About Manali Kasol and Jibhi Trip

All the three hill stations are located in the charming range of the Himachal Pradesh in India and are quite famous for their beauty and scenic beauties. These places provide the best natural view, challenges and relaxation that is why these are the best places for tourists to visit and get away from the busy life in towns.

Famous as the “Valley of Gods,” Manali is a scenic hill station with tourist locations that are frequented by visitors from different parts of the world. The mountain has a scenic landscape with snow-capped summits of the mountain, fast flowing rivers and Approximately Green meadows. Tourists can opt for a variety of adrenaline rush including trekking, rock climbing, river rafting, paragliding and more. Some of the leading tourist attractions after visiting Manali include the Solang Valley, the Rohtang Pass as well as the Hidimba Devi Temple.

Kasol is a tiny village situated in the district of Kullu in the beautiful Parvati valley, which has become quite famous among tourists and travelers. As a destination, Kasol is a perfect treat for those looking to break free from the noisy and crowded cities and embrace the scenic beauty of nature and the perks of Cafe hopping. It is another way through which the people of Kasol enjoy life through trekking, camping, and visiting the neighboring villages. The village has also incorporated the Israeli cafes and is famous for the profound culture of the county.

Jibhi is an offbeat destination situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the Tirthan Valley which is somewhat offbeat. This remote village is situated in a green background and hard to reach areas with snowy hills and freshwater streams. Jibhi is an ultimate trekker’s hub with several trekkable routes which terminate in picturesque places like Jalori Pass and Serolsar Lake. The village also possesses classic buildings such as wooden houses and temples as well as it is surrounded with gorgeous nature and exceptionally beautiful flowers.

Traveling and exploring Manali, Kasol, and Jibhi will be one of the most extraordinary trips of your life wherein you can have a thrilling and adventurous experience standing amidst the beautiful and tranquility of the Himalayas, you get a chance to understand and embrace the cultural village of the remote Himachal Tour Package, and also get a doze full of adventure. For the adventurous traveler, there is so much to see while for the laid back traveler there is so much to do in these locations.

Best Places to Visit in Manali Kasol Jispa Tour

1. Rohtang Pass: This high mountain pass is also located at an altitude of 3,978m The major attraction of this place is the picture perfect sceneries of the Himalaya ranges and other fascinating activities which includes skiing and sledding.

2. Solang Valley: Solang valley is located near manali and is famous for its spectacular beauty and thrilling adventure sports such as skiing, paragliding, zorbing and horse riding.

3. Hidimba Devi Temple: This is an ancient cave temple of goddess Hidimba Devi, the wife of the Pandava, Bhima of the Mahabharat epic – and is incredibly sourced by wooden architecture and detailed passions.

4. Vashisht Village: The cultural wealth, hot water springs, and archaeological sites are unforgettable relics of this picturesque village.

5. Kheerganga Trek: Though it is not an easy one day trek and indeed needs some extra efforts and energies, it offers a wonderful site passing through the greenery forests and lovely meadows that eventually get to the beautiful Kheerganga hot water spring.

6. Chalal Village: Have a look at this charming village that boasts of beautiful architecture of houses, lush green landscapes and calm environment.

7. Tosh Village: Also famous among backpackers, Tosh is much younger than Kasol, but it is a part of the same valley, Parvati Valley and it is excellent for camping and trekking as in some other places.

8. Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara: This is one of the most significant places of worship for Sikhs and is located in the northern Indian state of Punjab; there are several natural springs with water that is reputed to have healing properties, as well as breathtaking views around the area.

9. Jalori Pass: This is one of the most viewed attractive spots of the broad mountain passes that exists between the great mountain ranges of the world, the Himalayas in particular and is also a favorite among trekkers.

10. Serolsar Lake: Situated in the middle of thick forests this can be described as a highly elevated lake, perfect for camping and enjoying the calmness of nature.

11. Tirthan Valley: Visit the quaint and lovely Tirthan Valley that offers not only the architectural and natural beauty of villages but also some adventurous experiences.

12. Shoja Village: This is a quaint and picturesque village with wooden houses, and a creative and lively atmosphere, set amidst a breathtaking scenery.

13. Sissu: Nestled in the Lahaul Valley, Sissu is a picturesque village offering breathtaking views of the Himalayas. Known for its pristine landscapes, gushing waterfalls, and the serene Chandra River, Sissu provides a perfect retreat for nature lovers seeking tranquility in the mountains.

14. Atal Tunnel: The Atal Tunnel, a marvel of modern engineering, connects Manali to Lahaul-Spiti valley. This 9.02 km long tunnel is the world's longest highway tunnel above 10,000 feet. It has reduced travel time and made the region accessible year-round.

15. Kasol Market: Kasol's vibrant market is a backpacker's paradise in the Parvati Valley. Known for its bohemian vibe, the market offers a mix of Israeli cuisine, trendy cafes, and shops selling colorful clothes and trinkets. It's a hub for travelers seeking a laid-back mountain experience.

16. Jibhi Waterfall: Hidden in the lush forests of Tirthan Valley, Jibhi Waterfall is a natural wonder. The cascading waters surrounded by dense pine forests create a mesmerizing sight. It's a perfect spot for trekking enthusiasts and those seeking serenity in nature's lap.

17. Mini Thailand: Mini Thailand in Chail, Himachal Pradesh, is a unique garden showcasing Thai architecture and culture. With its pagodas, Buddha statues, and beautifully landscaped gardens, it offers visitors a slice of Thailand in the Indian Himalayas.

Top Things to do in Manali, Kasol, Jispa Trip

  • Adventure Sports in Solang Valley: Engage your adrenaline rush in extreme adventure such as paragliding, zorbing, skiing, and snowboarding. Thus, Solang Valley attracts adventure tourists wanting to partake in skiing and other activities.
  • Trekking near Manali: Some of the famous trails that you will get to experience include the Beas Kund Trek, Hampta Pass Trek, as well as the Bhrigu Lake Trek. It is very rewarding and gives excellent views of the Himalayas and untouched alpine country.
  • Local Delicacies in Old Manali Cafes: Old Manali's cafes offer a delightful blend of local Himachali flavors and international cuisine. Visitors can savor traditional dishes like Siddu (stuffed bread), Babru (fried flatbread), and trout fish. Many cafes also serve fusion foods, combining local ingredients with global recipes, creating a unique culinary experience for travelers.
  • Hot Springs at Vashisht: Take a dip in the natural hot spring at Vashist, which can cure skin diseases. Endowed with healing powers, these springs provide the right aura to get your senses rejuvenated.
  • Nature Walks in Kasol: Spend time exploring the beauty of the place by walking around through the beautiful town of Kasol beside the Parvati river, indulging in some quality time of doing nothing and enjoying the stillness.
  • Exploring Villages in Parvati Valley: Learn about other comparable nearby villages such as Tosh and Chalal village. Discover the authentic atmosphere of the place, get to know the people, and appreciate the architecture of houses and organizations that have become cultural monuments.
  • Cafe Hopping in Kasol: To experience the natural beauty and delighted ambience of Kasol one should visit its pleasant cafes. Learn how to greet people and enjoy countless hours waiting for your order while having a cup of chai, tasting authentic Israeli cuisine and listening to the scent of the bohemian spirit.
  • Paragliding in Kullu Valley: Take the adrenaline rush of way flight while paragliding in the background of the Himalayas. Kullu valley’s skies are nothing less than perfect for that thrilling flight as operators offer protection from the same and an amazing flair.
  • Shiva Temple in Manikaran: Take a trip to the holy shrine of Shiva in Manikaran, which is located in the beautiful Parvati Esplanade. Famous for its natural hot springs and religious importance, thousands of visitors come to seek divine ‘darshan’ and blessings of Lord Shiva here.
  • Shopping in Manali Mall Road: Take a stroll in the Mall Road of Manali where you will get almost everything you need from the local products to the handicrafts, woolens and other items that are unique souvenirs of Manali. The clothing range from beautiful shawls to the exquisite work on various items starting from Mall Road is a blurred one with hundreds of travelers, both domestic and international, flocking to have a typical touch of the Himalayas.
  • Visit Refreshing Waterfalls: Visit captivating waterfalls in Jibhi & Tirthan Valley such as Chhoi Waterfall and Jibhi Waterfall. These natural sites offer good photographic and vantage shooting locations and have plenty of recreational space.
  • Hikes in Jibhi & Tirthan Valley: Hiking is also popular, you can opt for multi-day trekking trails to Jalori Pass, Raghupur Fort and Chehni Kothi and many more. These treks are a spectacular eye-opening view of the beautiful mountains and valleys we are likely to come across.

Reach Manali, Kasol, and Jibhi

Reach Manali: You can fly to Bhuntar Airport, if not Joginder Nagar / Chandigarh has railroad connectivity to Manali, which can be accessed by taxi or a bus. Or else take a bus or a car from Delhi to Manali, which will typically take about twelve hours to reach the destination.

Manali to Kasol: You can also board a taxi or bus from Manali to Bhuntar and thereafter, hire a local bus or taxi to Kasol.

Kasol to Jibhi: One can take a taxi or bus from Kasol to travel up to Bhuntar and then take another bus from Bhuntar to Jibhi via Aut.

Best Time to Visit Manali, Kasol and Jibhi

The peak time to visit Manali, Kasol, and Jibhi together is during the spring and early summer months, from March to June. During this period, the weather is pleasant and ideal for outdoor activities. Manali offers excellent conditions for adventure sports like paragliding and trekking, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 25°C. In Kasol, the temperatures hover between 15°C and 22°C, making it perfect for nature walks, exploring nearby villages, and enjoying the serene beauty of the Parvati Valley. Jibhi experiences mild and pleasant weather with temperatures from 10°C to 20°C, providing ideal conditions for trekking, fishing, and exploring the picturesque waterfalls. The lush landscapes and vibrant flora during this time make it the best season to experience the natural beauty and diverse activities of these regions.


Day 0

Delhi To Manali | Overnight Journey

  • Assemble at boarding point in Delhi - RK Ashram Marg Metro Station/Majnu Ka Tilla/Keshav Puram Metro Station.
  • Start an overnight journey to Manali.
  • Take a pit stop for Dinner.

Day 1

Manali Arrival & Local Exploration

  • After arriving in Manali, check-in to our comfy hotel, freshen up and have some leisure.
  • Post leisure, head out to explore the famous Hadimba Devi Temple situated amidst towering deodar trees. Take a walk into the woods at Van Vihar and treat yourself with mouthwatering dishes at various themed cafes in Old Manali. In the evening, visit Manali’s Mall Road and spend time there by enjoying street food and shopping souvenirs.
  • Savour delightful dinner and overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 2

Sissu via Atal Tunnel & Solang Valley

  • Wake up to a beautiful mountain morning and post breakfast, drive from Manali to Lahaul Valley via the newly opened Atal Tunnel. Witness a sudden transformation in the landscape once you cross from Kullu to Lahaul region. Visit Sissu village and Sissu Lake (If weather permits).
  • While returning back to Manali, take a stop at Solang Valley and indulge in various adventure activities over there.
  • Savour delightful dinner and overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 3

Manali To Kasol | Kasol Arrival | Local Walks & Cafe Hopping

  • Wake up early in the morning and post breakfast, begin your drive from Manali to Kasol.
  • Enroute Kasol, you can indulge in adventure activities like paragliding and river rafting at Kullu (by your own).
  • After arriving in Kasol, check-in to our comfy hotel & freshen-up.
  • Post refreshment, we will head out to explore the streets of Kasol, visit Chalal bridge and chill along Parvati riverside. Soak in the hippie vibes of Kasol, go for cafe hopping and treat your stomach with mouth-watering local dishes.
  • In the evening, get back to your property and indulge in group activities and attend trek briefing for next day.
  • Savour home-style cooked dinner and overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 4

Manikaran Sahib | Kasol to Jibhi

  • Wake up to a peaceful mountain morning, post breakfast, visit the Gurudwara Manikaran Sahib.
  • Begin your drive towards Jibhi.
  • After arriving in Tirthan Valley, we will take a halt along the pristine Tirthan river to chill and relax.
  • Check in to our cozy homestay in Jibhi, freshen-up and have some leisure.
  • Savour home-style cooked dinner and overnight stay in a homestay.

Day 5

Jibhi Waterfall & Mini Thailand | Depart For Delhi

  • Wake up early in the morning and post breakfast, Visit the beautiful Jibhi waterfall and soak in the soothing surroundings of the place.
  • Visit the Mini Thailand.
  • In the evening, start your overnight journey from Jibhi to Delhi.


  • Transportation from Delhi to Delhi: AC Semi-Sleeper Volvo Bus.
  • Transportation from Manali to Jibhi : Private Cab
  • Accommodation on Sharing Basis: 2 Nights in Manali, 1 Night in Kasol and 1 Night in Jibhi.
  • Meals: Dinner (4) and Breakfast (4), starting from Dinner on Day 1 to Breakfast on Day 5.
  • Bonfire (if weather permits) only on any 1 Night during the stay,
  • Local explorations as per itinerary.
  • All trip assistance.
  • Driver allowances, toll taxes, parking, state taxes.


  • Any extra meals apart from the ones mentioned under inclusions.
  • Travel Insurance, items of personal nature like porterage, tips, laundry etc.
  • Any entry fees, extra expenses for optional activities , room heaters or tickets, unless quoted in Inclusions.
  • Cost of snow-chained or 4*4 Vehicle if needed due to heavy snowfall.
  • Any other costing involved due to circumstances like natural calamity, weather conditions, riots, roadblocks, landslides or any other forced circumstances which are out of our control.
  • GST (5%) is applicable extra.
  • Anything which is not mentioned in the above inclusions.

Price Summary

Price ₹15000

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