Spiti Valley 6N 7D

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Spiti Valley 6N 7D

₹16,999 / Per Person

Days : 6N 7D

People : 1

Total Price : 16,999

Planning a trip to Spiti Valley is an adventure in itself! Here's a more detailed guide to help you plan your journey:

  1. Choosing the Right Time: As mentioned earlier, the best time to visit Spiti Valley is during the summer months from May to September. Roads are usually open during this time, and the weather is relatively pleasant. However, if you're up for some adventure and want to witness the stark beauty of Spiti in winter, you can plan a trip between November and February, but be prepared for extremely cold temperatures and possible road closures.

  2. Route Options: There are two main routes to reach Spiti Valley:

    • From Manali: This route takes you through Rohtang Pass and Kunzum Pass. The journey from Manali to Kaza (the main town in Spiti) usually takes around 2 days with a stopover in places like Keylong or Losar.
    • From Shimla: This route is longer but less crowded compared to the Manali route. It takes you through Kinnaur Valley and offers breathtaking views of lush green valleys and apple orchards before reaching Spiti Valley.
  3. Transportation: You can either hire a private taxi, join a group tour, or travel by public transport. Shared taxis and buses operate from Manali and Shimla to Kaza. Alternatively, you can drive your own vehicle if you're comfortable with mountain driving.

  4. Permits: As mentioned earlier, foreign nationals need to obtain an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit certain areas in Spiti Valley, especially near the Indo-Tibetan border. Make sure to apply for the permit well in advance.

  5. Accommodation: Accommodation options in Spiti Valley range from budget guesthouses and homestays to mid-range hotels. Some popular villages like Kaza have a decent selection of guesthouses and hotels, while in more remote areas, basic guesthouses or homestays might be the only option.

  6. Sightseeing: There are several attractions worth exploring in Spiti Valley, including:

    • Key Monastery: One of the oldest and largest monasteries in Spiti Valley.
    • Chandratal Lake: A stunning high-altitude lake surrounded by majestic mountains.
    • Dhankar Monastery: Perched on a cliff overlooking the confluence of Spiti and Pin rivers.
    • Langza Village: Known for its picturesque setting and the towering Buddha statue.
  7. Safety Precautions: Altitude sickness is a common concern in Spiti Valley due to its high elevation. Take it slow, stay hydrated, and allow your body time to acclimatize. Also, be prepared for unpredictable weather conditions, especially if you're traveling during the monsoon season.

  8. Packing List: Essentials to pack include warm clothing, sturdy shoes, sunscreen, sunglasses, a first aid kit, and any personal medications you may need. It's also a good idea to carry some dry snacks and water for the journey, as amenities can be limited in certain areas.

By planning ahead and being prepared for the challenges of traveling in a remote mountain region, you can have an incredible and unforgettable experience exploring the beauty of Spiti Valley.


●  Transportation.

●  Accommodations on a sharing basis as per itinerary.

●  Meal Plan: MAP (Breakfast Or Dinner)

●  Sightseeing

●  Mechanical Support

●  All permits Required

●  First Aid Kit


●  5% GST Extra Drinks, Food, Tea and Snacks.

●  Tickets for any sightseeing or extra activity outside the camp/Stay site area.

●  Travel Insurance and other benefits.

●  Anything which is not mentioned in inclusions Cost escalation due to any

unforeseen reason like weather, road condition , landslide etc.