Overview

How does sighting a beautiful Snow Leopard in a faraway land sound to you? Well we are talking about Spiti, an enchanting land with the most amazing views especially in winters. Apart from the landscape, did you know that it has a rich culture too?

Enough said! Join us this winter to experience the magic and magnificence of Spiti Valley, the Middle Land in all its grandeur.

Itinerary
Day 1
Day 1. Delhi to Kotgarh
Bus Journey

Delhi to Shimla overnight (8 hours Journey) Volvo HRTC Shimla to Kotgarh (3 hours journey) Traveller

Day 2
Day 2. Arrival at Kotgarh
Relax

We arrive at Kotgarh in the morning and check into a homestay located amidst an apple orchard. Here, you can enjoy the views of the snow clad Himalayas from the homestay and relax. In the evening, we will go for a short walk into the forest so that you acclimatize for the journey ahead. There will be a bonfire in the evening followed by dinner.

Day 3
Day 3.Kotgarh to Pooh (190 Kms.)
Roadtrip Starts (4*4 Vehicles)

Get up to a wonderful morning in the orchard. Start our drive early after breakfast. A road ascends from Kotgarh which eventually meets the Old Hindustan Tibet Road (currently NH 5) and we drive along the Sutlej River all day after this. You will see nature’s glorious bounties during this journey, including the Taranda Mata, three-sided tunnel which was built after the 1965 Chinese war. We will reach the village of Pooh in the evening. Check into a comfortable Homestay/Guest house here.

Day 4
Day 4. Pooh to Tabo. (90 Kms.)
Get up to a chilly morning in Pooh

Get up to a chilly morning in Pooh, which is a very prominent village in the Upper Kinnaur region and was the resting point of travellers from China. After breakfast, we start our journey towards the next destination. We will cross the confluence of River Spiti and Sutlej at a place called Khab almost at the Tibetan border. From here we say goodbye to River Sutlej and start to travel with the River Spiti. The road ascends intoNako village. From here we are treated with views of the highest mountains of Himachal Pradesh and villages such as Malling and Chango, which are famous for the tastiest apples in the world. By evening we reach the wonderful small ancient village of Tabo. Overnight stay at a Comfortable homestay/Guest house in Tabo.

Day 5
Day 5.Tabo to Kaza (50 kms.)
1 000 year old monastery at Tabo

In the morning, we will pay a visit to the 1,000 year old monastery at Tabo. This is the oldest functional monastery in the world. We will also visit the DhankarGompa, if time and route permits. This monastery has a setting which looks straight out of a fairytale. We will reach the village of Kaza in the evening. Overnight stay in a Hotel in Kaza.

Day 6
Day 6.Kaza to Kibber to Langza (51 Kms.)
Highest villages in the world

Kaza is the Headquarter of the administrative District of Lahaul and Spiti. We will visit one of the highest villages in the world. After breakfast, we start our journey and our first stop being Key monastery. It is the biggest monastery in Spiti valley. After that we start going uphill towards Kibber, a village which is at an altitude of 4,500 metres. Across the village Kibber is village Chicham. We reach the Village of Langza in the evening. Overnight stay at a homestay.

Day 7
Day 7.Langza to Komic to Kaza.(35 kms.)
Cho-Cho gun Nalda peak

Langza is one of the most beautiful high altitude villages in the Indian Himalayas. It is located at an altitude of 3780 meter with the back drop of the famous Cho-Cho gun Nalda peak. You will be treated to one of the most wonderful sites in the world. On the opposite side you can view the Manerang snow covered mountains. After breakfast, we start our journey towards the village of Komic, which is at an altitude of 4,550 metres. The village has one of the highest monasteries in the world. In the evening we return to Kaza. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kaza.

Day 8
Day 8.Kaza to Pooh.(140 Kms.)
Journey back to Pooh

After breakfast, we start our journey back to Pooh. Arrive in Pooh in the evening. Overnight stay at a Homestay/Guest house in Pooh.

Day 9
Day 9. Pooh to Kotgarh. (190 kms.)
Relax

After breakfast, we leave to come back to Kotgarh. Reach the homestay in the evening. Have a farewell party with bonfire followed by dinner at night.

Day 10
Day 9. Kotgarh to Delhi.
Evening at shimla

After Breakfast drive back to Delhi. Traveller & Volvo

Inclusions
  • All accommodation including Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Transport all through the journey
  • Trained and certified high altitude guides with knowledge of the region
  • Back up vehicle with spares, winches and basic medical kit
  • *The above schedule is subject to the weather pattern in the given time period.There may be minor changes in the itinerary for the safety of all travelers.
Exclusions
  • Anything not specified in the inclusions
Cancellation Policy

In the event of cancellation of tour / travel services due to any avoidable / unavoidable reason/s we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows:

  • Booking amount & Tickets: (Non Refundable)
  • 60 days prior to arrival: 50% of the Tour / service cost
  • 45 days prior to arrival: 70% of the Tour / service cost
  • 30 days prior to arrival: No Refund
Safety

Please be aware that during your participation in vacations operated by Jugni, certain risks and dangers may arise beyond our control, including but not limited to: the hazards of traveling in undeveloped areas; travel by boat, train, automobile, aircraft, or other means of transportation; forces of nature; political unrest; acts of lawlessness or terrorism; and accident or illness in remote regions without means of rapid evacuation or medical facilities. Jugni will not have liability regarding provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care that may be rendered. While Jugni will use its best efforts to ensure that adequate measures are taken, by agreeing to participate in a vacation and/or optional excursions you agree that you will hold Jugni harmless regarding any provision of medical care or the adequacy of any care rendered. Jugni is not responsible for such risks and dangers that may arise beyond our control. Payment of your deposit indicates you accept these risks and dangers and agree to hold Jugni harmless for the same.

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