul.
‘Sobha Singh Art Gallery’ in Andretta is must visit place near to Bir. Most of the paintings here are
influenced by Kangra School of Art and done in Western Classical techniques of oil paintings. Andretta is
also famous for its pottery work and workshops. Kangra Valley is full of culture and heritage. Baijnath
temple is one of the most historical places in the valley. Clear view of snow-capped Dhauladhar ranges from
the temple complex.
– Fly high on the last day of the year. It is worth to do Paragliding from Billing top.
– After Paragliding have a Lunch at Bir.
– Visit to Baijnath Temple.
– Visit to ‘Sobha Singh Art Gallery”
– Attend pottery workshop at Andretta.
– Bir Market is the best place to pick up souvenirs and woolen clothes.
– Celebrate The end of this year with the good vibes at Bir

Day 9DROP TO THE AIRPORT

Time to celebrate the happy moments on the way back and say a never say goodbye to
these mountains.
– Check out post breakfast
– End this year in the mountains by celebrating this Epic journey.

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