Manali-Chandartal-Kaza Road Trip Ex Delhi

8 Days

Manali-Chandartal-Kaza Road Trip Ex Delhi (7 Nights / 8 Days)

What could be better than long drives away from the office desks, to the mountains and lakes! Manali Chandartal Kaza Road Trip Ex Delhi offers an incredible experience away from the city. If you imagine yourself sitting by the Chandratal or standing at the edge of one of the oldest monasteries in Spiti Valley, then this tour is perfect for you. So let adventure take over you and take you on an unforgettable journey to Spiti Valley!

Spiti Valley is one of those amazing places which have the perfect blend of cultures and traditions from Tibet and India. How exciting it would be travel to the land of snowy yet barren mountains, pristine lakes, clear starry skies, and unique culture.

Destinations to be covered during the tour

Our tour starts from Manali, crossing Rohtang Pass which divides the Kullu Valley from Lahaul and Spiti Valleys. Through Kunzum Pass, which acts as a bridge between Lahaul and Spiti Valley, we reach the largest settlement in Spiti Valley, Kaza. We will cover the places which are the essence of the Spiti Valley like Key Monastery, Kibber, Komic, Langza, Dhankar, Dhankar Lake and Chandratal Lake.

Places like this are untouched by tourism and are not very easily accessible due to the harsh weather conditions, so it is very important to understand that the communities and people have very limited resources. We will make sure that we travel responsibly and contribute to the development of the communities, and help them in the issues related to environment and livelihood. Spread awareness about ecotourism and minimize the use of carbon and plastic in the regions.

Ask for the best prices for hotels. The prices mentioned on the tour are for cabs only.

Just select the date of your traveling and compare the prices of all the types of cabs – Innova, or Innova Crysta. Ask for rates of 7+ pax booking. To book a cab, call now @ +91 9188600009



Delhi – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Kunzum Pass – Kaza – Kibber – Komic – Dhankar – Chandartaal Lake – Manali – Delhi

What to Pack?

  1. Windproof Jackets (heavy / feather if you are coming before June and after October)
  2. Pullovers / Sweatshirts, Warmers / Thermals, Woolen caps, mufflers, gloves and socks
  3. Raincoat (not necessary – but good to have one)
  4. Waterproof / snow-proof trekking shoes and an extra pair of shoes
  5. Sleeping bag (if you are trekking on your own)
  6. Sunscreen, Lip guard
  7. Personal Medicines
  8. Water bottle / A flashlight / Torch
  9. Solar chargers / Power banks
  10. Hat / Sunglasses
  11. Inhalers (if you suffer from asthma)
  12. BSNL Prepaid / Post-paid SIM Card
  13. If you are buying new shoes for your Spiti Valley Tour, please remember to use them for at least a month before you commence your holiday.

Note: The above package doesn’t include the accommodation cost. Ask for the best prices of hotel/ camp/ homestay. 

<p>Our trip starts from Delhi. Our chauffeur will pick you from your Home/ Delhi Airport/ Railway station and then towards Manali. After arrival, check-in at the hotel and enjoy the leisure time there.</p>

<p>Spend the day exploring the town or just laze around with the mesmerising views of the snowy mountains surrounding you. </p><p>Visit – Hidimba Temple, Van Vihar, Vashisht Temple, Buddist Monestry, Club House. Overnight stay at Manali.</p>

<p>We will start early today as it’s a long drive till Kaza. There will be constant change in altitude and landscapes. We will make sure that we stay hydrated and drink lots of water to avoid AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). </p><p>We will be crossing two high altitudes passes - Rohtang Pass that lies at an altitude of 13,500 feet and Kunzum Pass at an altitude of 15,100 feet. We will be staying in a homestay at Kaza. Have dinner before calling it night.</p>

<p>On this day we will drive to the highest inhabited village of Spiti Valley – Komik. You can send a postcard from the highest post office in the world at Hikkim and ascend 14,800 feet above sea-level to the highest inhabited village in all of Asia. </p><p>Take a walk in the Komik Monastery and admire its architecture. Our next stop will be Langza, known for fossils of marine life, and the giant Buddha statue! Return to Kaza and stay overnight.</p>

<p>Drive to the picturesque Ki Monastery, said to be the largest monastery in Spiti Valley. Capture the stunning vistas of Spiti River and the snow-clad mountains in the backdrop! The monastery is home to 250 monks, and we can witness the prayer and the ceremony if we arrive on time. Our final stop for the day will be Kunzum La. Explore the village around which also serves as the base camp for many known Himalayan treks. Spend the night in a comfortable homestay in Kunzum Pass.</p>

<p>We will drive towards Chandratal Lake crossing Kunzum Pass, the highest in the region. Spend the night at the lake and gaze at starry night sky which is a rare sight in a city!</p>

<p>Wake up to a beautiful sunrise over the lake and then leave for Manali. We will take a quick stop at Batal for a cup of tea at a small tea-shop run by a beautiful old couple. We will stop at Chhatru on Kaza – Manali Highway to grab a quick lunch, and then continue to drive through the famous Rohtang Pass and reach Manali by evening.</p>

<p>After breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed for Delhi. Tour ends here. </p>

Trip Inclusions

  • Parking
  • State Tax, Toll Tax, Green Tax

Trip Exclusions

  • Rohtang Pass Permission cost
  • Driver TA/DA
  • Driver's Night (Rs. 200/- Applicable after 10 PM)
  • AC in hills (Chargeable @ Rs. 1/Km for Small Car & Rs. 2/Km for SUV)
  • Hotel stay cost is not mentioned in this Trip
  • Anything which is not mentioned in Trip Inclusions
From ₹34,999.00
/ Etios / Dzire / Baleno / Glanza
From ₹44,999.00
/ Innova Crysta (6-7 Seater)
From ₹59,999.00
/ Tempo Traveller (10-12 Seater)
  • Kaza, Kunzum Pass, Chandartaal Lake, Manali
  • 7 Nights / 8 Days
  • Minimum 5 persons per group
  • SUV with Chauffeur
  • 15,100 Feet
  • Adventurous
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