The topography of Spiti is marked by high mountains and narrow river valleys with flat land being an uncommon occurrence. The rugged climate and high altitude makes the region somewhat difficult for human habitation. The great range of the main Himalayas in back ground is beautiful and refreshing. Wild life as Ibex and Thar can be seen in the herds as well as the snow wolves too.
You will explore the century’s old monasteries which belong to Tibetan Buddhism where monks practice meditation and other monastic rituals preserving old Stucco images and Thangkas depicting different life stories of Guru Padmasambhava, the founder of Gelug-Pa sect, people of Spiti live with their herds of Yak, Sheep and goat. They are hospitable and in villages still maintain the centuries old tradition.
Day1 : Arrive Manali (1950m) & Local Sightseeing
Day 2 : Manali – Kaza (201 km/ 8-9 hrs)
Day 3: Kaza: Visit Langza (4400m), Hikkim (4400m), Komic (4570m) (6-7hrs)
Day 4 : Kaza- to Chandartal via Kye, Kibber (93km/6-7hrs)
Day 5 : Chandartal- Manali, Visit Sissu (110km/7-8hr)
Day 6: Departure
Day 1: Arrive Manali (1950m) & Local Sightseeing
Report at the hotel in Manali, in afternoon visit: Manu Temple, Hadimba Temple & Mall road of Manali. Return back to hotel in the evening.
Day 2: Manali – Kaza (201 km/ 8-9 hrs)
Today we start early in the morning. We Drive on newly opened Atal Tunnel & cross one of the high-altitude pass, “The Kunzum Pass” (4590 meters) to reach Lossar. It’s good road until we reach Gramphu but once we take the road to Spiti its all off-road, we drive along the bank of River Chandra on whose name the valley got its name “Chandra Valley”. We cross the check-post at Lossar & drive along till we reach Kaza, "subdivisional headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley". we arrive in the evening have our night at kaza at hotel.
Day 3: Kaza: Visit Langza (4400m), Hikkim (4400m), Komic (4570m)/ 6-7hrs
Today is the day to explore Spiti region. After breakfast we start visiting highest villages of spiti starting with Langza village, Hikkim village (the Highest post
office in the altitude), Komic the highest village. Exploring it will consume your whole day in the upper region of spiti valley. we return back to Kaza in the evening for Dinner & Stay.
Day 4: Kaza- to Chandartal via Kye, Kibber (93km/6-7hrs)
Today we drive to Kye first and then to Kibber village and continue to Kunzum and then will take the road to Chandartal. In evening, we visit Chandartal Lake
and stay at the camps at Chandartal for the night.
Day 5: Chandartal- Manali, Visit Sissu (110km/7-8hr)
Today is our last ride and we’ll drive all the way back on the road we came till we reach Gramphu and drive further to Sissu and Solang if time permits. We
reach Manali late in the noon or evening. Night in the hotel at Manali.
Day 6: Departure
It’s a free day. In the afternoon check out from hotel and evening drop at bus stand.
Cost based on Minimum 6 Person
Double Rooms Supplement: 1500 Per Person
All Accommodation on Double/ Triple sharing/ Quad sharing
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner, No lunch
Transportation as per the itinerary
Special permits for restricted area.
Medical kit with Oxygen Cylinder.
Meals: Breakfast on Day 1 & Dinner on last day 6
No Pickup or drop in Manali
Lunch for entire tour
Mineral water or any sort of Beverages
Cost occurred due to change in program due to unforeseen circumstance like: road blocks, restriction
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Less than 7 days
Activity: Culture Tours
Season: June - October
Duration: 6 days
Visit to high altitude villages
Chandra valley: CB Mountain range & Kunzum Pass
Chandertal: Pristine lake
Diversity of landscape from lush green to barren Spiti
Herds of Yaks can be seen on higher pastures land
Stunning beauty of Himalaya
Buddhist monasteries containing mural painting, stucco images and Thanks.