Spiti Valley Road Trip

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30 June – 6 July | 14 – 20 July | 28 July – 3 Aug | 11 – 17 Aug | 25 – 31 Aug | 8 – 14 Sept | 22 – 28 Sept | 6 – 12 Oct

DAY 1: Reach Jibhi

  • Reach Jibhi in the morning.
  • Check into the beautiful cottages amidst the mountains.
  • Freshen up and rest for some time.
  • In the evening we will be trekking to the beautiful Jibhi Waterfalls.
  • Bonfire in the evening followed up with dinner and sleep over.

DAY 2: Jibhi to Sarahan.

  • Wake up early in the morning and after breakfast check out of the hotel.
  • Start the journey towards Sangla.
  • In the way visit the famous Jalori pass.
  • Reach Sarahan and visit Bhimadevi temple.
  • Arrive at the Sangla village and check in.
  • Have dinner and retire for the night.

DAY 3: Sarahan to Tabo

  • Wake up early morning and visit the famous Chitkul village(Last village on Indo-China Border).
  • Start journey towards Tabo.
  • In the way pass through Kalpa and get mesmerized by the view.
  • Reach Tabo and check in to the Glamps.
  • Evening activities followed with Dinner and sleepover.

DAY 4: Tabo to Key

  • Wake up in the morning and have breakfast.
  • Visit the Tabo Monastery before further starting the trip.
  • In the way visit Giu(Mummy of Spiti)
  • Also visit Mudh and Dhanker before reaching Key.
  • Reach Key, check in and stay overnight here.

DAY 5: Key to Langza, Komik, Hikkim, kaza

  • Wake up and have breakfast.
  • Visit the local villages of Spiti thar are Kibber, Hikkim, Komik, Langza, Kaza.
  • Dinner and overnight in Key.

Day 6: Key to Chandratal

  • After breakfast in the morning, start journey toward Chandratal Lake.
  • In the way visit Chicham Bridge, Asia’s Highest Bridge.
  • Visit Losar, Last village of Spiti Valley.
  • Reach Chandratal Lake in the evening.
  • After dinner, sleep under countless stars beside the Moon Lake.

Day 7: Chandratal to Manali

  • After waking up beside the lake, have Breakfast there.
  • Spend some time there.
  • We will then be moving towards manali.
  • In the way we will be crossing Bada Darra and Chota Darra.
  • Reach Manali by evening.

  • Entire travel as per the itinerary in Tempo Traveller.
  • 12 Meals will be provided throughout the trip. (Daily Breakfast and Dinner)
  • Accomodation throughout in journey in camps, glamps, hotel and homestays.
  • Team Manager throughout the trip.
  • Driver charges, toll charges, parking charges.

  • GST 5% is applicable extra.
  • Any other food and beverage charge that is not included in the itinerary.
  • Any permit or ticket for view points, monasteries..
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions column.
  • Any cost arising due to natural calamity like landslide, roadblock, etc.

CLOTHES

  • A sun cap and a woollen cap.
  • UV protected sun glasses.
  • At least 1 pair of inner thermals.
  • One cotton long sleeves and 2 short sleeve t-shirt.
  • 1 flees jacket.
  • 1 heavy thick jacket.
  • 1 pair of gloves.
  • 2 trek pants or cargo pants.
  • 2 pair of socks.
  • A small towel.
  • A rain jacket.

GEAR AND EXTRA

  • A rucksack bag and a day pack.
  • A water bottle.
  • Prescribed Medicines if any.
  • Torch.
  • Power bank.

Jibhi to Manali – INR 18999/-
Delhi to Delhi – INR 20999/-

Spiti valley or as the name suggests “The Middle Land” is a cold desert mountain valley in the state of Himacha Pradesh.

If you want one big hell of an adventure, then Spiti Valley is the destination for you. It shares a very rich and intense Buddhist culture the reason being the location of Spiti thats between India and Tibet.

The best time to visit Spiti is in between June and September as this is the time when you are welcomed by the glorious lakes of the valley, also almost all the roads are open at this time.

Key Monastery and Tabo Monastery : These are the world’s oldest monasteries and the most favourite of the Dalai Lama. The key monastery has been covered as the eco friendly tourism spot in Nat Geo Traveller.

The other picturesque spots of Spiti Valley are Dhankar Monastery, Chandra Tal Lake, Lossar and Koumik.

Chandratal Lake also known as the Moon Lake at an altitude of 4300 m is one of the most enchanting lakes in the Himalayas. The treacherous yet adventurous journey will lead you to this picturesque lake overlooking the Chandra River.

Now as you have a little idea, its time to experience the real beauty and adventure by yourself. Book your spot and be a part of the most happening and unforgettable trip to the valley of Lahaul and Spiti.

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by Vikas Kumar on Awaaz Travels

I trravelled with them to Himachal, and that was the best trip of my life till now.