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Kasol Malana manikaran Tour - An Intoxicating Package


Kasol Malana manikaran Tour Overview

Kasol is a village in Himachal Pradesh, northern India. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Bhuntar to Manikaran. Kasol being a hub of large number of Israelis, this remote area with its jazzy cafes and liquor vends blends the Indian and non-Indian culture with perfection. While Malana is Famous for Hash. Malana is an ancient village to the north-east of Kullu Valley. This solitary village in the Malana Nala, a side valley of the Parvati Valley, is isolated from the rest of the world. The village of Malana is considered as one of the oldest democracies in the world. It is also known by the drug mafia for its hash which is extracted from the Cannabis plant and travels the world which is also the main source of income for the Malanese. While, visit this village of Taboos it is advisable to not touch the walls or belongings of any of the Malanese people as you will have to pay a fine if you touch anything. Manikaran or ‘Jewel of the Ear’ is often associated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and according to an epic story, a precious jewel of Goddess Parvati got swept away in the waters and Lord Shiva asked his attendants to find the jewel. When the jewel could not be found, that enraged Lord Shiva and his third eye opened that resulted in earthly turmoil in the waters, from where many precious stones came out. It is from this story that the place got its name. The hot springs of Manikaran also attract a lot of tourists who come here to drink water or take a bath because there is a popular belief that, drinking water of this place will help people in attaining Moksha.We at Holiday Travel promise to provide the best of our services and keep by our commitments towards quality and the sensitivity of the services.


Top Highlights Of The Tour

•        Pretty view of Kasol hill Station
•        Full sightseeing Of Kasol like Tosh, Parvati Valley and Kheer Ganga.
•        Visit Malana Village which is Famous For Malana cream
•        Manikaran or ‘Jewel of the Ear’ is often associated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati
•        Full sightseeing of Manikaran like Lord Shiva Temple. Guru Nanak dev Gurudwara and also Ramchandra Temple
•        The major Attraction of Manikaran-Hot Water Spring.


Kasol Malana manikaran Tour: Rates

Package Cost Per Couple   

Peak Season  (October - March)
   
3 star Resort Package (Rs.39,999/-)


Off Season (April - September)

3 star Resort Package (Rs.35,999/-)

Note: The rates are not valid for long weekends and festival time.


Package Inclusion:

•         Daily Breakfast & Dinner
•         5 Nights accomodation in well furnished rooms
•         Private Taxi (swift Dzire) from Chandigarh
•         Pickup and Drop from Chandigarh
•         2 night Accomodation in Kasol
•         1 Night Accomodation in Malana
•         2 Night Accomodation in Manikaran
•         All Taxes


Package Exclusion:

•         Lunch not include in this package.
•         Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc..
•         Travel insurance.
•         Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest.


Kasol Malana manikaran Tour: Hotels

3 - Star Resorts

Kasol     -      Hotel Krishna Palace
Malana    –      Panchali Holiday Home
Manikaran –      Hotel Deep Forest

 

Hotels Trip Advisory Ratings 

Hotel Krishna Palace- Kasol -TA Rank - 3 - Certificate of Excellence
Hotel  Panchali Holiday Home- Malana -TA Rank-3 - Certificate of Excellence
Hotel  Deep Forest -Manikaran - TA Rank - 3 - Certificate of Excellence


Kasol Malana manikaran Tour: Itinerary

Day 01: Chandigarh-Kasol (Arround 292 km/8-9 Hours)

Start the tour from Chandigarh and proceed for Kasol. It is around 292 km and take 78-9 hours to arrive Kasol. The journey is too long so we will break journeyat Mandi. Have lunch and some rest at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace, proceed to Kasol. After Arrival check into hotel and Overnight stay at Kasol.

Day 01: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace (Next to District Court, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh 175001)

Dinner: Served at Hotel


Day 02: Kasol Local sightseeing

After breakfast visit some local sightseeing of Kasol Like Parvati Valley, Tosh, Kheer Ganga,  Trekking and Rock climbing. In between youer visit have lunch at Jim Morrison Café. Enjoy the local food of Kasol. Shakshouka is one of the mouth watering dishes of the place consisting of poached eggs dipped in tangy tomato curry served with hummus and pita bread. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Parvati Valley: This is one of the famous place in Kasol. An ideal place for relaxing, one can also enjoy the activities like river rafting. Another option there is to laze around and spend your time trout fishing.In fact it is considered as a best place for angling.

Tosh: Tosh lies on the slope of a mountain overlooking a river and a waterfall.  Tosh is the last place in Parvati Valley till where the road goes. Tosh is a tiny hamlet with few cafes and places to stay and is a perfect place to relax.

Day 02: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at  Jim Morrison Cafe (Opp Sandhya Hotel, Manikaran Road, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel


Day 03: Kasol- Manikaran ( Arround 5 km / 15 Mintues)

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to visit Manikaran. It is around 5 km and take 15 mintues to Arrive. The place is very important and holy for both Sikhs and Hindus due to the gurudwaras and temples that dot Manikaran. The hot springs of Manikaran also attract a lot of tourists who come here to drink water or take a bath because there is a popular belief that, drinking water of this place will help people in attaining Moksha. Spend full Day at Manikaran. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Lord Shiva Temple: Manikaran Temple of Lord Shiva is very much Famous among tourist. This ancient temple, being associated to Lord Shiva is revered by visitors. After an earthquake in 1905, this temple got somewhat tilted. This temple is also associated with the Kullu Valley’s devtas who are considered to pay visits to the temple regularly on a particular date.

Hot Spring Manikaran: There are two hot springs in Manikaran, that are both associated to holiness - the hot spring at the Sri Guru Nanak Devji’s Gurudwara and the hot spring in the River Parvati. It is believed that people after taking a bath and drinking the water of these hot springs attain salvation. The importance of the hot springs of Manikaran is no less than the “Kashi Kshetra.”

Day 03: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Mama Cafe ( Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel


Day 04: Manikaran Local sightseeing

After breakfast visit some other Sightseeing of Manikaran like Harinder Mountain and Parvati river Manikaran, Kulanth Peeth Manikaran, Shri guru Nanak Dev ji Gurudwara and Lord Ramachandra Temple. In between visit have lunch and some rest at Mama Cafe. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Harinder Maountain and Parvati River: The town of Manikaran is encircled on the northern side by the mountain range called Harinder. Harinder Mountain’s snow-capped peaks offer beautiful views of Manikarnan town. Manikaran is situated on the right bank of the Parvati River that borders the town on the south.

Kulanth Pith Manikaran: Kulant Pith is considered one of the most superior. Manikaran’s Vishnu Kund is considered the purest and it is said that Lord Shankara was very pleased to live here. The high rising tanks of this place contain the purest water, one drop of which is said to free people of all their evils. Owing to the power of Shankara’s eye, Narad stated that Kulant Pith could help in freeing one from anger and evil. Moreover, it is believed that eating food that is cooked in the boiling water of this pith can take one to the Vishnu Lok.

Day 04: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Mama Cafe ( Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel


Day 05: Manikaran-Malana ( Arround 25 km /1-2 Hours)

After Breakfast proceed for Malana. It is around 25 km and take 1-2 hours to arrive. . The village of Malana is considered as one of the oldest democracies in the world. It is also known by the drug mafia for its hash which is extracted from the Cannabis plant and travels the world which is also the main source of income for the Malanese. While, visit this village of Taboos it is advisable to not touch the walls or belongings of any of the Malanese people as you will have to pay a fine if you touch anything. Malana is famous for Malana Cream. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Malana Cream: Malana’s crème has a notorious legacy in international stoner culture. It has won the Best Hashish title twice, in 1994 and 1996, at High Times magazine’s Cannabis Cup. Marijuanaphiles the world over have since made this region a popular weed-tourist destination, branded in travel and ganja-hunting literature as the exotic and alluring “Malana and the Magic Valley.” It was inevitable that the farmers would start to realize the global potential of their plants—and that the cops would take any and all measures to prevent these rural agriculturalists from increasing production. The most effective tool in authorities’ arsenal is satellite technology, but the farmers have found a workaround.

Local Beliefs of The Village: Malanis (the inhabitants of Malana) admire their culture, customs and religious beliefs. They generally do not like to change though some traces of modernization are visible. People in Malana consider all non-Malani to be inferior and consequently untouchable. Visitors to Malana town must pay particular attention to stick to the prescribed paths and not to touch any of the walls, houses or people there. If this does occur, visitors are expected to pay a forfeit sum, that will cover the sacrificial slaughter of a lamb in order purify the object that has been made impure. Malani people may touch impure people or houses as long as they follow the prescribed purification ritual before they enter their house or before they eat. Malanis may never accept food cooked by a non-Malani person, unless they are out of the valley (in which case their Devt can’t see them). Malanis may offer visitors food but all utensils will have to undergo a strict purification ritual before they can be used again.


Day 05: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel The Nest (  Bus Stand Rd, Sarvari, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175101

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel


Day 06 Malana-Chandigarh ( Arround 300 km/7-8 Hours)

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Chandigarh. It is around 300 km and take 7-8 Hours to complete Journey. The joiurney is too long so we will break journey at Mandi. Have lunch and some rest, proceed to Chandigarh. Our Representative will drop you at Chandigarh Airport/Railway Station.


Day 01: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace (Next to District Court, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh 175001)

Breakfast: Served at Hotel


Other Major Attractions

Kheer Ganga: Kheer Ganga is almost 4 hour trek from Kasol and is considered one of the most difficult trekking paths. A bewitching sight of natural sulphur spring at the peak of the mountain with spellbinding view is worth an experience.

Trekking: Kasol is very much famous for trekking activities.  Kasol, the place is full many trekking paths defined as easy to difficult and dangerous. Tosh and Kheer Ganga are the two places where you can feel an adrenaline rush through your veins while trekking.

Shri Guru Nanak Dev Gurudwara: This is one of the holy and famous place to visit in manikaran. Sri Guru Nanak Devji Gurudwara, as there is an interesting tale associated with it. The entire tale is mentioned in the “Twarikh Guru Khalsa” or Bhai Bala Janam Sakhi written by Giani Gian Singh.

Tour End…

 



Package Inclusion:

•         Daily Breakfast & Dinner
•         5 Nights accomodation in well furnished rooms
•         Private Taxi (swift Dzire) from Chandigarh
•         Pickup and Drop from Chandigarh
•         2 night Accomodation in Kasol
•         1 Night Accomodation in Malana
•         2 Night Accomodation in Manikaran
•         All Taxes

 

Kasol Malana manikaran Tour - An Intoxicating Package - Itinerary

Start the tour from Chandigarh and proceed for Kasol. It is around 271 km and take 7-8 hours to arrive Kasol. The journey is too long so we will break journeyat Mandi. Have lunch and some rest at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace, proceed to Kasol. After Arrival check into hotel and Overnight stay at Kasol.

Day 01: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace (Next to District Court, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh 175001)

Dinner: Served at Hotel

After breakfast visit some local sightseeing of Kasol Like Parvati Valley, Tosh, Kheer Ganga,  Trekking and Rock climbing. In between youer visit have lunch at Jim Morrison Café. Enjoy the local food of Kasol. Shakshouka is one of the mouth watering dishes of the place consisting of poached eggs dipped in tangy tomato curry served with hummus and pita bread. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Parvati Valley: This is one of the famous place in Kasol. An ideal place for relaxing, one can also enjoy the activities like river rafting. Another option there is to laze around and spend your time trout fishing.In fact it is considered as a best place for angling.

Tosh: Tosh lies on the slope of a mountain overlooking a river and a waterfall.  Tosh is the last place in Parvati Valley till where the road goes. Tosh is a tiny hamlet with few cafes and places to stay and is a perfect place to relax.

Day 02: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at  Jim Morrison Cafe (Opp Sandhya Hotel, Manikaran Road, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to visit Manikaran. It is around 5 km and take 15 mintues to Arrive. The place is very important and holy for both Sikhs and Hindus due to the gurudwaras and temples that dot Manikaran. The hot springs of Manikaran also attract a lot of tourists who come here to drink water or take a bath because there is a popular belief that, drinking water of this place will help people in attaining Moksha. Spend full Day at Manikaran. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Lord Shiva Temple: Manikaran Temple of Lord Shiva is very much Famous among tourist. This ancient temple, being associated to Lord Shiva is revered by visitors. After an earthquake in 1905, this temple got somewhat tilted. This temple is also associated with the Kullu Valley’s devtas who are considered to pay visits to the temple regularly on a particular date.

Hot Spring Manikaran: There are two hot springs in Manikaran, that are both associated to holiness - the hot spring at the Sri Guru Nanak Devji’s Gurudwara and the hot spring in the River Parvati. It is believed that people after taking a bath and drinking the water of these hot springs attain salvation. The importance of the hot springs of Manikaran is no less than the “Kashi Kshetra.”

Day 03: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Mama Cafe ( Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After breakfast visit some other Sightseeing of Manikaran like Harinder Mountain and Parvati river Manikaran, Kulanth Peeth Manikaran, Shri guru Nanak Dev ji Gurudwara and Lord Ramachandra Temple. In between visit have lunch and some rest at Mama Cafe. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Harinder Maountain and Parvati River: The town of Manikaran is encircled on the northern side by the mountain range called Harinder. Harinder Mountain’s snow-capped peaks offer beautiful views of Manikarnan town. Manikaran is situated on the right bank of the Parvati River that borders the town on the south.

Kulanth Pith Manikaran: Kulant Pith is considered one of the most superior. Manikaran’s Vishnu Kund is considered the purest and it is said that Lord Shankara was very pleased to live here. The high rising tanks of this place contain the purest water, one drop of which is said to free people of all their evils. Owing to the power of Shankara’s eye, Narad stated that Kulant Pith could help in freeing one from anger and evil. Moreover, it is believed that eating food that is cooked in the boiling water of this pith can take one to the Vishnu Lok.

Day 04: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Mama Cafe ( Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After Breakfast proceed for Malana. It is around 25 km and take 1-2 hours to arrive. . The village of Malana is considered as one of the oldest democracies in the world. It is also known by the drug mafia for its hash which is extracted from the Cannabis plant and travels the world which is also the main source of income for the Malanese. While, visit this village of Taboos it is advisable to not touch the walls or belongings of any of the Malanese people as you will have to pay a fine if you touch anything. Malana is famous for Malana Cream. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Malana Cream: Malana’s crème has a notorious legacy in international stoner culture. It has won the Best Hashish title twice, in 1994 and 1996, at High Times magazine’s Cannabis Cup. Marijuanaphiles the world over have since made this region a popular weed-tourist destination, branded in travel and ganja-hunting literature as the exotic and alluring “Malana and the Magic Valley.” It was inevitable that the farmers would start to realize the global potential of their plants—and that the cops would take any and all measures to prevent these rural agriculturalists from increasing production. The most effective tool in authorities’ arsenal is satellite technology, but the farmers have found a workaround.

Local Beliefs of The Village: Malanis (the inhabitants of Malana) admire their culture, customs and religious beliefs. They generally do not like to change though some traces of modernization are visible. People in Malana consider all non-Malani to be inferior and consequently untouchable. Visitors to Malana town must pay particular attention to stick to the prescribed paths and not to touch any of the walls, houses or people there. If this does occur, visitors are expected to pay a forfeit sum, that will cover the sacrificial slaughter of a lamb in order purify the object that has been made impure. Malani people may touch impure people or houses as long as they follow the prescribed purification ritual before they enter their house or before they eat. Malanis may never accept food cooked by a non-Malani person, unless they are out of the valley (in which case their Devt can’t see them). Malanis may offer visitors food but all utensils will have to undergo a strict purification ritual before they can be used again.


Day 05: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel The Nest (  Bus Stand Rd, Sarvari, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175101

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Chandigarh. It is around 300 km and take 7-8 Hours to complete Journey. The joiurney is too long so we will break journey at Mandi. Have lunch and some rest, proceed to Chandigarh. Our Representative will drop you at Chandigarh Airport/Railway Station.


Day 01: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace (Next to District Court, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh 175001)

Breakfast: Served at Hotel



Package Inclusion:

•         Daily Breakfast & Dinner
•         5 Nights accomodation in well furnished rooms
•         Private Taxi (swift Dzire) from Chandigarh
•         Pickup and Drop from Chandigarh
•         2 night Accomodation in Kasol
•         1 Night Accomodation in Malana
•         2 Night Accomodation in Manikaran
•         All Taxes

 

Kasol Malana manikaran Tour - An Intoxicating Package - Itinerary

Start the tour from Chandigarh and proceed for Kasol. It is around 271 km and take 7-8 hours to arrive Kasol. The journey is too long so we will break journeyat Mandi. Have lunch and some rest at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace, proceed to Kasol. After Arrival check into hotel and Overnight stay at Kasol.

Day 01: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace (Next to District Court, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh 175001)

Dinner: Served at Hotel

After breakfast visit some local sightseeing of Kasol Like Parvati Valley, Tosh, Kheer Ganga,  Trekking and Rock climbing. In between youer visit have lunch at Jim Morrison Café. Enjoy the local food of Kasol. Shakshouka is one of the mouth watering dishes of the place consisting of poached eggs dipped in tangy tomato curry served with hummus and pita bread. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Parvati Valley: This is one of the famous place in Kasol. An ideal place for relaxing, one can also enjoy the activities like river rafting. Another option there is to laze around and spend your time trout fishing.In fact it is considered as a best place for angling.

Tosh: Tosh lies on the slope of a mountain overlooking a river and a waterfall.  Tosh is the last place in Parvati Valley till where the road goes. Tosh is a tiny hamlet with few cafes and places to stay and is a perfect place to relax.

Day 02: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at  Jim Morrison Cafe (Opp Sandhya Hotel, Manikaran Road, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to visit Manikaran. It is around 5 km and take 15 mintues to Arrive. The place is very important and holy for both Sikhs and Hindus due to the gurudwaras and temples that dot Manikaran. The hot springs of Manikaran also attract a lot of tourists who come here to drink water or take a bath because there is a popular belief that, drinking water of this place will help people in attaining Moksha. Spend full Day at Manikaran. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Lord Shiva Temple: Manikaran Temple of Lord Shiva is very much Famous among tourist. This ancient temple, being associated to Lord Shiva is revered by visitors. After an earthquake in 1905, this temple got somewhat tilted. This temple is also associated with the Kullu Valley’s devtas who are considered to pay visits to the temple regularly on a particular date.

Hot Spring Manikaran: There are two hot springs in Manikaran, that are both associated to holiness - the hot spring at the Sri Guru Nanak Devji’s Gurudwara and the hot spring in the River Parvati. It is believed that people after taking a bath and drinking the water of these hot springs attain salvation. The importance of the hot springs of Manikaran is no less than the “Kashi Kshetra.”

Day 03: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Mama Cafe ( Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After breakfast visit some other Sightseeing of Manikaran like Harinder Mountain and Parvati river Manikaran, Kulanth Peeth Manikaran, Shri guru Nanak Dev ji Gurudwara and Lord Ramachandra Temple. In between visit have lunch and some rest at Mama Cafe. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Harinder Maountain and Parvati River: The town of Manikaran is encircled on the northern side by the mountain range called Harinder. Harinder Mountain’s snow-capped peaks offer beautiful views of Manikarnan town. Manikaran is situated on the right bank of the Parvati River that borders the town on the south.

Kulanth Pith Manikaran: Kulant Pith is considered one of the most superior. Manikaran’s Vishnu Kund is considered the purest and it is said that Lord Shankara was very pleased to live here. The high rising tanks of this place contain the purest water, one drop of which is said to free people of all their evils. Owing to the power of Shankara’s eye, Narad stated that Kulant Pith could help in freeing one from anger and evil. Moreover, it is believed that eating food that is cooked in the boiling water of this pith can take one to the Vishnu Lok.

Day 04: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Mama Cafe ( Manikaran Rd, Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After Breakfast proceed for Malana. It is around 25 km and take 1-2 hours to arrive. . The village of Malana is considered as one of the oldest democracies in the world. It is also known by the drug mafia for its hash which is extracted from the Cannabis plant and travels the world which is also the main source of income for the Malanese. While, visit this village of Taboos it is advisable to not touch the walls or belongings of any of the Malanese people as you will have to pay a fine if you touch anything. Malana is famous for Malana Cream. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Malana Cream: Malana’s crème has a notorious legacy in international stoner culture. It has won the Best Hashish title twice, in 1994 and 1996, at High Times magazine’s Cannabis Cup. Marijuanaphiles the world over have since made this region a popular weed-tourist destination, branded in travel and ganja-hunting literature as the exotic and alluring “Malana and the Magic Valley.” It was inevitable that the farmers would start to realize the global potential of their plants—and that the cops would take any and all measures to prevent these rural agriculturalists from increasing production. The most effective tool in authorities’ arsenal is satellite technology, but the farmers have found a workaround.

Local Beliefs of The Village: Malanis (the inhabitants of Malana) admire their culture, customs and religious beliefs. They generally do not like to change though some traces of modernization are visible. People in Malana consider all non-Malani to be inferior and consequently untouchable. Visitors to Malana town must pay particular attention to stick to the prescribed paths and not to touch any of the walls, houses or people there. If this does occur, visitors are expected to pay a forfeit sum, that will cover the sacrificial slaughter of a lamb in order purify the object that has been made impure. Malani people may touch impure people or houses as long as they follow the prescribed purification ritual before they enter their house or before they eat. Malanis may never accept food cooked by a non-Malani person, unless they are out of the valley (in which case their Devt can’t see them). Malanis may offer visitors food but all utensils will have to undergo a strict purification ritual before they can be used again.


Day 05: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel The Nest (  Bus Stand Rd, Sarvari, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175101

Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Chandigarh. It is around 300 km and take 7-8 Hours to complete Journey. The joiurney is too long so we will break journey at Mandi. Have lunch and some rest, proceed to Chandigarh. Our Representative will drop you at Chandigarh Airport/Railway Station.


Day 01: Food

Lunch: In Between your Visit you may have lunch at Hotel Raj Mahal Palace (Next to District Court, Mandi, Himachal Pradesh 175001)

Breakfast: Served at Hotel

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