Breathtaking scenic views, sprawling trekking valleys, ancient temples and Buddhist monasteries, Kinnaur Lahaul Spiti is a must visit tourist site in Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by amazing landscapes offering your glimpses of Hinduism and Buddhism, a trip to Kinnaur Lahaul Spiti takes you a different era where peace walks hand-in-hand with you, giving you a quality time to listen to your inner consciousness. Compeltely different from each other, at Lahaul, you would get lost in the nature’s best show while in Spiti is a comparatively colder region. Enjoy amazing sights, views and experiences at your Kinnaur Kaza tour package.
Upon arrival in Chandigarh airport or railway station, get transferred to Sarahan. Spend the night at the hotel in Sarahan.
Post a quick breakfast, visit the famous Bhimkali Temple, one of the 51 Shaktipeeths that witnessed the human sacrifices about two centuries ago. Drive towards Sangla, check in to hotel or luxury tented accommodation and rest for a while before resuming your trip to Kamru and Sangla villages to witness amazing ancient temples and Buddhist monasteries. On taking a tour of the local market, you can speak to local people and gather more information about the place. Spend the rest of your night at the hotel in Sangla.
On third day, visit Sangla, Kamru village and Kamru Fort to enrich your jouney. You can get a tour of the temple dedicated to Goddess Kamaksha Devi. Being a populous and fertile village, Sangla is situated at an altitude of 262 mts above sea level, just 17 kms away from Karcham. The next stop is Chitkul village in Kinnaur district – the last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibetan border located in the Baspa valley. Take pleasure of watching never-seen sights of the terrains and green vegetation. You can also get a closer look of the Mt. Kinner Kailash from here. Night halt at the hotel in Sangla.
On fourth day, proceed for Kalpa village while halting at Recongpeo – the district headquarters of Kinnaur district. Walk around the local market to experience the freshness and beauty of nature. Dine in a local restaurant to seek pleasure of delicious Indian as well as Tibetan cuisines. After lunch, visit Kalpa and Roghi village, covered with thick pine forests and best known for their apple & apricot forests. Also, catch the closer experience of the Mt. Kinnaur Kailash that stands tall at an altitude of 6000 mts above sea level. Spend the night at the hotel in Kalpa Valley.
On fifth day you’ll enjoy the excursion of Tabo – the exemplary tourist location. Halt at Puh and Nako, to take your lunch and rest for a while. Stopover at Gue village – one of the last villages on the Indo-Tibetan border, to enjoy the hospitality of local people and witness the naturally preserved mummy of a Buddhist monk who lived back around 600 years. Check into hotel in Tabo while enjoying the beauty of the Spiti valley also known as the cold desert of the Himalayas.
On the seventh day, leave for Langza village where you can walk around and explore the region on your own. Visit monastery at the top of the village and on the way look out for fossils. You could take a ride on yaks and explore how they work in fields and graze in pastures. If possible, you’ll be taken to Hikkim and the Comic village - the world’s highest village (4,450 metres) joined to a motorable road. Continue your visit to Kee monastery and the village of Kibber. Walk to the nearby mountains where there are big herds of Himalayan blue sheep and snow ibex gather in the evening. Lunch will be at Kibber village, in a local restaurant, where you will be offered a choice of delicious Tibetan dishes. Evening at leisure, spend the night at the hotel in Kaza.
Make an early start as you gear up for the longest journey of this trip on the eighth day, from Manali. Halt at Losar to enjoy local breakfast followed by a lunch at Batal. In this trip, you’ll be crossing the two high mountain passes; the highest point on the whole journey (Kunzum Pass, 4,558 metres / 14,950 feet) and also visit the temple on the pass where travelers say prayers before heading down the pass.Enjoy the mesmerizing scenic views at the Kunzum Pass’s CB ranges and Glaciers. Drive further till the Rohtang pass (3,980 metres / 13058 feet) to enter Kullu valley. Reach Manali in the evening and check in and rest for the night.
At Manali, you can visit ancient Hadimba Devi Temple built in the tranquil and serene woods, Tibetan center & monastery, Club House, Van vihar, Mall Road, and Vashisht village, known for its hot sulphur springs,. Enjoy your night at the hotel.
After a quick breakfast, drive to Chandigarh Airport/Railway Station via Kullu, Aut, Hanogi devi temple and Pandoh Dam.Reach Chandigarh in evening. The tour ends here.
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