“Start your journey where the road ends! Glory lies beyond the ends!” ~ Mehmet Murat ildan
Spiti possesses a distinctive Buddhist culture similar to that found in the nearby Tibet Autonomous Region and the Ladakh region of India. The valley and surrounding region is one of the least populated regions in India and is the gateway to the northernmost reaches of the nation.
The road journey of Spiti valley with footloose offers adventure travel like never before.

The Journey

“…there ain’t no journey what don’t change you some.” ~ David Mitchell. Spiti valley is accessible throughout year via Kinnaur from Shimla route on a difficult 412 km long road. Tourists from outside India need inner line permits to enter Spiti through Kinnaur. Spiti's border start at Samdo [74 km from Kaza] which is quite near to India-China border. In summer it can be reached via Manali through Rohtang pass and Kunzum pass.We drive along mountain rivers, cross high mountain passes, secluded villages to reach Leh.
Be the part of journey to experience driving on world’s most treacherous road and sometimes no road at all.
4x4 vehicles, motorcycles, tempo travelers are some of the vehicles we include in our journey.

Where to go and what to see

“One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” ~ Henry Miller

During the journey, we cover places such as Shimla, Chitkul, Pooh, Kaza, Chandrataal Lake, etc
Kaza is headquarter of Spiti valley.
Kee, Dhankar, Tabo, Nako are some of the monasteries which one can visit.
Visit to highest villages and highest post office in Himalayas.

Accommodation and meals

“If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion, and avoid the people, you might better stay home.” ~ James A. Michener
homestays/guest houses/hotels in Shimla,Nako, Tabo, Kaza, Manali
Camping options – Komic village, Chandrataal lake,etc
Local home made food at home stays varied cuisines in hotels/camps.

Trip inclusions and USPs

  • Transportation, accommodation and meals
  • Travel guides throughout the journey
  • Vehicles – 4x4 vehicle and motorcycles
  • Vehicle mechanics – 4 wheeler and 2 wheeler vehicles
  • For customization, raise query
Fact Sheet
May – October by road (from Shimla and Manali both places)
All the year round via Shimla and Kinnaur valley
Nearest bus stop - Kaza
Rail head – Ambala
Airport – Bhuntar Airport
Shimla – Chitkul – Nako – Kaza – Chandrataal lake – Manali
A mix of light clothing and heavy woolens
Exploring Kaza on foot
Motorcycle journey
Trek to highest village, highest post office, Chandrataal lake
Mountain biking
MaMonasteries – Nako, Tabo, Kee, Dhankar, etc
Chitkul – last Indian village on Hindustan Tibet road
Chandrataal lake
Komic and Hikkim villages in Pin valley