Day 1 – Manali – Kaza
Drive to Kaza from Manali which is 202 kms (7-8 Hrs). The Journey winds through mountain roads Rohtang Pass & Kunzum La pass with worthwhile scenery and a visit at the first village at Spiti, Loser. The tour will then proceed to the beautiful village of Kaza. Over Night stay at hotel.
Day 2 – Kibber Village & KI Monastry Sight Seeing
Morning visit the Ki monastery, 12 kms from Kaza. This century – old gompa is a labyrinth of rooms and corridors – and at one time also acted as a fort. Also visit the small gompa at Kibber, 9 kms further ahead.
Day 3 – Kaza- Pin Valley – Tabo
Travel from Kaza to Pin Valley, the land of Ibex and Snow Leopards. Visit Kungri monastery at Pin Valley. Visit Tabo monastery. Founded in 996 AD by the great teacher Richensang-po, Tabo is renowned for its breathtaking murals and stucco images – and is often called “The Ajanta of the Himalayas”.
Day 4 –Tabo – Dhankar– Kaza
Travel from Tabo to Dhankar gompa. This gompa rests high over the valley and is a stupendous example of local architecture. Also visit the Lalung Gompa. Traveling onwards to Kaza.
Day 5 – Kaza – Manali
Travel back from Kaza to Manali enroute crossing over Kunzam Pass providing beautiful views of Rohtang Pass. Arrival Manali in the Evening.
Spectacular Spiti Valley
Spiti, signifying ‘the middle land’, is a desert mountain valley that interfaces with the Tibetan district of India. Situated in the marvellous province of Himachal Pradesh, this area offers amazing perspectives of the gigantic Himalayas. It is the heaven for those people who will be looking to disengage from the world while on an excursion. Regardless of whether it’s for its amazing perspectives or for the energizing enterprise exercises here, Spiti is an absolute necessity tourist destination of India.
Drive through the destroy landscape, the outing in the Apple Orchards, test your abilities, patience, endurance, and confidence as you go trekking in the high heights or just kick back and absorb the mysterious magnificence of the Himalayas.
There are numerous trekking trails in Spiti that travellers can browse. These treks begin from Kaza (Spiti’s capital, where you influence your base camp), to different crests from where you too can get all-encompassing perspectives of the Himalayan mountains. A simple 1.5-kilometer trek along the Spiti River from Dhankar Monastery to Dhankar Lake guarantees stunning perspectives of the town, and the Dhankar Lake itself is where you can take a load off in the midst of the cool mountain air.
The Sketch India Journeys offer the glimpse of spectacular Spiti Valley through our 5 days/4 evenings visit bundle to touring the unparalleled natural beauty, lofty passes, and ancient monasteries and for numerous things of Spiti Valley. The best time to get pleasure from the excellence of Spiti Valley is in summer (July to October) that encounters some experience sports like rafting and trekking.