Exotic Spiti Package

Himachal

Cultural

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Rs. 3000

Long winding roads and picturesque valleys presenting glimpses of cold deserts and snow-crowned mountains, with intermittent greenery and picture-perfect villages welcome you when you set foot into Spiti Valley. Bordered on all sides by the Himalayas, Spiti Valley, located in Himachal Pradesh, has an altitude of 12,500 feet above sea level, and gets around 250 days of sunshine in the year, making it one of the coldest places in the country. With the thick Himalayan snow cutting Spiti off from the rest of the country for around 6 months a year, the summer months are the only time Spiti is directly accessible via motorway.

 

The term Spiti means 'The Middle Land', and the place is very appropriately named, as Spiti Valley separates India from Tibet. Scantily populated, Spiti is an adventure lover’s paradise, with the famed Spiti trek attracting thousands of adventure enthusiasts every year. There are many trekking trails in Spiti that tourists can choose from. All of these treks start from Kaza (Spiti’s capital, where you make your base camp), to various peaks from where you can get panoramic views of the Himalayan mountains. An easy 1.5-kilometre trek along the Spiti River from Dhankar Monastery to Dhankar Lake promises gorgeous views of the villages below, and the Dhankar Lake itself is a place where you can sit back and relax amidst the cool mountain air.

 

The mountain ropeway from Kibber to Chichum is a popular tourist attraction. Built entirely by the locals to avoid walking the long uphill path between the two villages, this ropeway is operated manually, and offers spectacular views of the gorge below, as well a bird’s eye view of the surrounding peaks.

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INCLUDED AND NOT

Welcome drink on arrival

YES

4 nights accommodation with daily breakfast and dinners

YES

ALL TICKETS MEUSEUM

NOT

Transfer from Delhi/Chandigarh airport /train station to Manali hotel

Yes

PACKAGE DETAILS

DAY 1 - Delhi to Shimla (310 KMS)

Today morning on arrival at Delhi Airport/ railway station meet our driver after that proceed towards Shimla. Drive through the plain to beautiful hilly roads, situated in the cores of Himalayas. Every turn you will have a beautiful view of the mountains. On arrival at Shimla, check-in at your hotel. Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel in Shimla

DAY 2 - Shimla to Sarahan (7589 feet / 160 KM / 4-6 hours)

Today Morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Sarahan, on arrival check-in at your hotel. Extremely renowned for the Bhima Kali temples, Sarahan is the erected in the old-style Kinnauri way mainly from the coatings of stone and timber to engross the force of earthquakes. There are two towers here, one newly reconstructed after the 12th-century original collapsed, and one from the 1920s (on the left) containing a highly admired shrine to Bhimakali (the local version of Kali) underneath a lovely silver-filigree awning on its top floor. The curved, peaked roofs suggest the Tibetan influence on Kinnauri architecture, which becomes more marked as you move up the valley. To the right of the two towers is the squat Lankra Vir Temple, where human sacrifices were carried out right up to the 18th century. Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel in Sarahan.

DAY 3 - Sarahan to Sangla (8900 feet / 90 KM / 3-4 hours)

Today morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Sangla Valley, into the district of half horse half men, En-route visit the Batseri Village where an old-fashioned bridge erected over the Baspa River leads you to Batseri and its cobble-stoned thoroughfares and the local temple of Badri Narayan. After this, visit the Kamru Fort – This five-storied tower type fort rests on 55 square feet of stone stage and was constructed by Dev Puran. The elegantly complex statues of the wooden porches and minuscule temple are a view will behold you in the amiable area. Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel in Sangla.

DAY 4 - Sangla to Chitkul (11,320 feet / 22 KM / 1-2 hours)

Today Morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Chitkul, which is the last Indian hamlet at the border and has a population of roughly 700 people. Here you can cite the Nila range where the greenish-blue Baspa River originates, adorns India on one side and Tibet on the other. Situated at the elevation of 3450m, Chitkul is perfect place for nature lovers and photographers. With few strolls visit the shrine of local Goddess, ‘Mathi’, 500 years old-style architecture built by the unknown person. Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel in Chitkul.

DAY 5 - Chitkul to Nako (12,000 feet / 140 KM / 7-8 hours)

Today morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Nako, through the Hindustan – Tibet Highway. En-route sight how the color of the scenery changes from an emerald lush green to a deserted brown as we will be driving on the world’s most treacherous and beautiful roads. Cross the village Pooh, which is last fuel station and precede to the last hamlet of Kinnaur - Nako. Dinner & Overnight stay at guest house in Nako.

DAY 6 - Nako to Kee (13,700 feet / 111 KM / 4-5 hours)

Today Morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Kee, which is about 5 kms from the town of Kaza. On arrival at Kee, check-in at your guest house. The drive from Nako to Kee was beautiful much – for most of the part – on tangible, shingle and small or big size boulders. Though big sized diggers and road-rollers will be found running all over the year, trying to remove any debris from the road, and change the condition of the road from worse to wieldy. From moderately narrow driveways – the gorge opens itself into the massive and shipshape spaces, once you cross the city of Tabo and enhancing itself until you cross Kunzum Pass. Dinner & Overnight stay at guest house in Kee.

DAY 7 - Kee to Losar (13,500 feet / 81 KM / 4-5 hours)

Today morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Losar, on arrival at Losar, check-in at your guest house. A hamlet turned out to be a sleepy Shangri-La. Its folks, its loveliness, its calm but wild environs are all a perfect scenery for anyone to retire and settle down in the town. Here you can explore the cold desert, which is surrounded by many natural splendors. The stay will be in hotel which is followed by the delicious feast. Dinner & Overnight stay at guest house in Losar.

DAY 8 - Losar to Chandratal (14,000 feet / 38 KM / 2-3 hours)

Today morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Chandratal, via Kunzum pass – solitary place on the blue planet to view the Chandratal, the lake of moon. On arrival at Chandratal, check-in at your camps. At the moonlight you will see the lake amazes with the different colors. Spend some time in the laps of the lake and incarcerate its eerie exquisiteness in your cameras and your hearts. Dinner & Overnight stay at a Camp in Chandratal.

DAY 9 - Chandratal to Manali (6,800 feet / 120 KM / 9-10 hours)

Today morning after breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Manali, around the lake gives you a spectacular looks from green to reddish orange, and depart for Manali, En-route towards Manali you will pass the tremendously stunning Rohtang Pass.

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