Day1 Chandigarh – Narkanda
Get to Chandigarh Airport or Chandigarh Railway Station by noon. When you get to the meeting place, our manager will be there to greet you. From there, you will go to Narkanda, known for its many fruit trees. You can do whatever you want this evening.
Day2 Narkanda – Chitkul (190 kms / 6-7 hrs)
You will check out of the hotel after breakfast and head to Chitkul. Stop along the way in the town of Sarahan to see the Bhimkali Temple. Today will be a long trip day, so make plans accordingly. You can spend the night in a hotel, hostel, or another place in Chitkul.
Day3 Chitkul – Kalpa (70 kms / 3-4 hrs)
Chitkul is the last place where people live on the border between India and China. It's a beautiful, small town in a quiet location with lots of green, leafy plants. If you love nature, this gorgeous treat will make you happy. You could get up early and go for a walk in the woods today. After a relaxing breakfast, you will leave the hotel around 11 a.m. and head to Kalpa.
On the way, you can stop at the Karcham Dam, Kamru Fort, and Kamru Temple, which are all shrines to Kamakhya Devi. Your next stop will be RecongPeo, the regional capital of Kinnaur. Even though it's a small town, there are hospitals, tech stores, essential stores, and gas stops there. Get to Kalpa quickly before it gets too dark. After you've checked in, you can do whatever you want for the rest of the day.
Day4 Kalpa – Tabo (149 km / 5 hrs)
After breakfast, you will head in the direction of Tabo. Take a break at Nako Lake to see the beautiful scenery around you. A lot of people visit the Kinnaur area of Himachal Pradesh, which is where Nako Lake is. Follow up on it by going to Mummy Gue Village, which is just a short distance from the border between India and China. Carbon dating shows that a Lama's mummy is from thousands of years ago. The mummy may be in Gue. After an earthquake in northern India, the old tomb of a monk whose body had been preserved was found.
The locals think that the monk cuts the mummy's toenails and hairs (yes, they grow) once a year at this temple. The Tabo temple has been around for more than a thousand years and is in Tabo. After that, you should go to Tabo. Its structure is mud and wood, and its walls are painted. Out of all the temples in Japan, the Tabo Monastery stands out as both the most famous and the most beautiful. This abbey's new, massive, and very modern form is next to the older, smaller one. Set up your hotel room or homestay so you can sleep there for the night.
Day5 Tabo – Kaza (47 km / 1 hr)
After breakfast, you'll head toward Kaza, stopping at the well-known Dhankar Monastery. A figure of Vairochana, also called Dhayan Buddha, is one of the essential things in the temple. After a while of driving, you will reach Pin Valley. This is a magnificent valley where the Pin River flows before it reaches Spiti. Roads are pretty rare. You will have to keep going until you get to the last town in the Mud. After seeing the Kungri temple, return to the main road leading to Kaza.
Day6 Kaza (47 km / 1 hr)
After breakfast, take a day trip to Kaza's most essential sights. The first thing you need to do is get from Langza, known for its fossils, to Hikkim, which has the highest post office in the world. When you reach Komic hamlet, the highest town in the world at 4600 meters and is linked by a road, you can bring a few postcards to your friends and family as a gift. After lunch, you will go to Key Monastery. It has been there for over a thousand years, is 13,668 feet above sea level, and has some of the most beautiful views in the valley.You can do whatever you want this evening.
Day7 Kaza – Chandratal (51 kms)
Go to Chandratal Lake, also called the Lake of the Moon, after you've eaten. You will go through Losar, which most people agree is the coldest town in all of Spiti. Because it is close to the border between India and China, many people think it is the last mountain range that people from India must cross to get to China.
You will be able to see the Kunzum pass after you pass through Losar. The beautiful Chandratal Lake is 9 kilometers away, and many walkers like to go there. From the pass, the nearby countryside and snow-capped hills are some of the most beautiful sights in the area. The people there think Goddess Kunjum, who keeps destructive forces away from the path, sits in a temple there. As a sign of respect, all visitors and their cars must stop here on their way around the goddess temple, which is called parikrama.
The next thing to do is to head toward Chandratal Lake. Crescent Shape Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in the area, so outdoor lovers like to go there. This lake is known for its clear night sky and amazing views of the Milky Way.
Day8 Chandratal – Manali (305 kms / 9 hrs)
You should start your trip to Manali after a quick breakfast. As you drive from Chandra Tal to Manali, you will almost certainly find yourself stopping your breath at some point during the day. This is because it is the most difficult, roughest, and most beautiful road. After you check into your hotel or house in Manali, you can do whatever you want for the rest of the day.
Day9 Manali – Chandigarh (307 km / 8-9 hrs)
After breakfast, please leave your room at the airport or train station in Chandigarh.