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Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali

Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali

Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali Overview

Spiti Valley
Situated at an altitude of 12,500 feet above sea level, Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain in Himachal Pradesh. The fascinating beauty of Spiti Valley attracts thousands of tourists from around the world every year. The word 'Spiti' indicates 'the middle land' and is the land between India and Tibet.

Best Time to Visit Spiti Valley
Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley. So you can experience cold temperatures throughout the year. However, the best time to visit Spiti Valley is during the summer season, from March to June. The temperature during this season ranges from 0 to 15 degrees Celsius and is pleasant and favorable. The Winter season, i.e., from December to February, is extremely cold. During early December, many activities like snowboarding, trekking, and even ice skating can be done. However, from late December, the temperature starts dropping below zero degrees Celsius. So avoid visiting this during this period. Monsoon season is also not the best time to visit Spiti Valley as the area receives heavy rainfall and landslides.

About the Spiti Valley Tour package from Manali
The Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali is a seven days and six nights trip. You will travel around some popular and hidden sites like the Key Monastery, Chandratal Lake, Komic village, Dhankar Lake, handicraft market, and many more. During the Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali, you will travel across the valley, experience the culture,
relax in amazing places, and have local foods. During winter, the valley is covered with snow, and you can find picture-perfect landscapes. During summer, you can explore the lush green environment.

Places to visit in Spiti Valley
Spiti Valley is blessed with its natural beauty and climate. There are many best places to visit in Spiti Valley and some of them are:
Key Monastery: Built-in monastic architecture and surrounded by picturesque mountains and valleys, the Key Monastery is one of the best places to visit in Spiti Valley.
Dhankar Lake: Situated at an altitude of 13451 feet above sea level, Dhankar Lake is famous for its dazzling blue water.
Tabo Monastery: Tabo Monastery is a unique combination of history and culture and is one of the best places to visit in Spiti Valley. 

Highlights of the Trip
Visiting age-old temples and monasteries.
Explore monasteries that are seriously hanging from cliffs.
Witness the Upper Himalayas.
Sit by brilliant blue lakes and recline.
Send a postcard from the highest post office in the world.
Explore the beautiful picturesque lands of Kinnaur.
Cross a few of the highest passes in the world.
Stay beneath a billion-star sky.

We have provided you with wings for your desires for you to unleash the true beauty of the Himalayas in such natural scenes. If you are daring enough to explore the thrilling experience of the Spiti Valley road trip, book with us right now!  

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Itinerary For Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali

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Day 1 - Manali - Atal Tunnel- Kaza

Manali

Start Spiti Valley Tour

We will start our journey early in the morning from Manali, clustered together in our transports, and head off right to the beautiful town of Kaza (3,800 m), a 7-8 hour journey via Atal Tunnel and Kunzum Pass will take us to Kaza. upon arriving at the town, we halt for the night in our cozy homestay, eating by the Bukhari and warming ourselves in the brisk and blustery nights. We also use this day to get familiar with the high altitude of Spiti by drinking lots of water and taking small strolls around.

Dinner & Overnight Stay
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Day 2 - Kaza- Pin Valley- Dhankar- Tabo

Kaza

Explore Pin Valley

From Kaza, we then get on with our journey to explore Pin Valley. We travel towards Mudh which is a high-altitude village in the Pin Valley of Spiti District. Pin Valley is well known for its Pin Valley National Park, house to the snow leopard and Siberian Ibex. With so high reaches and glaciers where humans rarely go, Pin Valley might just be one of the highlights of your voyage! Mudh is the last motorable village on this side of the Indian sub-continent and is also the base camp for a lot of long treks which includes but is not limited to the famous Pin Bhabha Pass Trek. Known for its pink blossoms kenned as Sia Mentok, Mudh is a mystic land that is sure to leave you awestruck! From Mudh, we will move on to travel to Dhankar Monastery. Dhankar was once the administrative capital of Spiti before it was changed to Kaza. We explore the settlement and tour the Dhankar Gompa situated asymmetrically on top of a steep cliff. This hill-top fort that faces the Spiti Valley also used to serve as a jail in the old days. After having some amazing moments in this serene monastery, we finally move towards Tabo where The Dalai Lama has expressed his wishes to Tabo Monastery because it is considered one of the most sacred. After a full day of traveling, we finally get to rest at a hotel in Tabo.

Breakfast, Dinner & Overnight Stay 

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Day 3 - Tabo- Komic- Hikkim- Langza- Key- Kaza

Kaza

Visit Langza, situated at an altitude of 4,400 meters

On this day we visit a few of the highest populated regions of the world. We will make our first stop at Komic, which actually translates to ‘eye of a snow cock’. Komic is the also highest motorable village in the whole world at a stunning height of 4,587 meters! After spending some time in the beauty of this village, we head to Hikkim, where the highest post office in the world is located. We will also visit Langza, situated at an altitude of 4,400 meters. Once we arrive at  Langza we are free to stroll around and visit the ancient Lang which is a temple aged at least a thousand years and see the marine fossils discovered here in the sedimentary rocks. After a good lunch, we will visit Key, famous for its magnificent Key Monastery situated at the foot of almost perpendicular ridges, it is also the largest Gelugpa Sect Monastery in Spiti. This monastery is also has a training center for the Lamas. Spending a little time in the peace and tranquillity of this monastery can certainly be a soulful experience, something to cherish for a lifetime. We revert back to Kaza and you are loose to explore the bazaar at Kaza and purchase souvenirs for your family and friends. We turn back to our homestay for dinner and a night's sleep. 


Breakfast, Dinner & Overnight Stay at Kaza

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Day 4 - Kaza- Kibber- Chicham- Kunzum La- Chandratal

Kaza

Explore Chandratal Lake

From Kaza, we will drive to Kibber. Kibber also is home to the grand snow leopard and provides a breath-taking spectacle of the Kanamo Peak at 19,600 feet. From Kibber, we tour the famous Chicham Bridge, the highest bridge in Asia, and also listen to the stories about the ancient method of utilizing pulley trolleys. We then drive through the least populated hamlet of Spiti- Losar, to arrive at India’s highest motorable mountain pass that connects Kullu and Lahaul to Spiti valley- Kunzum La at a height of 15,000 feet. From Kunzum La, we travel to one of the most photogenic spots in Spiti Valley- the mesmerizing Chandratal Lake, popularly known as the lake of the moon. This radiant lake has no visible source of water, assuming that the water for this lake appears from underground. We spend the night in camps and our evening gazing at gazillions of stars on a cloudless night.

Breakfast, Dinner & Overnight Stay at Kaza

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Day 5 - Chandratal- Chhatru- Atal Tunnel- Manali

Manali

Visit Atal Tunnel

To commemorate our last day in the Spiti Valley, we depart from Chandratal Lake journey towards Batal, which houses the famous Chachi Chachi ka Chandra Dhaba. From there we resume our trip on Kaza – Manali Highway while taking a lunch stop at Chhatru. Driving beside the Chandra river we cross Gramphoo village and access Atal Tunnel (Rohtang Tunnel) to reach Manali, hence entering the Kullu District. The tunnel is designed to form an all-weather route to Leh and Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh. And then at the end, we reach Manali, only to travel back home with a heart full of delightful reminiscences.

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Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali Reviews

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Apratim

Excellent

What a Fantastic trip it was!!! One of the best bonfires I ever witnessed at the riverside in my life. The stay at the Hotel of Kaza was quite good and the most comfortable one. the snowy experience was absolutely full of fun and blast. this tour I can surely recommend it to my friends and everyone.

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Deeptimay

Excellent

We visited amazing places like key monastery, Chandratal Lake, Komic Village, Dhankar Lake, handicraft market, and numerous others. Our tour was wonderful. Everything was well-managed and perfect. I would highly recommend this tour.

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Baalaaditya

Excellent

I had so much fun with my friends and family. We enjoyed Riverside Bonfire, Day Hike, and Monastery tour. Our seven-day Spiti Valley tour package from Manali was simply amazing. Everything was well-managed and perfect. Thanks, Banbanjara!

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Chandramauli

Excellent

One of the best experiences. thanks to Banbanjara at first I was quite confused but after the trip, I am fully confident with Banbanjara and I would suggest it to everyone. one of the highlights of the tour is the amazing bonfire experience at the riverside and the UNESCO world heritage site. the stay at the hotels all through the tour was quite peaceful and comfortable in all ways.

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Lokesh

Excellent

He helped us with planning our itinerary and also welcomed sudden changes in our plan, whenever required. He is a versatile and well-experienced driver, was never angry, and is always very well-spoken. Being a local, he knows the place really well and suggested us some really nice homestays at places where we didn't organize our stay.

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Niki

Excellent

I had an amazing experience in Spiti Valley with my friends. we visited various popular places in Himachal like Shimla, checkup, Nako, Tabo, Kaza, lama, kibbe, and chicha bridge. It was an amazing experience that we completed in 7 days and it was once in a lifetime experience.

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Shyamalika

Excellent

He will make you know each and every place and each and every site with each and every hotel and restaurant... He is just not a driver but a friend a guide and a mentor in such difficult terrains... He has become a part of the family.

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Roshni

Excellent

We explored Chandigarh to Spiti Valley. We also explored Mangala chitkul raksham Kalpa and Tsubo. N danker Sikkim world highest post office comic world highest connecting motorable road restaurant lang village. Valley was covered with snow n beautiful scenic was experienced.

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Rohit

Excellent

The Spiti Valley experience was magnificent and Highly recommended. I started my Journey from Chandigarh with my friends on the 1st day we traveled from Chandigarh to Kalpa on the way we saw amazing views of the mountains of Himachal Pradesh then we spent the night at Kalpa.

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Kuldeep

Excellent

The tour was awesome. We enjoyed it so much here. The scene nic beauty and the atmosphere was very very good. we started our journey from Chandigarh On 20th Feb .then we reached Kalpa. We stayed here an we had a bourne fire here. the arrangement was very cool. Our driver cum companion is very good.

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Spiti Valley Tour Package From Manali FAQs

How to reach Spiti Valley?

You can reach Spiti Valley by air, rail, and roads. However, it is not possible to reach Spiti Valley directly via air and rail. If you are choosing air, you can take a flight to Chandigarh or Delhi. Once you reach Chandigarh or Delhi, you can hire cabs or catch buses to Spiti. There are two routes to Spiti from Delhi. One is through Manali and the other through Shimla. However, in winter, you can reach Spiti valley only through Shimla, as the Rohtang pass will be closed due to the heavy snowfall.

Where is Spiti Valley located?

Spiti Valley is located in Himachal Pradesh, India. The word Spiti means the 'middle land' and is a cold desert mountain valley.

Confirmation Policy

  • Upon booking, the traveller will receive a confirmation voucher via email, within 24 hours.
  • In the special cases of slots not being available, feasible alternatives will be provided to the customer, in regards to the customer’s preference. In such cases, a new voucher would be sent via email, consisting of the new travel details.
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Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellation made 25 days before the date of departure, would levy 15% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made within 15-25 days before the date of departure, would levy a 25% of total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made within 7-15 days before the date of departure, would levy 50% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made within 0-7 days before the date of departure, would levy 100% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Due to any restrictions such as sudden government policies or regulations, health hazards, medical emergencies, or unprecedented weather conditions, activities and tours may be nonoperational and be canceled. In cases such as these, operators will attempt to cater to the traveler as an alternate, which is feasible in nature. However, any refund would not be catered.
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Refund Policy

  • Any refund applicable will be processed within 7 business days.
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Advisory

  • At high altitudes, the climatic conditions may vary. So take enough time to adjust.
  • Follow every instruction given by the guide.
  • Alcohol and other drugs are strictly prohibited during the tour.
  • Bring medications and a first-aid kit.
  • Do not litter
  • Maintain a proper dress code when visiting religious sites, and do not hurt the locals' sentiments.
  • No travel during night times.
  • If you travel during December and February, prepare yourself mentally and physically to travel under a temperature less than – 30 degrees Celsius.
  • You will get only homestays during the winter as all the hotels and guest houses will be shut down. So adjust with the facilities available
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