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Spiti Valley - 9 Days

Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The Middle Land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India. Spiti valley is a research and cultural centre for Buddhists. The most interesting aspect of Spiti is its Gompas, and the most interesting aspect of these Gompas is their unique location. Perched high atop mountains, these monasteries are isolated from civilisation, which evokes a special kind of interest in a traveller’s mind. These Gompas are considered as the centre of Buddhism and are a major guiding force in a Spitian’s life. The great part is that some of the Spiti villages namely Komic, Langza, Kibber, Demul, Lhalung, Dhankar and Hikkim offer homestays to travellers. The weather of Lahaul and Spiti remains moderate and pleasant during summers which start in May and stretches till the mid month of October.

Holidays in Lahaul and Spiti offer pleasant experience whilst unfolding the stunning valleys of these places. High altitude lakes are the most beautiful embellishments on the crown of Spiti. The lakes are just unlike anything you might have seen or experienced.Chandratal, Suraj Tal and Dhankar are some of the popular lakes of the valley.Spiti offers a lot of scope for all you adventure junkies. Every year there are people taking the road to Spiti to try out a bunch of activities like Biking, Cycling, Mountaineering, Trekking, Camping, Ice Climbing and Overland Jeep Safari for the entire Spiti valley tour.

Day 1
Delhi - Shimla

Start early from Delhi, take NH1 towards Chandigarh. Just before Chandigarh, take the Himalayan Expressway towards Shimla. When arrived Shimla, you can take a walk through the market, mall road, Ridge etc.

Day 2
Shimla – Sarahan ( 176kms)

After breakfast, drive towards Sarahan, On the way, Will Flower Hall, Highest Halipad of Shimla Dist, Matiana (Famous for cherry Orchards) and Narkanda (Famous for skiing & Apple Orchards). Night in Sarahan

Day 3
Sarahan – Sangla (84kms)

After breakfast, drive towards Sangla also called Baspa valley. Sangla valley is also famous for its natural beauty and old villages. After lunch, visit to Chitkul, Kamru Fort and Batseri village. Chitkul is the highest and last village in the region at the height of 9000ft. Night in Sangla

Day 4
Sangla – Kalpa ( 36km)

After breakfast, drive to Kalpa and its offering a panoramic view of Mount Kinner Kalaish. After lunch visit the Kalpa monastery. Night in Kalpa

Day 5
Kalpa – Tabo (175km)

After breakfast, drive towards the Tabo. On the way, there is small village of Tibetan influence that surrounded a small lake. Near the lake will see magnificent scenery of the valley. On the streets of the village, you could meet the local people and you can interact with them. You can also visit the Nako Monastery.

Day 6
Tabo – Kaza 65km

After breakfast, visit Tabo monastery, then drive towards the Kaza. On the way visit, Lhalung Monastery, Kungri Monastery.

Day 7
Kaza - Manli 205km

Early morning, drive towards Manali via Rotang pass (3978m). On the way, you can see Keylong. Night in manali

Day 8
Manli sightseeing

After breakfast, proceed to half day city tour visiting Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Temple and Tibetan Monastery. Evening free for shoping.

Day 9
Manali - Delhi

After breakfast, drive to Delhi with the memories of Manali and Spiti valley.

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