Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley- Full Circuit Road Trip 2024


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Spiti Valley
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Join us for an adventurous road trip and to the most beautiful place on earth, the land of Lamas, Spiti Valley with your loved ones.

🔺 Brief info:
• No. of days: 9 days/ 8 nights
• Location: Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
• Grade: Easy with amazing picturesque landscape
• Max no. of participants: Only 10-12 participants per batch

🔺 Itinerary:
Day 01: Chandigarh- Shimla- Kufri- Narkanda (180 kms / 7-8 hours)
• Arrive at Chandigarh and meet us before 11 am
• Drive towards Narkhanda … En-route Lunch
• Reach Narkhanda in the evening
• Overnight stay at Narkhanda
Day 02: Narkanda- Sarahan- Wangtoo- Sangla (160 kms/ 7-8 hrs)
• Explore Narkhand – Highest peak – Hatu peak & Temple
• Move towards Sangla
• En-route explore Sarahan village – famous for Bhimkali temple
• Overnight stay at Sangla
Day 03: Sangla- Chitkul- Kalpa (100 kms/ 4 hrs)
• Visit Kamru Fort in Sangla
• Post breakfast head to explore Chitkul- last inhabited village on Indo-Tibet border
• After visiting Sangla & Chitkul, further drive to Kalpa a beautiful village you will remember forever
• Overnight stay Kalpa – Hotel / Guesthouse
Day 04: Kalpa- Pooh- Khab- Nako- Sumdo- Tabo (170 kms / 9-10 hours)
• Post breakfast move towards Nako village, famous for lake & Monastery
• Further drive to spiti valley – first village sumdo & then to Tabo
• Overnight stay at Tabo
Day 05: Tabo- Dhankar- Kungri – Pin Valley (70 kms / 4 hours)
• Visit the Tabo Monastery also known as “Ajanta of Himalayas” which is close to 1000 years old now
• Dhankar Monastery- Seat of the King in ancient times- the most beautiful setting of a monument which hangs on a cliff and overlooks the confluence of Spiti and Pin River
• Kungri monastery – the last hold of Buchen Lamas in Sangam
• Overnight stay at Pin Valley
Day 06: Pin Valley- Demul – Hikkim- Komic- Langza- Kaza (80 kms / 4 hours)
• Langza – the main area for Fossils
• Hikkim – the highest post office in the world
• Komik – one of the highest villages in the world at 4600 meters
• Overnight stay at Kaza
Day 07: Kaza- Key – Khibber- Kunzum Pass – Chandratal Lake (100 kms / 4 hours)
• Key monastery – is on top of a mountain overlooking the Spiti valley and a huge river bed
• Kibber Village – which was once the highest motorable village in the world
• Overnight stay Chandratal
Day 08: Chandratal- Batal- Chatru- Gramphoo- Rohtang- Manali (120 kms / 7 hrs)
• Chandra Tal- The lake of the moon
• Losar – the last village of Spiti valley
• Leave spiti valley early morning and enter to Lahual valley. Reach Manali via famous Rohatang Pass
• Overnight stay at Manali
Day 09: Manali- Kullu- Mandi- Chandigarh (290 kms / 10 hours).
• Leave early in the morning to catch your evening flight/train/bus from Chandigarh back to your hometown. Trip ends here with lots of fun, smile, tons of pictures, new friends and beautiful memories

🔺 Inclusion:
1. Non ac accommodation in Hotels / Guest House / Camps (Triple Sharing)
2. Food which includes Breakfast and Dinner
3. Travel from Chandigadh to Chandigadh in non ac pvt vehicle
4. Inner-line permit & wild life fee for visiting Restricted / protected area
5. Entrance Fees for visiting Monument & Monasteries
6. Administrative/ Expertise charges
Pick up : Chandigarh
Drop : Chandigarh

🔺 Exclusions:
• Airfare / Train fare or travel cost to reach till Srinagar/Leh
• Any expenses of personal nature such as travel and medical insurance, drinks, laundry, telephone/fax, calls, Additional Porterage or transportation
• Lunch (because trying local cuisine at your favourite spot is a good idea)
• Any additional expenses caused by reason beyond our control such as natural calamities (landslides, floods etc.), any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes, evacuation costs etc.
• Any tips and any meals apart from the ones mentioned above
• Any other tax or service charge, stay charge that could be enforced during this period will be extra and need to be borne by the participant
• Any service not specifically mentioned in the Includes sections.

Book your seat by paying just ₹12,000 per head (Non-Refundable) advance payment for accommodation & vehicle booking.
Avail discount on 4+ group booking. Please call for the same.

🔺 Required documents for the trip:
Original medical certificate stating your fitness & two passports sized photographs are a must to enter the Base Camp. Without these documents, participants will not be allowed to proceed further at the base camp.

🔺 Criteria for participation:
Even though minimum age limit to register for the program is 12 years, children less than 18 years of age are accepted for the treks only with a parent’s/guardian’s undertaking.
Please Note: All programs are subject to change without prior notice.

🔺 Backpacking Checklist:
• Sun protection & cold cream (sunscreen/lip balm/sunglasses)
• One valid Identity Proof, along with a Photocopy
• Insulation (jacket/ personal clothing/ fleece gloves/ hat or cap)
• Illumination (headlamp or flashlight (Plus spare – Extra batteries)
• Personal first-aid kit
• Energy food
• Hydration bag or water bottle
• Bandana or buff
• Rainwear (jacket, pants) (depend on weather)
• Boots or Shoes suited to terrain
• Socks plus spares
• Sandals
• Camera and memory cards – Optional
• Binoculars – Optional
• Notebook and pen or pencil
• Credit/Debit card; small amount of cash
• Earplugs and eye shade – UV Protected or Cat 4
• Toilet paper or tissue paper
• Insect repellant
• Toothbrush and/or toiletry kit
• Towel
• Cell phone with charger
• Poncho (optional)
• Personal Clothing (T-shirts/Lowers/Under Garments etc.)
• Thermal Inners

Additional information


20-28 April 2024, 03-11 May 2024


Advance Payment, Full Payment

Q: Why is Spiti Valley so famous? A: Spiti valley is famous for its natural beauty and cultural heritage. Tabo monastery is one of the most prominent attractions in Spiti. The monasteries in Spiti are renowned for spectacular murals, ancient temples, and several stupas.
Q: Is Spiti Valley better than Ladakh? A: Ladakh is more of an adventure place where you can do lot of different activities like trekking, camping and white water rafting. – Spiti is considered to be a spiritual journey into different monasteries and cultures where you can enjoy the silence and mentally calm yourself down.
Q: What is the best time to visit Spiti Valley? A: 
The summer months of March-June are considered to be the best to visit Spiti not only due to the pleasant weather but also fewer crowds. For that perfect winter vacation, the months of October-February are the best time to visit Spiti.

Q: Is Spiti Valley safe for girl? A: YES ! As I said earlier, Spiti is extremely safe Solo Travelers, Backpackers, Women, couples
Q: Is it difficult to drive in Spiti? A: The journey is a bit difficult with some gradual steep ascents. This quaint village of Himachal Pradesh is a tourists' paradise. You will find the Sutlej river flowing down the majestic Himalayas and passing through the rocky terrain of Kinnaur.

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