Spiti Valley’s Detailed Itinerary

Spiti Valley's Detailed Itinerary

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Day 1 – Arriving in Delhi

There are two ways to reach Spiti Valley. Delhi – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Kunzum Pass – Losar – Kaza and Delhi – Shimla – Narkanda – Kinnaur Valley – Tabo – Kaza. To reach Kaza from Manali, will take 4.38 hours. You can then go to Kaza for your Kaza homestay. To ensure a smooth trip, book ahead.

Day 2 – Shimla/Narkanda

We will meet at our meeting point and have breakfast. Then we will go sightseeing in the famous Ridge, Mall Road Lakkar Bazaar, Jakhu Temple, Jakhu Temple, and Mall Road. Mall Road is a type of local market where you can shop in the market. This is a street market that has many shops and stalls along the street. Lakkar Bazar, a popular place to shop, is also nearby. As we will be staying in Shimla for the remainder of the day, you can bring your bags and suitcases. After approximately 8 hours of travel, you will be able to decide whether or not you wish to join the group.

Day 3 – Sangla/Chitkul

To enjoy the weather, you must leave early. It takes between 8 and 9 hours. Sangna can be rented for an overnight stay. Take in the stunning views and breathtaking scenes.

Day 4 – Nako Lake/Geyu Mummy

Take a look at Khab, Confluence Of Spiti & Sutlej Rivers. From Khab Bridge, view the Leo Portugal Peak. Enjoy lunch at Nako Lake

Meet Nako and the Malling Nalla, the fearsome creatures.

You will enter Spiti Valley after Chango – Sumdo. After Sumdo police registration, divert towards Geyu Village for the 500-Year Old Mummy

Dependent on how many breaks you take during the middle, it will take between 8 and 9 hours to drive.


Day 5 – Pin Valley / Mud mileage.

After lunch, you can visit Dhankar Monastery or Dhankar Lake. Enjoy the stunning views a day in and out. Kungri – Sagnam – Mud – Tailing. About 4 to 5 hours driving time during the day. Stay for a short time at Mud Village, Pin Valley.

Day 6 – Loser/Other places in Kaza

It’s not hard to imagine that 5 days of walking and travel can become exhausting.

Here are some ideas to help you plan your Kaza trip. Amazing view of Chau Kang Nelda’s top from Langza Looking down on the valley from the sculpture of the Buddha near Langza

The Tanggayuda Cloister at komic, one of the most important and notable religious communities in the Spiti valley, is a cloister.

If you don’t want to be surrounded by the hustle and bustle of Kazan, you can still move to Losar

Day 7 – Kaza / Chandratal / Bhattal

We can then head to Chandratal the next day. Chandratal Trek can be enjoyed by all of you. It is an amazing experience that will make your trip to Spiti worthwhile.

Chandratal lake should be visited. It literally means “lake of the moon”. It is a magical scene at night, with the moon and lake. It is a great place to jam because of the cool temperatures and bonfire nights.

The camp is located 2.5 km from the lake. You can either stay there, or return to Battal, where there is a PWD Rest House, but without power. It is worth the long, exhausting ride up to Losar via Kunzum Pass if you have to stay in the visitor house with electricity. Stay at Battal to save energy and time for the next day.

Day 8 – Battal To Manali

Rohtang Pass is the best way to return to Manali. Pass through Battle – Chatter – Gramphu to Rohtang Pass.

You can drive for 7 to 8 hours if you don’t get stranded Rohtang Pass

Manali, short-term

Day 9 – Manali – Delhi

If you have the time to investigate Manali, then that would be if you are going by Volvo which starts at 5.30 PM

Manali Local Touring includes Hadimba Temple and Manu Temples, Mall Road, Local Monastery (which I never thought was so fascinating), and Old Manali Hot Water Springs.

In case of an unexpected situation like snowfall, landslides or other untoward events, you can keep an additional 1-2 days buffer.

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