Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi
Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi
Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi
Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi
Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi
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Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi

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MultidaySpiti,Himachal-Pradesh

Highlights

  • Relive your adventurous side by taking a drive through one of the WorldΓÇÖs Most Dangerous Roads
  • Drive to the 'World's Highest Motorable Village' - Komic and feel like you are on top of the world
  • Bridge your way from one cliff to another on the Self Operated Ropeway and fly parallel to the Chicham Bridge
  • Send a postcard from Highest Post Office in the World to your loved ones and make them proud
  • Capture a timelapse of the changing colors of Kinner Kailash mountain peaks as painted by the sunrays

Overview

Quick Info:

  • Route: Delhi - Shimla - Narkanda - Baga Sarahan - Nako - Gue - Tabo - Dhankar - Kaza - Kalpa - Shimla - Delhi
  • Duration: 9 Days, 8 Nights
  • Start Point: Delhi
  • End Point: Delhi

About the Activity:

  • We get goosebumps at the prospect of traversing Spiti's uncooked and difficult terrain! Experience the first-ever "You Don't Call It A Road" episode of your adventure by crossing some iconic high mountain passes that offer some unforgettable landscapes of this bloodless desert and crossing it off your bucket list.
  • Whether it's standing on Asia's highest suspended Chicham Bridge or travelling to 'the world's greatest village ΓÇô Komic,' you may experience it all firsthand and bring home cherished memories and numerous journey tales you've lived in real-time. Enjoy this memorable experience with a fantastic stop at the turquoise waters of the crescent-shaped Chandratal lake, which glows with a dazzling milky way at night.

How to Reach:

  • By Air: Because it offers both domestic and international flights, Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) is a viable option for visiting Spiti.
  • By Rail: Another option is the New Delhi Railway Station, which is located in Paharganj, near Connaught Place, and is where the majority of trains arrive and depart from Delhi.
  • By Road: Delhi is also well connected by bus to cities such as Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Dehradun, and even Kathmandu, among others.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Depart from Delhi to Shimla | A Beautiful Town Encircled by Magical Misty Hills

  • Once you arrive in Delhi, proceed to the boarding point of an AC Volvo Bus for a one-day journey from Delhi to Shimla.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Shimla | Also Referred to as The Queen of the Hills

  • Arrive in Shimla early in the morning and meet with a consultant who will give you a brief overview of the excursion and assist you in transferring to the hotel.
  • You could have a few rests after the test into the lodge.
  • Then you'll visit the Kalibari Temple, which was built in 1845 and is dedicated to Goddess Kali, also known as Shyamala, from whence Shimla gets its name.
  • Then you can hike to the top of Jakhoo Hill to visit the mediaeval temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman and Christ Church, which is a parish within the Amritsar Diocese.
  • Continue to see Ridge Road, which is located in the centre of Shimla and is a large location where all of the cultural sports are held.
  • You can even walk to Mall Road, which is lined with brightly coloured boutiques where you can buy souvenirs.
  • Overnight live in Shimla.

Day 3: Shimla to Sarahan | Witness the Unexplored Valley Curtained with Forests of Oaks and Cedar

  • After breakfast, begin your transfers from Shimla to Sarahan together.
  • The excursion will next take you through lush Deodar woods, beautiful valley views, snow-capped mountain peaks, and fast-flowing rivers.
  • When you get in Sarahan, you can check into the lodge and rest for a while.
  • Later in the evening, visit the little village of Sarahan, which is bordered by fields and orchards and features slate-roofed homes that create pastoral perfection.
  • Overnight live in Sarahan.

Day 4: Sarahan to Chitkul | The Last Inhabited Village on the Indo-Tibetan Border

  • Get up early in the morning to see one of the most beautiful sunrises.
  • After a delicious breakfast, you can travel to one of Kinnaur Valley's most beautiful viewpoints.
  • Travel down the Sutlej river until you reach Karcham, where you can turn around and follow the Baspa river to Chitkul.
  • Chitkul is the last inhabited settlement before the Indo-China border, and it is here that you can visit the famed 'Hindustan ka Akhri Dhaba' for a delicious lunch.
  • Overnight live and dinner at lodge/homestay in Chitkul.

Day 5: Chitkul to Kaza through Nako | Explore the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas' at Tabo

  • You may be departing for Kaza after early morning breakfast, going through the beautiful Spiti Valley.
  • You might use the Indo-Tiber Highway and avoid passing by Khab Bridge, which marks the confluence of the Spiti and Satluj Rivers.
  • Take a brief trip to Nako Lake for a vacation and lunch, and you may be in the Spiti Valley proper as soon as you leave Sumdo.
  • Take a diversion at the right via the gate 3 kilometres after Sumdo to visit the 500-Year-Old Mummy within the Gue Village.
  • Overnight live at Kaza.

Day 6: Sightseeing in Kaza | Walk the Artistically Painted Rooms at Key Monastery

  • Exit after an early morning meal to discover Kaza's amazing grandeur.
  • Visit the Key Gompa Monastery, which is set among the mountains in a bowl-shaped valley of the little village Langza in Spiti valley, and other tourist attractions.
  • Langza is located at an elevation of around 14,500 feet above sea level and is also considered to be one of the greatest communities on the planet with a motorable avenue, with Komic Village being the best village.
  • Hikkim is a village in the Spiti district near Kaza, and it is one of India's most year-round populated settlements.
  • Return to your lodge after touring the picturesque villages of Langza, Hikkim, and Komik.
  • Overnight live in Kaza.

Day 7: Kaza to Kalpa with Detour to Dhankar | Spot the Sacred Shivling Rock Atop the Kailash Mountain

  • You might be retracing your steps back to Kalpa in Kinnaur Valley after a delicious breakfast.
  • Take a slight detour to the left on your way back to visit Dhankar, a tiny village located high above the junction of the Spiti and Pin Rivers.
  • If time allows, do the hour-long walk above the settlement to the gorgeous turquoise Dhankar Tso or Dhankar Lake for stunning views of the valley.
  • You will then begin your experience, in the same manner, going from the back of the Spiti Valley and turning right at Powari toward ReoKong Peo, the district's main metropolis, from which you can continue to Kalpa.
  • Spend the night in the charming Kalpa village, which looks out over the Kinnaur Kailash mountains.
  • Overnight live at camp/homestay in Kalpa.

Day 8: Kalpa to Shimla | Leave Behind the Beautiful Kinnaur Valley with Beautiful Memories Etched for your Heart

  • Begin your journey back to Shimla After breakfast at the resort.
  • To begin, take a journey all the way down to Powari, from where you may turn right along NH 5 following the Satluj River.
  • To get to Shimla, you'll travel down the winding roads that follow the Sutlej River and pass through the lush Deodhar forests.
  • When you arrive in Shimla, check into the lodge and rest for a while.
  • Then you're free to explore the surroundings of the evening.
  • Overnight live in Shimla.

Day 9: Shimla to Delhi | Bid Farewell to the Mountains

  • Get up early and eat a hearty breakfast.
  • After that, you'll be taken to Shimla Bus Station to board an AC Volvo bound for Delhi.
  • As you arrive in Delhi in the evening, your fantastic trip to Spiti Valley comes to an end.

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for Kinnaur & Spiti Tour From Delhi

  • This adventure requires a minimum of two individuals to be booked.
  • Climate conditions at high elevations differ from those on the lowlands, so it's important to give yourself plenty of time to acclimate.
  • Before embarking on the journey, see a physician. During the trip, bring along some basic medications and a first-aid kit.
  • Universal Adventures retains the right to change the schedule due to any type of disruption (e.g., weather, political situation, or other factors) without affecting the overall number of days or compromising any service.
  • Liability for changes in itinerary caused by factors outside our control, such as changes in flight and teaching schedules, airline/train cancellations, political disturbances, natural phenomena, blockages, and so on, shall no longer be covered by the package deal price. No invoice will be paid if a service or facility is not used.
  • If the tour or specific interest is not accomplished for any reason, herbal or private, no refund may be processed.
  • To have a safe and enjoyable trip, pay attention to the excursion publications and teachers.
  • The package does not include all-access tickets to stupas, monasteries, sightseeing, nation and access fees, monument admissions, digital digicam costs, permits, and other fees.
  • The price of the bundle deal includes GST.
  • Any non-public costs or items of a personal character will no longer be covered by the package offer. Any food or transfers that are no longer mentioned in the itinerary are considered exclusions from the offer. Any type of beverage (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) is not included in the package price.
  • Carry plenty of cash because ATMs are scarce in high-altitude places, and there are sometimes long lines.
  • All passengers are required to carry a duplicate of their scientific certificate (if applicable).
  • During the event, you may be transported in vehicles that do not have air conditioning or heaters. When travelling, please dress inappropriate clothing for the weather.
  • If a visitor wants to or chooses to leave the experience inside the centre, the visitor is responsible for all costs from that point forward. The operator and Universal Adventures are not responsible for such decisions or any refunds.
  • Guidelines provided by the state government must be followed. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitisers and masks should be used often.
  • Every character visitor must present identification at the time of booking and again upon arrival. PAN cards will no longer be accepted as valid forms of identification.
  • It is usually advised to bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the excursion. The useful bag weighs 60 litres, allowing you to transport the luggage to a backup vehicle, lodging, and so on.
  • Rates may also change as a result of any changes in services/lodges. Any price difference will be borne by the customer in the event of a modification within the package offer due to an increase in the number of visitors, lodge extrusion, or other factors occurring before the commencement of the experience.
  • The lodges are concerned about their ability to provide services. If they are no longer available, the travellers can be accommodated incomparable assets.
  • Avoid using plastic luggage to preserve the destination's ecological stability. Travellers who litter may face fines.
  • Any damage or breakage to objects within the lodge can be invoiced at cost.

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