Kaza to Bhaba (Kinnaur)

Takeover Point: Manali / Delhi

Duration: 12-15 Days

Season: May to October


Maximum Elevation: 4890 m

Region: Manali

Grade : Easy

Standard Trekking Plan

Day 1: Takeover from AIRPORT – Most international flights lands in night- we provide takeover from airport and shift to hotel. Take rest. If you are coming from DOMESTIC FLIGHT- you can reach CHANDIGARH same day.


Day 2: Reaching CHANDIGARH – In moderate traffic of DELHI- it can take 5-6 hrs in reaching CHANDIGARH. Chandigarh is modern and planned city of INDIA. Do have a visit in evening at internationaly famous ROCK GARDEN,ROSE GARDEN and SUKHNA LAKE.


Day 3: Reaching RECONG PEO- We start travel after breakfast andit is a long traveling day to reach RECONG PEO.


Day 4: Rest Day – We suggest you to take local walking in mountain as this willhelp you in getting acclimitized to mountain air.


Day 5: Kaza-Sagnam: 1685m

Sagnam is situated on the right bank of river Pin. One has to experience a ride on a JHOOLA bridge to reach the village. This is a single wire suspension bridge which is crossed sitting in a sling and sliding on the wire with the help of an Ibex horn. World famous breed of horses called Chaumurti can be seen in this valley.


Day 6: Sagnam-Mud: 3600m- 11 kms

Mud is the last village in the valley. Trekkers will like to see Sword dance performed by wandering lamas called Buzhen.


Day 7: Mud-Laptse: 12 kms

From Mud follow the right bank-of river Pin. Go upstream till reach the campsite at uninhabited place called Laptse.


Day 8: Laptse-Devachan:13 kms

Climb upstream the Pin river on the right bank. Devachan offers very good view of high and snowy peaks.


Day 9: Devachan-Got: 10 kms

Climb to the pass, alti 4890 m. The descent is slow. Camp near the tree line on the meadow.


Day 10: Got-Bhabha: 11 kms

Bhabha is a true Kinnauri village. Good rest house facility available.


Day 11: Reaching SHIMLA – Hotel stay.


Day 12: Reaching Delhi-Hotel stay.


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