Lahaul Spiti Tourism Holidays Keylong Sissu Udaipur Khoksar Tour Package8 Nights-9 DaysPackage Code: HTPC001018
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Lahaul Spiti Tourism Holidays Keylong Sissu Udaipur Khoksar Tour Package
Lahaul Spiti tourism holidays Keylong Sissu Udaipur khoksar Tour Package: Overview
Lahaul Spiti offers something completely different to all the tourists who visit here. It is another important tourist destination in Tribal Voyage of Himachal. The lush green valley on one side and the cold desert on the other side, curious mixture of Buddhism and Hinduism make Lahaul Spiti a place worth a visit. Lahaul and Spiti valley are two of the most remote valleys in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is 120 km away from Manali and has snow fed glaciers and barren mountains.
Keylong is the headquarter of Lahaul-Spiti and oasis of green fields. Lahaul has high mountains and giant glaciers. Spiti is closer to the Tibet border and is known by various other names - 'middle country', 'World within a world and 'Palace where the gods live'. On the other hand sissu is a place which is famous for its magnificent waterfall. Koksar is Perched at a height of 3140 m, it happens to be the coldest place in the Lahaul valley. Read Interesting Info about Lahaul Spiti.
Top Highlights Of The Tour
Kinnaur Valley-Nakko Village, Namgya, Nichar, Riba and other major Sightseeing.
Visit Spiti Valley
All sightseeing of Spiti valley like Kunzum kaza, Ki Monastery, Dhankar ake, Dhankar Monastery, Tabo Maonastery and Pin Valley National Park.
Khushboo Resort - Manali - TA Rant - 4.5 - Certificate of Excellence
The Nomads Cottage - Lahaul- TA Rant - 5.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Hotel Dayzor - Spiti- TA Rant - 5.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Hotel Dakyid - Keylong - TA Rant - 4.0 - Certificate of Excellence
Private vehicle for 9 days
All siteseeings by private vehicle
8 Nights Accommodation
2 nights stay at Manali
2 nights stay at Kaza
2 nights stay at Spiti
2 nights stay at Keylong
All toll taxes, parking and driver night hault
Lunch not include in this package.
Any expenses of a personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, beverages, gratuities etc..
Entrance Fees and Camera fees at monuments and other places of interest
Day 1: Delhi - Manali (580 km /14hrs)
Journey overnight in Volvo A.C. luxury coaches. on arrival at Manali, check in to a hotel. After Breakfast you will visit for local siteseeing of Manali - Hadimba Devi temple, Manu temple and Tibetan monastery.
Hadimba Temple Manali : Manali has many attractions but the main centre of interest, historically and archeologically, is undoubtedly the Hadimba Temple. This temple dedicated to goddess Hadimba or Hadimba Devi with a finely wrought four - tiered pagoda roof, dating back to 1553, is built around a natural cave, which enshrines the footprints of the goddess Hadimba. The temple has some intricate wooden carvings which depicts mythological characters and motifs of animals & cosmic dancers. Every year in May a major festival is organized here. This place is a popular picnic spot among the tourists.
Manu Temple Manali : This is dedicated to the sage Manu. Just near the Hadimba temple flows the Manalsu River, that culminates in the main Beas river. Across the Manalsu river is the original village of Manali, that houses the ancient temple of the sage Manu. Manali itself is named after Manu, who is said to have dwelt here.
Tibetan Monasteries: Manali also houses three Tibetan monasteries, that have been built recently. There are three recently built Tibetan monasteries at Manali. The Tibetans living around these Monasteries in Manali offer a vide range of Tibetan Handicrafts and Carpets to the visitors to buy. Two of these Monasteries are located in the main down-town of Manali and one Monastery in Aleo. Aleo is located on the Left Bank of River Beas in Manali.
Day 2: Manali to Lahaul - Spiti (120 km/7 hrs)
Travel to Lahaul over the Rohtang (3980m) through the valley of the Great Chandra river and over the Kunzam la (4558m) passes. This drive is along a non-metalled road and is an experience in itself. On arrival evening in Lahaul camps/hotel.
Day 3: Lahaul siteseeing
Today after breakfast you will visit for Lahaul Valley siteseeing i.e. Tandi, Gondhla and Udaipur. In the evening back to camp/ hotel. Overnight stay in Lahaul
Tandi :( 2,573 meters) is situated at the confluence of Chamba and Bhaga rivers. A legend says that there were two lovers, 'Chandra', the daughter of the Moon and 'Bhaga', the son of the Sun god. To perform their eternal marriage, they dedicated to climb to the 'Baralacha La' and from there they ran in opposite directions. Chandra being active and smart, easily found her way down the pass and reached 'Tandi'. Soon Bhaga was found coming with great struggle through the narrow gorges to Tandi, where ultimately both met and the celestial marriage was performed. Tandi's importance for the people of Lahaul is same as it is 'Haridwar' for the Hindus.
Gondhla : ( 3,160 meters) is located on the river bank of the river Chandra. House of the thakur of Gondhla, called Gondhla castle or fort, is the main attraction. According to district gazetteer, this was built in 1700 A.D. by Raja od Kullu Man Singh whose influence stretched upto the Lingti Plains beyond the Baralacha-La. But present Thakur Fateh Chand says that it was 20 generations old. This is eight story building. Raja Man Singh of Kullu had stayed there in 1720 A.D. while on his way to Trilokinath Temple. Remains of the past are lying there. Age old custumes, furniture and idols are also strewn around in a state of neglect. The 'Sharab Raldi' i.e. 'Sword of Wisdom' given to the Thakur by Dalai Lama in the past is also there in the possession of present Thakur. This sword seems to have been built in the 'Toledo' technique of Spain. In the month of July a fair is held when Lamas dance and enjoy. This fair attracts a large number of visitors.
Udaipur: (2,743 meters) In olden times this village was known as 'Markul' and so the name of the local goddess is 'Markula Devi. Her temple is unique and is very famous for its wooden carvings on its roof and ceiling. This place is therefore a starting point for Mayur valley and further to Zanskar and other peaks. This sub-divisional headquaters is 53 km. away from Keylong.
Day 4: Spiti- Kaza siteseeing
This drive is along a non-metalled road and is an experience in itself. On arrival evening in Kaza camps/hotel. kaza is the Distrct headquarter of the Spiti region and is a quaint little town with all basic amenities. Winters here are severe with temperatures plunging to 20 to 25 degrees below zero.
Kaza : ( 3,340 meters) located above Bhaga river, the sub-divisional headquarters of Spiti has been described as oasis of green fields, willow planted water courses, brown hills and snowy peaks. In the past, Keylong was home of the Moravian missionaries. There well known monasteries, Tayul, Khardong, and Shashur are within a few kilometers radius. There are two rest houses in Kaza proper. The Electricity Board rest house is at Rangrik just 4 km away. It is the best in the valley.
Day 5: Spiti- Kibber siteseeing
Today Visit the Ki monastery and Kibber village. In the afternoon, travel to Tashigong village to see the La darcha Fair grounds and the Chao Chao Kang Nilda peak.
Kibber Village : Kibber is located at a height of about 14,200 ft in a narrow valley on the summit of a limestone rock. It is only 16 kms from Kaza and a bus service plies between these two places in summer. Kibber is a rather pleasant village with plenty of cultivation. The moment you get down from the bus you are greeted by lush green fields which look strikingly refreshing against the arid backdrop of lofty hills. There are only 80 houses in the village.
Day 6: Lahaul - Keylong (126 km 6hrs)
Travel to Keylong the headquarters of Lahaul, en route passing several picturesque villages like Khoksar and Sissu (which houses the temple of Lord Geypan, the powerful presiding deity of Lahaul valley). On arrival, set up camp near Keylong/hotel. In the afternoon, hike up to either the ancient Guru Gantal monastery or Khardong village and monastery.
Keylong ( district headquarter ) : ( 3,340 meters) located above Bhaga river, the district headquarters of Lahaul-Spiti has been described as oasis of green fields, willow planted water courses, brown hills and snowy peaks. In the past, Keylong was home of the Moravian missionaries. There well known monasteries, Tayul, Khardong, and Shashur are within a few kilometers radius.
Sissu: At an altitude of 3170 m, this place is famous because of a magnificent waterfall. Its fame is also because it happens to be the seat of God Geypan, a deity respected in the entire Lahaul valley.
Koksar: Perched at a height of 3140 m, it happens to be the coldest place in the Lahaul valley.
Day 7: Keylong - Udaipur (50 km/4hrs)
After breakfast visit for Udaipur is located in the Pattan valley, a beautiful side valley in Lahaul. In the afternoon, explore the Udaipur village and visit the Mrikula Devi / Triloknath temple. Over night in keylong.
Day 8: Keylong - Manali (115 km/7hrs)
Early in the morning Drive to Manali. Over the Rohtang Pass (3980m). This mighty pass marks the dramatic transition from the lush green verdant scenery of the Kullu valley to the forbidding stark vistas of the Himalayan rain shadow areas of Lahaul and Spiti. On arrival, check in to the hotel.
Day 9: Manali - Delhi (580kms/14hrs)
A Day of leisure for you to relax, shop and spend the day in the town. Evening Leave for Delhi By Volvo AC. Luxury coach. Tour ends. but sweet memories always remain
Other Major Attractions
Nichar: 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: 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: 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.
Spiti Valley: Click here to read more about Kinnaur Valley
Dhankar Monastery: 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.
Dhankar lake: 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.
Pin valley National Park: 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.