The Chamba district is located in the northwestern part of Himachal Pradesh. The area lies around the Ravi River basin between two mountain ranges of the Dhauladhar and the Pir Panjal. The Chamba Valley is known for its rich culture and heritage. It is home to many ancient temples, forts and palaces. These monuments are some of the finest examples of Rajput architecture. They have been preserved and restored to their original beauty. The Chamba Valley also has many lakes, rivers and springs that provide it with a unique beauty. The climate of the region is mostly pleasant and the summers are mild.
The Chamba Valley is a great place to visit for an adventure or a leisurely holiday. There are many activities to enjoy such as trekking, camping, mountain biking, paragliding, fishing, and wildlife safaris. The valley is also famous for its delicious local cuisine and traditional handicrafts. It is a great place for shopping too. The Chamba Valley is a great destination for tourists from all over the world. It offers a unique experience and a chance to explore the rich culture and heritage of the region. It is a perfect destination for those looking for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.
Exceptional mountain-backed scenery, charming riverside villages, slate-roofed hay barns, great walks and inviting forests all come together in the delightful region known as the Bhandal valley. The area has historically been cited as “the garden of Chamba’ ,the valley is situated on the right bank of the Ravi river which separates it from the main district, creating a world of its own.
The valley is packed with activities to do for outdoor and nature enthusiasts, or just to retreat and relax.
March to June – Summer begins by the mid of April with just the right amount of nip in the air, for travelers keen on seeing snow, snow is accessible on various hikes and drives right up to the end of June. As the snow melts on the higher reaches it gives way to lush green meadows and a riot of colorful wildflowers.
July to september – The beginning of the south west monsoon opens the way to the Pangi valley, which is accessible only during these three months. This is also the season when the apple plucking is in full swing, traveler’s can get a glimpse of the apple plucking, packaging process.
October to December – The post monsoon is another beautiful time of the year to visit the area as the weather is stable and promises bright sunny days. The inhabitants begin preparing for the onset of winter, most of the trails and drives are accessible.
5 night – kangra with Chamba
|30% as booking advance (of total booking amount)|
|70% balance payment – 10 days before the departure.|
Cancelation policy and refund –
1) If canceled 28 days in advance, full refund.
2) If canceled between 28 and 14 days in advance, 50% refund.
3) If canceled less than 14 days in advance, no refund.
4) Long duration stays have no refund policy in case of change (reduction) in number of days of stay.
5) Instead of cancelation, the option of postponement or change of dates is possible depending on availability of future dates.
6) In exceptional circumstances where the Host is not able to honor the confirmed booking owing to ‘Force Majeure’. A refund from the host will be initiated.
7) Cancellations will only be accepted over emailed communication.