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Situated in the nest made by the Himalayan mountains, here in Spiti you have a small heaven in the form of Chandra Taal lake (Moon lake). Spread over a lavish 4 km area and located at an altitude of 4300 meters, you have a great site for camping, trekking or simply wearing off your stress in nature’s abundance. The camping is usually done a few km away from the lake due to it being ecologically sensitive. All the tourist who are keen on spending a night or more here, are welcome to avail of our range of facilities like tents for rent, use of campsite, parking, meals, bottled water, and assistance with regards to trekking and transport.

Itinerary

A vehicle will pick you up from Manali town early morning and take you to Chandra Taal lake. Along the way, you will cross Rohtang Pass (3978 m) which is the entry point for Lahaul Spiti valley. From there, you will pass landmarks and small settlements like Chota Darra, Chatru, and Batal. Just after Batal, you will start to climb Kunzum La pass (4590 m) and move to Chandrataal lake campsite, about 1-hour drive from there. You also have the option to hike to the campsite if you so wish. But be aware that, the walk can be a bit tough if you’re not used to the altitude. Once at the campsite, you will be welcomed with hot chai (tea) and snacks and given some time to relax and rest. You can leave your luggage at the campsite and visit Chandrataal Lake before sunset and/or next morning. You are free to relax in your tent or walk around in the area for some hikes or whatever you wish. You can also visit the temporary shelters of nomadic shepherds who pass through this area with their flocks of goat, sheep, mules, and guard dogs.  You’ll start driving back to Manali after breakfast. Meals included are dinner and breakfast at the campsite along with unlimited tea.

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