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Magical Winter Wonderland

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7 Days Road Trip
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INR 36,999
5 % GST is applicable. Includes accommodation, meals and all transfers as per the list of inclusions.

Itinerary Details

Day 1 : Shimla – Kalpa
We meet at a specified point in Shimla around 07:30hrs in morning and start the journey towards Kaza, our todays stay will be in Kalpa - The Winter Abode of Lord Shiva the village of Kalpa Overlooks the Satluj Valley and offers Panoramic Views of Kinnaur Kailash Range including the Holy Mountain. Dinner & overnight at Kalpa Hotel.
Day 2 : Kalpa - Nako - Gue - Tabo
We depart from the hotel after breakfast and go to Tabo, where we see the frozen Nako Lake and visit the monastery. The town is the beginning point for climbs up the highest peak, Himchal Prdesh Reo Purgyil, and provides sweeping views of Manerang Peak. Before travelling to Tabo, a hamlet renowned for its centuries-old monastery, we first stop at the Gue Monastery and the mummified bones of a monk. The Tabo Monastery is renowned for its older-than-the-monastery artefacts and famed Stanka paintings.
Day 3 : Tabo - Dhankar - Mud - Kaza
Visit the Monastery after breakfast before continuing to Dhankar, the ancient Spiti region's capital, which gives a bird's-eye perspective of the valley below and still has some of the fort's original remnants. Later, we travel to Pin Valley National Park, where snow leopard sightings are renowned. After that, we arrive in Kaza, the largest town in the region and the administrative centre of the Spiti Valley. Kaza, which is located in a valley, offers stunning views in all directions.
Day 4 : Kaza & Around
Today we visit the Highest Post Office in the World at Hikkim, the Highest Motorable Village in the World at Komic, the 35 Feet Buddha Statue at Lanza, the Largest Monastery of Spiti Ki Monastery, and the Highest Bridge in Asia as part of our exploration of Kaza and its surroundings. Chicham Bridge and Kibber Village, one of the world's highest inhabited settlements
Day 5 : Kaza
After breakfast – we leave to visit the last village of spiti side i.e. losar. The route sets along the spiti river, driving become more excitings as we head forward and terrains keeps changing, on the way back to kaza we may visit attractiosn like Chicham bridge & kibber village or key monastery ( part of day 4 – which can be skipped on day 4)
Day 6 : Kaza - Rampur Bushahar
On the second to last day of our journey, we travel from Kaza to the renowned Himalayan town of Rampur Bushahar. We follow the same path on the way back, arriving in Rampur by evening. In the evening, spend the night in Rampur Bushahar.
Day 7 : Rampur Bushahar - Shimla
We travel from Satluj Valley to Shimla through Narkanda on the final day of our Trans-Himalayan Saga, depending on the amount of snow. We arrive in Shimla in the late afternoon, giving us plenty of time to unwind before you continue your journey to your home. Shimla is the final stop on the journey.

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Hotels Used

List of Things to Carry for a Winter Spiti Trip


Amendments / Cancellations

25% cancellation of the package cost after confirmation/issuing the hotel voucher.

30% cancellation of the package cost before 30 days of the traveling date.

50% cancellation of the package cost before 15 days of the traveling date.

100% cancellations before 10 days of the travel date.

If a customer cancels a reservation for any reason—such as illness, personal difficulties, a death, an accident, or a no-show—the advance payment is not refundable.

Also take note that all cancellations require written communication. Due to increases in the tariff and taxes for hotels, transportation, or any other service that has been rendered, the Company has full authority to modify the package pricing.

Please take note that while we will be offering double-occupancy hotel rooms in, Rampur, and Kalpa during the height of winter, there may not be many options available in the Spiti Valley, therefore accommodations may also be offered on trip, quad, or maybe in dorms.

What to Expect During Winter Spiti Trip

Since Spiti is a harsh desert, the winters there can be brutally cold. Dry winters with temperatures well below zero are typical (An average of – 10 Degrees and can go down to – 25 Degrees at certain places). Due to this freezing temperatures possibility of Running water is not there as everything liquid is frozen. Therefore, one must be ready to survive for a few days with very primitive amenities, such as using a dry pit toilet. The following information should be kept in mind before visiting Spiti in the dead of winter.

In order to stay warm in this harsh climate, layering is essential. It is advised that when dressed for extreme cold, one should wear at least two layers on the legs and four layers on the upper body. When inside, sit close to the fireplace; when outside, cover your head, feet, and hands. It is necessary to wear thermals with the proper layering of jackets, warm t-shirts, down jackets, windbreakers, warm hats, gloves, and warm socks.
In Spiti, showering is not an option due to the lack of running water, and taking a bath in the subzero temperatures is dangerous for visitors. However, hot water will be provided for brushing and cleaning. As an alternative to cleaning yourself, we advise using a wet towel scrub and packing plenty of tissue rolls for the journey. Dry pit toilets will be used, which may not be a pleasant experience but are hygienic because the pit is deep and there isn't much of a stench because everything is frozen. Please refrain from using your phone when using the restroom.
Limited Food Outlets
It's crucial to bring food with you when travelling in the winter because there aren't many places to eat along the journey and they're typically extremely far apart. We advise bringing along plenty of packages of your favourite snacks, such as chips, dry fruit, chocolate, and biscuits. One needs to be prepared with all of these items in case we get stranded on the trip due to the remoteness of the area and unexpected weather conditions.
Medical Facilities
Being a rural area, Spiti has inadequate medical services. However, there is a hospital in Kaza, although one might not receive proper care there owing to a lack of amenities or occasional lack of electricity, and communication is also a problem because the road may become blocked in the event of snowfall. Our staff will have a basic first aid kit and an oxygen cylinder on hand, but we advise everyone to carry their own small medical bag filled with basic, doctor-prescribed medications for headaches, stomach aches, painkillers, fever, and upset stomach. Make sure to bring your prescription medications with you if you have any pre-existing medical conditions because you might not be able to find them in Kaza or the surrounding area. For immediate major problems
Acute Mountain Sickness

Spiti is a High Altitude Cold Dessert with the average altitude being 11000 Feet AMSL. This makes the possibility of contracting AMS very high. However, we will be halting at lower altitudes before we reach Spiti acclimatizing on the way, yet there are chances one may get AMS in the thin air of Spiti. Symptoms of AMS include:


-Head Ache



-Lack Of Appetite

On the onset of such symptoms, seek immediate assistance and the only way to counter AMS is to descend to lower altitude and as soon as possible.

Drinking lots of water and keeping yourself nourished is important to avoid AMS. Also, avoiding exertion while in a high altitude region is important as heavy physical activity can lead to AMS in certain cases. In case you have asthma, please carry your inhaler with you or, in case of any other similar thing (including Asthma), please consult your doctor before visiting the High Altitude regions.

Fuel & Banking Related Services

There are limited number of ATM’s in Spiti the availability of the same keeps on reducing, on the way to Spiti till around Pooh one will find ATM’s along the way in Spiti ATM’s are only in Tabo & Kaza which may or may not be in working conditions. So its recommended that one carries cash as per their requirement before we venture to Spiti.

There is only one Fuel Pump at Kaza which operates between 11:00 Am till 5:00 Pm and there is no surety if the fuel will be available as in bad weather conditions the pump will not operate. Therefore it is recommended that one carries spare can of fuel in case of emergency and refuel the vehicles when one gets an opportunity to do so.

Roads & Snow Conditions

Spiti lies in Trans Himalayan region of Himachal Pradesh, the high altitude and lack of vegetation makes driving or travelling in Spiti unpredictable and the activity involves risk of injury and even death as weather conditions are unpredictable. Chances of roads getting blocked in bad weather are high so please be flexible with your schedule as one may get stuck here for any duration ranging from a day to several days. The roads in winter are covered with snow and icy conditions can be found at many sections making it a treacherous. Though the snow cutting and road clearing machines and equipment is deployed along the way however in any event of road block one may have to wait for hours till the machinery arrives. Though precipitation is not very heavy in this region but there are certain sections along the road which receive heavy to very heavy snowfall causing change in the travel route and itinerary and even lead to us missing out on certain sightseeing points.

Terms & Conditions

Sightseeing in Kaza to Villages like Hikkim, Komic, Langza, Chicham & Kibber /Losar / Mud etc depends upon the road conditions and snow conditions and will only be undertaken if there is no risk in driving on those roads, in case the conditions compromise the safety of travellers an alternate will be provided (Which again is subjected to the conditions) but no refunds will be provided as these circumstances are beyond our control

-In event of a road block or inability of reaching the desired destination due to Weather and Unsafe conditions. The entire team will have to stay at an alternate location. The cost of same will be shared by all the travellers and no adjustments will be made.

Payment Policy

For Package confirmation you need to deposit a 20% of the total package cost as a 1st token.

30% amount will be deposited in the company account for sharing the Hotels confirmations. 50% of the total package cost, guests need to deposit before their arrival in the company's current bank account. If any balance amount remains, that will be paid by the guest at our office in Shimla or to your representative at Manali. (Please mail the screenshot of the mode of advance payment).

Group Departure Dates

Departure Dates Seats (Available)
15th July 2022 10
12th August 2022 10


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