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Spiti Valley Winter Tour is one of the things that could be seen on the top of every traveler’s bucket list. During the past two decades, Spiti has risen from a land separating Tibet and Himachal Pradesh to a major tourist attraction.

Spiti Valley is famous for majorly three things which are its natural beauty, the Monastries, and wonderful people and their culture residing in nearby villages. 

The Chorten at Tabo monastery in Spiti valley is the famous big white and golden structure you get to see in every Spiti valley youtube video. There are numerous other places that make the Spiti Valley a perfect place for someone to get a few good shots either professionally or just for casually updating their Instagram.

Apart from Spiti being famous as a travel destination, it has another identity too and also, has a historical background which is known to quite a few out there.

From being attacked by neighboring kingdoms to getting invaded by Ghulam Khan and Rahim Khan’s army from Jammu and Kashmir and finally getting into the hands of East India Company in 1846, Spiti has seen a lot.

The best time to visit Spiti valley during winters is from March to May starting, as the roads are open and most of the places are accessible.But you may have seen adrenaline junkies wandering through Spiti all round the year. During this period of time, the weather in Spiti is favorable for travelers and one can have a full-fledged experience of Spiti Valley.

The highest point for Spiti Valley lies at 12,500 feet above the sea level but most tourists prefer to take a ropeway from Kibber to Chichum in order to enjoy the view from the top.

Buddist influence is quite evident in the valley and a traveler may come across, tons of Mani stones, Buddhist relics and much more.

There are several ways of traveling through the Spiti Valley and the popular ones include a bike trip, a road trip to Spiti by your own vehicle and even hitchhiking if you’re that type of traveler.

There are two ways to reach Spiti Valley and they are either via Manali or Shimla route regardless of where you’re coming from.

But the route from Shimla is preferred by most even though it is the longer one, due to many factors such as it has a better nature’s view along the road. Most travelers also prefer to visit Delhi first and then go out to reach Spiti Valley from Delhi.

On a side note, there are several facts about Spiti Winter which are quite amusing such as despite being in the no-connection zone and cut off from the hustle-bustle of the world, Spiti still maintains a literacy rate of 76.80% which is commendable.

The reasons you need to check out the Spiti Valley Tour or Spiti Valley in Winter 2020 are far more than many but if you still got doubts then let us clear them up while you are on a trip to Spiti Valley with JustWravel.

Highlights of the Spiti Winter Tour

  • Snow Laden Landscape and Negative Temperatures.
  • Be a part of a local family during your visit and experience and understand the living in winters of Cold dessert Spiti valley.
  • One can find the Soul of a Place at Spiti valley in winter as it won’t be crowded.

Short Itinerary

Day 1 : Overnight Travel from Delhi to Shimla

Day 2 : Shimla Arrival and travel to Chitkul / Sangla . Day at Leisure

Day 3 : Chitkul to Kalpa

Day 4 : Kalpa to Nako

Day 5 : Nako to Kaza via Tabo , Gue and Dhankar

Day 6 : Kaza –Kee- Komic – Hikkim – Langza – Kaza

Day 7 : Kaza to Kalpa

Day 8 : Kalpa to Shimla

Day 9 : Reach Delhi by 8 am

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