Go Spiti Valley

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Spiti - Pristine Lakes, World’s Highest Villages and Beautiful Deserts

With pristine lakes and some of the worlds’ highest inhabited villages, Spiti leaves you with picture-postcard memories of barren and precariously perched monasteries set against backdrop of clear blue skies. Sparse population and awesome driving opportunities offer a feeling of unexplored remoteness in an area yet untouched by tourism. At incredible altitudes with stunning landscape, often compared to Ladakh before tourists took over, Spiti makes a fantastic road-trip destination. High altitude and rugged mountains make for a bucket list drive as you reach an altitude of 15,000 Feet.

An ideal combination of traversing river beds, waterfalls,monasteries, warm locals, peace, star gazing , experiencing the milky-way and driving on single track dirt-trails.

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 180 KMS

 6-7 HOURS



 161 KMS

 5-6 HOURS



 60 KMS




 130 KMS

 4-5 HOURS



 112 KMS




 40 KMS

 2-3 HOURS



 40-50 KMS

 4-5 HOURS



 210 KMS

 5-6 HOURS



 310 KMS

 7-8 HOURS


Day 1: Chandigarh – Narkanda

Leave around 8.00 am and Drive to Narkanda which is approximately 180 Kms. The village of Narkanda has some spectacular attractions making it a must visit location. Visit Hatu Peak temple in the evening or stay back and enjoy the valley view followed by evening bonfire and Dinner.



Stay- Wilderness or Similar (****)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day 2: Narkanda- Sangla

Situated in a deep valley next to the Baspa River, Sangla offers the tourists a beautiful view of green mountains and apple orchards. It’s one of the most scenic valleys in Himachal , and on accommodation Kinner camps is one of the best options with nature at its best and camping next to the river can blend up to the experience. Reach by early evening and enjoy Chai with Pakoras.



Stay- Kinner Camps, Sangla (****)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day 3: Sangla- Chitkul-Sangla

This is basically a rest day and acclimatisation day. Get up late and relax back.Spend your morning in the lap of nature and enjoy the sound of birds chirping all around. Have breakfast and we will leave for Chitkul around 11.00 am.

Chitkul is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. The Indian road ends here. During winters, the place mostly remains covered with the snow and the inhabitants move to lower regions of Himachal. One the way back we will be treated with Picnic Lunch at the beautiful water stream. Relax and enjoy your day.



Stay- Kinner Camps, Sangla (****)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day-4: Sangla –Nako

Leave Sangla and watch the vistas enroute over Hindustan Tibet border. Enjoy the drive besides Spiti and Satluj Rivers. This is the one of the most thrilling road. Reach Nako by the evening and enjoy this quite Lake. Overnight stay at Kinner Camp Nako.

NAKO- Ne-Goh called in local direct meaning door way to pilgrimage , its beginning of trance Himalaya land scrape and is beginning of cold desert .it has a holy lake right in between village which has great significance to local Buddhist people living around.



Stay- Kinner Camps, Nako (****)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day-5: Nako – Tabo – Dhankar - Kaza

After breakfast we will start our journey towards Kaza. On the way we will head towards Tabo and Dhankar

Tabo is a 1000 years old monastery and contains many priceless Thanka paintings and artifacts including Pillar of a Thousand Buddhas. This monastery is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The entry to monastery which is spread over 6300 square meters is made of earthen walls and covered with beautiful frescoes. These paintings depict various lives of Buddha and stories from Jataka tales painted in typical Tibetan style. You can also visit nearby caves which are used by monks to meditate in solitude and introspection.



DANKAR - Damg-khar , where khar means palace and used to be winter capital of Spiti ruled by prince known as nonos in local dialect , till very recent

It has a monastery which is recognized as 100 most endangered monuments under UNESCO and falls under Gelukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism, the whole village is situated on a cliff overlooking the confluence of pin and Spiti river.

Dhankar Lake

After having Lunch, head towards Kaza. Enjoy the drive and reach Kaza by late evening

Stay- Sakya Adobe or Similar (***)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day-6: Kaza – Kee – Kibber - Kaza

Get Up late and enjoy your breakfast by River side. After breakfast and offroading we will come back to the hotel. Freshen up and visit Kee monastery and Kibber Village



Kee monastery is the largest monastery in the Spiti valley. Established in the 11th century, it has ancient Buddhist scrolls and paintings. It also houses the largest no. of Buddhist Monks and nuns.



After Visiting Kee Monastery and head towards Kibber Village. Kibber is the highest village in the world which is connected by motor-able road and also has its own polling station during election.

We will go to the Chichem Bridge and come back from the different route.

Visit Local market in the evening !!!

Stay- Sakya Adobe or Similar (***)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day-7: Kaza – Langza- Hikkim -Kaza

After Breakfast we will go to Langza, Hikkim and Komic.

LANGZA Village is a beautiful destination, situated at an altitude of 4400 meters and is divided into two sections, namely Langza Yongma (lower) and Langza Gongma (upper). This picturesque village is blessed with ancient monasteries and buildings of the prehistoric era. It is surrounded by green pastures, snow-clad mountains and barren landscapes that awe-struck every person who visit this stunning location, which is certainly one of the best places in the whole Spiti Valley. The magic of nature at Langza village leaves everyone speechless.



After Langza we will head towards Hikkim Village. This place houses the highest post office in the world. Carry some post cards to post to your loved ones from Hikkim village.



Enjoy the packed lunch that you can enjoy in the grassy meadows of this high altitude terrain.

Stay- Sakya Adobe or Similar (***)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day-8- Kaza- Manali or Rampur

The return will depend on the opening of Kunzum Pass. Mostly the roads are clear by 1st week of June but in case the pass is still closed, we have to return back from the same route towards Shimla.

Reach the destination by the evening and relax.

Stay- TBA (****)
Meals Included – Breakfast + Tea + Lunch + Evening Tea + Dinner

Day-9: Back to Chandigarh!!!

Depart after Breakfast. You can choose to stay back for more days if you want.



Cost Per Adult - 38000 INR + 5% GST (On Double Occupancy)

Cost Per Adult – 54000 INR + 5% GST (On Single Occupancy)

Child 5-12 = 15000 INR (With Extra Bed)

Child 12-14 = 25000 INR (With Extra Bed)

Child above 14 is treated as Adult




Stay on Double Occupancy Basis

Planning the route and itinerary to include the “must see” sights

Coordination of the convoy

Pilot Car

Local guidance and support from experts>

The best boarding and lodging available en‐route

Three Major Meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

Medical supplies and First Aid assistance

Service support

Radio Communication sets in each car

Liaison with the local authorities for inner line permits



  • • Vehicle & Fue
  • • Tips and gratuities.
  • • Insurance.
  • • Laundry
  • • Phone Calls.
  • • Any kind of drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated).
  • Cancellation Policy:-

  • • 100% Refund by 15th April
  • • 80% Refund by 30th April
  • • No Refund after 1st May
  • • Cancellation of event by the organizers 100% refund.
  • • Cancellation by participant will have no refund
  • • Cancellation arises out of unseen natural circumstances no refund.
  • • In case of emergency at home/illness etc. 50% will be deducted and rest of the amount may be adjusted in the next trip.
  • • In case of rough weather, we have the full discretion, whether to go ahead with the trip/expedition or not.
  • • In case of cancellation due to rough weather no refund
  • • In case of Road Block to any destination, no refund and you have to pay extra for making alternate arrangements.


    For More Information please feel free to call
    Vaneeta Kang
    Founder & Lead Adventurer
    Go Boundless