Himalayan Jeep Safari To Spiti Valley - Mumbai Travellers

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
11 days


The beauty of this location is as beautiful as Ladakh and its worth visit Destination. Very few people knows about it and hence its a perfect destination for any hardcore traveler who are interested in less traveled destinations only.

Come and explore this unexplored destination with us…..

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Brief Event Description

Event Organiser Mumbai Travellers
Event Location Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Pickup Point Will be intimated to registered participants 10 days prior to the event.
Pickup Time Will be intimated to registered participants 10 days prior to the event.
Things to Carry NA
Itinerary DAY 1: CHANDIGARH TO NARKANDA (179 kms / 5hrs)
Arrive at Chandigarh & drive to Narkanda, a drive of around 5 hours. Check in at Agyaat Vaas. Overnight at hotel. Narkanda is a hill station located just 1.5kms from the famous Hatu peak.(10,420ft)

DAY 2: NARKANDA TO SANGLA (160 kms / 4 1/2hrs)
After breakfast drive from Agyaat Vaas to Sangla. Check in at Kinner Camps Sangla. Explore the surroundings around the camp. Enjoy soup around a campfire followed by dinner. Overnight at Kinner Camps Sangla

After breakfast walk to Batseri village, with its modern wooden houses and the beautiful wood carvings of lord Badrinarayans temple. After the temple visit, walk along the Baspa River to the quaint Raksham village, and have packed lunch along the way by the river at a spot where you can view the magnificent Kinner Kailash Mountain which is said to be the winter home of the Hindu God, Lord Shiva. Overnight at Kinner Camps.

After breakfast, 9.30 drive to Chitkul,(23km) the last Indian village on the Tibet border & walk to Nagasti, the last civilian point ,2.5km. Come back to camp for lunch. Post lunch go for a leisurely walk to Hurba which is famous for its spring water sources. Overnight at Kinner Camps Sangla.

DAY 5: SANGLA – KALPA (3 HOURS /49 KM.) 2670 Mtrs
After breakfast check-out from the Hotel & drive to Kalpa, via Recong Peo, the District Headquarter of Kinnaur. Kalpa was once a favourite haunt of Lord Dalhousie. Arrive at Kalpa & Check-in to your Hotel. Kalpa was known as Chini back in the days when it was the Regional Capital. Kalpa has changed little in the last 500 years. It is said that as & when Lord Dalhousie wanted to take a break from his hectic schedule in Shimla, he would come here on Horseback. Each & every corner of Kalpa faces Jorkanden & the Kinner Kailash Peak which is considered as one of the mythical homes of Lord Shiva & by its side is a 79 foot rock formation that resembles a Shivlinga that changes colour as the day passes & is visible to the naked eye on a clear day. Post Lunch rest in the Hotel & in the evening visit a Buddhist Gompa. Dinner & overnight stay.

DAY 6: KALPA– NAKO (130 kms, 5 hrs)
After breakfast Check-out from Kalpa Hotel & drive to Nako. Nako is slated to be declared a heritage village and is built around a small lake It has an important Buddhist Gompa which is 1000 yrs old & a small Temple. A footprint like impression on a rock is ascribed to the saint Guru Padmasambhava. Overnight at Kinner Camp Nako.

DAY 7: NAKO- KAZA (110 kms / 5 hrs)
Welcome to Spiti Valley – with few signs of Vegetation. Yet this land renders visitors speechless with the harsh raw beauty of its landscape. Rudyard Kipling describes Spiti in “Kim” in these words: “At last they entered a world within a world – a valley of leagues where the high hills were fashioned of the mere rubble & refuse from off the knees of the mountains…surely the Gods live here.” After breakfast start the drive to Kaza. On the way visit the ancient village of Tabo which is situated on the left bank of the river Spiti. It is the seat of one of the most famous Buddhist Monasteries regarded next to the Tholong Gompa in Tibet. It is also known as ‘Ajanta of Himalayas’. It was constructed in 996 AD; – not just in Spiti but in the whole of the Tibetan Buddhist world is called Chogs – Khor [‘Doctrinal Circle’ or ‘Doctrinal Enclave’]. It is a complex that holds 9 Temples, 23 Chortens, a Monk’s Chamber & an extension that houses the Nun’s Chamber. On the sheer cliff-face above the enclave are a series of Caves, used as dwellings by the Monks & includes an Assembly Hall. The monastery contains large number of Scriptures & Pieces of Art, Wall Painting & Stucco. There is also a modern Gompa & Painting School founded by the Dalai Lama. Check-out from Tabo after Lunch. After Tabo stop at Dhankar Gompa, the traditional Capital of Spiti, which sits pretty on a hilltop. The hill-top Fort that overlooks the Spiti Valley also used to serve as a jail in old days. Today, more than 160 Lamas reside here. A Statue of Dhyan Buddha where four complete figures of Buddha sit back to back is the main attraction of this more than 7THCentury old Monastery. Continue drive to Kaza – the Capital of Spiti Valley. Arrive at Kaza & check-in to your Hotel. Dinner & O/N stay.

After early breakfast by 07 AM; excursion to Ki Monastery. Situated at the foot of steep ridges & on the left bank of river Spiti is the Ki Monastery which is the Biggest Gelupa Sect Monastery in Spiti. It’s hilltop position points to a post 13TH Century construction. The three storied structure consists largely of storage rooms at the bottom level while the middle floor houses the Dukhang – the Assembly Hall & the uppermost floor has another Temple & Head Lama’s Quarters on the one side of an Open Terrace. The greatest wealth of Ki Gompa lies in its collection of ‘Thangkas’salvaged with difficulty from the devastating raids of the Dogars & the Sikhs in the 19TH Century. Hundreds of Lamas receive their Religious Training in this Monastery & is famous for its ancient Murals & Books. From here a scenic drive takes you into the Pasture Country of Kibber. From Kibber, the Pastures are spread over hundreds of square kilometres. Return back to Kaza for Dinner & O/N stay.

After early breakfast by 06:30 Hrs; check-out from the Hotel & drive to Manali via Kunzumla Pass which is 4590 M. highest pass on Spiti Lahaul Road. Rudyard Kipling said of the region “Surely the Gods live here, this no place for Men”. Reach Manali in the evening. Overnight Hotel.

DAY 10: MANALI – CHANDIGARH ( 8 HOURS/315 KM) 321 mtrs
After breakfast Checkout from the Hotel & departs for Chandigarh. Lunch en-route. evening arrive at Chandigarh. O/N Hotel.

After breakfast drop at Chandigarh Rly Stn OR Airport. Tour Concludes with happy memories

Accommodation on twin sharing basis in Hotels / Camps
Transportation by Innova/ Xylo /Scorpio
Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
All Inner-line Permits
All entry tickets and monument charges
Guide Charges
All necessary Taxes

Air fare / Rail fare
Mineral Bottles
Activity Charges
Anything other than above mention inclusions

1. Sangla Valley: beatiful Kinnaur village
2. Chitkul: last village on Indo – Tibet border (Indian road ends here)
3. Kalpa: Magnificent view of Kinner Kailash
4. Nako: Heritage Village near beautiful lake
5. Kaza: Ki Monestery, Dhankar Gompa
6. Kuzum La & Rohatang Pass
Instructions & Guidelines NA
Difficulty Level Moderate

Event Description

About the Tour :
Spiti Valley konwn as an “Unknown World” The definition of word SPITI means middle land i.e. land betn Tibet and India. It is located in trans himalayan belt of Himachal Pradesh. This area has lots to explore and hold treasures and secrets of ancient civilization, Tibetan Monastic traditions.

Wanderers and explorers always have fascination for this place due to its isolated location, rich cultural heritage and spiritual prosperity. The beauty of this location is as beautiful as Ladakh and its worth visit Destination. Very few people knows about it and hence its a perfect destination for any hardcore traveler who are interested in less traveled destinations only. Come and explore this unexplored destination with us…..



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