Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package

15 Nights / 16 Days
Shimla-Narkanda-Sarahan-Sangla-Chitkul-Kalpa-Nako-Tabo-Dhankar monastery-Kaza-Key-Kibber-Chanderatal-Lake-Keylong-Manali and drive back to Chandigarh.

15 Nights / 16 Days
Shimla-Narkanda-Sarahan-Sangla-Chitkul-Kalpa-Nako-Tabo-Dhankar monastery-Kaza-Key-Kibber-Chanderatal-Lake-Keylong-Manali and drive back to Chandigarh.





About Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package

Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package – Kinnaur and Spiti are two mesmerizing regions nestled in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, offering a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and rugged terrain.We at Incredible Himachal Holidays offer Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package Kinnaur, located on the eastern side of Himachal Pradesh, is renowned for its lush green valleys, apple orchards, and ancient monasteries. The district is adorned with picturesque landscapes, featuring snow-capped peaks, gushing rivers, and charming villages.Here’s a general outline of what you can expect from a Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package :

Places to Visit in Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package :

In Kinnaur:
Sangla Valley: Known for its scenic beauty and apple orchards, Sangla Valley is a picturesque destination. Visit the Kamru Fort and the Bering Nag Temple.
Kalpa: Famous for its apple orchards and the stunning view of the Kinner Kailash range, Kalpa is a serene and beautiful village.
Chitkul: It is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border, offering breathtaking views of the Baspa River and the surrounding mountains.
Rakcham: A small and tranquil village in the Sangla Valley, ideal for those seeking peace and natural beauty.
Nichar: This region is known for its traditional wooden architecture and the ancient Bhima Kali Temple in Sarahan.
In Spiti:
Kaza: The largest town in Spiti Valley, Kaza serves as a base for exploring the surrounding areas. Visit the Key Monastery and the Kibber Village.
Key Monastery: One of the oldest and most iconic monasteries in Spiti, perched on a hilltop with panoramic views.
Kibber: Known for being one of the highest inhabited villages in the world, Kibber offers stunning landscapes and traditional Spitian architecture.
Tabo: Famous for the Tabo Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its ancient murals and sculptures.
Dhankar: Home to the Dhankar Monastery and Dhankar Lake, this village offers a unique blend of history and natural beauty.
Pin Valley: A cold desert region with beautiful landscapes, the Pin Valley is known for its wildlife sanctuary and Buddhist monasteries.
Langza: Known for the ancient Langza Buddha statue, this village is surrounded by high mountains and offers a unique experience of Spitian culture.
Chandratal Lake: Located at a high altitude, this crescent-shaped lake is surrounded by mountains and offers a stunning camping experience.

Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package – Best Time to Visit :

The best time to visit Kinnaur and Spiti is during the summer months, from late May to early October. During this period, the weather is relatively mild and pleasant, making it ideal for exploring the stunning landscapes and high-altitude villages in these regions. Winter (November to April) brings extremely cold temperatures and heavy snowfall, leading to road closures and limited accessibility. It’s important to note that weather conditions can vary, so it’s advisable to check local forecasts and road conditions before planning your trip.

Shopping in Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour :
 Kinnauri Shawls: Kinnaur is known for its traditional handwoven shawls. These shawls often feature vibrant colors and intricate designs.
Thangka Paintings: Spiti is famous for its Buddhist culture, and Thangka paintings, depicting Buddhist deities and symbols, make for beautiful and meaningful souvenirs.
Local Produce : Apples: Kinnaur is known for its delicious apples. You can buy fresh apples or products like apple jams and juices.
Barley Products: Spiti is a region where barley is commonly grown. Look for local products like barley flour, barley-based snacks, or traditional barley-based dishes.
Silver and Turquoise Jewelry: In both Kinnaur and Spiti, you’ll find traditional jewelry made of silver and adorned with turquoise stones. These pieces often reflect the local culture and beliefs.
Pashmina Shawls and Woolens: Pashmina Shawls: Though not indigenous to the region, you can find high-quality Pashmina shawls and other woolen products in local markets.
Local Spices and Tea: Himalayan Herbs and Spices: Look for locally sourced spices and herbs, such as thyme, oregano, and other unique Himalayan flavors.
Himalayan Tea: You may find herbal and traditional teas made from local herbs and plants.
Traditional Clothing:Kinnauri and Spitian Attire: Traditional clothing items like Gonchas and Cholos can be found in local markets. These make for unique and culturally rich souvenirs.
Handmade Carpets and Rugs: Handwoven Carpets: Explore local markets for intricately woven carpets and rugs that showcase the craftsmanship of the region.
Local Handicraft Markets: Sarahan Bazaar (Kinnaur): A bustling market where you can find local handicrafts, souvenirs, and traditional items.
Kaza Market (Spiti): Kaza, the largest town in Spiti, has a market where you can buy local products, clothing, and handicrafts.

Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package Itinerary

Kinnaur Spiti Valley Tour Package (15 Nights / 16 Days)

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