Classical jeep safari to one of the remotest regions of Himachal Pradesh, viz Kinnaur & Spiti valley. It involves visiting remote valleys, villages and crossing over high mountain passes providing spectacular views of picturesque snow capped peaks, rugged terrain and old monasteries. It starts with a visit to the little Lahasa – Mc Leodganj, which is also the seat of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Before you venture into the journey of exploring the beauty and tranquility of Kinnaur & Spiti valleys, take a small break in Manali, which has an alpine feel. The tour ends in Shimla which was once the capital of India during the British era.\''
Highest Altitude gained: Kunzam Pass 4558m
Operational period: 15th June to 30th September
Day 01: Arrive Chandigarh/ Dharamsala (255 kms/ 8 hrs)
Day 02: In Dharamsala – visit Norbulingka & Kangra Museum, Dalai Lama, Bhagsunag & St John’s church.
Day 03: Dharamsala/ Manali enroute visiting Palampur town (240 kms/ 8 hrs)
Day 04: In Manali - visit Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht & Naggar.
Day 05: Manali/ Kaza over Rohtang Pass 3980 m & Kunzam Pass (200 kms/ 10 hrs)
Day 06: In Kaza - visit Ki monastery, small gompa at Kibber 4205 m (21km)
Day 07: Kaza/ Pin Valley/ Gungri monastery/ Lalung/ Dhankar/ Tabo
Day 08: Tabo/ Nako (69 kms/ 3 hrs)
Day 09: Nako/ Kalpa (125 kms/ 6 hrs)
Day 10: Kalpa/ Sangla (51 kms/ 2 hrs)
Day 11: In Sangla - visit the village of Chitkul
Day 12: Sangla/ Sarahan (92 kms/ 4 hrs)
Day 13: Sarahan/ Shimla (184 kms/ 6 hrs)
Day 14: In Shimla - visit Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, British Viceroy & Jakho temple
Day 15: Depart Shimla/ Kalka (90 kms/ 3 hrs)/ train to Delhi