Spiti Valley Tour

6 Days
Our Guest Rating - 4.9/5 - (148 votes)

Discover the captivating beauty and cultural richness of Spiti Valley, nestled in the trans-Himalayan region of India with Tripoventure. This Spiti Valley Tour offers a blend of breathtaking landscapes, ancient monasteries, and interactions with the warm local communities that call this high-altitude desert home.

Spiti Valley is located in the northernmost part of Himachal Pradesh, India. Its name translates to “The Middle Land,” situated between India and Tibet. The valley is characterized by its high altitude, ranging from 9,800 feet to over 15,000 feet, making it a cold desert. The barren, rugged terrain is punctuated by green oasis-like villages and pristine rivers. With its ancient monasteries, picturesque villages, and stunning vistas, Spiti Valley offers an experience that transcends the ordinary and immerses travelers in a world of unparalleled wonder.

Doesn’t the allure of Spiti Valley sound captivating? Well, the great news is that you can immerse yourself in this entire experience through our thoughtfully crafted Spiti Valley packages.

Now, take a moment to continue scrolling and discover a selection of the incredible destinations awaiting you with our Spiti Valley tour packages and Spiti Valley holiday packages.

Places to visit in Spiti Valley:

Spiti Valley is a treasure trove of breathtaking landscapes and cultural gems. Here are some must-visit places that showcase the essence of this remarkable region:

  • Key Monastery: Perched atop a hill, this iconic monastery offers panoramic views of the valley.
  • Tabo Monastery: Known as the “Ajanta of the Himalayas,” this UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts ancient frescoes and sculptures that tell the tales of centuries past.
  • Chandratal Lake: The “Moon Lake” captivates with its crystal-clear waters reflecting the surrounding mountains. A serene destination for campers and trekkers.
  • Langza Village: Home to ancient marine fossils and the iconic Buddha statue, Langza offers stunning vistas of the Chau Chau Kang Nilda peak.
  • Dhankar Monastery: Balanced dramatically on a rocky perch, this ancient monastery provides breathtaking views of the confluence of Spiti and Pin Rivers.
  • Pin Valley National Park: A sanctuary for rare wildlife like the snow leopard and Himalayan blue sheep.
  • Kaza: The administrative capital of Spiti Valley, offering markets, local culture, and opportunities to engage with the local.

Places to visit in Spiti

  • Lhalung Monastery: Nestled in a pristine valley, this lesser-known gem boasts stunning views and serene surroundings.
  • Kibber Village: One of the highest inhabited villages in the world, providing insights into the resilient lives of the locals.
  • Hikkim: Home to one of the world’s highest post offices, where you can send a postcard from the Himalayas.
  • Komic Village: Among the world’s highest villages with a motorable road, offering panoramic vistas and a chance to interact with locals.
  • Suraj Tal: A high-altitude glacial lake, known as the “Lake of the Sun,” mesmerizes with its turquoise waters against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks.
  • Baralacha La: A mountain pass at 16,040 feet, connecting Lahaul, Spiti, Zanskar, and Ladakh. It offers stunning panoramic views and adventure for trekkers and motorists.

Things to do in Spiti Valley:

In the enchanting realm of Spiti Valley, there’s no shortage of captivating activities to engage in. Here’s a glimpse of the remarkable things you can do:

  • Monastery Exploration: Immerse yourself in the spiritual heritage by visiting ancient monasteries like Ki and Tabo, where you can witness monks’ rituals and marvel at intricate artwork.
  • High-Altitude Trekking: Embark on thrilling treks like the Pin Parvati Trek or Hampta Pass Trek. Witness diverse landscapes, high mountain passes, and serene lakes.
  • Chandratal Camping: Set up camp near the mesmerizing Chandratal Lake. Enjoy the serene beauty of the surroundings and stargaze in unpolluted skies.
  • Wildlife Spotting: In the Pin Valley National Park, spot rare Himalayan wildlife, including snow leopards, ibex, and Himalayan blue sheep.
  • Cultural Immersion: Engage with the warm-hearted locals in villages like Langza, experiencing their unique way of life, festivals, and traditions.
  • River Rafting: Navigate the challenging waters of the Spiti River. Experience the thrill of white-water rafting against the backdrop of stunning landscapes.

Things to do in Spiti

  • Photography: Capture Spiti’s stark beauty, vibrant landscapes, ancient monasteries, and the intricate details of local life.
  • Stargazing: Experience unparalleled stargazing in the high-altitude desert, where clear skies offer an unobstructed view of celestial wonders.
  • Attend Festivals: If your visit coincides with local festivals like Losar (Tibetan New Year) or Fagli, embrace the vibrant celebrations and cultural performances.
  • Experience Local Cuisine: Relish traditional Spitian dishes like momos, thukpa, and butter tea. Engage in cooking workshops to learn the art of local cooking.
  • Visit Fossil Beds: Explore the prehistoric past of Langza, where you can discover marine fossils embedded in the mountains.
  • Shopping for Souvenirs: Take home local handicrafts, handwoven textiles, and traditional artifacts as mementos of your Spiti adventure.

From spiritual exploration to thrilling adventures and cultural immersion; Spiti offers a myriad of experiences that cater to every traveler’s desires.

Best time to visit Spiti Valley:

The best time to visit Spiti Valley is a vital consideration for an enriching experience. Here’s a concise breakdown:

  • Summer (May to June): Ideal for most travelers. Pleasant weather, clear roads, and accessible attractions like monasteries, lakes, and villages. Days are comfortable for outdoor activities.
  • Post-Monsoon (September to October): A great alternative. The monsoon has passed, leaving landscapes lush and vibrant. Temperatures are moderate, and most sites remain accessible.
  • Winter (November to April): A unique choice for the adventurous. Harsh cold and heavy snowfall limit accessibility. Roads might be closed, isolating the valley. Recommended only for experienced travelers seeking a serene snowy setting.

Consider the activities you wish to indulge in, the road conditions, and the level of adventure you seek. Each season offers a distinct charm, allowing you to tailor your visit based on your interests and preferences; from vibrant summers to serene snowy winters.

Browse our popular Domestic Holiday packages: Andaman Nicobar package, Andaman Diglipur Tour Package with Baratang, Tawang Tour Arunachal Pradesh, Kaziranga Package Tour from Guwahati, Dooars Tour Package, Shimla Manali Tour Package, Hampta Pass Trek, Kashmir Tour Package, Ladakh Tour Package,Shillong tour package, Meghalaya Tour Packages, Lava Lolegaon Rishop Tour, Sandakphu Phalut Trek, North Sikkim Tour, Gangtok Tour Package, Pelling Tour, Darjeeling Gangtok Tour Packages, Silk Route Tour, Vizag tour package

Browse our popular International Holiday packages: Bali trip package, Abu Dhabi Tour Package, Nepal holiday Package, Phuket Krabi Package

So, pickup your phone and give us a call for any kind of package booking or assistance at ☎ +91-7478325580.

Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We tailor holidays for your specific needs. Contact us if you want modifications so that we could tailor a holiday to suit your need for an unforgettable Spiti Valley Tour.

Spiti Valley Tour Package for 6 Days at a glance

Pick up from Manali Bus Station or Hotel and drive to Kaza. Visit Kaza via Kunzum Pass. Kunzum Pass which is 4590 M. is the highest pass on Spiti Lahaul Road. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Kaza.

After breakfast, enjoy a drive to the highest motorable road - Langza and enroute visit the Comik and Hikim village. Overnight at the Hotel in Kaza.

After breakfast journey starts to witness the Ajanta of Himalayas the Tabo monastery. Tabo has the oldest caves on barren mountains and Thanka paintings, one of the most precious paintings of Buddhism. Later visit Dhankar Monastry and drive back to Taco. Overnight at the Hotel in Tabo.

Morning drive to Mud Village and visit Pin Valley ( vehicle will drop at the Gate of Pin Valley National Park) and later drive to Kaza. Overnight at the hotel in Kaza.

After breakfast excursion to Kee monastery and Kibber village at an altitude of 4205M. After that drive towards Chandratal via Kunzum Pass, Kunzumla Pass which is 4590 M. highest pass on Spiti Lahaul Road. Overnight at the Hotel at Chandratal.

Chandratal : The lake got its name because of its crescent shape. It is believed, Chandratal was discovered by traders who came to the region from Tibet or Ladakh. After an arduous journey, the traders used to rest near the lake before resuming their journey to Kullu or Spiti. The sweet water lake is around 2.5 km wide. It is the source of Chandra River which merges with Bhaga River to form Chandrabhaga River and later assumes the identity of Chenab. The lake can be visited only during the three summer months. For the rest of the season, the lake remains cut off and frozen.

Morning visit Chandratal Lake and then drive to Manali via Atal Tunnel. Drop at Manali Hotel / Bus Station.

Spiti Valley Tour Package Inclusion/Exclusion

Tour cost includes

  • Room on double Sharing basis
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner
  • Vehicle :SDzire /Etios/ Tavera/ Innova/ Winger/ Tempo-Traveller
  • All Toll & parking charges
  • Driver allowances
  • Hindi ,English speaking driver
  • All Applicable taxes

Tour cost excludes

  • Airfare /Train fare
  • Tour Guide charges
  • Any Meal not mentioned in Inclusion
  • Camera Fee
  • Garden entry fee
  • Expenses of personal nature
How far is Shimla from Manali?

Our Guest Rating - 4.9/5 - (148 votes)

The distance between Shimla and Manali, two popular hill stations in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is approximately 250 to 260 kilometers (155 to 162 miles) by road. The actual travel time can vary depending on the route taken, road conditions, and traffic. It generally takes around 7 to 9 hours to travel between Shimla and Manali by road. Keep in mind that travel times can be longer during the winter months due to potential weather-related disruptions.

Should I go to Manali from Delhi or Chandigarh?

Our Guest Rating - 4.9/5 - (148 votes)

Since the distance between Chandigarh and Manali is 300kms, it is better to travel to Manali from Chandigarh as you will reach sooner.

Is Manali safe for solo female travellers?

Our Guest Rating - 4.9/5 - (148 votes)

Manali is generally safe for solo female travelers. Stay in reputable accommodations, use reliable transportation, and exercise caution at night.

Is there an airport in Manali?

Our Guest Rating - 4.9/5 - (148 votes)

No, Manali does not have its own airport. The nearest major airport is Bhuntar Airport, approximately 50 km away.

How is the food in Manali?

Our Guest Rating - 4.9/5 - (148 votes)

Manali offers a variety of delicious food, including local Himachali cuisine and international options. Enjoy traditional dishes, cafes, and diverse culinary experiences amid the scenic surroundings.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

Spiti Valley Tour
8% Off
From ₨14,200.00 ₨13,000.00
/ Adult
  • Manali
  • 5N/6D
  • 2*/3*/4* Hotel
  • Kaza, Tabo, Chandratal
  • Available as per the Requirement
why book with us

Please follow & like us

Open chat
Hello!!! How can we help you?

We are glad that you preferred to contact us. Please fill our short form and one of our travel expert will contact you back.

    Need Help?