A jeep safari is the best option if you’re planning a trip to the Spiti Valley. Our Spiti Valley tour’s green-speckled alpine environment is known for its scenic road itineraries that present a fresh photogenic landscape at every bend and turn. With no work from you, our package makes the most of all those stunning sites.
What do you get out of it?
Over the course of a breathtaking nine-day safari, our Spiti Valley trip package visits nine locations in the Spiti region. We include a guide and a vehicle in our package, who will drive you everywhere. During your spiti journey, you will have the opportunity to stay in guest houses, local homes, and even tents. Additionally, we’ll serve you vegetarian meals for breakfast and dinner. There are also planned permits, safety kits with portable oxygen cylinders, and separate tents for restrooms. In actuality, we offer the majority of these amenities on all of our Experiential Tours.
Famous Spot’s in Spiti
The road drive across the Spiti Valley Tour passes through a variety of locations known for a very particular reason: they are either the oldest, highest, or last (or first) in the world at something. If you want to cross these things off your Guinness-style bucket list, here is a fast compilation!
At a proud 14,000 feet above sea level, Hikkim village is home to the world’s highest post office. Prepare your postcards in advance for this deserving of a scrapbook chance.
The 1000-foot-deep Samba Lamba Nallah gorge is traversed by the Chicham Bridge, the tallest bridge in Asia. To photograph the scene below, you might want to stick your phones out, but remember what will happen if you do.
Chitkul, the last inhabited settlement in India, is located along the Hindustan-Tibet highway. It’s the ultimate dead end. The final inhabited settlement in India, Chitkul, is situated on the path between Hindustan and Tibet. It’s the ultimate dead end. Nevertheless, it is worthwhile to visit a village that is so far from our own metropolis (metaphorically and literally) because it is such an odd experience.
The oldest monastery in the area and the oldest Lama (not the animal) training facility in the world is Key Monastery. Over a thousand years old, it has survived invasions, fires, and even the filming of Bollywood movies. Will it notice you, that is the question.
There’s a reason why it’s dubbed Little Tibet.
Yes, the Spiti region is frequently referred to as Little Tibet, and our journey undoubtedly supports this. In addition to Key Village, many other locations on our itinerary also prominently reflect Tibetan culture.
Are you sick of constantly going to temples? We’re switching things up by going to Buddhist monasteries. The Ajanta of the Himalayas is a common description of Tabo monastery. Due to its dense construction, the locals now refer to Dhankar monastery as a fort. When you include Key Monastery, you have a good group to write about.
The 500-year-old mummy, thought to be the remains of a Buddhist monk, is the primary attraction in the village of Geyo. Prior to visiting Geyo, we stop by the Nako lake, which is surrounded by no fewer than four Tibetan temples. Even while it may seem excessive, it isn’t, especially considering how lovely the lake is.
Small mountain towns Sangla and Kalpa are both renowned for their blend of Hindu and Buddhist culture and Tibetan cuisine, respectively. In circumstances like this, no amount of meals is sufficient to satisfy one.
Nature’s call—not that call, though!
Without the natural world, this wouldn’t be a nature tour, would it? Along the picturesque Hindustan-Tibet route, Instagram-worthy locations pop up every minute. There is also no shortage of breathtaking views at the locations where you’ll stay.
We can see the magnificent Kinner Kailash mountain up close as we travel to Kalpa. Even Kalpa itself has a We can see the magnificent Kinner Kailash mountain up close as we travel to Kalpa. From any position, Kalpa offers breathtaking views of Kinner Kailash, Raldang, and Jorkanden for fantastic photo opportunities. If mountain peaks aren’t your thing, Pin Valley along the Pin river is another lovely option.
A tranquil place to visit while staying in Dhankar hamlet is Dhankar lake, which is close to the rather spiritual Nako lake. But if we’re talking lakes, another one wins hands down in this instance.
The most beautiful location on our tour is Chandratal Lake (subject to personal opinion, of course). Your final night on the journey is going to be the most unforgettable, whether you meditate by crystal-clear lakes or tent under an uninterrupted starry sky. For this one, keep your extra camera batteries close at hand.