Chandigarh to spiti 10 days 9 night

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March 4, 2024
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Day 1: Pick up from Chandigarh and drive to Manali. Check into your hotel and relax. Enjoy the scenic views of the Beas River and the snow-capped mountains. Have dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 2: After breakfast, visit the Solang Valley, a popular destination for adventure activities such as paragliding, skiing, zorbing, etc. You can also take a cable car ride to the top of the valley and enjoy the panoramic views. Return to Manali and visit the Hadimba Temple, a wooden temple dedicated to the wife of Bhima from the Mahabharata. Overnight stay in Manali.

Day 3: Drive to Kaza, the headquarters of Spiti Valley. On the way, cross the Rohtang Pass, a high mountain pass that connects Manali with Lahaul and Spiti. Enjoy the stunning views of the glaciers, peaks, and valleys. Reach Kaza by evening and check into your hotel.

Day 4: Visit the Key Monastery, the largest and most famous monastery in Spiti, and the Kibber Village, one of the highest inhabited villages in the world. Then, drive to Chandratal, a high-altitude lake in the Lahaul and Spiti district. Camp near the lake and enjoy the starry night and the reflection of the moon on the water.

Day 5: Drive to Tabo, a remote village in Spiti Valley. Visit the Tabo Monastery, one of the oldest and most revered Buddhist monasteries in India. The monastery is famous for its ancient murals, paintings, and sculptures. Overnight stay in Tabo.

Day 6: Drive to Kalpa, another picturesque town in Kinnaur. On the way, stop at Nako Village and see the famous Nako Lake. Reach Kalpa by afternoon and check into your hotel. Visit the Roghi Village and the Narayan Nagini Temple, and witness the sunset over the mountains.

Day 7: Drive to Sangla, a serene valley in Kinnaur district. En route, stop at Reckong Peo, the district headquarters, and enjoy the views of the Kinner Kailash range. Reach Sangla by evening and check into your hotel. Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the Baspa River and the snow-capped mountains.

Day 8: Visit the Kamru Fort and Temple, a historical and religious monument in Sangla. Then, drive to Chitkul, the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. Have lunch at the famous “Duniya ka akhri dhaba” and admire the views of the Baspa Valley. Return to Sangla for the night.

Day 9: Drive to Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh. On the way, stop at Sarahan and visit the Bheemakali Temple, a sacred site for Hindus. Reach Shimla by evening and check into your hotel.

Day 10: Explore the city’s attractions such as the Mall Road, the Ridge, the Christ Church, the Jakhoo Temple, etc. You can also enjoy shopping and eating at the various cafes and restaurants. Drop at Chandigarh and end of the trip.

I hope this itinerary suits your needs. Have a wonderful trip! 😊

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