Pangi Valley Package Tour From Delhi

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9 Days
Min Age : 18
Max People : 20


Tour Description

Hidden Valley Of Flowers’

Pangi Valley, the forbidden, snowbound destination gifted with natural abundance in the form of dense forests slopes, mighty waterfalls, pristine rivers, snow-capped mountains, floras and faunas, unspoiled meadows, natural lakes, organic farming with traditional techniques, is a landlocked valley in the mid- Himalayan region in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This is a dream destination for photography.

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What to Expect
  • Neat and clean accommodation.
  • Sumptuous vegetarian meals.
  • Visit only up to snow point in case Sach Pass is closed.
  • The exhilarating drive through Sach Pass and Atal Tunnel.
  • The memorable visit to Hudan Bhatori with its forest covered slopes and snowcapped mountains.
  • Interaction with people of villagers to know about their survival techniques in these harsh climatic conditions.
  • The intrigue and folklore deeply ingrained in their mind set.
  • Numerous varieties of wild flowers amid thick vegetation.
  • Only place in Himachal to see Himalayan Mormot at Hudan Bhatori.
  • Abundance of species of birds.
  • Enthralling sunset at Sural Bhatori.
  • The seventy feet high water fall at Sural Bhatori.
  • Ancient Monastery with mural paintings at Sural Bhatori.
  • Beautiful campsite at mesmerizing green carpeted meadows in Sural Bhatori.
  • Study of indigenous agricultural techniques devoid of any pesticide and chemical fertilizers.
  • Picturesque three Kms. Trek along the river through small hamlets and lush agricultural fields to water fall.

Departure & Return Location


Departure Time

As per schedule


Day 1. Delhi-Manali: 560kms km/12 Hours:

On this day we will pick you up from your hotel/Airport/Railways station early in the morning and briefing session will take place regarding Pangi Valley Adventure. You will be transferred to Manali.ill take place

Day 2. Manali-Killar: 186 kms/8 Hours

We will board the vehicle for Killar, which will take us through Atal Tunnel. Lunch will be on the way and we will reach Killar in the afternoon. Overnight stay will be in Killar.

Day 3. Killar-Hudan Bhatori-Killar: 16km/2 hour:

After breakfast, we will start our journey to Hudan Bhatori a quaint village nestled in the high mountains of Pangi Valley. It is a steep ascent from Killar to Hudan Bhatori. The distance is around sixteen Km, and it takes are 2.30 hours to reach there due to steep and narrow roads.
On arrival, Buddhist prayer flags will greet at the entrance of this hamlet. Mother Nature has endowed unrivaled natural splendor with a water body, green pastures, high mountains, snow-covered peaks, mighty waterfalls, and plenty of flora and fauna at this destination. This is the place where you will also find Mormots.
After visiting Hudan Bhatori we will be returning to Killar in the evening. Overnight stay will be in Killar.

Day 4. Killar-Sural Bhatori: 44 km/2 hour

After breakfast, we will be moving to Sural Bhatori. It is forty-four km away from Killar, but it will take around two hours to reach there due to harsh terrain and narrow road. On this day we will explore the meadows and nearby places of our campsite.
We will be staying two nights in this unmatched lap of nature at the campsite at Sural Bhatori.

Day 5.Sural Bhatori:

On this day, after breakfast with packed lunch, we will embark on a trekking tour to a beautiful waterfall around two km away from Sural Bhatori. On the way, we will visit a Buddhist Monastery. The trek will pass through the villagers’ agriculture fields, which look so scenic in the backdrop of the snow-covered peaks and lush green grasslands. One can spot the diverse species of birds, and it is a paradise for ornithologists. One can also discover a range of medicinal plants and a different assortment of colorful flowers and is also called a hidden valley of flowers in Himachal Pradesh and is also fit to be called the ultimate paradise for the Botanist and follower of herbal medicine.
One can find villagers attending to their agricultural land. One can chit-chat with them and get informed about their daily chores, way of life, spiritual thoughts, hardships, and their moment of joy. It is essential to share ideas for the betterment of the local population.
After arrival at the Water Fall, take pleasure in the intrigue created by the droplets of this magnificent spectacle of Mother Nature. It is 70 meters high, but the setting is such that the sight of this natural wonder can take the breath out of anyone.
We will be leaving this magnificent site around 2.00 p.m. The number of rivulets we had crossed in the morning will rise due to Sun, and it will become difficult to cross them. Overnight stay will be in camp at Sural Bhatori.

Day 6. Sural Bhatori-Sacch Pass-Killar: 66 km/ 5 Hours

On this day we will start early from Sural Bhatori for our most exciting journey to Sach Pass (Snow Point). This will take through snow walls, snow tunnels, numerous waterfalls, and dancing clouds. After spending time and enjoying the snow at Sacch Pass (Snow Point) return back to Killar for an overnight stay.

Day 7. Killar-Udaipur-Miyar Valley: 102 km/4 Hours

On this day we will move to Miyar Valley. The sight of glaciers, snowfields, waterfalls, numerous varieties of orchids, and snow-covered peaks are the main attractions of Miyar Valley. The road ends at Shukto Village and after crossing the Miyar Nullah is the last village of Miyar Valley Kanjer. Overnight stay in the Miyar Valley/Udaipur.

Day 8.Miyar Valley/Udaipur-Manali: 140 km/5 Hours

On this day after breakfast move for Manali and on the way visit Trilokinath temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Pass through Tandi, the confluence of Chandra and Bhaga Rivers. From Tandi one road leads to Leh and the second one proceeds towards the Pangi Valley. We reach Manali by 2.00 pm and overnight stay will be in Manali.

Day 9. Manali Delhi: 560 kms/12 Hours

On this day we will board the vehicle for Delhi, reaching Delhi in the night. Tour concludes

  • Transport : SUV, Tempo Traveller from Delhi to Delhi.
  • Accommodation: Hotels (5 nights) and Camping (3 nights) on twin sharing basis.
  • Meals: Breakfast and dinner throughout the Pangi Adventure Delight.
  • Entrance fees: All the entrance fees to the places as mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Guide Fees: All guide fees for the places mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Taxes: : All transport permit charges and accommodation taxes.
Included Activities
  • Sacch Pass: Photographic session.
  • Killar: Visit to the temple of local Deity.
  • Hudan Bhatori: Trekking to Shankar Mahadev and natural Lake.
  • Hudan Bhatori: Village walk.
  • Sural Bhatori: Trekking to monastery and water fall.
  • Sural Bhatori: Village Walk
  • Sural Bhatori: Walk to the meadows for exciting sun set.
  • Sural Bhatori: Interaction with villagers
  • Miyar Valley: Short trek to get the feel of the valley.
  • Expenses of personal nature, like medicines and cosmetics.
  • Tips and gratitude.
  • Only meals as mentioned in inclusions.
  • Expenditure incurred due to inclement weather, Road Block or health conditions
  • 5 % GST
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Services not specified above.

Available dates for Booking: 2022-04-23, 2022-05-14, 2022-06-04, 2022-07-09, 2022-08-12



Q 1. Where is Pangi Valley in India located?

Ans. The Pangi valley in India is in the Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh across Sacch Pass. It is around 180 km from Chamba. The average altitude of Pangi valley is 10,500 meters from sea level.

Q 2. How to reach Pangi Valley?

Ans. There is three routes to reach Pangi Valley: Through Chamba, across Sacch Pass, the second from Manali via the newly opened Jawahar Tunnel, and the third is via Kishtwar from Kashmir side. Before the Jawahar Tunnel, people of the valley used to take the Kishtwar route during winters, when Sacch Pass got blocked due to heavy snowfall.

Q 3. What is the best time to visit the Pangi Valley in India?

Ans. The best time to visit the Pangi Valley in India is from May, June, and September to October to get the feel of the place. Suppose the visitors have a penchant for Ornithology, Botany. The best month is August. Pangi Valley drapes itself in carpets of vivid, colorful flowers and medicinal plants are quite widespread during this period. Various kinds of birds flock to the valley.

Q 4. Is it safe to visit the Pangi Valley in India for a solo lady traveler?

Ans. Yes. It is pretty safe to visit Pangi Valley for solo lady travelers. The people are helpful, hospitable, and easy to talk to in the Himalayas. It is advisable to organize a trip with a reputed travel agency as decent accommodation is quite scarce.

Q 5. What about ATM availability in the Pangi Valley in India?

Ans. At Pangi Valley, there is no ATM. Still, ATMs availability is widespread on the way to Pangi Valley at , Manali. Ensure enough cash while leaving Manali.

Q 6. What kind of clothes is to be carried to Pangi Valley in India?

Ans. Heavy woolens in winters and light woolens in summer to be carried to Pangi Valley in India.

Q 7. Are their hotels in Pangi Valley in India?

Ans. Yes, there are few stay options in Pangi Valley in India. It is still advisable to organize the trip through a reliable travel agency.

Q 8. Is the Pangi Valley in India worth visiting?

Ans. Due to its remoteness, the casual tourist doesn’t visit this hidden valley of Himachal Pradesh. Due to this reason, it is not at all touristy and qualifies for the offbeat destination. If you admire the raw natural beauty of snow-covered peaks of lofty mountains, pristine meadows, and un-spoilt green serene surroundings, then definitely Pangi Valley in India is worth visiting. It is also a paradise for ornithologists, botanists, and photography enthusiasts.

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