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Mountain Jeep Safari
The cold deserts and rough tracks of the Himalayan region welcomes you to an all new option of jeep safari which is less exhausting and give you an opportunity of extreme exploration of rarest wilderness unlike a cycling or trekking venture.
Day 1: Delhi
Our departure from Delhi lands up to the historic city of Shimla. Shimla was established during the British raj as a hill station site for British officials. The summer capital of J&K beholds some beautiful British Raj buildings with an English architectural style.
The mall area a famous hangout and a shopping spree have lot of such houses of British era built along the ridge. Besides this our sightseeing shall include paying a holy visit to the Jakhu temple dedicated to Hanuman (God of the monkeys) and is situated to an altitude of 2455 meters near the highest Shimla ridge.
Day 4-5: Sarahan
The fourth day we shall begin our jeep safari in true sense as we head towards the secluded little village of Sarhan, which has preserved its natural surroundings without much influences of commercialization unlike Shimla. We reach Sarahan via Narkand. The area`s main attraction is the Shrikhand Mahadeva peak looming at 5155 meters. In Sarahan we stay in an authentic hotel. Next day we walk to explore some nearby villages like Ranmin & Bashal, also pay homage to the Bhima Kali timber temple a rare combination of Buddhist & Hindu architecture. The temple is renowned for a unique tradition of Satluj valley where the holy shrine is raised on a wooden platform, some part of which are thought to be as old as 800 years.
As we continue our jeep safari to Sangla (2680m) to camp along the river Baspa we come across some beautiful mountains where our sagacity asks to stop and enjoy the heavenly beauty that touches your soul. Sangla is the largest village of the valley. The area is blessed enough to get magnificent view of the high peaks like the Kailash (6600m) and the ages old wooden forts, temples as old as 500 years.
Day 8: Puh
Day eight we journey to the little hamlet of Puh (3200 m) and we can clearly sense the Buddhist culture dominating in the region and a mirroring change from lush green terrain to more dry and rocky surrounding. We wind our day resting in our tents for a night before we continue our journey next morning.
Day 9: Kaza
A fresh day leads us to a new destination at 3480m. En-route to Tabo monastery, which is famous for its outer structure made up of mud, but has beautiful frescoes within.
Day 10: Batal
The tenth day brings along exploring some more monasteries like the Kyi and Spiti monastery famous for rare paintings and scriptures. Moving further to the highest village in the world-kibber located at 4400 m and reach Batal via Kunzum Pass for an overnight stay.
Day 11 & 12: Manali
After breakfast start ascend towards Kongmaru La (5100m) the highest pass on the trek. The pass offers nice views of mountains and villages of the Indus valley. As we contibue to move further the steep descend will lead us to Shang Sumdo where we will camp for last night of trek.
Day 13 & 14: Delhi
As we drive back to Delhi visiting Govardhan en-route. This site is situated near Mathura the birthplace of Lord Krishna, its significance as a legend claims that Lord Krishan lifted the Govardhan Parvat (hill) on the tip of his finger to shelter the inhabitants of Braj from a deluge. The entire hill is circumambulated by thousands of pilgrims every year. It's a fascinating place to. Back in Delhi we visit the Old city, where a bicycle rickshaw ride through the narrow laneways will take us to the Jama Masjid - the largest mosque in India. Besides this enjoy the historic walk through some amazing buildings of the Delhi Sultanate including the Red fort, Qutub Minar- Highest Tower from the medieval India.
Our tour concludes with our winding up of luggage's and lots of memories to cherish while we transfer you to the airport for your departure.
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