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Kinnaur And Spiti Tour Package
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10-Days Spiti Bike Tour from Delhi to Manali
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10-Days Spiti Bike Tour from Delhi to Manali

Bike trip to the Spiti valley from Himachal allows you to have an unforgettable experience. Standing tall at an elevation of 12,500 ft Spiti valley provides you with an extremely cold yet mesmerizing experience of the Himalayas. <br><br>Throughout the journey, you will get to pass through roads that are dreamt by many and only tenacious people dare to ride here. Also, the trip remains incomplete without mixing with the locals and exploring the culture. Additionally, being away from the hustle and bustle of urban life, the air of Spiti Valley lets us breathe. <br><br>Trips take place from May to October as it is the best time to visit the Spiti Valley on Bike and the weather in Spiti Valley remains pleasant during these months. But, one can say that June and July are the best months to visit the Spiti valley if we narrow down even further. The reason being the temperature of Spiti Valley which ranges between 15-20 degrees Celsius.
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Simranjit wrote a review Feb 2021
India3 contributions
Chitkul is one of the my favorite place. This place is truly heaven on the Earth and have a great experience on that place. I advised to other, must visit!!
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Date of experience: November 2020
Disha P wrote a review Feb 2021
3 contributions1 helpful vote
We went to Kalpa, Sangla and Chitkul in last week of Jan 2021. Kalpa offers gorgeous views of the Kinnaur range and since it is on a height, the views are very astonishing and different. Chitkul is the last village on Indo-Tibet border side and offers great valley views. We also visited Shimla (local sights), kufri, chail, Kali ka tibba, chail palace, etc. on our way back to Chandigarh. We had taken a cue from tripadvisor reviews for finding a suitable cab and found Sonu/Dharamveer ji. He is a great driver cum travel guide with local and historic knowledge of these areas. His vehicle is also well maintained, clean and comfortable. He is very affable and mature and himself takes initiative to show new places and tells all about these places. You can contact him on: +91-9816378229
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Date of experience: January 2021
Chander P wrote a review Nov 2020
Neemrana, India79 contributions33 helpful votes
Visited the village in November 2020 was completely frozen, only could see some troops and some cars around. Everything else was frozen. But a nice experience. Don't expect much of buzz around since it is a remote location and mostly frozen.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Sonu Negi wrote a review Jun 2020
Kalpa, India20 contributions
My favourite part of Chitkul travel experience is Ranikanda Meadows hike, Lamkhaga pass trek and crossing Chitkul bridge and strolling along the Baspa river.
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Date of experience: March 2020
JoyashreeSC wrote a review May 2020
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Chitkul was wonderful experience..we started from sangle in the morning.i enjoyed the entire journey.It is the last village from Indian side of Indo Tibet border in Kinnaur valley..We took our jeep in the river side,was looking at the peaks which leads to the other country..To see Chitkul, I again realise that Himalayas are full of surprises and there will be a mystery always every time you visit.
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Date of experience: June 2019