Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla
Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla

Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla

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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla

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  • Try your luck at spotting the rare snow leopard or a purple cactus in this cold desert of Spiti
  • Relive your adventurous side by taking a drive through one of the WorldΓÇÖs Most Dangerous Roads
  • capture a timelapse of the changing colors of Kinner Kailash mountain peaks as painted by the sunrays
  • Drive to the 'World's Highest Motorable Village' - Komic and feel like you are on top of the world
  • Lean on to the edge of Asia's highest suspended bridge - Chicham Bridge, to capture the sight of a truck that appears ant-like.


Quick Info:

  • Route: Chandigarh - Narkanda - Chitkul - Kalpa - Kaza - Komic - Langza - Hikkim - Chandra Tal - Manali
  • Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights
  • Start Point: Chandigarh
  • End Point: Manali

About the Activity:

  • Surely the Gods ought to stay right here, that is no area for men'' a journey to Spiti will make you apprehend why Rudyard Kipling stated the above quote. Drive via the enduring excessive passes at the tough roads with unnumbered waterfalls winding, NatureΓÇÖs surprise may be finely defined via this Spiti valley street journey.
  • Breathe in the sparkling air as you take a seat at the remoted slopes of the remaining village - 'Chitkul' at the same time as you soak inside the awesome landscapes surrounding you. Be the first in your institution to fill up your car at the sector's most powerful petrol station in Kaza. Capture an Instagram-worthy moment as you relax in silence with a panoramic view of the Kinnaur Kailash peaks, which are tall enough to leave the world underneath and enter the realm of dreams.

Universal Adventures Recommended:

  • Explore World's Highest Village, Komic Uniquely through Yak Ride
  • Relax with Sip of Sea buckthorn tea at Cafe Sol, Kaza 
  • Enjoy mouthing Watering Vegetable Maggie at Hindustan ka Akhri Dhaba, Chitkul  
  • At Gue Monastery, tell interesting stories of a 500-year-old Self-Mummified Monk.
  • On the Kaza Market, get unique items like Merino Wool and Grass Slippers and send postcards to loved ones from the industry's largest post office in Hikkim.
  • In a slow-motion film, capture your friend's changing faces as he walks across a fully unsteady bridge that spans the raging Spiti river.

How to Reach:

  • By Air: Traveling to Spiti by air is the most convenient option. Chandigarh International Airport is the closest airport, with regular flights throughout the country.
  • By Road: The next great opportunity is Shimla, which is well connected with taxes and buses from Delhi, Chandigarh, and the rest of Himachal Pradesh.
  • By Rail: The Kalka Railway Station and Chandigarh Railway Station, which are the closest large gauge railway stations to Shimla, are another option.


Day 1: Arrival in Chandigarh and continue for Narkanda | The Apple Capital of India

  • Arrive in Chandigarh and proceed to the pre-arranged meeting location, where a consultant will assist you with simple transports to the resort.
  • Start early to beat the crowds out of Chandigarh and onto the Himalayan Expressway, which will take you closer 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 can make your way closer to Narkanda, well 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.
  • Finish the day by visiting the resort in Narkanda.

Day 2: Narkanda to Chitkul | The Last Inhabited Village on the Indo-Tibetan Border

  • Get up early in the morning to witness one of the most breathtaking sunrises.
  • After a delectable breakfast, you may depart for one of Kinnaur Valley's most breathtaking views.
  • Travel down the Sutlej river until you reach Karcham, where you can turn around and follow the Baspa river closer to Chitkul.
  • Chitkul is the last inhabited settlement before the Indo-China border, and it's also where you can get a delicious lunch at the famed 'Hindustan ka Akhri Dhaba.'
  • In Chitkul, stay at a resort/homestay for the night and dinner.

Day 3: Chitkul to Kalpa | Spot the Sacred Shivling Rock Atop the Kailash Mountain

  • You may depart for Kalpa after a hearty breakfast.
  • You might use it again closer to Karcham, from which you could travel farther into the valley to Powari.
  • Take a left at Powari to travel to ReoKong Peo, the district's capital, from where you can continue to Kalpa.
  • Spend the night in the beautiful Kalpa village, which looks out over the Kinnaur Kailash mountains.
  • Overnight stay at a Kalpa camp or homestay.

Day 4 : Kalpa to Kaza | Explore the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas' at Tabo

  • You may be departing for Kaza after early morning breakfast, going through the breathtaking Spiti Valley.
  • You could use the Indo-Tiber Highway and bypass the Khab bridge, which marks the confluence of the Spiti and Satluj Rivers, on your journey there.
  • Take a quick excursion to Nako Lake for lunch, and you might be in the Spiti Valley proper as soon as you pass through Sumdo.
  • Take a detour at the proper via the gate three kilometers after Sumdo to visit the 500-Year-Old Mummy within the Gue Village.
  • You'll then make your way closer to Kaza, where you could spend the night in a resort.

Day 5: Sightseeing in Kaza | Walk the Artistically Painted Rooms at Key Monastery

  • Exit after an early morning breakfast to enjoy Kaza's breathtaking beauty.
  • Visit the tourist attractions, including the Key Gompa Monastery, which is set among the mountains in a bowl-shaped valley near the little village 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 largest communities within the world with a motorable street, 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 Kaza resort for a single day after touring the beautiful villages of Langza, Hikkim, and Komik.

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

  • After breakfast, you can make your way closer to the next destination, the gorgeous crescent-shaped Chandratal Lake.
  • After crossing over Kunzum La, you can take a right before Baltal to reach Chandratal Lake.
  • 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.
  • Mountains on one side and a cirque on the other prevent it from being seen. The lake sparkles beneath the starlit sky after dusk, retaining its usual allure.
  • Enjoy supper and spend a single day at one of the Chandratal camps.

Day 7:Chandratal Lake to Manali through Rohtang | Witness Spellbinding Views of Geypan Peaks

  • You may be forced closer to Manali today when you leave the back of the Spiti Valley.
  • You will pass via the Rohtang Pass on your journey to Manali and arrive in the evening.
  • This is the last day of your unforgettable Spiti Valley adventure.

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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 Shimla:

  • Before embarking on your adventure, consult a doctor. At some point during the excursion, bring primary medicines and a first-aid kit.
  • It is recommended that you bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the excursion. The weight of the really useful bag is 60 liters, since you may need to transport the luggage to a backup car, lodging, and so on.
  • Rates may also differ depending on the services/inns available. In the event of a change in the package offer due to an increase in the number of people, a resort change, or other factors occurring before the start of the experience, the price difference will be borne by the customer.
  • The inns are arranged by their availability. If they are no longer available, the visitors may be accommodated in assets of equivalent quality.
  • Universal Adventures maintains the right to change the schedule if any form of disruption occurs (e.g., weather, political events, or other factors), without converting the entire range of days or compromising any service.
  • Liability for changes in the itinerary due to factors beyond our control, such as changes in flight and teaching schedules, airline/train cancellations, political unrest, natural phenomena, obstacles, and so on, will no longer be covered by the package deal price. There would be no reimbursement for any unused service or facility.
  • Pay attention to the trip documents and lecturers to ensure a safe and enjoyable excursion.
  • The plan does not include all-access tickets to stupas, monasteries, sightseeing, kingdom and access fees, monument entries, digital digicam fees, permissions, and other fees.
  • The value of the package deal is subject to GST.
  • Any personal expenses or items of a personal nature will no longer be covered by the package agreement. Any food or transfers that are no longer mentioned in the itinerary are considered exclusions from the offer. Any form of beverage (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) is not included in the package price.
  • Any damage or breakage to objects within the inn may be invoiced at cost.
  • Carry plenty of cash because ATMs are scarce in high-altitude places, and there are sometimes long lines.
  • All guests are required to bring a copy of their scientific certificate (if applicable).
  • At some time during the event, 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 tourist wants to or decides to leave the experience within the center, the tourist will be responsible for all charges from that point on. The operator and Universal Adventures could not be held accountable for such choices or any reimbursement.
  • Guidelines provided by the state government must be followed. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitization is recommended regularly, as is the wearing of a mask.
  • The climatic situations at high elevations differ from those on the plains; it's beneficial to take your time acclimating to high altitudes.
  • Every character visitor must present identification at the time of booking and again upon arrival. PAN cards will no longer be accepted as valid proof of identity.
  • To book a Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla, a minimum of two persons are necessary.
  • If the excursion or a certain hobby isn't completed for any reason, whether natural or private, no reimbursement will be issued.