Manali & Jibhi tour

09 Days / 08 Nights Days Himachal nature Tour

Manali is a year-round magnet for tourists. Backpackers come to hang out in the hippy villages around the main town. Adventure tourists come for trekking, paragliding, rafting and skiing. jibhi is a tiny town in the Banjar Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Jibhi is a picturesque small, simple and ancient Himalayan village situated by the bank of flowing Tirthan the river, which is a tributary of the Beas river.

Day 1: Drive Chandigarh to Manali

On arrival at Chandigarh airport our assigned driver will pick-up and transfer to Manali. On the way visit Pandoh Dam and Kullu Shawl factory. On arrival in Manali check-in the hotel. Evening at leisure. Dinner and night stay at the hotel in Manali.  

Day 2: Manali Sightseeing

After breakfast proceed for a full day Manali local sightseeing, visit Hadimba Temple, Monastery, Old Manali, Naggar Castle, Roerich art gallery and in the evening enjoy A walk on Mall road Manali. Dinner and night stay at hotel. 


Locally referred to as the Dhungiri Temple, Hidimba Devi temple or Hadmiba temple is among the most sought-after places to visit in Manali. The structure, which is four stories tall, is located in an area of forest, which is called Dhungiri Van Vihar. The people of the area name the shrine after it’s name because of its nearby forest. It is dedicated to goddess Hadimbi (wife of Bheem (one from the five Pandava brothers in the epic Mahabharata) The temple was constructed in 1553. The top roof, which is conical, is made of metal, and the three other square-shaped floors are topped with tiles of timbre. There’s also the 24-meter tall tower.


Padmini Palace was Rani Padmavati’s royal home. She is known for her bravery, exquisite beauty and a sharp mind. It is located in the majestic Chittorgarh Fort. There is also an exquisite lotus-pond amidst it. The Padmini Palace is a highly acclaimed architecture, known for its intricateness. It attracts tourists from all over India and around the globe, who come to learn about the history of the palace and the bravery and splendour that Rani Padmavati is famous for.


Manali has a number of colorful monasteries that reflect the rich heritage and culture that the Tibetan people who settled on the hills of Kullu in Kullu and Manali. Manali is surrounded by tiny shops that sell exquisite carpets and other handicrafts that were designed by Tibetan people who reside near these monasteries. These Tibetan Monasteries also operate an Thanks School of Arts and an a Carpet-weaving center to preserve old Tibetan art. The murals in these buildings illustrate scenes from Lord Buddha’s life.

Day 3 - Drive Manali – Rohtang Pass / Snow Point sightseeing

After breakfast proceed for a full day excursion to the Mighty Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. Dinner and night stay at the hotel in Manali.  


Jagatpita Brahma Mandir, or the Brahma temple in Pushkar (Rajasthan), is the most well-known Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Brahma, who is believed to be the creator of all things. It is the only temple in India dedicated to Brahma and attracts thousands of pilgrims each year. Because of the Brahma Temple, Pushkar appears holy. It is also mentioned in the top ten most sacred religious sites in the world as well as the five sacred pilgrimages of Hindus in India.


50 kilometers from north Manali to fifty kilometers to the northwest of the Eastern Pir Panjal lies Rohtang Pass the perfect natural spectacle. It connects two stunning valleys in Himachal Pradesh namely Manali along with Lahaul & Spiti. The bikers and adventurers reach Rohtang passes in Manali traversing treacherous roads, their treacherous curves, and often turbulent conditions. The reward is the view of mountains covered in snow, taking in pure mountain air and feeling the adrenaline rush of a difficult trip.

Day 4: Drive Manali to jibhi

After breakfast transfers to Jibhi. In the afternoon sightseeing of Tirthan Valley. Dinner and night stay in Jibhi.

Tirthan Valley

Tirthan Valley in Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh is perched at 1600m over sea level. The name comes from the Tirthan River flowing through it, Tirthan Valley lies around 3km from the entry point of the Great Himalayan National Park. The area is full of adventure activities and is a paradise for nature enthusiasts.

DAY 5: Jibhi seightseeing

After breakfast, Jibhi Sightseeing: visit water fall, Bahu Special, Balo Temple, Shesh Nag Temple etc. evening walk around the village. Dinner and night stay at Cottage or camp.


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 06: Drive Jibhi – Chandigarh

After breakfast proceed to Chandigarh. On arrival drop at railway station

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