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Day 1: Delhi to Kotgarh via Shimla/Narkanda (410 km, 9 hrs)
Starting from Delhi/Chandigarh in the morning, we will take you on a joyride on the Himalayan Express Highway of NH 05 into one of the most ecologically diverse and lavishly green valleys of Shivalik. From Parwanoo, the road route runs along the Kalka-Shimla Railway route – a UNESCO World Heritage site — that was built in the late 19th and early 20th century by the Britishers. Chandigarh-Shimla highway meanders through Shivalik forests of pine, deodar, and oak trees. By noon, we reach the capital city, Shimla. Here we’ll have lunch and unwind for a moment. We’ll resume the drive and reach Kotgarh by evening — our pit stop for the overnight stay. Dinner and overnight stay at a homestay amidst an orchard of apples and cherries.
Day 2: Kotgarh to Sangla (157 km, 6 hrs drive)
Soon after breakfast, we’ll take a connecting road that will take us back on the NH5. It descends through orchards of apples and cherries and meets NH5 at Bithal. From Bithal, we’ll be driving along the right bank of the Satluj river.
The spotlight of the day is driving through the tunnel-shaped road stretch of Tranda Dhank on old Hindustan-Tibet (HT) road. Driving under a roof formed by blasting and cutting the mountains on one side and a deep gorge on the other side will cause the adrenaline to spike to the max for sure.
From Karcham, we would drive over the bridge and enter the Sangla (Baspa valley). By the evening we would be reaching Sangla town. Dinner and overnight stay at a hotel in Sangla.
Day 3: Sangla to Chitkul to Sangla to Kalpa (100 km, 5 hrs drive)
On day 3, we shall explore the Baspa valley. After breakfast, we would be heading toward Chitkul. The road to Chitkul runs along the right bank of the Baspa river.
Constructed at the base of the valley, the 23km long road passes by the Mastrang ITBP check post, Bastseri, and Rakcham village.
At Chitkul, we will explore the village, visit Chitkul fort and Chitkul Mata temple. We will be heading back to Sangla soon. From Sangla, we would take the return trip to Karcham and head toward Chini village of Kalpa. By evening, we would reach Kalpa. Dinner and overnight stay at a hotel in Kalpa.
Day 4: Day 4: Kalpa to Tabo (150 Km, 6 hrs)
Today, we drive along the Sutlej River until we reach a place called KShab. Khab is the place where Sutlej – flowing down from Shipki-La Pass – and River Spiti meet. From here the road ascends to Nako, a village perched on a slope of an elevation of about 12,000 feet.
Nako is a picturesque village offering some amazing views of perpetually snow-covered After unwinding for a while, we’ll soon proceed towards Tabo village. By the evening we would be reaching Tabo. Overnight stay at a hotel/homestay.
Nako also serves as a basecamp for climbing the highest peak in Himachal — the Reo Purgyil.
After unwinding for a while, we’ll soon proceed towards Tabo village. By the evening we would be reaching Tabo. Overnight stay at a hotel/homestay.
Day 5: Tabo to Kaza via Dhankar Monastery (60 km, 3 hrs drive)Key Gompa of Spiti
The history of the Tabo monastery dates back to 996 AD. It is the oldest continuously operating monastery in India. In the morning we’ll visit the monastery and surrounding Chortens and thereafter head to Sichling.A connecting road from Sichling will take us to Dhankar. Dhankar monastery is perched on the edge of a mountain, and the landscape looks just out of a fairy tale setting.After exploring the village and monastery, we head toward Kaza and reach there by evening. Dinner and overnight stay at a hotel/homestay.
Day 6: Kaza to Langza to Hikkim to Komic to Key to Kibber to Gete to Kaza (30 km, 3-4 hrs drive)
On day six of the Spiti Valley circuit tour, we’ll visit one of the highest regions of human settlement in the world.
Road to Kibber village — home of the Snow Leopard.
Komic is the highest inhabited village in Asia. After Komic, our next pitstop is Hikkim – the highest post office in the world. A postcard will be your best chance to connect to the rest of the world as Hikkim village has no mobile or internet connectivity.Our next stop will be Langza. Langza is famed for fossils of the Triassic-Jurassic period (200 million years old). In Langza we’ll pay a visit to the 1000-year-old Lang temple.alley
From Langza, we’ll make a return trip to Kaza and drive to Key Monastery. After visiting the monastery we would drive to Kibber village. In the evening, we would drive back to Kaza for dinner and an overnight stay
Day 7: Kaza to Chandra Taal Lake via Kunzum Pass (90 km, 3.5 hrs drive)llWe start the day early as the weather at the 4550 m (15,060 feet) high Kunzum Pass can turn from bright sunshine into snow showers in a minute. Kunzum Pass acts as a crossover between Spiti Valley with Lahaul valley. When in Lahaul, you might notice that this valley is a lot greener than Spiti.
Kunzum Pass offers amazing views of the Chandrabhaga Ranges. It has a Hindu temple and a Buddhist Chorten dedicated to the eponymous Goddess Kunzum Mata.
After a short descent from the pass, we take a detour on a narrow road to Chandra Taal Lake. Chandra Taal – also known as the moon lake – is a beautiful lake at an altitude of 14,100 feet.
Nestled between the mountain ranges of Chandra Bhaga and Kunzum top, Chandra Taal is acclaimed and admired by travelers as one of the most beautiful lakes in the entire Himalayan region.
After enjoying the beautiful views, we will settle for a lakeside overnight stay in camps at Chandra Taal.
Day 8: Chandra Taal to Manali via Atal Tunnel (100 km, 4 hrs drive)i
After savoring the pristine views of Chandra Taal Lake and surrounding mountain ranges, we would head for Manali. After a short halt at Batal, we drive along the Chandra River until a place called Gramphu.
From Gramphu we can take one of the two routes to Manali:
1. Gramphu – Rohtang – Kothi – Palchan – Manali
2. Gramhpu – Koksar – Chandra Bridge – Atal Tunnel – Solang Valley – Manali
We’ll reach Manali by the evening. Overnight stay at a hotel.
Day 9: Departure
Time to bid farewell. Drive to Delhi via Chandigarh.