Overview/Itinerary

 

Spiti Valley Road Tour Package Itinerary

• Duration: 7 Nights and 8 Days

Chandigarh to Chandigarh

Package Cost-21,999/-(5%GST)

Advance Pay- 3,000/-

Balance payment -19,000/-

 

 

Day One - Chandigarh to Narkanda

Arrive at Ambala Cantt Railway station. Board your vehicle in morning around 9:30 am & start driving towards Narkanda. Dinner and overnight stay at Narkanda.

A good drive on a well-built road with some fantastic spots on the way for sightseeing. From Ambala to Narkanda, the route is full of beautiful landscapes and some good eateries to relax and rejuvenate. 

 

Day Two - Narkanda to Rakchham

The route to Rakchham passes by Sangla Valley and Sarahan. Sangla is one of the most beautiful valleys in the country, and in Tibetan, the word Sangla means "Passing of the light," and the place truly lives to its name during their sunlight when the view around is just mesmerizing. 

Sarahan Bushahr is another beautiful village, where streams pass by, and orchards cover the whole landscape. The pines and oaks provide a picture-perfect pastoral background, and the river Sutlej will ring its song into your ears. Enroute visit Chitkul (Last Village of India). 

Later head back to Rakchham after spending some quality time at Chitkul. Later you will be served some lovely dinner, and you can retire for the day at your allocated rooms in the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Rakchham. 
 

Day Three - Rakchham to Kalpa

An exciting day where you explore Kailash Kinnaur Ranges. Enroute visit Reckong Peo Market and Kothi Temple. Later visit Suicide Point.

Once you reach the hotel at Kalpa, enjoy the majestic views of Kinnaur Kailash range from the hotel.

Dinner & overnight stay at hotel in Kalpa.

 

Day Four - Kalpa to Tabo via Nako Lake

From Kalpa, we head to Tabo another beautiful village. Again, this route has some fantastic sightseeing opportunities, and the famous ones are the Nako Lake and the Gue Monastery.

The variety of scenic beauty and the brownish mountains is to be witnessed here. Later in evening check-in at your hotel in Tabo. Dinner and overnight stay at Tabo. 

 

Day Five - Tabo to Dhankar to Pin Valley National Park to Kaza

Tabo is a beautiful ancient Buddhist village located in the lap of the Himalayas. Tabo Spiti is named the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas.

Tabo India is famous for its Tabo monastery, Tabo caves. Tabo monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in India, and it's notable for being one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in the country that has been continuously inhabited.

Monasteries in Himachal Pradesh offer picturesque landscapes, pleasant weather, a pristine environment, and cultural heritage.Another busy day, where on the way you get to visit Dhankar, the confluence of Parvati and Spiti River, and the Pin Valley National Park. Dinner and overnight at Kaza. 

 

Day Six - Kaza Local Sightseeing - Langza to Komic to Hikkim to Key Monastery to Kaza.

Today we will visit some of the highest inhabited villages in the world. After a cozy night in your comforters, wake up to a beautiful morning in Kaza. We will visit the highest village in India, Komic, which has a motorable road. We will drive today to Langza. A giant painted Buddha statue stands in front of the new monastery on a hill above the settlement. The Buddha is shown contacting the soil in the figure, which faces west and looks out over the Spiti valley. 

The Geological Survey of India considers Spiti one of the world's most fossil-rich regions. Fossils reaching back a few hundred million years have been discovered in isolated villages of Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul and Spiti valleys. We will finally send a postcard from Hikkim to our loved ones from the highest Post office in the world. Later visit Key Monastery and head back to Kaza in evening. Evening at leisure to explore Kaza market. Dinner and overnight at Kaza. 

 

Day Seven - Kaza to Chicham Bridge to Chandratal Lake to Manali

Day seven holds more promises of capturing the picturesque views in your memories and your cameras. While driving towards Chadratal, en-route, you can visit Chicham Bridge (Highest Bridge in Asia) . 

Afternoon visit Chandratal Lake. You can stroll around Chadratal Lake for 2 hours. Later start your drive to Manali. Dinner and overnight at Manali. 

 

Day Eight - Manali

Full day excursion tour to Manali. Dinner and overnight at Manali. 

 

Day Nine - Manali to Chandigarh

Once you check out from the Hotel in Manali, we head towards Chandigarh. Enjoy the ride between Manali to Chandigarh before you bid goodbye to the most dreamt tour of the Himalayas.

 

 

 

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  • Inclusions/Exclusions
    What we'll give/What we won't

    What is included in the tour

    What is included in the tour

    • All hotel, guesthouse and camping charges on triple sharing basis.
    • All Hotels and camps with breakfast & dinner (MAPAI Plan: - Room + Breakfast + Dinner).
    • Welcome drink on arrival.
    • Tempo Traveller for all transfers and sightseeing for all members.
    • Driver allowance and toll taxes

    What is NOT included in the tour

    What is NOT included in the tour

    • Snacks, beverages and Lunch(all days)
    • Bus/Train/Air fare till Chandigarh and back
    • Any kind of insurance
    • Service tax exclusive (GST)
    • Personal expenses like camera charges, etc.
    • Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above
    • All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather
    • Cost of any medical emergency or other emergency if required
    Things to Carry
    Things to Carry

    THINGS TO CARRY

    Things to Carry

    • 2/3-liter water bottle
    • Masks and sanitizer
    • Sunscreen
    • Goggles
    • Hiking/ trekking shoes
    • Lip balm
    • Thermals
    • Woolen socks, Woolen cap, Muffler
    • Wind cheater
    • Sweat shirt, Jacket
    • Woolen gloves
    • Toilet paper
    • Moisturizer
    • Extra camera batteries / Portable Charger
    • Personal first aid kit and personal medicines 
    • Identity proof
    • Cap
    • Face Wash
    • Body Soap
    • Vaccine Certificate of 2 Doses Completed / RT-PCR Certificate in case of 1 Dose completed

     

    Cancellation Policy

    In case you need to cancel your plans for the trip due to avoidable/unavoidable reasons, please do notify us via email.

    The cancellation charges will be as follows:

    • 60 to 46 days prior to date of departure: 20% of the tour cost
    • 45 to 16 days prior to date of departure: 30% of the tour cost
    • 15 to 8 days prior to date of departure: 50% of the tour cost
    • Less than 7 days prior to date of departure: No refund
    • No show No Refund
    • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation
    • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation
    FAQ
    Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently asked questions 

    Question 1: What is the distance between Manali and Spiti Valley India?

    Answer: Manali and Spiti Valley location are 196 kilometers apart. You can cover this distance in 10 hours. The shortest route that crosses NH505 is around 177.1 km.

     

    Question 2: What is the distance between Delhi and Spiti Valley?

    Answer: Delhi and Spiti Valley are 747 kilometers apart.

     

    Question 3: What is the Temperature in Spiti Valley?

    Answer: From January to March, the temperature in Spiti valley remains between -4 to -35 degrees centigrade. Depending upon your height, it varies from -4 to 17 degrees centigrade from April to October.

     

    Question 4: How is the weather like in Spiti Valley? 

    Answer: The winters are frigid. The heavy snowfall makes the weather harsh. The entry points like Kunzum Pass and Rohtang Pass remain closed from the end of October till June sometimes. You may still enter the valley through other routes if you can bear the chill. The best weather conditions are between the end of June and October.

     

    Question 5: What is the best time to visit Spiti Valley?

    Answer: Best time to visit Spiti Valley is June to October every year. During these months, you can complete the entire circuit tour from Chandigarh to Kaza to Manali. 

     

    Question 8: Where is Spiti Valley?

    Answer: Spiti Valley is located in Himachal Pradesh, and it's known as the cold desert of the north.

     

    Question 13. What kind of vehicle is available for the Spiti valley tour?

    Answer: Xylo, Innova, Tempo Traveller, depending on the group size