Green Escape (Explore Spiti Valley)

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Explore Spiti Valley

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Holiday Highlights

Spiti Valley Tours in Lahaul Spiti, the largest district of Himachal Pradesh is a unique Spiti Valley Road trip. Lahaul Spiti is a high altitude cold desert lies in the Trans Himalayan region beyond Western Himalayas in Northern India at an average altitude of around 3800 meters and kaza is known for sub-divisional headquarters, which is situated along the Spiti River. Spiti are perfect locations for nature lovers, trekkers and spectacular scenery and cinematography.

Spiti Valley consists of the oldest monasteries, (Tabo, Sherkhang and Dhankar- all around 1000 years old), highest motorable villages in Asia (Langza and Komic), Gue Mummy ( mummy is nearly 550 years old.), highest village, post office,polling station, school in the world (Hikkim, kibber etc), ancient small whitewashed mud-homes and Chandratal lake, beautiful and vast landscape declared as 1020-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site

The valley is open only from May - October, the weather is very pleasant and comfortable. One can enjoy the bright sunshine with a gentle breeze blowing, keeping the temperatures well within 20 degrees. This is also the blooming period when the valley is filled with greenery and vibrant flowers, which further add to the scenic beauty. The valley receives very scanty rainfall during its monsoon. The duration between November to April is when the valley is most prone to snowfall and the temperatures go well below 0 to -10 degrees . Transportation is largely affected during this period and the valley is largely blocked from the rest of the country as there is no other way of entering it. During these spells of winter, the locals have to go through great hardships and survive on stocks preserved during the summer.

Culture and Religious of Lahaul & Spiti valley :-

The languages spoken in the valley include Hindi, Bodh, and Sanskrit. They are very similar to the Ladakhi and Tibetans culturally, as they had been placed under the rule of the Guge and Ladakh kingdoms at occasional intervals. The family acts as the basic unit of kinship among the locals in Lahaul. The extended family system is commonlypracticed and the family is headed by a senior male member, known as the Yunda, while his wife, known as the Yundamo, gains authority by being the oldest member in the generation.

Most locals here follow a combination of Hinduism and Tibetan Buddhism of the Drukpa Kagyu order of Tibetan Buddhism of the Gelugpa order. Lahaul has a temple by the name of Trilokinath which is devoted to Lord Shiva. Raja Ghepan is one of the major deities who is widely worshipped by almost all of Lahaul. Before people adapted to Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism, they followed the religion ‘Lung Pe Chhoi’, which was derived from the Bön religion of Tibet.

The Losar festival (also known as Halda in the local language) is celebrated between the months of January and February every year and has the same significance as the Diwali but is celebrated in a Tibetan fashion. The date of celebration is decided by the Lamas.

The people of Lahaul and Spiti follow a mixture of Hinduism and Buddhism, with a culture that is profoundly impacted by Tibetan Buddhism. Once part of the Maharaja of Kashmir’s empire, Spiti was later exchanged for certain areas in Kangra district. Buddhism initially spread along the Spiti River, extending its influence up to Tibet. In the 10th century AD Rinchen Zangpo, the Great Translator traveled from Tibet across these lands during the rule of the Guge kings of Tibet. Under his tutelage, several important monasteries came up in Lahaul – Spiti, which still continue to follow a pure form of Tibetan Buddhism.

- Trip Duration: 4 Nights & 6 Days

- Trip Start Point: Delhi

- Trip End Point: Delhi

- Trip Route: Manali - kaza - Manali

- Right time to visit: June to Sept

- Physical Level: Long road trip in short time anyone can do it without any problem

- Places Covered: Manali, Rohtang pass, Kaza, Langza- Kibber-ki-Hikkim, , Losar village, Kunzum pass

Short Itinerary

Day : 1- Overnight travel from Delhi to Manali

Day : 2- Manali- Rohtang Pass- Chatru-Kunzum La- Losar- Kaza

Day : 3- Kaza- Langza- Kibber-ki- Komik- Hikkim- Kaza

Day : 4- Kaza- Dhankar- Tabo-Kaza

Day : 5- Kaza- Losar- Kunzum Pass- Batal- Chatru- Gramphoo- Manali

Day : 6- Manali - Delhi

Detailed Itinerary


Depart early from Delhi. Overnight journey to Manali

Reach Manali early in the morning and take some rest and refresh up. After breakfast, start your journey for kaza. We pass through the popular adventure- Rohtang Pass and enjoy the landscapes of Rohtang( Approx 4000 mts ). On the way experience the most dangerous places, waterfalls crossing the non-existent roads of Gramphu, Chattru, batal and Kunzum La pass. Evening to reach to losar and take break for tea and then continue drive for kaza where we spend the night at a hotel

Distance from Manali to Kaza: 220 km

- Stay Spiti valley

- Travel Time: 10-12 hrs ( approx ) 

- Cab 

- Dinner

Today, Drive to some of the highest inhabited regions of the world. First we travel to Langza discover fossils of marine life, next visit world famous Ki Monastery and then head to Kibber Village- which is the highest village in Lahaul Spiti region located at 4120 mts and enjoy your lunch in local cafes. After lunch, visit Komik- the highest monastery in Asia. Later, we drive to Hikkim where we visit the world’s highest post office in the world. At last it is time to return to Kaza for dinner and Overnight stay

Distance from Kaza to Komic : 45 km 

- Stay hilton hotel

- Travel Time: 6-7 hrs ( approx )

- Cab

- Dinner

After breakfast head out to visit the “Ajanta of the Himalayas”- The Tabo Monastery which is currently close to 1000 years old. The Visit Dhankar Monastery - is the ancient capital of Spiti and seat of the Spitian Kings and here you enjoy the top view of Spiti and Pin River. Back to kaza.

Distance from Kaza to Tabo: 58 km

- Stay hilton hotel

- Travel Time: 5-6 hrs ( approx )

- Cab

- Dinner

Next morning, Drive back to Manali from Kaza along the same route we came passing Kunzum Laa, Batal, Chatru and Rohtang Pass. Evening reached to Manali and overnight stay in Manali.

Distance covered: 220 kms

- Hotel: Manali Queen

- Travel Time: 12 hrs

- Cab

- Breakfast, Dinner

After Breakfast, Visit local Market and do some shopping. Evening, take your bus back for Delhi in the afternoon

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Inclusions and Exclusions

    • Transfers from Manali to Manali by Innova Cab
    • All sightseeing by individual car
    • 4 Night stay in your preferred Hotel / Homestay
    • 05 Breakfast & 05 Dinner for each traveler
    • All toll taxes, Fuel Charges, parking fees and driver's allowance
    • Inclusive of all taxes
    • Any additional Transfers not specified in the Package Inclusions
    • Lunch & Snacks are not included
    • Adventure Activities : River Rafting , Paragliding , Skiing
    • All kind of personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills and beverages, Camera Fees
    • Any other item not specified in the Package Inclusions.
    • Any claim due to road blocks, curfew, accident etc.
    • 5% Goods And Services Tax(GST)

Cancellation Policy and Term & Condition

    • If cancellations are made 15 days before the start date of the trip, 25% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
    • If cancellations are made 7-15 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
    • If cancellations are made within 0-7 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
    • In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same
    • - Please carry sufficient cash as there is only 1 SBI ATM in Kaza which doesn’t work most the times
    • - Only BSNL/MTNL sim cards will work in Spiti. So please carry the BSNL sim cards if you want to.
    • - Internet is available in Only in Kaza, Losar and Pin Valley but please don’t rely much on it, as Spiti is a low connectivity zone.
    • - Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; take adequate time to get acclimated to high altitudes.
    • - Pay heed to the tour leaders/ instructors/ driver in order to enjoy a safe and great experience.
    • - Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the tour.
    • - While visiting the religious sites, maintain proper dress-code and do not hurt the local sentiments of the places.
    • - Avoid roaming during the nights


Inner Line Permit

    • Warm Clothes and Sunglasses
    • Thermals, Woolen cap, Muffler, Windcheater, Sweatshirt , Jacket, Woolen gloves etc
    • Emergency medical kit including Body Pains, Vomiting, Immunity etc.
    • Good quality trekking shoes, slippers and extra pair of socks
    • Soaps, Shampoos, Deodorant, Toothbrush, Hand Sanitizers, Mouthwash, Sunscreen lotion, skin moisturisers, Toilet paper to maintain hygiene.
    • Trendy backpack with light Snacks like energy bars,Chocolates, Candies, Mint, Dry Fruits etc
    • BSNL Sims are recommended for the Signal coverage
    • Extra camera batteries, Travel charges and Flashlights for camp stay

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