Offbeat Himachal Tour


Offbeat Himachal Tour

  • Hotels
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transfers

Himachal Pradesh is among the most visited top mountain tourist places in North India, Himalayas region. It gifts you with memories that last for a lifetime. Its landscape has a lot to do with it: valleys, mountains, ancient monasteries, historical sites, lakes, mountain passes! A Himachal Pradesh tour satisfies the wanderlust in you, whatever it is you may be looking for. Pick up any Himachal travel guide, chances are you will be hooked on to it within a few minutes. The state has so much to offer, no wonder it’s a top tourist attraction in North India. Himachal Pradesh tourism has something in store for nature lovers, honeymooners, adventure lovers, history buffs and spiritual seekers. The contrast in its diversity is to be seen to be believed. You have lush valleys like Kinnaur, Kullu and Kangra & barren terrains of Lahaul & Spiti. Tales of Malana fascinate tourists as much as the Buddhist culture in Mcleodganj. Exploring Dalhousie, with its rich colonial past, is sheer delight. The famous Hill stations like Shimla, Kullu & Manali are dotted with meadows, orchards, quaint villages & rich colonial past.

Day 1

Arrival Delhi/Delhi – Mandi (412 Kms / 09 Hrs.) or Arrive Chandigarh / Chandigarh to Mandi (185 Kms / 05 Hrs.)

Arrive at Delhi/Chandigarh Railway station or Airport and drive to Mandi. The historic town of Mandi (800m) is situated along the banks of river Beas. It has long been an important commercial centre, and the sage Mandava is said to have meditated here. Mandi is renowned for its 81 temples and their enormous range of fine carving. Mandi is known as the ‘Kashi of the Hills’. The town also has remains of old palaces and notable examples of colonial architecture. Mandi is the gateway to the Jenjehli valley & Kullu valley and acts as a base for several exciting excursions.

Evening at leisure, personal activities & relax after long journey. Overnight stay at hotel

Day 2

Mandi City Sightseeing Tour 'Kashi of the Hills'

After breakfast start sightseeing tour to “Kashi of Hills”. Mandi town itself (760m) is a very old town built around a sunken garden, first of its type in this side of the country. Old bazaars and exquisitely sculpted stone temples of Panchvaktra, Trilokinath, Bhootnath & Mahamritunjya attract the eyes of any beholder. Shyamakali temple at Tarna hill is a 17th century shrine and its surroundings present a panoramic view of the town. Mandi has one of the oldest degree colleges in the State and a big playground ‘paddal’ in front of it. The International festival of “Shivratri” held in Mandi

At evening walk at The Indira market famous shopping place of Mandi, later back to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel

Day 3

Mandi - Excursion Tour to Prashar Lake (50 Kms / 02 Hrs.)

After breakfast drive to Prashar Lake. The beautiful Prashar Lake is located high in the mountains. It is here that the sage Prashar is said to have meditated.  On the lake’s edge is a three storied Pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage. Capped with a roof of slate tiles, the temple has a wealth of wood carvings. An old temple it is said to have been built by Raja Ban Sen of Mandi in the 14th century. An entire panorama of snowy mountain ranges is visible from this location.

At evening walk at The Indira market famous shopping place of Mandi, later back to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel

Day 4

Mandi to Rewalsar Lake (25 Kms / 45 Mins)

After breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Rewalsar. Rewalsar is equally sacred to Hindus, Sikhs & Buddhists. It was from this place that Padam Sambhava a zealous teacher & Buddhist missionary left for Tibet to preach his new doctrine of Buddhism.   The Hindus believe that it was here that Rishi Lomas did his penance in devotion to Lord Shiva. Rewalsar is important to the Sikhs who have a Gurudwara built in commemoration of Guru Gobind Singh’s visit to this place.  It is a very sacred place for the Bhutanese, who are following this doctrine of religion as their State Religion. So there is a temple, gompa and gurudwara, besides the holy lake with floating islands.

Later visit Naina Devi temple situated on the top of mountain ridge, the view offer by the top is tremendous, in clear day most the ranges of Himalayas are visible from here, also the view of Balh Valley and high snow-clad mountains of Pir-Pinjal range surely make your day.

Evening walk around Rewalsar Lake & explore the Buddhists culture. Overnight stay at hotel/guest house

Day 5

Rewalsar To Janjehli (130 Kms / 05 Hrs)

After breakfast drive to Janjehli via Chail Chowk, Bagsiad, which considerer a gateway to the Janjehli valley. Just before Janjelhi town there is Pandav Shila, the locals believe that Bhim had put the massive rock there & even a kid can make the massive rock move.

Janjehli valley with its lush green meadows surrounded by lofty pines and deodars and a rivulet presents an enchanting view. On the left side of the village are Apple orchards.

Evening walk around Janjehli village & explore the local culture. Overnight stay at guest house/home stay

Day 6

Janjehli - Excursion Tour To Shikari Devi (40 Kms / 02 Hrs.)

After breakfast drive & trek to Shikari Devi Temple, The Shikari Devi temple is devoted to Shikari Devi the Goddess revered in the form of stone idol. It is a temple without roof. All attempts to cover the Goddess with roof have failed. A trek to this ancient shrine is enchanting.

According to the legends, it is believed that the hunters in the early years once worshipped the Goddess on the mountain asking for success in their hunt. Most probably, the name of the temple has originated from the name of the Goddess Shikari Devi. Evening back to Janjehli and walk around village & explore the valley Overnight stay at guest house/home stay

Day 7

Janjehli To Chandigarh (230 Kms / 08 Hrs.) or Delhi (460 Kms / 12 Hrs.)

After breakfast check out from hotel and drive to Chandigarh/Delhi airport or train station and board flight or train back to home


  • Assistance on arrival & departure at airport or railway station.
  • Accommodation at hotels/resorts as per the itinerary.
  • Breakfast & Dinner at the hotels/resorts
  • All transfers, excursions and sightseeing tours will be by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Road taxes, parking fee, fuel charges and interstate taxes.

  • GST (5%)
  • Any Airfare or Train
  • Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”.
  • The Services of Vehicle is not included on leisure days & after finishing the sightseeing tour as per the Itinerary
  • Guide fee, Camera fee & any monument Entrances
  • Medical & Travel insurance
  • Any changes you may choose to make during your tour
  • Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc.
  • Monument Entry Charges/Heating system/Any Local Ride Not Included.
  • AC will not work in Hill Stations
  • As per Himachal Government Ruling outsiders not go to do the Rohtang Pass & Guest Have to Take Car from union on Direct Payment Basis

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