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Frozen Spiti Tour 6N/7D

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Duration

6 Nights & 7 days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

Unlimited

Languages

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Overview

Ex:- Shimla/Delhi

Departure Dates from Shimla
21st March to 27th March | 27th March to 2nd April (with Sangla holi )
11th April – 17th April | 18th April – 24th April
25th April – 1st May | 2nd May – 8th May
9th May – 15th May | 16th May – 22nd May
23rd May -29th May | 30th May – 5th June

About Frozen Spiti Tour

What got you here can also take you to one of the craziest road trips in India ever. An epic rod trip in India has to be the Spiti valley road trip post the Leh Manali road trip of course. Spiti is one of the hotspot hubs for the travelers or trekkers from across the globe. If you are an avid trekker or an adventure enthusiast then Spiti valley should be on your list for sure. If you haven’t gone trekking to Spiti valley, the actual trekking experience would be surely unknown to you. People from all over the world come to the Spiti valley to try their hands-on trekking.

This is one of the most picturesque treks you would ever come across in India. Don’t believe us? Check out some of the amazing posts of Spiti valley on our Instagram feed. This place is totally ideal to hit all alone and is one of the safest as well. You can join us in our Spiti treks and meet the like-minded people and make the most of your trekking expedition or for a road trip. During the peak winter season, the atmosphere in the valley is harsh and extremely cold which makes it tougher for the people to be there. But, to gain something you have to lose something and Spiti gives the most rewarding experiences during the winter season.

The views that you will come across are gorgeous. Each thing in the town be it the huts, houses, trees, everything is covered with snow and looks entirely white. You will only see snow and ice as far your eyesight can reach. The temperature falls below minus 20-degree centigrade and that is insane. The sunrise and the sunset views coming from tearing the mountains look so spectacular that it cannot be explained in words. The trek trail has a lot of ups and downs with a bit tough trek gradient but in the end it is all worth it.

In this Spiti valley road trip the route that would be taken is the Hindustan Tibet highway because the other highway is always covered with snow and is impossible to ride there in this season. This highway is taken for the entry and for the exit. Here is a small and a detailed itinerary of the Spiti valley road trip wherein we explain each day thoroughly. We also list the name of the villages that we would be exploring on this road trip.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Day 1: Drive from Shimla to Kalpa.
  • Day 2: Drive to Nako and Tabo from Kalpa.
  • Day 3: Drive from Tabo to Pin valley to Mudh to Kazza.
  • Day 4: Drive from Kaza - Key Monastery - Kibber -Kaza.
  • Day 5: Drive from Kaza – Komik – Hikkim – Langza – Kaza.
  • Day 6: Drive from Kaza to Kalpa.
  • Day 7: Drive from Kalpa to Shimla.

Itinerary

Day 1

The Spiti valley road trip begins from Shimla, one of the most beautiful Himalayan cities. Before entering the gorgeous Kinnaur valley, the villages that will be explored in this road trip are Srahan, Rampur, and Bushahr. In this route, the travelers would also get a chance to have a glimpse of Kinner Kailash peak which is known to be the summer abode of Lord Shiva. Post this the trip enters Kalpa which is at 7549 feet.

Check into the hotel at Kalpa. Relax, freshen up, and also enjoy tea and other refreshments in the hotel.
Spend the night in the hotel.

Day 2

Get up early today and set your ride on the Hindustan Tibet highway after having breakfast at Kalpa hotel. The last hamlet of the Kinnaur district is Nako and you ride to this place today. This day is filled with the sights of the Tibetan areas.

There is a stoppage at Nako to have fresh lunch and then we finally enter into the Spiti valley. This night will be spent in the homestay in Tabo. Have your dinner at the homestay in Tabo and spend the night there itself.

Day 3

This day is a bit about sight-seeing and the first place to hit is the Tabo monastery which is 1021 years old. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This monastery is located at the bottom of the valley.

The next destination to head towards is the Pin valley. Pin valley is a gorgeous place to spend some time and treat your soul with the most scenic views. There is a National park with birds, animals, and rare species of plants. It also has a frozen river. One can get numerous exotic animals and birds as well to view here. The last motorable village of the Pin valley is Mudh and we also cover this destination today in the ride. Also, we visit Kungri monastery this day.

Post a hectic but a wonderful day, check into a homestay at Kaza and spend the overnight here after having a delicious dinner.

Day 4

This day begins with a drive to the Ki monastery. KI monastery was found in the 11th century by a disciple of Atisha. It is at a height of 13,668 feet and there are about 1000n stories to gain from this monastery. This monastery is also a refuge to the Tibetans. It is located at a remote location and it is a great place to enjoy some serenity and peaceful vibes.

The next destination to move towards is Kibber which is 18 km from Kaza. This is the formerly highest inhabited village of the region and is also a popular base camp for the treks. Chiccham village is the next place to head out to from Kibber. This road is very scenic with amazing views from all sides. Post exploring this place, we head to Kaza by the night.

Post a hectic but a wonderful day, check into a homestay at Kaza and spend the overnight here after having a delicious dinner.

Day 5

The fifth day of the Spiti valley road trip takes you to the highest inhabited regions of the world. Komik is the highest village in Asia which is at a height of 4513 meters. This is a cut off village which is otherwise totally isolated and is explored in this trip. You will spot a lot of Himalayan animals in this route.

The nest highest spot to visit is Hikkim which is the highest post office in the world. Langza is the next destination in the drive. This is a beautiful frosty white village having an ancient village which is 1000 years old. There is a prehistoric era zone in this village which shows some fossils and marine life of that era which is worth exploring. Post exploring this place, we head to Kaza by the night.

Post a hectic but a wonderful day, check into a homestay at Kaza and spend the overnight here after having a delicious dinner.

Day 6

On the sixth day, we start moving back to the Kinnaur valley post having breakfast and the end of this trip starts. You have to reach Kalpa this day.

Spend the night in the hotel in Kalpa and have dinner there.

Day 7

The 7th day is the end day of the Spiti valley road trip. From Kalpa, the drive to Shimla starts. You wake up and have your breakfast at the hotel in Kalpa and start the trip.

The tour ends once you reach Shimla.

Included/Excluded

  • Accommodation as mentioned above
  • Meals as mentioned above
  • Tour Manager will accompany the travelers throughout the journey.
  • Forest permits are essential for trekking in the forest and the permits are included in the package itself. The trekkers need not worry about it.
  • Forest guides would also join the trek from where the forest trail starts.
  • Anything that is not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Any kind of personal expense
  • Any kind of insurance

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