Itinerary of Spiti valley

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Itinerary of Spiti valley

Overview

Himachal Pradesh is renowned for its scenic beauty and hence is a famous tourism destination. Himachal Pradesh is renowned for its picture-perfect views and mesmerizing scenic beauty and also offers multiple trekking opportunities. Kinnaur Lahaul Spiti region is heaven for adventure seekers.

The splendid beauty of the inner Himalayas beyond the snowline showcases the uncovered beauty of the majestic mountain ranges. During your holiday trip to Himachal Pradesh, you can experience some of the exciting and thrilling treks of the Parangla Pass, Baba Pass, Hampta Pass, and Pin Parvati Pass.

The trip to Spiti valley along with the Chandra Tal lake from Chandigarh is a lifetime experience you will enjoy.

All about the itinerary of Spiti Valley
Day 01: From Chandigarh to Narkanda

On the very first day, you arrive at Chandigarh airport or station and begin your exciting trip to Narkanda. This journey is of about 8 hours, and along the way, you will come across mesmerizing villages.

Like Theog, Fagu Matiana, Narkanda, and the beautiful apple orchards. When you arrive at Narkanda, get to your hotel, relax and stay overnight.

Day 02: Narkanda to Sangla via Sarahan

Get up early and begin your journey to Kinnaur Sangla via Sarahan. This place is renowned for its beauty and is a famous tourist spot on your way to Spiti valley; it is also sated as the gateway to Kinnaur valley. Many scenic tourist destinations like Hattu peak, which has an altitude of 3400m, are on the way, waiting to be explored.

Along with the majestic peaks, other destinations like the traditional wooden carved temple of Goddess Kali, Cricket ground, Hawa mahal, and the oldest mahal of the King of Himachal are also exciting places you can explore.

Day 03: Chitkul Sangla Valley Excursion

Get up early and set for an enjoyable journey of the Chitkul Sangla valley. Firstly, you will visit the Kamru village and Kamru Fort, which are dedicated to Goddess Kamakshi Devi. Sangla village is a scenic place with untouched beauty and is famous for its amazing sloping architecture and pretty charm.

The locals of Sangla village are warm-hearted and welcoming. Chitkul village is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibetan border, and you can also enjoy exploring this pretty village. After exploring the mesmerizing beauty of the Baspa valley, return to your hotel and enjoy your stay.

Day 04: Sangla to Kalpa

On the 4th day of your Spiti valley trip, you will be enjoying the ride to Kalpa village. Within 2 to 3 hours of your journey, you will be exploring the tourist spots like Recongpeo, the district headquarters of Kinnaur district. At Recnogpeo, you can taste the delicious food of the local restaurant. After enjoying the lip-smacking food, you will continue your journey to Kalpa and Roghi villages.

These two villages are famous for the production of apples and apricots. Along with the fruits, you can explore the beauty of Mount Kinner Kailash. In the evening, get back to your hotel, take a walk in the surrounding area and then enjoy your stay in the hotel.

Day 05: Kalpa to Tabo

On the 5th day, enjoy a 9 to 10 hours exciting drive to Tabo. Along the journey, you will be able to enjoy some splendid tourist spots. Some of them are Puh, Gue, and Nako villages which are the last villages on the Indo-Tibetan border. Over here, you can visit the naturally preserved mummy of a Buddhist monk who was almost 600 years old. Get to your hotel by evening and relax.

Day 06: Tabo to Kaza

On this day, You will visit the Tabo monastery, the oldest monastery in the Himalayas. After the visit to the monastery, your 3 hours journey towards Kaza will begin. The Dhankar village, monastery, and fort will be waiting on the way for you to explore. On arriving in Kaza, you can take a walk in the surrounding areas or just relax in your hotel.

Day 07: Kaza Excursion

Enjoy the drive towards Lagnza village, and wander and explore the local markets of the village on the 7th day of your Spiti valley trip. If you are lucky enough and the weather conditions are suitable, then you can drive to Hikkim, the highest-located village across the globe. After exploring the village, get ready to explore the Kibber village, which is endowed with the charismatic beauty of nature. On arriving in Kibber village, enjoy the Indian and Tibetian delicacies. After enjoy for the whole day, come back to your hotel and relax.

Day 08: Kaza to Chandratal Lake

You will be enjoying the beauty of the Chandratal lake by crossing the mesmerizing Zunzum Pass and Baltal. The scenic beauty of the mountain ranges is astonishing, and the picture-perfect lakes with splendid surroundings will put you in awe. Enjoy an exciting camp stay along the bank of Chandratal lake.

Day 09: Chandratal to Manali

On the 9th day, you will descend towards Manali. On your way to Manali, you will cross the majestic high mountain passes of the Kunzum pass and Rohtang Pass, having an altitude of 4558m and 3980m, respectively. The astonishing beauty of the glaciers will blow your mind. Enjoy the evening and then relax in your hotel.

Day 10: Manali to Chandigarh

On the last day of your Spiti valley trip, you will pack your bags and set back towards Chandigarh via Kullu, Aut, Hanogi Devi temple, and Pandoh Dam. On arriving in Chandigarh, check out all the formalities and descend toward your hometown with lots of joyful memories.

Conclusion

The Spiti valley trip is a collection of exciting visits to various tourist destinations where you will enjoy the beauty of nature and explore the amazing trails. Every destination has its own unique specialty. You will enjoy the trip to Spiti valley and bring along lots of precious memories that will last you a lifetime.

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