Of snow-capped mountains and smoky lore, Himachal Pradesh is so much more than hill stations with colonial hangovers. There are legends to be followed through Shimla’s mall road and Old Manali’s cobbled streets, ancient lore to be listened to and nirvana to be attained. Tirthan valley with its trout-laden rivers and Narkanda’s snowy slopes draw a sizable crowd all the year around. From momos to monks, Mcleodganj checks every box on your favourite destination checklist.

Hike from Old Manali to Solang Valley :

Stroll through the bazaars of Old Manali, with a stop for a nibble of ‘yak cheese’ at any of the eateries, moving on to rustic cafés and junk jewelry shops with traditional wooden Himachali houses beyond. Walk on through to Goshal, Shanag and Burua villages with sprawling orchards along the trail.

Yoga at Sunrise in Bir :

Even if you’re visiting this fascinating mountain village for trekking or some thrilling paragliding, (Bir does have regular international events), there’s no better way to begin your day than a yoga session at sunrise.Whether a novice or a professional, there’s much to be learned from a yoga expert, and no better place than here in the mountains.

Drive from Manikiran to Tosh :

Hippie haven with stunning vistas, the gushing Parvati river, hot springs and quaint villages around have a lot to do with Kasol being the destination of choice here in Himachal. For first-hand experiences of scenic climes and the spiritual prowess that this land holds, drive through Manikaran to Tosh. The ancient village of Manikaran known more for its gurudwara and, supposedly healing-powered, natural hot springs is interesting for the influence both Guru Nanak and Shiva have had over the area.

Monasteries in Spiti :

Walk past gently fluttering flags and stupas to take a look at ancient thangkas, musical instruments and weapons dating back to as early as 900AD. From the architectural marvel that is Kye Monastery in Spiti, the ancient Kardang Monastery in Lahaulto Dhankar Monastery in Spiti, gompas and monasteries are a large part of ancient Tibetian influence in Himachal.



Honest client testimonials based on their personal experience on the service provided by Team Fly bagna, with all the reviews and ratings.

Dr. Anjali Jain – March 28, 2021:

So recently we went to Manali,Kasol and Shimla and our entire trip was planned by @flybanga! The overall experience was amazing..from the hotel to the food to the driver everything was great..thank you ❤️❤️

Anamika Gupta – March 20, 2018:

Kullu and Manali are the pride of Himachal pradesh. One of the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh is Rohtang pass, where we enjoyed thrilling activities such as skiing, ice scooting and mountain biking . We clicked a lot of pictures and captured the beautiful backdrop of glaciers and peaks. It was indeed one of the best trips of our life .

Paresh Thakur – May 15, 2019:

It is so difficult to choose the destinations to explore in Himachal pradesh, as it is full of magnificent hill stations. We chose to explore Dharamshala and Mcleodganj and the trip was completely worth it. The green carpeted hills and chilly weather brought us closer to nature , we surely are gonna visit again, Thankyou Flybagna for this experience !!

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