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Explore Spiti with our Spiti Valley tour packages!

A cold desert valley bordered by Ladakh, Tibet, Kinnaur, and Kulu Valley, Spiti is a perfect tourist destination. Spiti is located in the northeast part of Himachal Pradesh.

It is situated at an altitude of 12,500 ft. above sea level. Spiti is the perfect gateway for tourism, photography, and adventure, offering activities like trekking, river rafting, camping, and more.

Places to Visit in Spiti Valley with our Spiti Valley Tour Packages 

Spiti is the gem of Himalayan, where every corner tells a unique tale. From its ancient monasteries to its rugged landscapes, you can explore them all with our Spiti Valley tour packages. Some of the beautiful sites that you encounter in your journey with Spiti Valley tour packages are.

  1. Losar Village – The first inhabited village in the Spiti situated on the right bank of the Spiti River. After enjoying the chill feels at the Kunzum pass on day 3 of the 7-day Spiti Valley tour package descend into the beauty of Losar Village.
  2. Hikkim – Visiting Spiti Valley and missing out on a photo at the world’s highest post office? Don’t let that happen! Situated at a breathtaking altitude of 4,400 meters (14,400 ft), this post office has been in operation since 1983. Capture this unique experience with our Spiti Valley tour package and make memories to cherish for a lifetime!
  3. Key Monastery –  Embark on a Spiti Valley tour package and ensure you don’t miss out on the grandeur of the region’s most significant spiritual site – the largest monastery. Renowned for its magnificent architecture, tranquil ambiance, and remarkable collection of ancient sacred texts, Thangka paintings, and historical artifacts, this monastery is a must-visit highlight of your journey.

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Learn About This Location...

Situated in the Lahaul & Spiti district, it’s a cold desert where time seems to have stood still for a thousand years. Most adventure enthusiasts and trekkers are well versed with the charms of Spiti Valley and it’s a haven for everyone who seeks out adventure in their life. If you’re a cultural enthusiast, a history buff, an adventure junkie, or simply a starry-eyed nomad who wants to look at the surreal landscapes, then Spiti is the place to be.

The most appealing attraction of this destination includes gazing at the millions of stars while camping near the beautiful Chandratal Lake.

General FAQs

What is the best time to visit Spiti Valley?

The best time to visit this stunningly beautiful destination is mid-May to August, but one can also make a visit during its shoulder season September to mid-October.

Can I get self-drive rental bikes in Spiti?

Yes, you can find bikes for rent in Kaza town. However, due to the recent limit sanctioned on the number of bikes rented per day, you may or may not get a bike on the very day you want it. That’s why it’s always recommended to pre-plan it.

Is public transport available within Spiti?

Yes, you can avail public transport. But it’s advisable to not completely rely on public transport and hire taxis so that your Spiti Valley itinerary doesn’t get jeopardized.

What are the most important things one must know about Spiti Valley weather?

Pin down, winters are very harsh. During winters, Spiti Valley’s temperature can drop down to -30 degrees celsius, which is not suitable to everyone.

Which is better Lahaul or Spiti for someone visiting each for the first time?

While both valleys receive little rainfall, Lahaul is the greener of the two and more fertile than Spiti. Being a cold desert, Spiti valley is composed of austere barren mountains and deep gorges formed by the fierce Spiti River. One may find each one intriguingly attractive, but both are worth your time and money.

What is so famous about Spiti?

The mesmerizing view of the mountains with fresh air and the breathtaking paradise for adventures is what appeals the most.

Is it safe to travel to Spiti Valley?

Yes, it is safe to travel to Spiti. But do note that if you are a foreign national, then you need to take a travel permit as failing to do so, you’ll be sent back from any of the check posts en route.

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