Manali to Spiti Valley: Travel Guide with Road Conditions 2024
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Nestled between Tibet and India, the beautiful mountain valley of Spiti is India's last and highest point with motorable roads, perfect for travel and adventure enthusiasts alike. The destination can be reached via Manali or Shimla, but most people prefer the Manali - Spiti route as it's a shorter one with a whole lot of sightseeing and unmatched beauty along the way. Explore this Himalayan gem with our Spiti tour packages, designed to immerse you in the unique culture and breathtaking landscapes of the region. Whether it's exploring ancient monasteries, trekking through rugged terrain, or simply soaking in the serene beauty of the mountains, Spiti has something for every traveler.

The 200 km long route takes approximately 12 hours being some of the toughest roads you’ve ever driven on. The water crossings especially make it an adventure of a lifetime! The route passes through the famous Rohtang Pass, Kunzum Pass, and the towns of Gramphu, Batal, and Losar. Make sure you travel safe and light and carry medication and basic necessities to get through the trip with ease. 

Manali to Spiti Valley Distance: 

The distance from Manali to Kaza in Spiti is 202 kms. Tabo is further down at a distance of 249 km from Manali

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How many days does it take to Reach Spiti from Manali?

Spiti is approximately 202 km from Manali, but do not trust the hours that appear on a map. The road is difficult and it takes approximately 10-12 hours to travel from Manali to Kaza in Spiti. If you choose to stopover in Taro, the journey will take even longer. It Is only on Day 2 of your trip that you will be able to explore Spiti Valley, all of which depends on weather and road conditions.

Best time for Manali to Spiti Valley Trip

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The best time to visit Spiti from Manali, and also when the route is entirely open, is between mid-May to October. The route via Manali, going through Rohtang Pass, Batal and Kunzum Pass is free of snow during these months. Especially in September, Himachal Pradesh is void of snow as well as rain, owing to which roads are dry and not muddy.

Water crossings too are relatively calm. Towards mid-October it begins to snow making travel difficult. Following this, the route is entirely shut from November to April on account of heavy snowfall and fierce water crossings. Hotels close down too because temperatures fall as low as -30°C and water pipes remain frozen till winter recedes.

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Manali to Spiti Valley Road Condition

The 200 km stretch from Manali to Spiti is as adventurous as it is scenic. Between Manali to Rohtang Pass the road is muddy and raw with major chances of landslides and slush, especially in the monsoon. Through May - July the snow melts leading to muddy puddles and water streams that you need to cross over.

Through September - October, the road is repaired by the Border Road Organization and gets much better, however it is still prone to dry-rock landslides and boulders. From Rohtang to Batal and Losar the road gets better with a few cracks and water crossings. Between Losar and Kunzum Pass the road is terrible, but gets better from Kunzum to Chandratal.

Although very narrow, allowing only one car to pass at a time, the rocky road is slightly smoother than other patches. Following that, from Chandratal to Kaza the road is very bad passing through big streams and boulders that may even lead to journey delays. Once in Kaza, prepare for a smooth journey through the Spiti Valley. 

Between May-August the route is also very foggy, making driving difficult. It is best to travel between September and October to experience smoother roads and clear weather.

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Best Itinerary for Manali to Spiti Valley

Day 1 - Arrive at Manali

Arrive in Manali and explore this pristine Himalayan town on foot.
Stay overnight in Manali

Day 2 - Drive from Manali - Rohtang Pass - Kunzum Pass - Kaza

Set out on the 200 km journey to Kaza in Spiti, from Manali
Stop by at the Rohtang Pass where the landscapes change from the green hills of Manali to barren plains of the pass. 
Move from 13000 feet to 14,931 feet as you are welcomed by the chilly air of the Kunzum Pass and Losar Village. 
Reach Kaza by evening and stay overnight at a hotel here. 

Day 3 - Drive from Kaza - Pin Valley - Mudh Village - Kaza

Drive from Gaza to the Pin Valley 30 kms away. With lush greenery and snow clad mountains, Pin Valley with tis flora and fauna is a sight worth visiting. If you’re an adventure seeker you’ll also enjoy trekking here.
Make your way to the Kungri Monastery from Pin Valley and then to Mud, a quaint village of the Pin Valley. Also the last motorable village there.
Spend the rest of the evening here amidst music, serenity of nature, and hot cups of tea as you sit by a bonfire.
Head back to Kaza for the night.

Day 4 - Drive from Kaza - Ki Monastery - Langza - Komik - Hikkim - Kaza
Early next morning, head from Kaza to Komik, the highest village in Asia at a height of 14806 feet. Komik has a population of barely 100 people, but the snow clad mountain peaks and soft brown lands make the trip worth it. 
Drive down further to Hikkim, the highest post office in the world, followed by a trip to the picturesque village of Langza.
In the second half of the day, stop at the base of the hills for a photo opportunity with the tourist favourite Ki Monastery in the background. Then take a guided tour of the monastery which has over 1000 years of stories hidden within its walls.
Head back to Kaza

Day 5 - Drive from Kaza - Tabo - Dhankar. Trek from Dhankar to Lhalung

Drive down 48 kms from Kaza to Tabo Monastery. This 1000 year old UNESCO world heritage site is famous for its intricate portraits and ancient paintings depicting the life of Buddha. 
From Tabo proceed to Dhankar, a tiny village. 
Turn back time as you explore the 1200 year old Dhankar Gompa, perched between eroded rocky pinnacles on the edge of a cliff. Don’t forget to stop by and admire the turquoise waters of the tranquil Dhankar Lake. 
While making your way back down, stop by Lhalung, a village at 12000 feet with barely 50 homes. Spend the evening meeting locals, learning their cooking techniques and indulging in home cooked food.
Spend the night at a homestay in Lhalung.

Day 6 - Drive from Lhalung - Kibber - Losar - Kunzum Pass - Chandratal Lake
Head back from Gaza to Manali
Stop by at the beautiful village of Kibber, which is a great point for trekking, if you love some adventure.
Further down, stop by at the unmissable Chandratal Lake located at 14,100 feet. The tranquil waters and mystical scenery serves as a great photo opportunity, after which you head to the camping site for the night.
Enjoy a hot meal, lie by the lake and admire the Milky Way, and spend the night in tents and sleeping bags.

Day 7 - Drive from Chandratal Lake - Batal - Chattru - Rohtang Pass - Manali

Make your way back from the lake with short stops at the villages of Batal and Chhatru, and lastly, the Rohtang Pass. After a good view of this popular destination, travel back to Manali with great memories!

Mode of Transportation


By 4X4 Vehicle

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Driving from one point to another is a great choice because you can take stopovers at your convenience and enjoy sightseeing at a leisurely pace. However, the roads between Manali and Spiti are difficult if you do not have prior experience driving through water crossings or going off-roading.

If you aren't comfortable driving for too long, opt for a shared taxi or a sumo which costs approximately Rs. 1000 per person and takes you to your destination within 11-12 hours.

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By Bike

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Traveling by bike is most definitely a great way to explore the route from Manali to Spiti, especially if you're an expert biker. You can rent a good off-roading bike starting at Rs. 1200 per day.

The journey is tedious as you go over rough roads and streams, but it is equally exciting. Make sure you stay safe at all times with a helmet to protect you. Also, stay prepared with an extra pair of shoes and clothes as you ride through the water. 

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By Bus

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There are two buses each day plying between Manali and Spiti. These go via the Rohtang Pass, Kunzum Pass, and then to Kaza. The ticket for an HRTC bus cost approximately Rs. 250 and needs to be purchased 1-2 days before your journey and you need to board the bus from the main Manali Bus Station.

You begin your journey at 5 am and reach by 6 pm. On the positive side, you travel stress free. On the negative side, it takes a little longer than a car journey and you need to abide by bus timings, instead of a leisurely trip.

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Places to Visit During Manali to Spiti Valley Road Trip


Chandratal Lake

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Shaped like a moon lends it the name Chandratal which translates to Moon Lake. The visual vistas here are breathtaking!

Altitude: 14,100 ft

Distance from Manali:
140 km

Distance from Spiti:
125 km

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Kunzum Pass

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A high mountain pass that connect Lahaul and Kullu to the Spiti Valley. Multiple treks are organised through the pass, leading to the Chandratal Lake and offer views of the ChandraBhaga Ranges

: 15,060 feet

Distance from Manali:
127 km

Distance from Spiti:
70 km

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Rohtang Pass

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The pass with its inexplicable beauty will leave you mesmerized. It connects the Kullu Valley with Lahaul and Spiti. 

13,050 feet

Distance from Manali:
50 km

Distance from Spiti:
146 km
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Pin Valley National Park

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Amidst frozen rivers, the green park houses snow leopards and a rare species called the Ibex. The blend of white snow and green trees here is beautiful to see! It is often called as Mud, being barren and relatively dry, except for in winters. To get to the park you have to drive to Dhankar and then take the exit from Attargo Bridge which leads to the park. 

20,000 feet

Distance from Manali:
218 km to Attargo Bridge 

Distance from Spiti:
22 km to Attargo Bridge
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Dhankar Monastery

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Situated on a cliff between Tabo and Kaza, the monastery houses four statues of Buddha facing in all four directions, while the walls of the monastery are adorned with paintings, murals and scriptures.

12,774 feet

Distance from Manali: 
235 km

Distance from Spiti:
39 km
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Tayul Monastery

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The monastery houses the tallest Padma Sambhava statue, at 12 feet. There are also a hundred million mani wheels here that are believed to open the minds of visitors, helping in meditation and calming the mind and soul. 

12795 feet

Distance from Manali:
118 km

Distance from Spiti:
184 km
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One of the highest villages in there world, at a height of 14,000 feet above sea level, Kibber is a must-visit for some splendid mountain views

14,010 feet

Distance from Manali:
186 km

Distance from Spiti:
18 km
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Must Visit Places in Spiti Valley

While Himachal Pradesh is home to a dozen different monasteries, this spectacular place is not just the biggest, but also the oldest one around. A must visit tourist place in Spiti Valleythe Key Gompa is encircled by picturesque mountains and soothing valleys. A wonderful example of monastic architecture and decorated with beautiful paintings, murals, manuscripts, and wind instruments.

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Perched at a staggering altitude of 4200 meters above sea level, you have to witness the unparalleled beauty of Chandratal to believe it. A sanctuary from the lightning fast city life, this lake is slowly becoming one of the most attractive tourist places in Spiti valley. With the spellbinding backdrop of majestic mountains and meadows covered with gorgeous wildflowers, the lake is the perfect place to click Instagram worthy pictures.

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India's highest cold valley National Park, this place was constructed to preserve the unique natural flora and fauna of Himachal Pradesh and is named after the gorgeous Pin River and acts as an interface between the Lahul and Spiti Valley. Against a backdrop of barbarous, rugged snow-covered mountain peaks of the Spiti Valley, the national park is home to Himachal's ferocious predators, the snow leopards, and their prey, the ibex.

The terrain is rough and precarious, so train hard and get into those fitness programs before you undertake this captivating journey. The sanctuary also witnesses a strong spiritual influence due to the presence of Buddhist monasteries around the area.

Location: Near Kaza.

Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM throughout the week.

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Third highest lake in India and 21st highest in the world, the Suraj Tal is a divine water body surrounded by barbaric bare mountains and soothing valleys. It is a common belief that anyone who takes a dip in the pristine emerald waters of the lake is cleaned off their sins.

Whether you want to visit the Suraj Tal for spiritual reasons or to simply revel in the unsurpassed natural charm – you won’t regret it. An absolute haven for avid trekkers, the lake offers an asylum to refresh and recharge during the hectic Manali-Leh trek. Adrenaline junkie motorcyclists and mountain bikers will find this place a wonderful stopover on their journey.

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Kunzum Pass is your high road to adventure, connecting Lahaul and Spiti valleys at an altitude of 4,551 metres. With 15 thrilling hairpin bends, it offers an adrenaline rush amidst the snow peaks and valleys. The temple of goddess Kunzum Devi stands guard here, blessing the travellers. It is a haven for bikers, trekkers, and photographers seeking extraordinary sights and thrilling experiences.

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Tabo Monastery is one of the most wondrous places to visit in Spiti Valley. Founded a millennium ago, the temple is a unique amalgamation of history, culture and natural splendor. In the cold barren deserts of Tabo valley, the monastery appears as a sanctum from the brutality of barbarous rocky mountains around.

It houses centuries worth of Buddhist culture, tradition and heritage – a treat for history and cultural buffs. For those of you interested in art and handicraft – witness the amazingly preserved paintings, murals and sculptures. Or just kick back and take in the healing environment as calmness ascends over your being.

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Nestled in one corner of the beautiful Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, Kaza happens to be a tranquil and serene destination in Spiti Valley. Packed with majestic snow-covered mountains, bubbling rivers, picturesque landscape, and shimmering streams, this dreamy place is no less than a paradise on earth. 

The entire town of Kaza is categorized into 2 parts – New Kaza and Old Kaza. While the former accommodates the king’s palace, the latter is home to government offices. The presence of historical wonders, monasteries, and gompas adds a sense of magic to this charming town. At present day, the Himalayan town of Kaza features an exotic amalgam of ancient culture and modernity that is sure to leave every traveler totally awestruck and spellbound.


The pristine locales and mountainous terrain of Kaza lure tourists who are interested in experiencing spirituality as well as adventurous activities. The place even forms a base camp from where travelers can venture to experience activities such as mountaineering and trekking. Some well-known trails that start from the town of Kaza include Pin-Bhaba, Parang-La, and Pin-Parvati. In addition to trying adventure sports and visiting various Buddhist shrines, tourists flocking here also like to take a walk to the small villages nearby Kaza town, which offers an exciting and unique experience.

One can access Kaza from Lahaul Valley and Kinnaur Valley. While the latter route stays open all year round, the former route only opens during the summer season. Winter season in this destination comes with extremely low temperatures that make the weather of the town immensely cold. During this time, the locals prefer staying indoors and only venture out in case of absolute urgency. They always keep food supplies stocked up for this time of the year and utilize the whole time indoors by producing handicrafts.

The town of Kaza is blessed with a plethora of decent accommodation facilities and food outlets, helping tourists in having a comfortable vacation. All the elements put together, make tourism flourish in this small Himalayan destination.

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Tucked atop a small hill at an impressive altitude of 4100 meters above sea level, the Dhankar, with its dazzling blue waters, is one of the most popular places to visit in Spiti Valley. The lake sits at the end of the famous Dhankar Lake trek known for its treacherous paths, rocky snow-capped mountains, and incomparable vistas. Adventure enthusiasts and photography lovers are enchanted alike by the magical realism of the trek.

The Dhankar Fort Monastery sandwiched between Spiti and Pin rivers offers a special spiritual touch as it plays hide and seek on the trail. And once you reach the lake, the rare and diversified views will make your jaw drop!

Near Rohtang Pass connecting Kullu and Lahul. 

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Kibber is a village located in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh at an elevation of 4270 meters. This village is surrounded by stunning mountains and landscapes. The Tibetan-style houses in Kibber, built with stone and bricks, are impressive to see. The village's landscape is unique in the Spiti Valley, featuring fertile fields that yield abundant crops, even for trading. Also called Kyibar, it is famous for the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary and the Kibber Monastery.

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Dhankar Monastery is located in Lahaul and Spiti Valley at 3,894 meters. It is recognized as one of the hundred most endangered monuments in the world. This monastery is also known as Dhangkar Gompa, and it was built around 1000 years ago by Lama Lha-od. It is one of the primary Buddhist centres and tourist attractions in Spiti. The Monastery also houses centuries-old Buddhist paintings. Visitors can experience the amazing beauty of Spiti Valley from the Dhankar Monastery.

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Nako village, situated in the Himalayan mountains, is a tranquil getaway that captivates visitors with its beauty and quiet. This charming community, encircled by majestic peaks and verdant surroundings, provides an insight into the way of life in the Himalayas. For those looking for peace and natural beauty, Nako is the ideal location because of its gorgeous surroundings and welcoming residents. Nako village promises a memorable experience in the heart of the Himalayas, whether you choose to explore the village's meandering lanes or just take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

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The Nako Lake is located in Nako village of Kinnaur district, Himachal Pradesh. Situated at an altitude of 3662 meters, it is famous for its dense willow forests and beautiful mountain views. This lake in the Nako village is a pilgrimage destination for Buddhist followers. Legends say that Lord Padmasambhava (one of the founding fathers of Tibetan Buddhism) meditated here, making it sacred. So, no one is allowed to bathe, swim, or put their feet in the waters of the Nako Lake.

Location: Nako Village, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timings: It can be visited at any time.

Entry Fee: No entry charges

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Tabo is a small village in the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is a treasure trove of culture and is home to the Tabo Monastery which is also known as the "Ajanta of the Himalayas." This ancient village is surrounded by snowclad Pir Panjal mountains and it is a great place to learn about Buddhist culture as well as traditions. Tabo is also an excellent destination to visit for those seeking tranquillity and historical exploration.

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Things to Know for Manali to Spiti Trip


Petrol Pumps on Manali - Spiti Route

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Fill up your car at Manali and then reload once you reach Kaza. While returning, top up once again at Kaza because the next petrol station can be found directly in Manali. 

1. In Manali 
Manali has at least 10 petrol pumps which include HP Petrol Pump on Amar Highway, and Harrison's Filling Station on NH 21. Further down, you'll find others like Reliance and Bharat Petroleum in the smaller areas of Manali. 

2. In Kaza

Kaza has three petrol pumps which are Indian Oil and Kaza Petrol Pump on Gramphu-Batal-Kaza Rd, and the Kaza Fuel Station. 
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ATM's on Manali - Spiti Route

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In Manali
Manali has numerous ATMs which include SBI, ICICI,BOB,HDFC,UCO and many others. Being a populated town, the ATMs here are reliable. 

In Kaza
Kaza has 2 ATMs which are State Bank of India and KCC Bank. Being a small village, the ATMs here may not always be functional. 
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Mechanics on Manali - Spiti Route

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Enroute Manali to Spiti, Mechanics can be found at the following towns and villages: 

Reckong Peo
- Tapri
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Mobile Connectivity on Manali - Spiti Route

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Make sure you carry a spare BSNL/MTNL card with you because this is the only network available in Spiti. Others work erratically and may remain dead between Manali and Kaza. Between Chandratal to Losar and Gramphu to Batal there is no phone connectivity. 

However, these villages do have satellite phones at low costs, which you can use in case of an emergency. While you might be lucky to find some phone network, data services are restricted to 2G and Spiti Valley has barely any internet connectivity at all. It is always wise to inform your family and friends of your route before heading out, so they know when to get in touch with you. 
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Places for Night Stopover

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1. In Khoksar
The village of Khoksar has only one accommodation facility called the Layul Home Stay

2. In Kaza

Solo Yolo Homestay: Located only 400 metres from the centre, Solo Yolo Homestay features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking.
Cost: Rs. 600 pp/pn

Tethys Himalayan DEN - Chicham : Features accommodation, a restaurant, a shared lounge, a garden and a terrace. Additionally, guests can enjoy a continental breakfast spread. 
Cost: Rs. 3600 pp/pn

NotOnMap - Komik House: Equipped with a 24-hour reception and a bathroom, NotOnMap features a river and mountain view that makes your stay an experience to remember! 
Cost: Rs. 1500 pp/pn

The Travellers Shed: Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, room service and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi. The property offers bikes on hire and features a garden and a terrace.
Cost: Rs. 500 pp/pn

Moustache Kaza, Spiti: The property features a terrace, a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge and each room has a private bathroom fitted with a shower.
Cost: Rs. 900 pp/pn

3. In Tabo
Namsay Homestay: Offers a terrace, a garden and free private parking.
Cost: Rs. 1500 pp/pn

Phuntsok Homestay: The homestay has basic facilities that include room service, housekeeping and an individual bathroom for each room 
Cost: Rs. 3000 pp/pn

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Safety Tips & Guidelines

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Avoid travelling in October - With the onset of winter it begins to snow in most parts of the route and Rohtang and Kunzum Pass, along with a few other villages are inaccessible during the winter. 

Avoid in case of heart issues - If you suffer from respiratory or heart ailments, avoid visiting Spiti as the oxygen levels at a higher altitude are low, making breathing difficult. 

Beware of landslides - There will be multiple signboards along the way that say ‘Shooting Stones’ which are nothing but stones and rocks falling from the rocky mountains as you drive. If you’re riding, make sure you wear a helmet at all hours and ask pillion riders to do so too, so as to avoid injuries. 

Have driving experience - Do not take it for granted that you’ll breeze through because you can drive. The route from Manali to Spiti is treacherous and requires some expertise of driving through water crossings and snow

Do not ignore AMS - Acute Mountain Sickness is a serious medical condition that makes breathing difficult. If you face problems, descend immediately or choose a route of a lower altitude that will allow for acclimatisation. 

Travel with an ID - Always keep essential details like your ID card, emergency contact number, blood group, and allergy information if any. In the unfortunate event that something goes wrong, this information will come in handy for those coming to your rescue. 

Travel in a group so as to not get lost

Inform your family and friends about your whereabouts.

Carry plenty of food, water and cash, especially if you’re planning to trek. 

If you’re riding, do not try any bike stunts that may prove to be fatal. 

Be prepared for everything

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For Indians:

Indians need to obtain a vehicle permit to enter the Rohtang Pass if travelling from Manali. This is provided free of cost on showing a valid driver’s license and registration certificate of the car. All vehicles, including bikes, need to obtain this permit, which can even be done via the newly launched app by the tourism board. 

For Foreign Nationals:

Apart from the vehicle permit which is mandatory to all, foreign nationals also need to obtain the Inner Line Permit to visit places like Khab, Samdo, Dhankar, Tabo, Gompa, Kaza, Morang, and Dubling which lie within the inner line. Villages of Kalpa, Sangla Valley and Chitkul lie below this line and do not require a permit. The ILP can be obtained at the DC Office in Keylong, the district headquarters of Lahaul and Spiti. 
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Things to Carry

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Enough warm clothes that’ll last you for a week. These include jackets, woolen caps and socks 
A valid photo ID card
Foreign travelers must carry their passports at all times
Comfortable, long-lasting shoes, especially slip-resistant as there could be snow along the way
Sleeping bag and blanket
Camera with extra batteries, because the destinations are exemplary!
Helmet, if you’re riding
Plenty of cash as not all ATMs are functional there
Food items and a water bottle
First Aid Kit including medicines for common ailments 
Sunscreen and sunglasses
Travel light, with preferably only one bag
A spare BSNL/MTNL card for a network in the Spiti Valley
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Clothes to Carry to Manali - Spiti Valley trip

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At least 2-3 pairs of inner thermals
A wind cheater and umbrella in case of unforeseen weather
Boots or trekking shoes if you’re travelling closer to winter. Any walking shoes are appropriate in summers
Woollen socks
Full-length clothes
Sweatshirts, jackets and warm hoodies
Comfortable trekking pants 
A cap to protect yourself from the sun
A monkey cap to keep your ears covered
An extra pair of shoes, especially if travelling on bike and need to get past water crossings

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Medical Facilities on Manali -Spiti Route

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Lady Willingdon Hospital in Manali
A clinic in Madgram headed by Dr. Bishan Shashni. The Mission Hospital in Kaza
A clinic in Spiti also headed by Dr. Bishan Shashni. 
Government-aided medical camps are conducted in September in smaller villages, so if you're travelling in the month of September, you can visit any in case of emergencies. 
Surgical Camps are also conducted in Kaza, Spiti and Killar, each year.
Almost every town has chemist shops, and larger towns have clinics and hospitals. However, it is best to carry basic medication for issues like fever, nausea, vomiting, headaches and others.
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Information About AMS and Acclimatisation

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As is known, when the altitude increases, especially above 8000 feet, the barometric pressure of a place decreases, which means oxygen levels in the body start reducing. One needs to breathe more to fulfil the oxygen requirement in the body. When you spend enough time at the same altitude, your body begins to adjust to the oxygen intake which is called acclimatisation.

However, if the body fails to do this, it is referred to as Acute Mountain Sickness which is a serious medical condition where the body isn’t receiving enough oxygen. As you ascend faster and higher, the risk of AMS increases because there isn’t enough time for acclimatisation. AMS generally occurs when you cross 10,000 feet.

Remember, if you are short of breath, do not try to sleep as respiration reduces while sleeping which will worsen the condition. The best cure is to acclimate yourself or descend. In case of minor AMS, you can consume tablets that reduce headaches and nausea, but make sure these are prescribed by a professional. Some might also have side effects, so do not consume anything without a prescription.

The best way to gauge the level of AMS is by asking the patient to walk in a straight line. If he is unable to do so, the necessary medical aid should be provided instantly, or he/she should be brought down from the height. 

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Get ready for an epic adventure trip Spiti Valley Bike Trip through the rugged and breathtaking terrain of the Spiti Valley on two wheels Starting in Chandigarh, you’ll pass through the twists and turns that lead you to the snowy paradise of Narkanda, the remote beauty of Chitkul, and the peaceful charm of Kalpa. As you ride further, you'll encounter hidden gems like Nako, Gue, and Tabo, each with its own story to tell. However, the real thrill comes when you hit the trails of Kaza, Key, Langza, Hikkim, Komic, Chicham, and the high-altitude Kunzum Pass. It's an invitation to explore, connect, and create stories. So, gear up for an unforgettable adventure and answer the call of the mountains!

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  • Route: Chandigarh - Narkanda - Chitkul - Kalpa - Nako - Gue - Tabo - Kaza - Key - Langza - Hikkim - Komic - Chicham - Kunzum Pass Chandratal, Manali - Chandigarh
  • Duration: 9 Days, 8 Night
  • Start Point: Chandigarh
  • End Point: Chandigarh
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Are you a woman traveller or are you a group of some enthusiastic women travellers? Then here is a mind blowing road trip which is filled with adventure and excitement throughout the roads of Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh.

About the Destination:
As everyone knows, Lahaul and Spiti are the most beautiful valleys located in the Himalayas at a greater altitude exhibiting the best natural sights of the mountains and green valleys. The quaint villages, the Buddhist monasteries, the lakes and rivers, the high altitude roads and passes, the snow-covered peaks and the picturesque sights on both the sides will enable you to make your girls' gang feel a high level excitement and joy.

Wondering what you will be ticking off?
- Lahaul Valley: One of the most spellbinding places to visit in Spiti Valley, the Lahaul Valley is a staple for adrenaline junkies and solitude seekers alike. Bare mountains covered with null vegetation, clear blue skies, pollutions free environment, green meadows – Lahaul is a paradise for nature lovers. 

- Key Monastery: 
A must visit tourist place in Spiti Valleythe Key Gompa is encircled by picturesque mountains and soothing valleys. A wonderful example of monastic architecture and decorated with beautiful paintings, murals, manuscripts, and wind instruments – the Kye attracts history and cultural buffs round the year.

- Dhankar Lake: 
Tucked atop a small hill at an impressive altitude of 4100 meters above sea level, the Dhankar, with its dazzling blue waters, is one of the most popular places to visit in Spiti Valley. The lake sits at the end of the famous Dhankar Lake trek known for its treacherous paths, rocky snow-capped mountains, and incomparable vistas.

- Dhankar Monastery: 
The Dhankar Fort Monastery sandwiched between Spiti and Pin rivers offers a special spiritual touch as it plays hide and seek on the trail. And once you reach the lake, the rare and diversified views will make your jaw drop! A truly curious landmark, the monastery is perched so precariously amongst rocks that it appears as if it is seconds away from falling all over.

- Tabo Monastery: 
Tabo Monastery is one of the most wondrous places to visit in Spiti Valley. Founded a millennium ago, the temple is a unique amalgamation of history, culture and natural splendour. In the cold barren deserts of Tabo valley, the monastery appears as a sanctum from the brutality of barbarous rocky mountains around.

- Khibber: 
To call Kibber beautiful would be putting it lightly – arid landscape, rocky mountains, meadows covered in vibrant wildflowers, and all this paired with pristine pollution-free environment. Stargazers and photography lovers flock alike to Kibber to gaze at the unsurpassed, exquisite view of the Milky Way.

About the Tour:
This road tour starts from Chandigarh and takes you through the major villages and locations like Sarahan, Kalpa, Tabo, Kaza and the sights you will come across during the journey include Narkanda, Lahaul Valley, Khibber, Tabo, Key Monastery, Dhankar, etc.

Your 7 day adventure starts from Chandigarh. You travel all the way around seeing popular, beautiful and hidden sites in the Spiti Valley and come back to Chandigarh. Stay at great places, eat local food, travel around the valley, know the culture and visit landmark spots that will take your breath away. Read the advisory and inclusions carefully before going for the tour. 

In peak winter i.e. January and early February all the places might not be open due to adverse weather conditions. We will keep you updated of the same in case any last minute changes need to be made to your plan. 

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Start Point: Delhi-Shimla
End Point: Shimla-Delhi

Highlights of the Spiti Valley Winter Tour:
Adore the stunning view of Kinner Kailash peaks over a cup of tea.
Experience in a local Spitian homestay.
Visit Key Monastery

About the Places:
- Nako Village: Highest village in the valley, Nako owns a lake formed out of the masses of the ice. Fauna including, Yaks, kine, horses and asses, can be found in abundance here.
- Spiti: Spiti is one of the coldest places in the country. Snuggled at an altitude of 12,500 feet above the sea level, the valley serves as a paradise to adventure lovers.
- Key Monastery: A famous Tibetan Buddhist monastery, Key Monastery is also known as the Kye Monastery and Ki Monastery. Explore the long and interesting history of the monastery with this tour.
- Kalpa: Having beautiful temples and monasteries, the village of Kalpa is famous for its apple orchards.

About the Spiti Valley in Winter Tour:
Get ready to start the adventure from Delhi. and go to all the places you wished to visit. This tour allows with all the experiences where you get to experience the beauty of winter and have memories that you can share with all.

Drive through places like Kufri, Narkanda and many more. Get to explore Chitkul. Chitkul is the last village on the old Hindustan - Tibet Trade route. It is on the banks of river Baspa and is the last place Indians can visit without a permit. Situated at an altitude of 2759 m from the sea level, Kalpa is located close to the foot of Kinner Kailash, the winter home of Lord Shiva.

Spiti Valley is a paradise to all the trekkers and mecca to travel lovers. Spiti means 'The Middle Land' and it separates India from Tibet. It is the best place to visit to experience the winter Spiti as Spiti is one of the coldest places in the country. Sprawling 360-degree views of the beautiful mountains will take your heart away.

All in all the tour is best suited to go for a perfect trip to explore Spiti in winter and allows you to create memories that are worth-sharing and worth-living. The Spiti Valley In Winter tour will be remembered for the rest of your life and you will have stunning pictures for your social media.
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About the tour:

Begin the adventure with our Spiti Valley Tour, starting from the picturesque town of Manali and taking you through the awe-inspiring landscapes of Kaza, Kibber, Komic, Hikkim, Langza, Kunzum La, and the mesmerizing Chandratal Lake. This tour is about the immersive experience of connecting with the locals, experiencing the cuisine, and understanding the way of life. Don't miss out on this soul-enriching journey that will make your heart long for more

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  • Route:  Manali - Kaza - Kibber - Komic - Hikkim - Langza - Kunzum La - Chandratal and Manali
  • Duration: 6 Days, 5 Nights
  • Start Point: Manali
  • End Point: Manali
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Let me paint a vivid picture of what awaits you as you embark on a journey from Shimla to Spiti Valley, from the serene beauty of Chitkul to the remote charm of Nako, Gue, and the captivating Key, Kibber, Kaza, Komik, Hikkim, Langza, Dhankar, and Kalpa. The journey becomes an exploration of nature's hidden gems, with each turn offering a new adventure. It's an opportunity to connect with untouched beauty, delve into ancient cultures, and create memories that will stay with you forever. Get ready to immerse yourself in its charm.

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  • Route: Shimla - Chitkul - Nako - Gue - Key - Kibber - Kaza - Komik - Hikkim - Langza - Dhankar - Kalpa - Shimla
  • Duration: 6 Days, 5 Nights
  • Start Point: Shimla
  • End Point: Shimla
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About the Tour:

Fuel up your bikes from the world’s highest petrol pump at Kaza and fire up the rider in you for a most thrilling biking expedition into the rustic land of Spiti. This valley will fascinate you with its ever-changing vistas, the tricky terrain, and the nerve-chilling high altitude views that will give you a feel of being on top of the world. 

Feel like being on top of the world, as you look down at a tiny truck that lies below Asia's highest suspended Chicham Bridge. After a long riding haul, experience a unique calmness at your pitstop by the vibrant yet peaceful vibes of the 1000-year-old Key monastery that stand aloof on this rugged terrain. Don't forget to take a perfect postcard picture in the “I’m a conqueror” pose with your bike by the sparkling turquoise lakes, and cherish your dream vacation for life.

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Route: Delhi - Manali - Jibhi - Rampur - Chitkul - Kalpa - Kaza - Chandra Tal - Manali - Delhi

Duration: 11 Days 10 Nights

Start Point: Delhi

End Point: Delhi

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Get your head out of the car window and indulge in the breathtaking views of the rugged Himalayan terrain as you embark on an adventurous trip to Spiti. Every curve in the road will greet you with endless valley views, snow-clad peaks, and a moon-shaped lake. The journey will take you through iconic attractions such as the Hadimba Temple, a serene Buddhist temple, the Clubhouse, the ancient Siyali Mahadev temple, the enchanting Van Vihar, and the rustic charm of Old Manali. Experience the thrill of driving through the Atal Tunnel under the famous Rohtang Pass and be mesmerized by the picturesque landscapes of the Kunzum Pass. Explore the vibrant town of Kaza and be amazed by the impressive Chicham Bridge, suspended between towering cliffs. Finally, prepare to be captivated by the ethereal beauty of Chandratal Lake, nestled amidst majestic snow-capped peaks.

Spiti Valley offers the perfect playground for adventurous off-road driving, with the added bonus of the possibility of spotting the ever-elusive Snow Leopard. Enjoy the fresh mountain air as you traverse the isolated slopes of the last village, creating memories that will last a lifetime. 

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Route:  Manali - Atal tunnel - Kaza - Hikkim - Komic - Langza - Key - Kibber - Kumzum Pass - Chandratal - Rohtang Pass - Manali

Duration: 5 Days, 4 Nights

Start Point: Manali

End Point: Manali

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People Also Ask About Spiti Valley

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Kaza?

    Here are some of the best places to visit in Kaza:

    1. Key Monastery
    2. Komic Village
    Dhankar Lake
    7. Tabo Monastery
    8. Sakya Tangyud Monastery
    9. Langza Village
  2. Which are the Best places to visit in Spiti Valley?

    5. Tabo Monastery
    7. Kaza
    9. Kibber
    10. Dhankar Monastery
    11. Nako Village
    12. Nako Lake
    13. Tabo
  3. How do I get from Manali to Spiti Valley?

    Spiti Valley can be reached from Manali by car, bus, or bike.
    A car or a shared cab is the most convenient way to get there which costs approximately Rs. 1000 per person. The journey takes 10-12 hours. Make sure you are travelling by a Jeep, Sumo or any other 4x4 that can be driven over rough roads and through water. 

    Bus is the cheapest mode of transport costing approximately Rs. 350 for a one-way ticket. The journey takes around 12-13 hours with stopovers at major villages. You can board the bus from Manali Bus Station. 

    If you’re an adventure seeker, you may also rent a bike for as low as Rs. 1200 per day. Ensure that you rent a good quality bike like a Bullet or a Royal Enfield with a powerful engine and good off-road capabilities to withstand rocky roads and water routes. 
  4. Is Spiti Valley dangerous?

    Spiti Valley is a very safe place if you are cautious enough and plan well. Carry the basic essentials, including food, medicines and lots of warm clothes and prepare for anything and everything. But while the area of Spiti Valley is safe, the road leading up to it certain isn’t. The route is carved through the mountains and you’ll often come across boulders and water crossings turned to streams. Slushy areas are also a concern in July and August owing to which tourists say that the route from Manali to Kaza is one of the toughest to travel through.
  5. How far is Spiti from Manali?

    Spiti is 202 kms from Manali. However, due to poor road and weather conditions, travelling across the route takes more than 10 hours. Do not be mistaken by the 4 hours that appear on maps.
  6. Is Manali to Spiti road open?

    The road from Manali to Spiti is open and easily accessible during the months of May to October when the town experiences summer and monsoon. In winter, from mid-October to April, the route is shut as soon as it begins to snow in the Rohtang Pass and Kunzum Pass. These two passes cannot be avoided while travelling from Manali to Spiti, and heavy snow here makes the route inaccessible.
  7. Is there a mobile network in Spiti Valley?

    Most mobile networks don’t work in the Spiti Valley. The only one that does is a BSNL/MTNL connection, which is also quite erratic. Voice calls may drop and the sound quality is weak, but you can connect with your loved ones for a short while, nonetheless. Internet connectivity too is very poor, with only 2G working in a few parts of Spiti Valley. As you move out of Manali and cross Rohtang, other networks like Airtel and Vodafone will shut down entirely.
  8. Is it safe to travel to Spiti in August?

    Yes, Spiti Valley can be travelled to in August. You might experience a few roadblocks along the way if it begins to rain heavily, but that too is rare. Internal roads across the journey too are accessible in August. However, be wary of landslides and the water crossings that turn to streams in summer and monsoon. These are difficult to get past, especially if you’re travelling by bike and may cause delays. To be on the safe side travel by bus or car during August.
  9. Can we go to Spiti Valley by car?

    Yes, Spiti Valley can be travelled by car. However, make sure you’re in a Jeep or any other 4x4 that can be driven through the many water streams and boulders that you will find enroute Spiti. You can even rent a car from Manali to Spiti if you don’t want to risk driving a smaller vehicle. The journey takes approximately 10-12 hours and is the best way to explore tourist destinations on the way. You can stop over at the Chandratal Lake, Kunzum Pass, monasteries in Kaza and many other villages, while enjoying a leisurely trip.
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18 June 2019
I went to Spiti Valley with my family from Chandigarh and we booked our trip from Thrillophilia. The place is so beautiful, the view is so captivating. the trip was really wonderful we had a very nice ti me on the trip. Thanks, Thrillophilia for the great experience!!!
15 October 2019
We went to Spiti from Shimla. We booked the trip from Thrillophilia and must say they have arranged everything so nicely, the stays, meals everything was so nice. We had an amazing time on the entire trip.
27 September 2019
The Spiti Valley trip from Delhi was so amazing, The entire trip was so nicely planned, the meals and stays everything was so good. we had a great time on the trip. The place is so beautiful.
22 October 2019
we went to Spiti valley from Delhi and it was one of the best trips ever, The beautiful hills and mountains are so alluring, Key Monastery, Lhalung Monastery, Dhankar Lake, Pin Valley National Park, and Kunzum Pass all are so beautiful. We had an amazing time at the trip. Thanks Thrillophilia for the wonderful experience!!!
04 November 2019
Spiti Valley is so beautiful and mesmerizing. The trip to Spiti valley was an amazing experience, I booked the trip from Thrillophilia and they have arranged things so well. The guide provided to us with the tour was so helpful. We had a very good time on the entire trip
10 July 2019
Chapala Pothuvaal Spiti Valley Bike Trip
Thrillophilia just arranged the best trip of my life! The guide was excellent, the bikes were in good condition and so were the other arrangements! The whole trip was so well arranged that we saw the best of Spiti.
18 May 2019
I opt for solo bike trips regularly, but this is the best experience- bike in perfect condition, itinerary well planned, and the best support team to help out whenever necessary!
18 May 2019
Aanandaswarup Pothuvaal Manali to Spiti Valley Bike Trip
I opt for solo bike trips regularly, but this is the best experience- bike in perfect condition, itinerary well planned, and the best support team to help out whenever necessary!
03 July 2019
Vidur Namboothiri Spiti Valley Bike Trip
It was a great trip for me. However, there were some pros and cons. Pros: • The bikes were in good condition, and there were regular breaks for riders. • The trip guide was excellent and very clear with instructions. • They selected excellent viewpoints and regular stops. All the pre-decided places were duly shown to us. Cons • The food could have been improved • The internet connectivity throughout was very poor.
06 August 2019
Akshaj Dwivedi Spiti Valley Bike Trip
An unforgettable trip for my friends and me- Thrillophilia arranged it in the best way possible! The trip could not have been better executed! Our operator was the best- he gave us the whole itinerary minute by minute in Chandigarh on the first day and was there for every issue we had!

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