Travelling overland from Leh to Manali is a life time’s experience as your drive through the most dramatic landscape  crossing several high passes to the lush greenery of Manali in contrast to the stark beauty of Ladakh. After visiting the hillstation town of Manali, you travel further to Nalagarh where you spend the night at the Nalagarh Fort Resort . Built in 1421, the resort is located on a hillock offering views of the Shivalik Hills and is surrounded by endless acres of greenery.

Best period: Mid-June to Mid-September

Trip Code: EXMOD

  • Trip Grade: Jeep Safari – long driving hours over high altitude passes
  • Highest point: 5360m ( Taglangla pass)
  • Highest overnight: 3350m


Trip Highlights
  • A once in a lifetime journey from Leh to Delhi via Manali
  • Contrasting & Stunning landscape 
  • Day 1
    Leave Leh by 5am. Drive to Jispa . ( 9 – 10 hrs). Ibex Hotel
  • Day 2
    Arrive Manali
  • Day 3
    Day at leisure
  • Day 4
    Drive to Nalagarh. 7hrs drive. Nalagarh Fort, built in 1421 during the reign of Raja Bikram Chand ,one of the Rajput rulers at that time. Now turned into a heritage hotel, the present Raja and his relatives provide the luxuries of the past in this fortress hotel situated on a hillock at the foothills of the Himalayas
  • Day 5
    Enjoy the Resort. Evening drive to Kalka to take the evening train to Delhi arriving at 2140hrs. Transfer to hotel. O/N
  • 2 pax: US$734/- per person
  • 3 – 4 pax: US$658/-  per person
  • 5 – 7 pax: US$615/- per person
  • 8 – 12 pax:US$495/- per person
  • Single Supplement: US$224/- 
Cost includes:
  • transport from Leh to railway station in Chandigarh
  • hotel in Jispa
  • Manali, Nalagarh with all meals
  • 1 night hotel in Delhi on twin sharing with breakfast
  • train fare to Delhi by 2nd A/C chair car
  • ½ day sightseeing in Manali with local guide
  • railway station transfer in Delhi
Cost does not include:
  • escort
  • items of any personal nature such as drinks
  •  tips, escort for road journey, extra hotel nights
  • extra costs incurred due to roadblocks, landslides