6 Night 7 Days
Winter, which embraces Spiti Valley in the first week of November, and stays on until the fourth week of March, is a cold, harsh, and tough time in the valley. While it may not be the easiest time to travel through Spiti Valley valley, it certainly is the most rewarding time to come visit.
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Arrive in Shimla and head towards Kalpa. Reach Narkanda first and have lunch there, Reach Kalpa in the evening. Overnight Stay in Kalpa.
After breakfast in Homestay we will proceed towards Spiti Valley, The Headquarter of the Spiti Valley is Kaza. On the way to Kaza visit Tabo Monastery, The monastery is protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) as a national historic treasure of India and after that visit the Dhanker Gompa, The complex is built on a 1000-foot (300-metre) high spur overlooking the confluence of the Spiti and Pin Rivers - one of the world's most spectacular settings for a Gompa. Dhang or dang means cliff, and kar or khar means fort. Hence Dhangkar means fort on a cliff. Reach Kaza in the evening. Overnight stay in Kaza.
Take the morning easy and today we head to Langza- the main area for Fossils, Hikkim- the highest post office in the world, and Komic- one of the highest villages in the world at 4587 meters. A visit to the Tangyud monastery in Komic is also worthwhile. You can see some snow-laden peaks during this drive. To make this memorable, you can also hike from Langza to Komic- 3-4 hours. Visit the postmaster of the highest post office in the world at Hikkim and mail some postcards from here.
After breakfast in homestay head towards Chicham Bridge which is said to be Asia’s Highest Altitude Bridge – Chicham Bridge and after that visit the oldest monastery in the region Key Gompa. Come back to Kaza in the evening. Overnight stay in Kaza.
Leisure Day in Kaza.
After Breakfast, we will head towards Chitkul the last village of India towards China. The beauty and landscape of Chitkul is just mesmerizing. We will stay in Sangla and visit the famous Kamru Naag Fort in Sangla will is is especially known for the tower-like fort at its highest point, which was made by Lord Badhrinath Ji thousands of year ago.
Inside the fort there are about 36 crore (360,000,000) gods and goddess. There is also a shrine to Kamakhya Devi inside the fort campus, which was brought their many years ago from Assam. It is about 2 km from the tourist town of Sangla, on the foot of Kinner-Kailash (House of Lord Shiva).
Overnight stay in Sangla.
Today after breakfast we will head towards Shimla to catch the Volvo/Train from Shimla to Delhi for onward journey.