Spiti Valley Tour

10 Days / 09 Nights  Spiti Valley Tour

The journey begins in Manali and takes you to the most remote regions that is Himachal Pradesh including the scintillating Spiti Valley & Kinnaur. It also includes visits to remote villages, valleys, and crossing High Mountain passes, which offer stunning perspectives of the glacier-covered mountains with rugged terrain, as well as ancient monasteries.

Day 1: Drive delhi to manali

On arrival at Delhi transfer to Manali. On arrival at Manali check-in hotel. Dinner and night stay at hotel.

Day 02 drive Manali to Chandratal via Rohtang Pass

In the morning proceed to Chandratal from Manali.Visit on the way- Marhi, Rohtang Pass (3978 mtr).Overnight Camp atChandratral.

Rohtang Pass​

Rohtang Pass- a gateway to Lahaul and Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh is an one of the stunning spots in the whole Kullu region. The picturesque pass is situated just 51 kilometers from Manali located at an altitude of 3980 meterson the Manali Keylong highway. The slope of the mountain is so stunning that people from all corners of the world come to this area to participate in the adventure sports.

Day : 3 Drive Chandratal to Kaza

Visiton the way – Kunzum Pass (4551 mtr). Arrival Check-in to hotel at Kaza. Overnight at hotel in Kaza.

Kunzum Pass

It is located at 4551 meters above sea-level at a height of 4551 meters above sea level, the Kunzum Pass or Kunzum La is among India’s most motorable mountain passes. It is situated within Himachal Pradesh in North India. Many cyclists come to this area to enjoy the most thrilling journey through the stunning entry point into Kunzum Pass.

Day :04 Kaza SightSeeing

Morning visit to the well-known Ki monastery, which is 12kms from Kaza. The century of the Ki monastery. The Old Gompa is a maze of corridors and rooms that in the past, it also served as an army fort. Visit the gompa in Kibber 9 kilometers in the future. Overnight stay at the Hotel/Home Stay.

the old gompa

A haven for historians A haven for historians, the Key Monastery houses an extensive collection of treasures. It is home to important manuscripts, Thangkas stunning murals, stucco designs and unusual wind instruments in the monastery. Lamas still play these instruments for the annual celebration of Key Monastery in the summer season.

Another fascinating collection within the monastery is that of weapons that were possibly employed to protect the monastery from barbarian attack of the invaders. A variety of murals that include pictures and images of Buddha and the number books with a high aesthetic value, and documents from the past that pertain to the order of the day are displayed in the monastery.

DAY 05: drive Kaza to Pin Valley

Travel from Kaza to Pin Valley, the land of Ibex and Snow Leopards. Visit Kungri Monastery at Pin valley. Night stay at Mud village.

Kungri Monastery

It is believed that the Kungri Monastery is believed to be built in the early part in the fourteenth century and is comprised of three rectangular blocks, which are facing east. It demonstrates the powerful influence on its Tibetan traditions that have been present throughout the Pin Valley from time immemorial until today.The Kangri Monastery has assorted silk artworks of different Buddhist gods on its inner walls, and has huge statues and more than 300 volumes of sacred Tibetan text, Kenjur and Tenjur preserved meticulously by muslin in white.

Day 06: Drive Pin valley- toba

Journey through Pin Valley, to Tabo While visiting Pin Valley, visit Dhankar Gompa while traveling. The 1200 year old site is located between two rocks at the top of Dhankar village.

Dhankar Gompa

Dhankar Monastery is the symbolic salute to the religious convictions and practices of Dhankar Monastery is a symbol of salutation to the spiritual beliefs held Buddhist community. It is situated within Lahaul and Spiti valleys and has been categorized among the hundert most endangered monuments across the world. It is located at 3,894 metres, it provides breathtaking views across the Spiti valley and serves as an ideal place to mix and mingle different religions and cultures.

Day 07: Drive Tabo- to Kalpa via Gue Village, Nako Lake

The early morning leaving out of Tabo towards Gue Village (55kms), visit Gue village as well as Gue Village, famously known as Mummy of Monk in meditation and later drive through Kalpa.

Mummy of Monk

In Himachal Pradesh’s Lahaul and Spiti district lies a dazzling hidden. A 500-year-old mummy, with teeth that are still preserved. In Gue’s village. Gue the mummy is believed to be the mother of the Buddhist monk called Sangha Tenzin, and is one of the most amazing objects you’ll ever come across.


located on the highway Shimla-Kaza and the town on the river of Kalpa situated in the Kinnaur district is described as a “surprise” destination. It is situated on the banks of the Sutlej river, Kalpa seems to almost appear to disappear into the distance because it is hidden behind a hill that is away from the road’s direct view. Kalpa is the place where beautiful apple orchards are abundant. When I say this I’m referring to the fact that there’s apple trees everywhere!

Day 08: Drive Kalpa to sangla via Chitkul

Travel on the road to Kalpa up to Sangla Enroute visiting Kamru Fort and Chitkul Village. It is the Picturesque Sangla town Sangla situated in the Banks of the renowned Baspa River provides an Ideal area for Adventure Activities and also a visit Chitkul Village.

chitkul village

At an elevation of 3,450 meters and 28 kilometers from Sangla, Chitkul is like an entry point to the stunning beautiful landscape and a peaceful setting. The area is surrounded by orchids, mountains, massive meadows, rocks forests, rivers and grasslands Chitkul offers a distinctive distinctiveness that sets it apart from other hill stations. A bus or car ride to Chitkul’s village Chitkul is a pleasurable trip.

sangla village

For a visit to the Sangla village, take a walk from to the road that runs through it. It has a Buddhist temple called Bering Nag and a Buddhist monastery that is located on the same place. You can then go down the Baspa river, and there is bridges that allows you to traverse the river. On the other side of the bridge hanging in the air is a village that has been preserved as Batseri.

Day 09: Drive Sangla to Shimla

After breakfast drive to Shimla. On arrival stay at hotel.

Day 10: Drive Shimla to delhi

After breakfast day free for own. Institute of Advance Studies is worth visit (old building made in 1837). Visit famous Mall road, Ridge, Scandal point and Church. Evening board your coach to Delhi.

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