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Day 01: CHANDIGARH TO SHIMLA (125 km/5 hrs)
Move from Chandigarh to Shimla, a drive of around 5 hrs. In the evening enjoy local sight seeing of Shimla, Mall road, church,lakkar bazaar, Army museum. Overnight at Shimla.
Day 02: SHIMLA TO SARAHAN (174 km/6 hrs)
After breakfast, we start our tour for Sarahan. On the way visit Kufri, Fagu and Narkanda, all popular for their grand excellence. Sarah is encompassed by apple plantations. From Sarahan, you can observe the Shrikhand Mahadev Peak (5155 ms). Overnight at Sarahan.
Day 03: SARAHAN TO SANGLA AND CHITKUL (105 km 4hrs)
Early morning, visit the blessed sanctuary of Goddess Bhimakali. This sanctuary is an awesome blend of Buddhist and Hindu engineering. It is consecrated to both the networks. Afterward, drive to Sangla, the most lovely valley of Himachal Pradesh. Sangla Valley is encompassed by green fields and high mountain tops. Overnight at Kinner Camps, Sangla.
Day 04: SANGLA TO KALPA (40km 2 hrs)
After breakfast, visit the Kalpa’s apple orchards on the Sutlej river valley, at the Reckong Peo in the Kinnaur district. Next move to Kamru Fort and Kamakhya Devi sanctuary. Continue on a trip to Chitkul town. Chitkul is a pixie land. The customary houses, sanctuaries, Gompas and the individuals of Baspa valley invoke the ideal picture of Shangri La. Next, visit Batseri and the Badri Narayan sanctuary. You can continue for a stroll on the ice sheet, after which you come back to Kinner Camps. Overnight remain at the camp.
Day 05: KALPA TO NAKO (100 km/5 hrs)
A separation of 184Kms and 6-hour drive, Nako has a delightful lake that freezes in the winter and residents play ice hockey during this period. Here, you can visit the sanctuary of Padmasambhava, the second manifestation of Lord Buddha, who made Buddhism well known in the trans-Himalayas. Additionally, visit the 1000yr old Nako religious community. Overnight at Kinner Camp, Nako, which is arranged near the town.
Day 06: NAKO TO KAZA (106 km/4 hrs)
Post breakfast, we start our excursion by seeing the Ajanta of Himalayas – the Tabo Monastery. Tabo has the most established surrenders on desolate mountains and excellent thangka artistic creations, one of the most valuable works of art of Buddhism. In transit, visit Gui town which has an 800-year-old mummy of a reflecting lama in a sitting stance. This makes for an enchanting excursion. Kaza is the capital of Spiti, it’s a likewise decent spot to sort out treks and visit, and for outsiders traveling south to secure the necessary inward line grant for the into Kinnaur. The town’s bazaar and main cafes are in old Kaza east side of dry area Nullah stream, across which new Kaza has a large portion of the bureaucratic offices. Overnight at Kaza.
Day 07: KAZA TO CHANDRATAAL (100 km/8 hrs)
The total distance between Kaza and Chandratal is around 100 kilometers. You move up to Kunzum Pass which is around 75 kilometers from Kaza. At that point you travel down 10 kilometers towards Batal; and around 3 kilometers before Batal, you take the 14 kilometers in length limited street to Chandratal.
DAY 08: CHANDRATAL TO MANALI (140 km/8 hrs)
It is 144 km, and it can without much of a stretch take around 7-8 hours from Manali to Chandratal Lake by means of Rohtang Pass and Batal. It’s smarter to leave promptly in the first part of the day and ensure you reach Chandratal on schedule.
DAY 10: MANALI TO CHANDIGARH (315 km/9-10 hrs)
Today, we go separate ways after a long and extraordinary excursion. After breakfast, checkout from the hotel and withdraw for Chandigarh. Lunch will be in transit. Show up at Chandigarh.