Tour overview

● Relive Your Adventurous Side by Taking a Drive Through One of the World’s Most Dangerous Roads

● Drive to the ‘World’s Highest Motorable Village’ – Komic and Feel Like You Are on Top of the World

● Bridge Your Way from One Cliff to Another on the Self Operated Ropeway and Fly Parallelly to the Chicham Bridge

● Send a Postcard from Highest Post Office in the World to Your Loved Ones and Make Them Proud

● Capture a Timelapse of the Changing Colours of Kinner Kailash Mountain Peaks as Painted by the Sunrays

● Visiting the Historical Bhima Kali Temple at Sarahan

● Driving Through Cedar Forest of Narkanda Kufri

About the Tour

● The thought of driving through the raw and rough terrain of Spiti gives us goosebumps! Experience the first-ever “You Don’t Call It A Road” episode of your trip by striking out this adventure from your bucket list as you cross a few iconic high mountain passes that present some unforgettable landscapes of this cold desert.

● Be it standing on Asia’s Highest suspended Chicham Bridge or driving to ‘the world’s highest village – Komic’, you will experience it all firsthand and take home lovely memories and myriad adventure stories you have lived in real-time. Cherish this incredible journey with a perfect end by the turquoise waters of the crescent-shaped Chandratal lake that reflects upon the luminous milky way at night.

Route: Delhi – Shimla – Narkanda – Baga Sarahan – Nako – Gue – Tabo – Dhankar – Kaza – Kalpa – Shimla – Delhi

Duration: 9 Days, 8 Nights
Start Point: Delhi
End Point: Delhi

What is included!

  • Stay on a Double and Triple Sharing Basis in Hygienic and Sanitised Hotels / Camps/ Homestays
  • Buffet Breakfast and Dinner on All Days
  • First Aid Kit and Oxygen Cylinder
  • Highly-Experienced Driver Cum Guide
  • Sightseeing as Per Itinerary
  • Inner Line Permit / Manali Green Tribunal Permit
  • Transport | Bonfire Wherever Possible


Day 1

Depart from Delhi to Shimla | A Beautiful Town Encapsulated by Magical Misty Hills

● Once you reach Delhi, you will have to proceed towards your boarding point of an AC Volvo Bus for the overnight journey from Delhi to Shimla.

Day 2

Sightseeing in Shimla | Also Referred to as the Queen of the Hills

● Reach Shimla early in the morning and meet a representative who will give you a quick overview of the tour and will help you transfer to the hotel.

● After the check in to the hotel, you can take some rest.

● You will then visit the Kalibari Temple that was built in 1845 and is dedicated to Goddess Kali, also known as Shyamala from where Shimla derives its name.

● Then you will trek to the top of Jakhoo Hill to visit the ancient temple which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and visit the Christ Church which is a parish in the Diocese of Amritsar.

● Further, proceed to witness the Ridge Road located at the heart of Shimla and is a large space where all the cultural activities take place.

● You will also visit the Mall Road lined with colourful shops where you can shop for souvenirs.

● Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 3

Shimla to sarahan through Kufri and Narkanda hills| Witness the Unexplored Valley Curtained with Forests of Oaks and Cedar

● Post breakfast, start with your transfers from Shimla to Sarahan through kufri hills and Narkanda hills.

● After having a scenic view at kufri hills You will then be travelling to Narkanda through the rich forests of Deodar, breathtaking views of the valley, snow-covered mountain peaks and fast-flowing rivers.

● Then proceeding to Sarahan after having a sightfull of cedar forests and far beautiful sight of Shrikhand peaks in northwest direction from Narkanda and Nankhari hills.

● Once you reach Sarahan you will check in to the hotel and take some rest.

● Later in the evening, explore the small village of Sarahan with its slate-roofed houses that compose pictures of pastoral perfection and is surrounded by fields and orchards.

● Visiting the historical Bhima Kali temple and bushahr fort. 'The great goddess 'Bhima kali' who is highly worshipped by locals and regarded as queen of queens.

● Sarahan is a historical place always dominated by 'Chandravanshi kings' in the past centuries and is the winter capital of Kamru fort.

● Overnight stay in Sarahan.

Day 4

Sarahan to Chitkul | the Last Inhabited Village at the Indo-Tibetan Border

● Wake Up Early in the Morning to Experience One of the Most Beautiful Sunrises.

● After a Delicious Breakfast, You Will Leave for One of the Most Beautiful Views of Kinnaur Valley.

● Kinnaur Valley Known as Roof of Himachal Is a Place of High Technical Peaks and High Passes Becoming One of the Top Spots in India for Adventure Seekers from All Over the World in Recent Years.

● Travel Along the Sutlej River Till Karcham from Where You Will Take a Right Turn Towards Sangla and Chitkul Following the Baspa River.

● Chitkul Is the Last Inhabited Village Before the Indo-China Border and Here You Can Also Visit the Famous ‘Hindustan Ka Akhri Dhaba’ for an Amazing Meal.

● Overnight Stay and Dinner at Hotel | Homestay in Chitkul.

Day 5

Chitkul to Kaza Via Nako | Explore the 'Ajanta of the Himalayas' at Tabo

● After Early Morning Breakfast, You Will Be Leaving for Kaza Passing Through the Beautiful Spiti Valley.

● En Route, You Will Be Taking the Indo-Tiber Highway and Pass Through Khab Bridge That Marks the Confluence of Spiti and the Satluj River.

● Take a Short Stopover at Nako Lake and Have Lunch, After Which You Will Be Entering the Spiti Valley Right as Soon as You Cross Sumdo.

● Just 3 Km After Sumdo, Take a Detour on the Right Through the Gate to Visit the 500-Year-Old Mummy in the Gue Village.

● Overnight Stay at Kaza.

Day 6

Sightseeing in Kaza | Walk the Artistically Painted Rooms at Key Monastery

● Post Early Morning Breakfast, Go Out to Explore the Spectacular Beauty of Kaza.

● Visit the Tourist Spots Including the Key Gompa Monastery That Is Nestled Between the Mountains in a Bowl Shaped Valley of the Small Village Langza in Spiti Valley.

● Langza Lies at a Whopping Height of About 14,500 Ft. Above Sea Level and Also Considered to Be One of the Highest Villages in the World with a Motorable Road and the Nearby Komic Village Is the Highest Village.

● Hikkim Is a Village in the Spiti District, Close to Kaza Which Is One of the Highest Year-Round Inhabited Locations in India.

● After Exploring the Beautiful Villages of Langza, Hikkim and Komik, Return Back to Your Hotel.

● Overnight Stay in Kaza.

Day 7

Kaza to Kalpa with Detour to Dhankar | Spot the Sacred Shivling Rock Atop the Kailash Mountain

● After a Delicious Breakfast, You Will Be Retracing Your Path Towards Kalpa in Kinnaur Valley.

● on Your Way Back Take a Small Detour Towards the Left to Visit the Tiny Hamlet of Dhankar, Perched High Above the Confluence of the Spiti and Pin River.

● If Time Permits, Do Take an Hour’s Climb Above the Village to Visit the Stunning Turquoise Dhankar Tso or Dhankar Lake to Enjoy Stunning Views of the Valley.

● You Will Then Start Your Journey Further Leaving Behind Spiti Valley and at Powari Take a Right Towards Reckong Peo, Which Is the Main Town of Kinnaur District from Where You Will Proceed to Kalpa.

● Spend the Night in the Beautiful Kalpa Village Overlooking the Kinnaur Kailash Mountains.

● Overnight Stay at Camp/homestay in Kalpa.

Day 8

Kalpa to Shimla | Leave Behind the Beautiful Kinnaur Valley with Beautiful Memories Etched in Your Heart

● Post Breakfast at the Hotel, Start Your Journey Back Towards Shimla.

● First You Will Travel Down to Powari from Where You Will Be Taking a Right Turn onto the Nh 5 Along the Satluj River.

● You Will Then Travel Through the Slithering Roads Following the Sutlej and Passing the Rich Deodhar Forests to Reach Shimla.

● Once You Reach Shimla, Check in to the Hotel and Take Some Rest.

● You Are Then Free to Explore the Surroundings in the Evening.

● Overnight Stay in Shimla.

Day 9

Shimla to Delhi | Bid Farewell to the Mountains

● Wake Up Early and Have a Hearty Breakfast.

● You Will Then Be Transferred to Shimla Bus Stand to Board an Ac Volvo for Delhi.

● as You Reach Delhi in the Evening, This Marks the End of Your Memorable Tour to Spiti Valley.