Day-1 Arrival in Chandigarh; Drive to Shimla Arrive at Chandigarh and travel to Shimla (6500+ ft asl - 120 km - 3.5 hrs) for a transit halt before moving only to remote areas
Day-2 Travel from Shimla to Sangla Travel from Shimla to Sangla (9000 ft asl - 225 kms - 5 hours) via Narkanda and Rampur. Sangla is a riverside area in Sangla Valley offering stunning Himalayan views.
Day-3 Batseri Village walk and activties around camp area Batseri Village walk in the morning. Afternoon activities at the camp such as Rock Climbing, Rappelling & River crossing
Day-4 Baspa River Walk Morning walk along the Baspa River from Camp to Sangla village via Trout farm. Afternoon walk to Rakcham village (4 hours). The walk passes through forests, riverside views and stunning himalayan views.
Day-5 Excursion to Chitkul and back Excursion to Chitkul (24 kms and back). Chitkul is a last motorable village before Indo - China border. The area offers stunning Himalayan Views.
Day-6 Drive to Shimla for a transit stay Drive to Shimla for a transit stay (225 kms - 5 hours).
Day-7 Drive to Chandigarh Drive to Chandigarh (130 kms - 7 hours) for onward departure
Chandigarh - Chandigarh is a major business centre and hub for Software, IT and ITES companies. Chandigarh is a tourist destination being a transit point for guests on Delhi - Manali route and an access point to visit neighboring hills of Himachal Pradesh and hill station of Shimla.
Shimla - Shimla being the famous holiday resort that used to enjoy the status of being the summer capital of the British Raj, is now the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Today, Shimla is crowded and overdeveloped over the years and has completely lost its heritage feel.
Sangla - Sangla is a village, situated at an altitude of 8,792 ft in Baspa Valley of Kinnaur District. It has majestic views of Kinner-Kailash Peak