‘The Hidden Gems of Himachal Pradesh’ is a well-designed itinerary which we have included some of the great offbeat destinations of Himachal Pradesh. With gorgeous river valleys and spectacular peaks, Himachal Pradesh is known as the most beautiful sates which are the home to several hill stations and one of the most popular state tourist destinations of India. The mountainous state is covering the area of about 55,673 square kilometers, the state is situated on the foothill of the western Himalayas. The duration of the tour is 10 nights 11 day-long journey, starting from Delhi, destination including Sangla, Tabo, Chail, Kaza, and Manali.


Day 01: Delhi (Arrival)
Arrive at Delhi you meet and greet by our representative, proceed to the hotel, check-in at the hotel. The rest day is free at leisure. Overnight in Delhi.

Day 02: Delhi – Chail
After early morning breakfast, proceed to Chail by road. Chail is known as one of the major hill stations in Himachal Pradesh, spread over three hills – Pandhawa, Rajgahrh and Siddh Tibba. Chail was built by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala after the British banned him from Shimla. It is located at a height of 2,250 meters above sea level. On arrival check in to the Camp. Overnight in Chail.

Day 03: Chail – Sangla
After breakfast, proceed to visit some major attractions of Chail including Chail Palace, Chail Cricket Ground, Chail, and Chail Sanctuary. After sightseeing transfer to Sangla. The spectacular hamlet of Sangla with the Kinner Kailash peak looming over the horizon offers a rendezvous with nature. On arrival, check into the Camp. Overnight stay in Sangla.
Day 04: Sangla – Chitkul – Sangla
After breakfast, proceed to the excursion to Chitkul, which is located 20 kilometers away from the camp. Chitkul, on the right bank of Baspa river, gives you the feeling of having traveled to the very end of civilization, known as a last village on the ancient Indo-Tibetan trade route. En route, have packed lunch. The evening is free at leisure. Overnight stay at Sangla.

Day 05: Sangla
Post breakfast, trek upwards to the Sangla meadows to explore the Kinner Kailash range and stroll around the glacier point. You can also enjoy adventure sports activities like Para-gliding and angling followed by a bonfire in the evening. Overnight stay in Sangla.

Day 06: Sangla – Tabo
Today, in the morning after breakfast, drive towards Tabo. Tabo is located just 40 kilometers from the border with Tibet. While proceeding Tabo, en route visit Nako. Nako Lake is a famous lake in this area. Nako Monastery as well as several other Buddhist temples. Upon arrival check in to the Camp. Stay overnight in Tabo.

Day 07: Tabo
After breakfast proceeds to Tabo monastery, which is about 1006 years old. Post lunch, visit the Pin Valley. Later, return back to Tabo.Overnight at Camp.

Day 07: Tabo – Kaza
Post breakfast, proceed to Ki Monastery and Get- one of the world’s highest motorable villages, The landscape visible from the gates of Ki Monastery is stunning, blue skies, stark brown and snowcapped mountains, the Spiti river and green landscapes, Ki is the largest and height monastery in Spiti.  Just enjoy the true essence of the culture and the tradition of the town. Later, drive towards Kaza. It is the district headquarter of Spiti. Upon arrival, check-in at the Banjara Retreat resort. Overnight stay in Kaza.

Day 08: Kaza – Manali
In the morning after breakfast, start to drive to Kunzum and Rohtang Pass to reach Manali. Located at an altitude of 2,050 meters in the Beas River Valley, near the northern end of the Kullu Valley, Manali is one of the most popular hill stations in India and is known for its snow-clad mountains and impenetrable pinewood forest. On arrival check into your hotel and evening is at leisure. Overnight in Manali.

Day 09: Manali
Post breakfast proceeds for the half-day sightseeing tour in Manali which includes visits to Manu Temple, Hidimba Temple, Tibetan monasteries and Nehru Kund. Overnight stay in Manali.

Day 10: Manali – Chandigarh
After early morning breakfast, proceed to Chandigarh by road. On arrival in Chandigarh, check into the hotel. If time permits visit Sukhna Lake and overnight stay at the hotel. Overnight stay in Chandigarh.

Day 11: Chandigarh – Delhi
After breakfast transfer to Delhi by road. Upon arrival in Delhi, get transferred to the international airport/railway station


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