Delhi – Manali (560 kms)
Travel by car/jeep from Delhi to Manali. On arrival
check-in in the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.
Manali AM free. PM half day city sight seeing including
Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monastery and
Vashisht Village. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 03: Manali – Keylong (115 kms)
Travel by jeep from Manali to Keylong enroute visiting the
Rohtang Pass (3980 m). Overnight in tents at Keylong.
Day 04: Keylong
Morning visit the Khardong monastery 5 kms from Keylong.
This monastery boasts of the largest strength of monks and
nuns in the Lahaul region. Afternoon visit the Shashur
Gompa, dedicated to Lama Gotsang of Zanskar. Overnight in
tents at Keylong.
Keylong – Udaipur (50 kms)
Travel by jeep to Udaipur enroute visiting Trilokinath
temple. Trilokinath is one of the most ancient temples in
Lahaul. Originally, it is dedicated to the Pandavas as
legend says that Pandavas spent few days over here during
their 14 years exile. Afternoon visit a temple in Udaipur
highly remarkable for it’s woodcarvings and dedicated to
Mrikula Devi, built during the 15th century. Overnight in
tents at Udaipur.
Day 06: Udaipur – Batal (170 kms)
Travel by jeep from Udaipur to Batal. From Batal you can
have a beautiful view of the CB ranges and a few glaciers.
Overnight in tents at Batal.
Day 07: Batal - Kaza (88 kms)
Travel from Batal to Kaza by jeep over the Kunzam Pass
(4558 m). Overnight in tents at Kaza.
Day 08: Kaza
Morning visit the Ki monastery, 12 kms from Kaza. This
centuries – old gompa is a labyrinth of rooms and
corridors. It houses valuable thangkas and offers a
panoramic view of the area. Also visit the small gompa at
Kibber, 9 kms further ahead. Kibber at 4205 m has the
distinction of being the highest permanently inhabited
village of the region. Overnight in tents at Kaza.
Day 09: Kaza
An excursion visiting Pin Valley, the land of Ibex and
Snow Leopards. Also visit an old monastery Gungri
monastery in Pin Valley. Overnight in tents at Kaza.
Day 10: Kaza
Travel by jeep from Kaza to Tabo by jeep enroute visiting
Dhankar gompa. This gompa rests high over the valley and
is a stupendous example of local architecture. Founded in
996 AD by the great teacher Richensang-po, Tabo is
renowned for its breathtaking murals and stucco images –
and is often called “The Ajanta of the Himalayas”. Tabo’s
sanctity is next only to Tibet’s Tholing gompa. Overnight
in tents at Kaza.
Day 11: Kaza – Manali (188 kms)
Travel by jeep from Kaza to Manali. On arrival check in at
hotel. Overnight in at the hotel.
Day 12: Manali
Day free for independent activities. Overnight at the
Day 13: Manali - Delhi (560 kms)
Travel by car/ jeep from Manali to Delhi and proceed
directly to international airport to board flight for
onward destination. End of the tour.