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If you have been planning a vacation in the mountains this holiday season, then Thrillophilia’s Spiti Valley tour packages are the correct choice for you. We offer the widest range of itineraries to enjoy this heavenly place. You can avail the specially curated Spiti tour packages for a breathtaking experience in the mountains. 

You also have the options for touring the Spiti Valley with friends and family so that your entire group can get the most out of this gorgeous destination. With so many experiential tours and activities, you can easily explore the attractions with our Lahaul Spiti tour packages.

Moreover, with unbeatable discounts and deals, Thrillophilia’s Spiti valley holiday packages are suitable for every kind of budget. So if you don’t want to burn a hole in your pocket, you can choose and book several of our cheapest Spiti tour Packages. If you are up for a bike trip, then choose from our range of Spiti Valley bike trip packages for the most adventurous trip. 

We also offer curated itineraries according to different themes. So if you want to enjoy a breathtaking honeymoon, then Lahaul Spiti packages for couples are best suited for you. If not this, then add a little spice to your life with Spiti Valley tour packages designed especially for adventurous souls like you, that feature a host of thrilling activities like paragliding and rafting.

As you come for your Lahaul Spiti vacation through Thrillophilia, you will definitely rejuvenate your mind and unwind yourself with the inclusions and comforts in the packages. The Lahaul Spiti trip is sure to enrich your holiday experience and give you memories that you will cherish for a lifetime. 

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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla 4D/3N ₹ 11800.0 5.0 star View Details
Spiti Valley Bike Trip 11D/10N ₹ 21600.0 5.0 star View Details
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Chanshal Valley Tour 4D/3N ₹ 12480.0 4.0 star View Details
Kinnaur and Chanshal Valley Tour 6D/5N ₹ 24360.0 4.0 star View Details
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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Shimla



About the destination:Spiti is a little Tibetan haven nestled gracefully at an average height of 12500 ft above sea level. Spiti which literally means “the middle land” stands by its name and lies between Tibet and India. It is a cold desert that offers breathtaking views of snow-covered Himalayan ranges, pristine emerald lakes, fascinating landscapes and quaint villages. It is famous for its ancient monasteries that still hold their charm. It is a must-visit place for those who want to witness the surreal experience in the land of utmost grace.

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Spiti Valley Bike Trip


Spiti Valley

Start Point: New DelhiEnd Point: New DelhiRoute: Delhi - Manali - Jibhi - Rampur - Chitkul - Kalpa - Kaza - Chandra Tal - Manali - DelhiAbout the Destination:Spiti Valley is a true paradise and it is also known as the ‘Little Tibet' of India. It is a place that is full of monasteries and Tibetan culture. Spiti Valley is a must-visit destination in Himachal Pradesh and is famous for its snow-capped peaks and natural surroundings. This Spiti valley bike trip promises a Himalayan trip of a lifetime. You will be visiting many places by this Spiti bike trip, such as Komik, Hikkim, Langza, Tabo Monastery, and Key Monastery.

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Manali to Spiti Valley Bike Trip 2021 | Book @ Flat 15% off


Spiti Valley

Start Point of tour: Chandigarh, PunjabEndpoint of tour: Chandigarh, PunjabRoute: Chandigarh - Narkanda - Chitkul - Sangla - Kalpa - Kaza - Hikkim - Komik - Langza - Kunzum La - Chadra Tal - Manali - ChandigarhDeparture Dates:June 19,29 | July 9,19,29 | August 8,18,28 | Sept 7,18,28Price Variants:• Bring your own bike: INR 21600 per person• Dual Rider: INR 39600 per person• Solo Rider: INR 31200 per person About the tour:✦ Renowned as ‘Little Tibet’ amongst some, and popular as the ‘cold desert mountain valley’ amongst others, Spiti is undoubtedly a paradise on earth.✦ Soak in the spellbinding beauty of the Manali Valley and explore places like Hadimba Temple, Solang Valley, Great Himalayan National Park, and Jogini Waterfalls.✦ Rejoice in trout-fishing, forest hikes, and lakeside picnics in the Banjar Valley at Jibhi.✦ Spend some time in Chitkul and you will wake up to the clearest blue skies you have ever seen, crisp morning air and twitter of birds. ✦ Explore the quaint town of Kalpa that encompasses surreal views of Kinnaur Kailash peaks.✦ Discover Key Kibber surrounded by scenic mountains, barren splendour and Key Monastery, the largest in Spiti Valley.✦ Sightsee Langza a picturesque village placed at 14,500 ft. and blessed with ancient monasteries and buildings of the prehistoric era.✦ Drive to Komik is the 'World's Highest Motorable Village' situated at 18,000 ft.✦ Send post-cards to your loved ones from 'World's Highest Post Office' at the Hikkim village.✦ Marvel at the Chandra Tal Lake which means the Moon Lake exquisitely crafted crescent shape that flamboyantly nestles under the azure blue skies.✦ Vibrant monasteries, picturesque hamlets, snow-laden mountains, lush forests and marvellous lakes will surely make your Spiti Valley Trip worth it. 

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147 Ratings

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Chanshal Valley Tour



About the Destination:Chanshal Pass is nestled gloriously at an average height of 4,520 meters and recognised as the highest peak in Shimla District. It offers mystical views from the top which is enough to make your inner being content with bliss. It is a path that connects Rohru, a small town to the villages of Kwar and Dodra. The scenic beauty and the enthralling journey to the top make it a must-visit place for those who seek serenity in the laps of nature. 

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INR 15,100

INR 12,480

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Kinnaur and Chanshal Valley Tour



Start Point: Chandigarh, PunjabEnd Point Chandigarh, PunjabRoute: Chandigarh - Shimla - Rohru - Pabbar Valley - Larot Village - Chanshal Valley - Rohru - Sungri - Rampur - Baga Sarahan - Narkanda - Chandigarh.About the destination:Surrounded by lush greenery the Tirthan Valley is an offbeat destination with its pristine lakes, historical forts and temples, and gushing waterfalls. Adjacent to the Tirthan Valley lies a 180-kilometer long road that forms a connection between the town of Rohru and the Dodra Kwar Valley popularly known as the Chanshal Valley. Just next to the Chanshal Valley lies “The Land of Fairy Tales,” Kinnaur, a mystical land placed amidst lush green mountains and a rugged landscape. Explore all these majestic places for 6 long days and give yourself a much-needed break.

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Kinnaur Valley Tour From Chandigarh



About the Destination:Kinnaur is a popular tourist destination for its exotic mountainous region, refreshing weather and picturesque view. The breathtaking viewpoints along with Chir and Deodar trees, apple orchards and the snow-capped mountains of Kinner Kailash are an absolutely marvellous sight to behold.

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Kinnaur Valley Tour From Delhi



About the destination:Kinnaur is popular for its exotic mountainous region, refreshing weather, picturesque view and apples. The place is enveloped amidst Chir and Deodar trees and the snow-capped mountains of Kinner Kailash make it a must-visit place for those who seek surreal experience in the laps of nature. Kinnaur is nestled gracefully amidst the Himalayan ranges and is blessed with mesmerising meadows and rugged landscapes.

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Spiti Valley tour with Kinnaur from Chandigarh


Spiti Valley

About Spiti Valley:Spiti, an artistic cold desert nestled gloriously at an average height of 12,500 feet above sea level. It is enveloped amidst rugged mountains, fascinating valleys, mesmerising landscapes, and quaint villages making it a must-visit place for those who seek serenity in the laps of nature. It is a little Tibetan haven in India where ancient monasteries still hold their grace. A slice of heaven that surrounds travellers in its pristine beauty making them content with bliss and tranquillity.

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35 Ratings

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INR 28,900

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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Chandigarh


Spiti Valley

About the destination:Spiti is a little Tibetan haven nestled gloriously amidst rugged mountains. It is a land where ancient monastries still hold their grace, a land of fascinating valleys, prestine emerald lakes, mesmerizing landscapes, and quaint villages. It is a cold desert that stands tall at an average height of 12500 feet above sea level. It is highly recognised as 'the middle land' for it is situated on the India-Tibet border. Spiti is a must-visit place for those who craves to witness the surreal experience amidst the serenity.

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INR 24,200

INR 19,200

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Spiti Valley Jeep Safari


Spiti Valley

Start Point: New DelhiEnd Point: New DelhiRoute: Delhi - Pathankot - Bir- Khajjiar - Bairagarh - Sach Pass - Killar - Keylong - Chandra Taal - Kaza - Pin Valley - Chitkul - Sangla - Jibhi - Manali - DelhiAbout the Destination: Known to be an entire world inside a world, the awe-inspiring Spiti Valley encompasses lofty alpine land. Enclosed by high-altitude, snow-covered peaks, this place boasts majestic monasteries and small villages. Surrounded by Tibet on the East, Ladakh on the North, Kullu Valley on the South, and Kinnaur on the Southeast, Spiti offers spectacular views of mind-boggling vistas. Proclaiming to be an exotic travel destination, Spiti Valley flaunts exquisite attractions like Baralacha Pass, Kunzum Pass, and Pin Valley National Park. Travellers visiting Spiti indulge in a jeep safari, yak safari, mountain biking, trekking, camping, stargazing, and fossil hunting.

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Kinnaur and Spiti Tour From Delhi


Spiti Valley

About the Spiti Valley:A mountainous cold desert enveloped in rugged mountains, fascinating valleys, mesmerising landscapes and quaint villages. Spiti translates as ‘the middle land’ for it is nestled gracefully at an average height of 12500 ft. above sea level on the India-Tibet border. The place is known as the home of lamas and a place where ancient monasteries still hold their grace. It is a must-visit place for those who want to witness the surreal experience in the land of utmost charm.

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INR 40,150

INR 33,650

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Spiti Valley Tour Package from Delhi


Spiti Valley

About the destination:Spiti, a little Tibetan haven nestled gracefully at an average height of 12500 feet above sea level. It captivates tourists in its rich culture and glorious beauty embellished with rugged mountains, fascinating valleys, mesmerizing landscapes, and quaint villages. Spiti Valley is a place known as the home of ancient monasteries that still hold their charm and gives you breathtaking scenery to behold. Filled with spellbinding tourist attractions like Key Monastery, Lhalung Monastery, Dhankar Lake, Pin Valley National Park, and Kunzum Pass, this place promises an absolutely surreal experience.

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Spiti Valley

Highlights of the Spiti Valley Tour package from Manali:- Guided Road Trip with activities for an exclusive group of ten people- Riverside Bonfire, Day Hike, Monastery tour with a monk and local cooking session included- Visit Pin Valley and camp overnight at Chandratal LakeAbout the Places:- Key Monastery: A must visit tourist place in Spiti Valley, the Key Gompa is encircled by picturesque mountains and soothing valleys. A wonderful example of monastic architecture and decorated with beautiful paintings, murals, manuscripts, and wind instruments – the Kye attracts history and cultural buffs round the year.- Dhankar Lake: Tucked atop a small hill at an impressive altitude of 4100 meters above sea level, the Dhankar, with its dazzling blue waters, is one of the most popular places to visit in Spiti Valley. The lake sits at the end of the famous Dhankar Lake trek known for its treacherous paths, rocky snow-capped mountains, and incomparable vistas.- Dhankar Monastery: The Dhankar Fort Monastery sandwiched between Spiti and Pin rivers offers a special spiritual touch as it plays hide and seek on the trail. And once you reach the lake, the rare and diversified views will make your jaw drop! A truly curious landmark, the monastery is perched so precariously amongst rocks that it appears as if it is seconds away from falling all over.- Tabo Monastery: Tabo Monastery is one of the most wondrous places to visit on Spiti Valley tour package from Manali. Founded a millennium ago, the temple is a unique amalgamation of history, culture and natural splendour. In the cold barren deserts of Tabo valley, the monastery appears as a sanctum from the brutality of barbarous rocky mountains around.- Kibber: To call Kibber beautiful would be putting it lightly – arid landscape, rocky mountains, meadows covered in vibrant wildflowers, and all this paired with the pristine pollution-free environment. Stargazers and photography lovers flock alike to Kibber to gaze at the unsurpassed, exquisite view of the Milky Way.About the Spiti Valley Tour package from Manali:With striking places like the key monastery, Chandratal lake, Komic village, Dhankar lake, handicraft market and numerous others in its vicinity, can be toured in summers as well as winters. When the showers strike the region its landscape changes and in winters, the temperature steeps down to freezing points, extending picture-perfect sceneries.  This land of fresh environs, lush green blankets, snow-capped peaks and everything beautiful, Spiti Valley tour package from Manali has each thing to arrest you in its charm.Your 7 days adventure starts from Manali. You travel all the way around seeing popular, beautiful and hidden sites in the Spiti Valley and come back to Manali. Stay at great places, eat local food, travel around the valley, know the culture and visit landmark spots that will take your breath away.

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103 Ratings

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Manali Leh Manali with Spiti Valley Tour


Spiti Valley

Start Point: New Delhi, DelhiEndpoint: New Delhi, DelhiRoute: Delhi - Manali - Kaza - Chandra Tal - Jispa - Leh - Nubra - Pangong - Leh - Sarchu - Manali - DelhiAbout the tour:• Embark on a Trans Himalayan Sojourn from Spiti Valley to Leh with this 14 Days/13 Nights tour from Manali. • The most popular summer holiday covering the Spiti valley with Leh Ladakh together in one tour package is perfect for those looking for a soft adventure and who wish to witness awe-inspiring scenery. • This exciting road trip through Spiti valley to Leh Ladakh tour package covers the most beautiful and less explored the best offbeat destinations of India in the Himalayas. • While driving on the Indian Tibet Border road, through Kinnaur valley we cross over the Central Himalayan range in Spiti valley to the snow-capped mountains of the Greater Himalayas to reach Leh Ladakh, over the World’s five high Mountain passes.• Each day of the Spiti Valley to Leh Ladakh Tour Package offers an opportunity to explore the oldest monasteries in the Himalayas, the local villages, land of barren and beautiful wilderness, the culturally diverse tribal people which add to the charm and interest to this mystical and a lifetime tour through the Himalayas. 

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Spiti Valley Tour from Kolkata 2021


Spiti Valley

About the Destination:  Nestled amidst the majestic Himalayas, Spiti Valley welcomes travellers with its snow-capped mountains, vast cold desert, and winding roads. Perched at a height of around 12,500 feet, this virgin paradise forms a hub for adventure junkies from every corner of the world. Getting sunshine for just about 250 days in an entire year, this destination is counted among the country’s coldest places. With the extremely thick snow of the Himalayas cutting off Spiti Valley from the remaining parts of India for about six months, the place is accessible directly via motorway only during the summers. Flaunting a plethora of amazing trekking trails leading to different peaks, Spiti offers a spectacular sight of the awe-inspiring Himalayan ranges, promising an unforgettable experience. The places which you will cover during this tour are:Kalpa: Located on the bank of Sutlej river, this beautiful town will welcome you whole-heartedly. You will be mesmerized by the stunning view of Kinner Kailash peaks.Tabo via Nako: You will head towards Tabo by taking the route in which you will get see the confluence of Spiti and Sutlej river at Khab and will also witness Nako village and Nako Lake.Tabo Monastery: Tabo Monastery is one of the most wondrous places to visit in Spiti Valley. Founded 1000 years ago, the temple is a unique amalgamation of history, culture, and natural splendour. In the cold, barren deserts of Tabo valley, the monastery appears as a sanctum from the brutality of barbarous rocky mountains around.Kibber: Kibber is a beautiful village with arid landscape, rocky mountains, meadows covered in vibrant wildflowers, and all this paired with pristine pollution-free environment. Stargazers and photography lovers flock similar to Kibber to gaze at the unsurpassed, exquisite view of the Milky Way.Dhankar Monastery:  The Dhankar Fort Monastery is located between Spiti and Pin rivers and offers a special spiritual touch. The monastery is built in such a way in between the rocks that it appears as if it is seconds away from falling all over.Key Monastery: A must visit tourist place in Spiti Valley, the Key Gompa is enclosed by striking mountains and peaceful valleys. An excellent example of monastic architecture and decorated with beautiful paintings, murals, manuscripts, and wind instruments.About the Spiti Valley Tour from KolkataThirllophilia offers you one of the best Spiti valley tour packages from Kolkata, and this one promises you the absolute fun. This magical tour will start from Chandigarh and will take you to Spiti, so be prepared for the fantastic experience of your life through the mountains and valleys of Himachal Pradesh.In this Spiti valley tour from Kolkata, you will be exploring the Key Monastery, Narkanda, and You will also enjoy the snow hike around the villages of Kaza, will visit Dhankar Monastery in Tabo, and much more. This trip is an adventure that will leave you astonished at the beauty of the Himalayas. You will be provided proper transportation according to the plan and will get a chance to stay at the local Spitian homestay, which will be comfortable. You will get to eat local food, travel around the valley, know the culture, and visit landmark spots that will take your breath away. Note: Flight is not included in the package cost. Drop an enquiry to know more.

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97 Ratings

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INR 26,100

INR 23,100

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Spiti Bike Trip from Chandigarh


Spiti Valley

Start Point: ChandigarhEnd point: Manali-DelhiPackage Options:- Solo Rider- 2 People on 1 Bike- Seat in SUV - Self VehicleHighlights of the Spiti Bike Trip from Chandigarh:- Visit World's highest post office in Hikkim.- View the beautiful Chandratal Lake.- Take in the views of the Chau Chau Kang Nelda Peak and the Buddha statue.- Visit the world’s highest village connected via motorable road, KomikPlaces to Visit:- Spiti: Spiti is full of monasteries and Tibetan culture and is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Himachal Pradesh. This Spiti valley bike trip promises a Himalayan trip that you will remember for a lifetime.- Chandratal Lake: Paradise to trekkers, Chandratal lake is referred to as one of the most beautiful lakes located in the mighty Himalayas. It snuggles at an altitude of about 4300 m and is crescent-shaped.- Hikkim: Boasting to have the world's highest post office, Hikkim is home to snow-capped peaks and will take your heart away. It is a place where you will admire spectacular views.- Komik: Located at the height of 4,513 m, Komik has a population of 84 people and is Asia’s highest village. This place is a must-visit and will help you create memories.About the Spiti Bike Trip from Chandigarh:Have you ever dreamt of riding a Royal Enfield on the mountains of Spiti and exploring all the beautiful places? It is your time to fulfil that dream. The Spiti Bike Trip from Chandigarh promises you a perfect adventure and a time that you will never forget for a lifetime.The tour starts from Chandigarh and takes you to Narkanda, which is the first destination. You can visit the Hatu Peak or the Hatu Temple at this place. Next, you will be visiting Chitkul. Chitkul is the last inhabited village in India and is full of mesmerising points. After visiting Kalpa, you will be visiting Kaza. Before that, you can pay a visit to 500-Year-Old Mummy in the Gue Village.Tremendous views of the Chau Chau Kang Nelda Peak and the Buddha Statue looking down at the valley awaits you on this trip on day 6. On day 7, stay at Chandratal lake and enjoy viewing a million stars in the sky. The trip ends on day 9 at Delhi with a lot of memories.With Spiti Bike Trip from Chandigarh, fulfil your dream of visiting Spiti and that too on a Royal Enfield. Capture as many pictures as you can and boast your experience back home.
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Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley Tour Highlights:Experience local Spitian homestay.Visit Ajanta of HimalayasVisit ancient monasteries – Tabo, Dhankar, KeyVisit highest post office at Hikkim and highest village with a motorable road in the world at KomicAbout the Places:Chandigarh: Capital of both Punjab as well as Haryana, Chandigarh is also known as the City of Gardens. Imbibing the culture of two states, the city is one of the best destinations to go.Nako Village: Highest village in the valley, Nako owns a lake formed out of the masses of the ice. Fauna including, Yaks, kine, horses and asses, can be found in abundance here.Tabo Monastery: Known as Ajanta of the Himalayas, Tabo Monastery is situated at a height of 3050 meters above the sea level. Located in the valley of Tabo, the monastery was founded back in 996 A.D.Dhankar Monastery: At an altitude of 12,774 feet, Dhankar Monastery or Dhankar Gompa is one of the main centres of Buddhist art and culture.Key Monastery: A famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery, Key Monastery is also known as the Kye Monastery and Ki Monastery. Explore the long and interesting history of the monastery with this tour.About the Spiti Valley Tour:The Spiti Valley Tour starts in Chandigarh from where we head towards Rampur. Before leaving for Rampur gather all the required medicines from the pharmacy we stop at. Overnight stop on day 1 is at Rampur. Meet your guide and know other travellers there in Rampur before going to sleep. Day 2 starts at 4:00 in the morning. This 9-10 hours of the journey will mesmerise you with the scenic beauty it holds. We will have our lunch at Nako Village, where you can walk over the frozen lake. On this day you will be sleeping in a local Spitian homestay. At the homestay, get a chance to talk to locals and have dinner.On day 3 of the Spiti Valley Tour, we visit 100 years old Tabo Monastery. After visiting Dhnakar Monastery, used to be the Seat of the King in ancient times, we have our overnight stay in Kaza. In the morning of day 4, we go on a snow drive towards Langza, Hikkim and Komic. Click as many photos as you can. At night, learn about local life, festivals and traditions from the host family at Kaza. On day 5, we head to either Khiber/Chicham via Key depending on which area has seen the maximum amount of trails during the season. On day 5 and 6, we will be tracking the snow leopard and other wildlife following their trail surrounding the villages.On day 7 of the Spiti Valley Tour, we leave for Rampur. This is a long journey and both breakfast and lunch will be done during the journey itself. On Day 8, get back to your homes from Chandigarh with a lot of memories and maybe some new friends you made during the trip.

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Motorcycle Tour through Lahaul - Spiti
Motorcycle Tour through Lahaul - Spiti


Spiti Valley

About the Activity:Feel relaxed with a bike ride to Lahaul- Spiti, one of the most beautiful snowy valleys in the Himalayan ranges, ride for about 1000 kilometers with the seven day trip.Start your trip from Chandigarh to reach Narkanda or Tanidar, a small town, relax for sometime, get an overnight stay in Lakeside Apple Farm resort.Relish the journey from Narkanda to Sangla and rivet in the sight of Sarahan in the middle of Shrikand Mahadev peak.Prepare for the next trip to Tabo via Ribba, visit other monasteries such as Morona and Tila en route, see the vast artistic talents hidden inside each monastery.Get an exciting drive to Kaza via Pin, Kungri and Dankar monasteries, enjoy your stay in Kaza.Visit Ki monastery which holds very ancient paintings and scriptures, aftermath travel to Kibber, the highest village and finally, reach Loshar for your overnight home stay.Rivet in the beauty of Kunzum pass and Chander Tal lake, the ultimate beauty and serenity mixed together and then relax in tents at Chander Tal.Reach Manali for shopping, feel an awesome time in Hot Spring in Vashisht and then your trip gets over by dinner.

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Spiti Valley in Winter 2021: Paint It White


Spiti Valley

Start Point: Delhi-ShimlaEnd Point: Shimla-DelhiHighlights of the Spiti Valley Winter Tour:Adore the stunning view of Kinner Kailash peaks over a cup of tea.Experience in a local Spitian homestay.Visit Key MonasteryAbout the Places:- Nako Village: Highest village in the valley, Nako owns a lake formed out of the masses of the ice. Fauna including, Yaks, kine, horses and asses, can be found in abundance here.- Spiti: Spiti is one of the coldest places in the country. Snuggled at an altitude of 12,500 feet above the sea level, the valley serves as a paradise to adventure lovers.- Key Monastery: A famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery, Key Monastery is also known as the Kye Monastery and Ki Monastery. Explore the long and interesting history of the monastery with this tour.- Kalpa: Having beautiful temples and monasteries, the village of Kalpa is famous for its apple orchards.About the Spiti Valley in Winter Tour:Get ready to start the adventure from Delhi. and go to all the places you wished to visit. This tour allows with all the experiences where you get to experience the beauty of winter and have memories that you can share with all.Drive through places like Kufri, Narkanda and many more. Get to explore Chitkul. Chitkul is the last village on the old Hindustan - Tibet Trade route. It is on the banks of river Baspa and is the last place Indians can visit without a permit. Situated at an altitude of 2759 m from the sea level, Kalpa is located close to the foot of Kinner Kailash, the winter home of Lord Shiva.Spiti Valley is a paradise to all the trekkers and mecca to travel lovers. Spiti means 'The Middle Land' and it separates India from Tibet. It is the best place to visit to experience the winter Spiti as Spiti is one of the coldest places in the country. Sprawling 360-degree views of the beautiful mountains will take your heart away.All in all the tour is best suited to go for a perfect trip to explore Spiti in winter and allows you to create memories that are worth-sharing and worth-living. The Spiti Valley In Winter tour will be remembered for the rest of your life and you will have stunning pictures for your social media.

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96 Ratings

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Trek to Mount Kanamo in Himachal Pradesh
Trek to Mount Kanamo in Himachal Pradesh


Spiti Valley

About the Activity:Fixed departure: 13th August, 2016Be amused by this 7 day trip to mount Kanamo in Himachal Pradesh; get an exhilarating trekking experience over there.The mount is situated at a height of 5964 meters. Head out to face the challenge wholeheartedly.Report at Rumsu base camp on the first day from where you will start your long tour.Proceed through the favourite destinations of trekkers in the Himalayas such as Chandrataal lake, Kibber and Kunzum.Finish the trip in Manali on the last day with plenty of enthralling memories.The package includes food, accommodation and transportation during the trip.
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Mountain Biking in Spiti
Mountain Biking in Spiti


Spiti Valley

About the Activity: Embark on this thrilling mountain biking expedition made for die hard cycling enthusiasts. Start your 12 day tour from Manali and along your way pass by the breathtaking Rohtang Pass, Pin Valley National Park, Kaza, the highest village in Asia and many more wonders. Push yourself to limit with challenging trails and passes cycle through  through the passes of mighty Himalayas and valleys which can be compared with heaven just for their sheer magnificence and beauty.You will be rewarded with a break day at Mudh after which your expedition will continue. Marvel at the stunning Chandratal Lake and other scenic landscapes as you make your way back to Manali. 
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22 October 2019
we went to Spiti valley from Delhi and it was one of the best trips ever, The beautiful hills and mountains are so alluring, Key Monastery, Lhalung Monastery, Dhankar Lake, Pin Valley National Park, and Kunzum Pass all are so beautiful. We had an amazing time at the trip. Thanks Thrillophilia for the wonderful experience!!!
04 November 2019
Spiti Valley is so beautiful and mesmerizing. The trip to Spiti valley was an amazing experience, I booked the trip from Thrillophilia and they have arranged things so well. The guide provided to us with the tour was so helpful. We had a very good time on the entire trip
10 August 2019
I went to Spiti valley with my friends and we booked our tour from Thrillophilia and we had an amazing experience on the trip. The entire trip was so well planned and the place is so beautiful. Thanks for the memorable trip !!!
One of the best trip filled with fun and enjoyment with my friends. the snowy experience was amazing I would suggest it to everyone that one in a year you should visit spiti with your friends or family. the hotels were good and clean and the stay was comfortable. the food is also quite delicious. and one of the eye-catching scenes was the confluence of Spiti and Sutlej river. overall a good trip.
The tour was amazing we covered all the important destinations in this jeep safari. Food provided was good, Everything was perfect, I would definitely recommend it to all.
10 July 2019
Chapala Pothuvaal Spiti Valley Bike Trip 2021
Thrillophilia just arranged the best trip of my life! The guide was excellent, the bikes were in good condition and so were the other arrangements! The whole trip was so well arranged that we saw the best of Spiti.
03 July 2019
Vidur Namboothiri Spiti Valley Bike Trip 2021
It was a great trip for me. However, there were some pros and cons. Pros: • The bikes were in good condition, and there were regular breaks for riders. • The trip guide was excellent and very clear with instructions. • They selected excellent viewpoints and regular stops. All the pre-decided places were duly shown to us. Cons • The food could have been improved • The internet connectivity throughout was very poor.
06 August 2019
An unforgettable trip for my friends and me- Thrillophilia arranged it in the best way possible! The trip could not have been better executed! Our operator was the best- he gave us the whole itinerary minute by minute in Chandigarh on the first day and was there for every issue we had!
18 June 2019
I went to Spiti Valley with my family from Chandigarh and we booked our trip from Thrillophilia. The place is so beautiful, the view is so captivating. the trip was really wonderful we had a very nice ti me on the trip. Thanks, Thrillophilia for the great experience!!!
27 September 2019
The Spiti Valley trip from Delhi was so amazing, The entire trip was so nicely planned, the meals and stays everything was so good. we had a great time on the trip. The place is so beautiful.

People Also Ask About Spiti Valley Tours

  1. Which are the best biking tours in Spiti?

    The Spiti Valley has some beautiful views to offer all along and what could get better than taking a bike tour among these routes. Here are some of the best biking tour routes that you can take:

    1. Spiti Valley Bike Tour From Delhi
    2. Bike Tour From Manali To Spiti
    3. Motorcycle Tour Through Lahaul Spiti

  2. Which are the best summer Spiti tour packages?

    Here is the list of some of the best summer tour packages for Spiti holiday:

    1. Spiti Valley Bike Tour From Delhi
    2. Spiti Valley Trip Via Kinnaur 
    3. Bike Tour From Manali To Spiti
    4. Spiti Valley Tour From Manali In A Car
  3. Which are the best winter Spiti tour packages?

    Here is the list of some of the best winter tour packages for Spiti holiday:

    1. Spiti Valley Bike Tour From Delhi
    2. Spiti Road Trip Girls' Special
    3. Spiti Winter Special: Paint It White
    4. Spiti Valley Tour
  4. What is the best time to go for Spiti Valley road trip?

    Winter is the best time to plan for a Spiti Valley road trip. Nestling amidst the verdant hills of the mighty Himalayan ranges, a road trip to Spiti valley promises the best of all its experiences in winters. The winter period of Spiti Valley is exceptionally harsh with temperatures dropping as low as -40 degrees and the entire region turns out to be frigid. You can plan on a road trip to Langza, Hikkim, Demul, and Komic. If you have a private car or shared taxis available there, you can even plan a visit to the Losar, Lhalung, Dhankar, and Gue Village.
  5. How much does a trip to Spiti valley cost?

    Your trip to Spiti Valley will depend on the package you opt for. With an array of packages from approx INR 15,000 to INR 25,000 Thrillophilia brings to you the best of Spiti Valley Tours with several unique inclusions that will be etched in your memories for a lifetime.
  6. How far is Spiti valley from Shimla?

    Spiti Valley lies at a distance of 441.5 km from Shimla via NH505. It will take approximately 11 hours and 35 minutes for you to reach your final destination. However, travelling duration may vary according to the mode of transport, weather and road conditions. 
  7. What are the things to keep in mind when doing solo backpack tour in Spiti-Lahaul?

    1. Hitchhiking is not very difficult, friendly passersby will be willing to take you along if it’s within their route. This is some great way to meet people and also save money on transport.
    2. Dhabas are the best place to eat at during your journey, so don’t go looking around for a proper hotel to dine at.
    3. Homestays are totally recommended. The locals are friendly and there are plenty of them offering homestays. They usually also provide you with food and knowledge on the local area.
    4. If you are riding by yourself, it is advisable to keep some fuel in hand, just in case as there are not many petrol stations on the way, especially on the highway to Kaza.
    5. It might get quite cold at the higher altitudes and jerkins, sweaters and medicines are a must carry on your trip!
  8. What are the best places to visit on a Spiti Valley tour?

    1. Key Monastery: This oldest sanctum for Buddhist teachings is almost 1000-years-old and also the most famous due to its stunning location edging on a cliffside surrounded by massive snow-capped peaks.

    This 3-floor monastery is designed in the Pasada-style and is adorned with ancient murals called Tangyur, weapons, and rara Thangkas (Tibetan paintings). The Chham dance performed by monks is a major attraction.

    Location: Near Spiti River, Spiti Valley.

    2. Pin Valley National Park: Located in the cold desert ecosystem of Spiti at an altitude of 6,632 metres this park is the natural habitat of some of the rarest wildlife species in the world like Snow leopard, Ibex, Himalayan marmot, Blue rock pigeon, etc. You can enjoy challenging treks and jeep safaris at the stark rugged landscape here.

    Location: Kaza Valley, Himachal Pradesh.

    3. Chandratal Lake: Located at around 14,000 ft., this is amongst the most beautiful of the mountain lakes in the country. Translating to ‘Moon Lake’, it enchants you with its crystal clear waters that have shades of grey, turquoise green, and azure blue.

    This contrasts with the reflections of the surrounding stark mountains that one sees in the lake waters. The lake, due to its location amidst rugged mountainous trails, is one of the most popular trekking locations amongst Spiti valley tours.

    Location: Spiti, Lahaul & Spiti.

    4. Suraj Tal: This lake known for its stupendous beauty is the 3rd highest lake in the country standing at 4890 metres above the sea level.

    Dedicated to the sun god and considered to be a holy place, the lake feeds the Bhaga River and is famed for its stunning landscape of snow-capped mountains and shimmering glaciers. The untouched beauty of this mostly uninhabited place makes this one of the top inclusions in all Spiti Valley tour packages.

    Location: Lahaul Valley, Himachal Pradesh.

    5. Tabo Monastery: Founded in 996 AD by the Buddhist king Yeshe O’d, this monastery is the one of the most-revered of all monasteries in the country and a must-include in your Spiti valley tours.

    Situated at an altitude of around 10,000 ft., it not only has a majestic architecture but is also famous for its beautiful murals, paintings, and sculptures. It has 9 temples within its complex, residential space for visitors, and even a restaurant.

    Location: Tabo, Himachal Pradesh.

    6. Kibber: A place that’s known as the highest motorable village in the world, is an absolute must-include in your Spiti Valley holiday packages. Its vibrant culture, barren landscape, monasteries perched on hills, the massive Dandmachan Peak, and the 80-odd houses are a must-see.

    It is an amazing sight to see herds of grazing yaks and stars close enough to make you feel as if you could reach out to touch them. Visit the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary to see exotic animals like the Tibetan woolly hare, Pika, Snow leopards, Blue sheep, and Red Fox.

    Location: Lahaul & Spiti.

    7. Nako Lake: The beauty of this spectacular high mountain lake located at around 3,600 metres above sea level needs to be seen to be believed. Surrounded by lush meadows, majestic mountains, and pine tree thickets lies this high mountain lake that must be a part of your Spiti valley tours. Don’t miss exploring the nearby Tibetan monasteries, waterfalls, and caves. You can also enjoy boating in the calm lake waters during summers.

    Location: Pooh, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh.

    8. Gandhola Monastery: This 8th-century monastery is located on a hilltop at the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers. This monastery was where rare relics like a copper goblet, the damaged head of Avalokitesvara, and a black stone image of the goddess Vajresvari were found. This intriguing ambience and its scenic location make this place a popular location in Spiti Valley packages.

    Location: Top Chilling, Himachal Pradesh.

  9. What are the famous monasteries in Lahaul-Spiti?

    Here are some of the most famous monasteries in the Lahaul-Spiti valley:

    1. Key Monastery –
    Situated at a staggering height of 13,500 feet – the Key Monastery overlooks the Kaza valley and is one of the largest monasteries in the region. It is nestled away on a monolithic conical hill and features an interesting,
    irregular design with low rooms and narrow corridors. 

    There are hundreds of Lamas who receive their training here, and you can also see numerous murals, beautiful thankas and rare manuscripts in this place.

    2. Tangyud Gompa –
    The renowned Tangyud Gompa is located near the village of Comic and is quite important historically. Legend says that the Buddhists in this Gompa revised the Tang-Gyud, which consists of the 87 volumes of one of the classes of Tibetan scriptures.

    It is believed that the Lamas of this gompa are extremely proficient in tantra.

    3. Kungri Gompa –
    Located in the Pin valley, this is the second oldest monastery in Spiti. It was built in 1330 AD as a result of large foreign donations and is made up of three rectangular building blocks, all detached from each other and facing east. This is one of the few monasteries in the valley which shows undebatable evidence of the tantric cult of Buddhism.

    4. Dhankar Gompa –
    This monastery is located on the left bank of the Spiti river and 32 km away from Kaza, at an altitude of nearly 3870 m. The strategic location of the Gompa allowed locals to monitor the entry of foreigners into the valley and get a chance to subvert their attacks.

    5. Kibber –
    Situated at a towering height of 14,200 feet, this gompa is perched on the top of a limestone rock. Kibber is nestled just 16 km away from Kaza and you can easily find a bus to the gompa from the valley in the summers. The gompa is located in a charming little hamlet which is full of lush green hills and refreshing natural beauty.
  10. What are the famous rivers in Lahaul- Spiti?

    Here are the most significant rivers in the valley:

    1. Chandra-Bhaga or Chenab –
    The upper course of the river is famous as Chandra-Bhaga, as it is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers. The two of them meet in Tandi, and as the river makes its way through Lahaul, it lays down thick segments of sedimentary deposits. In the summer, the river is seen in its full glory, and flash floods are pretty common. But during winters, the river is sometimes frozen.

    As it descends through the Western Himalayan ranges, the river starts turning northwesterly towards the cold deserts of Lahaul valley, and here it is known as Chenab. It flows along the northern parts of the Pir Panjal mountain range and enters the Doda region of J&K through a spectacular gorge. After that, the river runs south and enters the plains.

    2. Spiti River –
    It is the largest tributary of the Satluj River and is formed by a variety of small streams. Most of these streams are fed by the snow from various glaciers in the northern Himalayan region in the Spiti Valley. The general direction of the river is south-eastern as it makes its way through the Valley, and it joins the Satluj river at Namgia. Spiti river also drains many streams from the popular Pin Valley area.
  11. What are the best things to do on the Spiti Valley tour?

    1. Enjoy mountain biking: Spiti is one of the best places in the world to enjoy the thrill of mountain biking amidst rugged and high altitude landscapes. You can visit secluded villages, passes like Rohtang Pass & Kunzum Pass, and lakes like Suraj Tal and ChandraTal on your biking trip. This is even more fun as you face and overcome challenges like river crossings, broken roads, and hairpin bends.

    2. Try a yak safari: A yak safari is what takes you closest to the villages and their people including their customs and the local flora and fauna of the stunning Spiti. This age-old method is how the people in the ancient times used to travel on this sturdy and majestic animal and reminds one of the toughness of the people and the conditions in which they lived.

    3. Enjoy white water rafting: One of the most exciting activities to include in your Spiti Valley tour packages is river rafting as you cruise through the stark barren landscape and views of majestic peaks and glaciers.

    This is the best way to reach the nooks and crannies of this stupendous place that no car or bike can take you to. The best rafting happens at Spiti and Pin rivers amidst rapids of grade 3 and 4.

    4. Visit the highest post office in the world: Located at around 14,400 ft. above sea level is the world’s highest post office amidst the secluded landscape of Spiti Valley. The post office has been running since 1983 and is visited by locals and those who seek offbeat adventures in their Spiti Valley tour packages. Due to the harsh winters that Spiti sees, the post office shuts for almost 6 months during winters.

    5. Experience local Himalayan life: The best way to get to know any culture and the way of life is to visit the villages. The people of Spiti belong to the 9th-century sect of Tibetan Buddhism the traditions and customs of which are still followed in its villages like Kibber, Komic, and Langza, etc. The people here are warm and welcoming and you can not only visit the local monasteries but also stay at their homes and try the most authentic Tibetan food.

    6. Take a monastery trail: Spiti has 9 monasteries that transport one to the serenity and tranquillity of Buddhism. These monasteries adorned with traditional Thangka paintings reverberating with chants and their mystic ambience are a must-visit.

    Some of the best ones to visit are the 1000-year-old Cliffside Dhankar Monastery, Tabo Monastery that’s the oldest in India, and the 6th-century Gandhola Monastery. Other monasteries to include in your Spiti Valley tour packages include Key, Kungri, Kardang, Tangled, Tayul, and Shashur Monasteries.

    7. Explore exotic Himalayan wildlife: To see the local Himalayan wildlife head over to the protected areas of the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary and Pin Valley National Park. Besides the frequently seen yaks, you have a chance to spot snow leopards, musk deer, Himalayan blue sheep, Himalayan brown bear, ibex, Tibetan antelopes, etc. in their natural habitat.

  12. What are the famous wildlife sanctuaries in Lahaul- Spiti?

    Here are some of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in the valley:

    1. Great Himalayan National Park –
    Having been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park is spread over a massive area of 754 square km in the valley. It mainly features temperate and alpine forests, along with a scattering of coniferous trees. You can also see enormous areas covered by alpine grasslands and glaciers. The park is home to a variety of Himalayan wildlife species, including cheer, bharal, leopard, snow leopard, brown bears etc. 

    2. Bandli Sanctuary –
    The Bandli Sanctuary is famous for housing the elusive snow leopard, along with the Chir peasant. Tourists from all over the country visit Bandli just to get a glimpse of the majestic animal, and other Himalayan wildlife. 

    3. Chail Wildlife Sanctuary –
    Established in the year 1976, this place is home to a wide variety of wildlife like the Wild Boar, Rhesus Monkeys, Crested Porcupines, Indian Muntjac, and Leopards. The flora of the park is mainly oak and deodar trees, with some grasslands too. Another reason for visiting this stunning park is the Cheer pheasant breeding centre. 

    4. Churdhar Wildlife Sanctuary –
    The main attractions in this park are leopards, musk deer, black bear and barking deer. It offers a unique combination of exotic flora and fauna and a wide variety of birds. You can see Indian peafowl, koklass pheasants, and red jungle fowls here. The main flora seems to be made up of deodar and oak trees, along with a variety of herbs.
  13. Which are the best places to stay in Spiti Valley?

    1. Hotel Spiti Sarai: Offering stupendous views of the Key Monastery and surrounding snow-covered peaks away from the chaos of the tourist places, this is one of the best options to stay at. You can choose from Royal, Premium, and Prime suites and enjoy home-cooked food and customised sightseeing activities here.

    Location: Rangrik, Kaza, Lahaul & Spiti.
    Price: Approximately Rs. 4,000 per person/night.

    2. Grand Dewachen: Translating to the ‘Heaven of Buddha’, this hotel is famous for its architecture of mud walls and Spitian carvings. The property overlooks the high peaks of Spiti and the majestic Key Monastery. On prior request, the hotel arranges for interesting sightseeing tours.

    Location: Kaza and Rangrik, Spiti.
    Price: Approximately Rs. 7,300 per person/night.

    3. Hotel Deyzor: This award-winning hotel, amongst the top in Spiti Valley tour packages, is famous for not only its beautiful traditional architecture but also for its organic garden and a garden café and can be booked in your Spiti valley tours. The in-house restaurant serves delicious Tibetan, Indian, and European meals. It offers a range of rooms like Standard, Superior, and Deluxe with the latest amenities.

    Location: Behind BSNL Office, Kaza.
    Price: Approximately Rs. 1,500 per person/night.

    4. Hotel Snow Lion: This charming hotel offers 14 spacious rooms with private balconies for you to savour the beauty of Spiti. This pet-friendly hotel, amongst the top choices in Spiti Valley packages, has a great on-property restaurant, kitchen garden, a rooftop space for stargazing, and arranges for customised sightseeing tours.

    Location: Kaza, Himachal Pradesh.
    Price: Approximately Rs. 1,500 per person/night.

  14. What to do at night in Spiti Valley?

    1. Stargazing: Topping the bucket list of many, Spiti, due to its high altitude and low pollution levels allows for the best stargazing opportunities in the country. Places like Dhankar, Hikkim, Langza, and Kaza are great to see the Milky Way Galaxy and a sky blazing with a million lights. If you are lucky you can even spot a shooting star here, which is a once in a lifetime experience.

    2. Savour the local traditions: The best way to do this is by including a homestay in your Spiti Valley packages. After a day of sightseeing, the families that you stay with are more than happy to put up a beautiful show of their local songs, dance, and food at night.

    3. Camp amidst wilderness: With its almost barren landscape of high peaks and miles of nothingness, Spiti is as raw and wild as it gets. The best way to savour this is to stay in a camp overnight and soak in the sounds of the local wildlife and the night time beauty of nature at places like Tsupark, Sissu, and Sarchu.

  15. What should I wear in Lahaul-Spiti?

    Here are some of the things you should remember when it comes to what clothes to wear in the valley:

    - You should wear thermals. Carry at least 2-3 pairs so they last long.

    - A windcheater, fleece or windproof jacket to counter the wind

    - Insulated boots that will allow you to trek in the winters. If you are going in summer, sports shoes will be fine.

    - 2-3 pairs of woollen socks

    - 3-4 sets of sweatshirts, pullovers or warm sweaters

    - Trekking pants that are comfortable and warm

    - 1-2 caps to protect yourself from harsh sunlight in the summers and cold wind in the winters. In winters, you can also carry a balaclava.

    - A pair of sunglasses to protect yourself from reflections from the white snow.

    - Hand gloves to protect your hands from the cold.
  16. What Mistakes People should avoid while going to Lahaul-Spiti Trip?

    Here are some of the most common mistakes you should avoid when planning your trip to the valley:

    1. Ignoring acclimatization –
    No matter how fit and strong you are, how much you train every day, or how much protein you eat – everybody needs to acclimatize to the higher altitude irrespective of fitness level, age and sex. So make sure that you give your body enough time to get used to the lower oxygen levels.

    2. Ignoring road safety measures when driving to the valley –
    Most people tend to underestimate how treacherous the passage to the valley is. No matter how many miles you have under your belt and how many times you have passed Rohtang, Lahaul-Spiti is an entirely different beast, and we recommend taking appropriate precautions if you are driving there yourself.

    3. Not planning the trip –
    Lahaul-Spiti is a very volatile region when it comes to its geography and weather. If the weather worsens or you get stuck somewhere, it can lead to dire consequences. That is why we recommend planning your trip meticulously with every detail outlined.

    4. Taking small babies with them –
    This is highly dangerous for the baby as well as the adult. Children have an extremely hard time adjusting to low oxygen levels and they are also more prone to altitude sickness. If anything like that happens, their conditions can quickly become worse. 

    5. Drinking alcohol before going –
    No matter how much experience you have with alcohol, do not take this warning lightly. Excessive amounts of alcohol along with tobacco smoking and other depressant drugs can lower respiratory drive and worsen the symptoms of altitude sickness.

    6. Making a 4-5-day plan for the valley –
    To fully enjoy the gorgeous landscapes the valley has to offer; 4-5 days are not enough. When planning your trip, make sure you have at least 10 days set aside for the Lahaul-Spiti circuit.
  17. Which are some famous campsites in Spiti Valley?

    1. Goldrops Camp: Known for its location amidst the snow-capped mountains and acres of the barren landscape of Sissu, this is one of the best camps to stay at. They offer comfortable camps, great food, parking, and local sightseeing.

    2. Bhaga Eco Camp: Located at the banks of Bhaga River in Jispa, this campsite offers spacious tents with attached European washrooms. You can enjoy a bonfire, stargazing, trekking, bird watching, and nature trails at this amazing campsite.

    3. Pallha Ecotourism: Located at Tsupark, this camping farm offers an unbeatable camping experience that is not only fun but also in line with sustainable practices for preserving the fragile Spiti ecosystem. You can enjoy organic farm walks, nature trails, stargazing, and bonfire here.

    4. Juniper Valley Camps: Lose yourself in the stunning beauty of Spiti as you stay at this luxury campsite that offers European, Continental, American, and Mod-American tent options. The site offers free WiFi, campfire, delicious food, mountain biking, hiking, and stargazing facilities.

    5. HMRA Luxury Camp: Located at the beautiful Sarchu, this pet-friendly campsite offers not only stupendous views of the surrounding Himalayan landscape but also a private garden, an on-property restaurant, and fun sightseeing activities.

  18. What are the Hidden Gems of Lahaul-Spiti?

    Here are some of the most important hidden gems in the valley:

    1. Dhankar lake –
    Located an hour and a half drive away from the monastery of the same name, the lake is a largely ignored destination in the valley. But the road to the lake is perhaps one of the most serene and picturesque routes in the region, and once you reach, you will be stunned by the peaceful and tranquil nature of the area.

    2. Langza –
    This small hamlet is considered one of the highest in the world, and probably the only one that is still accessible via roads. The village is home to a wide variety of endangered Himalayan wildlife including snow leopards, Himalayan griffon, Tibetan wolves etc.

    3. Nako Village –
    If you are taking the Kinnaur route, Nako is an unmissable destination with its breathtaking Nako lake and snow-capped mountain peaks. Encircled by winding roads and lanes, you will feel as if you have stepped in a maze at Nako.

    4. Tabo caves –
    Preferred by many monks in the area for meditation, the caves are perfect to enjoy the picturesque views of the Himalayas in divine silence. The caves also feature one of the oldest monasteries in India.
  19. Which are some best treks in Spiti valley?

    1. Pin Parvati trek: One of the most thrilling treks that take you to an altitude of almost 17, 457 ft. is certainly an experience of a lifetime. This 9-day trek, starting from Barsheni, takes you through scenic meadows, streams, secluded villages, and the famous Kunzum Pass & Parvati River. This trek goes through extremely rugged terrain, making it perfect for seasoned trekkers.

    2. Chandratal trek via Hampta Pass: This moderate level trek takes you to one of the most beautiful lakes in the country through rugged trails, barren landscape interspersed with bright colours of wildflower patches, and stunning views of the mountains. The 5-day trek starts from Manali and goes through Balu ka Gera and Shira Gorh to reach Hampta Pass, Batal, Chattru, Kunzum Pass to finally reach the lake.

    3. Mount Kanamo trek: Located near Kibber and Tashi Gang villages, this almost 19,600 ft. is every trekker’s dream. Perfect for experienced trekkers, this 5-day trek takes one through arduous terrain and conditions of low oxygen and high altitude, but rewards with views of almost 35 summits of Ladakh, Kullu, and Kinnaur valleys.

  20. What is the status of road in Lahaul-Spiti?

    The Lahaul-Spiti valley is located at an altitude of 3350 meters above the sea level and receives a lot of snowfall during the winter months, that is October to May. The temperatures go as low as -20 degrees in these months, and that is why there is a heavy snowfall.

    As a result, the region is cut off from the adjoining areas and most of the roads like Manali to Keylong, Keylong to Kaza, and Keylong to Leh are closed. Even though the Shimla to Kaza road stays open throughout the year, it is impossible to go ahead from Kaza due to the roads being blocked by snowfall.
  21. What are the most romantic things to do in Spiti Valley?

    1. Spend time stargazing: Spiti is one of the best places in the country to spend serene time with your partner under a brilliantly lit sky. At places like Hikkim and Kaza, you can even spot the Milky Way Galaxy and shooting stars.

    2. Go off-roading: Spiti’s rugged terrain is perfect for couples that love the thrill & adventure of riding or driving a 4X4. You can go for long rides and spend time at the high mountain passes and serene glassy lakes away from the hustle-bustle of the tourist places.

    3. Take a lakeside walk: Spiti lets you spend tranquil romantic time at the lakeside of Chandratal, the most beautiful lakes in the country. Enjoy a picnic lunch and see the sun and clouds cast shadows on the stark barren mountains.

  22. How much does a trip to Spiti valley cost?

    The cost of a trip to Spiti is largely dependent on the food and accommodation options you choose. 

    The entire circuit will take at least 10 days to cover. Coming to accommodation options first, you can choose between Dhaba tents, guesthouse, homestays, medium-range hotels or 5-star hotels. The cost of each of them would approximately be:

    - Dhaba tent – INR 100 per day
    - Guesthouse or homestay – INR 250-400 per day
    - Medium hotel – INR 700-1500 per day
    - 5-star hotels – INR 3000 per day

    Similarly, when it comes to meals, the cost can be:

    - INR 50-70 per meal per person if you dine at a Dhaba
    - INR 150-200 per meal per person if it is a hotel

    The cost of the meal also depends on whether you choose Vegetarian or non-vegetarian options.

    Some other things that will add to your expenses are:

    - Miscellaneous things like permit fees, entry fees to monasteries, toll fees etc. will come to be roughly INR 900 to 1200 per day.

    - Activities that you will participate in like paragliding, rafting, mountain biking etc will also incur additional charges.

    - Shopping

    - Bike rides or self-driven cars will incur fuel charges that can be INR 1000-1200 per day. If you rent a bike or a car, it can be between INR 9000-11000 per day.

    Thus, considering all these things, the cost of your trip to the valley is largely dependent on what options you choose. If you are okay with decent comfort and decent food, the entire trip can be covered in INR 80,000 to 120,000. The cost will be higher if you want to stay in luxury hotels, rent a vehicle, drive your own car, or participate in adventure sports.
  23. What is the best time to visit Spiti Valley?

    The best time to visit Spiti is between March-September. This is when the weather is extremely pleasant & cool for you to try treks, sightsee, spend time in the wondrous outdoors, and avail the best Spiti Valley holiday packages.

    Those who love snow and dare to bear sub-zero temperatures can visit in winters from the Shimla side to enjoy trekking, spotting snow leopards, and enjoying a homestay.

  24. How do I get to Spiti Valley from Manali?

    Spiti, located around 200 kilometres from Manali, can be reached via the two HRTC buses that ply daily between the 2 places. This is an economical albeit a slower way to reach. Alternatively, you can ride, self-drive, and even rent a private or a shared cab.

  25. Which network works in Spiti?

    Here are some facts regarding what networks work best in the valley:

    - BSNL is the best option in Spiti. You can also opt for MTNL. Both prepaid and postpaid connections of these two networks are okay in the valley, although the network quality may not be that great.

    - The phone connectivity on routes to the valley only have intermittent connectivity.

    - Tabo Valley, Losar and a bunch of other areas have no network.

    - Winters affect network quality in the region.
  26. Is Lahaul-Spiti dangerous?

    No, Lahaul Spiti is not dangerous for tourists. Thousands of people undertake the journey every year and come back without any incidents. 

    As long as you take certain precautions like driving carefully, allowing your body to get used to the altitude and staying away from contentious areas bordering China, you will be completely safe.
  27. Which is better, Leh or Spiti?

    Making a choice between two places that have unparalleled beauty is quite difficult. Ladakh, unlike anything that you might have read about it, throws an expected surprise with its stunning landscape of high altitude lakes, stark barren valleys, the Khardung Pass that’s considered to be the highest motorable pass in the world, and several challenging summits.

    All of this and the fact that its tourism infrastructure has developed well over the years has made Ladakh’s into a crowded place, except during the winters.

    Spiti, on the other hand, despite its rustic & secluded villages, gorgeous 1000-year-old monasteries, picturesque lakes, the highest post office & motorable village in the world is still less crowded. The tourism infrastructure is still developing and quite a bit of the valley remains inaccessible. You need to hike to reach places like Dhankar and Chandratal Lake since there are no motorable roads.

  28. How many days are enough for Spiti Valley?

    You need a minimum of 7-8 days to do justice to a place like Spiti. This time is enough to visit the secluded off-point villages, see the monasteries, spend time with the local people, and try the amazing Tibetan food here.

  29. What is Lahaul-Spiti famous for?

    Here are some of the best places that make the valley so famous:

    1. Chandratal Lake –
    Literally translating to the moon lake, this lake is crescent-shaped and is located 7-8 km from the Kunzum Pass. It is one of the major attractions in the region because of its divine natural beauty and pristine surroundings.

    2. Key Monastery –
    This is one of the largest monasteries in the region and is home to one of the most important idols of Buddha in the Dhyana position. You can also find many books and murals here.

    3. Kunzum Pass –
    Situated on the eastern end of the Kunzum range, this pass offers a glimpse of the picturesque landscape of the valley along with stunning views of the Chandra Bhaga range.

    4. Pin Valley national park –
    Home to some of the most important Himalayan wildlife species like snow leopards and Ibex, the place is set amidst the frozen river valley of Pin region.

    5. Suraj Tal –
    The lake is located just below the Baralacha pass, and is a stunning destination offering dream-like views of the mountains.

    6. Kibber –
    This hamlet is located 4205 m above sea level and is considered one of the highest villages in the world.
  30. How many days are enough for Lahaul-Spiti?

    You will need at least 9-10 days to complete the circuit and get the most out of your visit to the valley.
  31. Is Spiti Valley worth visiting?

    Spiti Valley is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and worth every second of your time. Where else can you visit the highest post office in the world (Hikkim), visit centuries-old cliffside monasteries, see the highest village in the world (Kibber) and savour the gorgeous beauty of pristine mountain lakes and high passes like Baralacha La and Kunzum.

  32. How far is Lahaul-Spiti from Manali?

    Manali is located 32 km from Lahaul and 196 km from Spiti.
  33. How much does a trip to Spiti Valley cost?

    A 9-day Spiti Valley holiday packages trip will approximately cost between Rs. 11,000-12,000. This includes the cost of your accommodation, food, and local travel. This cost can be brought down if you decide you stay in a homestay and opt for shared transport.

  34. Is Spiti Valley safe?

    Yes, absolutely. Despite having a tough and challenging landscape that includes barren stretches of land, high passes, and roads with steep drops, if you have a good vehicle and have some experience driving on mountain roads, this can be one of the best trips of your lifetime.

  35. Is there network in Lahaul-Spiti?

    Not all parts of Lahaul Spiti have network coverage. The main valleys and highways do have some connectivity for BSNL and MTNL networks, but the remote villages are completely disconnected.
  36. How do you get to Lahaul-Spiti from Delhi?

    - By road –
    Take a bus from Delhi to Shimla or Manali, and then travel by local buses to the valley either via Hindustan-Tibetan highway or Leh-Manali Highway.

    - By train –
    The nearest railway station is in Shimla. You can reach here via train, and then take a bus or cab to the valley.

    - By air –
    The nearest airport is in Bhuntar, in Kullu. You can take a flight to Chandigarh from Delhi, and then to Bhunter. After that, you will have to take a cab to the valley, or travel to Manali from where you can get a bus to Lahaul-Spiti.
  37. What is the Best Time to Visit Lahaul-Spiti?

    The best time to visit the valley is from May  to June. This is because no matter what route you are taking, the road conditions are not favourable during the rest of the year. 

    Manali Leh highway is completely closed during the rest of the year as the Rohtang pass is covered with snow. The Hindustan Tibet highway is not closed, but the road conditions are extremely dangerous to drive here. 

    Additionally, the monsoon season brings heavy landslides and avalanches in the region. Although Spiti is a rain shadow area, the route itself is extremely dangerous due to the rough terrain and torrential rainfalls in the Himalayas. This makes for extremely unfavorable driving conditions..

    So, unless you have an experienced driver, it is not recommended to go to Lahaul Spiti in winters or monsoons. Plan your trip between May and June.
  38. What can you buy in Lahaul-Spiti?

    Lahaul-Spiti is famous for:

    - Tibetan Artefacts 
    - Paintings 
    - Jewellery 
    - Woodwork 
    - Woollen Clothes
    - Prayer Wheels 
    - Pots Of Brass And Copper 
    - Work Baskets 
    - Beads 
    - Carved Wooden Tables 
    - Shawls 
    - Buddha Statues 
    - Singing Bowls
  39. Which local food is famous in Lahaul-Spiti?

    The most famous cuisine in the region is Tibetan and it is part of most of the food consumed in Lahaul and Spiti. You can find many delicious Tibetan dishes in the region like Thupkas. You can also find many non-vegetarian options such as mutton, lamb, yak, and chicken, and even freshwater fish dishes.
  40. Is there snow in Lahaul-Spiti in June?

    Depending on the time of the month you are travelling, there may or may not be any snow in the valley itself. However, you are sure to find snow at the top of Rohtang pass and Kunzum pass in June. 
    Rohtang pass is covered with ample snow almost throughout the year. Although, there is a good chance that you won’t see any snow in the valley itself later in the year – that is near October and November.
  41. How far is Lahaul-Spiti from Shimla?

    Shimla is located 169 km away from Lahaul-Spiti valley.
  42. Can we go to Lahaul-Spiti by car?

    Yes, you can drive to Lahaul Spiti by car. However, the roads connecting Spiti are not great, so it is necessary that your car should have good clearance. The route from Manali to Kaza is especially rough, and it gets even worse in monsoons as there are multiple water crossings during this time.

    That is why it is not easy to take a small car or a sedan during this time. So, you can take a car, yes, but you need to be extremely careful, pick the right car, and get an experienced driver.
  43. Can kids go to Lahaul-Spiti?

    Although there is no age limit on travelling to Lahaul-Spiti, it is not recommended to take very small children to the valley. Here are the reasons why:

    - Kids are more prone to altitude sickness.

    - They usually get agitated and don’t understand the risks of travelling in such rough terrain. Consequently, they can get in trouble.

    - You will have to pack a lot of additional things which can get cumbersome for you.

    - In case of an emergency, medical facilities available in the region are not very advanced.

    Thus, we do not recommend taking children here, but if you have to, don’t take a kid younger than 1 year and 18 months of age, as very small infants can be dangerously affected by altitude sickness.
  44. Which car is best for Lahaul-Spiti?

    The best car for Lahaul-Spiti is an SUV, whether it is a 2-wheel drive or a 4x4. The reason SUVs are preferred is because they provide good clearance which is necessary for the rough road conditions in Spiti. With an SUV, you will be able to take the car almost anywhere as it can handle the rough terrain very well.
  45. Do we need a permit for Lahaul-Spiti?

    You do not need a permit to visit Lahaul Spiti if you are an Indian citizen. The only permit needed in the region by an Indian citizen  is if they are crossing the Rohtang pass to enter Spiti from Manali. A vehicle permit is needed in such cases to cross the pass whether you are coming by your own vehicle, or with a rented one.

    For foreign nationals, the Inner Line Permit is needed for visiting the upper parts of Lahaul-Spiti and Kinnaur valley, as these are all protected areas near international borders.
  46. Which Pass separates Lahaul from Spiti?

    Kunzum la or Kunzum pass, located at a height of 4551 m is the entrance pass that separates Spiti Valley from Lahaul. The pass is located 21 km away from Chandra Tal.
  47. How to prepare myself if I am visiting Lahaul for the first time?

    One of the major problems faced by people when visiting Lahaul for the first time is altitude sickness. This is due to the high atmospheric pressure and less oxygen concentration in the air.

    To get used to this, you can start working out lightly and increase your lung capacity by doing cardio workouts. When you do visit the valley, you should try to take breaks when climbing so that your body can get used to the changes in the atmosphere. Additionally, avoid consuming alcohol or smoking tobacco during the trip as these things tend to decrease respiratory drive.
  48. Is local transportation available at Lahaul- Spiti?

    Yes, local buses are available in the valley. Most of them are run by HRTC and reaching your destination will not be a problem at all. However, it should be noted that the buses are mostly time-bound and services are only available a few times a day. So, you will have to manage your trip according to the bus timetable. Alternatively, you can also hire a taxi for the trip, if budget is not a concern.
  49. What should be the average budget for a trip to Lahaul- Spiti?

    An average trip of 10 days to Lahaul Spiti can cost anywhere between INR 80,000 to INR 1,00,000 per person. The cost largely depends on your accommodation options, food options, and what activities you take part in.
  50. Is there an ATM available?

    Spiti-Lahaul valley are well-connected areas with plenty of ATMs available in towns like Rampur, Kaza, Peo, Sangla, Reckong Peo and Sarahan. However, the availability of ATM machines is not a problem – but the availability of cash in the machines is. Some machines don’t have any cash for days. That is why it is recommended to withdraw most of your money in Shimla itself.
  51. Which are the best homestays in Lahaul-Spiti?

    Here are the best homestay options in the valley:

    1. Tenzi Homestay Langza –
    Starting at INR 700 per person, the place offers rooms with common bathrooms and breakfast and dinner included in the tariff. You can get a room with attached bathrooms at INR 1000 too.

    2. Khabri Homestay Lhalung –
    The place also offers rooms at INR 700 per night. You will have to share common bathrooms, but the silver lining is that breakfast and dinners are included.

    3. Rabsal Homestay Dhankar –
    This place offers some of the most gorgeous views of the valley and the double-bedded rooms come with common bathrooms. These rooms are quite large and can accommodate 5-6 people at a time.

    4. Manirang Homestay –
    Get delicious breakfast and dinners, comfortable rooms, and clean bathrooms at this budget homestay in Dhangkar village of Spiti Valley.
  52. How To reach Lahaul-Spiti?

    - By Road – here you have two options:

    1. Lahaul-Spiti Valley via Manali
    In this route, you will take the Manali to Rohtang Road, leading to Keylong and will need to obtain a permit to cross the Rohtang Pass. The journey is only 5 hours, but this route is closed during the winters, so we recommend planning your itinerary in advance.

    2. Lahaul-Spiti Valley via Shimla
    This is the most scenic way to reach the valley. You will be taking the NH22 highway via Sangla Valley, to reach Nako. Then you will continue to Tabo in Spiti. The journey will take 10 hours and you can easily get a bus from Shimla for the same. 

    - By train:
    The nearest railway station to the valley is in Shimla, which is well connected to Chandigarh. You can reach Lahaul by taking a train or catching a flight to Chandigarh. From Chandigarh, you can then travel via bus or train to Shimla. From Shimla, you can easily get a bus to the valley. You can also take a cab for the journey ahead.

    - By air:
    The nearest airport to the valley is in Bhuntar, Kullu. There are several flights directly connected to Bhunter, and you can reach the airport from all major Indian cities like Delhi, Chandigarh and Shimla. The airport is located 160 km away from Keylong in Lahaul-Spiti and 40 km away from Manali. To reach Keylong, you will have to take a detour through Manali.

    First, take a bus from the airport to Manali, and then from Manali to Keylong. The journey from Manali to Keylong will take just 6 hours.