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Spiti Self Drive Expedition | FREE Nako Excursion8 days & 7 nights
INR 39,490
Kinnaur Valley Tour From Chandigarh7 days & 6 nights
INR 22,750
Manali To Spiti Bike Expedition | FREE Kaza Excursion11 days & 10 nights
INR 32,250
Chandigarh To Spiti Bike Expedition | KTM Special9 days & 8 nights
INR 37,990
Offbeat Spiti | FREE Jibhi Excursion10 days & 9 nights
INR 32,890
ADVENTURES Spiti | Jeep Safari SPECIAL13 days & 12 nights
INR 35,400

Embark on an enchanting expedition with Thrillophilia’s meticulously curated Spiti Valley tour packages from Chandigarh. Designed to offer a memorable journey through the breathtaking landscapes of Himachal Pradesh, our packages guarantee a seamless and delightful experience.

Each of our Spiti Valley packages is tailored to cater to your unique interests and preferences. Our dedicated 24x7 support team is always ready to address any queries and provide continuous assistance for a stress-free vacation. Through the Chandigarh to Spiti Valley tour packages, you can indulge in a myriad of experiences. From the ancient monasteries of Kibber to the semi-frozen rivers of Pin Valley National Park, we cover the diverse wonders of the region. You can also capture the spiritual essence at Kardang Monastery and witness the ever-changing hues of Chandratal Lake.

So, book your Spiti tour package from Thrillophilia and get ready to explore the mystical landscapes, ancient culture, and unparalleled beauty of this captivating destination.

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Places To Visit on Spiti Valley Tours From Chandigarh

Here are the best places to visit in Spiti Valley.

1.Kibber- Nestled in the scenic Spiti Valley, Kibber stands as the highest village with a motorable road. Famous for its Tibetan architecture, it houses around 40 similar-looking houses that reflect ancient culture. This village holds great significance for Buddhists since it is the place where Serkong Rinpoche, the teacher of the Dalai Lama, passed away.

2. Pin Valley National Park- Situated in the Cold Desert Biosphere Reserve, Pin Valley National Park in Lahaul and Spiti District is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. It shelters rare species like the Himalayan snow leopard and Siberian Ibex. A thrilling trek amid semi-frozen rivers makes it a must-visit destination on Spiti Valley tour packages from Chandigarh

3. Kardang Monastery- Perched in Kardang village on the Bhaga riverbanks, Kardang Monastery is a cultural gem in Lahaul and Spiti Valley. At an altitude of 3,500 metres, it boasts captivating architecture and a vast collection of murals, thangkas, and instruments. You can attend the annual Chaam dance that provides insights into Buddhist culture.

4. Chandratal Lake- Also known as the “Lake of the Moon”, Chandratal Lake is a beautiful tourist destination that you can visit through the Chandigarh to Spiti tour package. Since it is a source of the Chandra River, its crescent shape and ever-changing water hues make it attractive.

5. Sarchu- Serving as an overnight stop along the Leh-Manali Highway, Sarchu marks the border of Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh. At an altitude of 4,290 metres, it is a popular camping site amid the Baralacha La and Lachulung La mountains. Here, you can unwind and relish the dual view of nature.

Things to Do on Spiti Valley Trip from Chandigarh

Here are the best things to do in Spiti Valley.

1. Learn about the Buddhist culture at Key Monastery- Upon visiting the Key Monastery in Spiti Valley, you will discover the rich Buddhist culture that existed for around 1000 years. Through the Spiti Valley tour packages from Chandigarh, you can also admire Buddha idols, ancient books, and murals while soaking in the fascinating history of the monastery.

2. Soak in the beauty of Dhankar Lake- After a one-hour trek from Dhankar Monastery, you will reach the enchanting Dhankar Lake. This serene spot will allow you to witness mesmerizing views as the sky changes colours while reflecting on its crystal-like waters.

3. Watch the view from Baralacha Pass- If you are travelling along the Leh-Manali highway in Spiti Valley, you will come across Baralacha Pass. This pass will captivate your heart with its stunning scenery. You will feel yourself being transported into a different world, surrounded by awe-inspiring landscapes and the Bhaga River.

4. Admire the beauty of Suraj Tal Lake- Adventure enthusiasts can visit Suraj Tal Lake, which is believed to be the third largest lake in the country. It offers a dream-like setting to indulge in trekking and photography opportunities. You can also soak in the spiritual essence of the place since it is said that the lake clears a person of all their sins.

5. Ride a bike through the Kunzum Pass- Kunzum Pass is a paradise for bike riders as it is one of the highest motorable passes in the country. It provides panoramic views of the Bara - Shigri Glacier and Chandrabhaga Range. You can also trek to the Chandratal Lake through Spiti tour packages from Chandigarh and stop at the Goddess Kunzum Devi temple to seek blessings.

Best Time to Go for Spiti Tours from Chandigarh

Although Spiti Valley is a popular tourist destination that can be visited throughout the year, the best time to visit the attraction depends entirely on your budget, interests, and preferences.

Peak Season- The peak season in Spiti Valley falls during the summer season between March and June. During this time, the temperature ranges from 4 to 15 degrees Celsius and the weather remains pleasant to visit Key Monastery and Tabo Monastery and indulge in the Chandratal Lake trek

Shoulder Season- From October to February, Spiti Valley experiences the shoulder season. This period enjoys the winter season, with average temperatures ranging between -2 to -19 degrees Celsius. It is the perfect time to enjoy skiing and snowboarding activities as a thick blanket of snow covers the vast expanse of the valley.

Waning Season- Spiti Valley enjoys the waning season between July and September when the place enjoys the monsoon season. Although the weather makes the road challenging, you can witness the cascading waterfalls and blooming wildflowers in the Spiti Valley.

How to Reach Spiti Valley from Chandigarh

By Air- To reach Spiti Valley from Chandigarh, you can take a flight from Chandigarh to Kullu Manali Airport in Bhuntar. This flight will take you around 40 minutes to travel a distance of around 245 kilometres and reach the airport. From there, you can either take a local bus or cab for a 5-hour journey for another 227 kilometres to reach Spiti Valley.

By Train- If you are looking forward to travelling by train, you can board a train to Kalka from Chandigarh and another one to Shimla or Joginder Nagar Railway Station. It will take you approximately 10 to 20 hours to cover a distance of 245 kilometres. After reaching Shimla or Joginder Nagar, you can either take a bus or taxi for an 8 to 10-hour journey to reach Spiti Valley.

By Road- There are two routes to travel from Chandigarh to Spiti Valley, one through Shimla and the other one via Manali. If you are travelling through Shimla, it will take you around 15 to 20 hours to reach Spiti Valley, covering a distance of around 530 kilometres. On the contrary, it will take you around 11 to 13 hours to travel about 485 kilometres to reach Spiti Valley.

The Weather of Spiti Valley

April to July- Spiti Valley experiences the summer season between April and July. During this time, the average daily temperatures range between 4 to 15 degrees Celsius, which is perfect for enjoying fun activities like rock climbing and paragliding. The sunny days and warm temperatures at this time melt the winter snow, making the trans-Himalayan roadways safe for travel.

August to October- From August to October, Spiti Valley experiences the monsoon season. While rain is rare in the region, you can face some challenges due to the sludges on the road. The average temperature during this time ranges from 3 to 15 degrees Celsius. Although it is an off-season to travel to Spiti Valley, some people visit the destination at this time to appreciate the unique charm of the valley.

November to March- Spiti Valley is characterised by extreme cold and heavy snowfall from November to March. Temperatures can drop below zero degrees and around -20 to -30 degrees Celsius at night, and the entire region is covered in a thick layer of snow. Only a few parts like Lhalung, Hikkim, and Dhankar remain accessible during the winter season. Adventurous travellers seeking a winter wonderland experience may visit Spiti Valley at this time, but it is essential to prepare for the extreme cold conditions.

FAQs For Spiti Valley Tours From Chandigarh

1. How much does the Spiti Valley package from Chandigarh cost?
The Spiti Valley tour packages from Chandigarh typically cost between INR 18,500 to INR 39,490 per person for a duration of 6 to 9 days. At this price, you will wander through the winding roads, chilly deserts, and snow-capped Himalayan peaks of the Spiti Valley. It also includes visits to attractions like Chandratal Lake, Key Monastery, Kunzum Pass, and Pin Valley National Park. As far as the activities are concerned, you can indulge in river rafting, camping, trekking, and stargazing experiences at this cost. This price includes all your accommodation, transportation and sightseeing tours, which makes your journey enjoyable and hassle-free.

2. Are there any direct flights from Chandigarh to Spiti Valley?
Being a remote high-altitude location in the Himalayas, there are no direct flights from Chandigarh to Spiti Valley. You can either fly to Kullu and then take a taxi to Spiti River or travel by road through Shimla and Kinnaur to reach Spiti Valley. The road travel will allow you to access the breathtaking landscapes of Spiti Valley from Chandigarh.

3. Is a trip to Spiti Valley expensive?
No, a trip to Spiti Valley Tours from Chandigarh is not expensive. Although the region is known for its challenging conditions and limited resources, careful planning and budgeting can make it an affordable adventure. You can also book your travel packages from Thrillophilia to make your journey affordable as it covers all your accommodation, transportation, and sightseeing tours.

4. How many days are sufficient for the Spiti Valley tour from Chandigarh?
A minimum of seven to ten days is enough for a trip to Spiti Valley from Chandigarh. This duration offers sufficient time to explore key attractions, partake in adventure sports, and soak in the local culture. It also covers hidden gems like the highest village in the world named Khibber and Hikkim, which is home to the highest post office.

5. Is Spiti Valley worth visiting?
Yes, Spiti Valley is absolutely worth visiting due to the pristine villages, snow-covered peaks, challenging passes, and serene lakes. The rustic charm, ancient monasteries, and warm hospitality of the people also make it a must-visit tourist destination from Chandigarh. Upon visiting, you can have the unique experience of Yak Safari and shop your heart out at Kaza’s Main Market.

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Shailashree Sajjan EDULEAP
Reviewed: 08 Jul 2023
4.0/5
Had an enjoyable visit to Spiti Valley with family. Overall experience with Thrillophilia was good. The visits were as per schedule. Though itinerary was planned as per tour dates/duration, it was a little too hectic on some days and therefore tiring. Food served in the hotels was tasty and wholesom... Read More
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Saurabh Jaiswal
Reviewed: 31 Aug 2022
4.0/5
overall sb thik tha bs itineaary ke hisab se sb kuch nhi gya hmare stops ko change Kiya gya baki sb bdhiya rha and one thing hme ab tk ke apne sare trips me se best captain mila
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Sushil Kamble
Reviewed: 13 Jun 2023
5.0/5
Special thanks to Our guide naresh bhai and jeetu bhai are driver. Their hospitality was great. Just make sure stays have basically facilities like hot water and hygiene. Stay at kaza many things were lacking. People are willing to pay more, but want a proper comfortable stay. If you want detailed r... Read More
Sushil Kamble
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Suman Paul
Reviewed: 05 Oct 2023
4.0/5
Trip was very much satisfying as per my expectation. The two guides Maneet Thapa and Rajan Siddhu took utmost care of us especially from safety point of view. Their decision of staying back in Chandratal in the night of snowfall(29th Sep) was the most wise decision. Also I would like to thank owner ... Read More
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Yogesh Varma
Reviewed: 31 Jan 2024
5.0/5
It’s really good experience and we enjoyed a lot..! Mostly Sunil travel guide is very helpful and driver Surender is done fabulous job in our trip…!  Only disappointed is no snow haha it’s weather issue not about yours issue..! Rest all is awsome and well enjoyed..! We are planning soon for few trip... Read More
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Sonaly Ghosh
Reviewed: 21 Nov 2023
5.0/5
It was amazing, specially to mention about Mr Bhupesh in sales team, Ayush the Tour guide and Mr Bharat the Pilot. Hotels were awsome and the homestays were clean and hygienic. Will travel with them again.
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