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Girls' Only Manali-Kasol-Tosh Trip

Exclusive 7-Day Trip To Cover Himachal - March 6th

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RK Ashram Metro Station , Delhi
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The state is blessed with snow-capped mountains, cobbled streets, deep plunging valleys and waterfalls, treacherous trekking routes, old folklore and legends which makes this state one of a kind. There are many beautiful and serene places to be explored in this All Girls Himachal Backpacking Trip. We start off from Manali, which is a resort town lying in the Beas River Valley and it was once an ancient trade route to Ladakh. Manali now has a new image now, it is one of the best holiday destinati show more

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What Your Trip Looks Like!

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Day 1
The girl gang needs to assemble at Majnu Ka Tila/RK Ashram Metro Station by 6 PM, and an overnight AC Volvo from Delhi will see us reach Manali the next day. The departure will take place by 6:30 PM for our Himachal Backpacking Trip from Delhi, and we’ll be reaching Manali the next morning by 10 AM.
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Day 2
We’ll be reaching Manali in the morning and checking into our hotel. To get started we’ll be hiking to Jogini Waterfall. This is a nearly 3km trek from Vashisht temple. Vashisht temple is 2km from the main market area of Manali and you can reach the parking area of the temple in 15 minutes by vehicle. After visiting the Vashisht temple complex you can start the trek. The trek route passes through a narrow lane by the side of the temple and it goes through apple orchids, tall pine trees and small water streams. The hike is around 3 km and leads to a scenic waterfall.
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Day 2
Yogini Mata temple is at the base of the waterfall. From here if you can climb then can reach the top point of the waterfall. The stiff climb will take 20 minutes more to reach the top. If you want to avoid climbing up, then towards your right side through the narrow path you can reach the base of the waterfall. A small pool is formed by the falling water and here you can take a bath and spend some time. Or simply spend your time near the temple and watch the waterfall. In the temple, there is a provision for the devotees to take food on available stone plates.
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Day 2
After getting down from the waterfall, we stroll at Mall Road, which is the centre point of Manali, and then spend the rest of the evenings doing Cafe hopping in Old Manali. Old Manali is another popular area of Manali and houses several cafes that serve delectable cuisines with an attractive ambience. Dinner and overnight stay in the Hotel.
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Day 3
One of the most exciting days of All Girls Himachal Backpacking trip is on the cards for us, as we travel to Solang Valley. Solang valley is also known as the 'Snow Valley,' which is famous for hosting various winters adventure sports like skiing, parachuting, paragliding, trekking, and mountaineering. There are few activities like paragliding, ATV Ride, Zipline that girl gang may choose to indulge in while enjoying the beautiful weather of the valley. After the activities, we will depart for Kasol post-lunch and reach by evening and check into our camps.
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Day 3
Kasol is a surreal Himalayan village, which is 42 km away from the Bhuntar Airport and 75 km from Manali and offers serenity for both the mind and the soul. It is on the way as you tread towards Manikaran, a holy place for Sikhs best known for its hot water springs. There are abundant treks and mini hikes that take you to tremendously beautiful villages around Kasol. Not all of them are clustered with luxury stays and world cuisine restaurants, but you’ll be surprised with the warm hospitality of the villagers and locals in the Old and the New Kasol, separated by a small bridge.
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Day 4
A new day in Kasol will see us start for the Chalal hike, post breakfast. Kasol might get the spotlight amongst the villages of the Parvati Valley, but there is so much to enjoy and explore in Himachal Pradesh by trekking a little further from Kasol to the quaint little village of Chalal. Chalal is situated at an altitude of over 5,300 ft and a 30-minute trek away from the tourist hub of Kasol. Chalal has managed to retain its old-world mountain village rustic charm and is set in the beautiful Parvati Valley of the Himalayas. The girl gang will be trekking down from Chalal and heading off to Manikaran and visiting the Gurudwara. The final trek of the day would be towards Tosh Village. Night Stay and Dinner at Homestay in Tosh.
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Day 5
Kasol calls the girl gang back and we’ll be driving towards it and then heading for Jibhi. Often referred to as a mesmerizing "hamlet" situated amidst the lush green forests and surrounded by variegated mountains, Jibhi is just the right place to relax and spend some peaceful moments for the girls. An offbeat place in Himachal Pradesh, Jibhi is untouched by industrialization and surrounded by nature. The dense pine forests, tranquil freshwater lakes, and pristine temples make this place worth visiting. ou will be enchanted after visiting this place and would not want to leave it. Check-in into hotel and rest. Dinner and overnight stay in Jibhi.
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Day 6
Today would be the last day of the All-Girls Himachal Backpacking Trip in the mountains. After breakfast, the girls would head towards Jalori pass and do a small trek to the serene Serolsar Lake. A visit to the waterfall is also on the cards on our way back and then we’ll be starting our journey towards Delhi. Reach Mandi by evening and take the overnight AC Volvo bus to Delhi.
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Day 7
The girl gang would be reaching New Delhi the next day early morning by 7 am with happy memories.
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Things To Pack
Down Jacket (Main jacket) Raincoat/ Poncho Inner Layer Tshirt or Fleece Trek Pant Extra pair of Socks Woolen Cap Rucksack (At least 40L) Mufflers/ Neck Warmer Extra pair of Clothes Undergarments Slippers Power Bank Sunscreen Lotion Sunglasses Torch Water Bottle Tissue Roll Hand Sanitizer Personal Toiletries Medicines First Aid Kit

Quick gist

About the stay

  • Get your girl gang together and explore Himachal Pradesh like never before.
  • There are various places to visit in All Girls Himachal Backpacking Trip and each one captures a different essence of the state.
  • Trip: 6th March (Saturday) 06:30 PM to 12th March (Friday) 08:00 AM.

Where is this?

  • We start off from Manali, which is a resort town lying in the Beas River Valley and it was once an ancient trade route to Ladakh.
  • Kasol, also famously known as "Mini Israel of India" is a tiny hamlet settled along the Parvati river in the Parvati Valley.
  • Jibhi was unknown to the tourist dictionaries until a few foreign travellers started coming here in this unexplored valley again and again.

With whom?

  • It's a group tour.
  • The group size is usually something between 15-18 members.
  • Stays are offered on a sharing basis; please check the variants on offer.

You get

  • Volvo Bus Tickets for Delhi to Manali and Buntar to Delhi.
  • 4 Nights of Hotel, Camp, and Homestay.
  • Tempo Traveller for Local Transport on rest of the days.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned in the Itinerary.
  • Meal as per Plan Day 2: Dinner, Day 3: Breakfast + Dinner, Day 4: Breakfast + Dinner, Day 5: Breakfast + Dinner, Day 6: Breakfast.
  • Trip Lead and Guide to accompany you for the entire journey.

Things to remember

  • Meals during the journey.
  • Any entry fees, the monastery fees.
  • Any personal expense.
  • Extra Adventure Activities (unless stated).
  • Inner Line Permit Fees (as required) - unless stated in the package.
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions.
  • Any extra expense coming due to change in weather, unavoidable circumstances, road blockage or any natural calamity.
  • Any extra expense coming due to change of plans from the client-side.

Something unique

What could be more exciting than an all-girls trip to Himachal Pradesh? Himachal Pradesh is one of those states in India which is hard to forget and remains in one’s thoughts and hearts long after a visit.

Tips from insiders

  • If you're a mother, you can still bring your child in given that he/ she is at least 14 years old.