Spiti jeep safari, rated as best road trip in India by lonely planet publication. The rugged and remote Spiti offers one of the greatest road trip to adventure seekers. The breath taking views and cascading waterfalls adds to the enigma of raw beauty of this land.
Spiti Valley means land between Tibet and Ladakh is also known as Little Tibet has stunning landscape of snow-capped peaks and sprawling valleys. The fertile lahaul is separated from Spiti valley by kunzum La, an enigmatic pass at 4551m/14790 ft. The scattered villages amid green barley fields and roaring Spiti river are constant companion running along the broad valley before turning south at Sumdo, into the gorges of Hangrang Valley.
Detailed Itinerary Participation cost:15900.00 onwards Departure: June/ July/ Aug/ Sept Duration: 07 Nights & 08 Days Accommodation: Resorts/Deluxe Hotels/ Camp Occupancy: Twin sharing Meals: All meals included package Areas Covered: Manali/ Solang/ Losar/Kaza/ Tabo/ Chandra Taal/ Manali Activities: Moderate walks, road travel
Day 01: Manali – Solang Valley
Picked up from Manali bus stand, arrive at camp in Solang valley. After Breakfast you proceed for sightseeing in Solang Valley followed by leisurely lunch. Today you will hike to the heritage village as part of acclimatization process. Evening relax with tea snacks & bonfire with light music at camp followed by dinner.
Day 02: Solang Valley – Kaza
After early Breakfast you
will move to kaza by jeep (3142m.) This 8 hours arduous journey unfolds the pleasure of witnessing most beautiful Chatru and Losar, wind chiseled landscape and two spectacular Mountain passes Rohtang and Kunzum La.
Overnight stay at Kaza. Check-in and enjoy welcome drink followed by Bonfire and dinner.
Day 03: Kaza – Khibber – Kaza
After breakfast you proceed to visit KEE monastery at Khibber village, it is a beautiful village perched high in the Spiti Valley at 4270 mtr/14,200 ft. The Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary and village lies in a narrow valley on the summit of a limestone rock. It is located 16 km from Kaza.. Spend the day exploring this picturesque village. Overnight stay in kaza with bon fire and dinner.
Day 04: Kaza – Tabo
After Breakfast proceed to Tabo village. Chos-Khor Monastery at Tabo was founded more than a millennium back in 996 A.D., the Year of the Fire Ape by the Tibetan Calendar. Untouched by the tribulations of humanity, a heaven in its own sense, it has preserved the glorious heritage, traditions and culture of Buddhism through the passage of centuries, withholding its institution with utter purity. Explore the souvenir shops near Monastery. Overnight at Tabo village.
Day 05: Tabo – Mud Village
After breakfast explore places around Tabo, around mid morning leave for Mud village in Pin Parvati Valley. Relish the unexplored, serene and charming hamlet of the most beautiful area of Spiti. Overnight stay at Mud village.
Day 06: Mud Village – Chandra Taal
After breakfast leave Mud for Chandra Taal, the Lake of the Moon, situated at an altitude of about 4,300 mtr (14,100 ft) in the Himalayan Mountains The name of the lake originates from its crescent shape. Over night camping in Chandra Taal. Experience the beautiful lake under star studded sky and morning light.
Day 07: Chandra Taal – Solang Valley
After breakfast spend time relaxing by Chandra Taal then proceed to Solang valley enjoying the picturesque beauty of Losur and Kunzum La and Rohtang. Overnightstay at Solang valley Camp, relax and rejuvenate.
Day 08: Solang Valley to Manali
After breakfast check out from Solang valley Camp. Explore Manali, check the local market and depart from Manali to onward destination.
Accommodation as per the Itinerary at above mentioned Hotels/similar
Daily Breakfast +Lunch + Dinner
Transfers and sightseeing as per Itinerary by Vehicle.
Services of tour escort throughout the trip
All taxes and Levis to government
Any Airfare/ Bus Fare/Train Fare.
Any food other than mentioned.
Entrances tickets/ Camera fee for the temples, monuments and parks.
Porter age at hotels and airports, tips, insurance, laundry, liquors, wine all items of personal nature
Any cost arising due to natural calamities like landslides, roadblocks, etc.
Any increase in taxes or fuel leading to an increase in surface transport
Damages/ claims of any nature.
Anything not mentioned in inclusions.