On arrival at Shimla Railway Station / Bus Station, you will be met, assisted and get driven to Kalpa, En-route visit, the Bhima Kali temples, Sarahan is the erected in the old-style Kinnauri way mainly from the coatings of stone and timber to engross the force of earthquakes. After visiting, continue your journey to the Reckong Peo – the district capital of Kinnaur. It is a place where we get permit to enter Spiti valley and once all formalities done, we can head up higher on a 7 kilometer zigzagging road, to the old-fashioned village of Kalpa – a jewel with intriguingly splendid vistas of the Kinner Kailash and Jorkandan Peaks impending right above the village.
After breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Nako, through the Hindustan – Tibet Highway to reach Nako, En-route sight how the color of the scenery changes from an emerald lush green to a deserted brown as we will be driving on the worlds most treacherous and beautiful roads. Cross the village Pooh, which is last fuel station and precede to the last hamlet of Kinnaur – Nako. The overnight will be in the lodges accommodated for you in Nako, followed by feast. Here in Nako the adjoining Nako monastery or find yourself at peace, just watching the echoes of the clouds taking a saunter on the divinely beautiful oval shaped lake, protected by all sides by the mighty high Himalayas. You or you can also choose a short hike up higher into the distant untouched crags, if you want to hear the sound of the streams following through mountains and want to spectator the sight of relief.
After breakfast, check-out form the hotel and get driven to Tabo, entering into the Spiti Valley through a traditional mischievous Sumdoh. Continue your drive into the rugged and arid topography and take a bottom halt to discover Gue.On arrival at Kaza, check-in at your hotel.
Gue is famed for a monastery that dynasties a 500 year naturally shriveled monk. Legend say the lama named Sangha Tenzin shriveled him to free his village from the wave of scorpions. After visiting, continue your journey towards the ‘Ajanta of the Himalayas’. Tabo enclosing the 1010 year-old Tabo Monastery – which is a UNESCO world heritage site and is famous for its ancient paintings that portray the life of The Buddha, and complex portrayals of gods and whizzes along with life-size effigies of bodhisattvas, in a synthesis of western Tibetan, Indian and Kashmiri styles.
After discovering Tabo, Snubbed by the craggy and serrated foothills on both sides, this morning we will be driving to the district capital of Spiti Valley – Kaza.
Here you will be sighting the Tabo monastery, sheltered as the National Historic Treasure of India by the Archeological Survey of India. The Tabo monastery is a home of more than 60 lamas with the stunning collections of the scriptures, portion of art and wall canvas.
After breakfast, proceed to a gorgeous hill town Lhalung, lies in the 3658 meters and is a hamlet to one of the oldest monasteries in the Spiti and Ladakh region – the Lhalung Monastery. The word Lhalung means ‘land of God’ and the village of Lhalung is located at the foot of the Tangmar Mountains, which allegedly transforms in color depending on the mood of the deities. After appreciating the colors of Lhalung, proceed towards the striking hamlet Dhankar. The former capital of the Royalties of Spiti Valley, also known as the Nono, who governed the dust-colored wildernesses of Spiti Valley, go back in time as you discover the 1200-year-old Dhankar Gompa which roosts unsteadily between assaulted rocky peaks on the edge of a crags. If time badges and you are not weary then take an hour’s climb above the village to visit the stunning turquoise Dhankar Tso or Dhankar Lake, which offers views over the valley and the twin peaks of Mane Rang (6593 meters).
After breakfast, get driven to a beautiful village Demul. Get up early this morning and have breakfast to take a short drive to Demul, stunning high elevation of Spiti Valley. Located at the 4400 meters, Demul is a village, which redefines aloofness. Barren from any cell-phone or Internet reception, this silent and charming village is a home to less than 50 families. Here you are free to discover the missive like decor of the hamlet on your own, or you can opt for a dumpy yak safari. Or you can harvest Yher leaves that are used to make momo fillings only if the weather is clear.
After breakfast, take pleasure in high-altitude weather in the town of Kaza, which is anadministrative center of the Spiti Valley. After being familiar to the vicinity, get driven to the highest village of Asia Komik, literally means ‘eye of a snow cock’, and is located at a height of 4513m. This agronomy hamlet has a population of 84 people, living in complete isolation, cut-off from the rest of the world for most parts of the year. Here you can visit the Komik Lundup Chhemo, which is one of the highest monasteries in the world, set in an attractive backdrop. Continue to another high hamlet of Spiti called as Langza. It a hamlet located at an elevation of 4400 meters and fits to the Sakyapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Langza is a village having the population of 137 in 33 households. Here you can stroll to the ancient Lang (Temple), which is estimated to be around 1000 years old. At Langza, hike back to the primeval era when Spiti was submerged by the Tethys Sea, as you explore a land very rich with fossils of Marine animals and plants which were here millions of years ago.
After breakfast, take pleasure in high-altitude weather in the town of Kaza, which is an administrative centre of the Spiti Valley. After being familiar to the vicinity, ride your first drive from the Kaza to the small village of Kibber. Kibber a narrow valley on the summit of a limestone rock is situated at4205m which is famous for its motor able connectivity and own pollingstation during elections. From here drive to the ki Gompas where one can observe the houses of large number of Buddhist monks and nuns and a cafeteria. Later, begin the first phase to the Langza hamlet where the reliccreatures of human being of the Tethys Sea, were found.
After breakfast, proceed towards the Pin Valley. About 2 kilometers above Gulling, at Kungri, you will visit the 600-year-old Ugyen Sangnak Choling Gompa which has a huge cloister edifice that houses about 60 resident Lamas. Avowed as a national park in 1987, Pin Valley is hub to the jeopardized snow leopard. In addition, other animals can also be sighted as Siberian ibex, bharal, weasel, red fox and marten. Birds such as the pika, griffon, golden eagle, bearded vulture, chukor and raven paint the skies a pretty picture. From Kungri, we will head southwest, to the fascinating village of Mudh where we will spend a night in a hotel run by a warm hospitable family.
After lazy breakfast, proceed for in & around sightseeing of Kaza, visit the renowned Kee Monastery and also Kibber village, one of the utmost settled hamlets in the world. Have an experience of the lifestyleand customs of the locals. In the afternoon visiting another utmost occupied village called Komic town and spend time with locals and learn about their culture.
After breakfast, check-out form the hotel & commence your journey to the incredible Chandratal Lake, and a temple at Kunzum La. The azure glitter lake here will leave you enthralled and was said to be the echo of the stunning snow-capped peaks. After exploring the lake, which gives you a spectacular, looks from green to reddish orange, and depart for Manali. En-route towards Manali you will pass the tremendously stunning Rohtang Pass. On arrival at Manali get dropped at Manali Bus Station for onward journey.
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