Pickup from Chandigarh To Shimla
Shimla is present Capital of Himachal Pradesh India. In British Rule Shimla was the Summer Capital of British India. Shimla is also known as the HILLS QUEEN SHIMLA and blessed with many Historical places, Natural beauties, Religious places and temples. Jakhoo Temple, Kalibari Temple, Tara Devi Temple, Sanktmochan Temple etc. and Historical Places such as The Christ Church, The Ridge, The Mall, Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex, State Musium of Shimla, Advance Studies, Hp university Summer hill Shimla etc.
Shimla to Kalpa
Kalpa is a small but most beautiful village in Sutlej River Valley famous for its apple onrchards. Kapla is dedicated to Hindu & Buddhist Gods and Goddesses. India’s first ever voter Mr. Shayam Sarar Negi also belongs to Kalpa. Elevation of Kalpa is 2960 mtr (9,710 ft.) View of high mountains are very clear from Kalpa and Sacred Shivling Rock on Kailash is also visible from Kalpa.
Kalpa to Sangla
Sangla Valley is also known as Baspa Valley which starts from Karcham and ends at Chitkul. The valley is surrounded by forested slopes and offers views of high mountains. Baspa River flows in Sangla Valley. Sangla Valley is blessed with famous places like Great Himalaya Kamru Fort, Mata Devi Temple & Bearing Nag Temple. Sangla Valley is a part of Kinnaur.
Sangla to Chitkul and back to Sangla
Chitkul is last village near the Indo-China border. During winter it remains covered with high snow. Chitkul is on the banks of Baspa River & know for first village of the Baspa Valley. Elevation 3,450mtr (11,320 ft).
Sangla to Sojha Jibhi
Shoja is a small village near Jalori Pass (5 KM). Population is very less Shoja is famous for its postcard style vistas covering thick forests of Oak trees everywhere. Main highlight of the place is its calmness and chill topped with snow in winters. People visit Jalori Pass (3125 Meters in altitude) to witness Snow and this small village acts as the base for the same. There aren’t many hotels or guest houses in this village, which serve as base camp of snow vistas and offer beautiful views to tourists.
Jibhi is situated on one of the popular and shortest route connecting Manali to Shimla. This route passes through Banjar Valley (through Jalori Pass).
Jibhi To Manali Drop.