Explore Spiti Valley with Go4Explore

Have you been planning to escape the urban madness and soak in the charm of the Himalayas? Then this is for you, as Go4Explore offers best suited Spiti Valley Tour to explore one of the most stunning regions nestled in the mighty Himalayas.

With 7 years of experience, our travel experts leave no stone unturned in curating memorable Spiti Valley tour packages from Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Kolkata or any city in India to quench your wanderlust soul.

From adventure seekers, solo travellers to nature lovers and backpackers, Go4Explore provides Spiti Valley trips for every kind of traveller, as per your budget constraints, duration and preferences.

Book your Spiti Valley trip packages with Go4Explore for an incredible travel experience in North India and take back home some unforgettable memories and for your Instagram!

About Spiti Valley

Situated at an average elevation of 12,500 feet above sea level, Spiti Valley is characterised by its rugged, high-altitude terrain, punctuated by charming villages of whitewashed mud houses and ancient monasteries. Journey into a realm where villages emerge like oases amidst turquoise rivers winding through snow-capped peaks and serene blue lakes.

Despite enduring the harshest winters, the inhabitants of Spiti are renowned for their warmth and hospitality, making it a truly unique destination to explore. This tour package offers tourists the chance to experience the local culture of the Buddhist and Tibetan communities in the area, in addition to its stunning natural surroundings. You can look out for ancient monasteries and temples, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tabo Monastery, which is over a thousand years old, during the Spiti Valley trip.

Explore our Spiti Valley travel packages offered by different Indian cities: Spiti Valley Bike trip from Manali, Spiti Valley Trip From Chandigarh, Spiti Valley Trip Manali To Shimla.

Best places to visit in Spiti Valley Trip

Chandratal Lake- One of the world's most beautiful lake is Chandratal also known as SpitiChandra Taal. Driving through the alluring landscape amidst the Himalayas, you’ll reach the mighty Kunzum Pass. The road to the lake from the Kunzum Pass is quite challenging. These roads need an expert mountain driver to drive. There is a trek of around 22 km to reach the lake. The best time to go is early morning when the reflection of the snow-peaked Himalayas falls on this pristine glacial lake. You should add this place in your Spiti Valley itinerary.

Key Monastery- If you are planning a Spiti Valley trip, we recommend that you visit the Key Monastery. Key Monastery is the biggest monastery and a prominent religious training center for lamas in Spiti Valley. An 11 kms drive from Kaza takes you to the gompa, which is located on top of a hill at an altitude of 4166 m (13,668 ft). Experience moments of quietude standing on the rooftop of the monastery, admiring the serene nature all around, feeling the cold breeze on your face, watching the valley below, and being a part of the mighty Himalayas.

Pin Valley National Park- Pin Valley National Park covers an area of 675 sq km as core zone and 1150 km as buffer zone. In Himachal Pradesh, Pin Valley National Park is the only park that lies in the cold desert area. This national park nestled in the Himalayas, offers various trekking opportunities for all levels. You can choose between the famous Pin-Parvati Pass Trek and the Pin-Bhaba Pass Trek.

Tabo Monastery- Popular for its marvellous wall paintings, Toba Monastery is one of the prehistoric places to visit in Spiti Valley. Resting at 3050 metres above sea level, this monastery offers a burst of Tibetan culture with its wide range of Buddhist temples, stupas, sculptures of Bodhisattvas, and works of Buddha. The best time to visit Tabo Monastery during a Spiti Valley trip is from May to October.

Kunzum Pass- The Kunzum Pass, also known as Kunzum La, is one of India’s high altitude motorable mountain passes, situated at 14,931ft above sea level in Himachal Pradesh. Kunzum Pass offers enchanting vistas of Bara-Sigri, known as the second longest glacier in the world. A huge number of travellers and nature lovers come to this region to enjoy the most thrilling ride across Kunzum Pass’s beautiful landscape, connecting Lahaul and Spiti valleys.

Kaza- The town of Kaza is categorised into two parts: New Kaza and Old Kaza. Old Kaza is famous for the king’s palace, while New Kaza contains several government offices. Kaza attracts adventure tourists with its mountain trekking and hiking, along with its picturesque landscape views. The best time to visit Kaza during a Spiti Valley tour is from June to October.

Dhankar Monastery- Built at its highest location in Spiti Valley in around the 17th century, Dhankar Monastery was once the capital of the Spiti region. When you look at it from a distance, it seems to hang on the cliffside. The beautiful Dhankar Village is one of the most stunning attractions in Lahual and Spiti Valley, home to the most beautiful and awe-inspiring Dhankar Monastery.

Kibber- Kibber is a high altitude village in Spiti Valley and also the second-highest motorable village in the world. The view of this offbeat Himalayan village is captivating and is surrounded by limestone rock mountains. With a population of under 400 people, Kibber is home to magnificent snow leopards. This scenic village is situated in a cold desert, surrounded by picturesque mountains, barren landscapes, and green meadows.

Nako Lake- Located on the slopes of the Reo Purgyil mountain of the Shrikhand range in the Himalayas, this lake belonging to the Nako village of Kinnaur district has been attracting travellers all over the world for its a pristine yet holy lake and charming range of willow trees by the lakeside. Nako Lake is surrounded by Buddhist temples and monasteries, amazing views of the Himalayan mountains, and a beautiful waterfall close to the lake. April to October are the best times to visit Nako Lake.

Tabo Caves- At an altitude of 3,280 meters (10,760 feet), this ancient monastery has been hollowed out by several caves that serve as dwellings for monks during the harsh winters of the Himalayas. Termed as 'Tabo Caves,' these magnificent caverns are artificially excavated for monks and were initially used as an assembly hall.

Hikkim Post Office- Situated at 14,567 feet, Hikkim’s post office is said to be among the highest post offices in the world, and it attracts tourists from all over the world who send postcards home from here. Established in 1983, this post office is frequently used by the monks and farmers of the village for their posts, banking services, and contacts. We are suggesting that the best time to visit the Hikkim Post Office during a Spiti Valley trip is from April to October.

Komik- Located at 18,000 feet above sea level, one of the highlights of Komic Village is the well-known 14th century Lundup Tsemo Gompa Buddhist Monastery. The monastery is famous for Maitreya Buddha, and it is believed that the Buddha takes care of the well-being of the locals. The monastery is mainly made up of slanted mud walls and sculptures, showcasing the murals and arts of the old times. Komic village contains the highest motorable Tibetan monastery in the world where travellers and avid bikers have visited.

Chicham Bridge- Chicham Bridge is located in the Himalaya mountains in the north eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, it is one of the highest bridges in the world with the altitude of around 4,037 meters (13,244 feet) above sea level. This wonderful highest suspension bridge connects Asia’s two villages of Spiti Valley that is Chicham and Kibber. The history and over-development period of Chicham Bridge holds a lot of importance, so travelers who love to know about history, Chicham is a must visit place in your itinerary of  Spiti Valley Trip. 

Langza- Langza is renowned as the ‘Fossil Village of India’ due to the excessive level of fossils present here. It is one of the highest villages in the world, perched at a height of around 14,500 feet, making it a perfect place to visit in Spiti Valley. Langza is also famous for its largest Buddha Statue, under which the whole village resides. 

Khab Sangam- Khab Sangam is the confluence of Spiti river and Sutlej river. It is one of the top attractions in Spiti Valley offering picturesque views of the surrounding landscapes and snow covered peaks. Khab is the lifeline as it connects the remote villages of Kinnaur District to the entire region. 


Things to do in Spiti Valley Trip

Nako Village Walk- Himachal Pradesh's Nako Village provides a tranquil stroll amid historic monasteries, traditional homes, and stunning vistas of snow-capped hills. Discover the serene Nako Lake, indulge in regional cuisine, and converse with amiable people. Take in this Himalayan gem's natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

Mummy in Gue Village- It is home to a 500-year-old mummy, and is the country’s only known naturally preserved mummy. Situated in Gue Village, this mummy is believed to be of a local Buddhist monk namely Sangha Tenzin, who died in the 1500s. This mummified body of the Buddhist monk was found when the tomb was opened during an earthquake in 1975. The mummy is in a temple with teeth intact and hollow eyes, symbolizing the living Buddha.

Sending Postcards from Hikkim- Known as the world's highest post office, travellers visit Hikkim village in Spiti mainly for two reasons - to experience its amazing; natural beauty and secondly to post letters to their loved ones. The Hikkim Post Office started its operations in 1983, and Rinchen Chhering has been its postmaster since then. This post office is used by the locals for various purposes such as maintaining savings accounts, and Tibetan monks from the nearby Komic Monastery get the passports for undertaking overseas pilgrims.

Stargaze in Spiti- Stargazing is one of the best things to do on a Spiti Valley trip and Spiti is situated above sea level at an altitude of 10,000 to 15,000 ft . You can just sit and look up at heaven and spot a zillion stars right away. And if fortune favours you at that time, you might also spot a shooting star.

Interact With The Locals- The Spiti Valley town in Himachal Pradesh is home to locals who are a delight to interact with.Experience the enchanting charm of Spiti through the warmth of its people and their genuine hospitality. You can learn about its lifestyle like never before, making it another must-do on your trip.

Treat your tastebuds with Local Flavours- Be it lunching in a Buddhist monastery or indulging in local delicacies at a local cafe, the Spiti Valley trip has a lot of surprises in store for its foodie tourists. Spiti's famous momos, thukpas, butter-tea vegetables, and bread such as tingmo are like a staple cuisine served across the valley. It is enough to relish the taste admired in the local culture.

Buddhist Monasteries Hopping- Spiti is a religious and cultural centre for Tibetan, and that is another reason that makes it such a famous tourist attraction. With so many Tibetan monasteries set up along the valley, you could visit each or any of them for a peaceful time. From the architecture of the Tibetan monasteries to the ancient murals on the inside, every sight would leave you amazed.

Sit & Relax along Spiti River- On your way to Spiti, stop at a place where the road meets the river and do nothing. Just soak up the beauty of Mother Nature, relax, and unwind. The river banks also have so many rocks and pebbles that you can throw into the river. It’s a mesmerising experience, making it one of the top things to do on a Spiti Valley trip.

Types of Spiti Valley Tour

There are several options to reach your favorite destination, Spiti Valley. This is one of the most breathtaking and prime locations for travelers to visit as a trip to Spiti Valley not only offers adventure but also manages to be the ideal destination for Group tours as well as family and circuit trips too.  

Bike Trip/Road Trip - A bike trip through Spiti Valley is a thrilling adventure for motorcycle enthusiasts. Riders navigate challenging terrains, including rocky paths, steep ascents and river crossings making it a test of both skill and endurance. The journey offers unparalleled freedom and the chance to freely interact with the natural surroundings. Popular stops include the Key Monastery, the picturesque village of Kibber and the high altitude lake of Chandratal. 

A road trip to Spiti Valley by Car or SUV is perfect for those seeking adventure with added comfort and flexibility. Travelers can cover larger distances more comfortably and carry additional supplies making it suitable for families and groups. The journey includes mesmerizing drives through high mountain passes like Kunzum Pass, visits to remote villages such as Langza village known for its fossils and stays in homestays or guesthouses that offers insights into local culture and traditions 

Group Tours/Trips: Traveling to Spiti Valley with strangers offers one of the most exhilarating and wonderful experiences. These tours led by experienced guides cover major attractions and hidden gems ensuring a comprehensive travel experience. A group tour with unknown travellers provides added convenience and safety, with all logistics handled by the tour operator. On a group trip to Spiti Valley one can enjoy activities like visiting ancient monasteries, exploring high altitude villages, and participating in cultural performances together. The all inclusive packages simplify budgeting and ensure a hassle-free adventure for all ages.

A group tour to Spiti Valley with friends offers an exciting and memorable adventure. These trips provide a structured itinerary that covers key attractions and off-beat spots, allowing friends to enjoy a hassle free journey. The camaraderie of traveling together enhances the experience, whether it's exploring ancient monasteries, trekking through rugged landscapes or sharing stories around a campfire. Experienced guides ensure safety and offer insight into the religion’s culture and history. 

Spiti Valley Circuit Trips: Spiti Valley Circuit Trip offers an immersive experience through the breathtaking landscapes of the Himalayas. These trips typically start from Manali or Shimla, taking you through high altitude passes like Rohtang and Kunzum, remote villages of Spiti & Kinnaur and ancient Tibetan monasteries. The circuit includes must see destinations such as Kaza, Tabo, Nako, Chicham Bridge and Chandratal lake, providing a mix of cultural insights and natural beauty. Whether by car, bike or guided tour, a Spiti Valley Circuit Trip promises adventure and unforgettable scenery.


Best places to eat in Spiti Valley

The Himalayan Cafe Kaza- This cafe has a different type of service, like a dining experience. This restaurant has a collection of books and board games, with a menu that includes a unique Israeli salad and diverse options like pad Thai noodles and vegetarian and chicken pizza.

Cafe Kunzum Top- Cafe Kunzum top Situated near Tabo Monastery, Kunzum Top is one of the most happening cafes in town. This cafe serves Tibetan traditional food that is delicious in taste, you must try it when you visit Spiti Valley. The homestay garners widespread praise from tourists, lauded for its immaculate rooms and welcoming service.

Yak Cafe Kaza- Yak Cafe in Kaza serves delicious food that can satisfy all food cravings. The strategic location of the cafe allows tourists and locals to commute with ease. This place serves different types of cuisines, like Continental, Tibetan, and Chinese cuisines, and has earned the title of the most renowned cafe in the area for its flavorful food.

Taste of Spiti- One of the best Italian restaurants in Kaza, Taste of Spiti, is a pizzeria highly in demand. If you are vegetarian, we recommend you visit, and there are a lot of options in this cafe.The sandwiches and burgers are made from local bread and have a unique flavour. The staff is warm and interactive.

Cafe Zomsa- Cafe Zomsa serves Indian and Italian cuisines. The quality of the food is great. The place carries a warmth that brings in tourists from far and beyond. The live music plays an important role, and the lively atmosphere would urge you to stay forever. Guests are drawn by the delicious cuisine, yet they depart mesmerized by the ethereal atmosphere that surrounds them.

Thukpa- A tasty noodle soup mixed with vegetables and sometimes pieces of meat, flavoured with local spices. This local dish cooked by locals in Spiti Valley is quite popular, tummy-filling and nourishing.

Momos- Steamed or fried dumplings stuffed with vegetables filled with spinach, cheese, or potatoes or minced meat. Momos are widely popular and a must-have quick food item when travelling in Spiti Valley.

Chiltas- Pan-fried bread made from buckwheat or barley flour, resembling pancakes, is often eaten with locally made apricot jam.

Thentuk- A variant of thukpa, this is a flat noodle soup with mixed vegetables, providing a warm, comforting meal. Skyu - a traditional pasta-like dish made from wheat dough and cooked with root vegetables and sometimes greens bears resemblance to Italian gnocchi.

Best places to shop in Spiti Valley Tour

Tibetan Heritage Products- We are all aware of the influence of Tibetan culture in our dear mountains. It is because of the region's proximity to Buddhism that there have been centuries of rich cultural exchanges that are still visible today. Thus, it offers a wide range of Tibetan handicrafts for you to take home as souvenirs of your journey. Explore the cultural treasures of Spiti Valley with a delightful array of Buddhist handicrafts available for purchase, including prayer wheels, flags, beads, masks, bamboo baby cradles, work baskets, and much more awaiting your discovery.

Spiti Jewelry- It is made up of handmade beads, is fashioned of silver, and is adorned with valuable stones. You’ll be happy to know that those stones are very high quality and make a good purchase for you to keep as a memory of the Spiti Valley trip. A rich wealth of amulets, anklets, bangles, rings, and neckpieces in Tibetan and Pahari tribal styles are available here. Names like BichwasToora, Boomani, Mendukmala, Nathni, Sikkamala, Chalai, Ghungroo Mala, Kangnu, Chandrahar, and Guthi evoke an air of exoticism and intrigue.

The Metalwork- The metalwork heritage in the Spiti Valley dates back centuries. The artisans here are skilled at bringing blooming life, dead metal to full, whether it's brass, silver, gold, or copper. These metal products make excellent gifts for friends and family who want a taste of Himachal Pradesh. Lamps, burners, canopies, incense burners, bells, low settees, flasks, and candlesticks are among the goods available.

Tibetan Thangkas- These intricately painted, eye-catching pieces are ideal for hanging on the wall. Gazing at these can help you meditate by lulling your mind into a peaceful state. The Gurus, or a scenario from Buddhist mythology, are depicted on these sacred artifacts, which are composed of silk or cotton. This list doesn’t end here. There is plenty of stuff that one can explore and buy here that will not be available anywhere else in the world. While visiting the Spiti Valley, you get the wonderful chance to not only see the region but also experience local life and firsthand cultural exploration.

Spiti Valley Routes

Embarking on the journey of Spiti Valley involves traveling through rocky paths, rugged terrains and uneven trails, a journey quite challenging yet rewarding after reaching Spiti and experiencing the breathtaking beauty of the region, ensuring weather conditions, road conditions and accessibility of the region is must before you embark on the journey to Spiti Valley.

From Manali: One of the popular routes for Spiti Valley is from Manali, but this route is open only during the summer season generally from Late May to Early October. The journey from Manali to Kaza takes around 8-10 hours via Rohtang pass and Kunzum Pass.

From Shimla: Another common route for Spiti Valley is from Shimla. Travelers can hire a private taxi or they can take a bus to reach Kaza or Reckong Peo, two major Cities in Spiti Valley. The journey from Shimla to Kaza or Reckong Peo takes approximately 10-12 hours. 


Best time to visit Spiti Valley

March to June- March to June is the best time to visit Spiti Valley, the weather is pleasant with clear skies, mild temperature and accessible road trails. During this time the crowd is large in numbers, as these months are considered peak tourist time with the best possible facilities for travelers to enjoy and experience this prime location without any hurdles.

September to November- September to November are another excellent months to visit Spiti Valley, as the weather is favorable and travelers who want to enjoy the milder temperature can visit Spiti during this time. The climate is cool in this period with days being usually sunny with clear skies making it convenient for travelers to explore more hassle free, Nights are less chilly compared to winters though, visit Spiti Valley to experience the mesmerizing backdrop, lush greenery and picturesque mountains in these months. 

December to February- Spiti Valley in December to February months can be harsh and challenging in the matter of weather conditions, but visiting Spiti Valley in winters offers you to witness mesmerizing beauty of the region, Spiti Valley in winters is known as the Winter Wonderland due to the breathtaking beauty of Spiti covered in snow blanket, you’ll experience the best of Spiti in winters. Also a lot of local festivals and cultural events are celebrated during this time of the year. 

FAQS: Spiti Valley Tour Packages

1- Is Spiti Valley trip expensive?

Taking a trip to Spiti valley is surely a bliss. Even Though it is a popular destination It is still an affordable trip keeping in mind the region and the services we provide in this tour package.

2- Can I travel to Spiti Valley as a solo traveler?

Yes, you can travel solo to Spiti Valley with Go4Explore, as we ensure the safety of every traveler traveling with us, and offer our best services in our Spiti Valley Tour Package. 

3- How many days are required to complete the Spiti Valley tour?

It takes around 10-11 days to complete the Spiti Valley Tour. 

4- How do I travel to Spiti Valley on a budget?

Go4Explore offers various budget friendly trip packages for Spiti Valley tour. You can go through our website and pick any of the packages that are suitable and budget friendly for you. 

5- How to reach Spiti Valley from Shimla?

 From Shimla, you can take a bus or hire a private vehicle to reach Kaza or Reckong Peo, two major towns in Spiti Valley. It is the most common and easy route to reach Spiti Valley. 

6- How to reach Spiti Valley from Manali?

From Manali, you hire a private or you can ake a bus to reach Kaza, a major town in Spiti Valley.  Another reliable and common route to reach Spiti. 


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Sohit Satpute

After looking at several options I choose Go4Explore for my Himachal Backpacking trip. Reason was the itinerary they provided (Manali, Kasol and Jibhi) with the pricing. Firstly I was skeptical about hotels they will provide in the pricing, but the provided hotels and homestays were amazing. They were strategically selected homestays due to its location. I would recommend Go4Explore for Himachal Trips. Ask for Group Leader: Aaryan Verma, he is a gem of a guy.

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Satyam Srivastava

Many thanks for making such a trip possible. The organization, the effectiveness, the planning and on top the driver were just perfect. I felt so comfortable despite being so far from home. Everything worked out in time and perfectly. Our captain (Sahil Yadav) is a man of heart, he was always on his toes to assist and provide the best hospitality. The hotel we stayed at was always clean. I will definitely recommend Go4Explore to my other friends as well. Big thanks to Amit sir, who always helped for every possible difficulty.

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Swathi Rai

Went for their Spiti Valley full circuit trip last week and loved it. The trip itinerary was well curated to make sure we get the most of all the places. Our trip lead - Nikhilesh was well experienced and made sure we don't miss out on anything throughout the trip. The driver was also well experienced. All the stays and food were also managed well. Made some really great memories and friends on this trip and these will be cherished forever. Would also like to point out that we did bump into other groups throughout the trip and came to know that our group covered all of the places mentioned in the itinerary while some others didn't. So I would definitely recommend and also prefer traveling with the Go4Explore community for the best experience.

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Kavish Goyal

It was my first trip with a travel community and I found Go4Explore through Instagram recommendations. I went to Tirthan Valley & Jibhi with Go4Explore. I only had expectations that the accommodation and transportation would be arranged but in actuality it was beyond my expectations. I had a great time with Go4Explore. Everything was very well arranged. We stayed in No Society Homestays which is an amazing place with an amazing vibe. Our trip was led by Sahil Singh who is an amazing trip leader cum friend. He made our trip even more fun. I'd recommend everyone to plan their trip with Go4Explore without even a second thought. Looking forward to more trips.

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Debrati Mukherjee

6 days trip to Spiti Valley with Go4Explore was the best trip of my life. The hospitality, the overall arrangements and the entire tour plan was simply amazing. Special mention to Devendra Bisht without whom our experience would be incomplete. He was an excellent human and a brilliant team captain. Thank you Go4Explore for this memorable experience which I will cherish throughout my life. Looking forward to many more trips with Go4Explore and Devendra Bisht. Big big thumbs up to the entire team. You guys rock!

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Bhavya Jain

It was my first trip with Go4Explore, Location: Chopta, Tungnath, Chandrashila, Deoria Lake. It was the best memory I've ever got till now which I'll cherish my whole life. Everything was pre-planned and managed accordingly. Captain (Nishant) and Co-Captain(Sabrina) were really supportive and helpful. Group was truly amazing. As a whole, Nothing can be better than this. I'll definitely look forward to booking my upcoming trips with the same team.

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Aishani Verma

My first solo trip to Spiti was with Go4explore and has been one of the best trips that happened to me. This trip made me see how much fun it can be with strangers who become like your family by the end of the trip. All this wouldn't have been possible without Sahil Singh who ensured that everyone had fun at every step with utmost care and comfort. I decided to take my second road trip with this community as their itineraries are very well planned and executed. My Ladakh trip was a lot of fun as I met and bonded with a lot of like-minded people. Our young and amazing trip leaders Rahul and Nikhilesh made everything very comfortable from day 1 till the end of the trip and all of them made it the most memorable trip to Ladakh.

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