Spiti Valley Trek

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Day 01 Delhi Kullu 12 Hrs.
Day 02 Manali Jaloripass 4Hrs.
Day 03 Jaloripass Sangla,Rakcham (2900Mts.) 7 Hrs.
Day 04 Rakcham Tabo 6 Hrs.
Day 05 Tabo Dhankar 5 Hrs.
Day 06 Tabo Pin Valley 6 Hrs.
Day 07 Pin Valley Langza Village
Day 08 Langza Village Key Kibber
Day 09 Campsite Kaza to Chandertal camp
Day 10 10Chandertaal Rest Day
Day 11 Chandertall Manali
Day 12 Manali Delhi

Detailed Itinerary

Day 01 Arrival at Delhi from where we board an overnight Volvo bus to Kullu. This will be boarded at Chanderlok building in Janpath opposite Impreal hotel.12 hour’s journey.

Day 02 Morning Arrival via Volvo to Manali to go to the hotel for freshening up. Pack up the bikes and leave for camp site where we will have a beautiful camp pitched.  Afternoon rest. Afternoon acclimatization walks to Jalori Pass (Raghupur fort) o/n Camp.4 hour’s journey.

Day 03 Drive over Jalori Pass to Sangla where we will go to Rakcham in between Chitkul and Sangla. Rakcham is at an altitude of 2900 meters approx 10,000 ft above sea level. It is a relatively unknown place, located midway between Sangla and Chitkul – the last Indian village before the Tibet Border. The beauty of this small village with a population of 800 is heavenly.7 hour’s journey.

Day 04 Rakcham to Tabo (as proposed by Mr. Riyaz covering maximum we can).  Today we leave the lush green Kinnaur valley to enter into the tough rugged terrains of Spiti passing through the Nako Lake on to Tabo where we camp at an amazing campsite near Tabo. The advantage of setting up our own tents with a dedicated team gives us the freedom of being flexible and enjoying the natural beauty of all areas. O/n Campsite.6 hour’s waking distance.

Day 05 Tabo to Dhankar and walk to the lake and drive back to Campsite near Tabo. Tabo is called the “Ajanta of the Himalayas” due to its magnificent murals and amazingly detailed Thanks. After Tabo we drive up to Dhankar, ancient capital of Spiti. Sketched along stone-mud pillars and cliffs, its hard to describe Dhankar as words are inadequate for this village, balanced precariously amidst geological relics Nature Walk to Dhankar Lake: Today we start with a steep accent to one of most picturesque spots in Spiti. Dhankar Lake has its own story to tell cradled in the lap of stark mountains reflecting heaven and earth in its crystal clear waters. 5 hour’s walking distance.

Day 06 Tabo – Pin Valley – Kungri Monastery o/n Homestay / camp. 6 hour’s walking distance.

Day 07 Pin valley to Langza Village in the Kibber Wild Life Sanctuary o/n Camp – Homestay. Visit surrounding villages of Kaumic and Hikkim.

Day 08 Langza- Key Kibber and at Geyte (The highest moterable village connected by road) and stay at campsite!

Day 09 Campsite to Kaza to Chandertal camp:
Chandertall-The Lake of the Moon. This lake is 6 kms from the Kunzam Pass that connects Spiti and Lahaul.

Day 10 Chandertaal Rest Day - Surrounded by snows and acres of scree, this deep blue-water lake has a circumference of 2.5 kms. This is the source of the River Chandra. According to some believers, this is the spot from where the god Indra's chariot took the eldest Pandava brother, Yudhishtra to Swarga, heaven in his mortal form. O/n in tents at Chandertall.

Day 11 Chandertall to Manali via Rohtang pass and evening Volvo to Delhi. Today we start our day early from the lake of the moon to drive across the famous Rohtang Pass to reach the lush green environment of Manali – the first town with habitation after the great desert ride of Spiti. Here we rest in the hotel and go for a hot spring bath to get some natural therapy.

Day 12 Rest Day at Manali. Enjoy the serene environment and evening departs for Delhi by Volvo.

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