Thrilling Road Trip to Kinnaur Valley 

17th Oct 2016
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Chitkul Village in the evening- Last Inhabitated village on indo Tibet Border
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Thrilling Drive on Old Himalayan Tibet Road

Kinnaur vally in Himachal has a spectacular terrain of lush green valley , Orchards , Vineyards , Snow clad peaks & cold desert mountains .

A mountainous area, ranging in altitude from 2,320 to 6,816 meters, Kinnaur is one of the smallest districts in India by population. On Make It Happen's curated Trip, you will get to explore lush green orchards of the scenic Sangla Valley to the start magnificence of the Hangrang Valley. The massive Snow clad ranges that provide a regal dignity to the scene are dominated by the peaks of Kinnaur Kailash.

Highlights :

Magnificent view of Kinnaur Kailash Mountain (6050 meters)

Drive through Beautiful remote villages of Kinnaur Valley

Thrilling Drive on old Hindustan-Tibet Road

Lush green Orchards ; beautiful meadows

Experience staying in remote villages

Experience Different culture and language

Visiting Chitkul, Last Indian Village of the valley on Indo-Tibet Border

Itinerary :

Day 1 : Chandigarh to Shimla

Day 2 : Shimla -Sarahan

Day 3 : Sarahan-Sangla

Day 4 : Sangla-Chitkul-Kalpa

Day 5 : Kalpa-Nako

Day 6 : Nako -Kalpa

Day 7 : Kalpa-Shimla

Day 8 : Shimla- Chandigarh


1. All hotel accommodations on double occupancy and on MAP bases (breakfast and dinner included)

2. Guide during the trip

3. All transfers from Chandigarh and drop to Chandigarh

4. All Inner line permits

5. All applicable taxes.

Does not include:

1. Alcohol of any type, soft drinks and mineral water.

2. Staff tips.

3. Monastery and monumental fees.

4. Any that is not mentioned under “includes”

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Nako Lake
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Spending beautiful time with the locals & understanding their culture 
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