Sangla Kanpur Tour

Package Duration 10 Days / 9 Nights
Pacakge Validity N.A.
Destination Covered Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla - Narkanda - Sarahan - Sangla - Kalpa - Manali
Package Cost On Request

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Tour Itinerary :

Day 1: Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla

Arrive in Delhi pick up from rail station to Shimla. Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 2: Shimla

Afternoon half day city tour visiting Indian Institute Of Advanced Studies, Sankat Mochan Temple and Jakhu Temple, Evening free to stroll in the famous shopping place of Shimla town - The Mall & The Ridge. Dinner and Overnight at hotel.

Day 3: Shimla - Thanedar - Sarahan

Morning after break proceed for Sarahan on the old Hindustan-Tibet road lays Kotgarh, which enjoys a special place in Himachal history. In 1916 Samuel Stokes, a social worker from Philadelphia brought the first apple saplings to Kotgarh, the place he adopted as his home. One can still see the 'Starking Delicious' apple orchard that he planted there. After lunch drive to Sarahan famous for the Himalayan views it offers and the Bhimakali temple. Overnight stay in hotel. The Gods were generous when they gave Sarahan its settings. Located halfway up a high mountain side, the road to Sarahan winds past flowering pine trees that give way to stately oaks. The fields and orchards that surround the small villages with their slate roofed houses, compose pictures of pastoral perfection. Above Sarahan, a many Deodar trees rides the slopes and higher still, encircling the Bashal peak, are trees of smooth birch and variety of wild flowers and rare medicinal herbs.

Day 4: Sarahan - Sangla (2744 mts) - 92 kms

For six months every year, the Himalayan valleys of Kinnaur and Spiti emerge from a thick cloak of snow to reveal a different, secret world to man. Your discovery of the lesser - known Himalayas can begins in the Sangla Valley. Overnight stay in tent.

Day 5: Sangla - Chitkul - Kalpa (2670 mts)

The day is for relaxation and explores the area. One can walk to Rakcham village (the signature walk of the valley) sight seeing to Chitkul; the last border village (20 kms one way) and evening drive to kalpa.Kalpa was known as Chini back in the days when it was the regional capital; Kalpa has changed little in the last 500 years. It is said that as and when Lord Dalhousie wanted to take a break from his hectic schedule in Shimla, he would come here on his horseback.