Could be dubbed as the better half of Spiti, Lahaul valley lies in the southern hemisphere of Spiti on the other side of the Kunzum pass. Lahaul is the one hill station in Himachal Pradesh that has been christened with 2 names – “Country of gods” and the other one is “Country in the south”.Keylong, is the governmental district of the valley. Opulent in culture supplying whiff of the Buddhism, Keylong has many austere edifices towering from 100s of years here. Kardang monastery and Shahshur Monastery are the 2 of many that are fascinating tourists in Keylong
Lahaul attracts agile trekkers to regin the summit of the Baralacha Pass. hence, the valley has been continuously attracting adventurers from around the world.
Himachal taxi tourism service has Lahaul encompassed in the Spiti packages. Hence, both the eccentric hill sites are covered in 1 package.
Spiti Valley is an mysitical Hill station in Himachal, known for its striking and pleasing sights of mountains and hermitages. Spiti Valley has an imperative pilgrimage route to Tabo Monastery, which is only 50 kms away from Kaza town.
Hill station is a popular trekking site for seasoned trekkers, pilgrims and adventure seekers.
Undoubtedly, it is famous for its regal view of majestic peaks of the great Himalayas, beautiful snow-capped mountains, ancient monasteries, picturesque landscapes, and rare marine vestiges that are found in Langza.
Spiti valley is always covered in a dense shroud of snow during winters, which makes it unsociable from November till February. Consequesnly, the ideal time to visit the fascinating hill site is from April till October. It is dubbed as a cold desert, though, still has the mystical beauty that is incomparable to any other hill station of Himachal.
Lake Chandratal, Dhankar Monastery, Tabo Gompa, Langza village, Kibber, Hikkim, and Chicham Bridge are excellent tourist locations having varied exclusivity of their own.
Our special Spiti tour Packages are from Delhi, Manali and Chandigarh.
Travellers are left in wonder when the forested hillsides and greens landscape abruptly change to a sandy, dessicated desert that has freckles of green hues. however, the uncooked beauty has its own amazement that couldn’t be compared.
Keylong, is the governmental district of the valley. Opulent in culture supplying whiff of the Buddhism, Keylong has many austere edifices towering from 100s of years here. Kardang monastery and Shahshur Monastery are the 2 of many that are fascinating tourists in Keylong
Arrive at Delhi Airport Terminal/ Railway Terminal & drive to Shimla a drive of around 10
hours reach to Shimla. Spend the day at leisure by exploring the Mall. Overnight stay at
After breakfast, drive from Shimla to Sarahan via Kufri, Theog, Fagu, Narkanda, Rampur. On
this route, halt at Rampur for lunch. On reaching Sarahan, check-in to your Hotel.
2165 metres above the sea level, Sarahan commands a view of Srikhand Mahadev Peak and is
famous for 800 years old Bhimkali Temple, one of the best examples of Hill Architecture. Iin
the evening, enjoy panoramic view of Shrikhand Peaks. Also visiting Bhimkali Temple – one of
the 51 Shaktipeeths. Attend the mesmerising evening Aarti Ceremony there.
After this return to your hotel for a delicious dinner and overnight stay.
Sarahan is 2744 metres above sea level. Participate in the morning aarti at Bhimkali Temple.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and depart for Sangla via Karcham. Your journey from
here will take you to another spectacular destination in the middle of the Himalayas which is
also known as Baspa valley. It is, without doubt, the prettiest valley in Himachal.
Arrive at Sangla and check in to the hotel. After a delicious dinner, enjoy a comfortable
overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast, explore the ancient Kamru Fort and Temple which is dedicated to the
Goddess Kamakhya Devi which was brought from Assam. After lunch, leave for an excursion to
Chitkul, the last Village on an old Indo-Tibetan trade route. Walk through the green orchards
and enjoy the serenity as a brilliant stream passes by. As the day ends, return to the hotel in
Sangla for dinner and a comfortable overnight stay
After breakfast this morning, check-out from your hotel and drive to Kalpa. 2670 metres
above the sea level, Kalpa is the district headquarter of Kinnaur and was once the favorite
getaway of Lord Dalhousie. On reaching Kalpa, check-in to your Hotel. Once known as Chini,
little has changed in Kalpa in the last 500 years. Legend has it that when Lord Dalhousie
wanted to take a break from his hectic schedule in Shimla, he would come here on his
Horseback. By the side of Kalpa is a 79-foot rock formation that resembles a Shivlinga that
changes the colour as the day passes and is visible to the naked eye on a clear day. After
lunch, rest in your hotel for a while. In the evening, visit the Buddhist Gompa – Hu Bu Lan
Kar. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Early morning, enjoy the Sunrise over Kinner Kailash Peaks. Kalpa is famous for its apples &
chilgoza plantations. The tree belongs to the Pine Family & the fruit is in about an inch long,
in soft cover. After breakfast, visit the local School & Narayan Nagini Temple Complex, which
has Shrines of Hindu, Buddhist and local Deities. After lunch, go for an excursion trip to Roghi
Village to get closer to the ‘Pahari’ way of Life as you mingle with the locals. Later return to
your hotel in Kalpa for dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, drive to Delhi, and further to Delhi and get dropped at the railway station or
airport for your onward journey.
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