Spiti Valley

There are two routes to the stunning Spiti Valley. One, via Manali and the other via Shimla – which is also called the Hindustan – Tibet Highway. In the months of April and May, before the Manali – Kaza Highway opens Spiti Valley to a busy, bustling world, there is a fantastic opportunity to explore Spiti Valley at its tranquil and peaceful best through the Hindustan – Tibet Highway starting from Shimla. While the rest of the country is baking in the smoldering summers, the high altitude mountains of the Spiti Valley are usually still trenched in snow. This Spiti Valley tour for seven days is perfect for you if you want a break from the heat, and only have time in months of April and May.

Trip Details


Day 1
Chandigarh to Narkanda

On the first day of Spiti valley trip, we will start from Chandigarh. Our representative will pick you from Railway station/airport and we start our journey to Narkanda. It will take about 5 hours to reach Shimla. Go to Hotel and check in.

Day 2
Narkanda to Chitkul

On the third day of our Spiti valley trip, we shall go for a short stretch from Narkanda to Rampur. This stretch is the most scenic part of the entire trip as the landscape changes drastically every minute.

Day 3
Chitkul to Kalpa

Chitkul to kalpa

Day 4
Kalpa to Tabo

After breakfast check out, start your journey to the famous second largest village of the Spiti Valley, Tabo is known worldwide for its 1020-year-old 'Tabo Monastery'. Walk around this UNESCO world heritage site and gain a deeper insight into Buddhism. Unlike other monasteries in the Spiti Valley, the Tabo monastery is located at the bottom of the valley.

Overnight stay at Tabo hotel/homestay.

Day 5
Tabo to Kaza via Dhankar Monastery

Wake up early morning to witness a mesmerizing sunrise. After having breakfast, head towards Kaza. Nestled in one corner of the beautiful Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, Kaza happens to be a tranquil and serene destination in Spiti Valley. Packed with majestic snow-covered mountains, bubbling rivers, picturesque landscape, and shimmering streams, this dreamy place is no less than a paradise on earth.

Day 6
Kaza to Key Monastery, Kibber, Hikkim,Komic,Langza

Wake up & post-breakfast we Depart for Kibber Monastery. Sightseeing and exploring Kibber, Key Monastery and come back to Kaza by evening. Overnight stay at Kaza. Reach Kaza and check in to the Camps/Hotel/Homestay.

Day 7
Kaza to Chandratal Lake

On the eighth day of this Spiti Valley tour, Morning after breakfast leave for Chandratal Lake by crossing Kunzam Pass (15,100ft) on the way cover lossar valley and reach Baltal, proceed to Chandratal lake. On a way have a magnificent view of CB Ranges Peaks. This Deep Blue Water Has A Circumference Of 2.5 Kms. This Is The Source Of The River Chandra According To Some Believers, This Is The Spot From Where The God Indra`S Chariot Took The Eldest Pandava Brother Yudhistra To Swarga To Heaven In His Mortal Form. Full day at Leisure to enjoy the beauty of beautiful lake and natural surrounded Snow peaks. O/N Camping at Chandratal Lake.

Day 8
Chandratal Lake to Manali

After breakfast Chander Tal we leve for Manali. On the way – Keylong by road via Gramphu, Khoksar, Sissu, Tandi (where Chandra and Bhaga river meets) and then we reach Keylong. From Keylong, we’ll get back to Manali via Atal tunnel.
Atal Tunnel (also known as Rohtang Tunnel) is a highway tunnel built under the Rohtang Pass in the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway in Himachal Pradesh, India. At a length of 9.02 km, it is the longest tunnel above 10,000 feet (3,048 m) in the world and is named after former Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Package Price

1 Bike 1 Person: ₹32, 500/- per person

1 Bike 2 Person: ₹26, 500/- per person

SUV: ₹25, 500/- per person

Own Bike Own Fuel: ₹18, 500/- per person


8 days / 7 nights
1 Bike 1 Person: ₹32, 500/- per person
1 Bike 2 Person: ₹26, 500/- per person
SUV: ₹25, 500/- per person
Own Bike Own Fuel: ₹18, 500/- per person
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