Kinnaur And Spiti Tour Package

Explore The Lost Horizon of Himalaya

Plan your tour to explore isolated Kinnaur and Spiti valley located on Indo —Tibet border. A spectacular road leads from Shimla to the scenic semi desert valley of Kinnaur dominated by mighty kinner kailash . Further to wider high altitude desert valley of spiti also known as ” little Tibet” surrounded by high mountains, here Tibetan Buddhist culture is flourished. Kullu – Manali and rest of the regions are lush green due to reach of monsoon in Summer.

Climate changes rapidly , you will also mesmerized by stunning beauty of Himalayan landscape, will notice the difference of culture from one valley to other. These most exotic sight of Himalayas are dotted with villages, ancients temples, monasteries and stupas, inhabited by cheerful, friendly and hospitable peoples . Highest point of the tour is Kunzum Pass ( 4550mtrs )

This trip is suitable for age group of 18 to 65 years and required the good physique.

Day 1:- Arrival Dehli

Day 2:- Delhi to Shimla (1900m)

Day 3:- Simla to Sarahan (1920m) 190 km.

Day 4:- Sarahan to Sangla — Chhitkul —Sangla ( 3450m ) 140 kms .

Day 5:- Sangla/ to Recongpeo (2290mtrs) 38kms.

Day 6:- Day to Explore around Recongpeo

Day 7:- Recongpeo to Tabo via Nako (3050 -167 km) 7hrs

Day 8:- Tabo to Kaza ( 3600 m.) 58kms . via Dhankar and Lalung ,Pin valley

Day 9:- Kaza (3600 m – 46 km) visit Kye and Kibber ( 4200mtrs )

Day 10 :- Explore Hidden area of Spiti . (4500 m)

Day 11:- Kaza to Manali (2000m) 196 kms

Day 12:- Explore Manali

Day 13:- Manali to Delhi ,570 kms , 16 hours

Day 14:- Arrive in Delhi

Day 1: Arrival Delhi 
Reception in the airport, transfer to the hotel, overnight in the hotel.

Day 2: Delhi – Chandigarh – Shimla (1900 m) 140km.
Kalka Shatabdi -12011 -Dep. Delhi 7.40 Arri.Chandigarh- 11.05 am. Early morning, departure by train to Chandigarh, a modern city in India which is designed by Le Corbusier (a Swiss-French Architecture). Visit the extraordinary Rock Garden, later drive to Shimla , Once the summer capital of British Raj. Presently is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh and one of known hill station of India. Evening sub the the time availability walk up through pine forest to visit the temple of Jhaku hill dedicated to the Monkey God Hanuman. Evening stroll in town to mingle with Indian folk and feel the nostalgia of Victorian era. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Shimla to Sarahan (1920m) 190 km.
After breakfast, drive via Kufri, Narkanda and descend to the Rampur erstwhile Himalayan kingdom of Rampur Busheher. Continue to Sarahan the summer capital of the Rampur Busheher. The Visit 1500 years old temple of and one gets a magnificent view of the Shri-Khand peaks. This temple is about. O/N in guest house.

Day 4: Sarahan to Chhitkul and Sangla ( 3450m ) 140 kms
The gate way to Kinnaur, Leave for Sangla, also called Baspa Valley. Most beautiful valley of Kinnaur dominated by Kamru fort, visit the villages of Chitkul and Rackchham having typical kinnauri architecture visit the fort and village, overnight in guest house.

Day 5: Sangla/ to Recongpeo (2290mtrs) 38kms.
The gate way to Kinnaur, Leave for Sangla, also called Baspa Valley. Most beautiful valley of Kinnaur dominated by Kamru fort, visit the villages of Chitkul and Rackchham having typical kinnauri architecture visit the fort and village, overnight in guest house.

Day 6: Around Kalpa: (Formalities to issue inner line permit).
Morning or afternoon of day before you will visit to the subdivision magistrate office to complete the administrative to issue the Inner line permit to cross the area located between Indo – Tibet Border. Later discovery the authentic villages of the region, Kothi and its temple dedicated to the goddess Devi Chanadika, Roghi (2700m) beween the apple trees. Walk to Chini village where the Hindu and Buddhist cultures mingle harmoniously, visit the small monastery of Hu-Bu-Lan-Ka.

Day 7: Recongpeo to Tabo via Nako (3050 -167 km) 7 hours
As we enter the restricted area near Indo-Tibet border one needs to have inner line permit and passport will be checked at check post at Jhangi. Drive towards the Spiti via Khab where Satluj river joins the Spiti river. Nako, the most charming village offers a magnificent view around. To the north of the village is the monastic complex belonging to the Drugpa order.Another check posts is at Sumdo. Driving through several villages reached we reach at Tabo. Tabo monastery has been founded in 996 A.D.,often called the Ajanta of Himalayas. In trans Himalayas Budhisim Tabo sanctity is next only to Tibet’s Tholing gompa. Night in hotel.

Day 8: Tabo to Kaza ( 3600m) 58kms. via Dhankar and Lalung,
Dhankar the ancient capital of Spiti king, the most incredibly situated gompa, perched high on the barren rocky mountain slopes. Lalung: The second most interested monastery of Spiti afternoon reached Pin valley known for its national park (house of the snow leopards, and ibex) Kungri gompa is the main Centre of Nyingma PA sect in Spiti. Night in Kaza.

Day 9: Kaza (3600 m – 46 km) visit Key and Kibber (4200mtrs)
Leave to visit the famous. Key gompa perched high on a pyramid like mountain, belongs to the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Kibber one of the highest permanent inhabited village in the world, situated at the elevation of 4200 m located in a semi bowl-shaped narrow valley. Evening return to Kaza the sub divisional headquarter of Spiti. Explore the tiny town, night in guest house.

Day 10: Explore Hidden area of Spiti (4500 m)
Uphill road till Langza, visit the village, further to Comic known for one of the highest Monastery in the world and for fossil, after lunch stroll to collect the fossil, later one can visit the family house to know the life of people, by evening back to Kaza for overnight stay.

Day 11: Kaza to Manali (2000m) 196 kms
Road leads through several villages of the Spiti valley, last village of the valley is Lossar. Short uphill drive till Kunzum pass (4700m) offer extensive view of the snow caped mountains continue by Chandra valley over Rohtang pass (4050m) the gateway between Lahoul / Spiti and Kullu “valley of the God” Descending by the snake-curved road through the pasture of wild flowers and forest of silver Oak, Fir, Popular and waterfalls will accompany till Manali. O/N in hotel.

Day 12: Explore Manali
Visit old Manali village and Manu temple, Hadimba temple in middle of cedar forest, Shiva temple and afternoon Vashisht hot spring, evening free, night in hotel.

Day 13: Manali to Delhi ,570 kms , 16 hours.
Free day in Manali, Afternoon transfer to bus station, night in comfortable bus.

Day 14: Arrive in Delhi
Transfer to hotel, half day visit to Jamma Masjid, Red fort, Kutub Minar, evening transfer to international airport and fly for onward destination.

Cost for less than 4 persons

Cost Per Person- €1790 for 2 person Group

Cost Per Person- € 1635 for 3 person Group

Formed groups: If you are a group of more than 8 persons, please contact us to get the special deal.

Proposed date: If the proposed dates don’t suite to those individuals, families, friends, club or corporates groups, we can tailor their trip for the date that match to their holidays schedule for the suitable period when your trip can be conducted.


  • Twin sharing room in a 3* hotel

  • All 3 meals (Lunch-Breakfast-Dinner)

  • Lunch will be packed or in a local restaurant

  • Breakfast & Dinner in hotel

  • Ground transport as per itinerary.

  • Airport / Railway Station & Bus Stand transfer

  • AC Chair class train between Delhi-Shimla

  • AC Volvo bus ticket between Manali -Delhi.

  • English speaking local Guide

  • Inner line permit

  • Medical box with oxygen cylinder


  • Any air fare, Monument fees.

  • Monument fee

  • Visa and airport tax.

  • Insurance

  • Beverages and personal expenses.

  • Medical expenses and evacuation.

  • Tipping

  • Any other expanse occurred due to the road block and flight cancellation etc

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    Kinnaur And Spiti Tour Package

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    • Region: Shimla - Kinnaur - Spiti- Manali

    • Activity: Culture Tours

    • Duration: 14 Days

    • Season: July to Oct

    • Duration: 14 Days


    • Experience Indian Railway Journey

    • Shimla summer capital of colonial era

    • A remarkable architecture of Hindu temples.

    • Culture heritage of semi desert Kinnaur and bewitching view of mount Kinner Kailash.

    • Tribal villages on the Indo-Tibetan border.

    • Spiti “Little Tibet” and its centenary old Buddhist monasteries.

    • The Mural Paintings and stucco images of the monasteries.

    • Stunning landscapes, authentic Tibetan culture, Arid Landscapes and Oases

    • High altitude alpine meadows and lush valley of Kullu-Manali or the valley of Gods

    • Delhi: The capital of India

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