Highlights of tour: - Spiti:- Komik and Kibber. Marvel at the wondrous structures of the Ki Monastery and Tabo Monastery shrouded in snow.


Winter, which grasps Spiti Valley in the principal seven day stretch of November, and remains on until the fourth seven day stretch of March, is a cool, brutal and intense time in the valley. While it may not be the simplest time to go through Spiti valley, it surely is the most compensating time to come visit.

This agreeable and easily curated seven-day Spiti Valley Winter Expedition is intended for explorers for a legitimate Spiti Valley visit through the winter months. Shared by a little gathering of voyagers, this Spiti Valley Winter Expedition incorporates going in agreeable and safe Force Traveler to the absolute most prevalent towns of Spiti Valley including Asia’s most astounding towns – Komik and Kibber. Wonder about the wondrous structures of the Ki Monastery and Tabo Monastery covered in snow.


  • Day 1: - Drive from Shimla to Kalpa

    Meal: - Dinner only

    We start this Spiti Valley Winter Expedition by taking off from Shimla. We go through prominent towns of Sarahan and Rampur-Bushahr before entering the astounding Kinnaur Valley. Before entering Kalpa at 7549 feet, we get an impression the popular Kinner Kailash Peak – said to be the late spring adobe of Lord Shiva.

    At Kalpa, you will warm up with some tea before registering with your warm lodging.

    Medium-term at a lodging in Kalpa.

  • Day 2: - Drive from Kalpa - Nako - Tabo

    Meal: - Breakfast and Dinner

    Following an agreeable night’s rest at Kalpa, we set off on the well known Hindustan-Tibet Highway. Popular for its staggering perspectives and closeness to Tibet, this street winds north into Nako, the last villa of Kinnaur locale.

    We have a steaming hot lunch at Nako, before entering the otherworldly Spiti Valley. Here, we go through the night at an agreeable and genuine homestay in Tabo.

    Medium-term at a homestay in Tabo.

  • Day 3: - Drive from Tabo - Pin Valley - Mudh - Kazza

    Meal: - Breakfast and Dinner

    We begin the day with a visit to the 1021 – year old Tabo Monastery, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll around this consecrated site and gain a more profound comprehension of Buddhism. Not at all like different religious communities in Spiti Valley, the Tabo cloister is situated at the base of the valley.

    From Tabo, we drive to the fabulous Pin Valley. Envision a national stop with a wealth of creatures and feathered creatures, with some uncommon plant assortments and a stream that is solidified. Stick Valley guarantees this. We first visit the Kungri Monastery and after that the delightful village of Mudh – the last motorable town of the Pin Valley. Proclaimed a national stop in 1987, Pin Valley has heights extending from 11,000 to 20,000 feet and is home to no less than 12 imperiled snow panthers. Moreover, different creatures indigenous to the district and stop are the Siberian ibex, bharal, weasel, red fox, and marten. Winged creatures, for example, the pika, griffon, brilliant hawk, unshaven vulture, chukor and raven paint the skies a pretty picture.

    Medium-term at a homestay in Kaza.

  • Day 4: - Drive from Kaza - Ki Monastery - Kibber - Kaza

    Meal: - Breakfast and Dinner

    We start the fourth day, with a drive to eminent Ki Monastery. The vehicle will initially stop at the base of the religious community slope for a definitive photograph chance of this striking structure in the midst of white snow. With more than 1000 years’ value stories to tell, the Ki Monastery arranged at a stature of 13,668 feet was established by a pupil of the popular Atisha, in the eleventh century CE. Having a place with the Yellow Hat or Gelugpa faction of Tibetan Buddhism, this religious community is celebrated as an unmistakable focal point of learning and in addition a shelter for Tibetans. Being remotely situated on a slope sitting above unlimited fields, the Ki Monastery is a conspicuous decision for those looking for harmony and quiet.

    At that point, we will move more remote up the valley to the pleasant town of Kibber. Situated at a tallness of 4205 meters and 18 km from Kaza, this previously most noteworthy for all time possessed town in this locale, is likewise a famous base camp to set out on experience and treks to bordering piles of high height. The territories of wonderful scenes and unfathomable magnificence of the blanketed mountains make the place a sanctuary for nature-sweethearts and picture takers alike. From Kibber you can trek to Chicham Village, situated over a sharp and abrupt gully traversable just by a suspended wire link bin framework known as a Jula. We drive back to Kaza for the night.

    Medium-term at a homestay in Kaza.

  • Day 5: - Drive from Kaza - Komik - Hikkim - Langza - Kaza

    Meal: - Breakfast and Dinner

    On the fifth day of this Spiti Valley Winter Expedition, we drive to probably the most astounding occupied areas of the world.

    The most noteworthy town in Asia, Komik, which truly means ‘eye of a snow cockerel’, is arranged at a stature of 4513 meters. This cultivating town has a populace of 84 individuals, living in absolute detachment, generally cut-off from whatever remains of the world amid this piece of the year. In the event that open amid this visit, we will make the drive to Komik. A portion of the regular creatures of the district are the Tibetan wolf, blue sheep, red fox, rabbit, snow rooster, Himalayan griffin, shake pigeon and so on.

    Afterward, we drive to Hikkim where we visit the world’s most elevated mail station on the planet. On the off chance that conceivable, you may even meet the post-ace and hear his accounts.

    Subsequent to conveying a postcard, we drive to Langza. Langza town is arranged at a height of 4400 meters and has a place with the Sakyapa faction of Tibetan Buddhism. Langza houses a populace of 137 of every 33 families. When you are here, you can stroll around the chilly white town and visit the antiquated Lang (Temple) which is assessed to associate with 1000 years of age. At Langza, stroll back to the ancient period when Spiti was submerged by the Tethys Sea, as you investigate a land exceptionally rich with fossils of Marine creatures and plants which were here a huge number of years prior.

    Medium-term at a homestay in Kaza.

  • Day 6: - Drive from Kaza - Kalpa

    Meal: - Breakfast and Dinner

    The 6th day denotes the start of the finish of this campaign. We advance south towards Kinnaur Valley. Along with this adventure, you can get to catching some picturesque dreams that you may have passed up your camera. After a grand and paramount drive, we will end the voyage at Kalpa.

    Medium-term remain at an inn in Kalpa.

  • Day 7: - Drive from Kalpa - Shimla

    Meal: - Breakfast only

    The last leg of this 7 Day Winter Expedition is here. We drive for Shimla with a sack of brilliant recollections and energizing stories to relate.

    Visit closes.


  • Hotel Accommodation with breakfast and dinner in Kalpa / Rampur on double sharing basis.
  • Homestay Accommodation with breakfast, lunch and dinner at Tabo and Kaza.
  • Transfers by Non-AC Force Traveller (10 seater) shared by eight people for all days as per the itinerary (Day 1 - Day 7).
  • Reliable, experienced and adept English-speaking local driver cum guide with great knowledge of the area and the terrain.
  • Driver charges, driver accommodation, fuel and inter-state toll.
  • All Applicable Monastery / Museum Fees


  • 5% GST (Tax)
  • Any Personal Expenses / Tips / Permits
  • Guide / Porters
  • Meals in Transit / Lunch in Kalpa or Rampur / Any Beverages / Any meals that are not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Sightseeing in Shimla / Any accommodation, activities or transfers other than what is mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Any cost arising out of unforeseen circumstances including medical emergencies and acts of God.
  • Anything that is not mentioned in the above list of inclusions.

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