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The Himalayas call you to its offbeat alpine terrains where peace dwells forever! Let us transform the calling into reality with this nine days and eight nights Kinnaur Spiti Valley taxi tour package from Chandigarh.
The loveliness of nature, the serenity of the environment, the enormous charming mountains, and the fascinating history of the valleys are the major attractions of the Kinnaur and Spiti Valleys. These highlights would give you a clue about the impressive hill stations.
- Chitkul: The last occupant village on the Indian horizontal of the India-Tibet border. The significant tourist magnetism of this village is having a meal in the “Hindustan ka Akhri Hotel” (The Last Restaurant of India)
- Trout fish farms in Kinnaur Valley: these were set up by the government of Himachal in 1926. Seemingly, the 1st fish breeding farm in our country.
- The village of Mist, Fagu, is usually covered in a dense veil of fog for nine months a year. It is a magical township that charms the visitors.
A simple peek must have gushed your curiosity to know all the elements of this Kinnaur Valley taxi tour package. The itinerary of the Kinnaur Spiti Taxi Tour Package from Chandigarh is explained below in detail.
Day 1: Voyage from Chandigarh to Narkanda (192 KM, 5-6 Hrs)
- The Kinnaur and Spiti taxi tour starts from Chandigarh.
- From here we will be traversing after having a lavish meal at Nik baker’s (renowned for their cheesy fries, pizzas and burgers).
- The gained calories, after having a yummy meal, will be burnt by walking through the lush and royal garden in Chandigarh. Commonly known as Pinjore gardens.
- On reaching Parwanoo, an exciting halt will give you an exciting feel of the Himalayas at Timber Trail Resort. The resort is exceptional as it can be touched only by a cable trolley.
- More, this mesmerizing journey will take you through the towns of Shimla, Fagu, Theog, Matiana, and then finally Narkanda.
- Meanwhile, during the leisurely trip, you will be amazed by a few places in between
- Your next break would be at the magical foggy town, Fagu, in the vicinity of Kufri. You will be having lunch at Snow flakes food point . They serve extra-delicious channa kulcha. Afternoon meal break will be followed by a holy visit to Bhantia Devta Temple.
- A whole night break at Narkanda is worthy to have for rest. You shall be visiting the famous Hattu Peak and Hattu temple here. The sight from the temple will take your heart away!
- Sleep well at night to recharge yourself to enter the gorgeous valley of Kinnaur tomorrow.
Day 2: Narkanda to Sangla Trip (162 KM, 7-8 Hrs)
- The 8-10 hours voyage will demand a delightful dinner at the Tenzin – Tibetan and Chinese Kitchen in Sarahan
- Before departure from Sarahan, gather sanctifications at Bheemakali temple for a fascinating and as well as safe journey.
- The driver will halt in between at the HP petrol pump, where you can stretch your legs for a while and click snaps of the amazing route.
- The highway to Kinnaur is christened as the Hindustan-Tibet road. It will take you to the First destination in Kinnaur valley, Sangla Village.
- This highway bifurcates at Kharcham, where you will be given a break to visit the Kharcham Dam, built on the major water source of Kinnaur valley, Baspa river.
- You will know when Sangla is reached once you realize the Dungyur Temple has come.
- Surge the awesome experience of the Kinnaur valley tour by hooking yourself at the campsite near Baspa River. We vouch for Apple Orchard Farm and Camping.
- The night will be glittering with stars and sprightly with music and bonfire.
Day 3: Exploring Sangla and Chitkul
- Next morning, you will be left aghast by the Baspa River covered in a veil of misty fog. Visit the bank of the river and splash water on your face from the stream.
- Revel in the taste of special buttery cha (tea) of Kinnaur along with local food in breakfast. You will get all the food pest and chemical-free here.
- Let’s explore Sangla after you pacified your belly
- Kamru Fort: It will be in the vicinity of your stay towering on a mountain top. It is supposed that the castle was built by Lord Badrinath. A temple consecrated to the avatar of the lord has been built inside the castle. The foremost gate of the castle has a spectacular image of Lord Buddha engraved on it.
- Trout fish farm and wood carving factory are the two places you would like to visit. Kinnauri woodwork artists are endowed with remarkable skill. They can turn a mere piece of wood into attractive decorative merchandise.
- Chitkul: It is the last village of the country adjoining Tibet. You will be having an interesting experience here. Garner blessing at Mathi Devi Temple followed by a short hike to Step Waterfalls. See here how this waterfall will fascinate you!
- Rachkam Village: Another well-known camping site by the side of river Baspa overwhelmed with the loveliness of the Kinnaur valley.
- At night, during the bonfire party, have the taste of the Kinnauri wine, Angoori. It is habitually consumed by individuals here to beat the cold climate.
Day 4: From Sangla to Kalpa + Kalpa Sightseeing (40 KM, 2-3 Hrs)
- Day to treasure another precious gem of the Kinnaur Tour, Kalpa.
- You will reach Kalpa crossing through Powri and Reckong Peo.
- River Sutlej will flow by your side all along the trip until you reach Khawangi Mandir.
- Afterwards, you will reach the marketplace of Reckong Peo, where we will get a halt for lunch.
- The colossal Mount Kinnaur Kailash is noticeable ubiquitously in Kalpa. The revered mountain is the house of Lord Shiva and his wife Devi Parvati. Thousands of devotees come here every year.
- Explore Kalpa’s amazing captivations before resting in the evening.
- Chandika Devi temple: Protector of Kinnaur valley, Divinity resides in the temple beautified by the alpine backdrop. This temple is in the vicinity of the Kothi village.
- There are two Tibetan monasteries near Kalpa – Hu-Bu-Lan-Kar Monastery and Brelangi Monastery – you shall be exploring
- Roghi Village: The picturesque village will make you tumble in love with the stillness. Your thoughts will no more trouble you because the prettiness of the village always leaves a quiet effect.
- Kalpa Suicide Point: The name per se has a thrill. Reach the point to gape at the sunset, after crossing the deep furrows.
Day 5: Enter Spiti Valley and Reach Kaza (200 KM, 9-10 Hrs)
- As you begin the road-ride from Kalpa, River Sutlej will again accompany you till you do not reach the Khab Sangam – the exuberant union of Spiti and Sutlej River.
- This journey is planned to blow your mind. How? As you see the difference between Kinnaur Valley and Spiti Valley, you won’t believe what you see – green pastures to brown arid mountains.
- Capture the instants in your camera every time you get the chance to halt on the long journey.
- Pooh: It will come in between where you will get a relaxed halt for having a meal at Lungta Café
- Nako Village: Known for the tranquil Nako Lake.
- Gue Village: in the monastery of the hamlet, a monk’s cadaver has been well-looked-after (more than 500 year old)
- Reach the village of Tabo in the evening. And explore the ancient monastery.
- Finally, at night you will reach Kaza.
Day 6: Kaza Tour Today
- Magnificence comes as you open your eyes to the lovely morning in Kaza.
- Today, you would be seeing the valuable gems of the Spiti valley
- Key Monastery: A thousand-year-old Fort on the peak of a mountain in the valley of Spiti.
- Kibber Village: One of the prominent attractions of this village is the wildlife sanctuary, homes of rare animals like Ibex, snow fox, snow leopard, and more.
- Chicham Bridge: Asia’s highest bridge for vehicles that adjoins Chicham and Kibber townships.
- Langza Village: An archeological place having pre-historic maritime fossils buried in its earth.
- Hikkim: this village has the highest post office in the realm of the earth that operates for 9 months a year.
- Komik Village: World’s highest occupant village
- Relish the genuine Tibetan cuisines like Thukpa, dumplings and more at restaurant Zamosa in Kaza in the evening.
Day 7: Reach the Enchanting Chandratal Lake (114 KM, 6-7 Hrs)
- The premium day of the Kinnaur and Spiti package tour.
- Depart from Kaza to triumph over the Chandratal Lake summit.
- In between, two halts will be given at Losar Village and Kunzum pass.
- Gawk at the turquoise lake for several minutes in astonishment.
- Continue the delight with a night’s stay at the campsite in the vicinity of the lake.
Day 8: Chandratal to Manali (130 KM, 7-8 Hrs)
- Bye-bye Spiti valley!
- Leave the campsite near Chandratal in the morning and head for Manali.
- Halts at Rohtang pass and Nehru Kund will bring again the incessant enthralling experience.
- Visit a restaurant or club in the night to get back to the disordered yet lovable life.
Day 9: End the Kinnaur and Spiti Trip in Chandigarh (310 KM, 8-9 Hrs)
- Start the end of the Kinnaur and Spiti trip today.
- Ride to Chandigarh with two exalting slowdowns at Pandoh Dam and Hanogi Mata temple on the way.
- Surely, you had an astounding experience.
- We will meet you on your next voyage to Himachal Pradesh