Manali Volvo Package from Delhi

by Gulafsha Khan SEO & SMO Expert

Manali Volvo package from Delhi is a real challenge to the visitors. The route lies in difficult terrain, rough road and inclement weather passing over the highest pass Kunzam (4551 metres) and Kibber village. The moderate type of accommodation and catering facilities are provided and Rest Houses are used for stay wherever available. In other cases tented accommodation is provided. The aged persons and ailing people may face some difficulties due to high altitude and extreme climate. The experience has shown that those who are physically fit and not above 50 years may verify their speed and stamina for this tour. However, first-aid etc is always available.

Conducted sightseeing Manali tour by Volvo:

Kinnaur, the north-eastern frontier district of Himachal Pradesh lies on the banks of the Sutlej River. Its unique characteristics are its language, historical background and natural phenomenon.

Legendary Kinners, it is described by the epic stories that they are heavenly musicians and they depict sorrows of their pathetic life in their singing and dancing. More than a hundred festivals are celebrated in a year. It is believed that the Pandavas spent here some time during exile in Kinnaur and from here they moved towards the Kailash Parvat.

Lahaul & Spiti:

The Lahaul & Spiti rugged valleys lie at a height of (910 to 1475 metres) above sea level. Spiti is a cold mountain desert, on the Tibetan border and flanked by the Kullu district. Lahaul and Spiti are known for their monasteries, locally called Gompas, which are big repositories of Buddhism. Khardong, Shashur, Gemur and Guru Ghaantal are some of the famous monasteries. Some of the interesting features of the flag-bedecked Gompas are the huge barrel like prayer drums which revolve at a slight touch and are rotated by Lamas as they perambulate these lobbies in grave meditation. There are also ornate paintings of saints and demons and a Buddha of a giant size swathed in purple and white, with many attendant effigies of lesser divinities.

These monasteries also serve as centers of cultures and have influenced religious life of the people for centuries. They also testify to the powers in cultural links that exist between the Buddhist centers in India and the entire Buddhist world.

The people of the area are religious and an atmosphere of spiritual delight pervades the entire valley. Their religious and economic life is inextricably entwined with the monastic order.


1st Day: Delhi-Shimla (370 km)

Departure from Chandralok building, 36 Janpath, New Delhi early morning arriving Shimla in the evening (9-10 hours) drive.

2nd Day: full day at Shimla in connection with formalities about Inner Line Permits etc.

3rd Day: Shimla-Sarahan (183 km)

Depart Shimla by Volvo in the morning, arriving sarahan by evening. Not many places in Himachal Pradesh present such a gorgeous spectacle of snow-covered Himalayan ranges, a picture of unpretentious village of Sarahan. It also commands a view of the Abode of Lord Shiva. A mixture of Hindu and Buddhist architecture, the ancient temple of Bhimakali is the main attraction for tourists.

4th Day: Sarahan-Sangla (4 km, 4 hours drive)

The Baspa valley is the fantastic valley in the Himalayas. The bewitching scenery and great picturesque is a memorable one for humanity.

5th Day: Sangla-Kalpa (51 km, 4 hours drive)

Kalpa is the district headquarters of Kinnaur and is situated at a height of 2,960 metres, once a favorite haunt of Lord Dalhouse. In front of Kalpa is an impressive picturesque of the Raldang Kailash across the Sutlej River.

6th Day: Kalpa-Tabo (133 km, 7hours drive)

Distances of way between Kalpa- Yangthang are 86 km; Sumdo is 20 km; and Tabo is just 27 km.

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