Himachal nature tour
09 Days / 08 Nights Days Himachal nature Tour
This Bird Watching Tour is a ideal tour for bird-watchers with good physical fitness and who can walk in areas of high altitude. The tour lets you take in stunning views as well as gives you a great bird watching experiences. Take a look at the top tourist spots while in the capital of India. Travel through Narkanda stopping along the way to observe birds. Take a leisurely drive until Sangla and explore the stunning valleys in the Greater Himalayas. Make sure to visit Tirthan Valley to see the main attraction of this location, which includes a colleges, Monal, and Koklas.
Day 1: Drive : Chandigarh to Mashobra
After arriving in Chandigarh take a drive to Mashobra. Stay the night in the hotel with a stunning panorama of Himalays.
Day 2 - Shimla sightseeing
Post breakfast, proceed for an excursion to Kufri, a must-visit place. Placed at an altitude of 2290 m above the sea level. When back in Shimla, visit Mall Road.
Kufri is a picturesque hill station located in Himachal Pradesh, about 16km away from Shimla. It was previously component of the Kingdom of Nepal and means “lake” within the Nepali language. Kufri is well-known for its white mountains along with parks, wildlife and peace.
It is known by its alpine slopes as well as outdoors activities Kufri attracts large numbers of people looking to participate in skiing and sledging, tobogganing as well as riding on yaks. The open areas also permit camping, where you can gather around bonfires and relax in the atmosphere while eating dinner beneath the night sky! Go to the Himalayan Nature Park to observe the countless animals and birds that it has.
Viceregal Lodge & Botanical Gardens
Viceregal Lodge is surrounded by gorgeous pinseed trees that are well kept garden and roses . Also known as Rashtrapati Niwas Viceregal Lodge, the Viceregal Lodge is among the most renowned and historical landmarks of the region. It is undoubtedly one of the most popular spots to see at Shimla. It is situated on the beautiful Observatory hill in Shimla the architectural wonder draws thousands of visitors each year, and has grown into an essential destination for those curious about the architectural marvel.
Whether you’re planning to enjoy a short city break or want to get away from the bustle and craziness of your daily routine The Mall Road of Shimla can be the ideal tourist destination to explore.
In the middle of city life, Mall Road is a major source of entertainment for travelers from all ages. It’s become a popular location for locals to meet during the evening. It provides a more relaxed atmosphere for admiring the stunning views of nature while sipping the cup of coffee. You’ll discover a unique combination of traditional cultures, magnificent mountains and a rich history, tranquil waterfalls and exciting sporting activities.
Day 3 - Drive Mashobra to Sangla
Drive leisurely to Sangla exploring through the breathtaking gorges of the Greater Himalayas. Rejoice an evening bird walk at Sangla. Overnight stay in tented camps.
Day 4: : Sangla Sightseeing
Take a drive down to Chitkul which is the last village that is surrounded by fields of green and mountain peaks of high elevation. The route stops to observe birds on the way. Later, you will return back to Sangla. Sleep in tents.
The village is situated on the historic Indo-Tibetan Road, and nestled in the Sangla Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Chitkul is believed to be the last village that was inhabited within the Indian boundaries. It is located at 3,450 meters and just 28 km from Sangla, Chitkul is like an entrance to a scenery of stunning beauty and a peaceful setting. The area is surrounded by orchids, mountains, massive meadows, rocks and rivers, as well as jungles as well as grasslands Chitkul offers a distinctive character that is unique among hill stations. A bus or car ride to Chitkul’s village Chitkul is a pleasurable trip. Tourists can trek through the forest nearby, and also to the wildlife sanctuary.
DAY 05: Drive Sangla to Sarahan
Proceed toSarahan a beautiful village dominated by Srikhand Mahadev peak and surrounded by apple orchar. The Srikhand Mahadev peak is closely resembling the form in Shivlinga as well. Bhimakali temple is a significant tourist attraction worth visiting. Relax and enjoy the day while watching birds. Visit the Phesant.
Srikhand Mahadev Peak
Shrikhand Mahadev, which is one of the most challenging pilgrimages in India is known as the god Lord Shiva as portrayed in Hindu Mythology. It is also a thrilling and thrilling trek through Himachal. It is a trek through the beautiful and extravagant setting of the majestic Himalayas up to the summit of the Shrikhand Mahadev peak at a elevation that is 16900 feet higher than sea level. This holy place is located in Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh.
According to legend, the temple was constructed where the ear of Sati was shattered. It was later transformed into an altar of worship in the form of an Pitha or Sthan. In the present, as an unmarried woman, the image of this goddess eternal is blessed on the upper floor of the building. In the lower storey the goddess in her form is depicted as Parvati is her daughter from Himalaya is honored as the divine consort of Shiva.
Day 06: Drive Sarahan to Tirthan Valley
Depart to next bird watching destination Goshaini via Jalori pass & Shoja. In the evening leave for Goshaini. Spend overnight in a tourist lodge at Tirthan valley.
It is located around 100 kilometers from Shimla located in Kullu, Jalori Pass is located far from the bustle of city life. The peaceful ambiance provided by the majestic Himalayas offers unbeatable chances to relax the body and enjoy the beauty of nature. The blooming of the flowers in the region , along with the diverse flora and fauna amid the stunning tranquility of the mountains soothes the senses of all trekkers.
The hamlet of Shoja, which is located inside Seraj Valley, links the Shimla and Kullu districts. Shoja village is far from the main roads for the most part, which is probably why the unexplored feel. The mountains are sloping and covered with verdure conifers, deodars and conifers stretching across the entire area and a stunning panorama of snow-covered peaks it is a stunning location.
DAY 07: Tirthan Valley Sightseeing
Begin your day by taking walks with birds towards The Great Himalayan National Park. Later in the afternoon, you can walk downriver Tirthan. Also, visit Jibhi as well as Bahu. Stay overnight in Tourist lodge at Tirthan.
The Great Himalayan National Park
It is a National Park in the western portion of the Himalayan Mountains in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh is characterized by alpine high alpine peaks, meadows, and riverine forest. The property is comprised of 90,540 ha. mountains with glacial uppers as well as snow meltwater sources for numerous rivers, as well as the areas of the catchments for water supply which are essential for millions of users downstream. The GHNPCA safeguards the monsoon-affected forests and alpine meadows of Himalayan Front Ranges. The site is part of the Himalaya biodiversity hotspot that encompasses 25 different forest types with a diverse collection of species of fauna, many of which are in danger. This makes the area of outstanding importance for conservation of biodiversity.
The mountains are always enticing and provide an opportunity to refresh our minds. We can vouch for our unending affection for the Himalayas we can’t forget how much we yearn for those cozy hideaways, free of any crowd.
Bahu an unassuming village located within Banjar Tehsil in Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is located just 5 kilometers far from Banjar and 9 kilometers away from Jibhi. I’ve always felt that this part of Himachal is the most peaceful and peaceful.
DAY 08: Drive Tirthan Valley to Chandigarh
The next morning, you will drive toward Chandigar. When you arrive in Chandigarh you will be transferred to the hotel, which is fitted with modern amenities.
DAY 09: Drive Chandigarh to delhi
Spend morning bird watching at the Delhi Zoo. Relax in the afternoon. Transfer to the airport for journey ahead.
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