Spiti Valley Tour

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  • 8 Days 7 Nights | Manali
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About Spiti Valley Tour

The Trans Himalayan regions of Leh, Kargil, Lahaul and Spiti are landscapes which are one of their kinds and cannot be found anywhere else in the country.

It comprises a high altitude cold desert, high altitude snow-capped peaks and bare stretches of peaks of various colours shaped by the various forces of nature.

This Trans Himalayan regions are quite remote with extreme climatic conditions, high altitude mountain ranges and impenetrable mountain passes.

Despite this, the people of the region have adapted themselves to the conditions and happily live here.

This region also has a number of Buddhist Monasteries (locally called gompas) because Buddhism is practiced majorly by the people of this region which can visit.

These monasteries have absolute serene surroundings and are situated in really pretty locations.

Best times to visit this area are from early June to end of September. It is also fine to travel during the monsoons as it does not rain much here in this region.

Package Details

The trip to this Trans Himalayan region is indeed a memorable one as it provides a huge range of diverse sights and experiences.

In this tripwe would be primarily be covering the Lahaul Spiti region in the Trans Himalayan circuit.

We would also pass through the high altitude terrains of the Kunzum La Pass which connects Kullu Valley to the Spiti Valley.

This road would lead us to Kaza, which is situated by the banks of the Spiti River and is an important commercial centre in the valley.

From snow-capped mountains, lakes to Gomphas and picturesque villages, this trip to Spiti and Lahaul region definitely promise to be one memorable experience.

Route

The starting route of this journey will be from Manali. The route of the journey goes like- Manali - Chandra Tal - Kunzum La - Kaza - Mudh - Tabo - Kaza - Manali

Vehicle Type & Sharing Type:

  • With your own Bike 14,800/- INR (Per Person)
  • With our bike 26,800/- INR (Per Person)

Itinerary

Day 01:- Arrive at Manali

  • We arrive at Manali by Volvo Bus in the morning.
  • Pick up shall be arranged from the Volvo bus stand from where we will head over to the premises of Hamptan Home which is where we will stay for the day.
  • There will not be much activity for today and will primarily act as a day dedicated for complete rest for the body to regain all the required energy for the long journey across the lands of Lahaul and Spiti that officially commences from the day after.
  • You can either rest in your rooms or head over to do some sightseeing or shopping outside. The Mall road market at Manali is a must visit for shopping lovers.
  • We will try wrapping up things early today since we have a lot to do a lot of travelling from the next day.
  • Fresh cooked hot meals will be served for dinner by 7 pm. We will make way towards our beds by 8 pm in the night thereafter for some quality sound sleep.

Day 02:- Manali to Chandra Tal via Rohtang Pass

  • We will start our day early and leave as early as possible by 6 am to avoid any traffic jams while leaving Manali.
  • We will first pass through the Rohtang Pass and also probably get down to click some pictures with the snow.
  • The Rohtang pass is situated at a height of 13090 feet above sea level.
  • Post this we will start our journey again and drive through this road to reach Gramphu where it joins the road coming from Keylong.
  • We will have our lunch at Chhatru and take a small break there for some time.
  • The road now will have the Chandra river flowing by its side till Batal. Batal is the starting point for the trek to Chandra Taal.We will reach the camping site at Chandra Taal by the evening.
  • We will be welcomed with some snacks here on arrival. We would be mostly exhausted after the entire day’s journey and hence dinner would be served by 7pm followed by going to bed by 8 pm.
  • We will be staying at a camp here for the night.

Day 03:- From Chandratal to Kaza via Kunzum La

  • We will start our day with some lovely breakfast and start our journey towards Kaza via the Kunzum La or Kunzum Pass.
  • Kunzum is a high-altitude pass that connects Kullu and Lahaul valley with the Spiti Valley.
  • On the way to Kaza, we would also do some sightseeing on the way. First, we would be visiting the Key Monastery which is the biggest monastery in the Spiti region and is situated on the top of a hill.
  • Next, we will stop at Kibber village which houses a monastery and the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Kibber lies in a narrow valley and provides some spectacular views of the entire landscape. Kibber is 20 kilometres away from Kaza.
  • Villages of Komic and Langza would also fall on the way. These villages are very remote but are picturesque.
  • Langza is considered to be one of the highest villages in the world with a motorable road. Fossils are found here in abundance. These areas are sparsely populated.
  • We will reach Kaza by the evening and stay at hotel for the night.

Day 04:- From Kaza to Mudh

  • We would be starting our day early today as we would be covering some new places today.
  • Driving from Kaza we would first pass through Attargo and Mudh on the way to Pin Valley.
  • From the Attargo bridge, the Pin valley is just a straightforward route ahead.
  • Pin Valley though situated in the Lahaul Spiti region has a rather different ecosystem with lush green valley floors surrounded by snow-capped mountains in the backdrop.
  • The Pin River flows through this valley transforming the desert kind of a landscape into lush green stretches of land.
  • The Pin Valley is also home to a number of rare species of flora and fauna. We will be staying at a hotel at Mudh for the night.

Day 05:- From Mudh to Tabo

  • After some lazy breakfast, we will start our journey for Tabo and visit the famous Dhankar Monastery on the way.
  • The Dhankar Monastery or Gompha is situated at a height of 12774 feet above sea level and overlooks the confluence of Spiti and Pin rivers which is one of the most marvellous sights to witness.
  • We would also be indulging in a small trek to the Dhankar Lake.
  • The Dhankar Lake situated in the nearby Dhankar village is situated at a high altitude and provides some beautiful vistas.
  • Post this we would be visiting the Tabo Monastery which is one of the historic treasures in India and protected and maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.
  • Unlike other monasteries in this region which are situated on top of high cliffs, this is situated at the bottom of the valley.
  • We would be staying at a hotel at Tabo for the night and after some sumptuous dinner, call it a day off.

Day 06:- Rest in Kaza

  • This day would be reserved for rest which would be so much needed after the continuous travelling we would had been doing all this while.
  • Just take your favourite book and read it while sitting on a chair overlooking the beautiful landscapes or just marvel at nature or take photographs.
  • It is totally upon you today to plan your schedule.
  • Our vehicles would also be up for maintenance today as driving across such difficult terrains does require the vehicles to be working in the best condition.
  • We would be staying at the same hotel at Kaza for the night.

Day 07:- From Kaza till Manali

  • It is the last leg of our journey today. From Tabo we will ride till Manali using the same route that we had used earlier while arriving.
  • It will be a tedious and hectic journey today but we will surely take some breaks in between.
  • We would reach Manali by the evening and after some quick dinner, go off to sleep.
  • We will be staying at a hotel in Manali for the night.

Day 08:- Back to home

  • It is time to bid goodbye to the trip and everyone whom we met who had been part of it. After a rather late breakfast, we will start our journey back towards home.
  • Drop to the bus stand at Manali would be arranged and we will conclude this road trip on one of the best road routes in the country taking back some superb memories and sights worth cherishing forever.

Inclusions

  • Forest entry charges and all the necessary charges and permit fees while exploring certain places in and around Ladakh.
  • Meals and the basic first aid kit while being on this tour.
  • The first aid basic kit is available for the riders along with the portable oxygen.

Exclusions

  • Personal Expenses and also the personal porters to carry luggage.
  • Insurance of any kind for this trip. We do not hold the charge if the belongings of the travelers are damaged. It is at their risk.
  • Anything that is not part of the inclusions list.

Things to carry

  • Jackets
  • Sunglasses
  • Woollen garments
  • Water Flask
  • Camera
  • Dry Fruits
  • Dry Food Items
  • Camphor
  • If you cancel 7 days before the date of event:
    • 95% refund will be provided. (Payment gateway charges will be deducted)
  • If you cancel 3-6 days before the date of event:
    • 50 % of the actual amount of the trek. (Payment gateway charges will be deducted)
  • If you cancel 48 hours before the date of event:
    • No refund would be provided.
    • Last minute cancellations due to work, health issues etc. would not be entertained and no refund or transfer shall be allowed for the same.
  • Additional charges would be deducted (based on from where you booked) if you cancel the trek at any given date (along with the scenario described above), as payment gateway/event listing charges.
  • For all the above choices, you can transfer your tickets to your friends. We would be more than happy to have them on board and you could save your hard earned money.

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