Duration : 6 Days


  • Stay in tents and camps on sharing basis


  • All Meals Included


  • Trekking
  • Camping

Other Inclusions

  • Travelling Cost ( Two way AC bus )
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping mat
  • Camping ground booking
  • Forest permit


Package Description

Day wise Travel Itinerary (CHANDRAKHANI TO MALANA)

1st day Manali (1,928 m) to Rumsu (2,377metres) ..24 km

Delightfully situated on a wooded slope and commanding an extensive view of the valley, it is famous for its temples, ancient castle, and the Roerich Art Gallery

2nd day Rumsu to Chandrakhani (3,500 metres) .. 8 km

The legend says that thousands of years ago, Jamlu (presiding deity of Malana or Rishi Jamadagni) was carrying a basket containing gods of Kullu. On the top of the pass when he opened the casket, a very strong wind blew the gods all over Kullu valley is known as “the valley of gods”. A striking view of Dec Tibba overlooking the Malana glen and other snow crowned giants on the Spiti border is obtainable.

3rd day Chandrakhani to Malana (2,651.7 metres) .. 7 km

Malana comprises two villages about a hundred yards apart. Village containing temple buildings is considered sacred & no one wearing leather shoes is allowed within its precincts. (See page no.

4th day Malana to Rashol (2,598 metres) ..19 km

A wondertul view of Pin Parvati range of mountains

5th day Rashol to Kashol (1,585 metres) .. 8 km

Charmingly situated rest house a broad expanse of clean white sand; a striking view of aiguilles

Sixth day Kasol to Jari (1,524 metres) ..9 km

Nestles on a hill side shelf well above the Parvati River; clean comfortable and welcome resting place. Kasol to Jari is motorable. It is located on Manikaran-Bhuntar road.

Jari to Bhuntar (900 metres) motorable “12 km

Confluence of the Beas and Parvati, a heavy volume of laden grey water Above on a projecting bluff is the site of the most striking temple-Bijli Mahadev.

Things To Carry

  • Woollen clothes
  • Jackets
  • Wind-cheater
  • Socks(4 pairs)
  • Thermal wear(1-2 pairs)
  • Trekking shoes
  • Snow gloves/normal gloves
  • Sun glasses/goggles
  • Lunch box, water bottle, spoon
  • Sun-cream lotion.
  • Personal medication
  • Raincoat
  • Torch and batteries
  • Ruck Sack bag
  • Glucon D, Mycoderm powder