Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh
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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh

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Highlights

  • Relive your daring side by traveling down one of the World's Most Dangerous Roads.
  • Take a look at how the sunrays change the colors of the Kinner Kailash mountain peaks in this timelapse.
  • Send a postcard from the world's 'Highest Post Office' to your loved ones and make them proud.
  • To see a truck that appears like an ant, lean on the edge of Asia's highest suspension bridge, Chicham Bridge.
  • Visit India's Last Village, Chitkul, for lunch at 'Hindustan ka Aakhri Dhaba.'

Overview

Quick Info:

  • Route: Chandigarh - Narkanda - Chitkul - Kalpa - Kaza - Komic - Langza - Hikkim - Chandra Tal - Manali - Chandigarh
  • Duration: 9 Days, 8 Nights
  • Start Point: Chandigarh
  • End Point: Chandigarh

About the Activity:

  • For nomads and tour enthusiasts all over the world, taking an avenue excursion through the austere landscapes of Spiti is a healthy diversion. Pass through hypnotically beautiful, jaw-dropping, and similarly thrilling serpentine roads to Spiti ΓÇô "The Center Land." Witnessing the slow shift from Kinnaur's lush inexperienced highlands to Spiti's desolate brown landscapes, and then to Manali's veggies, will leave you spellbound.
  • As you breathe in the glittering mountain air while sitting on the lonely slopes of the final town, surrounded by breathtaking views, the journey from the best village to the final village is worth remembering. Feel the goosebumps when you gaze down on a tiny truck from Asia's highest suspended Chicham bridge or travel to Kibber village on the operated by hand cable ropeway. Spiti is the ideal power pack for an exciting vacation.

How to Reach:

  • By Air: Traveling by air is the most convenient way to see Spiti. Chandigarh International Airport is the closest airport, with regular flights throughout the country.
  • By Road: The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU), which runs buses to other states and union territories daily, is another option.
  • By Rail: The Chandigarh Junction Railway is also a viable option, as it is well-connected to other major Indian cities as well as the Spiti Valley.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Chandigarh | The First Planned City of India

  • Arrive at the pre-arranged location in Chandigarh, where a consultant will aid you with clean inn transfers.
  • Check into the inn, unwind for a while, and go cross-country enjoying the beautiful environs.
  • You'll then meet your route captain, who will be in charge of the entire voyage and may brief you on the terrain as well as write up a day-by-day final plan.
  • Following the briefing, you may proceed to dinner and a one-day stay at a Chandigarh inn.

Day 2: Chandigarh to Narkanda | The Apple Capital of India

  • Start early to beat the crowds out of Chandigarh and onto the Himalayan Expressway, which will take you to the Himalayas.
  • On the way, you'll travel via Chail, a hill village in the lower Himalayan range known for its beautiful flower orchards.
  • After a quick lunch break, you'll go to Narkanda, also known as Himachal Pradesh's fruit bowl.
  • The roadside is lined with apple and cherry trees, while the big Deodhar fir trees emit a sweet perfume all around.
  • After completing the inn in Narkanda, the day comes to an end.

Day 3: Narkanda to Chitkul | The Last Inhabited Village on the Indo-Tibetan Border

  • Get up early in the morning to witness one of the most beautiful sunrises.
  • After a delicious breakfast, you'll go to one of Kinnaur Valley's most beautiful viewpoints.
  • Travel down the Sutlej river until you reach Karcham when you'll turn around and head for Chitkul, following the Baspa river.
  • 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.
  • Inn/homestay in Chitkul for the night and dinner.

Day 4: Chitkul to Kalpa | Spot the Sacred Shivling Rock Atop the Kailash Mountain

  • You'll embark for Kalpa after a substantial breakfast.
  • You may be riding in the direction of Karcham, from which you will travel deeper into the valley in the direction of Powari.
  • Take a left at Powari to travel to ReoKong Peo, the capital of the Kinnaur region, from which you'll continue to Kalpa.
  • Spend the night in the charming Kalpa village, which looks out over the Kinnaur Kailash mountains.
  • Overnight stay at a Kalpa camp or homestay.

Day 5 : Kalpa to Kaza | Explore the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas' at Tabo

  • You'll leave for Kaza after early morning breakfast, passing via the beautiful Spiti Valley.
  • You'll be traveling along the Indo-Tiber Highway, skipping the Khab bridge, which marks the confluence of the Spiti and Satluj Rivers.
  • After a quick stop at Nako Lake for lunch, you'll be moving through the Spiti Valley proper as soon as you can.
  • Take a diversion at the right via the gate three kilometers after Sumdo to visit the 500-Year-Old Mummy inside Gue Village.
  • You'll then continue to Kaza, where you'll spend the night in an inn.

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

  • Exit after an early morning meal to discover Kaza's magnificent grandeur.
  • Visit the Key Gompa Monastery, which is hidden among the mountains in a bowl-shaped valley near the little settlement of Langza in the Spiti valley.
  • 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 region, near Kaza, that is one of India's most year-round inhabited settlements.
  • Return to your inn in Kaza after touring the picturesque villages of Langza, Hikkim, and Komik for a day of rest.

Day 7: Kaza to Chandratal Lake thru Kunzum La | Explore Glistening Lake that Changes Colours Throughout the Day

  • After breakfast, you'll proceed on to the next location, which is the gorgeous crescent-shaped Chandratal Lake.
  • You'll take a proper earlier than Baltal to go to Chandratal Lake after passing Kunzum La.
  • The beauty of this location is breathtaking, and you'll leave from the back of the automobile and walk for two kilometers to reach the lake.
  • Because of its crescent form, the lake is also known as the "Moon Lake" and is located within the Spiti district of the Lahaul and Spiti area.
  • On one hand, it is overlooked by the mountains, while on the other, it is overlooked by a cirque. The lake sparkles beneath a starlit sky after dusk, retaining its usual allure.
  • Enjoy supper and spend a single day at one of the Chandratal camps.

Day 8: Chandratal Lake to Manali thru Rohtang | Witness Spellbinding Views of Geypan Peaks

  • Today you'll leave from the back of the Spiti Valley and head towards Manali.
  • You'll cross the Rohtang Pass on the way and arrive in Manali in the evening.
  • You'll check into the inn after completing Manali and take a few rests.
  • Overnight stay at a Manali inn.

Day 9: Manali to Chandigarh | Bid Farewell to the Mountains

  • After breakfast, you'll be transferred from Manali to Chandigarh, with the possibility of arriving in the evening.
  • When you arrive in Chandigarh, your memorable trip to Spiti Valley comes to an end.

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for Chandigarh to Spiti Valley Tour:

  • Climate conditions at high altitudes differ from those on the lowlands, so you must give yourself plenty of time to acclimate.
  • Liability for changes in the itinerary due to factors without our control, such as changes in flight and train schedules, flight/train cancellations, political disruptions, natural phenomena, roadblocks, and so on, will no longer be covered by the bundle price. No invoice will be paid if a service or facility is not used.
  • Pay attention to the trip classes and instructors who will ensure a safe and enjoyable excursion.
  • The bundling value is subject to GST.
  • 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.
  • Any personal information or items of a personal nature will no longer be secured within the package. Any food or transport that is no longer specified in the itinerary is to be considered an exclusion from the offer. Drinks of any kind (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) aren't always covered by the package value.
  • Carry plenty of cash because ATMs are scarce in high-altitude places, and there are sometimes long lines.
  • At some time during the voyage, you may be transported in vehicles that do not have air conditioning or heaters. When traveling, please wear clothing that is appropriate for the weather.
  • If a vacationer wants to or chooses to leave the voyage inside the middle, the vacationer will be responsible for all costs from that point forward. The operator and Universal Adventures are not responsible for such decisions or any refunds.
  • Every visitor is required to show identification at the time of booking as well as upon arrival. PAN cards will no longer be accepted as valid proof of identity.
  • Before embarking on the journey, see a physician. At some point throughout the trip, bring primary pharmaceutical medications and a first-aid kit.
  • It is recommended that you bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the excursion. The ideal luggage weight is 60 liters, as you may need to transport your belongings to a backup car, lodging, and so on.
  • Rates can also vary depending on which services/lodges are used. If the package is changed due to an increase in the number of guests, a change in the motel, or other reasons before the start of the voyage, the price difference will be borne by the purchaser.
  • The lodges are being tested in terms of their availability. If they are no longer available, the travelers may be accommodated in equivalent assets.
  • Universal Adventures retains the right to change the schedule due to any form of disruption (e.g., weather, political situation, or other factors) without changing the entire number of days or compromising any service.
  • Any damage or breakage to objects within the motel may be invoiced at cost.
  • All passengers are required to carry a duplicate of their clinical certificate (if applicable).
  • It is necessary to follow the guidelines issued by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitization is recommended regularly, as is the wearing of a mask.
  • If the excursion or specific interest isn't always completed for any reason, natural or private, no refund will be processed.
  • Booking a Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh requires a minimum of two individuals.

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