Spiti Valley Tour Package - 8 Days

Jeep-safari in himachal

Exploration of isolated Kinnaur-Spiti situated on Indo —Tibet border . A spectacular road leads from Kullu to the Gorgeous Satluj valley and scenic semi desert valley of Kinnaur dominated by mighty kinner kailash . Where as wider Desert valley of spiti surrounded by high mountains , Kullu-Bhuntar-Manali and rest of the part as valley of Kullu and Kinnaur is verdant . practicing Tibetan Buddhist culture and housing several ancients monasteries in its lap.

Climate changes rapidly , you will also see the difference of culture by changing the valley , As beginning from Kullu it rains in summer , peoples lives are Hindu. Kinnaur adopted both Hindu and Buddhist culture and it rain lesser , Spiti where Tibetan Budhism is flourished ,landscape is dry , summer is hot and autumn is fresh . Ending the tour in Bhuntar( Kullu ) also knows as “valley of God ”and is an important tourist destination of Mountains.

These most exotic sight of Himalayas are dotted with ancients temples , monasteries and stupas and inhabited by cheerful peoples who are friendly and inhospitable . Highest point of the tour is Kunzum Pass ( 4700 mtrs ) suitable for age group of 15 to 65 years and required the good physique.

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2019 Tour Details

Duration: 9 days , Bhuntar to Bhuntar

Participate: INR 29,999

Booking amount: INR 10,000

Dates: On request

The Essential Spiti & Kinnaur jeep safari begins at Bhuntar and takes you through the stunning and graphic valleys of the Satluj, Baspa, Spiti, Pin and Chandra rivers and up and over the majestic Rohtang and Kunzum passes.

Day 1 Bhuntar To Sarahan via Jalori Pass

 We follow the Satluj River till the township of Jeori from where we ascend further to the picturesque village of Sarahan. Sarahan is famous for the Bhimakali temple carved in wood which we shall visit later today. Sarahan – overnight in a hotel.

bhuntar to leh jeep safari

Day 2 Sarahan To Sangla

Today we descend back to the Valley of the Satluj and follow the river into the Kinnaur region, which is world famous for its apples. We drive to Karcham where we bid adieu to the Satluj (for a while!) and head up into the spectacular gorge of the Baspa (Sangla) river and onwards into the Sangla valley. The Gerard brothers, the first outsiders to set foot in the Baspa Valley in the first quarters of the nineteenth century ranked it as the most charming of all Himalayan Valleys. Today we will be spending the night slightly ahead of the Sangla town in more pristine environs. Sangla Valley – overnight in a hotel.

Day 3 Sangla To Kalpa

Visit Chitkul today, which is the last village in the valley, very close to the border of Tibet. From here we head to Kalpa – 4 to 5 hours Kalpa – overnight in a hotel.

Day 4 Kalpa To Tabo

Today we leave Kalpa and the beautiful view of the Kinner Kailash to head to Tabo (7 to 8 hours). The journey today takes us from the lush Satluj Valley into the desert landscape of the Spiti valley. The drive is spectacular as we drive along what is commonly known as one of the World’s Most Dangerous Roads. We will cross Nako enroute and we can stop at the Nako Lake. Time permitting we will visit Gui Village (9 km from Sumdo) that has the mysterious 550 year old mummy of a monk. It is believed that the mummy that to be of a monk named Sangha Tenzin, who decided to sacrifice his life for the well-being of his village. Tabo – overnight in a guesthouse

Day 5 Tabo To Kaza

Tabo is famous for its monastery, popularly known as the Ajanta of the Himalayas that celebrated 1000 years in 1996. We visit the monastery today and head on further to Dhankar. Dhankar was the erstwhile capital of Spiti. Dhankar also houses an ancient Monastery perched precariously between unique wind eroded structures. Remnants of the Dhankar Fort, which housed the royal family of Spiti, still remain. A visit to the monastery, fort and other subsidiary temples leaves one spell bound at the traditional architectural marvels. The monastery has some interesting wall murals and thangkas, which are in an urgent need for restoration. The Dhankar Monastery was recently declared as one of the 100 Most Endangered sites in the World, by ‘The World’s Monument Fund’. Later today we head to Kaza. Stay at a hotel in Kaza.

Day 6 Kaza-Hikkim-Kibber-Kaza

After breakfast head onto Hikkim – Asia’s highest post office and send off a postcard to family back home. Visit Kee monastery and Kibber. Visit Langza village and head back to Kaza for the night. Stay at Hotel in Kaza.

Day 7 Kaza To Chandratal

If there is time then visit Chicham and Mud village on a parallel route. Camp overnight at Chandratal, while watching the starry sky, spot the milky way and if lucky see some shooting stars. (Please note that the camping is not permitted near the lake).

Day 8 Chandratal To Bhuntar

The initial section of the drive is quite rough and has many water crossings. After crossing Batal, we behold the amazing sight of Bara-Sigri glacier, the second longest glacier in the Himalayas after Gangotri. Once on the Manali-Leh Highway, we have a comparatively smooth drive till Bhuntar. The landscape changes again from barren to lush green. We cross the scenic Rohtang pass down to the sight of lush green Himalayan mountains and waterfalls that appear out of nowhere. After the descent from the pass, you drive into Bhuntar, a popular hill station in the Himalayas.


Tour price inclusions

  • Environmental & Permit fee for Kinnaur and Spiti Valley
  • First aid box and oxygen cylinder
  • Participation certificate
  • Bonfire with music whenever possible
  • Stay on twin-­sharing (for couple) & Triple Sharing basis (for others)
  • Dinner and breakfast on all days
  • Experienced English speaking Guide

Tour price exclusions

  • Your two- way travel to and from Bhuntar
  • Lunch on all days
  • Snacks, beverages (bottled water, juice etc)
  • Anything not mentioned in the Inclusions section
  • Consumption of alcohol/drugs and smoking during the tour is strictly prohibited

  • Warm and comfortable clothes (at least 4-5 pairs)
  • Fleece jacket, water, and windproof jackets
  • Thermal wears, balaclava and hand gloves
  • Water bottles (either 2L or two 1L bottles)
  • Skin moisturizers, lip balm and other similar
  • Sturdy pair of trekking shoes
  • Warm socks (at least 4-5 pairs)
  • Sandals or slippers while in the hotels
  • Caps or hats, sunglasses, still camera or video cameras
  • Flashlight and head-torch with extra pair of energy cells
  • Personal medications (if any) ,Towels and toiletries

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking and a full refund will be processed.

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Price From INR ₹ 39,999 INR  29,999/person
Total 29,999 INR

Trip Facts

  • The Guide will be govt. certified.
  • 05-15
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • Guest House/ Hotel/ Camp
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