Pristine Shimla


Take a brief look at gorgeous mountains possessing a unique charisma with pious shrines

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Camping, Trekking
  • Activity Level Challenging
All about the Pristine Shimla.

Around 2000 gods and goddesses are worshipped in Himachal and numerous festivals are celebrated in their honor. The colorful tradition has often lent the name of ‘Dev Bhoomi’ translating to ‘Abode of Gods’ to Himachal as it hosts various places of worship for people of varied religions. Welcome to the place of religious asthetics.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodation:Hotel and camp stay
  • Meal plan: Breakfast and Dinner
  • Sightseeing:Local Sightseeing, Tavera and Rohtang Permit
  • Other inclusions:Government tax/VAT/Service charges
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Any monuments entry fees/camera fees
  • Any meal, which is not mentioned above
  • Any guide charges
  • Any air/train fare
  • Any heater charges.
  1. Day 1 Delhi: Delhi - Shimla

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    On arrival at Delhi Airport/ Railway Station, our associate will greet and meet you and transfer to Shimla. During British India, Shimla was the summer capital enclosed by snow-capped mountains. Shimla offers astounding scenic view of the magnificent Himalayas. Upon reaching at Shimla, you will check into the hotel and enjoy dinner & night stay at the hotel.

  2. Day 2 Sarahan: Shimla – Narkanda – Sarahan

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    You will finish breakfast in the early morning and check out from the hotel for Narkanda. Once reached, you will have time for sightseeing and visit tourist attractions like Hatu Temple and Hatu Peak. After the completion of sightseeing, you will drive to Sarahan. Upon arrival, you will check into the hotel for appetizing dinner and good night sleep.

  3. Day 3 Chitkul: Sarahan - Chitkul

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    After morning breakfast, you will sign out from the hotel and proceed for Chitkul village. It’s last Indian village which borders Tibet and China. Upon arrival, you will check into the hotel and head out to visit the mesmerizing Baspa river valley & historical fort at Sangla. In the evening, you will return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.


  4. Day 4 Kalpa: Chitkul - Kalpa

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    After breakfast, you will check out from the hotel and head to visit gorgeous Kinner kailash valley. From there, you will drive to kalpa and enjoy the view of karchham, Reckong Peo on the way. Upon reaching, you will check into the hotel and spend leisure time roaming around the Kalpa market. Later, you will return to the hotel for delicious dinner and night stay.

  5. Day 5 Nako: Kalpa - Nako

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    Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and check out to proceed for next destination, Nako Lake. After reaching at the afternoon, you will check into the hotel and take some rest. At the evening, you will walk along the dazzling Nako Lake and witness beautiful scenic view. Later, you will get back to the hotel for dinner and night stay.

  6. Day 6 Kaza: Nako – kaza

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    After morning breakfast, you will check out from the hotel and visit Tabo Monastery for blessings. Built in 996 AD, the monastery is a complex comprising 23 Chortens, 9 Temples, a monk’s chamber and nun’s chamber. You can also see a modern Gompa and school of painting founded by Dalai Lama.

    Afterwards, you will drive to Kaza (3870m from sea level) and en-route visit Dhankar Gompa (primitive capital of Spiti) and Pin Valley. After reaching at Kaza, you will check into the hotel for dinner and cozy night stay.

  7. Day 7 Kaza: Sightseeing day at Kaza

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    After early morning breakfast, you will advance for local sightseeing day. You will visit Ki Monastery, Kibber Village, Comick Village and witness amazing Kaza. Kibber village (world’s highest village) has a monastery and wildlife sanctuary. You can also see houses made of stones unlike mud or adobe brick.

    Located at the height of 4,166 meters, Ki monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in the Spiti Valley. While at Comick village, you will visit Komic monastery which is the highest motorable monastery (4,587 m) in the world.

    After completing full day tour, you will drive back to the hotel for dinner and night stay.


  8. Day 8 Chandratal: Kaza - Chandratal

    Himachal -Pradesh

    After breakfast in the early morning, you will check out from the hotel and proceed for Chandertal Lake, On the way, you will visit Kunzum Top and enjoy the nature at its best. Upon reaching at the Lake, you will explore the area and view scenic beauty. You will stay at a camp and enjoy bonfire. Later, dinner and night stay will be at the camp.

  9. Day 9 Departure

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    Post breakfast, checkout from the hotel, and drive back to Manali. En-route, you will visit Kunzum Top, Batal, Bada Darra, Chhota Darra, Gramphu & Rohtang Pass. Carry on with your journey home, upon reaching Manali

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Spiti valley nestles in the northeastern part of Himachal Pradesh. It requires almost 6 to 7 days to explore the beauty of this deserted valley.

The climate is cold during the autumn and spring season. During summer the temperature increases so it’s quite hot but, in the evening, the temperature drops and almost cold. Mostly in all seasons, the weather is cold in Spiti valley. So, at least a visitor should bring long sleeves jacket, sweater, and gear equipment for outdoor activities While travelling to Spiti valley.

The Indian citizen does not need permits but the other country citizen need to submit a copy of their valid passport while entering Spiti valley.

Manali to Kaza road is the fastest route to reach Spiti valley.

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