Day 01: ~ Shimla - Sarahan 2,150 metres / 7,055 feet, (170 Kms 9-10 hrs)
Day one of the fantastic trip starts with your breakfast at the hotel, after which we head to a 9-10 hrs drive, and we will set off at around 9:00 A.M. through the mesmerizing villages of Fagu, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda, and Rampur. On the way, we will stop for various comfort breaks and will also visit the Apple orchards and Hattu peak at 11,154 feet height at Narkanda, from where you can have a spectacular view of the mighty Central Himalayas and will also visit the traditional wooden carved temple of Goddess Kali on the top. We will also stand by a small lake on the way to Hattu Peak. Later on, we continue our journey to Sarahan via Rampur, and en route, we will stop for lunch break and comfort breaks. At Sarahan, you will get the beautiful views of Shrikhand Mahadev Peak, and some other major attractions in Sarahan is centuries-old Hindu temple of Goddess Bhimakali. This place is also the gateway to Kinnaur valley. Your night stay will be at in Hotel in Sarahan.
Day 02: ~ Sarahan - Sangla 2,680 metres / 8,792 feet, (90 Kms / 4-5 hrs)
For this day, we will tour the famous temple of Bhimakali at Sarahan, the same temple in which human sacrifices were made about two centuries ago. After visiting the temple, we will proceed our way to Sangla, which is a 4-5 hrs long drive. Hereafter checking in at your hotel, or you can also choose to visit in fixed luxury tented accommodation. After lunch, you will be taken on a walk through Kamru and Sangla villages ( 1-2 hrs), and we will tour the exquisitely formed old temples and Buddhist monasteries, where you can talk to the local people in these valleys. The valley is also recognized as the Baspa Sangla valley, after river Baspa which flows through the valley, and it is the part of Kinnaur valley. Today we will be in the hotel in Sangla.
Day 03: ~ Sangla to Chitkul 3,450 metres / 11,318 feet and back to Sangla.
(A day to have short, comfortable walks around the area).
This morning after breakfast, we will be driving you to Chitkul (20 km, total 1 hrs, each side - 3,450 meters / 11,318 feet.), which is the last village on the Indian side on the Indo–Tibetan border. The community of Chitkul is like something from a fairy tale, and you will have a chance to stroll around it. The landscapes are stunning, and you will have plenty of time to enjoy them and talk to the local people. We will return to Sangla for lunch in the local restaurants and later the rest of the day is free to relax in the mountain landscape or if you like you can walk to another nearby village or nature walk. We will have this second night at the same hotel accommodation at Sangla.
Day 04: ~ Sangla to Kalpa 2,758 metres / 9,048 feet (40 km/ 2-3 hrs)
Today after breakfast at the hotel, you will be driven to Kalpa village a 2-3 hrs drive, and on the way, we will stop at Recongpeo and will have a walk around the local market. Recongpeo is the district headquarters of Kinnaur district. We will have lunch in a local restaurant where you have a choice to enjoy Indian or Tibetian food. After lunch, we will drive to Kalpa, which is 7 kms away. Here you will check in to your hotel, and in the evening, you will be given time to explore the Kalpa Valley. Overnight in hotel in Kalpa.
Day 05: ~ Kalpa Local Sightseeing
Today is the day of sightseeing after the morning meal we will tour the Kalpa village and the nearby Roghi village which are coated with thick pine forests and are renowned for apricots and apples. Here you can enjoy the most beautiful view of the Mt. Kinner Kailash Mountain, having 6000 meters height. Indeed a spectacular sight to witness early in the morning as the rising sun touches the snowy peaks with crimson and gold light. Kalpa is situated at an altitude of 2759 m from the sea level, on the old Hindustan Tibet Road at a distance of 260 km from Shimla. Earlier it was the District Headquarter of Kinnaur. It is for 14 KMS. It has all the qualities of a heritage village, and this famous place came into fame in the wake of British Governor-General Lord Dalhousie's. Today's stay will also be at the hotel at Kalpa Valley.
Day 06: ~ Transfer From Kalpa to Shimla
Lastly, you will be heading back after Checkout from the hotel and proceed to Shimla. But the wonders are not over, yet you will be seeing the spectacular views of the queen of hill and Sightseeing of Narkanda. Drop at Shimla.
Go where these amazing hills take you. There is no better option than the great Himalayas toe enjoys your pleasant weekend gateway. This is something which will refresh your mind and take you away from your regular busy city life. North India has a lot to offer you with its magnificent Shivalik ranges. Strolling in the mood in the snow-covered mountains and exploring its beauty is indeed bliss to watch in this life. Exploring new places in life gives you a new way of leading a beautiful life. Get out of your comfort zone and explore the horizons of the high Himalayas. With Shivalik Ranges, we mean the entire region of Himachal. When it comes to Himachal, we all remember those four to five famous names which comprise of Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Dalhousie. But we forget the other small and beautiful towns of the Shivalik Ranges. Himachal Pradesh has a lot to offer you rather than these Few towns, which are no doubt the best and mesmerizing places of the entire valley. Himachal is one such location which serves the best is the holidays to one of the best places in India that is Himachal Pradesh.
So let us look at other beautiful places of the Himachal state like the very prolific and peaceful Chitkul, serene Sangla and glorious Kalpa region, and many more of this town, which is small yet very friendly. Sarahan - the tiny village offers splendid views of Shrikhand Mahadev Peak (5,155 meters). The primary attraction in Sarahan is the centuries-old Hindu temple of Goddess Bhimakali. Steeped in legend, the temple complex is a shining example of hill architecture. Sarah is also the gateway to Kinnaur valley. Next, up is the Sangla valley is also known as the Baspa Sangla valley, after river Baspa which flows through the valley, and it is the part of Kinnaur valley. Next up is Kalpa is situated at an altitude of 2759 m from the sea level, on the old Hindustan Tibet Road at a distance of 260 km from Shimla. Earlier it was the District Headquarter of Kinnaur