Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located in the Himalayas in the North-Eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The middle land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India. The valley has a totally different landscape and feeling during the winters, when almost the whole valley turns white. If you like cold and adventure, then this is the road trip that one should opt for and we are the company that can make your trip amazing.

8 Nights 9 Days Available on request Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
What makes this tour special
  • High-altitude desert landscape.
  • Ancient monasteries.
  • Chandra Taal.
  • Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Adventure activities like hiking, rafting, etc.
  • Local culture and hospitality.
  • Day 1: Delhi to Shimla (350 kms)

    Departure from Delhi and head towards Shimla. Lose yourself amidst scenic valleys on either side of the road. Overnight stay in Shimla.

  • Day 2: Shimla to Narkanda/Rampur - 174 Kms

    After breakfast, leave for Rampur and on the way visit Kufri and Narkanda. Overnight stay in Rampur.

     Day 3: Rampur to Kalpa - 100 Kms

    After breakfast, we pass through popular towns of Sarahan, Rampur, and Bushahr before entering the spectacular Kinnaur Valley. Before entering Kalpa at 7549 feet, we catch a glimpse of the famous Kinnaur Kailash Peak – said to be the summer abode of Lord Shiva. At Kalpa, you will warm up with a piping cup of tea before checking into your warm hotel room. Overnight stay at the hotel in Kalpa.

  • Day 4: Kalpa to Kaza- 208 Kms

    After breakfast, we shall leave for Nako and on the way visit Reckong Peo market. On arrival at Kaza, we shall check into the hotel and the rest of the day is at leisure. Visit Gue Monastery at Gue village.

    Nako sightseeing – Explore Nako with its thousand year old Nako Monastery and footprints of Lord Padmasambhava.

  • Day 5: Kaza local sightseeing - 115 Kms

       After breakfast, we shall leave for Key Monastery and Kibber village and after full day sightseeing we shall return to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

Kaza sightseeing – Kibber village, Key Monastery, Hikkim, Komic Monastery, Sakya Tangyud Monastery, Langza village.

  • Day 6: Kaza – Tabo/Nako via Pin Valley - 48 Kms
    After breakfast, we shall leave for Tabo. On the way we will be exploring Pin valley and Mud village. Overnight stay in Hotel/Guest House.
  • Day 7: Tabo/Nako to Sangla/Chitkul- 210 Kms: After breakfast, we will leave for Chitkul - the last village on old Indo-Tibetan trade route. Walk through the green orchards passing by a brilliant stream. As the day ends, return to your Guest House in Sangla for dinner and overnight stay.
  • Day 8: Sangla/Chitkul to Shimla - 213 Kms: After breakfast, we shall leave for Shimla with beautiful memories of Spiti Valley. On the way we will cross Narkanda. You will be dropped at Shimla bus stand and from there you can board the Volvo for an overnight journey to Delhi.
  • Day 9: Arrival in Delhi:

    Early morning arrival in Delhi. After breakfast, start your return journey by flight/train towards your respective destinations. Tour ends.


What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation in Hotels / Camps / Guest Houses on double/triple sharing basis from Day 01 to Day 08.
  • Meals – Breakfast and Dinner. Dinner on Day 01 to Breakfast on Day 09.
  • First Aid kit and oxygen cylinder at dispersal with the tour leader.
  • Transport support in SUV/MUV/Innova/Tempo Traveler or similar as per the group size.
  • All permits for the trip.
  • All toll taxes, driver allowances and parking charges.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Any insurance.
  • Early check in or late checkout rooms at any hotels unless specified above.
  • Any entry fees to visit any place.
  • Any air fare, visa fees, airport tax.
  • Any personal expenses like drinks, extra meals, laundry, telephone calls, tips, camera fees, etc.
  • Liability for change in itinerary due to reasons beyond our control like change in flight and train schedule; cancellation of flights/trains, political disturbances, natural phenomenon, etc.
  • Tips to driver, guide, hotel staff, and representatives.
  • Any portages at hotel. (for baggage on arrival and departure from the hotel) 
  • Camera/video camera fees at the monuments.
  • All entrance fees for monuments mentioned in the itinerary.
  • 5% GST.
  • Anything that is not mentioned in the inclusion section.
Pickup point
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India View on Map
Things to carry

Here's a list of essential items one should carry for the Spiti Valley tour:

  1. Clothing:

    • Lightweight and breathable clothing.
    • Warm layers for cool evenings and high altitudes.
    • Waterproof jacket or poncho for unexpected rainfall.
    • Hat or cap to protect from the sun.
    • Comfortable walking shoes or trek shoes.
  2. Personal Items:

    • Sunscreen with high SPF.
    • Lip balm with SPF.
    • Sunglasses with UV protection.
    • Insect repellent cream or spray.
    • Personal medications and first aid kit.
    • Moisturizer for dry climate.
  3. Travel Essentials:

    • Valid identification documents.
    • Camera or smartphone for capturing the stunning landscapes.
    • Portable charger/power bank.
    • Travel adapter for charging electronic devices.
  4. Health and Safety:

    • Reusable water bottle or hydration pack.
    • High-energy snacks like nuts, granola bars or dry fruits.
    • Hand sanitizer.
    • Basic toiletries. (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
    • Emergency contact information and travel insurance details.
  5. Miscellaneous:

    • Lightweight backpack or daypack for day trips.
    • Cash in small denominations (ATMs may be scarce).
    • Torch/flashlight with extra batteries.
    • Multi-tool or Swiss Army knife.
    • Insulated water bottle to keep beverages cool.
  6. Optional Items:

    • Binoculars for wildlife spotting.
    • Trekking poles for hikes.
    • Books or games for leisure time.