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TreksAndHikes Spiti Valley Tour on 23th Sept - 2nd Oct 2017

For Registration Call/Whatsapp/SMS: Nishant Sheth: 8879418581

Spiti Valley Tour

Spiti is the sub division of Lahaul & Spiti district with its headquarters at Kaza. It is called “Little Tibet” because it has almost the same terrain, vegetation & climate. The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti also means “Middle Country”. The land between Tibet and India. A 10 Days Spiti Valley Tour Is The Mother Of All Mountain Escapes In India. Due to high elevation one is likely to feel altitude sickness in Spiti.

Spiti Valley Tour What to See

KYE MONASTERY – It is situated 12 kms. north of Kaza. It is the oldest and biggest monastery of the valley and located at (4116 m) above Kye village.
DHANKAR MONASTERY – It is situated about 25 kms. east of Kaza. Dhankar is a big village and erstwhile capital of Spiti Kingdom.
TABO MONASTERY – It is another big gompa for serving the population of eastern side. It belongs to the tenth century and is located 50 kms. from kaza.
KUNZUM PASS(4590 m) – As Rohtang pass is a gateway to Lahaul so Kunzum pass is the gateway to Spiti from Kulu & Lahaul. While going to this pass, the panoramic view of Bara-Sigri glacier (second longest glacier in the world) is enthrilling and inspiring.
LOSAR(4080 m) – It is situated near the confluence of Losar and Peeno streams. This village is worth a visit being the first big village and because of its Location.
KIBBER(4205 m) – It is locally known as Khyipur, one of the highest villages in the world at an altitude of 4205 m above sea level in a narrow valley surrounded by mountains from all sides.

How to reach Spiti Valley

There are two routes to enter Spiti.
From Manali via Rohtang Pass to Kaza. Manali is connected by Air, Rail and Road. From Manali, there is a regular bus from July to October.
From Shimla via Kinnaur. Shimla is connected by Air, Rail & Road. From Shimla by buses to Kaza from May to October.
The best time to travel in these areas is between April and October. While planning your trip, it is suggested that you check on general road conditions and confirm if the high passes are open to traffic.

Conserve nature today and it will protect our tomorrow

Duration: 9 nights / 10 days


Day 1: Chandigarh – Shimla / Narkanda

You will met by our representative in Chandigarh. Drive to Shimla. Shimla sightseeing includes Famous Ridge, Mall Road, Lakkar Bazaar, Jakhu Temple. Narkanda is about 60 KMs from Shimla. Overnight at Shimla or Narkanda

Day 2: Shimla / Narkanda – Sangla / Chitkul (Kinnaur Valley)

Leave early, if from Shimla and enjoy the vistas en route. Lunch at Rampur. About 8 – 9 Hrs of beautiful drive through Kinnaur Valley. Overnight at Sangla

Day 3: Sangla – Chitkul – Sangla – Kalpa

Leave early to spend some time at beautiful Chitkul Village. Visit Kamru Fort at Sangla as well before going back to Kalpa. Watch the lovely sunset and sunrise (next day) at Kalpa over Mount Kinner Kailash. Overnight at Kalpa

Day 4: Kalpa – Nako – Nako Lake – Geyu Mummy – Tabo

Start your day early and watch the vistas en route over Hindustan Tibet Highway. Check Out Khab, Confluence of Spiti and Satluj Rivers. See the Leo Purygal Peak from Khab Bridge. Lunch at Nako Lake. Meet the dreaded Malling Nalla ahead of Nako. After Chango – Sumdo you will enter Spiti Valley. After Sumdo police registration, detour towards Geyu Village to visit the 500 Year old Mummy. Overnight at Tabo 

Day 5: Tabo – Dhankar – Dhankar Lake – Pin Valley (Mud Village)

Visit Dhankar Monastery and Dhankar Lake. Traverse the Pin Valley | Kungri – Sagnam – Mud – Tailing. Overnight at Mud Village in Pin Valley

Day 6: Pin Valley – Kaza – Ki – Kibber – Gette – Tashigang – Kaza

Head for Kaza, headquarters of Spiti Valley. Have lunch at Kaza and check in to Hotel. Visit Ki – Kibber – Gette – Tashigang in the second half of the day. Ki is a famous monastery and others are places to explore as a lovely drive. Tashigang is where the road ends but again beautiful drive.Overnight at Kaza

Day 7: Kaza – Hikkim – Komik – Langza – Kaza / Losar

Today visit the road less travelled or off beat places near Kaza. Great view of Chau Chau Kang Nelda peak from Langza. Statue of the Buddha near Langza looking down the valley. Tanggyud monastery at Komik, is one of the most important and the highest monastery in the Spiti Valley. Overnight at Kaza or Losar

Day 8: Kaza / Losar – Kunzum Pass – Chandratal / Battal

Visit Chandratal via Kunzum Pass and enjoy the day there. Camps are about 2.5 KMs from the lake, either stay there or back to Battal where there is a PWD rest house now though without electricity. Overnight at Battal or Chandratal Camps

Day 9: Battal / Chandratal – Kunzum Pass – Rohtang Pass – Manali

Head back to Manali via Rohtang Pass. Drive through Battal – Chattru – Gramphu towards Rohtang Pass is out of the world. Overnight at Manali

Day 10: Manali – Chandigarh

Drive Back to Chandigarh and take return evening flight back home.

Transport : Non - A/C Innova/Tempo Traveller.
Cost is 20500/- Per person. Discount for Group Bookings of 5 and More

Package Includes :
Accommodation at all hotels as per the itinerary on double sharing basis.
Accommodation at Mud Village in a homestay
Meal Plan MAP. Morning Tea, Breakfast and Dinner at all hotels, homestays and camps except in Shimla and Manali.
All Applicable Monastery / Museum Fees
All sightseeing and tours by non-ac Innova/Tempo Traveller vehicle as per the itinerary (Day 1 – Day 9).
Driver charges, driver accommodation, fuel and inter-state toll.
Camping fees, tents and sleeping bags / blankets at Chandratal Lake

Package Does Not Include:
Airfare to and from Chandigarh
Any Kind of Personal nature expenses
Tips, Insurance, Laundry, Phone Calls etc
Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, soft or hard drinks, starters). Lunch / Meals in Shimla and Manali and meals that are not mentioned in the itinerary.
5% Tax (GST)
Any cost arising out of unforeseen circumstances including medical emergencies and acts of God.
Sightseeing in Chandigarh, Shimla and Manali / Car on Day 10 / Any activities or transfers other than what is mentioned in the itinerary.
Anything not specifically mentioned under the head "Package Includes"


Things to Carry:

2-3 Pairs of Inner Thermals. 
2-3 sets of Heavy woolens.
At least one heavy woolen jacket But, you should carry one light woolen jacket or a fleece, maybe, there could be days when you need just your light jacket only. 
3-4 pairs of woollen socks.
A good trekking/hiking waterproof and a bit warm shoes.
Carry at least one or two caps/hats to protect yourself from direct sunlight as it is too harsh in this region. Especially, in the month of September and October, the UV rays are harshest and you must protect your skin using Hats / Caps and a good high SPF 70 sunscreen lotions.
Carry at least one Balaclava too to protect yourself from cold entering the head. 
Sunglasses to protect your eyes from the reflections from snow.
Hand Gloves Always good to carry them with you to protect your hands.


To Register yourself,

Deposit the Amount into the Following Account:
Account Details:
Bank Name: ICICI Bank
Account Name: Treks And Hikes
Account No: 641505000696
Account Type: Current
IFS Code: ICIC0006415
Branch: Vile Parle (W)

For more details and Registration, Please contact on the nos. given below:
Nishant Sheth: 8879418581

Limited seats, Registrations on First Come First Serve Basis.
**Cancelation and Refund applicable on the entire trek cost :

1. If cancelation done prior to 10 days of the trek 75% of the total cost will be refunded.
2. If cancelation done prior to 5 days of the trek 50% will be refunded.
3. If cancelation done after that, no refund will be provided.

SMOKING AND DRINKING STRICTLY PROHIBITED DURING THE TREK (Offenders will be expelled from the program on the spot)

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