Kinnaur Kalpa Sangla Spiti Tour with Chandertal

9 Night / 10 Days


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Kinnaur, Kalpa, Sangla, and Spiti Valley are some of the most stunning and mesmerizing destinations nestled in the majestic Himalayas of India. Each place is unique, offering visitors a glimpse into the diverse cultures, traditions, and landscapes of the region.

Starting with Kinnaur, this enchanting district is known for its picturesque valleys, gushing rivers, and snow-capped mountains. The region is dotted with numerous ancient monasteries and temples, each with its own intriguing history and architecture. Visitors can indulge in adventurous activities like trekking, mountaineering, and camping, or simply relax in the lap of nature amidst the serene surroundings.

Moving on to Kalpa, this small village is a hidden gem in the Kinnaur district, offering breath-taking views of the snow-capped Kinnaur Kailash range. The village is known for its apple orchards, traditional Kinnaur shawls, and intricate wood carvings. Visitors can take a stroll through the narrow lanes, visit the ancient temples, or simply soak in the tranquillity of the place.

Sangla is another picturesque village in the Kinnaur district, known for its verdant valleys, glistening streams, and apple orchards. The village is surrounded by towering mountains, including the famous Kinner Kailashpeak, making it a perfect destination for trekking enthusiasts. Visitors can also explore the local culture by attending the annual Fulaich fair or witnessing the traditional Kinnauri wedding ceremonies.

Finally, Spiti Valley is a high-altitude desert located in the northernmost part of Himachal Pradesh, offering visitors a unique landscape of barren mountains, crystal-clear lakes, and ancient monasteries. The region is home to numerous endangered species like the snow leopard, ibex, and Himalayan blue sheep, making it a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts.

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Day 1

Transfer from Chandigarh to Narkanda

  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

After arriving at Chandigarh Airport or Railway station, you can hire a cab to take you to Narkanda. The journey will take around 8 hours, and you can spend the night at a hotel in Narkanda.

Day 2

Transfer from Narkanda to Sangla via Sarahan

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

The next day, you will go on a long 9-hour drive to Sangla Valley, passing through Sarahan where you can visit the ancient Bhima Kali temple. Before that, you can also explore the beautiful Hatu Peak in Narkanda. You can enjoy the scenic views of the valleys along the way and finally arrive at Sangla Valley. Check into your hotel and enjoy your stay there.

Day 3

Local Sightseeing of ChitkulSangla Valley

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

On day 3 of your trip, you can visit the KamruFort, and temple dedicated to Kamaksha Devi, which is located nearby. You can also explore Karcham village which is about 17 km away from Sangla.

Before that, you can visit Chitkul, the last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibetan border. Chitkul is known for its unique terrain and is situated in the Baspa Valley, where the riverBaspa flows and irrigates the village. After exploring Chitkul, you can return back to Sangla and spend the night there.

Day 4

Sangla to Kalpa Local Sightseeing

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

The next morning, after breakfast, you will be driven to Kalpa village. On the way, you can stop at Recongpo and explore the local market to buy some unique items. As Kinnaur District’s headquarters, Recongpo offers a variety of Indian and Tibetan cuisine for lunch at its restaurants.

After lunch, you can visit Kalpa village and Roghi village, known for their pine forests and delicious apricots and apples. You can also see the beautiful Mt. Kinner Kailash Mountain range during sunrise. Kalpa village is a beautiful village developed by the British in the past, where you can stay overnight at a hotel.

Day 5

Kalpa to Tabo

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

After having breakfast, begin driving towards Tabo with a few stops at Puh and Nako. Take a break at Nako Lake and village, have lunch, and then continue driving towards the village of Kalpa.

Along the way to Tabo, make a stop at Gue village, which is famous for a 600-year-old Buddhist Mummy of a monk that attracts many visitors. When you reach Tabo in the evening, check into your hotel and spend the night there.

Day 6

Tabo to Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Visit Tabo Monastery, located in a village at an altitude of 3,200 meters. This monastery is well-known for preserving old Buddhist scriptures and statues. After seeking blessings at this thousand-year-old monastery, continue towards Kaza.

On the way, visit Dhankar village and its monastery, where you can stop for lunch before continuing your journey. Once you reach Kaza, check into your hotel and if you have time, explore the local markets.

Day 7

Sightseeing around Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Today, explore the historical village of Kaza and other nearby villages like Langza, Hikkim, Kibber, and Komic. In Langza, you can find million-year-old fossils and ancient remains which are important geographically. You can collect some samples and bring them back as souvenirs. If the weather is good, you can drive to Hikkim and Komic, which is the world’s highest village connected to a motorable road.

Visit Kye Monastery, situated on the left bank of the Spiti River, and the village of Kibber. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant in Kibber, where you can try delicious Tibetan dishes. Take a scenic drive to the pasture country of Kibber and return to Kaza for an overnight stay.

Day 8

Kaza to Chandertal lake

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Go on a visit to Chandrataal Lake, one of the most beautiful and captivating lakes in the world, situated in the Himalayan mountains at a height of 4300 meters. According to the legend, the eldest Pandava brother, Yudhistra, ascended to heaven in his mortal form at this place.

The view of the lake is stunning and will leave you awestruck. Spend a night in a tent near the lake and enjoy the beauty of nature. Have a peaceful overnight stay here.

Day 9

Chandertal to Manali

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Today, you will travel back to Manali through the same mountain passes that you took at the start of the journey. After a tiring journey, you will arrive at Manali in the evening, check into your hotel, and rest for the night.

Day 10

Manali to Chandigarh

  • Breakfast

After having breakfast, you will be taken to Chandigarh through a scenic route passing by Hanogi Devi Temple and Pandoh Dam. You will arrive at Chandigarh Airport/Railway Station in the evening to continue your journey back home.

We hope you had a great trip with us and look forward to serving you in the future.


  • 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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