Day 01 : Local sightseeing
Manali- Rest and Sight Seeing around .- O/n Manali- Hotel Mayflower Manali. Himachal’s main tourist resort, Manali, stands at the head of the Kullu Valley. Majestic mountain scenery and the areas seemingly limitless supply of inexpensive charm makes the place very popular among the tourists. Though the Town has gone through a very fast change in 10 years the still the old charm does remain in Old Manali and in the nearby village of Vashisht.
Old Manali, the village from which the modern town takes its name lies 3 km from the main mall. Unlike its offspring, the settlement retains an unhurried and traditional feel. There is a temple of Manu here out of which the name Manali has been originated. Resting on the stone platform in a dense stand of Old Deodar, Hadimba Temple is Manali’s oldest shrine. Dating back to 1553, it is a fine example of Pagoda architecture. Visit to Hadimba Temple, Manu Rishi Temple (Old Manali), Vashisht, Tibetan Monasteries in the market, shopping or exploring the Mall Road.
Day 02 : Visit to Naggar Castle, Roerich Art Gallery and Jana Water Fall and back to Manali. O/n Manali- Hotel Mayflower
Day 3 : Drive to Manikaran and Kasole and back to Manali via Kais Monastery. O/n Manali- Hotel Mayflower
Day 04 : Drive to Keylong over Rohtang Pass (3,978 Mts.) O/n Keylong – Hotel Tashi Deleg Rohtang Pass – Few places on the Earth can mark so dramatic a change in landscape as the Rohtang Pass. To one side, the lush green head of Kullu Valley; to the other, an awesome vista of bare, chocolate – coloured mountains, hanging glaciers and snowfields that shine in the dazzlingly crisp fight.
On the Valley floor, we drive through the field of potato and peas, dotted by Lahauli Villages, and we encounter the local inhabitants working in the fields. After crossing a bridge at Tandi, the meeting point of Chandra and Bhaga Rivers, which later becomes Chenab, These Rivers originate from Baralacha Pass, and flows all the way into the plains of Punjab.
Day 05 : Local exploration in Keylong (Lahaul Valley): O/n Keylong – Hotel Tashi Deleg Visit to Udaypur (Mrikula Devi Temple), Triloki Nath Temple and back to Keylong. Overnight in Hotel Tashi Deleg. Lahaul – This is a typical Himalayan Alpine area as high summits surrounds the valley and along the track lays massive moraines and glaciers. Its inhabitants are a mixture of Buddhists and Hindus. Using glacial water channelled down the mountains through ancient irrigation ducts, Lahauli farmers manage to coax a bumper crop of seed potatoes and peas.
The region is also sole supplier of hops to India’s breweries. Lahaul generally used as a transit point to Ladakh, is a very interesting destination for tourists. The temple of Mrikula Devi Temple said to be built by Pandavas in Udaypur and the temple of Lord Shiva Trilokinath in Bhaga Valley. These places in Lahul are worth visiting.
Day 06 : Keylong to Manali drive (115 Km) over Rohtang Pass. O/n Manali – Hotel Mayflower.
Day 07 : Explore market or shopping in the day time. Evening transfer to Bus Station to take Bus (Volvo) to back home.
Duration : 04 Nights & 05 Days
Region : Kullu Valley and Parvati Valley
Duration : 09 Nights & 10 Days
Region : Himachal Pradesh (Kullu Valley, Kangra Valley and Chamba)
Duration : 05 days
Regions : Delhi, Parvati Valley, Seraj Valley
Himalayan Adventurers offers a unique one day cultural hikes to various unexplored regions of Kullu Manali.
Duration : 5 DAYS
Activities : Paragliding/Skiing/Rafting.