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SPECIAL BONUS OF SHIMLA MANALI PACKAGE - TOUR TO BEAUTIFUL MOVIE SHOOTING LOCATIONS IN SHIMLA MANALI LAHAUL SPITI

 

Tour of Beautiful Bollywood Movie Locations in Shimla :-

This capital city of Himachal Pradesh is very popular destination for Bollywood Movie shooting. Shimla has honor of locatio for Super hit films like Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Kareeb, Old Movies Like Love in Shimla, Voh Kon Thi etc. As were films like the recent, Jab We Met and Three IdiotsGadar: Ek Prem KathaBlack, Raju Chacha, Chori Chori, Lootmar, Baadal, Bade Dilwale, Kudrat

 

Jab We Met  Movie Shooting Location in Shimla-Kalka Toy Train -Mall road Shimla

  • Scene1 : In Jab We Met, Shimla was the place where Geet (Kareena) stayed after she broke up with her boyfriend Anshuman.
  • Scene2 :The song is picturized in the Shimla town with a scene where Sahid Kapoor drives his car on the Shimla Mall road while searching out for Kareena. 
  • Scene3 :Moreover, the movie also features the Heritage toy train of Shimla when they head back to Kareena’s native place.
  • Scene4 : Aaoge Jab tum song in Jab We Met Shot in Shimla mall road Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India.

 

3 Idiots  Bollywood Movie Locations Shimla,

  • Scene1:Woodville Place where Kareena was getting married.
  • Scene2 - Man scenes shot in Town Hall of Shimla, The famous song Behti Haawa Sa Tha Woh Shot in Christ Church. victory tunnel, Shimla bypass Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Scene3 - Rancho's Home - Chail Palace hotel - Chail
  • Scene4: Christ Church, Shimla, Madhvan asking Rancho's address in Shimla.
  • Scene5: Chail Palace, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, India - Shown as Javed Jaffery's house.

 

Gadar Ek Prem Katha Movie Location Shimla

Gadar Ek Prem Katha’  movie Shooting in  Bishop Cottons School Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. The song “udja kale kawan” is picturized in Bishop Cotton School Shimla during the British Colonial Period.

 

Black Movie Shooting Location Shimla

  • Scene 1:- Indian Institute of Advanced Studies - College where Rani studies
  • Scene 2 :-The inspiration of the last decade “Black” has scenes shot in and around Shimla. In this movie the Woodville Palace had been used as the house of Michelle.Black’ Movie Shooting in  Christ Church, Woodville Palace Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India

 

Visit - Other Hit Bollywood Movie Locations in Shimla

  • “Kraantiveer Movie was also shot at the Mall Road, the Ridge and the Scandal Point , Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India.
  • "Main Tera Hero" scenes shot in the picturesque Shimla.
  • Horror movie Raaz II has many scenes shot in Shimla.
  • Tere Ghar ke Saamne Movie song  “Tu Kanha ye Baata” ” starring Dev Anand and Nutan has been shot at Shimla Railway Station. Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Main Aisa Hi Hoon - starring Ajay Devgan and Esha Deol and its song 'Papa mere Papa' shows the Shimla city.
  • The song “deewanapan deewangi featuring Isha Deol and Ajay Devgan is picturized near The Ridge and The Mall, Shimla. 
  • The Song Gaadi Bula Rahi Hai” of the movie Dost starring Dharmendra, was shot in the Toy Train Shimla Himachal Pradesh, India
  • The song “Mere Dil Me Aaj Kya Hai” from Daag, Movie starring Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore has scenes shot in Shimla ,Himachal Pradesh, India
  • The song “yeh vaada hai is a romantic track from the movie Raju Chacha featuring Ajay Devgan and Kajol. The song is mainly picturized in The woods of St. Bedes and the forest road of Shimla Himachal Pradesh, India.

 

Tour of Beautiful Bollywood Movie Locations in Manali:-

like Hadimba Devi TempleRohtang Pass, The Mall and Solang Valley extensively used as shooting location for most of the Bollywood movies.

 

  •  Yeh Jawani Hai Diwani Bollywood Movie - Shooting in Hadimba Temple & Rahala Falls in Manali,

Scene Shoot :- Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in the movie “Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani”; have been seen expressing their views about marriage at the backdrop of Hadimba TempleRahala Falls near Hadimba Temple is another picturesque spot for shooting.

 

  • Bollywood Movie - Jab We Met  Movie Shooting in Rohtang Pass and Manali - Scene Shoot:- Ever forget the scene where Shahid Kapoor is driving the jeep through  Rohtang Pass and beautiful Kareena Kapoor is singing the melodious song- Oh Rama, Yeh Ishq Haye, Baithe Bithaye of the hit movie Jab We Met (released 2007).
  •  Bollywood Movie - Krrish  Shooting Location in Solang Valley Manali -  Scene Shoot: Krrish Movie is shot in Beautiful Solang Valley in Manali  in various scenes water rafting scenes in the movie Krish (released 2006) starring Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra.
  • Bollywood Movie Roja movie Shooting Location - Hadimba Devi Temple Manali - Scene Shoot:- Hit movies Roja starring Madhu and Arvindwhen Arvind, who played the role of Madhu’s husband was kidnapped. Many scenes of this movie revolve around this age old temple Hadimba Devi Temple.
  •  Bollywood Movie Raaz Shooting in Manali - Shooting:-The movie Raaz - The Mystery Continues (release 2009) directed by Mohit Suri has also many scenes shot in Manali.
  • Gulam movie Shooting Location - Chandiyari located at the banks of Beas River, Manali - Song Shoot:- Beas River is the place where the song Aankhon Se Tune Ye Kya Keh Diya of hit movie Ghulam starring Rani Mukhejee and Aamir Khan.
  • Classics  Songs  Henna’ and ‘Laal Dupatta Malmal Ka’Shooting in  Manali.
  •  Saudagar Movie Song Shooting in Manali - Song Shot:- The song ILU ILU
  • Aap ki Kasam Song Shooting in Manali - Song Shoot:- The song Aap ki Kasam from the movie Aap Ki Kasam (release 1974) have been shot in Manali showcasing the beauty and elegance of this wonderful hill station.
  • Bang Bang, being directed by Siddarth Anand, under the banner of Fox Star Studios (FSS) India, is also set to shot inManali.
  • Highway Movie (released 2014) directed by Imtiaaz Ali has many scenes shot in Manali.
  • Purani Jeans (release 2014).
  • “Mary Com”, the biopic movie based on the life of famous female boxer of India Mary Com starring Priyanka Chopra has also been shot in Manali. The movie is yet to release.

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Tour of Beautiful Bollywood Movie Locations in Lahaul Spiti:-

Highway Movie Shooting Location in Kaza,Tabo Monastery,Spiti River,Lahaul and Spiti

  • Scene1:Veera in the mountains , Veera standing in the one of the coldest places in India - in the mountains of Kaza, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Scene2: Tabo monastery, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Scene3: Walking up the Spiti Valley, Walking up the Spiti Valley into the mountains, beside the frozen Spiti River

 

 

Paap Movie Shooting Location in Kee Monastery,Kibber  Village,Chandra Lake, ,Tabo Monastery,Spiti River,Lahaul and Spiti

  • Scene1: Shot At Rinpoche's Monastery,The monastery that Kaya's father belongs to. The Rinpoche lives here. Rinpoche means the "precious one" and is used to address or describe Tibetan lamas and other high-ranking .
  • Scene2: Shot At Kaya playing with the young monks, Being born and brought up around monks, Kaya feels at home with the young monks
  • Scene3: Kaya yearns for her beloved and sings the "Intezaar intezaar" song  shot beside the Spiti River.

 

  • Scene4: Kaya waits for her beloved besides Chandra Tal lake, singing "Intezaar intezaar".

 

  • Scene5: Kaya's "Intezaar" song continues  shot into her Kibber village.

 

  • Scene6: Kaya's intezaar song continues amidst the green Pin Valley.
  • Scene7: In the movie, this hotel is shown as the interior of the Tabo Monastery, where the monk sends Kaya on a mission to Delhi.

Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Group Tour Package - Hotels + HomeStay Options

Spiti Jeep Safari Group tour Package for Spiti Adventure ( Shimla Spiti Manali)

 

Dear National/International Travellers, If you want to visit remotest corner of earth where dust resembles the Moon Dust, The area with strange rituals and culture which has remained unchanged in last 1000 years or more, The area which is full of ancient tribal way of life, The area where average altitude is above 14000ft..

 

Holidaytravel.co presents the "Lahaul - Spiti" for you, which is located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in North Bordering China, Kunzum la or the Kunzum Pass (altitude 4,551 m; 14,931 ft) is the entrance pass to the Spiti Valley from Lahaul. Connectivity from Himalayan town of Manali through the Rohtang Pass. Spiti is more barren, Cold desert difficult to cross, with an average elevation of the valley floor of 4,270 m (14,009 ft).It is the third least populous district in India.

 

Spiti is similar to Russian Tundra, the only difference is that it is less extreme and more friendly than Tundra. It is connected by one national Highway (Manali-Leh National Highway)

 

20 Reasons to Visit Spiti Today

All Below activities can be arranged by Holiday Travel, a highly recommended and award winning organization, based in Himachal Pradesh. Holiday Travel has a committed focus on conservation, responsible tourism, and sustainable development.

 

1. Travel tour with homestays in six Spiti villages Langza, Komic, Demul, Lhalung, Dhankhar,Mikkim
2. Home Stay in remote villages with Zero pollution, 100% Oxyzen and spectacular settings with green crops and snow peaks in backdrop.
3. Experience way of life in a remote high altitude village on the edge of the world.
4. Experience the ancient cultural life that has remained unchanged for over a thousand years.
5. See Fossils in Langza Village.
6. See Live Cultural Performances in Villages Demul and Lhalung
7. Do Trekking yak safaris, mountain cycling, Visit Monsteries.
8. Enjoy delicious Spiti home food including Momos,thukpa and thenthuk(noodle soups)
9. Enjoy Camping like Bohemain environment in Home stay ( No Showers, Hot bucket water, shared squatting Toilet, No telephones, laundry etc)
10. If you need all comforts, then stay in a hotel in Kaza and using it as a base for travel around Spiti.
11. Be a part of development of Rural economy and developig rural tourism.
12. Enjoy trekkings, Famous treks include Pin-Parvati, Parang- La, and Pin-Bhaba.Some well-known treks are  Village to village treks are also popular
13. Enjoy Yak safari - Each village family in Spiti owns one yak, which they let roam freely during the summer. yak safari takes place on one of these yaks,A 

yak safari from Komic to Demul village takes around 3-4 hours.

14. Cultural Performances - Demul and Lhalung villages are well known for their cultural shows, featuring traditionally dressed dancers and live music.
15. Tracking Endangered Wildlife - if you are a wildlife enthusiast, then you can participate in tracking India's endangered Snow Leopard and Himalayan Wolf 

in the Pin Valley National Park and Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
16. Mountain Biking - Enjoy the thunder of biking in these remote valleys and platue
17. White Water Rafting -- the Pin and Spiti rivers offer white water rafting opportunities.
18. Excursions to villages and monasteries.
19. Enjoy Holiday Travel's 12 Day Spiti Adventure trip combo offer including trekking, biking, yak safari, and whitewater rafting from June to October.


 

Accomodations in Kaza and Kibber for your Spiti Adventure

Hotels in Kaza 

  • Sakya Abode 
  • Hotel Khangsar
  • HPDTC Tourist Lodge 
  • Spiti Hotel
  • Banjara Retreat ( on the Expensive Side)

Hotels in Kibber

Norling Guest House

 

Holiday Travel offers Home Stay accommodations in Spiti, where you can live with a local family in spiti. The homestays are are all very similar in terms of facilities, although each village differs in its nature, and cost 2,500 rupees ($50) per night including meals.While staying in Spiti’s villages, you’ll be able to dine on delicious home made local cuisine, often consisting of momos (vegetable dumplings), thukpa and thenthuk (hearty noodle soups).

 

About Home stay in Spiti

Spiti homestay Accomodation usually includes one guest bedroom enough to house max two or three people.The guest rooms in these homestays are clean, brightly colored, and attractively decorated with locally made handicrafts. The bedding provided is traditional style, with mattresses placed on the floor. It's still very comfortable though.

Waking up in such a pure and peaceful environment is particularly special. The views from the bedroom windows, combined with the fresh unadulterated mountain air. The homestay accommodations are a little on the expensive side but they are worth. Guide, meals, and some activities are included. The fact that your money will be providing extra, much needed, income for the villagers is extremely positive as well.

 

Spiti Adventure Package By Car - Itinarary

 

Day 01: Shimla – Narkanda – Hattu Peak – Rampur – Jeori – Sarahan. (175 Km/6-7 hrs)
 

Drive from Shimla en route visit Kufri, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda and hike to Hattu Peak (3135 Meter Peak). Walk back to the Jeep. lunch either in Narkanda / Sainj, after lunch on to Rampur, drive through Jeori.Reach Sarahan for overnight stay.

 

Day 02: Sarahan – Jeori – Wangtu – Karcham – Sangla. (92 Km/4-5hrs)


Early morning visit the Bird Park walk for 2 hours, visit the Bhima Kali temple one of the most important temples of Kali in India where there use to be human sacrifice before 18th Century, drive to Jeori past the Wangtu bridge then drive towards, Karcham reach Sangla walk the market place if time allows visit the Kamru Fort & the Temple of the village deity in Sangla village. 

Over night in a hotel in Sangla.

 

Day 03: Sangla – Chitkul – Raksham/ Sangla. (46 Km/ 2-3hrs)


After breakfast drive to Chitkul (3460 Meters) last village on India & Chinese border walk for half a day around Chitkul Village, return back to Sangla or an option of sleeping in Camps in Batseri is also available depending on availability or stay overnight in guest house / Hotel.

 

Day 04:Sangla – Kalpa (60 Km 2-3hrs )


After breakfast drive back through Sangla to powari visit the monastery in Reckong – Peo with a 60 ft tall statue of Buddha drive to Kalpa for a over nite stay visit the monastery & the orphanage in Kalpa. The view of Kinner Kailash 6050 meters will be an enchanting site.

 

Day 05: Kalpa – Nako- Tabo (175Km /4-5hrs)


After breakfast drive through Reckong – Peo through powari, the landscape changes to Desert Mountains pass through the desert terrain drive through Puh to reach Nako.Visit the Lake & the Monastery of Nako walk through the Village of Nako.

Afternoon drive through the desert mountain range with villages & Desert Mountains in the surroundings reach Tabo (3050) meters a more than 1000 year old monastery visit the Monastery 

Over night in a guest house in Tabo.

 

Day 06: Tabo – Dhankar – Pin vally(Mud)  Kaza (65Kms 3-4hrs)


After breakfast drive to Dhankar the old capital of Spiti visit the museum, and drive towards the pin valley  & then headquarters of spiti Kaza,

overnight stay in Kaza
 

 

Day 07: Kaza—Kee monestry—Kibber –Kaza- Chehim- Langza —Komic(80kms/5-6hrs)


After breakfast drive towards beautiful monestry Kee, then drive towards world, s highest motrable village Kibber (4205m) have lunch in Kibber, after lunch Go for village walk in Kibber, overnight stay in Kibber or in Kaza.Afternoon drive  to reach Langza Langza, Hikkim and Komic, these three villages are situated at an altitude of 4265mtrs to. - 4500mtrs

 

Day 08: Kaza—Loser—Kunzum la— —Batal—Chatru—Rohtang pass—Manali (210Km)


 
Early in the morning after having tea drive towards Loser, have breakfast there, drive again towards Kunzum pass (4551m)  then Batal, have lunch in Chatru, again drive towards the Rotang pass (3978m) reach Manali for overnight.

 

 

Alternate Spiti Adventure - Home Stay Trek Tour Package

 

Homestay Trek Tour package in Spiti

  • Duration 8 days
  • Physical level - Beginner
  • Locations - Tashigang, Langcha, Lalung, Komic, Kibber, Dhemul, Dhankar, Chicham

 

This trek is ideal for independent travelers, All these settlements covered in the trek package are roughly one easy day's walk, In this package, you enjoy the traditional hospitality of the spiti villagers with comfortable home environment, a clean toilet, a hearty meal, and offcourse a warm bed to rest in each night. We can also make available a Guide to learn about spiti culture

We can also arrange for the cultural programme in spiti which entails traditional dance by local dance troupes, nomadic monks and members of the heritage conservation councils. 

There are two traditional forms of Dance which can be enjoyed:

Bhuzen Folk Dance


Bhuzen dances are performed by wandering Lamas in Spiti Valley only. The dance involves a fantastic display of martial artistry and includes acrobatics, swordplay and the smashing of stones on the Bhuzen's stomach.

 

Chham Folk Dance

 

Chham also known as 'the devils dance' is a popular dance in Lahaul and Spiti performed by Lamas on auspicious days. Chham dance has a violent legend behind it: it is said that the performance was originally used to kill an evil king notorious as a persecutor of Buddhists. While the king was distracted by the performance, one of the monks killed him and escaped in the confusion.The movements in Chham Dance are slow and circular and are accompanied by the beat of drums, cymbals and long pipes.


All homestay accommodation options include:

  • Warm Spitian hospitality
  • A clean room with clean bed sheets and pillow covers
  • Local cuisine
  • Boiled drinking water
  • Traditional Spitian dry eco-friendly toilet
  • Candle and lamps

 

Spiti Adventure - Home Stay Trek Tour Package - Itinerary:

 

Package starts from kaza ( If you start from Delhi, Delhi to kaza Drive is approx 14 hours), Reach Kaza by night and night stay in a hotel.
 

 

Day 1:  Kaza to Kibber to Chicham
 

Starting from Kaza by jeep, we will reach Kibber in time for lunch after a short visit in Ki Monastery. From Kibber we must pass traverse a deep canyon to reach Chicham village.  This route is very populated by local wildlife such as Blue Sheep, Ibex and Snow Leopard.  Sightings of these rare animals are frequent along this route. Night Home Stay in the Chicham Village
 

 

Day 2:  Chicham to Tashigang
 

Reaching Tashigang from Chicham involves passing through the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the most exciting locations for spotting several endangered Himalayan species including Tibetan Wolf and Snow Leopard.We walk along the side of the mountain slopes to reach the main Spiti Valley where the village of Tashigang sits facing tomorrows destination Langcha, high on the opposite slopes of the valley. 
Night Home Stay in Tashigang Village.

 

 

Day 3:  Tashigang to Langcha
 

The trek from Tashigang to Langcha is an easy downward trek to the valley floor(where we will stop in Kaza for lunch) followed by a challenging 4hr climb up the opposite slope onto the plateau overhead.  The village of Langcha hangs over Kaza far below on the valley floor from an altitude of 4250m.Traveling to Langcha From Kaza involves a journey along one of the world’s highest motorable roads.  Winding along the mountain side above Kaza the traveler gets a spectacular view of the meandering silver waters of the Spiti River on the valley floor. The route gradually snakes in to the Shilla Valley, a high altitude valley on the upper plateau where yakmen graze their herds. Langcha Village is divided into two parts, Lower And Upper Village and is home to a 900 Year old  Buddhist Temple.
Night Home Stay in Lancha Village.

 

 

Day 4: Langcha to Komic
 

An easy half days walk from Langcha is Komic, famous for its monastery. On the walk you will pass the ruins of the last monastery, destroyed almost completely in an earthquake in 1971.
Komic is one of the principle monasteries of Spiti and home to an unlikely guest - the stuffed remains of a snow leopard who wandered into the village many years ago and who, after gorging himself on a farmers flock of sheep, fell asleep never to wake up as the frightened farmer killed the unfortunate creature.  Now he hangs at the entrance to the monastery, a reminder of the need for finding a balance between the needs of human and wildlife in the harsh terrains of the high altitude Himalayas.
Night Home Stay in Komic Village
 

 

Day 5: Komic to Dhemul
 

The walk from Komic to Dhemul takes you along the edge of the higher plateau overlooking the silvery Spiti river as it snakes through the valley far below. Straight across from you, you will see the endless rows of steep, sparsely populated mountains of the Trans-Himalaya and far away Tibet.
Night Home Stay in Dhemul Village
 

 

Day 6: Dhemul to Lalung
 

Today you come down from the high plateau and it is a nice downhill trek into the Lingti Valley.  The Lingti River originates in Tibet and passes through the beautiful village of Lalung.  The Lalung Monastery is famous for its statue of the Three Cornered Buddha, made with three sides to symbolize the Buddha looking in all directions at once.  Legend has it that Rinchen Zangpo planted a willow tree in the soil above the village 1000 years ago and instructed the locals that should the tree survive, they must found a monastery.  Today, in front of the 10th century monastery sits an ancient, gnarled and revered willow tree. 
Night Home Stay in Lalung Village
 

 

Day 7:  Lalung to Dhankar
 

Today we will have to walk to the mouth of the Lingti Valley and from there turn right back in the direction of Kaza.  We will climb from the valley floor to Dhankar fortress high above.  From our homestay located at the highest point in the village you will get fantastic views of the entrance to Pin Valley.
Night Home Stay in Dhankar Village 
 

 

Day 8:  Dhankar to Kaza
 

Today we trek back to Kaza. 

 

Route Plan for Kaza ( Capital of Spiti - the centre of Spiti)

 

Manali to Kaza By Road ( Only in summer, Closed in Winter)


Approx 210kms and it takes 6-7 hours to reach kaza from Manali. Manali road to Kaza via Rohtang and Kunzum passes is accessible only in summer. There is only one Government bus service from Manali to Kaza but the road is pretty inaccessible with frequent landslides along the way.it is advisable to hire a private MUV (Tata Sumos) from Manali to reach Kaza.The route from Manali via Losar crossing Kunzum La and Rohtang La along the Chandrataal river is perhaps the most beautiful. The road surfaces are very poor - the entire stretch has never been metalled/tarred.The HP Road Transport bus from Kulu to Kaza via Manali reaches Manali around 4.45AM and leaves at 5.00AM to reach Kaza any time in the afternoon or in the evening on the same day depending upon the road conditions.


 

Shimla to Kaza Via Rekong Peo By Road ( All Weather Road)


The road from Shimla (via Rekong Peo) is in theory an all-season one. The Rekong Peo connection passes through landslide area at Malling Nullah, with transhipment (crossing on foot and being picked up by a bus on another side) being frequently the only way of passing the landslide.


Drinking in Kaza ( Spiti)

Ecosphere has set up an office shop near the Kaza market, where you can refill clean and safe drinking water, instead of buying multiple plastic mineral water bottles. Here you can also buy seabuckthorne juice and concentrate. Grown in Spiti valley, seabuckthorne is a "magical" berry with a combination of nutrients not found in any plants, and its commercialization has created sustainable incomes for women in the region.

There is an 'English Wine & Beer Shop' on the main street in Kaza, selling a typical stock of beer, Indian whisky and 'Old Monk' rum. The local alcohol is made of barley and has two varieties - Chang, the local barley beer and Arakh, the local barley whiskey. These are not freely available in shops, but most locals will be able to arrange a bottle for a nominal price. Another option is to go to Zangchuk guest house and ask the owner to arrange for it.

 

Events/Festivals in Spiti

Month    Place    Fair/Festival Name
Jan/Feb    Pattan Valley    Khogla
Jan/Feb    Lahaul Valley    Halda
Febuary    Lahaul    Fagli
Febuary    Bhaga Valley (Lahaul)    Gothsi (Gochi)
June/July    Shashur, Kardang, Gemur, Kyi Gompas in Lahal & Spiti    Tsheshu Fair
August    Kaza (Spiti)    Ladarcha Fair
August    Udaipur (Lahaul)    Pauri Fair
August    Keylong (Lahaul)    Tribal Fair


LADARCHA FAIR in Kibbar Spiti
 

Previously, this fair used to be celebrated in Kibbar maidan in Spit in the month of July where traders from Ladakh, Rampur Busher and Spiti meet in this fair to barter their produce. Due to closure of Tibetan traders, this fair is now being celebrated at Kaza, the headquarters of Spiti Sub Division in the 3rd week of August. A large number of visitors and traders from Kullu/ Lahaul/ Kinnaur meet there. It has now become a conference of cultures of Spiti, Ladakh & Kinnaur as also of the Indian plains.


PAURI FAIR of Lahaul


This fair is celebrated during summer in the 3rd week of August every year. In earlier times this was the most prominent fair of Lahaul. People of all casts and creed gather there, not only from Lahaul but from Chamba and Kullu too. The fair is combination of pilgrimage and festive activities.  Preparations are made at least a week in advance and most of the people leave  their homes a day before the celebrations, where they have faced darshan of  the statue of Triloknath (Shiva Lord of Three Worlds) or Avolokiteshvara as it is regarded by Buddhist. After paying  their obeisance, people go to the parikrama gallery between the inner and outside walls of  temple. Pilgrims/ devotees usually complete three or seven clockwise  circumambulations of the gallery/ rotating the  prayer wheels and  murmuring  Mantras ( OM MANI PADME HUM) every morning and evening till they stay there. Ghee and Mustard oil lamps are lighted continuously inside. People donate money and Ghee/ Oil  to maintain the lamps, one of which is so big as to accommodate 16 Kgs. of Ghee/ oil. After the prayer and rituals, the fair begins.  Temporary shops, tea stalls and hotels are established at the fair  ground. As soon as darkness overtakes, the pilgrims dance in a huge circle to the melody of folk songs devotional or otherwise. On the second morning, a traditional procession is taken out, which is headed by the Thakur of Triloknath riding on a decorated horse. Their destination is the place where  as per traditional lores, seven gods, the  youngest of whom was Trilokinath had appeared from seven springs in the past.  This is the most important ritual  of the fair.  The precession then returns to the fair ground for more  festivities. Some people  for their native places leave as soon as the procession disperses, while others stay until the  third day when the fair is over.

 

TRIBAL FAIR in KEYLONG


Tribal fair coinciding with Independence day is celebrated with great pomp and show from 14th to 16th August, at Keylong the headquarters of the district. People from all parts of the valley congregate in their queer disposition and a large number of Indian and foreign tourists gather here to witness the fair. It is being celebrated as at State level fair. In order to make the fair colourful , artists and cultural troupes are invited from Chandigarh, Dharamshala, Leh , Chamba, Kullu, Spiti in addition to local artistes.


TSHESHU FAIRS in Tabo


Tsheshu fair is celebrated in  Shashur, Gemur, Kyi, Kardang Tabo and  Mane Monasteries in the months of June.  A large number of devotees/ people gather on these occasions.
Devil dance is performed by the Lamas bedecked in colourful dresses and wearing masks of different birds and animals.

 

FESTIVAL OF LIGHT in Pattan Valley


A festival of lights known as Diwali is celebrated all over India in October every year. A similar type of festival is celebrated as Khogla in Pattan valley and Halda in  other valleys of Lahaul at the second and third week of January.  The date is fixed by a Lama while in Pattan valley it is celebrated to Magh Poornima coincide with (full moon). Pencil cedar branches are cut into strips and are tied together into bundles to make a torch called Halda quite similar to Hola in upper regions of Shimla district.  In the evening halda at each house are lit and brought together at one centre place. This is repeated four to five times, each time in honour of different deities. When the ceremony is over, the villagers return to their houses.  The haldas are prepared and lit in the same manner and collected at one place where they burn to lashes. But there is slight difference. Along with honouring  the deities, the people of Gahar valley curse the Ranas of clans  hostile to their own..  The people of  Keylong curse the Ranas of Goushal and Kardang threatening to “bite their hearts”.

 

FAGLI Festival of Pattan Valley


Fagli, locally known as Kus or Kuns is one of the most important festial of the Pattan valley.  It falls, after a fortnight of  Khogla on Amawasya (Moonless Night) in the first/ second week of February. The houses are fully decorated and oil lamps are lit. A Baraza  is set-up which consist of a  bamboo stick, two to three feet tall, mounted on the floor. Around the stick a white chader is  draped in such a maanner as to suggest an angel dressed in while,  sitting in the corner, ornamented with jewellery and marigold flowers. Delicious dishes are placed before the Baraza along with burning incense.  The Baraza represents the angel “SHIKHARA- APPA) grand mother of the peak and  here visit is considered to bring prosperity to the house. According to ritual demand the head of the family and his wife getup early in the morning  to prepare (TOTU) (A dough of roasted barley flour and butter milk)  and kwari. The Totu is taken upto the roof which is offered to the deities.  Kwari is later thrown to the crows who await for it as if they have received the invitation.  The totu is distributed among the family members as prasada. The couple go to pay their annual respects to their cows and sheep to express their gratitude and acknowledge their dependence on these animals.  Rest of the family members getup and pay their respects to their elders of the household by bowing to them and touching their feet. After breakfast they first visit their nearest and aged person within the village and then the entire village community congregate to pay their respects to each house with Marchu (Local puri). Each day of the festival has a special name  to show its own  significance.  One day is called punha, a symbolic representation of ploughing the fields. Since the fields are covered under snow during the period, so symbolic ploughing is done. Two green willow sticks representing the bullocks and two more representing yoke and plough are moved forward in the room in the front of the Baraza. In the following weeks feasts and festivities continue among relatives and friends, along with the exchange of marigold  flowers and other gifts.

 

GOTHSI ( GOCHI) Festival of Bhaga Valley


There is a festival of the Bhaga valley which is celebrated in February in the houses where a son was born during the preceding year. The villagers gather in the morning. A dough is made of Sattu ( roasted barley ) and is placed in a big plate. It is lifted by four men  to the place of the village deity which is generally an idol of stone, a tree or a bush.  A young girl dressed in her best clothes and decked with ornaments accompanies them. The girl carries a pot of chhang ( Local drink). She is followed by two men, one carrying a burning stick of pencil cedar  and the other pencil their cedar leaves tied together in a lamb’s skin. The woman giving birth to the first son in the year, dressed in her best clothes accompanies them to pay homage to the village god. Labdagpa  the village priest worships the God with a  bow and an arrow. The dough is then broken and thrown away to appease the gods. The lamb’s skin is placed on a tree or a bush near the idol of the village deity and is shot at by arrows. Lohars beat drums during the ceremony.  After the worship of the village deity is over, the people disperse but the relatives and friends move in to group and visit all their houses where male children are born. Drinking and dancing go together, sometimes all through the nights

 


Important Notes for International Travellers to Spiti Valley

 

All Foreign tourists visiting the State should seek help of authorised travel agencies only.
 

Foreigners wishing to stay overnight must stay only at authorised guest houses / hotels. They are required by Law to fillup form-C and it is the duty of the host to such foreigners to supply this information within 24 hours to the concerned Police Station.
 

In case you are interested in trekking please move in groups of atleast 5 persons and inform the nearest Police Station of your proposed trekking route. Engage only registered porters/guides while undertaking treks. It is advisable to go for trekking on routes identified for this purpose by the HP Tourism Department and halt at the designated camping places only.
 

Please exchange foreign currency only at authorised places.
 

It is safer to carry travellers cheques and limited amount of cash while touring.
 

All tourist are advised to stay away from drugs and drug dealers and refrain from indulging in any illegal activity.
Foreigners who wish to overstay, should contact the nearest Foreigners' Regional Registration Office or the Sadar Police Station in the towns.

 

Some areas in Himachal Pradesh have been designated as protected areas and are not open to foreigners without permits.

Protected Areas:
Protected areas has been defined in the section 2 of the Foreigners Protected Area Order 1958 which is as under:-

A. Protected area means any border areas falling beyond the inner line as described in schedule-I

No foreigner shall enter into or remain in any protected areas except under and in accordance with the permit issued by the Central Govt. or any official authorised by the Central Govt. in this behalf. 

Following areas in Himachal Pradesh require protected areas permits Khab, Samdo, Dhankar, Tabo, Gompa, Kaza, Morang and Dubling (Lahaul & Spiti).

At present the foreign tourists/foreigners are being permitted to visit the restricted/protected areas by the authorities specified under section 3 of the Foreigners ( Protected Areas) Order 1958 by the State Govt.

Diplomatic & Officials Passport holders who wish to visit, stay or pass through the above mentioned areas and required to obtain necessary protected areas permits from Ministry of External Affairs. Application (in triplicate) should be submitted to the Northern Division, MDA, South Block, Room No. 235, New Delhi giving a minimum of 8 (eight) weeks notice to process the relevant case. However, application does not imply automatic issue of permits.

Such permits for the foreigners who want to visit such places in connection with their engagement with some U.N. Aided or World Bank Project are required to submit their applications to the Resident Commissioner, Himachal Govt., Himachal Bhavan, Sikandra Road, New Delhi. This Officer issues such permits to foreigners required to visit such places in connection with the World Bank or U.N. Aided projects and the Projects sponsored by the Govt. of India or any State Govt. or U.T. Administration. In such cases Resident Commissioner would insist upon a letter of requisition from the sponsoring authority i.e. World Bank or U.N. Agency or a concerned Union Ministry or State Govt. or U.T. Administration under whose aegis the project is being implemented.

Foreigners intending to visit protected areas which are now open for tourism, as tourists in group consisting of four or more foreigners, sponsored by the recognised travel agencies in India with predrawn itinerary can gets protected area permits from the State Govt. The H.P. State Govt. has further delegated these powers to District Magistrates in their Jurisdictions.

In this regard following District Magistrates and Sub-Divisional Magistrates are authorised to issue Protected Area Permits' in their respective Territorial limits.


District Magistrate, Lahaul & Spiti at Keylong, Tel 01900-222501, Fax 01900-222502. Email: lah@hp.nic.in
Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Spiti at Kaza Tel: 01906-222302
Sub-Divisional Magistrate, Lahaul at Keylong, Tel: 01900-222225

 



Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Group Tour Package - Homestay accommodation options include:

  • Warm Spitian hospitality
  • A clean room with clean bed sheets and pillow covers
  • Local cuisine
  • Boiled drinking water
  • Traditional Spitian dry eco-friendly toilet
  • Candle and lamps

 

Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Tour Package - Hotels

 

  • Sarahan   :-Hotel Green Valley / Similar
  • Sangla     :- Hotel Prakesh / Similar         
  • Kalpa       :- Hotel Rakpa regency/ similar
  • Tabo        :- Hotel  Sidarth / Similar        
  • Kaza        :-  Hotel Spiti sarai / similar    
  • Amritsar :-  Hotel P.R. Residency / Similar
  • Keylong   :-  Hotel Dykid / Similar

Hotels in Kaza 

  • Sakya Abode 
  • Hotel Khangsar
  • HPDTC Tourist Lodge 
  • Spiti Hotel
  • Banjara Retreat ( on the Expensive Side)

Hotels in Kibber

Norling Guest House

 

Holiday Travel offers Home Stay accommodations in Spiti, where you can live with a local family in spiti. The homestays are are all very similar in terms of facilities, although each village differs in its nature, and cost 2,500 rupees ($50) per night including meals.While staying in Spiti’s villages, you’ll be able to dine on delicious home made local cuisine, often consisting of momos (vegetable dumplings), thukpa and thenthuk (hearty noodle soups).

 

 




Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Group Tour Package - Homestay accommodation options include:

  • Warm Spitian hospitality
  • A clean room with clean bed sheets and pillow covers
  • Local cuisine
  • Boiled drinking water
  • Traditional Spitian dry eco-friendly toilet
  • Candle and lamps

 

Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Tour Package - Hotels

 

  • Sarahan   :-Hotel Green Valley / Similar
  • Sangla     :- Hotel Prakesh / Similar         
  • Kalpa       :- Hotel Rakpa regency/ similar
  • Tabo        :- Hotel  Sidarth / Similar        
  • Kaza        :-  Hotel Spiti sarai / similar    
  • Amritsar :-  Hotel P.R. Residency / Similar
  • Keylong   :-  Hotel Dykid / Similar

Hotels in Kaza 

  • Sakya Abode 
  • Hotel Khangsar
  • HPDTC Tourist Lodge 
  • Spiti Hotel
  • Banjara Retreat ( on the Expensive Side)

Hotels in Kibber

Norling Guest House

 

Holiday Travel offers Home Stay accommodations in Spiti, where you can live with a local family in spiti. The homestays are are all very similar in terms of facilities, although each village differs in its nature, and cost 2,500 rupees ($50) per night including meals.While staying in Spiti’s villages, you’ll be able to dine on delicious home made local cuisine, often consisting of momos (vegetable dumplings), thukpa and thenthuk (hearty noodle soups).

 

 

Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Group Tour Package - Package Itinarary

 

Spiti Adventure Package for Group By Car - Itinarary

 

Day 01: Shimla – Narkanda – Hattu Peak – Rampur – Jeori – Sarahan. (175 Km/6-7 hrs)
 

Drive from Shimla en route visit Kufri, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda and hike to Hattu Peak (3135 Meter Peak). Walk back to the Jeep. lunch either in Narkanda / Sainj, after lunch on to Rampur, drive through Jeori.Reach Sarahan for overnight stay.

 

Day 02: Sarahan – Jeori – Wangtu – Karcham – Sangla. (92 Km/4-5hrs)


Early morning visit the Bird Park walk for 2 hours, visit the Bhima Kali temple one of the most important temples of Kali in India where there use to be human sacrifice before 18th Century, drive to Jeori past the Wangtu bridge then drive towards, Karcham reach Sangla walk the market place if time allows visit the Kamru Fort & the Temple of the village deity in Sangla village. 

Over night in a hotel in Sangla.

 

Day 03: Sangla – Chitkul – Raksham/ Sangla. (46 Km/ 2-3hrs)


After breakfast drive to Chitkul (3460 Meters) last village on India & Chinese border walk for half a day around Chitkul Village, return back to Sangla or an option of sleeping in Camps in Batseri is also available depending on availability or stay overnight in guest house / Hotel.

 

Day 04:Sangla – Kalpa (60 Km 2-3hrs )


After breakfast drive back through Sangla to powari visit the monastery in Reckong – Peo with a 60 ft tall statue of Buddha drive to Kalpa for a over nite stay visit the monastery & the orphanage in Kalpa. The view of Kinner Kailash 6050 meters will be an enchanting site.

 

Day 05: Kalpa – Nako- Tabo (175Km /4-5hrs)


After breakfast drive through Reckong – Peo through powari, the landscape changes to Desert Mountains pass through the desert terrain drive through Puh to reach Nako.Visit the Lake & the Monastery of Nako walk through the Village of Nako.

Afternoon drive through the desert mountain range with villages & Desert Mountains in the surroundings reach Tabo (3050) meters a more than 1000 year old monastery visit the Monastery 

Over night in a guest house in Tabo.

 

Day 06: Tabo – Dhankar – Pin vally(Mud)  Kaza (65Kms 3-4hrs)


After breakfast drive to Dhankar the old capital of Spiti visit the museum, and drive towards the pin valley  & then headquarters of spiti Kaza,

overnight stay in Kaza
 

 

Day 07: Kaza—Kee monestry—Kibber –Kaza- Chehim- Langza —Komic(80kms/5-6hrs)


After breakfast drive towards beautiful monestry Kee, then drive towards world, s highest motrable village Kibber (4205m) have lunch in Kibber, after lunch Go for village walk in Kibber, overnight stay in Kibber or in Kaza.Afternoon drive  to reach Langza Langza, Hikkim and Komic, these three villages are situated at an altitude of 4265mtrs to. - 4500mtrs

 

Day 08: Kaza—Loser—Kunzum la— —Batal—Chatru—Rohtang pass—Manali (210Km)


 
Early in the morning after having tea drive towards Loser, have breakfast there, drive again towards Kunzum pass (4551m)  then Batal, have lunch in Chatru, again drive towards the Rotang pass (3978m) reach Manali for overnight.

 

SPECIAL BONUS OF SHIMLA MANALI PACKAGE - TOUR TO BEAUTIFUL MOVIE SHOOTING LOCATIONS IN SHIMLA MANALI LAHAUL SPITI

 

Tour of Beautiful Bollywood Movie Locations in Shimla :-

This capital city of Himachal Pradesh is very popular destination for Bollywood Movie shooting. Shimla has honor of locatio for Super hit films like Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black and Vidhu Vinod Chopra's Kareeb, Old Movies Like Love in Shimla, Voh Kon Thi etc. As were films like the recent, Jab We Met and Three IdiotsGadar: Ek Prem KathaBlack, Raju Chacha, Chori Chori, Lootmar, Baadal, Bade Dilwale, Kudrat

 

Jab We Met  Movie Shooting Location in Shimla-Kalka Toy Train -Mall road Shimla

  • Scene1 : In Jab We Met, Shimla was the place where Geet (Kareena) stayed after she broke up with her boyfriend Anshuman.
  • Scene2 :The song is picturized in the Shimla town with a scene where Sahid Kapoor drives his car on the Shimla Mall road while searching out for Kareena. 
  • Scene3 :Moreover, the movie also features the Heritage toy train of Shimla when they head back to Kareena’s native place.
  • Scene4 : Aaoge Jab tum song in Jab We Met Shot in Shimla mall road Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India.

 

3 Idiots  Bollywood Movie Locations Shimla,

  • Scene1:Woodville Place where Kareena was getting married.
  • Scene2 - Man scenes shot in Town Hall of Shimla, The famous song Behti Haawa Sa Tha Woh Shot in Christ Church. victory tunnel, Shimla bypass Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Scene3 - Rancho's Home - Chail Palace hotel - Chail
  • Scene4: Christ Church, Shimla, Madhvan asking Rancho's address in Shimla.
  • Scene5: Chail Palace, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, India - Shown as Javed Jaffery's house.

 

Gadar Ek Prem Katha Movie Location Shimla

Gadar Ek Prem Katha’  movie Shooting in  Bishop Cottons School Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. The song “udja kale kawan” is picturized in Bishop Cotton School Shimla during the British Colonial Period.

 

Black Movie Shooting Location Shimla

  • Scene 1:- Indian Institute of Advanced Studies - College where Rani studies
  • Scene 2 :-The inspiration of the last decade “Black” has scenes shot in and around Shimla. In this movie the Woodville Palace had been used as the house of Michelle.Black’ Movie Shooting in  Christ Church, Woodville Palace Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India

 

Visit - Other Hit Bollywood Movie Locations in Shimla

  • “Kraantiveer Movie was also shot at the Mall Road, the Ridge and the Scandal Point , Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India.
  • "Main Tera Hero" scenes shot in the picturesque Shimla.
  • Horror movie Raaz II has many scenes shot in Shimla.
  • Tere Ghar ke Saamne Movie song  “Tu Kanha ye Baata” ” starring Dev Anand and Nutan has been shot at Shimla Railway Station. Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Main Aisa Hi Hoon - starring Ajay Devgan and Esha Deol and its song 'Papa mere Papa' shows the Shimla city.
  • The song “deewanapan deewangi featuring Isha Deol and Ajay Devgan is picturized near The Ridge and The Mall, Shimla. 
  • The Song Gaadi Bula Rahi Hai” of the movie Dost starring Dharmendra, was shot in the Toy Train Shimla Himachal Pradesh, India
  • The song “Mere Dil Me Aaj Kya Hai” from Daag, Movie starring Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore has scenes shot in Shimla ,Himachal Pradesh, India
  • The song “yeh vaada hai is a romantic track from the movie Raju Chacha featuring Ajay Devgan and Kajol. The song is mainly picturized in The woods of St. Bedes and the forest road of Shimla Himachal Pradesh, India.

 

Tour of Beautiful Bollywood Movie Locations in Manali:-

like Hadimba Devi TempleRohtang Pass, The Mall and Solang Valley extensively used as shooting location for most of the Bollywood movies.

 

  •  Yeh Jawani Hai Diwani Bollywood Movie - Shooting in Hadimba Temple & Rahala Falls in Manali,

Scene Shoot :- Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in the movie “Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani”; have been seen expressing their views about marriage at the backdrop of Hadimba TempleRahala Falls near Hadimba Temple is another picturesque spot for shooting.

 

  • Bollywood Movie - Jab We Met  Movie Shooting in Rohtang Pass and Manali - Scene Shoot:- Ever forget the scene where Shahid Kapoor is driving the jeep through  Rohtang Pass and beautiful Kareena Kapoor is singing the melodious song- Oh Rama, Yeh Ishq Haye, Baithe Bithaye of the hit movie Jab We Met (released 2007).
  •  Bollywood Movie - Krrish  Shooting Location in Solang Valley Manali -  Scene Shoot: Krrish Movie is shot in Beautiful Solang Valley in Manali  in various scenes water rafting scenes in the movie Krish (released 2006) starring Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra.
  • Bollywood Movie Roja movie Shooting Location - Hadimba Devi Temple Manali - Scene Shoot:- Hit movies Roja starring Madhu and Arvindwhen Arvind, who played the role of Madhu’s husband was kidnapped. Many scenes of this movie revolve around this age old temple Hadimba Devi Temple.
  •  Bollywood Movie Raaz Shooting in Manali - Shooting:-The movie Raaz - The Mystery Continues (release 2009) directed by Mohit Suri has also many scenes shot in Manali.
  • Gulam movie Shooting Location - Chandiyari located at the banks of Beas River, Manali - Song Shoot:- Beas River is the place where the song Aankhon Se Tune Ye Kya Keh Diya of hit movie Ghulam starring Rani Mukhejee and Aamir Khan.
  • Classics  Songs  Henna’ and ‘Laal Dupatta Malmal Ka’Shooting in  Manali.
  •  Saudagar Movie Song Shooting in Manali - Song Shot:- The song ILU ILU
  • Aap ki Kasam Song Shooting in Manali - Song Shoot:- The song Aap ki Kasam from the movie Aap Ki Kasam (release 1974) have been shot in Manali showcasing the beauty and elegance of this wonderful hill station.
  • Bang Bang, being directed by Siddarth Anand, under the banner of Fox Star Studios (FSS) India, is also set to shot inManali.
  • Highway Movie (released 2014) directed by Imtiaaz Ali has many scenes shot in Manali.
  • Purani Jeans (release 2014).
  • “Mary Com”, the biopic movie based on the life of famous female boxer of India Mary Com starring Priyanka Chopra has also been shot in Manali. The movie is yet to release.

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Tour of Beautiful Bollywood Movie Locations in Lahaul Spiti:-

Highway Movie Shooting Location in Kaza,Tabo Monastery,Spiti River,Lahaul and Spiti

  • Scene1:Veera in the mountains , Veera standing in the one of the coldest places in India - in the mountains of Kaza, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Scene2: Tabo monastery, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • Scene3: Walking up the Spiti Valley, Walking up the Spiti Valley into the mountains, beside the frozen Spiti River

 

 

Paap Movie Shooting Location in Kee Monastery,Kibber  Village,Chandra Lake, ,Tabo Monastery,Spiti River,Lahaul and Spiti

  • Scene1: Shot At Rinpoche's Monastery,The monastery that Kaya's father belongs to. The Rinpoche lives here. Rinpoche means the "precious one" and is used to address or describe Tibetan lamas and other high-ranking .
  • Scene2: Shot At Kaya playing with the young monks, Being born and brought up around monks, Kaya feels at home with the young monks
  • Scene3: Kaya yearns for her beloved and sings the "Intezaar intezaar" song  shot beside the Spiti River.

 

  • Scene4: Kaya waits for her beloved besides Chandra Tal lake, singing "Intezaar intezaar".

 

  • Scene5: Kaya's "Intezaar" song continues  shot into her Kibber village.

 

  • Scene6: Kaya's intezaar song continues amidst the green Pin Valley.
  • Scene7: In the movie, this hotel is shown as the interior of the Tabo Monastery, where the monk sends Kaya on a mission to Delhi.

Shimla Spiti Manali Adventure Group Tour Package - Rates & Dates/Hotels

 

Package Cost will be Rs. 18500 per person together 18 pax
 

Meal Plan :- MAPAI ( 9 Breakfast & 10 Dinner )

Vehicle :- 01 Tempo Traveler and 01  Innova ( Non AC )

 
Hotel Used & night stay :-
 
  • Sarahan   :-Hotel Green Valley / Similar
  • Sangla     :- Hotel Prakesh / Similar         
  • Kalpa       :- Hotel Rakpa regency/ similar
  • Tabo        :- Hotel  Sidarth / Similar        
  • Kaza        :-  Hotel Spiti sarai / similar    
  • Amritsar :-  Hotel P.R. Residency / Similar
  • Keylong   :-  Hotel Dykid / Similar

 

 

 

 

 

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