Enchanting Lahaul & Spiti Tour



Wade away from the hustle and bustle of city life with an adventurous yet peaceful experience by visiting Lahaul-Spiti in Himachal Pradesh. Drive through one of the most remote areas in India, amidst the lowest population density and the world’s largest inhabited villages, coupled with colossal views of the Himalayas and surreal landscapes on our 6 nights and 7 days Enchanting Lahaul & Spiti Tour.

Manali (1), Chandratal (1), Kaza (3), Manali (1)
Arrival (Chandigarh), Departure (Chandigarh)



Chandigarh – Manali

Arrive at Chandigarh airport, meet the Holxo Holidays representative and travel to Manali (300 kms, 8-9 hrs), a hill station situated at the northern end of the Kullu valley.

Reach Manali by the evening and enjoy a wonderful dinner at the hotel. Spend some time soaking in the magical air of Manali and stay overnight at the hotel.


Manali – Chandratal

After breakfast, leave early in the morning and drive to Chandratal (146 kms, 7-8 hrs). Arrive at Chandratal (4,300 metres) and spend your afternoon at the camp and witness the awe-inspiring beauty of the crescent shaped lake. Enjoy the view of the mighty Himalayan mountains on one side and the lake on the other side.

After this, get ready to enjoy the bonfire amidst the mountains. Later, enjoy your dinner and then have an overnight stay at camp.


Chandratal – Key Monastery & Kibber village – Kaza

After breakfast, drive towards the famous Key Monastery, the largest monastery in the entire Spiti Valley, and which has seen destruction over the centuries and now looks like a fort, with temples built on top of each other. After that, drive towards Kibber village, which is one of the highest villages in the world (4,200 metres). Enjoy the majestic views of the Himalayas and barren landscapes.

After exploring the monastery and Kee village, head towards Kaza. After reaching Kaza, enjoy dinner and an overnight sleep.


Kaza – Dhankar Monastery – Tabo

After breakfast, visit the historic side of Kaza. Start with Tabo Village, a small village with an over 1000 year old monastery. Also visit, Dhankar Monastery, a 16th century fort monastery perched atop a cliff at an elevation of over 3,800 meters. Learn about the Buddhist culture and spend some time at peace. Then visit, Pin Valley Mud Village, one of the remotest villages of Pin Valley and the starting point of the Pin-Parvati trek. After exploring the area, we head back to Kaza.

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.


Kaza – Langza – Hikkim – Komik – Kaza

After breakfast, visit Langza Village known for its Buddha statue, an ancient monastery and mud houses. For adventure seekers, there are numerous trails to high altitude lakes and other activities like mountaineering. Then, proceed to the tiny tranquil hamlet of Hikkim, with the highest post office in the world (4,440 metres). Komik Village is your next stop, famous for the highest motorable Buddhist monastery in the world, Lundup Tsemo Gompa Buddhist Monastery.

After a day of traveling and exploring these places, head back to Kaza and enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.


Kaza – Manali

Rise up early and enjoy breakfast, post which you will head back to Manali (250 kms, 9 hrs) via Rohtang pass, one of the highest Himalayan passes. Witness the beauty of the mountainous and snowy roads.

In the evening, arrive in Manali and check in at the hotel.

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.


Manali – Chandigarh Drop

After an early breakfast, transfer by road to the Chandigarh airport (8-9 hrs).


What is included

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis
  • Breakfast & dinner at the hotel
  • Pick up and drop to / from Chandigarh
  • All tours and sightseeing as mentioned
  • GST


What is excluded

  • Any monument entry fees / camera fees
  • Any guide charges
  • Any air / train fare


It is advised to travel here between the months of June-September. A notable point here is that the entire region (except Manali), does not experience the monsoons as it is situated in the rain shadow region. The winter months are of course a big no-no, and owing to weather conditions, snowing and the biting cold, the Passes are off-limits.