Day 1 : Shimla To Chitkul/Sangla
Day 2 : Chitkul to Kalpa
Day 3 : Kalpa to Nako/Tabo
Day 4 : Nako/Tabo to Kaza
Day 5 : Kaza | Key Monastery | Kibber
Day 6 : Chicham Bridge Chandra Taal Lake
Day 7 : Manali | Depart for Delhi
|Double Sharing||19499 / Person|
|Triple Occupancy||18499 / Person|
Volvo Transfers from Delhi to Shimla and Manali to Delhi.Sightseeing by Tempo Traveler/Innova/Ertiga/Scorpio.
Sightseeing by Tempo Traveler/Innova/Ertiga/Scorpio.
Accommodation: 6 Nights (Hotels/Camps/Homestays)
Meals (6 Breakfasts and 6 Dinner) only in Stays.
Team Leader throughout the trip.
Availability of oxygen 24x7 in case of any emergency.
All applicable toll, parking, and driver charges.
All inner line permits.
The package doesn't include the cost of any form of insurance, rescue, evacuation, hospitalization, and entry tickets.
Other expenses such as drinks and tips are not included.
Any additional expenses such as of personal nature. Additional accommodation/food costs incurred due to any delayed travel.
5% GST (If applicable)
Any lunch and other meals not mentioned in Package Inclusions.
Any Airfare / Rail fare other than what is mentioned in “Inclusions” or any type of transportation.Package Inclusions.
Parking and monument entry fees during sightseeing.
Additional Costs due to Flight Cancellations, Landslides, Roadblocks, and other natural calamities.
Any other services not specified above in inclusions.
There are two routes to reach Spiti. One is via Manali while the other is via Shimla. Shimla route is considered to be one of the best routes to reach Spiti Valley especially when it comes to winter Spiti road trips. The gradual ascend makes it easy for people to get acclimatized to the high altitude and weather conditions. Not to mention that the views in the backdrop of the Hindustan-Tibet highway make it all the more worth it.
Spiti Valley or ‘Little Tibet’ as it is famously called, is a landscape that seems to be carved out of a painting. The virgin villages, snow-covered mastiffs, treacherous pass, and beautiful lakes make Spiti one of the most stunning places in India. Like any other mountainous place, for your Spiti trip to be memorable and safe, it is very important to understand the place in relation to weather and seasons and decide the best time to visit Spiti valley accordingly. The summer months of March-June are considered to be the best to visit Spiti not only due to the pleasant weather but also fewer crowds. For that perfect winter vacation, the months of October-February are the best time to visit Spiti. This is when the landscape is frosted in white and one can see the elusive wildlife and the striking frozen waterfalls and lakes.
Individuals who are not accustomed to higher elevations may experience altitude sickness. AMS symptoms include: 1. Symptoms of Light: Appetite loss Sleep deprivation Urine passage is difficult. 2. Mild Symptoms: This is a bad headache. Breathing irregularities Nausea Mild sluggishness 3. Severe Symptoms: Hand and face swelling Dizzinness Standing is difficult. The heart gurgles There is no energy. It can be alleviated or avoided by slowing the rate of ascent - for this reason, we usually recommend at least 7 days for a tour of the valley, allowing plenty of time to gradually ascend. If anyone in the group continues to feel ill, there is enough time in the itinerary for them to have a relaxing morning until they feel better! Pain relievers and extra fluids can usually help.
Jio works there either it's Pre-Paid or Postpaid but the BSNL network has the wide coverage inn Spiti Valley.
As, it's a cold dry dessert area in the altitude of approximate 15,000 ft. the weather in Spiti can be extreme with the situations varying from morning daylight to the night . In Summers the temperature can be 20-25 centigrade in the day and 18-20 centigrade by the night time.