Spiti Valley Tour
Lahaul & Spiti are among the most spectacular and sparsely populated regions on Earth. Crossing the Rohtang La from Manali, they are the most desolate northern and eastern tracts of Himachal Pradesh. The districts are host to the famous Chandra and Bhaga valleys. Over the Kunzum La (4590M) you pass into the rain shadow of the Great Himalayan Range arriving at Spiti, showcasing snow-topped mountains, a high-altitude desert, punctuated by tiny patches of greenery and villages of whitewashed houses clinging to the sides of rivers and meltwater streams.
Chandra Taal commonly referred to as the Moon Lake is a high-altitude lake at an altitude of 4,300 meters, the source of the Chandra River. Its name Chandra is believed to be derived from its moon-like shape. Sitting in between high rising snowcapped peaks, this place is heaven for anyone who has even the slightest interest in photography or nature. During the night, the sky lights up with countless stars and is perfect for some excellent night captures.
to Visit Spiti Valley
Over Kunzum La Pass
Mid-May to September End - The Kunzum Pass opens from the end of June to the end of September. Between July and October, the Kunjum Pass temperature ranges from 1 degrees celsius to 10degrees celsius Celsius. These months are the best time to visit Spiti & Kinnaur Valleys.
The weather is clear these days. The day temperature drops to around 25 degrees Celsius during the day and at night it is chilly around 0 degrees celsius. Some of the activities here in this season are very popular trekking, camping, mountain biking, and hiking, you can also enjoy them.
One cannot access the Spiti Valley from Mid October to mid-June as the passes are blocked with snow. Spiti & Kinnaur Valley can be accessed from the Shimla side throughout the year though.
Rohtang Pass to Lahaul Valley
Mid-May to September End: The Rohtang Pass opens from May to the end of September. The temperature ranges from 5 Degree Celsius to 15 degrees Celsius. These months are the best time to visit Lahaul Valley. The weather is clear these days. The day temperature is around 25 Degree Celsius during the day and at night it is chilly around 0Degree Celsius. Some of the activities here in this season are very popular trekking, camping, mountain climbing, biking, and hiking.
- The spectacular landscape of the Spiti
- Kye Monastery, the center of learning in Spiti Valley
- Visit Kibber, home to the rarest Snow Leopard and Siberian Ibex
- Visit Dhankar Monastery, the seat of the Spitian King in the ancient times
- The spectacular confluence of Pin and Spiti river
- Paintings and murals of the 1000 years old Tabo monastery, known as the
?Ajanta of the Himalayas?
- Langza villages, home to beautiful fossils
- the world?s highest post office in Hikkim
- Komic village, one of the highest motorable village in the world
- Experience a night in a homestay with a local Spiti family
- Camping at breathtaking Chandrataal
- Nomadic village Chumik Gyarsa trekking experience with 108 naturals
- Camping experience