Winter Spiti Tour Package 6N/7D
Day 1 – Departure from Delhi to Shimla
Once you arrive in Delhi, you must head to where you will board an AC Volvo Bus for the overnight trip to Shimla.
Day 2 – Shimla to Chitkul
In the morning, get up and eat a hearty breakfast.
After a brief explanation of the excursion, set out on this exciting expedition to Spiti after breakfast.
Get on the road and start the Shimla to Chitkul transfer.
Before entering the breathtaking Kinnaur valley, pass via the well-known settlements of Sarahan and Rampur Bushahr.
Travel down the Sutlej River till Karcham, when you will turn right and follow the Baspa River until Chitkul.
The last town before the Indo-China border is Chitkul, where you can also enjoy a delicious supper at the renowned “Hindustan ka Akhri Dhaba.”
Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel or homestay in Chitkul.
Day 3 – Chitkul to Nako
You will depart for Nako after an early-morning breakfast, travelling via the lovely Kinnaur Valley.
Take the Indo-Tibet Highway and cross the Khab bridge to reach the Satluj River and Spiti River’s confluence.
The final hamlet of the Kinnaur district, Nako, is reached further along the route.
Once you’ve finished the check-in procedures and arrived in Nako, go sightseeing.
Visit the lovely Nako Monastery, which is located by the lovely Nako Lake.
Spend some time taking in the spiritual atmosphere as you go around the monastery’s halls, which are decorated with vibrant murals and a collection of scriptures (Kangyur) that contain Lord Buddha’s precise teachings.
Later, as the sun sets behind the impressive mountains, take a leisurely seat beside Nako Lake and see how the lake’s water changes colours.
After spending the night in Nako, return to the hotel.
Day 4 – Nako to Kaza and Local Sightseeing
Get up early in the morning to enjoy a stunning sunrise and eat a nutritious breakfast.
Take to the roads, and you’ll soon be crossing Sumdo to enter the Spiti Valley.
Visit the 500-Year-Old Mummy in the Gue Village by taking a diversion on the right via the gate at 3 km after Sumdo.
Then, when you go near Kaza, stop for lunch before venturing outside to explore Kaza.
After lunch, you will ride to the renowned Ki Monastery in Spiti Valley, which is located in the little settlement of Langza and is tucked between two mountain ranges in a bowl-shaped valley.
After that, you’ll travel further up the valley to the charming village of Kibber to admire the vast vistas of gorgeous scenery and the indescribable splendour of the snow-capped mountains.
You will travel farther up the road from Kibber to the remote town of Gette, where you can attach a prayer flag and take in breathtaking aerial views of Kaza.
Stay the night at Kaza.
Day 5 – Sightseeing in Kaza
Before travelling to some of the world’s highest inhabited areas, savour a substantial breakfast.
The first place you’ll go is Komik, which means “eye of a snow cock” and is the highest village in Asia.
After that, you’ll travel to Hikkim to visit the world’s tallest post office. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to meet the postmaster and hear some of his tales.
You will be travelling to Langza, a community that is home to the historic Lang Temple, which is thought to be about 1000 years old, after mailing a postcard.
Spend the night in Kaza.
Day 6 – Kaza to Kalpa via Dhankar
Following a sumptuous breakfast, you’ll be walking backwards towards Kalpa in the Kinnaur Valley.
Take a short diversion to the left on the way back to Dhankar, a tiny hamlet, and stop by the magnificent fort monastery at Dhankar, which is nestled amid the rocky spurs and is thought to be 1,000 years old.
If you have the time, climb an hour above the settlement to the gorgeous turquoise Dhankar Tso or Dhankar Lake to take in the breathtaking views of the valley.
You will then continue on your journey, leaving Spiti Valley behind. At Powari, turn right towards ReoKong Peo, the district’s capital, from where you will go to Kalpa.
Spend the night in the lovely Kalpa village, which has a view of the Kinnaur Kailash peaks.
Staying the night at a camp or homestay in Kalpa.
Day 7 – Kalpa to Delhi via Shimla
You will travel to Shimla, known as the fruit bowl of Himachal Pradesh, after breakfast at the hotel.
To get to Shimla, take the winding roads that follow the Satluj and pass through the lush Deodhar forests.
Once in Shimla, relax in the convenience of contemporary society while carrying a bag of wonderful memories and fascinating tales.
Finish the journey by being dropped off at the Shimla Bus Stop, where you can board an AC Volvo Bus to return to Delhi.
Winter Spiti Tour Package
A drive through Spiti is comparable to a roller coaster that thrills you at every turn, raises your blood pressure, and completely satisfies your thirst for adventure before leaving you speechless. And this Spiti winter trip will take you on a unique journey across a desolate, icy desert that has been covered in a fluffy layer of snow, giving it the appearance of a winter wonderland straight out of a fairytale.
The Spiti valley, with its colourful monasteries, snow-capped mountains, little hamlets, glittering lakes, and landscapes that you could only see on your Instagram feed, emerges as you travel further into the rough terrain.
This land of myths and mysteries is sure to satisfy your adventurous soul in every way and give you a tonne of memories to treasure for life, from getting goosebumps while gazing at the 500-year-old self-mummified body of a Buddhist monk at Gue to feeling the chills as you look down upon a tiny truck from Asia’s highest suspended Chicham bridge.Winter Spiti Tour Package
Highlights of Winter Spiti Tour Package
- Drive along one of the World’s Most Dangerous Roads to indulge your sense of adventure.
Make your family and friends proud by sending them a postcard from the “Highest Post Office” in the world.
- Lean out over Chicham Bridge, Asia’s highest suspension bridge, to get a glimpse of a truck that resembles an ant.
- Visit the “World’s Highest Motorable Village” by driving there Comic and you’ll feel like the world is your oyster.
- Record a time-lapse of the sun’s rays painting the Kinner Kailash mountain peaks’ shifting hues.
- Delhi to Shimla travel route includes Chitkul, Nako, Gue, Key, Kibber, Kaza, Komik, Hikkim, Langza, Dhankar, Kalpa, Shimla, and Delhi.
- 7 days and 6 nights.
- Beginning Point: Delhi
- Ending: Delhi
- Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary.
- Swift Dzire/Etios/Amaze
- MAP Plan ( Breakfast & Dinner)
- Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour.
- Assistance on arrival.
- Check in & Check out at 12Noon.
- Inclusive fall the Taxes (Parking, Toll Tax, Luxury Tax, Green Tax, Felix, And Driver Exp.etc.
- Heater charge will be extra.
- Any monument entry fees / camera fees.
- Any meal, which is not mentioned above.
- Any guide charges.
- 5% GST.
- Any air / train fare.
- Cancellation before 30days of start date will be charged 20% Of Total Package.
- Cancellations between 16 days to 30 days before start date, 35% of tour cost would be charged as retention.
- Cancellations between 10 days to 15 days before start date, 50% of tour cost would be charged as retention.
Cancellation between 7 days to 5 days will be charged full amount Token amount not refundable
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