Cold Desert Kinnaur and Spiti Valley Tour from Chandigarh

9 Night / 10 Days


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Nestled in the heart of the majestic Himalayas, the Classic Kinnaur and Spiti Valley Tour Package offer a breathtakingly beautiful landscape unmatched in its natural beauty and cultural richness. These remote regions are a true hidden gem of India, offering a rare opportunity to explore ancient cultures and traditions preserved for centuries.
Kinnaur, known as the “Land of Gods,” is a verdant valley dotted with picturesque villages, monasteries, and apple orchards. The stunning views of snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, and glistening streams will leave you mesmerized. The traditional Kinnauri architecture, with its sloping roofs and intricate wood carvings, adds to the charm of this region.
On the other hand, Spiti Valley is a rugged, high-altitude desert landscape that is both breathtakingly beautiful and hauntingly remote. The stark beauty of the landscape, with its towering mountains, deep gorges, and vast stretches of barren land, is an experience that will stay with you forever.
The people of these regions are warm, hospitable, and deeply rooted in their traditions. The Buddhist monasteries, with their vibrant prayer flags fluttering in the breeze, are a testament to the rich cultural heritage of this region. The vibrant local festivals, including the Kinnaur Kailash Yatra and the Spiti Horse Festival, are a glimpse into the unique traditions and beliefs of the local people.

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Day 1

Chandigarh to Sarahan

  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

You will find our representatives at the Chandigarh railway station or Airport once you reach there. They will surely help you easily reach a small Himachal village, Sarahan, without facing any issues. When you reach your destination, check in and rest overnight to enjoy your journey the next morning efficiently.

Day 2

Sarahan to Sangla

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Take blessings from goddess Durga in the morning in Sarahan Bhimakali Temple. You must now move forward to Sangla to continue the journey. Due to the winding road, it takes six hours to get to Sangla.
Once there, check into a hotel or a luxury tent rental and take some time to recover. Enjoy lunch, then get ready to tour the surrounding cities of Kamru and Sangla. Visit the neighborhood markets, have fun in the evening, and then head back to the hotel for the night.

Day 3

Local Sightseeing of Chitkul Sangla Valley

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

On your third day of travel, visit Kamru Fort and the temple located there; along with this, get the blessings of Kamaksha Devi. You can visit nearby Kamrcham village, which is around 17 km from Sangla. On your way to the village, consider visiting Chitkul at the Indo-Tibetan border.
This is the last inhabited village which is famous for the staircase terrain. It is in the Baspa Valley, here rushes the River Baspa through narrow gorges that rinse the Chitkul settlement. Again, you may return to your hotel and stay overnight in Sangla.

Day 4

Sangla to Kalpa Local Sightseeing

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

After breakfast, you will be driven to Kalpa village. On the way, you can stop in Recongpo to enjoy the vibrancy of the local market and shop for local goods. As the district headquarters of Kinnaur District, you can enjoy a local lunch at the restaurant, sampling various Indian and Tibetan delicacies.
After lunch, you can visit the Kalpa village and the nearby Roghi village, known for their quality of apricots and apples. Not to mention the spectacular sunrise over Mt. Kinner Kailash in the early morning. Visit Kalpa, a beautiful village being developed by Britishers in the century. Stay overnight in the hotel.

Day 5

Kalpa to Tabo

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

After breakfast, move to Tabo while having a walk at Nako and Puh. You can visit the village and Nako Lake for a delicious lunch on your journey. After having a pleasureful meal, halt towards Kalpa for further travel.
While moving towards Tabo, visit Gue village, which is famous for its Buddhist Mummy, which is approximately 600 years old. The monk’s mummy is considered the most attractive point of the village and brings several visitors regularly. Once reaching Tabo, stay overnight in the hotel and have a relaxed sleep.

Day 6

Tabo to Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Visit the popular Tabo Monastery in the village, which is located at an elevation of 3,200 meters. The Gompa is well-known for preserving ancient Buddhist scriptures and statues. Continue to Kaza after seeking blessing at the thousand-year-old monastery.
Visit Dhankar village and Dhankar monastery on the way. Stop for lunch here before continuing your journey. When you arrive in Kaza, check into your hotel and, if time allows, explore the local markets.

Day 7

Sightseeing around Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Today is the day to visit Kaza and its neighboring villages, such as Langza, Hikkim, Kibber, and Komic. Langza is an important village in Spiti that contains million-year-old fossils and remains from ancient times, making it geographically significant.
Get some samples and brag about them when you return to your house. If the weather permits, you can continue to Hikkim and the Komic village, now the world’s highest village (4,450 meters) and connected to the world’s highest motorable road. Travel to Kye Monastery.
Kye Monastery is located near the village of Kibber on the left bank of the Spiti River.Enjoy a delicious Tibetan lunch at a local restaurant in Kibber village. Take a scenic drive to Kibber’s pastureland. Return to Kaza for the night in the evening.

Day 8


  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

We will depart for Kalpa on day 8 of the tour, a small town in the Sutlej River Valley above Recking Peo in the Kinnaur district. When you arrive in Kalpa, explore the town and its magnificent beauty, which will captivate the explorer in you. Witness the magnetic view of majestic Mt.Kiiner Kailash, Lord Shiva’s abode, from here and enjoy a stay in the hotel overnight.

Day 9

Kalpa to Shimla

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

After you’ve explored the town, it’s time to say goodbye to these enchanted mountains. Today, drive back to Shimla via Narkanda, where you can stop for lunch before continuing to Shimla. Check into the hotel upon arrival and unwind for the night.

Day 10

Shimla to Chandigarh

  • Breakfast

This is the final day of the tour, and you will be returning to your homes today. After a good breakfast, you will be driven from Shimla to Chandigarh for a comfortable drop. Take your next flight or train back home.
The tour concludes here, and we hope you had a good time with us.


Pickup & Drop.
Accommodation as per tour itinerary.
Welcome Drink on Arrival.
All sightseeing’s by individual car.
Transfers: Destination-Hotel-Destination.
Sight-seeing as per tour itinerary.
All toll taxes, parking fees and driver’s allowance.
Inclusive of all taxes.


Charges for early Check-In & late Check-Out at Hotel.
Lunch & Snacks.
Air fare/ train fare.
Monuments Entrance fees during sightseeing.
Camera charges/Rides etc.
Any other item not specified in the Package Inclusions.
5% Goods And Services Tax(GST)

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Frequently Asked Questions

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You may plan your trip so that you get to see all the places you’ve always wanted to see. Visit Dalhousie, for instance, to worship at the famous church and indulge in little retail therapy at Gandhi Chowk. The region’s greatest attractions are in Khajjiar, often called the “little Switzerland of India,” which you may visit afterward.

How much money you spend on your trip to Himachal depends on how long you stay, where you stay, and what you do. Costs start at 3499 Rp (Indian Rupees) for two days and one night (including lodging) and go up to 57479 Rp (Indian Rupees) for thirteen days and twelve nights (including lodging).

To that end, Himachal Pradesh may be a great holiday place for families with small kids. Camping, adventure camps, summer programs, and fun drives are just some options for youngsters in Himachal Pradesh. For kids, one of the great attractions of Himachal Pradesh is the chance to ride a yak or horse.

Himachal Pradesh’s many holy sites and other attractions make it a top choice for retirees. The main draws are the pristine alpine landscape, breathtaking views, luxurious resorts, and laid-back vibe. In addition, many vineyards and orchards have manors available for rent, making it feasible for the elderly to have a relaxing holiday.

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Shimla, Manali, Kullu, Dharamshala, Kangra, Chamba, and Kasauli are among the most popular tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh.

Shimla, Manali, Kullu, Dharamshala, Kangra, Chamba, and Kasauli are among the most visited cities in Himachal Pradesh, India. The cities of Dharamshala, Kangra, and Chamba are also very frequented by tourists.

Himachal Pradesh is a wonderful place to have a family holiday between March and August. Several kid-friendly activities attract parents and their offspring. Several of Himachal Pradesh’s resorts and manors cater to retirees and their partners.

In Himachal Pradesh, roads are the most popular means to get around. Delhi and Chandigarh are so near to one another that they are often the first stops for tourists from all over the world to India. Although it may add time to your trip, you may enjoy Himachal Pradesh’s stunning landscapes from the comfort of the state’s motorways.


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