6 Days Unforgettable Spiti

Key Monastery,

Chandratal Lake,

Langza Village,

Shipki La Pass,

Nako Monastery,

Tabo Monastery

Spiti Valley, an isolated expanse in the Himalayas, enthralls with its untamed magnificence, lofty barren terrains, and age-old Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. Its unspoiled grandeur, unadulterated by progress, presents a serene sanctuary, rendering it a haven for admirers of nature, hikers, and those in pursuit of serenity.

Day 1:

Embark on a 6-day journey to the captivating Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India. Begin by driving from Shimla to Narkanda, a charming town nestled amidst lush forests and apple orchards. Breathe in the refreshing mountain air and appreciate the serene ambiance.

Continue your drive to Sangla, a picturesque valley renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and thriving apple orchards. Take the opportunity to explore the idyllic villages, pay a visit to the historic Kamru Fort, and immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture. Spend the night in Sangla, embracing the tranquility of the valley.

Day 2:

On the second day, set off towards Chitkul, the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibetan border. Trek through the mesmerizing Kinnaur Valley, surrounded by majestic snow-capped peaks and meandering rivers. Take leisurely walks through the village, engage with the warm-hearted locals, and soak in the panoramic views.

Continue your trip in the afternoon to Kalpa, a charming hill town famed for its apple orchards and ancient temples. Take in the majestic scenery of the snow-covered peaks as you gazing in awe at the Kinnaur Kailash range. Experience the quietness of the mountains while spending the night in Kalpa while gazing up at the magnificent night sky.

Day 3:

On the third day, make your way to Tabo, a quaint village renowned for its ancient monasteries. Explore the Tabo Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site adorned with intricate murals and ancient scriptures. Immerse yourself in the spiritual ambiance and delve into the rich Buddhist heritage of the region.

Continue your journey to Dhankar, a scenic village perched on a cliff overlooking the confluence of the Spiti and Pin rivers. Visit the Dhankar Monastery, perched atop a rocky outcrop, and revel in the panoramic vistas of the valley. Spend the night in Dhankar, surrounded by awe-inspiring landscapes.

Day 4:

On the fourth day, venture towards Kaza, the largest town in the Spiti Valley. Discover the Tabo Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring elaborate murals and historic texts. Take in the atmosphere of spirituality and learn about the area’s extensive Buddhist tradition.

Next, visit the picturesque village of Kibber, renowned for its high-altitude wildlife sanctuary and stunning natural vistas. Take leisurely strolls through the village, engage with the friendly locals, and have the opportunity to spot unique Himalayan wildlife. Embrace the tranquility and serenity of Kibber before returning to Kaza for the night.

Day 5:

On the fifth day, embark on a captivating journey to the enchanting village of Langza. Take in the expansive vistas of the snow-capped mountain ranges that surround the village and the huge Buddha statue that adorns it. Discover the fossil-rich Langza mountains and see remains of old marine life for an insight into the area’s geological past.

Continue your adventure to Hikkim, the highest village in the world with a post office. Experience the distinct beauty of this isolated community tucked away in the heart of the majestic Himalayas by mailing postcards to your friends and family. Visit the charming village of Komik, which is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and expansive views. In Komik, spend the night amidst the mesmerizing scenery that defines the Himalayas.

Day 6:

On the final day, bid farewell to the captivating Spiti Valley and embark on the return journey to Shimla. Enjoy the scenic drive, allowing the memories of the past days to linger in your mind. Reflect on the unforgettable experiences,

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    “The barren landscape of Spiti Valley is a canvas for the most beautiful sunsets” – Unknown