Spiti Valley Road Trip
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Perched at an altitude of 12,500 feet above sea level, Spiti is one of the coldest places in India. This cold desert mountain valley is one of the most sought after destination in Himachal Pradesh. The unforgettable glimpses of snow-capped peaks and the craggy trekking trails make Spiti a must-visit adventure destination. If one wishes to witness the gratifying high altitude views, Trek along the Spiti river starting at Dhankar monastery to Dhankar lake. This fairy-like place that has crisp, white and pristine coverings transforms the landscape into a magical land full of wonder and undiscovered mysteries.
Trek oriented Trip
Certified Trek Leaders
Scenic view of Chandratal lake
Explore local area of old manali
Camping near Chandratal lake
Meals (5 Breakfast ,4 Lunch)
All inner line permits for the trip
Driver Night Charges, Toll Tax, Parking Charges, etc
Team Captain throughout the trip
An Oxygen Cylinder 24X7 in the car in case of emergency
Day 0 :
Depart from Delhi by Evening 6.30pm
Day 1 :
- Arrive at Manali by morning and check-in at the hotel.
- Post breakfast and some leisure, feel free to explore the local area of Manali.
- You can visit the Mall road, Hadimba Temple, Old Manali for some good cafes to chill.
- Visit Vashisht temple for the Hot water Spring.
- Come back to the hotel by evening.
- Briefing about the next day and overnight stay.
Day 2 :
- Post early breakfast, we start our journey to the valley of the Gods – Lahaul & Spiti!
- Crossover to Lahaul by passing through the adventure haven – The Rohtang Pass,
- Watch the terrain shift from lush green valleys to brown arid desserts.
- At 14,931 ft we cross another high altitude pass & the gateway to the Spiti Valley – Kunzum La.
- We continue our drive through the stunning landscape to reach Kaza by evening
- Overnight stay at camps/hotel.
Day 3 :
- Being remotely located atop a hill overlooking endless plains,
- the Key Monastery is a world famous center for learning and is an obvious choice for those seeking peace and calm.
- Declared a national park in 1987, Pin Valley has altitudes ranging from 11,000 to 20,000 feet
- and is home to at least 12 endangered snow leopards.
- In addition, other animals indigenous to the region and park are the Siberian Ibex,
- Bharal, Weasel, Red Fox, and Marten. Birds such as the Pika, Griffon, Golden Eagle,
- Bearded Vulture, Chukor, and Raven can be spotted flocking to the skies of the picturesque valley.
- We first visit the Kungri Monastery and then the beautiful hamlet of Mud – the last motorable village of the Pin Valley.
- Overnight at Kaza
Day 4 :
- Visit some of the highest inhabited regions of the world.
- The highest village in Asia – Komic, situated at a height of 4513 m,
- has a population of 84 people and is cut off from rest of the world for most parts of the year.
- Later, we drive to Hikkim, where we have a chance to send postcards from
- the world’s highest post office! At Langza, walk back to the prehistoric era when Spiti was submerged by the Tethys Sea,
- as you explore a land very rich with fossils of Marine animals and plants which were here millions of years ago.
- Overnight at Kaza
Day 5 :
- We start tracing our steps back towards Manali. However,
- make one last stop to witness another Spitian wonder – Chandra Tal Lake.
- The mystical and beautiful Chandra Tal Lake or the Moon Lake is located at a height of 14,000 feet.
- The Chandra Bhaga mountain range forms a striking backdrop for the lake,
- which changes appearance according to the pictures painted in the sky.
- Later check in to the Campsite near Chandra Tal Lake,
- overnight stay at the tents under the gaze of a million stars and the Milky Way Galaxy
Day 6 :
- Today, we commence our way back on the Manali – Kaza Road.
- We pass through some more stunning landscapes and cross the Rohtang Pass to reach Manali by afternoon.
Any kind of food or beverage that is not included in the package like alcoholic drinks, mineral water, meals/refreshments/lunches on the highway
Any personal expenses like a tip to the drivers, entry to monuments/monasteries, camera/video camera charges, camel safari, river rafting, laundry, telephone bills, tips, etc
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks etc. (to be borne directly by the customer on the spot)
Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusions
Things to Carry
Medicines(if you have any health issues)
GOVT issued ID proof
Small backpack (10L or 20L)
Pick up timings may Vary
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