With a significantly difficult terrain and a panorama that is drop-dead gorgeous, the Kinnaur valley makes for an amazing journey destination. There are locations in India that are outlined using treacherous alleys and lie buried below stiffened snow for the most section of the year. Spiti Valley is one such place. Spiti is domestic to some of the best possible villages, the oldest monasteries, and the most wonderful landscapes you’ll ever see. The best instance of nature’s surrealism, the Spiti Valley, at an altitude of 4000 m, is a barbed and unexplored gem in Himachal Pradesh.
Prepare to get awestruck with the remarkably hanging snow-capped mountains, discover rambling historical monasteries, and savor the wonder of this historic civilization in this particular information to the grit-testing Spiti valley trek.
Day 1 Kalpa ( 7-8 hours travel time)
Start out at around 10 pm from Delhi and reach Shimla at around 6 am. Escape the hustle-bustle of Shimla and move to a lesser-explored cousin of Shimla, Narkanda for breakfast. After freshening up, move to Kalpa.
Spend the night at Kalpa.
Day 2 Chitkul, Sangla Valley
Breakfast in Rekcong Peo town, visit the suicide point in Kalpa, and witness the mighty Kinner Kailash.
Traveling through the mountains of Akpa, we rest the day At Kalpa.
Places to visit: Kothi Devi Temple, Suicide Point, Kalpa Temple
Day 3 Enjoy Holi at Sangla
Start early from Narkanda and go away for Chitkul in the stunning district of Kinnaur. While on the way to Chitkul, enjoy the breathtaking views on the way along the river Sutlej and the mighty Himalayas.
Places to visit: Kamru Fort, Chhitkul, Batseri
Day 4 Narkanda
Head towards Narkanda. Visit Hatu peak and Hatu temple. Overnight stay in Narkanda.
Day 9 Delhi (Around 14 hours travel time)
Spend the day exploring Manali and outskirts and leave for Delhi at 5 in the evening