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One of the twelve districts of Himachal Pradesh, northern India, Kinnaur is located in the Kinnaur district. In total, there are six tehsils in the Pooh, Kalpa, and Nichar districts. Reckong Peo is the administrative centre of the district. Kinnaur Kailash is a mountain peak located in this district. After Lahaul and Spiti, it has the second-lowest population density in Himachal Pradesh as of 2011.
Drive to Shimla, which is located at an altitude of 2180 metres above sea level, from Delhi Railway Station. The Mall is a great place to spend the day.
Drive from Shimla to Sarahan via Kufri, Fagu, Narkanda, and Rampur after breakfast. Stop for lunch at Rampur on this route. When you arrive in Sarahan, go to your hotel and check in.
Bhimkali Temple, an 800-year-old example of hill architecture, stands at 2165 metres above sea level in Sarahan, which has a commanding view of Srikhand Mahadev Peak. Enjoy a stunning sunset view of the Shrikhand Peaks. Bhimkali Temple, one of the 51 Shaktipeeths, was also on the itinerary. To truly appreciate this ceremony, you must attend it in the late evening.
Return to your hotel for dinner and a restful night's sleep.
Attend the Bhimkali Temple's morning Aarti. We'll be on our way to Sangla via Karcham after breakfast. Baspa Valley, also known as the prettiest valley in Himachal Pradesh, is your next stop on your journey through the middle Himalayas.
Check into your hotel in Sangla. Sleep soundly tonight after a delicious meal.
After breakfast, visit the Kamru Fort and the Kamakhya Devi Temple, both of which were brought from Assam to the area. Chitkul, the final village on the old Indo-Tibetan trade route, will be our destination after lunch. Orchards of green and a brilliant stream are the setting for this walk. Return to your hotel in Sangla for dinner and a restful night's sleep as the day wears on.
Drive from your hotel to Kalpa after breakfast today. Kalpa, the district capital of Kinnaur, sits at an altitude of 2670 metres above sea level and was once a favourite getaway for Lord Dalhousie. Your hotel will be waiting for you in Kalpa when you arrive. Little has changed in Kalpa in the last 500 years. It was once known as Chini. Lord Dalhousie is said to have come here on horseback whenever he needed a break from his busy schedule in Shimla. A 79-foot-tall rock formation resembling a Shivlinga can be seen by the naked eye on a clear day next to Kalpa, which is located in the Himalayas. Relax in your hotel room after lunch. Hu Bu Lan Kar, a Buddhist Gompa, is a must-see in the evening. Make your way back to your hotel for dinner and a night's sleep.
Enjoy the sunrise over Kinner Kailash Peaks in the early morning. Apple and chilgoza orchards have made Kalpa a popular tourist destination. The fruit, which is about an inch long and covered in soft cover, comes from a pine tree. The Narayan Nagini Temple Complex, which includes shrines to Hindu, Buddhist, and local deities, is a great place to visit after breakfast. Go on an excursion to Roghi Village after lunch, where you can interact with the locals and learn more about the "Pahari" way of life. After dinner, make your way back to your Kalpa hotel for the evening and an overnight stay.
After breakfast, take the 8-hour drive from Kalpa to Shimla. Arrive in Shimla late at night and have the remainder of the day free. Make your way back to your hotel for dinner and a night's sleep.
To get to Delhi, take a train or a plane to Delhi, and then get dropped off at the railway station or airport.