Somewhere in the middle of Ladakh and Tibet, lies a vastly remote stretch of land, untouched and serene, as in depicting a kingdom from Lord of the Rings. Just replace the castles with monasteries and strange magical creatures with the humble yak!

The enchanting Spiti Valley, with its dreamy landscapes, leaves every traveller spellbound as a whole new world opens up to embrace you in its beauty. Our Spiti Kinnaur valley holiday package is the best way to explore this area. We will start the journey from Chandigarh and drive into the Himalayas. The winding roads will lead us to Spiti-Kinnaur Valley through beautiful towns and hill stations of Shimla, Sangla, Nako, Kaza, Kibber and Manali.

So fasten your seat belts and get ready for the roadtrip of a lifetime! Book Spiti-Kinnaur Valley tour packages from T Trikon for a memorable experience.

About Spiti Valley Tour

Spiti is truly a delight for those who are looking for the roads less travelled. Untamed mountains, vivid landscapes, monks, cascading rivers and the bluish Chandratal Lake make Spiti, a paradise for offbeat travelers. The Spiti Circuit is indeed the best way to explore the entire valley; we call it a circuit tour as we just don’t stick to the usual itinerary for Lahaul-Spiti valley but also encompass the Kinnaur valley, which is an eye charmer known for the drastic change in greenery and laidback hamlets. Right from the queen of Hill stations Shimla to the tucked away paradise of Chitkul-Sangla Valley, this trip is bound to give you a once in a lifetime experience for sure. The Budda land embraced by the monks is truly a bliss to witness and connect with your innerself. So, what stops you from taking this dream Himalayan Road trip with Trikon! Come on let’s land to the Monkland and soak in some peace and tranquility.

Please Note:
We almost never cancel our events. But in case we cancel an event because of natural calamities (snowstorms, thunderstorms, floods, landslides, earthquakes) or unexpected political unrest, curfews, local riots, government orders, unexpected global health issues, Trikon will issue a voucher for the full amount of your event fee. You can redeem the Event Voucher on any of our events over the next one year.

Travel suggestions:

  • Ensure that you land/arrive in New Delhi Station at latest by 11 am as we will depart from the airport by 12 pm on Day 

  • Take a flight/train post 8 pm on Day 8


Batch 1: 08th May - 15th May,2022 

Batch 1: 22th May - 29thMay,2022

7 Nights 8 Days Available on request Rohini, Delhi

Day 1 : Delhi – Shimla [6-7 hours]

We start the roadtrip at 11 AM by driving out of city limits, leaving the hustle-bustle behind, in quest for calmer mountains. The twisting and turning path leads us to to the capital city of Himachal Pradesh – Shimla, where we spend the night.

Day 2 : Shimla – Sangla - Chitkul [6 -7 hours]

We wake up early today and start at 6 am for the traverse through Sangla valley. Known predominantly for its agriculture, almost every house in Sangla will have cultivations of apples, pears, walnuts, apricots or potatoes.En route we also walk up to Sangla Fort, a historic fort with a famous local folklore and moreover, the location provides with absolutely stunning views.

We continue for a short drive from Sangla to Chitkul which will be one of the most scenic drives you’ll take with plenty of opportunities to take stunning photographs. Walk around the Bapsa river and pay tribute to the Mathi Goddess at the temple in the village. We will spend the night at a homestay/camps in Chitkul.

Day 3 : Chitkul - Nako [6-7 hours]

We leave Sangla valley and drive towards Spiti valley. Post breakfast, enjoy vistas en route, visit Baspa Dam. As we cross the confluence of two rivers, climbing up into Spiti, we get to  the village of Nako which is home to a monastery established back in the 11th century. Also, there is a beautiful and calming lake just as we walk across the village. Tonight will be our first night in the valley of Spiti as we stay close to the lake in Nako village.

Day 4 : Nako – Tabo - Mud – Kaza [8-9 hours]

We then drive through Sumdo, the first village of Spiti Valley on this road. Tabo would be our first stop in the glorious, mystical Spiti Valley. The second largest village of the Spiti Valley, Tabo, is known worldwide for its 1000-year-old Tabo Monastery. Walk around this UNESCO world heritage site and gain a deeper insight into Buddhism. Unlike other monasteries in the Spiti Valley, the Tabo monastery is located at the bottom of the valley.

We drive towards the beautiful Pin Valley, which is home to the rare snow leopard and its prey, the ibex. It derives its name from the Pin river.

We will be proceeding to Dhankar which is renowned for its 1200-year old monastery balanced precariously on a rocky precipice. If time and energy permit, we do the easy 45-minute trek to the stunning turquoise coloured Dhankar Lake.

We will visit the Kungri Monastery and then the beautiful hamlet of Mudh – the last motorable village of the Pin Valley. By evening, drive to Kaza, the commercial capital of the Spiti valley and spend the night in a hotel.No worries rega

Day 5: Kaza - Komik - Hikkim – Langza – Key Monastery – Kaza [5-6 hours]

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. 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 drove to Hikkim which has the world's highest post office! Don't forget to write to your dear ones in the good old traditional way. You will find beautiful postcards and stamps here to send a memorabilia home!

After lunch we head to Key Monastery. Founded in the 11th century, the Key Monastery was built on top of a hill at an altitude of 13,668 ft. It is the biggest monastery in Spiti Valley and also a religious training centre for the Lamas. Ancient murals, paintings and religious books can be found here. Once done, we return back to Kaza and relax for the night

Day 6 : Kaza - Kalpa [7- 8 hours]

We now drive back towards Shimla. En route covering anything we missed due to shortage of time. En route visit the infamous Suicide Point. We take a detour once we are back into Kinnaur – Kalpa, a location with absolutely fabulous views of the high Himalayas, especially Mt. Kinner Kailash.

Day 7 : Kalpa - Shimla [6-7 hours]

Today, its time to relax as we reach Shimla by late afternoon. We explore the Mall Road of Shimla, watch a beautiful sunset and chill at one of the best local cafes’ in Shimla with some soothing music, while enjoying the view of the night lights. Stay at a hotel in Shimla and prepare for the return journey the next day.

Day 8 :  Shimla to Delhi [7-8 hours]

By now, we bet your camera and phone's memory cards will be full to capacity with mind-blowing snaps and your heart full of joy as we end the grand Himalayan road trip today! The best Spiti - Kinnaur valley holidays will give you a lifetime of memories.  


What is included in the tour

  • Accommodation in triple sharing rooms for all the days (Double sharing can be done at additional costs)
  • Breakfast & Dinner at all hotels, homestays, camps
  • Comfortable non-AC Force Traveler/Innova for all days as per the itinerary
  • Pickup & Drop from New Delhi Railway Station ONLY
  • TTrikon Expertise fees

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Train / Air Fare to and from Delhi
  • Lunch on all days
  • Any Personal Expenses / Tips / Beverages that are not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any permits, activities, accommodation or transfers other than what is mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any cost arising out of unforeseen circumstances including medical emergencies and acts of God
  • 5% GST
Things to carry
Valid Identity Proof (Passport / Voter ID Card), along with 2 Photocopies
2 Passport Size Color Photographs
Water Bottles
A light-weighted Haversack or Backpack, and a smaller Day Sack
Good pair of trekking shoes, and a pair of flip-flops
Woolen Gloves, woolen socks, Monkey Cap/Balaclava, Neck Scarf
Thermal Inners
Snow Jackets and Fleece Jackets
Waterproof gloves and windcheater/poncho
Personal clothing (Dressing Moderately is mandatory to visit Monasteries and Dzongs)
Cap, sunglasses, scarf
Camera, Binoculars (Optional)
Toiletries – Sunscreen, Moisturizer, Light towel, Lip balm, Wet wipes, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Hand Sanitizer
Extra Polythene Bags (To segregate used/ unused garments, wet/ dry clothing)
Any medicines that you consume normally, post consulting a doctor
Mosquito repellent
Snacks & Biscuits to munch on (Optional)
Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D powder
Pickup point
Delhi railway station, Siraspur Road, Sector 18, Rohini, Delhi, India View on Map