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Spiti Valley in Winter

Spiti Valley in Winter

Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Spiti Valley in Winter Highlights

  • Visiting Suicide/Lovers point 
  • Enjoy memorable moments
  • Gigantic Monasteries of India 

Spiti Valley in Winter Overview

Spiti Valley: The Little Tibet of India

Spiti Valley is the high-altitude mountain valley of the Himalayas located in the Lahaul and Spiti district of the northern Indian state; Himachal Pradesh. It is located at a floor elevation of 2,950 - 4,100m which is 9,680 -13,450ft. The valley lies in the north of Ladakh, and the east of Tibet. The west of the valley is at Lahaul and the Kullu is at the south. Lahaul and Kinnaur lie in the southwest and southeast respectively.
Spiti Valley and its surrounding regions have a cold desert environment and are the least populated region of India.


Locals there are Tibetan Buddhists and follow the ethnicity of Tibet.
The valley forms the two subdivisions of the Lahaul and Spiti districts of the state, one is named Kaza, and the other one is Kyelang.


Kaza is 3,650m at the elevation of the Spiti river and Kyelang is in the Lahaul valley.
There is also a road that connects the two sub-division of the Lahaul and Spiti districts which is at a cut-off in winter and spring due to heavy snow there.


As it is one of the tribal areas of the state, it is administered under the single-line administration system of Himachal Pradesh.


The single-line administration system facilitates direct communication between the Kaza administration and the higher-level administration system of Himachal Pradesh.
 

The best time to visit Spiti Valley:

May to October is the best and most fascinating time to visit Spiti Valley.
Summer season – Accessible from Manali and Shimla as well.
Winter season – accessible from Shimla most of the time. The roads from Manali are blocked for 6 months due to heavy snow. Filmmakers visit for shooting. A tourist hub in this season.

The beautiful sightseeing at Spiti Valley

There are many beautiful and mesmerizing sightseeing spots in Spiti Valley you should not avoid while in the valley.
Chicham Bridge is the world’s highest suspension bridge.
Hikkim Village is the housing of the world’s highest (14,400ft.) permanently structured post office.
Kaza is popularly known for its colorful festivals and Sakya Tangyud Monastery.
Komic village is famous for Lundup Tsemo Buddhist Monastery.
Langza village & Budhha statue: the statue of mighty Buddha overlooking the beautiful valley and second fossils.
Pin Valley National Park is a park renowned for the protection of the endangered snow leopard.
Tabo Caves or Tabo Monastery are murals and stucco sculptures carved on the walls.
Ancient murals, rare thangkas, and ancient weapons are in key monasteries.
 
 

Route Map to Spiti Valley

The overnight journey from Delhi to Shimla in Volvo will begin from Delhi and end in Shimla on day 1. The meeting point in Delhi will be Kashmiri Gate or R K Ashram 30 min before the boarding time.
The next morning, the destination will be Shimla and the adventure will begin. Now, the transfer will be from Shimla to Chitkul. Traveling along the Sutlej river from where you will take a turn towards Chitkul following the Baspa river. Chitkul is the last inhabited village before the Indo-China border. Then there will be an overnight stay and dinner in Rakcham.

On day 3 we will explore Chitkul and have some pahadon wali Maggi sitting by the riverside of the Baspa River at Chitkul there are chances to visit a nearby village in Sangla Valley and soon leave for Tabo, Spiti, and have an overnight stay at Tabo.

Tabo is a very mystical village that has a history of more than 1,025 years. On this day our group will try to get an insight into the life of villagers and will be visiting the nearby caves and the Tabo Monastery. After that, we will be moving towards Kaza, where we will be staying for the following days and enjoying the beautiful place.


This morning after getting free from our tiredness, we will first visit the local streets of Kaza and have fun in the snow. Let us now explore the highest post office in the world which is in Hikkim at 14,567ft. After posting a few letters to our loved ones we will now be visiting the villages of Komic and Langza.


The next morning, we will visit the famous Key Monastery, built on a mountain hill. After the key monasteries, we will visit Kibber Village via Chicham which is famous for spotting snow leaders and for being the highest bridge in Asia.

The next morning, we will mark our last day at Kaza so to make sure we don’t miss out on anything we will have a small walk in the town and observe the scenic beauty of the place once again.
We will then hit the roads to reach Kalpa via Nako village. We will be having an overnight stay at Kalpa.


On the last morning of your trip, you will have a delicious breakfast with a fantastic view of Kalpa. After breakfast, we will explore Kalpa and visit a nearby suicide point and have some photographs clicked to make the trip memorable before we go homes.
Then, we will leave for Delhi via Shimla.

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Itinerary For Spiti Valley in Winter

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Day 1 - The journey will be Delhi to Shimla

Shimla

Onboarding

  • Your overnight journey to Shimla will be in the Volvo, afterwards you will board in buses. 
  • You will have to board on the pick-up location at Kashmiri gate or R K Ashram.
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Day 2 - Enjoy sightseeing while travelling from Shimla to Chitkul

Chitkul

Enjoy Roadside Sceneries

  • You will reach Shimla early in the morning.
  • Rest for sometime to be energetic to enjoy the trip.
  • After being energetic again hit the roads and begin your transfer from Shimla to Chitkul.
  • You have to travel along the Sutlej river following the Baspa river and sightseeing the beauty out there.
  • Then, your overnight stay and your dinner will be in Rakcham.
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Day 3 - Chitkul to Tabo will be an exciting journey

Tabo

Enjoy The Nearby villages

  • You will reach Shimla early in the morning.
  • Rest for sometime to be energetic to enjoy the trip.
  • After being energetic again hit the roads and begin your transfer from Shimla to Chitkul.
  • You have to travel along the Sutlej river following the Baspa river and sightseeing the beauty out there.
  • Then, your overnight stay and your dinner will be in Rakcham.
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Day 4 - Tabo to Pin and then to Kaza will be mesmerising

Kaza

Explore the Mystical Tabo Village

  • Tabo is a very mystical village that has a history of more than 1,025 years.
  • Our group will try to get an insight into the life of villagers and visit the nearby caves and Tabo Monastery.
  • After that, we'll move towards Kaza, which is the headquarters of Spiti, where we will be staying for the following days to complete our trip.
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Day 5 - Kaza to Langza then to Hikkim and to Komic, you will be discovering uniqueness of Spiti

Kaza

highest post office in the world

  • This morning, we will visit the local streets of Kaza and will have fun making our snowman in the snow!!
  • We will be hitting the roads to explore the highest post office in the world in Hikkim at 14,567ft., after posting a few letters to our loved ones, to acknowledge them with your love, and care.
  • We will visit the villages Komic and Langza.
  • We will go back to Kaza, and rest with the excitement of visiting new places and adding new pages to the journey.
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Day 6 - Kaza to Key - Kibber - Chicha will be on mountain hill

Kaza

Explore Kibber

  • This morning, we will visit the local streets of Kaza and will have fun making our snowman in the snow!!
  • We will be hitting the roads to explore the highest post office in the world in Hikkim at 14,567ft., after posting a few letters to our loved ones, to acknowledge them with your love, and care.
  • We will visit the villages Komic and Langza.
  • We will go back to Kaza, and rest with the excitement of visiting new places and adding new pages to the journey.
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Day 7 - Kaza to Kalpa, you will experience the things you missed

Kalpa

Head to Kalpa

  • This morning marks our last day at Kaza. So, enjoy the sightseeing you missed while resting.
  • Not to miss anything, we will have a small walk in the town and observe the scenic beauty of the place once again.
  • We will then hit the roads to reach Kalpa via Nako village.
  • Then your overnight stay at Kalpa.
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Day 8 - Kalpa to Shimla and to Delhi will be the memorable journey

Kalpa

Explore Kalpa

  • Wake up and get yourself relaxed the next morning.
  • Have your breakfast with a majestic view of Kalpa.
  • Post breakfast we will explore Kalpa and visit a nearby suicide point and have some photographs clicked and some insta savy reels before we leave for Delhi via Shimla.
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Location Details about Spiti Valley in Winter

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Delhi

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Delhi

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Spiti Valley in Winter FAQs

What is the best time to visit Spiti Valley?

Best time to visit Spiti Valley is from March to June is summer months due to fewer crowds and weather 

Is Spiti Valley worth visiting?

Spiti Valley is surely worth visiting. Spiti valley is just a paradise for all nature lovers as the valley is full of natural beauty. Visiting Spiti valley during summers can be more fun as the valley is covered with snow and offers eye-pleasing views.

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  • Any cancellation made 20 days prior to the date of departure, would levy a 30% of total tour cost as cancellation charges.
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