Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package From Delhi 4/5 (2)

8 Night / 9 Days


  • star hotel 3 Stars
  • transport Transfer
  • meal Meals
  • sightseeing Sightseeing


Nestled in the lap of the mighty Himalayas, Kinnaur and Spiti Valley are two mesmerizing destinations in Himachal Pradesh, India, that never fail to leave visitors in awe. These places perfectly blend natural beauty, spirituality, and adventure.

Kinnaur, a district in Himachal Pradesh, is known for its apple orchards, picturesque landscapes, and rich cultural heritage. The district is dotted with numerous ancient temples, including the famous Kinnaur Kailash Temple, considered one of Hinduism’s holiest shrines. The district also boasts magnificent mountains, gushing rivers, and serene valleys, which make it a haven for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

Spiti Valley, on the other hand, is a remote mountain valley located in the northernmost part of Himachal Pradesh. The valley is famous for its stark landscapes, rugged terrain, and ancient monasteries. The barren desert-like terrain of the valley is a sight to behold, with its snow-capped peaks, glistening rivers, and pristine lakes.

The Spiti River, which flows through the valley, adds to its charm and beauty. The valley is home to several ancient monasteries, including the Tabo Monastery, one of the world’s oldest and most important Buddhist monasteries.

Both Kinnaur and Spiti Valley offer a wide range of adventure activities, including trekking, mountaineering, river rafting, and skiing. The scenic beauty of these places is also ideal for camping, picnicking, and sightseeing.

Overall, Kinnaur and Spiti Valley are two of the most enchanting destinations in India. These places’ natural beauty, spiritual significance, and adventure opportunities are unparalleled. So, pack your bags and head to these destinations to experience the magic of the Himalayas.

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Day 1

Delhi – Shimla 370 Km.

  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Embark on an exhilarating journey as we pick you up from Delhi and begin a long drive to Shimla, passing through the quaint towns of Chandigarh, Parwanoo, and Solan. After checking into the hotel, take a leisurely stroll down the famous Mall Road before indulging in a sumptuous dinner and retiring for the night.

Day 2

Transfer from Shimla to Sangla Valley

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

The following day, be ready for an early start as we head towards Sangla, a picturesque destination that is a whopping 8 to 9-hour journey away. En route, you’ll witness the breathtaking beauty of the Fagu, Theog, Matiana, and Rampur villages. We’ll stop for a lunch break, giving you ample opportunity to take in the stunning scenery and capture some unforgettable memories.

As the day wears on, we will continue our journey to Sarahan via Rampur before finally reaching Sangla Valley in the evening. Here, you will be treated to the ultimate camping experience and a comfortable stay at a local hotel.

Day 3

Local Sightseeing of Chitkul Sangla Valley

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Start your day on a high note with a delicious breakfast before embarking on a mesmerizing tour of Sangla and Kamru Village. Our first stop will be the iconic Kamru Fort, which boasts a stunning temple dedicated to the goddess Kamakshi Devi.

Sangla Village, situated on the banks of the Baspa River, is renowned for its fertile soil, which yields a bountiful harvest. Nestled at 2621 meters above sea level, the village is located 17 km from Karcham and offers panoramic views of the majestic Raldang Peaks towering in the background. The charming village is perched on a hill, with houses seemingly rising above one another, adding to the captivating scenery.

Chitkul Village, located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, is the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibetan border. This picturesque village is situated in the Baspa Valley, considered one of the most beautiful valleys in the Himalayas. The lush green vegetation on the slopes is a bit steep, offering a feast for the eyes. The village is set on a hill, with houses rising above one another and the imposing Kinner Kailash Peak dominating the horizon.

As the dayends, we’ll return to our cozy campsite after exploring these stunning locations, feeling rejuvenated and fulfilled. This unforgettable experience will surely leave a lasting impression on your heart, making it a lifetime trip.

Day 4

Sangla to Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Prepare for another exciting day as we journey toward Kaza after relishing a delicious breakfast. En route to Kaza, we’ll make a pit stop at Nako Lake and Tabo.

Tabo is home to one of the most significant gompas in Spiti and the entire Tibetan Buddhist world. The monastery houses a modern gompa and painting school established by the Dalai Lama, making it a must-visit attraction. This historic monastery complex was constructed in 996 AD and remained the largest ascetic complex in Spiti.

As we go to Dhankar Gompa, we’ll also visit the Tabo Monastery, the oldest monastery in the Himalayas. Afterward, we’ll continue our scenic drive to Kaza, stopping at Dhankar village and monastery. Here, we’ll have the opportunity to indulge in some tea or lunch with a local family and learn about their unique way of life.

Finally, we’ll reach our destination, Kaza, and check in to the Kalpa Valley. Soak in the breathtaking beauty of the valley as you unwind and rejuvenate after an action-packed day. With memories of stunning monasteries, scenic drives, and heartwarming interactions with the locals, this journey will leave you with awe and wonder.

Day 5

Sightseeing around Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Following a delightful breakfast, we will embark on a journey toward the charming village of Langza. Upon arrival, you will have the opportunity to explore the village and interact with the locals. Take the chance to visit the monastery atop the village, and keep an eye out for fossils along the way.

Witness the majestic yaks grazing in the fields and working the land. If weather permits, we will take a drive to Hikkim and Comic town, the highest village in the world accessible by a motorable road at an elevation of 4,450 meters. Next, we will continue our drive to the famed Kee Monastery and the picturesque village of Kibber, which was once known as the highest village in the world at 4,200 meters.

For an adventurous excursion, consider hiking to the nearby mountains, where you can spot large herds of Himalayan blue sheep and snow ibex. We will savor a delectable lunch at a local restaurant in Kibber, featuring a variety of mouth-watering Tibetan dishes. Finally, we will head back to Kaza for a comfortable overnight stay.

Day 6

Kaza – pin valley – Kaza

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Once we’ve savored our morning meal, we will embark on an exciting journey toward the mesmerizing Pin Valley. We will have the privilege of exploring the Pin River beach, admiring the Kungri Monastery, and immersing ourselves in the beauty of the village’s local places. After soaking up the splendor of this hidden gem, we will indulge in a delicious lunch with the locals and return to Kaza for a relaxing night’s stay.

Day 7

Kaza to Chandratal Lake

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

We will embark on a thrilling adventure to the breathtaking Chandratal Lake as the sun rises. Our journey will take us across the majestic Kunzam Pass (15,100ft) and upon reaching Baltal, we will transfer to a Sumo vehicle for the final leg of our journey toward the lake. En route, you will be mesmerized by the panoramic view of the towering CB Ranges Peaks.

The deep blue waters of Chandratal Lake stretch out before us, with a circumference of 2.5 kilometers, and is also the source of the river Chandra. Legend has it that this was where the god Indra’s chariot took the eldest Pandava brother, Yudhishthira, to heaven in his mortal form.

We will spend a full day at leisure, basking in the beauty of the natural surroundings and the snow-capped peaks, before settling in for an unforgettable night of camping by the tranquil waters of Chandratal Lake.

Day 8

Chandratal to Manali

  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing tour
  • Hotel Stay
  • Dinner

Get ready for another early morning start at 6:30 AM as we embark on the longest drive of our journey to Manali. Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the Chander Tal Lake Camp before we hit the road, with lunch planned at a hotel en route.

Our journey will take us through two high mountain passes, one of which is the highest point on our entire tour – Kunzum Pass, standing tall at 4,558 meters (14,950 feet). Here, we will stop by the temple and offer our prayers before descending the pass, surrounded by stunning views of the CB ranges and glaciers.

Our journey continues over the Rohtang Pass, standing at 3,980 meters (13,058 feet), and eventually leads us to the charming town of Manali in the evening. After a long and exciting day, we will check in to our hotel and rest for the night.

Day 9

Manali-Delhi 570 Km.

  • Breakfast

On the final day of our adventure, we will depart from Manali in the morning and make our way back to Delhi. Our journey will end as we drop you off at either the Delhi Airport or Railway Station. It’s been an unforgettable trip filled with amazing sights and experiences to stay with you forever.


  • 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.

Below listed are some of the best Himachal family packages offered by us:

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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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