Mountains of India play a key role in forming the ecosystem of the country. The magical Mountains of India , denoted as the abodes of the gods are famous with tourists due to the fresh air, religious significance, and thrilling adventure sports opportunities.
|Duration:||5 Nights/ 6 Days|
|Cities:||Delhi - Rock Garden - Manali - Solang Nallah - Dhundi - Beaskund - Kullu Aut - Soja - Legendary Lake - UNA - Rampur - Sarhan - Shimla - Delhi|
Arrive Delhi, meet and greet at the airport and transfer to the hotel. After lunch a guided tour to Delhi.
Delhi, capital of India and also the erstwhile seat of several empires in India, offers several ancient monuments and archaeological sites. Here, you have lots of options to visit like Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Humayun Tomb, Qutub Minar etc.. Overnight stay at hotel.
Early morning after breakfast drive to Chandigarh. Arrive Chandigarh check-into the hotel.After lunch, visit Rock garden, Capital complex, Rose garden, International Dolls museum and other sightseeing spots. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast drive to Manali. Manali packed lunch will be served to you. Arrive Manali , check-into the hotel. Day free at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Visit most famous and beautiful places of Manali.
Manali has emerged out as a premiere hill station in India. There are high snow capped mountains, deep boulder strewn gorges, wild flowers fields, small picturesque hamlets and fruit laden orchards. There are thick forests full of cool breezes and bird songs. Places of interest in Manali are Hadimba temple, Manu and Vashisht Rishi temple, Monasteries, Jagatsukh, Solang valley etc. Overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast adventurous trekking tour to Solang Nallah (5 kms).
Solang, at the altitude of 8500 ft, 10 kms ahead of Manali, offers delightful experience to its visitors. Solang is known for its ski slopes in winter and breath taking views in summer. At the head of the Solang Nallah is the Beas Kund plain. This place was the home for various species of Himalayan wildlife. This is one of the best slopes which is safe and secure for both tourist and skiers. The trail passes through silver birch forests.
Dinner and overnight in the camp.
Get up early in the morning and ready yourself for trekking to Dhundi (4 kms). This place is really a nice trekking place for trekkers. This is last village in Solang Valley. Population of Dhundi is roughly of 10 huts. Dinner and night stay in the camp.
After breakfast start trekking to Beaskund (3-4 hrs.), the source of River Beas. Beas Kund trek is one of the most popular and beautiful treks in Kullu Valley. This trek (6 km) is steep.
Delicious and nutritious food will be prepared in the camps. Overnight stay in camps.
After breakfast trekking in Beaskund. Beaskund is a small holy lake with a small meadow besides it. At a short distance from Beaskund, you can see Kullu valley and Hanuman Tibba (5932 mt.). We will provide all equipments for the trek. Return to Beas Kund for overnight stay.
Heading to Manali without any break or stop. So get ready, take breakfast and trek back from Beaskund to Dhundi and then to Solang Nallah. Lunch served after reaching Solang Nallah. Now, this is the time to reach Manali via road. After reaching Manali, You will be escorted to your hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.
After breakfast drive to Kullu for river rafting. Rafting is an extreme and never-ending thrill in the untamed rivers. River Beas, in Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh, is a haven for extreme kayakers and beginner rafters alike. It is really a lifetime experience to raft in river Beas. A 20 kms. approx. stretch of River Beas downstream from Kullu to Aut provides an excellent opportunity for the river rafting in India, rafters enjoy this sport and face the challenging and continuous rapids. Expert river guides are provided to ensure your safety with a life-jacket and crash helmet to put on all the time while on this silvery river. A trained professional river guides heads the rafting team.
All camping equipment and meals will be provided during rafting.
Overnight at river beach camp.
Breakfast at camp, another adventure is mountain cycling. Start your cycling tour and proceed to Soja. Soja is a beautiful place of the area and cycling on this route will definitely be a memorable experience for you.
Arrive Soja, take dinner and lunch and overnight stay in camp.
Early morning , after breakfast start your further journey. Start biking over the Jalori Pass (10,500 ft). En route visit to the legendary Sereolsar lake. This lake is at the distance of 10 kms from Jalori Pass in the south-east direction. Local people say that no one can cross this river and remain alive.
Afternoon arrival to Jalori Pass and camp near the rest house. Take meal and rest for remaining day and whole night.
Morning after breakfast, start biking to Una. Una is a Hindustan Tibel-road head. Arrive and camp near the town overnight.
Early morning after breakfast in the camp, start your biking tour to Rampur, which was once the capital of Himalayan Kingdom of Rampur Busher. This trek winds its way through single track. Rampur is one of the Himachal’s most important market towns. Visit Padam palace after reaching Rampur.
After reaching, dinner and overnight stay in camp.
Start the cycling tour from Sarhan to Sangla which takes 4 days to finish. During this tour, you will see the beautiful and scenic views of valleys and other places.
Mystifying India Tours is with you to provide all types of tour related services like breakfast, delicious lunch and dinner, best camping arrangements to make you comfortable during tour.
After breakfast in the morning drive to Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh from Sarhan (176 km / 2498m ). Shimla is one of the major and most visited hill stations of India. Here, you can visit lots of famous temples and tourist spots.
Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
Morning drive to Delhi after having breakfast. Stop for lunch in Chandigarh. Late in the evening, arrive in Delhi check-into the hotel.
After breakfast transfer to the international airport to board international flight for onward destination.
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