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Kinnour Spiti Valley with Keylong Tour Ex Delhi 12 Nights & 13 Days By Cab

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Meal: Dinner
Only On arrival at Delhi Airport/Railway Station and you will be met, assisted and drive to Shimla
(located 350kms). Shimla was the former summer capital of British India, set amidst the snow
capped Shivalik Mountains. Which offers some of the most stunning views of the mighty
Himalayas. On arrival at Shimla check in at the hotel. Overnight stay at Shimla.(8-9hrs Journey)

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast at hotel we will set off at around 9:00A.M. Today it is a drive of 9-10 hrs, driving
through the Charabra, Kufri, beautiful villages of Fagu, Theog, Matiana, Narkanda and Rampur. En
route we will have many comfort breaks and will visit the Apple orchards and Hattu peak (3,400
metres/ 11,154 feet) at Narkanda, from where you can have a spectacular view of the mighty
Central Himalayas and will also visit the traditional wodden carved temple of Godess Kali on the
top. We will also stop by a small lake on the way to Hattu Peak. Later on we continue our drive to
Sarahan via Rampur and enroute we will stop for lunch break and various picture breaks and
comfort breaks.Sarahan the tiny village offers the splendid views of Shrikhanda Mahadev Peak
(5,155 metres). The major attraction in Sarahan is centuries-old Hindu temple of Godess
Bhimakali. Steeped in legend, the temple complex is a resplendent example of hill architecture.
Sarahan is also the gateway to Kinnaur valley.Overnight stay at hotel Sarahan.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast at your hotel, we will visit the famous temple of Bhimakali at Sarahan. This is the
same temple in which human sacrifices were made about two centuries ago. After visiting the
temple we will continue driving to Sangla (4-5 hrs) where you will check in at your hotel or could
also choose to stay in fixed luxury tented accommodation. After lunch you will be taken on a walk
through Kamru and Sangla villages ( 1-2 hrs) and we will visit the beautifully carved old temples and
Buddhist monasteries. You will have plenty of opportunity to speak to the local people in these
valleys. The Sangla valley is also known as the Baspa Sangla valley, after river Baspa which flows
through the valley and it is the part of Kinnaur valley. Overnight in accommodation / hotel in in

After breakfast at the hotel driving you to Chitkul which is the last village on Indian side on the Indo
“Tibetan border. The village of Chitkul is like something from a fairy tale, and you will have a
chance to walk slowly around it. The landscapes are stunning, and you will have plenty of time to
enjoy them and talk to the local people. We will return to Sangla for lunch in the local restaurants
and later the rest of the day is free to relax in the mountain landscape or if you like you can walk to
another nearby villages or nature walk. you will be driven to Kalpa village (2-3 hrs.) Enroute we will
stop at Recongpeo and will have a walk around the local market. Recongpeo is the district
headquarters of Kinnaur district. We will have lunch in a local restaurant where you have a choice
to enjoy Indian or Tibetian food. After lunch we will drive to kalpa ( 7 kms), you will check in to your
hotel. After some rest you may wish to take a walk to Kalpa village and the nearby Roghi village.
These villages are covered with thick pine forests and are famous for apricots and apples. The
finest view of the Mt. Kinner Kailash Mountain (6000 metres) can be had from here. This is a
spectacular sight early in the morning as the rising sun touches the snowy peaks with crimson and
gold light.Overnight stay at hotel Kalpa.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
Today is the day where we enter the Spiti Valley. The road from Kalpa initially descends to the
Indo-Tibet Highway and continues on the left bank of Sutlej till Khab, the confluence of Spiti and
Sutlej. We leave Sutlej behind and continue upstream of Spiti. Suddenly you can see the
landscape has transformed with barren mountains all around. After an hour climb we reach Nako,
another little village situated at an altitude of 3800m. The main attraction of this village is the
artificial lake, which in the late spring is a sight to behold with pink flowers bloom all around the
lake. After a brief stop at the lake we descend down to the river bed and continue upstream of Spiti
crossing several villages  Chango, Shalkar, Sumdo, Hurling; before we enter the town of Tabo.
Chos Khor Gompa is a 1020 year monastery located in the quaint village of Tabo. The monastery
is one of the most ornately decorated depicting the life of the Buddha Pantheon covering its entire
walls. You can spend enough time here talking to the monks trying to understand what a thangka
painting is. Spend your day relaxing in the fields of Tabo or hike up to the caves, the monks used
to meditate. Overnight stay at Tabo.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast checkout from the hotel visit Tabo Monastery – it is considered to be older than 1000 yrs,
Dhankar Gompa- it is built on a 300 m high spur & overlooks the confluence of spiti & pin rivers, Key
Monastery at Kibber & Commic Village. Dhangkar monastery, which was once the capital of Spiti, under
King’s rule. Dhang means cliff and kar means fort, the fort situated on the edge of a cliff. Dhangkar
Gompa or monastery is one of the architectural master pieces of the Buddhist yore. Built 800 years ago this is
one of the endangered archaeological sites in the world. Experience the old world feeling of the Dhangkar
monastery.After that leave for pin valley Pin Valley National Park is a National park of India located within
the Lahaul and Spiti district, in the state of Himachal Pradesh, in far Northern India.On arrival ar pin valley

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast wake up to the stunning landscape of Pin Valley National Park. Enjoy a
cup of tea and walk around. From Pin, we shall head to visit Khungri monastery- the
last hold of Buchen Lamas in Sangam. After this, we make our way to Key monastery
and Khibber Village. Key monastery is on top of a mountain overlooking the Spiti valley
and a huge river bed. It is also the main learning centre for Lamas following Geluk sect
of Buddhism. This monastery houses some 100 odd monks. We shall climb a little
further and visit Khibber Village- which was once the highest motorable village in the
world. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
On the sixth day of this Spiti Valley tour, we drive to some of the highest inhabited regions of the
world. The highest village in Asia, Komik, which literally translates to eye of a snow cock, is
situated at a height of 4513 meters. This farming village has a population of 84 people, living in
utter isolation, cut-off from the rest of the world for most parts of the year. Later, we drive to Hikkim
where we visit the world highest post office in the world. If possible, you might even meet the post-
master and hear his stories. After sending out a postcard, we drive to Langza. Langza village is
situated at an altitude of 4400 meters and belongs to the Sakyapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism.
Langza houses a population of 137 in 33 households. Once you are here, you can walk around the
village and visit the ancient Lang (Temple) which is estimated to be around 1000 years old. At
Langza This centuries – old gompa is a labyrinth of rooms and corridors and at one time
also acted as a fort. It houses valuable thangkas and offers a panoramic view of the area. Also visit
the small gompa at Kibber, 9 kms further ahead. Kibber at 4205 m has the distinction of being the
highest permanently inhabited village of the region. Overnight at Hotel.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner On the seventh day of this Spiti Valley tour, we drive to one of the most
photogenic places in Spiti Valley the Chandratal Lake. Before that, we pass through the high
altitude pass of Kunzum La. Stop by at the stupa and pay tribute to the local goddess,Kuzum
Mata¬ as she's known. At 15,000 feet above sea-level, the Kuzum Pass connects Kullu and Lahaul
to the Spiti Valley. From there, we head to Chandratal Lake A visual marvel, this stunning blue-
coloured lake is set at an altitude of 4,300 meters above sea level in the heart of high Himalayas
and is a must see on a full moon night. It derives its name, Chandra (Moon) and (Lake) from the
crescent shape of the lake. Watch the lake change colours from crystal clear shades of blue to
emerald greens by dusk. Overnight stay at  camp Chandar tal.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
After an early breakfast by 6:30 a.m., check-out from the hotel & drive to Keylong via
the Kunzumla Pass which, at 4590 mts., is the highest pass on the Spiti Lahaul Road.
Rudyard Kipling said of the region “Surely the Gods live here, this no place for Men”.
Most of the Government offices are located at Keylong. This is also the hub-centre of all
commercial activity, with a regular bazaar. The landscape is barren all around while the
valley floor is lush green with fields of barley, potato & hops, fringed with trees of
willow & poplar. Since the altitude is low, apples, walnuts, apricots, etc. are grown in
this area. Because of its panoramic setting Lieut. Col. the Hon’ble C. G. Bruce, M. V.O.
likened Keylong to a barbaric jewel – a roughly cut emerald in a bronze & silver setting.
“It is an Oasis of green fields & willow planted water courses surrounded by brown hills
& snowy heights”. En-route, stop at the tiny hamlet of Chattru for refreshment. Arrive
at Keylong & check-in to your hotel. Dinner & overnight stay at Keylong.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
After breakfast, visit Gondla [3110 mts / 18 km] situated on the right bank
of River Chandra which is famous for its ancient fort. After an early lunch,
leave for Triloknath [2660 mts / 57 km] which is famous for its Triloknath
Temple, sacred to both Hindu & Buddhists. On your return, visit Udaipur
[2523 mts / 53 km], home to the Mrikula Devi Temple, which is famous for
wood carvings. Udaipur is located in Upper Lahaul in the Pattan Valley.
Earlier, this village was known as Margul, and was renamed at the time of
Raja Udai Singh of Chamba [1690 – 1728 AD]. Return to Keylong. Free
time for shopping at Keylong, which is famous for shawls, local tweeds,
caps, rugs, footwear, natural olive & almond oil, silver jewelry, pullovers,
woollen jackets, metal craft, bamboo products & fresh fruits. Dinner &
overnight at Keylong.

Meal:- Breakfast & Dinner
Today morning after breakfast checkout from the hote drive to
Manali .via Rohtang pass. Rohtang Pass carry warm clothes like
hand gloves, muffler, sweater, shawl, socks &sports shoes etc. Enroute overcoats and shoes are available on hire. Please note
that Rohtang Pass Star At Manali

Meal:- Breakfast Only
After breakfast checkout from the hotel and leave for Chandigarh.On tha
way Kullu or Kulu is the capital town of the Kullu district in the Indian state
of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the Beas River in the
Kullu Valley about 10 kilometres north of the airport at Bhuntar. Kullu
Valley is a broad open valley formed by the Beas River between Manali
and Largi. Drop at Chandigarh Airport / railway station.

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