Overview

The drive through Spiti Valley is like a roller coaster, thrilling you at every turn, pumping your adrenaline, and satisfying your need for a thrill in every way, leaving you speechless.

Winter in Spiti lasts from November to April, when temperatures can drop to -30 degrees Celsius. Spiti has recently transformed from a land separating Tibet and Himachal Pradesh to a major tourist attraction. Furthermore, Spiti Valley is well-known for three things: its natural beauty, monasteries, and wonderful people.

We take you through all the wonderful places including Kaza, Chitkul a.k.a the last village, Lanza, and Gue to visit the only mummy in India and more unique places. In addition, there are numerous places that make Spiti Valley ideal for any type of traveler. It's a fantastic location for Instagrammers and photographers because there are so many opportunities for great shots. Spiti is well-known as a tourist destination, but it also has a rich historical past.

The Spiti valley unfolds itself as you drive deeper into the rugged landscape, with its vibrant monasteries, snow-clad mountains, small hamlets, glittering lakes, and views that were previously only seen on your Instagram feed. 

Batch Dates

  1. Ex-Delhi to Delhi
  • Mar:30
  • April:6,13,20,27
  • May:4,11,18,25,
  • June:1,8,15,22,29
  • July:6,13,20,27

 

  • Ex-Mumbai/Pune
  1. Feb:2,9,16,23
  2. Mar:1,8,15,22,29
  3. Apr:5,12,19,26
  4. May:3,10,17,24,31
  5. June:7,14,21,28
  6. July:5,12,19,26

 

10 Nights 11 Days 19 Apr, 26 Apr, 03 May, and more
Inclusions/Exclusions

What is included in the tour

  • 3AC Train tickets from Pune/Mumbai/banglore/hydrabad/ahmdabad/ if added from add on section
  • Shimla to Shimla transportation in a seater Tempo Traveller.
  • Tickets for the Volvo bus from Delhi to Shimla and back.
  • Accommodation on triple and quad-sharing with extra matress (genderwise) in homestays or hostels
  • 13 Meals (1 Breakfast at Shimla, Breakfast, and Dinner at Chitkul, 2 Breakfast, and 2 Dinner at Kalpa, breakfast, and dinner at Nako, 2breakfast and 2 dinners at Kaza)
  • Guided Tour
  • Mechanical Assistance
  • All permits that you will be required for the trip
  • First Aid Kits
  • Infrared Thermometer
  • Oximeter
  • Bucket water in case water is frozen.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Early check-in at the hotel.
  • Any additional costs, such as personal expenses.
  • Additional lodging/food expenses that arise as a result of any travel delays.
  • ​Room Heaters
  • Any lunch and other meals not mentioned specifically in the Package Inclusions.
  • Any other air/rail fare or transportation method than what is listed under "Inclusions."
  • Any sightseeing / accomodation in Delhi. Which can be added from Addon section 
  • 4*4 vehicle charges in case of heavy snow
  • During sightseeing, parking and monument entry fees
  • apply.
  • Costs incurred as a result of flight cancellations, landslides, roadblocks, as well as other natural disasters.
  • Any other services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Any internal transportation in delhi ( ex. inter station or local sightseeing)
  • Any accommodation in delhi in case you reach early.
Highlights
What makes this tour special
  • Travel along the ancient Indo-Tibet Highway.
  • This journey began at a lower altitude in Shimla and will progress to a much higher altitude in Kaza.
  • Kaza is known as the white desert not because it is a desert with a lot of sand, but because snow always covers the ground.
  • Reawaken your sense of adventure by driving down one of the World's Most Dangerous Roads.
  • Send a postcard to your loved ones from the world's "Highest Post Office."
  • Lean over the edge of Asia's highest suspension bridge, the Chicham Bridge, to photograph a truck that resembles an ant.
  • Drive to Komic, the "World's Highest Motorable Village," and you'll feel like you're on top of the world.
  • Witness a plethora of stars and the Milky Way on Spiti's pitch-black nights.
  • The best part about Spiti is that its view changes every day, you get to feel the extreme in Spiti's subfreezing temperatures.

 

Itinerary
Day 0:Pune/Mumbai to Delhi
  • Take Samp Kranti at morning 9.00am from Pune to Delhi
  • Mumbai people will take either Rajdhani or BDTS HW Express depending upon availability to Delhi
  • People traveling from other cities can get in touch with us for train connectivity.
Day 1: Travel from Delhi to Shimla | Overnight
  • The group meets at the pick-up location by 6:00 PM.
  • We'll meet the team captains and receive a quick tour briefing.
  • Following that, we'll move ahead on an overnight journey to Shimla.
Day 2: Arrival in Shimla- Shimla to Chitkul/Sangla (225 Kilometers, 9 Hours Drive)
  • We'll arrive in Shimla early in the morning.
  • At this point, we'll switch from the bus to Tempo Traveller and head to Chitkul/Sangla.
  • We'll arrive in Chitkul/Sangla in the evening.
  • Finally, we'll wrap up the day with some group bonding exercises and dinner.
  • Overnight stay in Chitkul/Sangla
Day 3: Chitkul/Sangla to Kalpa (50 Kilometers, 3 Hours Drive)
  • Breakfast will be available in the morning.
  • We'll depart for Kalpa after breakfast.
  • We'll stop in Reckong Peo town about halfway. In addition, if the weather is clear, you may be able to see Kinner Kailash Peak.
  • When we arrive in Kalpa, we'll visit Kalpa Monastery and Suicide Point.
  • Dinner will be served in the evening following check-in, followed by an overnight stay in Kalpa.
Day 4: Kalpa to Nako (100 Kilometers, 5 Hours Drive)
  • After breakfast, we'll continue on our way to Nako, our next stop.
  • Midway, we'll make a stop at Khab (The confluence of Sutlej and Spiti rivers).
  • When we arrive in Nako, we'll go to Nako Lake and the Nako Monastery.
  • Dinner will be served following check-in, followed by an overnight stay in Nako.
Day 5: Nako to Kaza (110 Kilometers, 5 Hours Drive)
  • Breakfast will be served in the morning.
  • Following that, we'll begin our journey to Spiti's headquarters in Kaza.
  • We'll stop halfway at the 1021-year-old Tabo Monastery, usually accompanied by *Gue Monastery and Dhankar Monastery.
  • We'll arrive in Kaza before dark.
  • After checking in, you are free to explore the town for the rest of the day.
  • Dinner will be provided in the evening, followed by an overnighter in Kaza.
Day 6: Sightseeing in Spiti (Komic, Hikkim, Langza)
  • After breakfast, we'll visit Key Monastery and then Chicham Bridge (Asia's Highest Bridge).
  • We will travel to Hikkim later in the day (the highest post office in the world).
  • Following that, we'll proceed to Komic Village (one of the highest villages in the world at 4600 meters connected by a motorable road ).
  • We'll be going to Langza next (the most beautiful village in Spiti valley which has the famous Buddha statue and is also known as the Fossil village due to the presence of fossils abundance).
  • Finally, we'll return to Kaza.
  • Dinner will be served after we arrive at our hotel/homestay, followed by an overnight stay in Kaza.
Day 7: Kaza to Kalpa/Chandratal (200 Kilometers, 7 Hours Drive)
  • There will be breakfast served.
  • After that, we'll return to Kalpa or Chandratal(only if route is open).
  • We'll arrive in Kalpa/Chandratal in the evening, so the day may feel a little longer.
  • Dinner will be served following check-in, followed by an overnight stay in Kalpa or camps in chandratal.
Day 8: KALPA/CHANDRATAL TO MANALI/SHIMLA (222 Kilometers, 8 Hours Drive)
  • We'll leave after breakfast for Shimla or Manali
  • When we arrive in Shimla/Manali, we will take an overnight bus to Delhi.
Day 9: Shimla/Manali to Delhi 
  • We'll arrive in Delhi in the early morning.
  • Winter Spiti Road Trip concludes.
  • You can return by train or plane
Day 10:Arrival back in Pune and Mumbai
  • Arrive back in Pune and Mumbai as per you alloted train timings

 

NOTE:CHANDRATAL WILL BE OPEN TILL END OF OCTOBER HENCE BATCHES TILL END OF OCTOBER WILL HEAD VIA CHANDRATAL ROUTE ONCE THE ROUTE IS CLOSED WE WILL BE RETURNING VIA SHMILA ROUTE

 

 

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6. It is always the best thing to book your trip in advance at least 20 days prior to improve your possibility of  getting a full seat on the train.

7. The seat availability of trains depends from season to season and since few routes have specific one or two trains running on the route it might get difficult to get a confirmed seat during peak festive and tourist seasons.

8. Also kindly note that our agents will get in touch with you to provide alternate options for trains where you can hold a chance of a confirmed ticket which may have some monetary difference in the ticket amount which if you confirm to upgrade shall be liable to pay.

9. Also, there might arise a chance that our predictability tool may fail and you may get a RAC seat once the chart is prepared. Kindly note that Trekfit won't be responsible for providing full seats in such a situation nor refunding any amount since it is a govt transport and not private.

10. Premium trains like Rajdhani and Duranto have a fare of 50% on the higher side than regular trains however they provide the highest confirmation probability and you can always opt for the same.

FAQ

FAQ's

 

  • What can I expect from this trip in terms of hospitality?

We would do everything we could to make this trip as comfortable as possible. However, we recommend that you put aside your fancy luxurious expectations because only basic needs are met in the mountains.

  • What is the expected group size for this Spiti Valley tour?

We prefer a smaller group size of only 15-18 participants. The reason for this is that smaller batches are better for collaborative group experiences and trip coordination. In a small group, you're more likely to get along with everyone than in a larger group with more participants.

  • Who will be joining the group on the Spiti Valley tour?

All of our journeys are accompanied by fully qualified and functionally trained Trip Leads, Assistant Trip Leads, and Drivers. Aside from that, if a trip/trek requires it, local guides and porters (personal expense) will be added.

  • Will the journey be safe for me as the only female in the group?

Yes! As a solo female traveler, you should board with us on the departure date without hesitation. The reason for this is that we will ensure that you have a positive experience throughout your journey. Furthermore, all of our trip leaders have been trained to deal with a variety of situations, and they will be available to you throughout the trip.

  • What Should I Bring With Me on My Spiti Valley Tour?

Once your reservation is confirmed, a Whatsapp group will be created 3 days prior to your departure, with all the necessary information such as booking details, trip details, and a brief packing list.

  • What mode of transportation will be used on the trip?

We will make sure that you are comfortable throughout the journey, which is why we hire the best-in-class vehicle for the terrain and requirements. Tempo Travellers or taxis such as Innova, Bolero, Tata Sumo, and others are examples of on-road vehicles.

  • Is it necessary to purchase trekking shoes for the Spiti Valley tour?

Because we will not be trekking during our journey, you may not require trekking shoes. However, a good pair of shoes with proper soles and equal comfort is recommended.

  • What Are the Washroom facilities available for the Spiti Tour?

We will be staying in hotels, camps, and homestays, and we have built restrooms with running water and sanitation facilities.

  • How many people will be staying in a single room?

We have Triple Sharing rooms available. Double-sharing rooms are available for an additional cost of 2000/- per person for the duration of the trip. You can look for add-ons by clicking "book now.

  • What type of food will be served on the trip?

During the trip, we provide nutritious and healthy vegetarian food.

  • Do you think I should bring some medications?

Yes, you should bring your personal medications on the Spiti trip. Despite this, we have first aid kits for common symptoms and more, and all of our trip leaders are familiar with basic paramedic practices.

 

Things to Carry
Things To Carry Rucksack (60 liters or more) Daypack Backpack Rain Cover Suncap Sunglasses with UV Protection Woolen Cap Inner Thermals (2 pairs) Pants that are comfortable (preferably cargo/trek pants) Fleece Jacket Warm Jacket Down Jacket /Main Jacket Raincoat/Poncho Gloves Socks (2 Woolen/2 Cotton) Undergarments Slippers Sturdy and comfy Shoes Towels Personal Medication First Aid Kit Torch Water Bottle Power Bank Mobile Charger/Travel Charger Hand Sanitizer Toiletries Cold Cream Lip Guard Deodorant Sunscreen Lotion (SPF 40+) ID (Driver's License, AADHAR Card, Voter ID: Passport and Visa copy for Foreign Nationals)
Cost
Delhi 17899- onwards Pune to Pune-22,999