Lahaul Spiti Tour
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As we are Spiti tour operator in Kolkata so all of our Spiti tour packages from Kolkata starts from Howrah or Sealdah Railway station via Delhi & Chandigarh. Chandigarh is the nearest major rail station from Shimla & Manali. Shimla & Manali are the gateways of Spiti Valley.
Spiti Valley package tours itinerary starting from Chandigarh:
Day 1: Delhi/Chandigarh – Manali:
Today Lahaul Spiti Tour guests will transfer to Manali as per itinerary. The package will start from Manali.
Day 2: Manali – Rohtang La – Kaza:
This is the 1st day of our Lahaul Spiti Tour Package. We drive through the popular Rohtang Pass. Then Spiti tour packages from Kolkata guests will pass into the stunning brown landscape and approach Chattru and Batal. At 14,931 feet, after chilling out at Kunzum Pass and through Losar Village, making the first step in Spiti valley. After some refreshment continue drive through the stunning landscapes and reach Kaza where we spend the night at a comfortable hotel.
Day 3: Kaza – Langza – Hikkim – Komik – Key Monastery – Kibber – Kaza
Today in the Spiti Valley Tour, we drive to the highest inhabited regions of the world.
The highest village in Asia, Komik, situated at a height of 4,513 meters. This farm-village has a population of around 80 people, isolated from the rest of the world for most parts of the year. Some of the Himalayan animals of the region are the Tibetan wolf, blue sheep, red fox, hare, snow cock, Himalayan griffin, rock pigeon etc.
Later, visit to Hikkim where you see world’s highest post office. You may send a postcard here before drive to Langza. Langza village is situated at an altitude of 4,400 meters and a population of around 140 people. You can walk into the village and visit the ancient Temple which is around 1000 years old.
We drive back down to Kaza for lunch. After that, we visit the world famous Key Monastery (Also spelled Kee or Ki). With over 1000 years’ stories the Key Monastery situated at a height of 4166 metres (13,668 ft).
Then we will move to the village of Kibber which is 18 km away from Kaza at a height of 4,205 meters. You will experience to see beautiful landscapes and immeasurable beauty of the snow-tipped mountains which make the place haven for nature lovers. From Kibber, you can also trek to Chicham Village. We drive to Village Gette to witness stunning aerial views of Kaza. Later in the evening drive back to Kaza to spend the night in a comfortable Kaza hotel.
Day 4: Kaza – Pin Valley – Kungri – Mudh Village – Kaza
Today visit to the beautiful Pin Valley national park which has animals, birds, with some rare plants and a river with trekking opportunities for the adventure lovers.
Firstly visit the Kungri Monastery and then the wonderful Mudh – the last motorable village of Pin Valley which is declared a national park in 1987 and has altitudes ranging from 11,000 to 20,000 feet.
Pin Valley national park is the home of different snow leopards. In addition to that other animals like the Siberian ibex, Bharal, Weasel, Red fox and birds such as griffon, golden eagle, bearded vulture may be seen in this area. Later in the evening drive back to Kaza.
Day 5: Kaza – Tabo – Dhankar – Dhankar Lake Trek
After breakfast, we continue to explore Spiti and drive towards Tabo - the ‘Ajanta of the Himalayas’. Visit 1020 year-old Tabo Monastery – which is also a UNESCO world heritage site and is famous for its ancient paintings that reflect the life of Buddha.
Later drive towards Dhankar. It is bowl shaped and a tiny hamlet. Remember you are exploring the 1200-year-old Dhankar Gompa where you can take an hour’s climb above the village to visit the stunning Dhankar Tso or Dhankar Lake which offers stunning view over the valley. Interested people can move towards the twin peaks of Mane Rang (6593 meters).
Day 6: Kaza – Kunzum La – Chandra Taal Lake
Today commence our journey back home and trace our steps back on the Kaza – Manali road. However, we take one last stop at Chandra Tal – “The moon Lake”. The mystical Chandra Tal Lake is located at a height of 14,100 feet. The Chandra Bhaga mountain range offers changes in the appearance according to the pictures painted in the sky.
After enjoying the colours of the beautiful Chandra Taal Lake, we move towards our camping site which is equipped with camping equipment including tents, high altitude sleeping bags.
Day 7: Chandra Taal Lake – Rohtang La – Manali
Taking the memory of the stunning Chandra Tal Lake continues our journey on the Kaza – Manali road and after a few hours of driving via the famous Rohtang Pass on the way of Manali.
You can choose to explore Manali market in the evening or you can take rest in the comforts of your Manali hotel.
Day 8: Manali – Chandigarh – Delhi
This is your last day of Lahaul Spiti tour package. Check out from Manali hotel as per your train or flight timing from Chandigarh or Delhi. Guests of Spiti Valley tour packages from Kolkata board for Kolkata.
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What is the best time for Spiti Valley package tours?
The best time to visit Spiti Valley in India is from mid-May to mid-October, which is the summer and monsoon season. During this time, the weather is relatively pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C during the day and dropping to around 5°C to 10°C at night.
However, keep in mind that Spiti Valley is a high-altitude desert, and the weather can be unpredictable. It is essential to be prepared for sudden changes in temperature and weather conditions, including heavy rainfall and snowfall in the monsoon months of July and August.
It is best to avoid visiting Spiti Valley during the winter months (November to March) when the roads are closed due to heavy snowfall, and temperatures can drop below freezing point, making travel difficult and dangerous.
Which are the best Spiti tour packages?
Here is the list of some of the best tour packages to Spiti Valley:
1. Spiti Valley package tours starting from Delhi 2. Winter Special Spiti Valley package tour 3. Spiti tour package via Kinnaur Valley 4. Spiti Valley with Chandratal Lake
Places to visit in Spiti Valley Package
Tabo Monastery in Spiti Valley package tours:
Tabo is a small town located in the Spiti Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is known for its ancient Buddhist monastery, Tabo Monastery, which is one of the oldest functioning Buddhist monasteries in India and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The monastery was founded in 996 CE by the Tibetan Buddhist king Yeshe O and has been a center for Buddhist learning and practice ever since. It is home to a large collection of Buddhist scriptures, wall paintings, and statues, many of which are over a thousand years old.
Apart from the monastery, Tabo also has several other attractions, including the Tabo Caves, which are a series of meditation caves used by Buddhist monks in the past, and the Tabo Hot Springs, which are believed to have therapeutic properties.
Tabo is located in a remote and rugged region of the Himalayas, and getting there can be a challenging but rewarding experience. The town is accessible by road from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, and from other towns in the Spiti Valley. The best time to visit Tabo is from May to October when the weather is mild and the roads are open.
KOMIC World's Highest Village in Spiti
Komic is a village located in the Spiti Valley of the Himalayas in India. It is considered to be one of the highest villages in the world, with an altitude of around 4,587 meters (15,050 feet) above sea level.
Komic is known for its beautiful landscapes, traditional houses, and ancient monasteries. The village is home to a small population of around 150 people, most of whom are farmers and shepherds. The main crops grown in the area include barley, buckwheat, and peas.
Despite its remote location and harsh weather conditions, Komic is a popular destination among adventure seekers, hikers, and nature lovers. Visitors can explore the village and its surroundings on foot or by hiring a local guide. Some of the popular attractions in the area include the Tangyud Monastery, the Komic Monastery, and the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
If you're planning a trip to Komic, be sure to pack warm clothing, as temperatures can drop below freezing even in the summer months. It's also important to acclimatize yourself to the altitude before embarking on any strenuous activities.
Kunzum Pass is a high-altitude mountain pass located in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It connects the Lahaul valley with the Spiti valley and is situated at an elevation of around 4,590 meters (15,060 feet) above sea level. The pass is named after the Kunzum Devi, a goddess revered by the local people.
Kunzum Pass is known for its spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. It is also an important pilgrimage site for the locals, who believe that crossing the pass will bring them good luck and protection from evil spirits.
The pass is generally open from June to September and is a popular destination for adventure enthusiasts who enjoy trekking, hiking, and mountain biking. The road leading to the pass is unpaved and can be treacherous, especially during the monsoon season.
Near the pass, there is a temple dedicated to Kunzum Devi, where travelers stop to seek her blessings before embarking on their journey. There is also a small village called Losar, which is the first village on the Spiti side of the pass and a popular place to stay for those exploring the region.
Chicham Bridge in spiti Valley tours:
Chicham Bridge is a suspension bridge located in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is one of the highest bridges in Asia and was constructed to connect two villages, Chicham and Kibber. Before the bridge was built, the villagers had to cross a dangerous valley by foot, which was especially difficult during the winter months when the river was frozen.
The bridge is 135 meters long and hangs 100 meters above the Parilungbi gorge. It was opened in 2017 and has since become a popular tourist attraction for those visiting Spiti Valley. The construction of the bridge was a difficult task due to the challenging terrain and harsh weather conditions of the area. It took the workers two years to complete the project. Chicham Bridge is not only a feat of engineering but also a testament to the resilience of the people of Spiti who have to navigate their way through the tough mountain terrain to go about their daily lives.