10-Day Spiti Valley Jeep Trip

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At a Glance

At a Glance

You will get to visit Hatu Peak, Roghi village and watch the Kinnaur Culture Dance event. Head to Nalo Village, Nalo Village, and Giu Monastery on the second day. Make a prayer at Tabo Monastery, visit Tabo caves and Dhankar Monastery. Pass through villages around Pin Valley, catch the Spiti Traditional Dance festival and visit Demul Village, Komic Monestry, Hikkim Kye Monastery, and Chicham Bridge. Lastly, pass through Kunzum Pass and visit Chandrataal before making your way home.


10 days 9 nights
Join-in trip
Up to 8 persons


Culture & Sightseeing
Mountain / Volcano Hikes
Explore Villages

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You’ve got time and an overland trip that covers all the must-see places in Spiti Valley is your dream! You'll be amazed by all the scenic views you’ll see here!

What's included

What's included

  • Return Transfer from Chandigarh
  • Meals: Morning Tea, breakfast and dinner
  • Cultural Festivals
  • Trekking gears and guide
  • Flight or travel expenses to reach Chandigarh and/Or Back
  • VISA expenses if any
  • Travel or Medical Insurance.
  • Any medical emergency or rescue cost.
  • Photography equipment of any kind.
  • Hotel
  • Transport
  • Other costs added to the trip due to road blockage, Snowfall, Political unrest or landslide
  • Any tips and gratuities to staff.
  • Extra meals (e.g. Lunch), visits and activities not indicated.
  • Items of personal nature, including alcoholic beverages, laundry, and telephone calls.
  • Anything else not mentioned in the inclusions.
  • Entry fee to the monastery or any other activities.
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Where You'll Meet

Where You'll Meet

  • Anywhere in Chandigarh 04:00am

What You'll Do

What You'll Do

This is a sample itinerary and may be weather-dependent.
Day 1: Dehli - Shimla - Narkanda

Enjoy the breathtaking views along the way and get the opportunity to do some sightseeing at Shimla during lunch!

  • 04:00am - Pick-up at Anywhere in Chandigarh
  • Lunch at Shimla
  • Dinner at Negi Dhabha, Narkanda
Day 2: Narkanda - Sangla (Kinnuar Valley)

The quaint little town called Sangla will win you over, thanks to its immense charm and personality. You’ll fall in love with the light-heartedness of Sangla Valley and that soul of adventure it within itself. Naturally rich, thought-provokingly deep, Sangla Valley lies perched on slopes near the carries banks of Baspa River. One house atop the next, Sangla offers the quintessential Himachali experience.

  • Lunch at Rampur / Jeori
Day 3: Sangla - Chitkul -Sangla - Kapla

Today you will get the opportunity to visit Kamru fort at Chitkul, this tower like fort was built thousands of years ago and is inhabited by hundreds of thousands of gods and goddesses. After which, there will also be a photo taking opportunity at the thrilling suicide point at Roghi

  • Kamru Fort
  • Sunrise and sunset at Kapla
  • Photo taking opportunity at suicide point, Roghi
Day 4: Kapla - Nako - Nako Lake - Giu - Tabo
Kapla - Nako - Nako Lake - Giu - Tabo

Today as you continue your journey and feast your eyes on the views of the Khab Confluence, Leo Purgyal views and the Nako Lake, the most interesting part of the trip would be to view the 500 year old mummy at Giu Viillage

  • 04:00am - Pick-up at Anywhere in Chandigarh
  • Khab Confluence and Leo Purgyal views
  • Lunch and visit Nako Lake
  • Visit 500-year-old mummy at Giu Village
Day 5: Tabo - Dhanker -Dhanker Lake - Pin Valley (Mud Village)

Today you would get to visit an array of cultural sites, from Tabo Monastery, meditation caves, Dhanker Monastery and Dhanker lake. To top it off you would get to enjoy the picturesque views of Pin valley

  • Visit: Tabo Monastery, Meditation caves, Dhanker Monastery, Dhanker lake, Pin Valley
Day 6: Pin Valley - Kaza - Ki - Kibber -Gette -Tashigang - Kaza

Enjoy the views

  • Lunch at Kaza
  • Visit Ki Monastery and Village
  • Drive to Gette
  • Tashigang Village
Day 7: Kaza - Langza - Komik - Hikkim - Kaza

Enjoy today's views

  • Langza: Chau Chau Kang Nelda & Maitrey Statue
  • Komik: Tanggyud Monastary
  • Hikkim: World's Highest Post Office
Day 8: Kaza - Kunzum Pass - Chandratal

Enjoy the beautiful drive from Kaza to Kunzum pass

  • Drive from Kaza to Kunzum pass
  • Evening walk around Chandratal lake
  • Meals at losar dhabha
Day 9: Battal / Chandratal - Kuzum Pass - Rohtang Pass- Manali

Today you could opt to do some morning reflections in Chandratal before you embark on a crazy drive to Gramphu and end off the day with the start of a new day, by having breakfast at Battal Chandra.

  • Start from Chandratal
  • Drive to Gramphu
  • Breakfast at Battal Chandra.
Day 10: Manali - Delhi

Today is the last day of this incredible journey! Congrats!

  • Sightseeing at Manali
  • Meal points at Sundernagar, Karnal
  • 04:00am - Drop-off at Anywhere in Chandigarh

Meet your guide

Meet your guide

Devil on Wheels

A passionate Himalayan traveler that started a blog about adventure drives in the different valleys and formed good connections with local drivers and guides in the pursuit of helping them develop financially. After reaching out to him we (Seek Sophie) decided to work together and customize jeep tours that Dheeraj will be managing.
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Devil on Wheels Policies

Devil on Wheels Policies

Covid Cancellation Policy (for bookings after 1 Sept 2020)
If you can't travel because of Covid restrictions, you can choose to get a full refund, Seek Sophie credits (no expiry, 110% of trip value) or reschedule your trip at no additional cost. Your choice, no questions asked.
Usual Cancellation Policy (for Non-Covid reasons)
As Devil on Wheels would be holding the slot for you and turning down other potential customers, you won’t be able to cancel after you book.

Helpful Questions from Other Travellers

What should I pack?
A couple of candles
At least 2 pairs of thermal.
At least one light jacket
At least two Copies of PhotoIDs for all members
Backpack or Carry bag
Bag locks (2 or more)
Clothes as per the schedule
Cold Cream
DC to AC Inverter. It is an extremely useful item often neglected. It helps you keep the batteries of your phone charged, camera batteries charged and even laptop or iPhone or iPad charged too. I own a Targus 200W Power Inverter with USB Fast Charging Port and it has proven its worth in day to day life as well not just trips to the Himalayas.
Extra spectacles with cover
First Aid
Gaiters for snow or water. Quechua gaiters are very nice and can be bought at the link: Fleece Thermal Waterproof Snow Gaiters
Hand Sanitizer (Dettol, Lifebuoy) – Recommended
Hard Wooden Stick (Also handy in snow for the grip). You can also check a trekking pole at the link: 4-Step Adjustable Anti-Shock Telescopic Hiking Walking Stick with Handle
Hats / Caps
Hats / Caps
Heavy Woolen Clothing including woolen socks (Severe Cold / Snow). I have been using my fleece zipper Quechua Forclaz 50 for the last 5-6 years and much pleased by them always because they act as a really warm base layer below any jacket or windcheater.
Itinerary Printout (at least 2)
Lip Guard
Match Boxes or Flint or Cigarette Lighter
Mobile Charger
Mountains Must-Haves
Multi-Plug – Recommended for remote areas
Novels or two
Pen and a small Diary
Pens, pencils, colors, crayons, chocolates, toffees for distribution among local children
Plastic Bags / Plastic Zip Lock Bags
Power bank – Extremely useful in case short on electricity, which will be the case most of the time
Rain / Snow Protection Gear like Rain Coat / Rain Suit
Small Scissor
Small water bottle, say 500 ml
Spectacles cover
Sunglasses – Recommended
Swiss Knife. I have a Victorinox Huntsman Red Swiss Army Knife which I have been using since 6-7 years. It has helped in many situations in the mountains and still works as new. One of the best products I have bought in life.
Torchlight or Flashlight
Travel Guide / Map Print Out (at least 2)
Trekking Shoes
Twist-ties, safety pins. You can find twisties at the link: Twist Tie 20m (Pack of 2)
Water Bottles (Snow trek needs more water than we think)
Woolen Hand Gloves (Severe Cold / Snow)
Pre-Requisites for The Trip
Physically fit with no existing major medical issues
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