Magical Spiti Valley

9 Days
  • Chandigarh
  • 3 Star Hotels
  • Included
  • Chandigarh
  • Around the year
  • Innova/Tempo Traveller
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • 15,059 feet
  • 4-20

Package Cost

Category Deluxe Premium
Ertiga(02 Pax) 48500 64500
Ertiga(04Pax) 34800 50800
Innova(06 Pax) 30200 46000

Tour Attraction

  • Key Monastery:
  • Tabo Monastery
  • Chandratal Lake
  • Dhankar Monastery
  • Pin Valley National Park
  • Kaza
  • Langza Village
  • Hikkim
  • Komik Village
  • Lhalung Monastery


Today Morning, On your Arrival at Chandigarh Airport OR Railway Station, Our Driver will pick you up and your journey to Narkanda/Kotgarh Will Start. On the way, enjoy the Outer view of the beautiful Shimla and Kufri. Treat your eyes to the stunning views of the snow-clad peaks and lush environs.
On arrival check-in to the Narkanda/Kotgarh Stay and take a rest from the long hectic journey. Dinner & Overnight stay at Narkanda/Kotgarh.
(NOTE: Please reach the meeting point as early as possible. As early as you depart, As early as you will arrive at your destination. Vehicle will pick all travelers together only from one point).

Today Morning, Start your journey For Sangla/Rakcham. On the way enjoy the beautiful views of hills, Also enjoy the beautiful views of the lovely outer villages of Rampur, Tranda Dhank, Tranda Mata Mandir, Wangtu, and Karcham.
On Arrival at Sangla/Rakcham, Check-in to the stay and retire for the day. You can explore the nearby places on your own. Dinner and Overnight stay at Sangla/Rakcham.

Today Morning after breakfast, Visit - Rakcham and Chitkul Village (Last Village on the old Indo Tibetan Trade Route). On the Way enjoy the great views of Baspa River and Valley.
Later on, Start your Journey for Kalpa. On Arrival at Reckong Peo, You can Visit and Explore the Peo Market (On Your Own If Time Permits).
On Arrival at Kalpa, Visit - Roghi Village and Suicide point. At Kalpa, catch a glimpse of the famous Kinner Kailash mountain range. Later on Check-in to the Stay and retire for the day. Enjoy the Dinner & Overnight stay at Kalpa.

Today Morning, After Breakfast check-out from the stay and start your journey for Tabo/Poh. Enroute you will find the amazing view of Satluj & Spiti Rivers at Khab. You can stop for lunch in Nako village which is famous for a beautiful lake. On the way Visit Gue village to see the Mummy (Depends upon the road condition). Later on continued the journey to Tabo/Poh.
On Arrival, Check-In to the Stay & Retire for the Day. Dinner and Overnight stay at Tabo/Poh.
Gue Mummy- Believed to be over 500 years old, this rare natural mummy belongs to Sangha Tenzin, a Buddhist monk who started the self-mummification process while still living! In 1975, an earthquake in the wind-sculpted Spiti Valley opened up a time-worn tomb in Gue.
Tabo, Is a small town in Lahaul and Spiti district on the banks of the Spiti River. The town lies on the road between Reckong Peo and Kaza. Visit the Tabo village, surrounded by Buddhist Monasteries which is more than 1000 years old and is considered one of the holiest Buddhist sites in the world. There are several caves nearby which are used by Buddhist monks for meditation in solitude.

This morning after breakfast Check-Out from the Stay and Visit - Tabo Monastery and Caves (Minimum 1 Hrs Hiking for the Same). Later on Start your Journey for Kaza Via Dhankar & Pin Valley.
First Visit - Dhankar village and visit Gompa which is situated high above the valley.
Later On Visit - Pin Valley (If Time permits and Roads are operable). Explore village life and spend some time in Kungri monastery.
Later On, Move towards Kaza. On Arrival at Kaza, Check-In to the Stay and retire for the day. Dinner and overnight stay at Kaza.
Dhankar Village, Is known for a fort and residence of the king of Spiti. The views from this point are mind blowing.
Pin Valley, Is famous for its wildlife which includes critically endangered snow leopards, Siberian ibex,
Himalayan bear and wolf.
Kaza, Is the sub divisional headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley and known as Heart of Spiti. Kaza is a high altitude or cold desert having close similarities to the neighboring Tibet and Ladakh regions in terms of terrain, climate and the Buddhist culture.

This morning, get ready for the Tour - Key Monastery, Kibber, Chicham Bridge, Langza, Hikkim, Komic. Later on you can explore the Kaza Market (On Your own). After Exploring the market, come back to the Stay. Dinner and overnight stay at Kaza.
Key Monastery, Founded more than a 1000 years ago by Dromton, Key Gompa Monastery located in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Key Monastery or Kye Gompa is an absolutely transcendent place of worship which is now officially the biggest monastery of Spiti Valley and a religious training center for Lamas.
Kibber, Is the best place for travelers in the entire Spiti Valley. Located at a dizzying altitude of 4200m above sea level, Kibber village is famous for a monastery and the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
Chicham Bridge, Located at a height of around 4500 meters above sea level in the Himalayan mountain
ranges, the Chicham Bridge is said to be the world's highest suspension bridge and is one of the most
spectacular bridges of the world. The bridge is situated across a deep gorge around 1000 feet in height. The
bridge connects Kibber village with the Chicham village in the Spiti valley and is frequently used by motorists
for approaching the Kunzum Pass. The bridge was opened to the public in the year 2017.
Langza, Is famous for its fossil hunting. Due to its close proximity to the China border, most of the population in Langza practice Tibetan Buddhism. It is an interesting place for handicraft lovers as the primary occupation of the villagers is mud craft. Vessels, ornaments, and souvenirs of all shapes and sizes are produced in this village and sold all across the country.
Hikkim, The world’s highest post office in the world. If possible, you might even meet the postmaster and hear his stories and have the experience of sending a postcard to your family, loved one from the nominated Post Office.
Komic, Is the world's highest connecting Village with the motorable road which literally translates to ‘eye of a snow cock’, is situated at a height of 4580 metres. This farming village has a population of 84 people, living in utter isolation, cut-off from the rest of the world for most parts of the year. This little hamlet ensures to bring you thousands of miles away from your familiar settings to a place of soft brown pastures and snow-white mountain peaks. Some of the common animals of the region are the Tibetan wolf, blue sheep, red fox, hare, snow cock, Himalayan griffon, rock pigeon etc.

Today morning After Breakfast drive for Chandratal, best attraction for adventure of trekking & camping experience. On the way, Visit Losar village and you can also take a tea break. Drive to Chandratal Enrouting Kunzum Pass, Take blessings from Kunzum Mata Mandir for our better welfare. By late afternoon or evening reach Chandratal campsite and check-in to camps in the midst of overwhelming landscapes and do some hiking nearby on your own.
Later on you can go for trekking to chandratal lake and enjoy the beautiful view of the lake. Spent some time there and enjoyed the view of Beautiful Moon lake.
Later on come back to the camp for dinner and overnight stay under the stars and have an Amazing experience of Stargazing & Milky-way Photography shoots.
(NOTE:- In Chandratal all camps are at the camp site and minimum 2.5-3 Kms distance from the lake - One Side and Don't forget to bring your Camera, DSLR if you have. Otherwise You will regret it).

This Early Morning, After Breakfast proceed to Manali. On the way you will be fascinated by the snow clad mountains. We will drive towards Manali Via Batal and Chhatru. Chacha Chachi Dhaba is the only Dhaba and attraction at Batal. Here's one such story of generosity, love and kindness. Meet Chacha and Chachi, pride of Spiti's unassuming Batal valley.
Till late Afternoon or Evening, We will be reaching Manali (Via Atul Tunnel Route). On Arrival at Manali, Check-in to the Stay and retire for the day. If Time Permits, Visit Manali Mall Road in the Evening (On Your Own). Dinner and Overnight stay at Manali.

Today early morning, After Breakfast checkout from the Hotel and Move for Chandigarh Airport OR Railway Station. On the way, enjoy the beautiful hill views of Manali. Our Driver will drop you at Chandigarh Airport OR Railway Station and from there onwards you can move for your onward Destination on your own.
You will remember this unexplored Spiti Trip till your lifetime with the beautiful memories- The Unexplored Hidden Gem of India. Tour Ends.



  • ➢ Accommodation as per the Itinerary In Starting Room Category.
  • ➢ Transfers from Chandigarh - Spiti - Chandigarh By 01 Non-AC Sedan (Dzire/Similar) OR 01 Non-AC SUV (Urban Cruiser/Ertiga/Xylo/Innova/Scorpio/Similar) OR 01 Non-AC Tempo Traveler/Similar - Vehicle Provided as per the Availability Only and Package Choose.
  • ➢ 08 Night stay in the Mentioned Homestays / Guest Houses / Hotels / Camps / Similar.
  • ➢ Meals - 08 Breakfast + 08 Dinner - In the Accommodation Places only.
  • ➢ Basic First Aid Box in the Vehicle.
  • ➢ Sightseeing Tours as per the itinerary Only (Vehicle will be on Non-Disposal basis).
  • ➢ All toll taxes, Fuel Charges, parking fees and driver's allowance.


  • ➢ Any Additional Transfers not specified in the Package Inclusions.
  • ➢ Any Flight, Bus, Train Tickets, Etc.
  • ➢ Lunch, Water bottles & Snacks are not included.
  • ➢ Tea's with Breakfast only Included. Further Guests have to pay for other Particular Orders.
  • ➢ Any Meals and Accommodation which is not mentioned in Package inclusions.
  • ➢ Adventure Activities : River Rafting, Paragliding , Skiing, Biking, Etc.
  • ➢ Other Activities : Bonfire, Astrophotography, Traditional Folk Dance, Etc.
  • ➢ Entry Tickets for Monuments, Monasteries Etc.
  • ➢ Rohtang Pass Visit and Route Trip.
  • ➢ Supplement Cost will be Applicable For Pickup and Drop Apart From Chandigarh Airport OR Railway Station.
  • ➢ Supplement Cost will be Applicable For Pickup and Drop From Shimla Airport.
  • ➢ Supplement Cost will be Chargeable For More Then 1 Pickup Point and More Than 1 Drop Point.
  • ➢ In Sedan (Dzire/Etios/Jazz/Similar) and Small SUVs (Urban Cruiser/Similar) Vehicles Carrier Above the Vehicles are not available. Guests have to Carry the Limited Luggage for the Same entire journey.
  • ➢ All kinds of personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills and beverages, Camera Fees Etc.
  • ➢ Any other Sightseeing Places which is not mentioned in the Itinerary, Supplement cost will be charged for the same. No Sightseeing will Cover on Last Day, Only drop will be Provided.
  • ➢ Guide Services, Travel Insurance, Room Heaters, Snacks, Oxygen Cylinder, Etc.
  • ➢ In Hilly Areas AC and Blower Will not operate and Run. Supplement Cost will be applicable for AC and Blower.
  • ➢ Hotels/Stays Standard Check-In & Check-Out Time as per the Hotels/Stays Policies.
  • ➢ Any expenses incurred due to unforeseen circumstances have to be borne by the guest directly like - Flight delay, Flight cancellation, Bad weather, Landslide, Road blocks, Any issues due to Covid-19, Any Natural Calamity and Medical Issues etc.
  • ➢ Any claim due to road blocks, curfews, accidents etc.
  • ➢ Any other item not specified in the Package Inclusions.
  • ➢ GST.

About Spiti

Spiti Valley, located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is a remote and rugged mountain desert region nestled in the Himalayas. It is renowned for its stark beauty, ancient monasteries, and unique cultural heritage. Here’s a short overview of Spiti:

  1. Geography: Spiti Valley is situated at an average altitude of around 3,800 meters (12,500 feet) above sea level, making it one of the highest inhabited regions in the world. It is flanked by towering mountain ranges and characterized by barren landscapes, deep gorges, and snow-capped peaks.
  2. Culture and Heritage: Spiti Valley has a rich cultural heritage deeply rooted in Tibetan Buddhism. The region is dotted with ancient monasteries, such as Key Monastery, Tabo Monastery, and Dhankar Monastery, which are architectural marvels and spiritual centers for Buddhist practitioners.
  3. Lifestyle: The people of Spiti, primarily of Tibetan descent, lead a traditional agrarian lifestyle, relying on agriculture, animal husbandry, and trade. The villages in Spiti are characterized by whitewashed mud-brick houses, prayer flags fluttering in the wind, and terraced fields clinging to the mountainsides.
  4. Tourism: Spiti Valley attracts adventure seekers, nature enthusiasts, and spiritual travelers from around the world. Popular activities include trekking, camping, wildlife spotting, and visiting ancient monasteries. The region offers breathtaking vistas, serene landscapes, and opportunities for cultural immersion.
  5. Accessibility: Spiti Valley is accessible by road, primarily through two main routes: the Manali-Leh Highway and the Shimla-Kaza Highway. The roads to Spiti are often challenging and subject to closure during the winter months due to heavy snowfall, making summer and autumn the preferred seasons for travel.
  6. Environmental Conservation: The fragile ecosystem of Spiti Valley is under increasing pressure due to tourism and climate change. Efforts are being made to promote sustainable tourism practices and conservation initiatives to preserve the pristine beauty and biodiversity of the region.

In summary, Spiti Valley is a remote Himalayan gem renowned for its raw natural beauty, ancient culture, and spiritual significance, making it a captivating destination for travelers seeking adventure and enlightenment amidst the mountains.

  • Chandigarh
  • 3 Star Hotels
  • Included
  • Chandigarh
  • Around the year
  • Innova/Tempo Traveller
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • 15,059 feet
  • 4-20