Banjar Valley is coverred with light snow during the winters. Very few tourists visit this region and the number is even less in the winters. That doesn't mean that it is less beautiful during the winter months. The beauty of this place is of the untouched and remote kind which gives you a feeling of being one with nature. It is the gateway to the Great Himalayan National Park and lies on the road from Shimla to Manali. You have to cross the Jalori pass at 10,240 ft to reach the Banjar Valley. As this pass is not very high it is accessible even in winters.
The road near Jalori pass had some sharp bends and is unpaved at certain places. So, in winter this road can be sliperry and needs some extra expertise to ride through. There are very few tourists and vehicles on this road, so you can enjoy its heavenly beauty as you ride through this area.
The itinerary lists the places we will be covering during the trip. Where we stay and how much we travel in a day is just indicative and is subject to change depending on weather condition.
Shimla, is the capital and largest city of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
The colonial architecture and churches, the temples and the natural beauty of the city are
a major attraction here. Shimla also has the largest natural ice skating rink in South Asia.
Owing to its steep terrain, the area around Shimla are ideal for adventure sports like
mountain biking, skiing, etc.
You will receive a warm welcome on arrival at Shimla. Check in to hotel. Meet the team. Local sightseeing. Overnight stay in hotel.
Chindi is located in the Karsog valley of Mandi District in Himachal pradesh. Chindi is located amidst enormous orchards of apples and dense hilly woods of deodars and pines. Chindi being a very small hilly area, not visited by many tourists has its own charm and splendor. The sight of the rambling hills together with the lush green forests and valleys is really something mentionworthy.
Rewalsar is a small town of Himachal Pradesh. The local name for Rewalsar is Trisangam. Rewalsar is sacred to adherents of three major Dharma religions-Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism. The lake around which the town of Rewalsar is established around the rewalsar lake. Stay at hotel.
Off the main highway leading to Kullu from Mandi, Shoja is a small village that can be both quiet and picturesque as well as adventure filled. On the way we cross the evergreen Banjar Valley, also a gateway to The Great Himalayan National Park from its north-eastern side. Serolsar Lake is a beautiful lake, situated at a distance of around 5 km from the Jalori pass in Shoja. This lake is approachable via a walk from Shoja. Overnight stay.
On the way from Shoja to Rohru we cross the Jalori pass (10,240 ft). Rohru is a town in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. It is at the banks of the Pabbar River and is famous for its apples and trout fishing. Rohru is very popular for highly dense forests and jungle ranges. Stay at hotel.
End of trip. Local shopping and you go back with loads of memories.