New Year With Himachalis

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To one degree or another, we’re all looking for places that fire our imagination, places that call to us. The places that make it easier to breathe, but at the same time, have the power to leave us breathless.

Let’s begin…

Day 1 – Shimla to Narkanda- Check-in at our Wild Himalayan Glamping Camp which has one of the most beautiful mountain views. Get yourselves comfortable and get ready to know the unknown.

Day 2 – Kalpa ‘Once Called CHINI’- We will leave for Kalpa after a beautiful sunrise and breakfast. The most beautiful part about this settlement is – how magically the Buddhist and Hindu worshiping complexes were fused together architecturally and in belief. One can see the entire Kinnaur Kailash mountain range in the background of the town. The streets are studded with Kinnauri apples, apricots and kind people.

Day 3 – Tabo- ‘Ajanta of the Himalayas’- Tabo is the most well planned and well maintained town in Spiti valley. Founded in 966AD, Tabo Gompa is famous for wall paintings and statues. It’s often calls the Ajanta of Himalaya. Reason behind is there are same paintings in both places. In terms of area it is the largest monastic complex in Spiti, in old section has nine temples.

Day 4 & 5 – The ultimate Himalayan town- Kaza or Kaja as the locals say, is the headquarters of Spiti Valley in the Lahaul and Spiti district. The city is well developed with almost all infrastructures amidst dry cold deserts as context. Kaza has a lot to offer in terms of culture and belief, besides the shopping arcade, Café’s and eating joints. Best time to explore the real harshness of winters and very less people indeed.

Day 6 – Kaza to Rampur- Located by the banks of river Satluj, Rampur used to be the capital of former princely state of Bushahr in the 18th-century. Since it fell on the ancient trade route to Afghanistan, Ladakh, China and Tibet, Rampur benefited from a wide range of economic and cultural activities. It’s still a bustling town and a melting pot of cultures of the region.

Day 7 – Time to say “bye” to these mountains and leave the memories with you. Drop off to Shimla.

 

Points to be noted:

  • Stay type: Homestay/Camping/Hotel
  • Duration: 6 nights/7 days
  • Food: Breakfast and Dinner will be provided. You’re free to explore anything you’d love to for lunch.
  • Trip type: Backpacking & Roadtrip
  • The above mentioned stays are the best available for this season.
  • Motojojo holds the right to cancel the trip due to unforeseen circumstances (eg. weather) or in which case, a refund will not be provided. 
  • Stays can be changed at the last moment based on availability.
  • The cost is about to vary(increase) if the number of people increase/decrease.
  • An indemnity form will be provided at the start of the trip to be signed. 
  • Valid photo identity card (Passport / Driving License / Voter ID card) is mandatory.
  • Room upgradation will not be entertained unless specified at the time of booking.

 

Inclusions:

  • -Internal travel from and back to Shimla throughout the journey.
  • -Accommodation at homestays/hotels on sharing basis. (Any requirements should be informed on call/email)
  • -All the places of interests and attractions mentioned in the itinerary is subject to weather, political conditions in the area.
  • -Breakfast and Dinner
  • -All activities and visits included in the itinerary.
  • -Fuel, Driver/Guide, Car
  • -Amazing memories 🙂

 

Exclusions:

  • Expenses sustained by individuals above the facilities provided by Motojojo. 
  • Beverages/snacks/lunch. You are free to explore these as per taste and choice. 
  • Any expenses of personal shopping. 
  • Visit/entry to any place not mentioned in the itinerary. 
  • Expenses of phone calls, additional sightseeing tours and excursions not included in the itinerary, still or video camera fees etc. 
  • Reaching at the start and leaving at the end from Shimla from any part of India/Outside (This can be arranged on request) 
  • Cost occurring due to any change in the itinerary/stay on account of flight cancel due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks or any factors caused by force majeure. 
  • Travel Insurance and Any item not mentioned in inclusions.

 

Things to Carry:

  • Clothing in layers
  • Thermal, Shirt or T shirt (carry extra), Fleece, Windcheater.
  • Woolen Socks, Gloves, Bandana, Woolen cap. High ankle shoes
  • Day bag / small rucksack
  • Steel flask 

 

Payment & Refund Policy:

  • 100% of the payment to be done to register.
  • No refund will be provided with and all the entire tour will be paid for well in advance. 

 

Traveller’s Pledge:

“By signing up with Motojojo, you agree to be the part of new-age travellers who believe in zero waste and no-littering policy throughout the journey. Any non biodegradable product carried by you into the Himalayas will be taken back on departure. No harm will be caused, dislocated or impaired to the articles, artifacts and monuments of historical and cultural importance. Nothing should be said or done to undermine and disrespect the customs and culture of local people. Let’s spread the idea of love for travel.” 

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