Situated at an altitude of 12,500 ft, this majestic cold desert valley is a heavenly gateway for those seeking solitude in the bliss of nature. Spiti literally means 'Middle land' as it is located between India and mystic Tibet. Spiti is well known for its Buddhist culture, rugged villages, cold desert beauty and is home to several monasteries like the Key Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Kungri Monastery and Tabo Monastery. Spiti attracts many travelers, including streams of Indian motorcyclists, as a kind of mini- Ladakh without tourist crowds, which is fair enough, since its pristine nature (high-altitude desert )and culture (Tibetan Buddhist) are still intact. In this tour package travel to the Last Village of India at Chitkul and plan your lunch at 'Hindustan ka Aakhri Dhaba, Drive to the 'World's Highest Motorable Village' - Komic and Send a postcard from 'Highest Post Office' in the World to your loved ones. Also don't Don't forget to take back souvenirs for your loved ones from the famous Mall Road of Manali. So pack your bags and join us to enjoy some shutter shooting in the arms of nature at the wonderland of Spiti.

4 Nights 5 Days Departure every Friday
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Volvo transfer from Delhi to Manali & back
  • Manali to Manali journey in tempo traveller/ SUV/ Bike
  • Accommodation on Twin/Triple/Quad sharing basis in camps/Hotels.
  • 1 night at Manali, 2 nights at Kaza and 1 night at Chandratal
  • Experienced and friendly trip leader/trek guide
  • Meals: Dinner (4), Breakfast (4)
  • Riding gears (Helmets, Elbow guard, Knee Guard), Fuel & Mechanical Backup
  • Bonfire and Music
  • 24*7 onboard assistance
  • Local Sightseeing as mentioned
  • Oxygen cylinder and medical kit to handle extreme situations.
  • Driver allowances, toll taxes, parking, state taxes

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Alcoholic Beverages.
  • Your Personal & Medical Expenses.
  • Anything that is not mentioned above in the inclusions is excluded.
  • Any expenses caused due to conditions beyond our control such as road
  • blockage,road accidents, landslides (to be borne by the customer on the spot)
  • Any medical expenses
  • Cost incurred due to change in itinerary due to landslides, roadblocks or factors
  • beyond human control.
What makes this tour special
  • Chandratal Lake Situated at 14,100ft
  • Key Monastery - It is the largest monastery of the Spiti Valley and a religious training centre for lamas.
  • Chicham Bridge - Asia's highest suspension bridge with a 1000ft Deep valley 
  • Hikim Post office - Worlds Highest Post office
  • Langza - Buddha statue in middle of the mountains overlooking the Spiti Valley
  • Komic Village - Highest Village connected to a Motorable road
  • Kunzum Pass - Only accessible for 4 months of the year this pass is situated at 15500 ft when we offer prayers to Kunzum Mata at top

Day 1: Reach Manali | Local Sightseeing

Leave Delhi at 7PM (Day 0). In the morning reach Manali, check in the
hotel and freshen up .
After breakfast, get ready for the local sightseeing of Manali, visit the
ancient cave temple- Hadimba devi temple and Manu Temple,
dedicated to Sage Manu.
Later explore streets of old Manali and try different cuisines at the local
Hippie Cafe's.
Come back to the hotel by evening. Dinner and Overnight stay in

Day 2: Manali to kaza

Wake up early in the morning and after hot and fresh breakfast head
towards Kaza via Atal tunnel.
Enjoy the magical drive over Kunzum Pass to enter the middle land-
mystic Spiti Valley.
Enjoy the mesmerizing views of beautiful landscapes on the drive to
Reach Kaza in the evening. Check in to the hotel and freshen up.
Have your mouthwatering dinner under the sky full of stars and
overnight in Kaza.

Day 3: Kaza Sightseeing

Wake-up early in the morning and get mesmerized by the beautiful
After breakfast, get ready for a full day excursion of Spiti Valley.
Visit the village of the Langza Buddha statue and get awestruck by its beauty.
Drive to the highest motorable road village in the world- Komic and visit
the famous Tanggyud monastery, next stop is Hikkim and from here
send a postcard from 'Highest Post Office' in the World to your loved
Back to Kaza by evening, Dinner and overnight stay in Kaza

Day 4: Kaza to Chandrataal

Wake up early and after having a hearty breakfast, leave for beautiful
crescent shaped Chandratal Lake.
Enroute visit the highest Asia'shighest suspended bridge- ChiCham Bridge
and stop at oldest monastery in Spiti Valley- Key Gompa Monastery.
ln the afternoon reach Chandratal, beauty of this place is spectacular and
the lake is overlooked by the mountains on one side and a circque on the
Check in to the campsite near Chandratal. Dinner and overnight in camps
under the gaze of milky way Galaxy.

Day 5: Departure via Manali

Post breakfast we will start our journey back to Manali through Kaza
On the way, we will be crossing Atal tunnel and pass through some
stunning landscape to reach Manali by afternoon.
After some leisure time at cafes in Manali, we will be boarding an
evening volvo to Delhi.
Overnight journey to Delhi. Reach Delhi the next morning with beautiful
trip memories.
Things to carry


Comfortable Pants (Prefer Cargo/Trek Pants)
Warm Jacket, comfortable tops/shirts.
Inner Thermals (2 pairs)
Down Jacket / Main Jacket
Gloves, Suncap, Woolen Cap Socks (2 Woolen/2 Cotton)


Rucksack (60 Liters+) backpack Rain Cover
UV Protected Sunglasses
Sturdy Comfortable Shoes
Towels, Personal Medication
Torch, Water Bottle, Power Bank, Mobile Charger/Travel Charger ,Hand Sanitizer, Toiletries, Cold Cream,
Lip Guard, Sunscreen
Lotion (SPF 40+)


ID Driver's License
Passport and Visa copy for Foreign Nationals

Vehicle: Tempo Traveller (All costs are person)

Manali to Manali :11999per person (3 Persons in 1 room)
Manali to Manali: 12999 per person (2 Persons in 1 room)
Delhi To Delhi : 13999 per person (3 Persons in 1 room)
Delhi To Delhi : 14999 per person (2 Persons in 1 room)
  • Note: Kids above 7 years are charged Full
Batch Dates

July 2024

  • 28-Jun - 04-Jul
  • 05-Jul - 11-Jul
  • 12-Jul - 18-Jul
  • 19-Jul - 25-Jul
  • 26-Jul - 01-Aug

August 2024

  • 02-Aug - 08-Aug
  • 09-Aug - 15-Aug
  • 16-Aug - 22-Aug
  • 23-Aug - 29-Aug

September 2024

  • 30-Aug - 05-Sep
  • 06-Sep - 12-Sep
  • 13-Sep - 19-Sep
  • 20-Sep - 26-Sep
  • 27-Sep - 03-Oct
Things you should know before you book!
  • This is backpacking adventure tour You will be staying with locals of the region in their homestays.
  • Food served will be local menu and what people generally eat in the region One cannot expect hotel like services in homestays.
  • Conditions in winters are extremely harsh, Dry toilets will be used as Water in the pipelines freezes so no running water will be available.
  • Locals have limited supply of wood so Bukhari will work for limited time.
  • Air is thin and dry winds flow during winters, you have to take care of your own health.
  • Vehicle ac will not work in the mountains 
  • Tour may get cancelled if we don't receive enough bookings and Routes De India will not be responsible for any charges borne by customers like flight cancellation charge or train cancellation charge We will provide you a free date change option or full refund of amount paid to us
  • Any extra charges due to change in itinerary due to any reason will borne by travelers (except - if company changes the itinerary)
  • This trip takes you through high altitude regions of Himalayas and certain level of fitness is required to complete this trip
  • We are Not liable for Any accidents, any mishaps/Injury which may happen on tour
  • You Will be Asked to sign a Declaration relieving "Routes De India" from liability
Cancellation Policy
  • Booking amount is non refundable (Rs. 4500)
  • Cancellations done 30 days prior to date of departure - No cancellation charge (booking amount not refundable)
  • Cancellations done 29 - 15 days prior to date of departure 40% of the total trip cost would be charged as cancellation fees
  • Cancellations done 14 - 7 days prior to date of departure 70% of the total trip cost would be charged as cancellation fees
  • Cancellations done 7 - 1 days prior to date of departure 100% of the total trip cost would be charged as cancellation fees You are not applicable for a refund if you fail to show up on the day of departure under the given timeline that has been provided to you beforehand