Hidden Gems of Himachal – 9 Nights & 10 Days

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Himachal Pradesh, located in the heart of the Himalayas, is endowed with breathtaking beauty and incredible heritage. With Times To Travel’s Tribal Tour for Kinnaur and Spiti Valley, you can embark on a memorable tour. The 10-day journey takes you through some of Himachal Pradesh’s most breathtaking scenery. The journey begins in Shimla and ends in Manali, passing through the picturesque towns of Narkanda, Sarahan, Sangla, Chitkul, Kalpa, Nako, Tabo, Dhankar, Pin Valley, Kaza, and others. The breathtaking sights of Key Monastery, Losar, Kibber, Chandra Tal Lake, Kunzum, and Rohtang Pass add to the excitement of the thrilling safari.This Hidden Gems of Himachal tour will take you on a journey where you will encounter unparalleled beauty and unexplored places that will leave you speechless. Check out the itinerary of Himachal Pradesh 10 day tour packages below for more information on this journey.


  • Visit architectural monuments constructed under the British Raj
  • , including a Shimla excursion to the Bhimakali temple, a Sarahan tour to Chitkul and the Kamru fort. The Sangla Tribal Tour includes visits to Kalpa, Nako, Tabo, and Kibber.
  • Visit Ki Monastery, Kibber Excursion to Chandertal, 
  • Manali Sightseeing Tour

Day 1 : Pick up from Chandigarh and drive to Shimla (125 km)

This exciting Himachal tour will begin with a pick-up from Chandigarh.

When you arrive in Shimla, you will be met by our tour executive, who will take you to your pre-booked hotel. When you arrive at the hotel, check in and proceed to your room for relaxation. After that, you'll go to the Himachal State Museum, the Jakhoo temple, Christ Church, The Ridge, and The Mall. Finally, return to your hotel for a delicious dinner and a restful night's sleep.

Overnight in Shimla at a hotel.

Day 2 : Shimla to Sarahan (170 km/ 7 hrs)

Begin your day with breakfast at the hotel. After that, check out of the hotel and take a lovely drive to Sarahan. Shrikhand Mahadev's snow-covered summit graces the town with its powerful heavenly presence. Then, pay a visit to Sarahan's most famous tourist attraction, the Bhima Kali temple, which is one of 51 Shakti Peethas.

Stay at the  hotel in Sarahan for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 3 : Sarahan to Sangla (92 km/ 4 hrs)

Following breakfast at the hotel, drive through the mountains to Sangla. When you arrive in Sangla, check into your camp/hotel. Freshen up before heading to the distant villages of Rackcham and Chitkul. Both of these locations are essentially the bliss of the Himalayas, untouchable and unexplored. These are the locations closest to the border. With picture-perfect views, it is definitely a breathtaking sight that will warm your heart. Return to the hotel for an evening stay in comfort.

Day 4 : Sangla to Kalpa (51 km/ 3 hrs)

Begin the day with a full breakfast at the hotel. Later in the morning, explore Kamru village and the Sangla fort. The splendour of the mountains adds to the allure of these sites. Continue your journey to Kalpa later. Set beside the Kinner Kailash mountain range, the quaint village offers an ideal Himalayan splendour.

When you arrive in Kalpa, check into your hotel. You are free to explore Kalpa village in the evening. Enjoy the scenery, mingle with the nice locals, and have a memorable time.

Return to the hotel in Kalpa for the night.

Day 5 : Kalpa to Tabo (145 km / 6 hrs)

After breakfast at the hotel, begin your journey to Tabo. Stop en route to visit Nako village. Explore the Nako monastery, which is made up of four temples. Admire the ancient murals and Buddhist paintings from the 11th century. Attend the monks' ritual prayers at the monastery. Check in at the hotel in Tabo for an overnight stay.

Day 6 : Tabo to Kaza (70 km)

Wake up to a crisp breakfast in your hotel and prepare to discover Tabo's attractions. The Tabo Monastery and Tabo Village will be visited. Then, spend time with the locals. Attend a theatrical presentation of Buddhist morality as it relates to religion and social life in Buchen, an artist sect. Drive to Kaza later. En route, stop by Dhankar Monastery, which is located in the Himalayas at an elevation of 3890 metres. Explore the 6th century Gompa, which has some beautiful murals depicting Buddhist legends and local legends.

When you arrive in Kaza, check into your hotel. Later, prepare to spend the night at a Kaza .

Day 7 : Kaza

Prepare your delicious breakfast and get ready to visit a special place. Kibber, 11 kilometres from Ki Gompa, is the next special halt. At 4205 m, it is thought to be the world's highest settlement. The town attracts travellers, notably during the annual Ladarcha festival in July, because it has a motorable road and power.

Return to Kaza for dinner and a night's rest.

Day 8 : Kaza – Kunzum La – Chandrataal Lake

Prepare for a road excursion to Manali after breakfast. The tour will take you to Kunzum-La at 4551 metres and Rohtang-La at 3980 metres, two of the most spectacular mountain passes in the world, going through the frigid desert of the Tibetan high plateau dotted with lush oases inhabited by nomads.

Continue your journey to Chandertal Lake. Enjoy the spectacular vista of the Chandra Valley and Chandrabhaga mountains. The source of the River Chandra is Chandertal Lake, a high altitude lake in Lahaul and Spiti. It is also known as the 'lake of the moon,' as it is located 4300 metres above sea level. Migratory birds frequent the lake, especially in the summer. Check in at the campsite.

Stay the night at Chandertal Lake.

Day 9 : Chandertal – Rohtang Pass – Manali

We'll travel for Manali the next morning. The journey normally takes 6 to 7 hours. As we leave the valley, the desert landscape is replaced by lush greenery all around. We'll arrive at Rohtang Pass around lunchtime and visit Beas Kund. We'll arrive in Manali in the evening after a cup of tea. Check in at the hotel and spend the night.

Day 10 : In Manali – (local sightseeing) Drop at Manali (Volvo point or Kullu Aiport)

After breakfast, visit the Hadimba Devi Temple in Dhungri, the Manu Temple in old Manali, and the Vashisht hot water spring in Vashisht hamlet. Evening drop-off at Manali Volvo stands for overnight Volvo bus to Delhi or flight to Kullu airport for flight to Delhi.

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Pickup-Drop
  • Cab Transfer
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals
  • Welcome drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic)- 2 Pm to 5 Pm Available Only
  • Accommodation in well appointed A/c rooms with satellite connection LCD TV, electronic safe, Mini Bar( chargeable) and intercom.
  • Buffet/TDH Menu as per the plan selected.
  • MAP – Breakfast and either Lunch or Dinner
  • Complimentary use of Tea/Coffee maker in all rooms replenished once a day, Hair dryer on request. Any additional requirement will be at an extra cost.
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Advance seat reservations
  • Entry visa fees
  • Optional extensions & excursions
  • Personal, baggage & travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Geverages
  • Items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary or "included features" list
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • UNUSED SERVICES: Unused services cannot be refunded once the trip has begun. No refund can be made for absence by travelers from any part of the itinerary.

9 Nights - 10 Days


Tour's Location

What is unique about Himachal Pradesh?

Himachal Pradesh is famous for its hill stations, landscape, handicrafts, gastronomy, roaring waterfalls, thrilling treks, and a variety of adventure sports.

Which Manali village has yet to be discovered?

Prini village is in Himachal Pradesh's Manali Tehsil of the Kullu district.

What is Himachal Pradesh's most isolated location?

The Dhauladhar, Pangi, and Manimahesh Ranges encircle Baga Bhangal. To get to this secluded valley, you must go via the ranges. However, these passes are closed for approximately 8 months of the year.

What is the most well-known feature of Himachal Pradesh?

Himachal Pradesh's narrow-gauge railways are well-known. The state's predominant religion is Hinduism. Due to the rugged terrain, the state has remained mostly unaffected by exterior customs. Himachal Pradesh is well-known for its handicrafts, which include carpets, paintings, leather work, stoles, and other items.

What is Himachal's natural beauty?

From enormous expanses of high-altitude Trans-Himalayan desert to deep green deodar woods, apple orchards to cultivated terraces, snow-capped high Himalayan mountain ranges to snow-fed lakes and flowing rivers. Himachal Pradesh is a naturalist's dream.

Himachal Pradesh is well-known for this fruit?

Chaunsa is the correct answer. Himachal Pradesh is well-known for producing which sort of mangoes Chaunsa? Mango is farmed in all districts of Himachal Pradesh except Kinnaur and Lahaul-Spiti. Mango growing in Himachal Pradesh takes place in the state's low hills and valleys.

Which Himachal village has the most money in the world?

But did you know that Madavag village in Shimla district's Chaupal Tehsil is considered Asia's richest village?

Why is Malana well-known?

Malana is well-known for its "Malana Cream," which is derived from cannabis plants grown in the Parvati valley. Malana cream is said to be high quality hash.

Which is Himachal's coolest city?

Keylong, the administrative centre of Lahaul and Spiti, is Himachal Pradesh's coldest destination.

Which location in HP is known as Little Tibet?

Dharamshala, McLeod Ganj, often spelt McLeodganj, is a Dharamshala suburb in the Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh, India. Because of its substantial Tibetan population, it is known as "Little Lhasa" or "Dhasa" (a short form of Dharamshala used primarily by Tibetans).


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