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With this safari you pass through three former Kingdoms: Kinnaur-Spiti-Lahual-Ladakh. Now the Spiti-areas belong to India and were declared strictly prohibited for tourists by the Indian Government until 1995. From kinnaur you enter the very remote,dry and mostly barrer valley of spiti which has the tabo,Ki and Dankar monasteries.

Kinnaur-Spiti-Lahual-Ladakh

You cross the Kunzumla into Lahaul and then take the manali-Leh road that passes over Baralacha la and tanglang la-the third highest pass in the world into leh,where you visit shey,thiksey and hemis Gompas and the Tibetan bazaar..The Satluj River, which rises from the southern slopes of the Kailash (the Holly Mountain in Asia) flows into the Kinnaur valley. Enjoy the natural beauty and to explore the area . It is a fascinating area for Buddhist art and the monasteries, rich repositories of ancient murals, Thankas, woodcarvings and golden images of the Padmasambhava. These areas are one of the most scenic but very less frequented by tourists.

Trip Highlights of Kinnaur-Spiti-Lahual-Ladakh:

  • Take the real British steam-train to Shimla
  • Jeep safari to Sarhan, the tiny village offers the splendid views of Shrikhanda Mahadev Peak (5155m). You will also visit the famous Bhimkali Temple, the big attraction of Sarhan.
  • The spectacular Hindustan Tibet road which is carved in a rock and goes along the wild Sutlej River. A view of Kinner-Kailash Peak is splendid from Sangla.
  • Excursion to Chitkul (3435 m) surrounded by green fields and High Mountain
  • The ancient village of Tabo (3050m) where you will visit the Tabo monastery, the oldest and archaeologically most import monastery of Spiti with the most sacred shrine of Gankhang inside.
  • Excursion to Kiber: The Ki- Gompa , perched high on the pyramid shaped mountain, belongs to the Gelugpa sect and lives there as many as 500 monks.
  • Cross the Kunzum pass (4551 m), the panoramic views of Bara-Shigri Glacier (second longest glacier in the world) and about dozen peaks over 6000m enthralling and inspiring.
  • Visit different Buddhist Gompas from Medieval period like Tsemo Gompa, Sankar Gompa and Leh Palace etc.
  • Excursion to Shey Monastery and Thiksey Monastery. Thiksey Monastery is built on a high rock and gives the reminiscence of Potala Palace of Lhasa. Visit Hemis Monastery where famous Hemis Festival is celebrated every year at the peak time of summer.
Day 01: Arrival at New Delhi
Day 02: At dawn, you Kalka and will take the real British steam-train to Shimla
Day 03: Shimla-Sarhan (1950m)
Day 04: Sarahan Sangla
Day 05: Sangla-Tabo
Day 06: Tabo-Kaza. Drive to Kaza
Day 07: Excursion to Kiber
Day 08: Kaza-Jispa
Day 09: Jispa-Sarchu
Day 10: Sarchu-Leh
Day 11-12-13: Leh and Around
Day 14: Flight to Delhi. Transfer to Hotel
Day 15: Free stay in Delhi. Overnight Hotel
Day 16: Transfer to airport for departure.

Kinnaur-Spiti-Lahual-Ladakh

Day 01:Arrival at New Delhi. Transfer to Hotel. Sightseeing of Old and New Delhi. In the evening we take the night rain to Shimla.

Day 02: At dawn, you Kalka and will take the real British steam-train to Shimla. are in In Shimla you will enjoy the quiet atmosphere of this former British holiday resort.

Day 03: Shimla-Sarhan (1950m): We start our jeep safari to Sarhan En route, we visit the palace in Rampur. We drive further the steep mountain and arrive in Sarhan (1950m). Sarhan, the tiny village offers the splendid views of Shrikhanda Mahadev Peak (5155m). You will also visit the famous Bhimkali Temple, the big attraction of Sarhan. Overnight lodge

Day 04: Sarahan Sangla: Drive along the spectacular Hindustan Tibet road which s carved in a rock and goes along the wild Sutlej River. A view of Kinner-Kailash Peak is splendid from Sangla.

Day 05: Sangla-Tabo: You will take an excursion to Chitkul (3435 m) surrounded by green fields and High Mountain peaks. Chitkul is like a fairyland. The quaint little wooden houses, temples, Gompas, and the people of Sangla valley conjure up a perfect image of a Shangri-la. Return to the highway and continue to the ancient village of Tabo (3050m) where you will visit the Tabo monastery, the oldest and archaeologically most import monastery of Spiti with the most sacred shrine of Gankhang inside. Overnight lodge at Tabo.

Day 06: Tabo-Kaza. Drive to Kaza. Overnight lodge.

Day 07: Excursion to Kiber: The Ki- Gompa , perched high on the pyramid shaped mountain, belongs to the Gelugpa sect and lives there as many as 500 monks. Retunr to Kaza for overnight stay.

Day 08: Kaza-Jispa: Today we cross the Kunzum pass (4551 m), the panoramic views of Bara-Shigri Glacier (second longest glacier in the world) and about dozen peaks over 6000m enthralling and inspiring. People wanting to return will take the road to Manali that branches at Grapmphoo and after passing Rhotang Pass (3990m), you are in Manali from where you will take bus or flight to Delhi.

Day 09: Jispa-Sarchu: You will drive along the spectacular road and pass through many canyons. Overnight in tented camps.

Day 10: Sarchu-Leh: The road to Leh winds all the way up and cross the Tanglang La (5065m), the second highest motorable pass in the world. We continue our way along beautiful aquarelle-lakes and unforgettable views to end up in Leh late in the afternoon. Overnight Hotel. Leh.

Day11/12/13: Leh and Around: You will visit different Buddhist Gompas from Medieval period like Tsemo Gompa, Sankar Gompa and Leh Palace etc. The other day, you will have excursion to Shey Monastery and Thiksey Monastery. Thiksey Monastery is built on a high rock and gives the reminiscence of Potala Palace of Lhasa. Afterwards, we visit Hemis Monastery where famous Hemis Festival is celebrated every year at the peak time of summer.

Day 14: Flight to Delhi. Transfer to Hotel.

Day 15: Free stay in Delhi. Overnight Hotel.

Day 16: Transfer to airport for departure.

Includes

  • Accommodation at listed hotels or equivalent.
  • Daily breakfast at hotel.
  • Transportation/Transfers by Air-conditioned Vehicle.
  • Sightseeing tour as per the program
  • Services of English speaking local Guides during sightseeing tour.
  • Monument entrances fees
  • All presently applicable taxes.

Excludes

  • Inland/International flight charges.
  • Things of personal nature like laundry, telephone etc.
  • Any meals except specified in above inclusions.
  • Camera fee,
  • All other than those listed in above inclusions