About this trip :
- Route: Shimla- Kufri – Chitkul – Nako – Giu – Tabo – Dhankar – Pin Valley – Kaza – Losar – Kunzum Pass – Chandratal – Chhatru – Rohtang Pass – Manali
- Tour Type: Road Trip
- Highest Altitude: 4,600 m
- Total distance covered: 1000+ km (approx)
- Duration: 8 Nights/ 9 Days
- Day 01 : Delhi to Jibhi
- Day 02 : Jibhi Waterfall - Jalori Pass - Chitkul (250 km | 9 Hours | 11,320 ft)
- Day 03 : Chitkul - Nako - Giu - Tabo (200 km | 7-8 Hours | 12,200 ft)
- Day 04 : Tabo - Dhankar - Pin Valley - Kaza (120 km | 5 Hours | 12,500 ft)
- Day 05 : Kaza - Key - Kibber - Chicham - Kaza (50 km | 14,010 ft)
- Day 06 : Kaza - Hikkim - Komic - Langza - Kaza (50 km | 15,049 ft)
- Day 07 : Kaza - Losar - Kunzum Pass - Chandratal (100 km | 5 Hours | 15,000 ft)
- Day 08 : Chandratal - Chhatru - Rohtang Pass - Manali - Delhi (135 km | 7 Hours | 13,058 ft)
- Day 09 : Delhi
Spiti Valley Information:
- The Trans Himalayan regions of Leh, Kargil, Lahaul, and Spiti are landscapes that are one of their kind and cannot be found anywhere else in the country.
- It comprises a high altitude cold desert, high altitude snow-capped peaks, and bare stretches of peaks of various colors shaped by the various forces of nature.
- These Trans Himalayan regions are quite remote with extreme climatic conditions, high altitude mountain ranges, and impenetrable mountain passes.
- Despite this, the people of the region have adapted themselves to the conditions and happily live here.
- This region also has a number of Buddhist Monasteries (locally called gompas) because Buddhism is practiced majorly by the people of this region who can visit.
- These monasteries have absolutely serene surroundings and are situated in really pretty locations.
- The best times to visit this area are from early June to the end of September. It is also fine to travel during the monsoons as it does not rain much here in this region.
- You will also visit 1000 years old lang(temple). Key Monastery: A must-visit tourist place in Spiti Valley, the Key Gompa is encircled by picturesque mountains and soothing valleys. During this trip, you will be visiting the ancient monasteries, which are famous all over the world like Key monastery, Tabo monastery.
Delhi to Delhi :
- 12 June 2022
- 19 June 2022
- 26 June 2022
- 10 July 2022
- 17 July 2022
- 24 July 2022
- 31 July 2022
- 14 Aug 2022
- 21 Aug 2022
- 28 Aug 2022
- 04 Sept 2022
- 11 Sept 2022
- 25 Sept 2022
- 02 Oct 2022
- Delhi to Delhi: 19,500/- per person
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Ad-on ( per person ) :
- Triple Sharing: 2000/- per person
- Double Sharing: 4000/- per person
- Mumbai to Mumbai sleeper train tickets: 2,500/-
- 3AC train from Mumbai: 5,500/-
- Pune to Pune Sleeper train tickets: 2,700/-
- 3AC train from Pune: 5,500/-
Note: Pay 2000/- to block your seats and pay the rest 15 days prior to the event.
Day 00: Mumbai / Pune to Delhi
- Report at Bandra Terminals at 10:30 AM
- People from Pune are requested to take the 07:15 AM PUNE CSMT SF SPL (02124) Train to Dadar as the train frequency from Pune to Delhi is low and also has odd timings.
- The second boarding point is Borivali station at 11:00 AM for Western line people
Day 01: Delhi to Jibhi
- Reach Delhi at 11:00 AM
- Take a bus to Majnu Ka Tilla or take Delhi Darshan Cab
- Reprot at Majnu Ka Tilla at 06:00 PM
- Take a Volvo / Cab to Jibhi ( anywhere between 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm )
- Start journey from Delhi to Jibhi.
Day 02: Jibhi - Jalori Pass - Chitkul (250 km | 9 Hours | 11,320 ft)
- Reach Jibhi, freshen up at Campsite, and have Breakfast.
- Visit Jibhi waterfall and Jalori Pass on the way to Chitkul.
- Our road trip to cover 250 kilometres towards Chitkul in 9 hours.
- This small village in the Kinnaur district is the home to some of the finest potatoes in the world. Popularly known as the last inhabited village near the Indo- Tibetan Border, the Indian roads end here at Chitkul. The village is famous for its traditional pahadi houses with roofs made of either slate or wooden planks. Adorned with high snowclad mountain peaks, Chitkul is also often known as the Swiss Alps of India! After feasting on some dinner, we spend the night tucked in in a comfortable homestay, ready for the day ahead.
Day 03: Chitkul - Nako - Giu - Tabo (200 km | 7-8 Hours | 12,200 ft)
- We start our morning going around Chitkul and experiencing a blissful morning in the Kinnauri region of Himachal.
- From here, we depart for Tabo while crossing the treacherous Malling stream.
- Enroute Tabo we will visit Nako, the most picturesque hamlet of Kinnaur, we visit the Nako Lake.
- After this, we now enter the vast Spiti Valley, while crossing the check post at Sumdo.
- We drive further to the village Giu, located 17 kilometres from Sumdo.
- Giu village is known for its 500 years old mysterious mummy which still has its teeth and hair intact.
- After visiting the temple where this mummy is still preserved we head to Tabo where The Dalai Lama has expressed his wishes to Tabo Monastery since it is considered one of the holiest.
- After a full day of moving around, we finally call it a night at a hotel in Tabo.
Day 04: Tabo - Dhankar - Pin Valley - Kaza (120 km | 5 Hours | 12,500 ft)
- From Tabo, we then move on to explore Dhankar Monastery.
- Dhankar used to be the administrative capital of Spiti before Kaza. We explore the village and visit the Dhankar Gompa situated asymmetrically atop a steep cliff. This hill-top fort that overlooks the Spiti Valley also once used to serve as a jail in the olden days.
- After spending some amazing moments in this peaceful monastery, we head towards Mudh which is a high-altitude village located in Pin Valley of Spiti District. Pin Valley is known for its Pin Valley National Park, home to the snow leopard and Siberian ibex. With such high reaches and glaciers where humankind seldom goes, Pin Valley might as well be the highlight of your trip.
- Mudh is the last motorable village in India on this side and is also the base camp for several long treks including the famous Pin Bhaba Pass Trek. Known for its sprouting pink blossoms known as Sia Mentok, Mudh is an enchanting land that is sure to leave you awestruck.
- From Mudh, we finally head to our final destination of the day, Kaza, the administrative capital and largest town of Spiti and hit our comfortable beds after these meanderings.
Day 05: Kaza - Key - Kibber - Chicham - Kaza (50 km | 14,010 ft)
- This day we explore some of the highest inhabited regions of the world. We first visit Key, known for its magnificent Key Monastery situated at the foot of steep ridges, it is also the Biggest Gelugpa Sect Monastery in Spiti.
- This monastery is also known to have a training centre for the Lamas. Overlooking the Spiti River, looking down at the valley from any spot of this upland country is a great sight. Spending some time in the quiet of this monastery can really be a soulful experience, something to remember for a lifetime.
- We then proceed to Kibber, which is a perfect site for sky gazers and astronomy lovers. Kibber is also home to the majestic snow leopard and gives a breath-taking view of Kanamo Peak at 19, 600 feet.
- From Kibber, we visit the famous Chicham Bridge, the highest bridge in Asia and hear stories about the ancient method of using pulley trolleys.
- We return to Kaza for dinner and a night stay.
Day 06: Kaza - Hikkim - Komic - Langza - Kaza (50 km | 15,049 ft)
- This day we will explore the highest villages of Spiti valley. We head on to Langza, situated at an altitude of 4,400 metres.
- Once at Langza we can stroll around and visit the ancient Langza which is a 1000 years old temple and spot the marine fossils found here in the sedimentary rocks.
- Our next stop will be at Komic, which literally translates to ‘eye of a snow cock’. Komic is the highest motorable village in the world at a height of 4,587 meters.
- After spending some time taking in the beauty of this enchanting village, we head to Hikkim, home of the highest post office in the world and then at last move to the night in our cosy little homestay at Kaza after a day packed with adventures.
Day 07: Kaza - Losar - Kunzum Pass - Chandratal (100 km | 5 Hours | 15,000 ft)
- From Kaza, we drive through the least populated village of Spiti- Losar, to reach India’s highest motorable mountain pass which connects Kullu and Lahaul to Spiti valley- Kunzum La at 15,000 feet.
- From Kunzum La, we head towards one of the most photogenic places in Spiti Valley- the breath-taking Chandratal Lake (14,100 ft), also known as the lake of the moon.
- This magnificent lake has surprisingly no visible source of water, concluding that the water for this lake comes from underground. We spend the night in camps by the lake and spend our evening gazing at millions of stars on a clear night.
Day 08: Chandratal - Chhatru - Rohtang Pass - Manali (135 km | 7 Hours | 13,058 ft)
- To celebrate our last day in Spiti Valley, we depart from Chandratal Lake and make our way to Batal, home to the famous Chachi Chachi ka Chandra Dhaba.
- From there we continue our journey on Kaza – Manali Highway while taking a lunch halt at Chhatru.
- Driving beside the Chandra river we pass Gramphoo village just before our ascend towards the Rohtang pass and then descend towards Manali, thus entering the Kullu District.
- Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, it connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh.
- After a spectacular journey of around 51 kilometres, crossing Rohtang Pass, we reach Manali.
- Visit Mall road and hop cafes till evening in Old Manali.
- 07:00 PM leave for Delhi.
- You can opt to stay back in Manali for a day or two. We can arrange a stay and return ticket to Delhi by AC Volvo at the extra cost of 2000/- per person
Day 09: Delhi - Mumbai / Pune
- Reach Delhi by 08:00-09:00 AM .
- Take cab, auto to New Delhi Station or H NIZAMUDDIN
- Board Train 02780 from H NIZAMUDDIN @ 02:50 PM and travel overnight to Pune
- Board Train 02926 from New Delhi @ 04:25 PM and travel overnight to Mumbai
Day 10: Mumbai / Pune
- Reach Bandra by 03:00 PM
- Reach Pune by 04:00 PM
- Accommodation in Hotel/Homestay/Resort (6 nights)
- Transportation from Delhi to Delhi in Tempo Traveller.
- MAP meal plan (6 Breakfast and 6 Dinner)
- Experienced and Local Driver cum Guide
- First-Aid Kit/Oxygen Cylinder
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusion list
- Meals during Transportation (Lunch)
- Expenses of personal nature
- We do not provide any type of Travel Insurance
- Permit to enter Spiti Valley for foreign travellers
- Expenses raised due to any road blockage or natural calamity
- The itinerary is subject to change and is flexible due to any circumstances which are not in our control
Things to carry :
- Medical Certificate
- Govt id card with name and address
- Self-declared form
- Backpack (40-60 liters)
- Trekking shoes: No sports shoes. The shoes need to
- have soles with good grip and ankle support.
- Socks (3 pairs): 2 pairs of cotton (for trekking) + 1 pair of woolen pair
- (used only for sleeping)Sandals/Slippers for walking
- Trek pants (2) including the one you are wearing.
- Collared t-shirts (3 including the one you are wearing)
- Preferably light, full sleeve t-shirts.
- Thick jacket: Carry 1 hollow full sleeve windproof
- jacket/down jacket.
- Thermal inners: 1 pair of lightweight, upper and lower
- Raincoat/poncho: (Mandatory as it can rain anytime in
- the mountains)
- Woolen cap/ Balaclava: (Must protect ears)Hand gloves:
- (Ensure that the gloves are warm and waterproof.)
- Sunglasses: Any dark color but blue. Sunglasses prevent
- snow blindness. Sunglasses are mandatory for this trek.
- (Sunscreen - SPF 40+, moisturizer, light towel, lip balm/chapstick, small soap, toilet paper, wet tissue)
- Headlamp/LED torch(Mandatory)
- Camera: Carry all accessories - spare batteries, charger, etc.
- Water bottles: 2 bottles, 1 Litre each.
- Trekking pole: Trekking pole is mandatory. You can also
- rent wooden stick from Gaurikund.
- Plastic covers: While packing, use plastic bags to
- compartmentalize things and carry a few extra plastics
- bags for wet clothes.
Personal Medical Kit
- Mandatory. All these things need to go into one
- backpack. So make sure they are all light and you carry as less as possible.
Health & Safety:
- Before starting the trek, calculate your BMI (Ideal BMI should be between 18.5 and 24.9)
- Health and Safety checks mentioned below should be made before getting prepared for the trek
- A balanced mind and body is the first thing that should be given importance before taking off because this is what will bring out the best of you in every condition.
- Your body should be fit enough to cover the entire trek with the backpacks on your back along with your body weight. That is why proper stamina and strength are needed. Also because trekking is done in uneven multi terrains and not on smooth paths. So in order to gain leg strength, perform simple squats.
- Flexibility is very important when it comes to trekking. Good flexibility will be an advantage while walking on trails, climbing and river crossing, etc. Attain flexibility by simply stretching or doing yoga.
- As the Himalayan treks are basically ascending and descending the slopes, you will need a proper transmission of Oxygen from the lungs and heart to the body muscles. For this, trekkers should have good cardiovascular endurance that can be gained by doing cardio exercises like running, swimming, cycling, etc.
Payment Details :
UPI ID: 7387523876@upi
Net banking :
- Name- RAJBALA YADAV
Bank name - HDFC BANK
ACC No.- 50100308491863
IFSC code- HDFC0002501
- Name- NITIN YADAV
Bank name - PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK
ACC No.- 0530001500002688
IFSC code- PUNB0053000
Please send a screenshot of the payment on WhatsApp number 7387523876 for confirmation, we will then share a form for the final booking procedure.
- If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- If cancellations are made within 0-30 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of the total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be canceled and in such cases, our service partner will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity.
- For all the above choices, you can transfer your tickets to your friends. We would be more than happy to have them on board and you could save your hard-earned money.
- Seats will be reserved only after full payment.
- Fees paid are non-refundable but transferable on the same event.
- A complete schedule of the trek will be given later to registered participants
- Organizers have all the right to modify or change the schedule in case
- Organizers hold the right to cancel any event and refund with prior notice.
- We strictly follow a no alcohol, no drugs, and no litter policy.
The tour is weather-based and depends on the weather conditions. There may be last-minute cancellations if weather conditions deteriorate.
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