|Kalpa – Kalpa is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh. Located at an elevation of around 2,758 meters above sea level, Kalpa is home to the wonderful Kinner-Kailash ranges amid picturesque Himalayan hills and serene valleys. Kalpa with its spiritual quotient and lovely natural landscape offers the best relaxation options for tourists and travelers away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life. From the rugged mountains to the lovely river banks, Kalpa is home to a number of ancient Forts and temples. The city attracts a large number of pilgrims to the famous Kinner-Kailash Mountain ranges considered holy by both Hindus and Buddhists alike.|| Sangla Valley Tour
09 NIGHT / 08 DAYS
1N – Barog – 1N Rampur
2N Sangla – 2N Kalpa – 1N Fagu
Deluxe : INR 31,900
Kamru Fort located at a distance of around 2 km from Sangla Valley is one of the most ancient monuments of Kalpa region. The Fort is famous for its wood work including wooden balconies and a majestic picture of Lord Buddha at the front gate. An ancient 15th century temple dedicated to Lord Badrinath is located in the vicinity of the Kamru Fort attracting a large number of pilgrims and historians alike. Located at an elevation of 2600 meters above sea level, Kamru Fort is an epitome of ancient richness of the Himachal Kingdom in the bygone era.
The beautiful Sangla valley in Kalpa attracts a large number of tourists all through the year. Famous for its majestic natural landscape, the valley is set amid lovely flowing water streams and snow capped mountains making it a perfect holiday destination. Located at a distance of 8900 feet above sea level on the banks of Bapsa River, Sangla Valley is one of the most picturesque tourist attractions in Kalpa.
Kinner Kailash also known as Kinnaur Kailash is one of the most important religious attractions in Kalpa. Located at an altitude of 6500 meters above sea level, the peaks of Kinner Kaliash and Jorkanden are spiritual locations for Hindus and Buddhists alike. The peaks attract a large number of pilgrims and adventure tourists alike making it one of the most highly visited attractions in Kalpa.
Kothi temple dedicated to Goddess Chamunda Devi is one of the most well know religious shrines in Kalpa. Located right at the bottom of the Rohtang Pass, around 12 km from the town of Manali, the temple has a gold image of the Goddess that is kept in the main chamber. Kothi apart from its religious significance also offers majestic panoramic views of the surrounding snow capped mountains and valleys.
Batseri village located on the banks of Baspa River is an important religious and trekking attraction in Kalpa. The village is reachable only on foot by passing through the lovely cantilevered logged bridge making it one of the most beautiful attractions in Kalpa. A unique form of architecture, which are locally known as kathkundi is the highpoint of Batseri village. Batseri village attracts a large number of trekking excursions all through the year.
Suicide Point as the name suggests is a dangerous trench with high vertical slopes. The point located near Kalpa village is dangerous and risky to be covered by foot and tourists are advised to maintain a safe distance from the deep gorge when travelling in and around the suicide point region.
Roghi village located around 8 km from Kalpa is a famous tourist destination. Known for its Apple orchids and ethnic village art and carts, Roghi village offers a peak into the cultural activity of the region along with magnificent sights of apple orchids all around.