Tribal Himachal Tours

Shimla, Kullu & Manali, Kufri, etc are names a few that have a charisma of their own and always draw the attention of tourists. But the beautiful state has something more to keep you enticed and spell bound. With an aim to make your tour to this state full of wonders, we have planned tribal Himachal tours that will go well your budget and fulfill your requirement for the best and memorable holidays. Tribal Himachal tours are planned for you in a way that can help you to enjoy tour. Our day to day tour itinerary will also help you making your tours memorable and full of wonders. Tribal Himachal tours are sure the right option for you for memorable holidays.

Tour Duration : (10 Nights / 11 Days)

Day 01 : Arrive Delhi / SHIMLA (320 km / 8 hrs)
On arrival at Delhi Airport / Railway Station meet and drive to Shimla en route visit to Pinjore Garden. The garden is in the village of Pinjore lie 22 km from Chandigarh on the Ambala-Shimla road. The Gardens were designed by the Nawab Fidal Khan. He was an architect and foster brother to Aurangzeb upon arrival Check-in at your Hotel for night stay.

Day 02 : Shimla – Sarahan (165 km)
After breakfast, drive from Shimla to Sarahan via Kufri, Fagu, Narkanda, Rampur. Take Lunch en-route in Rampur. Arrive Sarahan & check-in to your Hotel. Sarahan commands a view of Srikhan Mahadev Peak & is famous for 800 years old Bhimkali Temple, one of the best examples of Hill Architecture. Enjoy panoramic view of Shrikhand Peaks in evening. After getting fresh visit to Bhimkali Temple – One of the 51 Shakti Peeth. Attain evening Aarti Ceremony. Overnight stay Sarahan.

Day 03 : Sarahan – Sangla (90 km.)
Participate in Morning Aarti at Bhimkali Temple. After B/F, checkout from the Hotel & departs for Sangla – via Karcham. Your journey from here will take you to another spectacular destination in the middle Himalayas which is also known as Baspa valley – the prettiest valley in Himachal, Arrive Sangla & Check-in to your Hotel. Post Lunch rest in the hotel. Dinner & O/N stay.

Day 04 : Sangla – Kalpa (49 km.)
After breakfast, check-out from the Hotel & drive to Kalpa – District Headquarter of Kinnar & once a favorite haunt of Lord Dalhousie, Arrive Kalpa & Check-in to Hotel. 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 & when Lord Dalhousie wanted to take a break from his hectic schedule in Shimla, he would come here on his Horseback. Each & every corner of Kalpa facing Jorkanden & the Kinner Kailash Peaks, considered as one of the mythical homes of Lord Shiva & by its side is a 79 foot rock formation that resembles a Shivlinga that changes the color as the day passes & is visible to the naked eye on a clear day. Post Lunch rest in Hotel & in evening visit to Buddhist Gompa – Hu Bu Lan Kar. Overnight stay hotel.

Day 05 : Kalpa – Nako (117 km.)
After breakfast check-out from Kalpa Hotel & drive to Nako. En-route visit Nako Lake – Kinnaur’s most picturesque hamlets. Nako is slated to be declared a heritage village built around a small lake & has an important Buddhist Gompa & a small Temple. A footprint like impression on a rock is ascribed to the saint Guru Padmasambhava. Overnight stay Nako.

Day 06 : Nako – Kaza (104 kms)
After early breakfast, participate in the morning prayers. Tabo Monastery constructed in 996 AD; – not just in Spiti but in the whole of the Tibetan Buddhist world is called Chogs – Khor [‘Doctrinal Circle’ or ‘Doctrinal Enclave’]. It is a complex that holds 9 Temples, 23 Chortens, a Monk’s Chamber & an extension that houses the Nun’s Chamber. On the sheer cliff-face above the enclave are a series of Caves, used as dwellings by the Monks & includes an Assembly Hall. The monastery contains large number of Scriptures & Pieces of Art, Wall Painting & Stucco. There is also a modern Gompa & Painting School founded by the Dalai Lama. Check-out from Tabo after Lunch.

En-route visits Dhankar Gompa, the traditional Capital of Spiti, sits pretty on a hilltop. The hill-top Fort that overlooks the Spiti Valley also used to serve a Jail in old days. Today, more than 160 Lamas reside here. A Statue of Dhyan Buddha where four complete figures of Buddha sit back to back is the main attraction of this more than 7TH Century old Monastery.

Continue drive to Kaza – the Capital of Spiti Valley. Arrive Kaza & check-in to your Hotel. Overnight stay Hotel.

Day 07 : Kaza – Kumzum la pass – Keylong (188 km)
After early breakfast by 07 AM; excursion trip to Ki Monastery. Situated at the foot of steep ridges & on the left bank of river Spiti is the Ki Monastery which is the Biggest Gelupa Sect Monastery in Spiti. It’s hilltop position points to a post 13TH Century construction. The three stories structure consists largely of storage rooms at the bottom level while the middle floor houses the Dukhang – the Assembly Hall & the uppermost floor has another Temple & Head Lama’s Quarters on the one side of an Open Terrace. The greatest wealth of Ki Gompa lies in its collection of ‘Thangkas’ salvaged with difficulty from the devastating raids of the Dogars & the fSikhs in the 19TH Century. Hundreds of Lamas receive their Religious Training in this Monastery & is famous for its ancient Murals & Books. Check-out from the Hotel & drive to Keylong via Kunzumla Pass which is 4590 M. highest pass on Spiti Lahaul Road. Rudyard Kipling said of the region “Surely the God live here this no place for Men”. Most of the Government Offices are located at Keylong. This is also the hub-centre of all commercial activity with a regular bazaar. Arrive Keylong & check-in to your Hotel. Overnight stay Hotel.

Day 08 : Keylong – Manali (115 km)
After early breakfast visit to Kardang, Shasur, Guru Ghantal, after early Lunch Check-out from the Hotel & departs for Manali. En route Rohtang pass, arrive Manali & Check-in to your Hotel. After late Lunch, full day Rest. Overnight stay Hotel.

Day 09 : Manali
After breakfast take a sightseeing tour of Manali town, visiting Hadimba Temple, dedicated to goddess, Manu Temple of Manu Rishi (Holy man) who was the creator of human race on the earth, Club house, a picnic spot, Tibetan monasteries, 3 colorful monasteries, on the bank of Beas river you can buy Tibetan handicraft over here, Vashist Kund, it is a small village located on the left bank of river Beas renowned for its hot springs and temples. Nearby is the pyramidal stone temple dedicated to Vashist Muni. There is another Temple of Lord Ram here, if time permits you can visit to Mountaineering institute. In evening visit mall road to enjoy the atmosphere of the hill station, overnight stay hotel.

Day 10 : Manali - Chandigarh (310 Km)
Morning after breakfast drive to Chandigarh, Arrive Chandigarh check in the hotel and now proceed to sightseeing tour of Chandigarh including Rock Garden, constructed almost entirely out of city garbage; Rose Garden 30 landscaped acres containing a variety of 1600 roses; Museum & Art Gallery housing a good collection of sculptures and paintings. Overnight stay Chandigarh.

Day 11 : Chandigarh – Delhi Drop
After breakfast leave for Delhi in tine transfer to Airport / Railway Station.