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Spiti short tour

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Traveling to Spiti is a very exciting journey. It is so secluded behind the highest peaks of the Great Himalayan range that it takes 3 to 4 days to reach Spiti overland if you begin your journey from Delhi, the capital.
You don’t have much choice for your approach as there are only two roads reaching the heart of Spiti. The main road Spiti goes through Shimla and then Reckong Peo, the headquarters of the Kinnaur district. The other one goes through Manali, on the way to Ladakh and then turn East towards Spiti. Both the roads meet at Kaza, the bigger yet small town of Spiti.

All our tours to Spiti start from Shimla and end at Manali. Hence you make the entire loop that takes you not only through Spiti, but also through Kinnaur and Lahaul, as you can see on the map below.
Most probably, you will be traveling during the monsoon that start around mid-June to mid-September. At this time of the year the motorable high passes are open and allows you to do the entire loop. It is also the most pleasant time in terms of average temperature.

The proposed tour in this page is a two week itinerary from Delhi to Manali, you just add one more day to be back at Delhi.
The tour offers a complete experience of Spiti with a visit of most of the places of interest and varied activities, including hiking, village life, camping, and spending time in Buddhist monasteries.

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