Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi

Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi

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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi

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  • Take a drive through one of the World's Most Dangerous Road Bridges to relive your adventurous side. Take the Self-Operated Ropeway from one cliff to the next and fly parallel to the Chicham Bridge.
  • Make your loved ones proud by sending them a postcard from the world's 'Highest Post Office.'
  • Drive to Komic, the "Globe's Highest Motorable Village," and you'll feel as if you're on top of the world.
  • Take a timelapse of the shifting colors of the Kinner Kailash mountain peaks as the sunrays paint them.


Quick Info:

  • Route: Delhi - Manali - Kaza - Tabo - Dhankar - Pin Valley - Chandra Tal - Manali - Delhi
  • Duration: 7 Days, 6 Nights
  • Start Point: Delhi
  • End Point: Delhi

About the Activity:

  • A global inside a global. Surely the Gods should stay here, that is no region for menΓÇ¥ says Rudyard Kipling, in his description of the Spiti Valley. This rustic panorama of this remotely resting land will go away you awestruck with its nonetheless lifestyles scenes for photograph postcards of the barren bloodless desert. The turquoise lakes and precariously perched monasteries set in opposition to a backdrop of clear blue skies, justifies RudyardΓÇÖs announcement altogether.  
  • From getting goosebumps at the same time as searching on the 500 years vintage self mummified frame of a Buddhist monk at Gue to feeling the chills as you appearance down upon a tiny truck from AsiaΓÇÖs maximum suspended Chicham bridge, this land of myths and mysteries is sure to meet your adventurous soul in each manner and come up with a ton of reminiscences to treasure for lifestyles.

How to Reach:

  • By Air: Because it offers both domestic and international flights, Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in Delhi is a viable option for travelling to Spiti.
  • By Rail: Another option is the New Delhi Railway Station, where the majority of trains enter and depart from Delhi for destinations all around India.
  • By Road: Delhi is also well connected by bus to cities such as Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Dehradun, and even Kathmandu, among others.


Day 1: Depart from Delhi to Manali | A Township Nestled withinside the Picturesque Beas River Valley

  • When you arrive in Delhi, continue in the direction of your boarding point for a one-day bus from Delhi to Manali.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Manali | A Paradise for Nature Lovers and Adventure Enthusiasts

  • Arrive in Manali early in the morning and meet with a consultant who will assist you with the smooth transition to the motel.
  • When you arrive at the motel, complete the check-in procedures and enjoy a full breakfast.
  • It's time to head in the direction of Manali for some local sightseeing after resting.
  • The touring will begin with zeal, with visits to the well-known Hadimba temple, Buddhist temple, Clubhouse, Siyali Mahadev, Van Vihar, and Old Manali on the agenda.
  • Aside from that, you'll be able to click on a handful of photographs to build amazing memories.
  • Return to the Manali motel for a single-day stay.

Day 3: Manali to Kaza thru Kunzum Pass | Capture the Spectacular Views of Bara-Sigri Glacier, Second Longest withinside the Himalayas

  • Following breakfast, you'll set out by foot from Manali in the direction of Kaza.
  • You'll be travelling via the newly opened Atal Tunnel, which is located beneath the well-known Rohtang Pass, before heading into the stunning brown-badland scenery of Chatru and Batal.
  • You'll get your first kick back on the Kunzum Pass at 14,931 feet, then drop into Losar Village, the main village in the Spiti valley.
  • Take a quick trip to Losar and relax with a nice cup of tea and a few goodies.
  • You'll keep going through the lovely scenery till you reach Kaza, having warmed up with a cup of tea.
  • You might be spending the night in a comfortable Kaza motel.

Day 4: Sightseeing in Kaza | Walk the Artistically Painted Rooms at Key Monastery

  • Enjoy a substantial breakfast before heading to some of the world's most beautiful populated places.
  • To begin, you'll journey to Komik, Asia's greatest town, which literally translates to "eye of a snow cock."
  • You'll then go to Hikkim for a visit to the world's most remote post office, where, if you're lucky, you'll be able to meet the postmaster and listen to his tales.
  • After sending a postcard, you'll be heading to Langza, the home of the famous Lang Temple, which is thought to be over a thousand years old.
  • After that, you'll be forced to go backwards to Kaza for lunch.
  • Then proceed in the direction of the world-famous Ki Monastery, which is tucked in a bowl-shaped valley among the mountains.
  • Then you'll travel farther up the valley to Kibber, a magnificent settlement where you may marvel at the vast expanses of beautiful landscapes and the immense magnificence of the snow-capped mountains.
  • Also force to the Chicham Bridge, Asia's highest suspended bridge, which hangs majestically in the air atop a 100-foot-deep valley.
  • From Kibber, you'll be able to get as far as Gette, a quiet settlement where you may take in stunning aerial views of Kaza and attach a prayer flag.
  • Later in the evening, you'll be forced to return to Kaza to spend the night at the motel.

Day 5: Excursion to Tabo with Dhankar and Pin Valley | Explore the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas' at Tabo

  • Begin your journey in the direction of Tabo after an early morning breakfast.
  • Visit the 1020-year-old Tabo Monastery at Tabo, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is recognised for its mediaeval artwork that is a blend of western Tibetan, Indian, and Kashmiri styles.
  • After spending many hours at Tabo, you'll retrace your steps for 25 unusual kilometres before turning right toward Dhankar, a little town perched high above the junction of the Spiti and Pin Rivers.
  • If time allows, do the hour-long hike above the settlement to the gorgeous turquoise Dhankar Tso or Dhankar Lake for stunning views of the valley.
  • You'll next be directed to the gorgeous Pin Valley, which contains a country-wide park with an abundance of animals and birds, as well as a few unusual plant species and a river that gushes when it isn't frozen.
  • You may visit the Kungri Monastery first, followed by the charming hamlet of Mudh, the Pin Valley's ultimate motorable settlement.
  • As you drive through the gorgeous Pin Valley, birds such as the pika, griffon, golden eagle, bearded vulture, Chukar, and Raven may be painting the skies with a calm photograph.
  • You'll be forced to return to Kaza during the evening to spend the night at the motel.

Day 6: Kaza to Chandratal Lake thru Kunzum La | Explore Glistening Lake that Changes Colours Throughout the Day

  • Begin your excursion lower back domestic and indicate the steps lower back at the Kaza ΓÇô Manali road after an early morning breakfast.
  • However, on your way back, you'll take a detour in the direction of Chandratal Lake, another Spitian marvel.
  • The magical and beautiful Chandratal Lake, set against the backdrop of the Chandra Bhaga mountain range, changes its appearance throughout the day.
  • After photographing the beautiful Chandratal Lake's colours, you'll make your way down to your campsite, where you'll be able to enjoy a nice meal under the watchful eye of 1,000,000 stars.
  • Overnight stay in a camp near Chandratal Lake.

Day 7: Chandratal Lake to Manali thru Rohtang | Witness Spellbinding Views of Geypan Peak

  • With images of the magnificent Chandratal Lake imprinted on your thoughts and cameras, you'll find yourself retracing your steps back towards Manali.
  • You'll travel across the famous Rohtang Pass, passing under snow-covered walls, to reach Manali, where you may shop for gifts in the markets.
  • Later that day, you'll go to Manali Bus Station to catch a bus to Delhi.
  • Your Spiti journey comes to an end when you arrive in Delhi late at night.

How to Reach:

By Air: Traveling to Spiti via Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) is a viable alternative because it offers both domestic and international flights.

By Rail: Another option is the New Delhi Railway Station, where most trains arrive and depart from Delhi for destinations around India.

By Road:  Delhi is also well connected by bus to towns such as Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Dehradun, and even Kathmandu.

Things To Carry

  • Passport and Travel Documents
  • Money and Cards
  • Comfortable Clothes
  • Hygiene Items
  • Snacks and Water Bottle
  • Travel Adapter and Chargers
  • First Aid Kit
  • Maps
  • Camera or Smartphone
  • UA Voucher

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi:

  • Climate conditions at high elevations differ from those on the lowlands, so it's important to give yourself plenty of time to acclimate.
  • Before going on the trip, talk to your doctor. Throughout the trip, keep simple medicines and a first-aid kit with you.
  • It is usually advised to bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the excursion. The ideal luggage weight is 60 litres, as you may need to transport your belongings to a backup car, lodging, and so on.
  • Any extrusion in services/accommodations might also add range to rates. If there is a change in the package because of an increase in the number of guests, an additional resort, etc., the difference in the charge will be borne by the customer before the commencement of the voyage.
  • The accommodations are a difficulty because they are not always available. If they are no longer available, the guests will be accommodated in similar items.
  • Universal Adventures maintains the right to change the schedule if any type of disruption occurs (e.g., weather, political events, or other factors), without altering the overall number of days or compromising any service.
  • Liability for deviations in itinerary caused by factors without our control, such as changes in flight and teaching schedules, airline/train cancellations, political unrest, natural phenomena, blockages, and so on, shall no longer be covered by the bundle price. There will be no reimbursement for any services or facilities that are not used.
  • To have a safe and enjoyable excursion, pay attention to the excursion courses and teachers.
  • The package does not include all-access tickets to stupas, monasteries, sightseeing, national and access fees, monument entries, digital digicam costs, permits, and other fees.
  • Any personal costs or items of a personal character will no longer be covered by the bundle. Any food or transports that are no longer listed on the schedule should be considered an exclusion from the package. Any type of beverage (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) isn't usually included in the package charge.
  • Avoid using plastic luggage to preserve the destinations' ecological stability. Littering by travellers may result in a fine.
  • Carry plenty of cash because ATMs are scarce in high-altitude places, and there are sometimes long lines.
  • Throughout the voyage, non-air-conditioned and non-heated vehicles may be used. While travelling, please dress inappropriate clothing for the weather.
  • If a tourist wants to or decides to leave the journey within the centre, the visitor is responsible for all costs from that point forward. The operator and Universal Adventures cannot be held liable for such decisions or any refunds.
  • 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.
  • To book a Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi, a minimum of two persons are required.
  • If the excursion or a particular pastime isn't always accomplished for any reason, natural or private, no reimbursement will be processed.
  • The bundle fee is subject to GST.
  • Any breakage or damage to equipment within the inn may be invoiced at cost.
  • All guests are required to bring a copy of their scientific certificate (if applicable).
  • It is necessary to follow guidelines provided by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitization and mask use are recommended regularly.