Duration : 5 Nights
Kinnaur is one of administrative districts in Himachal Pradesh, India. The offiacial headquarters of Kinnaur district is at Reckong Peo. From here one can view Kinnaur Kailash, which is considered to be the abode of Lord Shiva .As of 2011 it is the second least populous district of Himachal Pradesh The district is divided into three body areas – Pooh, Kalpa, and Nichar – and has five tehsils (counties). (out of twelve district), after Lahaul and Spiti, but there are 9 important languages are spoken in the district. Kinnaur is most valued place where tourists enjoys their precious holidays.
Duration : 5 Nights
Leh, a high-desert city in the Himalayas. Leh is the capital of the Leh region in northern India’s J&K state. , Leh is now famous for its Buddhist sites and near trekking areas. Ladakh is a region in Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir that presently extends from the Kunlun range of mountains to the main nice range of mountains to the south, inhabited by folks of Indo-Aryan and Tibetan descent..
Duration : 5 Nights
The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name "Spiti" means "The Middle Land", i.e. the land between Tibet and India. Local population follow Vajrayana Buddhism similar to that found in the nearby Tibet Autonomous Region and the Ladakh region of India. The valley and surrounding region is one of the least populated regions in India and is the gateway to the northernmost reaches of the nation. Along the northern route from Manali, Himachal Pradesh or Keylong via the Rohtang Pass or Kunzum Pass respectively, the valley lies in the North East of the Indian hill state of Himachal Pradesh, and forms part of the Lahaul and Spiti district. The sub-divisional headquarters (capital) is Kaza, Himachal Pradesh which is situated along the Spiti River at an elevation of about 12,500 feet (3,800 m) above mean sea level. Lahaul and Spiti is surrounded by high mountain ranges. The Rohtang Pass, at 13,054 feet (3,979 m), separates Lahul and Spiti from the Kullu Valley. Lahul and Spiti are cut off from each other by the higher Kunzum Pass, at 15,059 feet (4,590 m).A road connects the two divisions, but is cut off frequently in winter and spring due to heavy snow. The valley is likewise cut off from the north up to eight months of the year by heavy snowfalls and thick icing conditions. A southern route to India proper is periodically closed for brief periods in the winter storms of November through June, but road access is usually restored a few days after storms end via Shimla and the Sutlej in the Kinnaur district.
Duration : 9 Nights
Kinnaur, is concerning 235 kilometer (146 mi) from the capital, Shimla, settled within the northeast corner of Himachal Pradesh bordering Tibet to the east. it's three high mountains ranges, namely, Zanskar and Himalaya Mountains that enclose valleys of Sutlej, Spiti, Baspa and their tributaries. The slopes are covered with thick wood, orchards, fields and picturesque hamlets. At peak of Kinnaur Kailash mountain is a popular as natural rock Shivling (Shiva lingam). The district was opened to outsiders in 1889. The ancient Hindustan-Tibet Road passes through the Kinnaur valley on the bank of river Sutlej and lastly enters Tibet at Shipki La pass. It is not only the scenic beauty that appeals to the young and previous alike however conjointly the life types of the individuals, their culture, heritage, customs and traditions. The people have strong culture and beliefs, usually follow Buddhism and Hinduism, having bellieve that the Pandavas along with Draupadi came and settled in the land while in exile. Thousands-year-old monasteries still exist in the region . Buddhists and Hindus living harmony symbolizing long-established. brotherhood and friendly relationship of the folks of both the faiths. Apples, chilgoza (chestnut) and different dry fruits are fully grown here. The high piece of land here facilitates adventures and sports. Trekking routes contains the 'Parikarma of Kinnaur Kailash'.