|Day 01: Delhi - Manali
Journey start from Delhi at 5:30 p.m for Manali from Connaught Place, Delhi. Overnight journey to Manali in Volvo.
|Day 02 Manali
When you reach at Manali set amidst pine-clad mountains, which gradually close in on both sides of the Beas and nestling in their shade, as though carved out of primeval forest, is a scattered hamlet, which comprises this picturesque resort. Arrive & check in at pre-booked hotel.
This day you may take a Local tour of Manali, visiting the 450 years old temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, which has some excellent woodcarving. You also visit the Tibetan Monastery, Van Viharika, Mall Road and the handicraft centre. The rest of the day at leisure OR walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht known for its hot sulphur springs. Stay overnight at Manali.
|Day 03: Manali to Rohtaang Pass or Snow Point
This morning you visit the Solang Valley and the not to be missed Rohtaang Pass, 51 km from Manali at an altitude of 3978 meters (subject to weather conditions). On the way you will enjoy Gulaba and Water Fall in evening back to Manali and Overnight stay at Manali.
|Day 04: Manali to Manikaran to Kullu to Manali
Manikaran is 45 km. from Kullu. Manikaran lies in the Parvati valley of Kullu district. The spring is situated near the bank of Parbati River. These are confined to several groups of hot water springs emerging at various locations spreading up to a distance of about 1.3 kms. Along the river from the old bridge to Brahmaganga. The springs at Manikaran come out to surface with pressure and are very hot. There is no sulphur or iron mixed in the waters, but it is said to be radioactive. The water of these springs is so much hot that pulses (Dal), rice, vegetables etc. can be boiled and cooked in it. There is a Gurudwara here serving visitors and provides night stay. In the Gurudwara, the Dal, rice and vegetables are boiled in the hot water and served to the visitors after cooking them fine and surprisingly the meal is tasty. Vegetables etc. are cooked in a pan resting on the hot water. Usually the meal is cooked fine in 20 minutes. Even 'chapattis' are cooked by immersion. The heat near the boiling place, where the meal is cooked, is so high that in habitual persons cannot even stand and tolerate the heat for some minutes. In evening back to Manali and overnight stay at Manali.
|Day 05: Manali to Delhi
Check -out from hotel day free for leisure in evening 4 p.m start your journey back to Delhi. Overnight journey to Delhi in Volvo.
|Day 06: Delhi
Morning drop to Connaught Place, Delhi.
|* Hotel Check in time 1 P M & Check out time 10 AM|