DAY 01: – Chandigarh Shimla
We start our journey by sightseeing in Shimla. A stroll in famous Mall Road and Ridge area is on the cards. As we view the church, Lakkar bazaar, Scandal Point and city market we experience the history of India during Colonial British times..
DAY 2: – Shimla – Sarhan
Post breakfast , we will begin our journey to Sarhan from Shimla. Crossing the Wangtu bridge, we expect to reach Sarhan before nightfall, for night stay. If time permits we might also be able to enjoy the views of the Sarhan Bird Sanctuary and Bhim Kali temple.Spiti trip
DAY 3 and 4: – Sarhan – Sangla
Two whole days in Sangla, give us the chance to drink in the sights of the city, view the simplicity of village life, explore nature trails and apple orchards. What a better way to relax than a stroll to the riverside and tiny rivulets. This stay will be helping us acclimatize ourselves for the upcoming higher altitudes
DAY 5: – Sangla – Kalpa
Famous for magnificent meadows and wonderful apple orchards, we visit Kalpa village. Here we encounter Reckong Peo, a modest town, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district , from where we commence most of the journeys into the amazing Spiti Valley. A romantic getaway, our hotel welcomes you here as you find yourself between apple and cherry orchards.
DAY 6: – Kalpa – Tabo
The next place to visit is the beautiful Tabo monastery with a history of about 1000 years. It is amongst the oldest Buddhist monasteries in the world. Known for its artifacts and Thanka paintings, here you will come across the famous pillar of a thousand Buddhas. Recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site, the entrance speaks volumes with its earthen walls, and frescoes. The entire complex occupies around 6300 sq.kms. You will witness the different stages in Buddha’s life in the paintings here along with Jataka tales in Tibetan style. Later, we visit the spiritualized caves within the mountains, used by the monks for their soul searching and meditation. A visit to Nako lake followed by visit to Giu, with the mummy of a Buddhist monk is on the cards.
DAY 7: – Tabo – Dhankar – Pin Valley
We commence this day by driving to Dhankar lake., which is the old capital of Spiti, while it was ruled by kings. We find the ruins of a 16th century monastery and an ancient castle. On the top of a mountain, we find the actual town, which overlooks the entire valley. A walk of about 90 minutes and we reach Dhankar lake, and Pin Valley with wondrous streams and beautiful birds and animals.
DAY 8: – Pin – Langza – Hikkim – Komic – Kaza
As we approach Kaza, which is the capital of Spit, we pass through Langza, Hikkim and Koumik,. Koumik has the deposits of old fossils as its primary attraction in the Langthis Natura Fossil Center. From there, we go to the Komik monastery, the highest in the world and another monastery destroyed in 1975 by the earthquake, near Hikkim.
DAY 9: – Kaza – Ki – Kibber – Chandratal
We drive on Kibber road, today, to visit Ki monastery. This monastery belongs to the Gelupga Sect of Tibetan Buddhism and is located at an altitude of 4120 meters. We will spend our time exploring the paintings and ancient manuscripts before driving towards Kibber village, the biggest in this region of Lahaul-Spiti. This place is a feast for lovers of the wildlife. As the sun sets, we will reach Chandratal lake to enjoy the view of the reflection of the sun in the quiet waters. We spend the night in campsite.
DAY 10: – Chandratal to Keylong
After Breakfast we shall leave for Keylong, overnight stay at Keylong.
Day 11: – Keylong Udaipur Killar
After Breakfast we shall check out and move towatds Udaipur visit to Trilokinath Temple there and thereafter shall leave for Killar (Pangi) overnight stay at Pangi
Day 12: – Trella Bhanodi Gompa Bairagarh
After Breakfast we shall leave for Trella via Sach Pass full view of snow mountains and on arrival shall check in trhe camp, overnight stay at Trella
Day 13: – Jasaurgarh Gompa
After Breakfast we shall visit Bhanodi Gompa of Bairagarh and after full day sightseeing we shall leave for Jasaurgarh, overnight stay in Camps
Day 14: – Chamba
After Breakfast we shall see pay visit to the Avalokiteswara Jasaurgarh Gompa and thereafter shall leave for Chamba, overnight stay at Chamba
Day 15: – Chamba Bharmour and Chatrari
After Breakfast we shall leave for Bharmour and then on the way back to Chamba Chatrari Temple, overnight stay at Chamba
Dharamraj Temple, Bharmani Mata Temple and Chatrari Temple
Day 16: – Chamba Khajjiar Dalhousie Pathankot Drop
After Breakfast we shall leave for Khajjiar sightseing at Khajjiar and thereafter towards Dalhousie and then leave for Pathankot for dropping please for the onwards journey to Way Back Home with beautiful memories of the tour please
Tour End with happiest memories
- Room with Breakfast and Dinner on SGL /Dbl Sharing Bases.
- Accommodation in Camp as per program
- All transfers and sightseeing in An AC /Non AC car .
- All fuel, parking, toll, state taxes & driver allowances of the Car.
- Mineral Water per person per day
- All applicable hotel taxes.
- Lunch or Dinner
- Any Flight Ticket / Any Train Tickets /Visa Fee
- Any Personal Expensed /Travel Insurance
- Tips to Guide or Driver /Any Monument Entrance
- Still Camera or Video Camera Fees
- Any New Tex / Fées Impose by Govt.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
- As of now no accommodation is on hold and rooms are purely subject to availability at the time of confirmation of the tour.
- The tour cost does not include medical insurance.
- The tour cost is based on the confirmed pax traveling together any increase or decrease in the number of pax will influence the tour cost.
- The tour price is subject to increase without any notice if this rate substantially changes prior to departure.
- We would need 100% advance payment for this tour.
- Early check-in and late check-out are subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed.
- 15% advance on booking confirmation will be non refundable.
- 25% deduction before 7 days from date of Arrival.
- 50% deduction within 7 days from date of Arrival.
- 100% deduction within 48 hours from date of Arrival.