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Amritsar to Kinnaur, Sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour


Amritsar to Kinnaur, Sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour: Overview

Amritsar is the land of Saints, an important Sikh pilgrimage place. Amritsar is the proud owner of the Golden Temple that serves as a spiritual center for the World’s entire Sikh population. It is the epicenter of Sikhism, an Indian religion of a recent vintage. Amritsar is a major commercial and cultural centre in the heart of Punjab. The city is the spiritual and cultural centre of the Sikh religion and is home to the Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple. Kinnaur is also known as the ‘Land of fairytales. Kinnaur is divided into three administrative areas, Pooh, Kalpa, and Nichar. Kinnaur is a vey beautiful hill destination. You can Enjoy to have Great natural scenes, rivers, valleys, high mountains, lakes and green pastures creates a mesmerizing scenes. Sangla Valley is one of the most beautiful valleys of Himalayan region, Magnificent and unique panoramic views can be seen only here, due to the tough condition of roads and terrain this valley is not easily accessible. The name "Spiti" means "The Middle Land", i.e. the land between Tibet and India. The Spiti Valley is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.


Top Highlights Of The Tour

•         Kinnaur Valley-Nakko Village, Namgya, Nichar, Riba and other major Sightseeing
•         Sangla-A Beautiful valley with Chitkul Sangla, Kumaru Fort, Baspa River.
•         Visit Spiti Valley
•         All sightseeing of Spiti valley like Kunzum kaza, Ki Monastery, Dhankar ake, Dhankar Monastery, Tabo Maonastery and Pin Valley National Park.


Amritsar to Kinnaur, sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour - Rates & Dates


Package Inclusion:

•         Daily Breakfast & Dinner
•         7 Nights Accomodation in well furnished rooms
•         Private Taxi (Indigo/ Dzire) from Amritsar for 8 days
•         Pickup and Drop from Amritsar
•         2 Night Accomodation in sangla with all sightseeing
•         2 Night Accomodation in Spiti Valley With all sightseeing
•         1 Night Accomodation in Shimla
•         1 Night Accomodation in Kinnaur
•         1 Night Accomodation in Manali
•         All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault
•         All Taxes


Package Exclusion:

•         Lunch not include in this package.
•         Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc..
•         Travel insurance.
•         Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest.


Pathankot to Kinnaur, sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour: Hotels


3 - Star Hotels

Manali – Hotel Khushboo Resort-TA Rank - 2.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Spiti– Hotel Spiti valley-TA Rank - 2.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Kinnaur- Hotel Kinner villa-TA Rank - 3. - Certificate of Excellence
Sangla- Hotel Kailash Mount-TA Rank - 3. - Certificate of Excellence
Shimla- Hotel C K International-TA Rank - 3. - Certificate of Excellence

 

Amritsar to Kinnaur, sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour - Itinerary

Start the tour from Amritsar and proceed to Manali. It is around 400km and take 9-10 hours to complete journey. In between your journey have lunch and some rest at Nangal, proceed to Manali. After arrival check into hotel and overnight stay at Manali.

Day 01: Food

Lunch:  In between your Journey have lunch at Hotel The Chief (Nangal, Punjab 140124)

Dinner: Served At Hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Spiti. It is around 196 km and 4-5 Hours. After arrival check into hotel for freshup and visit some Sightseeing of Spiti valley like Kunzum Pass, Ki Monastery and after that came back to hotel and Overnight stay at hotel.

Kunzum Pass: Its a high mountain pass situated on the eastern Kunzum Range. The pass connects the Kullu and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley .It can be reached from Kaza . From here, a trek of 9km is also there for the visitors to the Moon Lake of the Chandratal . The valley top offers a picturesque landscape with stunning view of the Chandra Bhaga ranges that surrounds it on the north sides with snow clapped peaks. The pass connects the Kullu and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley .It can be reached from Kaza.

Ki-Monestry: The one of the most famous place of Kaza is Ki- Monestry. Ki Monestry is the largest monestry in Spiti Valley. It also houses large number of Buddhist monks and nuns and a cafeteria. Key monastery has a collection of ancient murals and books of high aesthetic value and it enshrines Buddha images and idols, in the position of Dhyana.

Day 02: Food

Lunch: In Between Your journey you may have lunch at Hotel Snow Lion(Sakya Abode, Near Old Busstand, VPO Kaza, Lahaul and Spiti, Kaza, Himachal Pradesh 172114)
 
Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After breakfast visit some other sightseeing of spiti valley like Chandratal Lake, Tabo Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Dhankar Lake and Pin Valley National Park. In Between your visit have lunch and some rest at Hotel Snow Line. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Chandratal Lake: Chandratal, literally translating into Moon Lake, gets its name from its crescent shape. Located at a distance of 7-8 km from Kunzum Pass, the lake is a major attraction for photographers and adventure seekers. The view of the crystal blue lake in the middle of a grassland, encircled by mountains and valleys is mesmerizing.

Tabo Monastery: A monastery that is next only to the Tholing Gompa in Tibet and is considered a historic treasure of India-that's Tabo Monastery. The monastery, established in 996 AD, The Year of the Fire Ape by the Tibetan Calendar, by great teacher and translator Lotsawa Rinchen Tsang Po, is today more than thousand years old. It was developed as an advanced centre for learning and till date it has managed to preserve the Buddhist legacy with the same steadfastness.

Day 03: Food

Lunch: In Between Your journey you may have lunch at Hotel Snow Lion(Sakya Abode, Near Old Busstand, VPO Kaza, Lahaul and Spiti, Kaza, Himachal Pradesh 172114)
 
Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Kinnaur. It is around 161 km and take 4 Hours. In Between your journey have lunch at Hotel Little Chef. After that vsit some sightseeing of Kinnaur like Nako Village, Namgya, Ribba, Lippa  and Nichar. After that chek into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Nako Village: The one of the famous place in Kinnaur is Nako village. Ice and snow melt and escalate down the Nako lake and the miracle of nature is surely praised as one sits beside it while Yaks, Kines, Horses and asses frolics around the vicinity. Besides this Nako also is a holy spot because of the existence of Buddhist temples of great significance and a rock which is believed to have imprints of saint Padmasambhava.

Namgya: The another major attraction of Kinnaur is Namgya. Namgya is decorated with fields of barley, turnips, buckwheat, apricots, vines forming lush greenness with a dash of gold and the babbling of the Satluj river stream feels like a sanctified chant.
 
Day 04: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Little Chef Resturant(Rreckong PEO, &Spillo nh22 Kinnaur, Reckong Peo,)

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from and proceed to Sangla. It is around 70 km and take 3 hours to complete journey. After arrival visit some sightseeing of Sangla valley like Chitkul Sangla, Baspa river, Kumaru Fort. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Chitkul Sangla: The one of the famous place to visit in Sangla. This village lies on the right bank of River Baspa. The most popular attraction of this village is the temple of local goddess ‘Chitkul Maathi’ also known as ‘Mata Devi’. People of the entire Kinnaur District come to worship at this temple. Chitkul also experiences heavy snowfall during winters, due to which it also becomes completely un-inhabited.

Day 05: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Café 42( Sangla) Included pure Veg Food.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

Next morning after breakfast  visit other major attractionsof sangla like Bering Nag Temple, Buddhist Monastery, Sangla Meadow. The Rest of the day is for your leisure. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Bering Nag Temple: The another famous and religious temple in sangla is Bering Nag temple. This temple is dedicated to God Jagas. Its most popular feature is the Fulaich Fair, held here every year between the months of August and September.

Buddhist Monastery: This monastery lies near the Reckong Peo in Brelengi due to which it is also known as Brelengi Gompa. This monastery displays modern Buddhist edifice. It was constructed by the Mahabodhi Society in 1992 for facilitating the Dalai Lama to perform the Kalachakra ceremony. Near to this monastery is a 10 m statue of standing Buddha, visible from a considerable distance.

Day 06: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Café 42( Sangla) Included pure Veg Food.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to shimla. It is around 240 km and take 7-8 hours to complete journey. The Journey is too long so we will break journey at Rampur. Have lunch and some rest there, proceed to Shimla. After arrival Check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 07: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Hotel Rattan Regency(NH22, Himachal Pradesh 172022)

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Amritsar. It is around 335 km and take 7-8 hours to complete Journey. The Journey is too long so we will break Journey at Baddi, proceed to Amritsar. Our representative will drop you At Amritsar/Railway Station.

Day 08: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Hotel The Ascent(MDR7, Baddi, Himachal Pradesh 174103)

Breakfast: Served At Hotel

Other Major Attractions

This Monastery is situated on a cliff between Kaza and Tabo. An amazing view of the Spiti river can be seen from here. This Monastery has a statue of 'Vairocharan' displaying four statues of Buddha seated in the 4 directions, along with ancient paintings, murals and texts. A true insight into Buddhist religion and culture can be procured by a visit to this Monastery.

At a distance of 5 km from the Dhankar monastery that sits dangerously on a cliff, lies the Dhankar lake on the other side of the mountain. It takes about an hour to reach the lake after following a well marked trail from the monastery. If you spend enough time at the lake, you can see the sky change colors and reflect on the crystal-like lake.

The another Famous place in Spiti valley is Pin valley National Park. Pin Valley National Park is home for more than 20 species of animals and birds, including the endangered Snow leopard. Pin River flows through the base of the valley. The park is also popular with trekkers who come to see the natural beauty and the wildlife of the park.

People come here to embrace mother nature because of its rich green and thick forest and the softness in its weather conditions but be cautious as you proceed to the higher and colder region which is a natural habitat of black and red bears.

 Ribba also known as 'rirang' gets its name by adding ri, which means chilgoza, which is one of the greatest specialty of Kinnaur and rang, which means mountain peak. The area is famous for its grape orchards and grape distilled alcohols and the innumerable trees with edible pines.

Lippa having Taiti stream flowing by and the green grass which is considered nourishing for cattle and horses, is a favorite spot of Buddhists because of the three temples of Galdang Chhoikar, Dunguir and Kangyur and an old monastery dedicated to local deity Tangtashu.

The Baspa River is a fast flowing river that passes though the hills of Sangla. The surroundings of Baspa River provide an opportunity to view timely rainbows and brown trout. It is also an angler’s paradise for being home to a vast variety of fishes. Crossing this river is also quite an attraction amongst the visitors as this process involves ride in a basket along the way. Its surrounding areas also stand appropriate for campers and trekkers.

The Kamru Fort is situated at an altitude of 2600 m above the sea level . It is located in the picturesque location of the Sangla Valley and is entered through a series of gates. At the main gate of this fort is a large image of Lord Buddha that welcomes you. There is also a wooden balcony at the top of this fort along with an idol of Kamakhya Devi installed in its third floor.This idol of Kamakhya Devi is said to have been brought from Guwahati. There is also a Badrinath Temple situated within the premises of this Kamru Fort. There is also a popular fair held in the place to honour the main deity of the temple. During this fair, the idol of the temple is taken to Gangotri, which is the origin of River Ganges.

This monastery lies near the Reckong Peo in Brelengi due to which it is also known as Brelengi Gompa. This monastery displays modern Buddhist edifice. It was constructed by the Mahabodhi Society in 1992 for facilitating the Dalai Lama to perform the Kalachakra ceremony. Near to this monastery is a 10 m statue of standing Buddha, visible from a considerable distance.

The Sangla Meadows also known as Sangla Kanda is another natural sightseeing attraction in Sangla. This place is completely covered in greenery and surrounded by snow capped mountain ranges of the Himalayas. This place will also provide a view of the local huts of Himachal along with the customs and lifestyle of its local people.



Package Inclusion:

•         Daily Breakfast & Dinner
•         7 Nights Accomodation in well furnished rooms
•         Private Taxi (Indigo/ Dzire) from Amritsar for 8 days
•         Pickup and Drop from Amritsar
•         2 Night Accomodation in sangla with all sightseeing
•         2 Night Accomodation in Spiti Valley With all sightseeing
•         1 Night Accomodation in Shimla
•         1 Night Accomodation in Kinnaur
•         1 Night Accomodation in Manali
•         All Toll taxes, Parking, Driver night hault
•         All Taxes


Package Exclusion:

•         Lunch not include in this package.
•         Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc..
•         Travel insurance.
•         Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest.


Pathankot to Kinnaur, sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour: Hotels


3 - Star Hotels

Manali – Hotel Khushboo Resort-TA Rank - 2.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Spiti– Hotel Spiti valley-TA Rank - 2.5 - Certificate of Excellence
Kinnaur- Hotel Kinner villa-TA Rank - 3. - Certificate of Excellence
Sangla- Hotel Kailash Mount-TA Rank - 3. - Certificate of Excellence
Shimla- Hotel C K International-TA Rank - 3. - Certificate of Excellence

 

Amritsar to Kinnaur, sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour - Itinerary

Start the tour from Amritsar and proceed to Manali. It is around 400km and take 9-10 hours to complete journey. In between your journey have lunch and some rest at Nangal, proceed to Manali. After arrival check into hotel and overnight stay at Manali.

Day 01: Food

Lunch:  In between your Journey have lunch at Hotel The Chief (Nangal, Punjab 140124)

Dinner: Served At Hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Spiti. It is around 196 km and 4-5 Hours. After arrival check into hotel for freshup and visit some Sightseeing of Spiti valley like Kunzum Pass, Ki Monastery and after that came back to hotel and Overnight stay at hotel.

Kunzum Pass: Its a high mountain pass situated on the eastern Kunzum Range. The pass connects the Kullu and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley .It can be reached from Kaza . From here, a trek of 9km is also there for the visitors to the Moon Lake of the Chandratal . The valley top offers a picturesque landscape with stunning view of the Chandra Bhaga ranges that surrounds it on the north sides with snow clapped peaks. The pass connects the Kullu and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley .It can be reached from Kaza.

Ki-Monestry: The one of the most famous place of Kaza is Ki- Monestry. Ki Monestry is the largest monestry in Spiti Valley. It also houses large number of Buddhist monks and nuns and a cafeteria. Key monastery has a collection of ancient murals and books of high aesthetic value and it enshrines Buddha images and idols, in the position of Dhyana.

Day 02: Food

Lunch: In Between Your journey you may have lunch at Hotel Snow Lion(Sakya Abode, Near Old Busstand, VPO Kaza, Lahaul and Spiti, Kaza, Himachal Pradesh 172114)
 
Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

 

After breakfast visit some other sightseeing of spiti valley like Chandratal Lake, Tabo Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Dhankar Lake and Pin Valley National Park. In Between your visit have lunch and some rest at Hotel Snow Line. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Chandratal Lake: Chandratal, literally translating into Moon Lake, gets its name from its crescent shape. Located at a distance of 7-8 km from Kunzum Pass, the lake is a major attraction for photographers and adventure seekers. The view of the crystal blue lake in the middle of a grassland, encircled by mountains and valleys is mesmerizing.

Tabo Monastery: A monastery that is next only to the Tholing Gompa in Tibet and is considered a historic treasure of India-that's Tabo Monastery. The monastery, established in 996 AD, The Year of the Fire Ape by the Tibetan Calendar, by great teacher and translator Lotsawa Rinchen Tsang Po, is today more than thousand years old. It was developed as an advanced centre for learning and till date it has managed to preserve the Buddhist legacy with the same steadfastness.

Day 03: Food

Lunch: In Between Your journey you may have lunch at Hotel Snow Lion(Sakya Abode, Near Old Busstand, VPO Kaza, Lahaul and Spiti, Kaza, Himachal Pradesh 172114)
 
Breakfast & Dinner: Served at Hotel

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Kinnaur. It is around 161 km and take 4 Hours. In Between your journey have lunch at Hotel Little Chef. After that vsit some sightseeing of Kinnaur like Nako Village, Namgya, Ribba, Lippa  and Nichar. After that chek into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Nako Village: The one of the famous place in Kinnaur is Nako village. Ice and snow melt and escalate down the Nako lake and the miracle of nature is surely praised as one sits beside it while Yaks, Kines, Horses and asses frolics around the vicinity. Besides this Nako also is a holy spot because of the existence of Buddhist temples of great significance and a rock which is believed to have imprints of saint Padmasambhava.

Namgya: The another major attraction of Kinnaur is Namgya. Namgya is decorated with fields of barley, turnips, buckwheat, apricots, vines forming lush greenness with a dash of gold and the babbling of the Satluj river stream feels like a sanctified chant.
 
Day 04: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Little Chef Resturant(Rreckong PEO, &Spillo nh22 Kinnaur, Reckong Peo,)

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from and proceed to Sangla. It is around 70 km and take 3 hours to complete journey. After arrival visit some sightseeing of Sangla valley like Chitkul Sangla, Baspa river, Kumaru Fort. After that check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Chitkul Sangla: The one of the famous place to visit in Sangla. This village lies on the right bank of River Baspa. The most popular attraction of this village is the temple of local goddess ‘Chitkul Maathi’ also known as ‘Mata Devi’. People of the entire Kinnaur District come to worship at this temple. Chitkul also experiences heavy snowfall during winters, due to which it also becomes completely un-inhabited.

Day 05: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Café 42( Sangla) Included pure Veg Food.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

Next morning after breakfast  visit other major attractionsof sangla like Bering Nag Temple, Buddhist Monastery, Sangla Meadow. The Rest of the day is for your leisure. After that came back to hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Bering Nag Temple: The another famous and religious temple in sangla is Bering Nag temple. This temple is dedicated to God Jagas. Its most popular feature is the Fulaich Fair, held here every year between the months of August and September.

Buddhist Monastery: This monastery lies near the Reckong Peo in Brelengi due to which it is also known as Brelengi Gompa. This monastery displays modern Buddhist edifice. It was constructed by the Mahabodhi Society in 1992 for facilitating the Dalai Lama to perform the Kalachakra ceremony. Near to this monastery is a 10 m statue of standing Buddha, visible from a considerable distance.

Day 06: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Café 42( Sangla) Included pure Veg Food.

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to shimla. It is around 240 km and take 7-8 hours to complete journey. The Journey is too long so we will break journey at Rampur. Have lunch and some rest there, proceed to Shimla. After arrival Check into hotel and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 07: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Hotel Rattan Regency(NH22, Himachal Pradesh 172022)

Breakfast & Dinner: Served At Hotel

 

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Amritsar. It is around 335 km and take 7-8 hours to complete Journey. The Journey is too long so we will break Journey at Baddi, proceed to Amritsar. Our representative will drop you At Amritsar/Railway Station.

Day 08: Food

Lunch: In between your journey have lunch at Hotel The Ascent(MDR7, Baddi, Himachal Pradesh 174103)

Breakfast: Served At Hotel

Other Major Attractions

This Monastery is situated on a cliff between Kaza and Tabo. An amazing view of the Spiti river can be seen from here. This Monastery has a statue of 'Vairocharan' displaying four statues of Buddha seated in the 4 directions, along with ancient paintings, murals and texts. A true insight into Buddhist religion and culture can be procured by a visit to this Monastery.

At a distance of 5 km from the Dhankar monastery that sits dangerously on a cliff, lies the Dhankar lake on the other side of the mountain. It takes about an hour to reach the lake after following a well marked trail from the monastery. If you spend enough time at the lake, you can see the sky change colors and reflect on the crystal-like lake.

The another Famous place in Spiti valley is Pin valley National Park. Pin Valley National Park is home for more than 20 species of animals and birds, including the endangered Snow leopard. Pin River flows through the base of the valley. The park is also popular with trekkers who come to see the natural beauty and the wildlife of the park.

People come here to embrace mother nature because of its rich green and thick forest and the softness in its weather conditions but be cautious as you proceed to the higher and colder region which is a natural habitat of black and red bears.

 Ribba also known as 'rirang' gets its name by adding ri, which means chilgoza, which is one of the greatest specialty of Kinnaur and rang, which means mountain peak. The area is famous for its grape orchards and grape distilled alcohols and the innumerable trees with edible pines.

Lippa having Taiti stream flowing by and the green grass which is considered nourishing for cattle and horses, is a favorite spot of Buddhists because of the three temples of Galdang Chhoikar, Dunguir and Kangyur and an old monastery dedicated to local deity Tangtashu.

The Baspa River is a fast flowing river that passes though the hills of Sangla. The surroundings of Baspa River provide an opportunity to view timely rainbows and brown trout. It is also an angler’s paradise for being home to a vast variety of fishes. Crossing this river is also quite an attraction amongst the visitors as this process involves ride in a basket along the way. Its surrounding areas also stand appropriate for campers and trekkers.

The Kamru Fort is situated at an altitude of 2600 m above the sea level . It is located in the picturesque location of the Sangla Valley and is entered through a series of gates. At the main gate of this fort is a large image of Lord Buddha that welcomes you. There is also a wooden balcony at the top of this fort along with an idol of Kamakhya Devi installed in its third floor.This idol of Kamakhya Devi is said to have been brought from Guwahati. There is also a Badrinath Temple situated within the premises of this Kamru Fort. There is also a popular fair held in the place to honour the main deity of the temple. During this fair, the idol of the temple is taken to Gangotri, which is the origin of River Ganges.

This monastery lies near the Reckong Peo in Brelengi due to which it is also known as Brelengi Gompa. This monastery displays modern Buddhist edifice. It was constructed by the Mahabodhi Society in 1992 for facilitating the Dalai Lama to perform the Kalachakra ceremony. Near to this monastery is a 10 m statue of standing Buddha, visible from a considerable distance.

The Sangla Meadows also known as Sangla Kanda is another natural sightseeing attraction in Sangla. This place is completely covered in greenery and surrounded by snow capped mountain ranges of the Himalayas. This place will also provide a view of the local huts of Himachal along with the customs and lifestyle of its local people.

Amritsar to Kinnaur, sangla Valley and Spiti valley tour - Rates & Dates

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