Day 1: Delhi to Shimla.
- Leave from Delhi by noon. Reach Shimla by night. Dinner and overnight stay at Shimla.
Leave from Sangla after breakfast and continue on the route to Chitkul through the beautiful roads.
The route passes via Batseri village, and Chitkul is a mysterious beatiful town which should be explored by travelers.
Drive back after sightseeing here, and head to Kalpa. Visit the famous suicide point.
Night stay at Kalpa.
Visit Nako Monastery, Nako lake and Nako helipad, which gives an amazing view.
Have dinner and chill.
Start from Kalpa after breakfast. Head to Nako via Pooh.
Pay a quick visit to Nako monastery, Nako lake, and then Helipad for an amazing view
Head to Tabo village from there.
Keep your eyes open to the magical beauty these roads and mountains have to offer.
Visit Tabo monastery.
Dinner and night stay at Tabo.
Head towards Dhankar Village via Pin valley.
Visit Dhankar monastery, and head to Kaza from there.
Check in to the hotel in Kaza, and explore the town once there.
Dinner and stay at Kaza.
Have breakfast and leave from Kaza to Langza village.
Visit Buddha statue.
Leave for Hikkim village, which has the highest post office in the world.
Head to Komic village next, which is the highest village in world connected to a motorable road.
Have lunch in Komic, and leave for Kee monastery.
Roam around that monastery, and then head towards Kibber village.
Visit the village, and the bridge that connects Kibber to Cheecham
Head back to Kaza.
Leave Kaza after breakfast and head to Losar village. There is no village or restaurant after Losar village. Visit Kunzum pass. Roam Around for a while. Continue further and reach Chandrataal lake camping site and check into your stay. Freshen up and trek for 1km to reach Chandratal lake. Enjoy the beauty of the lake, return, have dinner, and chill under the stars before you head to sleep.
Leave for Manali after breakfast.
Have lunch at some Dhaba on the way.
Reach Manali around sunset.
Stay back in Manali or catch your overnight bus to Delhi
Reach Delhi in the morning.
Bid adieu to your travel mates after a memorable trip to Spiti.