Manali Spiti Zanskar Srinagar Tour
What is included ?
1. Meal Plan MAP. (15 Breakfast, 15 Dinner)
2. Accommodation in Hotels, Lodges, American Safari Tents on Double Sharing Basis.
3. Backup Vehicle/Luggage Van with Mechanic.
4. Tour Guide along the trip.
5. Bike Rental (Himalayan/Classic 500)
6. Fuel for the Bikes.
7. Bonfire at the locations mentioned.
8. First Aid Kit with oxygen Cylinder.
-Booking process: 50% of the package amount to be paid at the time of booking and rest before the commencement of the tour.
-You need to transfer the amount directly into bank account via Debit/Credit Card or through Net banking. Cash will not be entertained.
|1st day Manali arrival and rest and small ride and stay in Manali
Our representative will greet you and drop you at the Hotel. Freshen Up and take a quick nap as we will be starting the proceedings post lunch.
– A small briefing session in the Afternoon.
|2nd day Manali to Jibhi
Jibhi is a charming village located in the Banjar Valley of Himachal Pradesh, a northern state in India. Situated at an altitude of approximately 6,000 feet (1,800 meters) above sea level, Jibhi is nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of the Himalayas, surrounded by lush green forests, snow-capped peaks, and glistening rivers.
|3rd Jibhi to Rakcham village
Rakcham is a small picturesque village located at an altitude of 2,900 metres1. It is situated in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh and is approximately 23 km from Chitkul
|4th day Rakcham to Nako
Nako is a scenic village in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It lies near the Indo-China border and is home to the ancient Nako Monastery and the beautiful Nako Lake. Nako is a place where you can experience the rich culture and traditions of the Buddhist community, as well as enjoy the stunning views of the Himalayan peaks and valleys. Nako is a hidden gem that offers a peaceful and serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
|5th day Nako to Kaza
Kaza is a town in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is the administrative headquarters of the Spiti subdivision and the largest settlement in the valley. Kaza is situated at an elevation of 3,650 metres (11,980 ft) above sea level and is surrounded by high mountains, glaciers and rivers. Kaza is a popular destination for adventure seekers and nature lovers who want to explore the remote and rugged landscape of Spiti.
|6th day Kaza local sightseeing
Kaza is a town in the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is the headquarters of the Spiti Valley and a popular destination for tourists who want to explore the natural and cultural wonders of this region. Some of the best places to visit in Kaza are:- Key Monastery: This is the largest and oldest monastery in Spiti, dating back to the 11th century.
– Komic Village: This is one of the highest inhabited villages in the world, situated at a height of 4275 m.
– Dhankar Lake: This is a serene lake located about 5 km from the Dhankar Monastery, which is another ancient and impressive monastery in Spiti.
– Shopping in Kaza: Kaza has a local market where you can buy souvenirs, handicrafts, woolen products, dried fruits, spices and more. You can also find some cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy local cuisine and beverages.
|7th day Kaza to Sissu by Kunzam pass
Sissu is a small village in the Lahaul Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated on the banks of the Chandra River, about 6 km from the north end of the Atal Tunnel. Sissu is known for its scenic beauty, cultural heritage and adventure activities. Sissu has a man-made lake, a waterfall, a temple and a helipad. Sissu is also a gateway to Ladakh, Spiti and other Himalayan destinations . Sissu is a popular tourist spot for nature lovers, trekkers and campers .
|8th day Sissu to Purne
To drive from Sissu to Purne, you need to cross the Atal Tunnel and follow the road towards Keylong and Darcha. From Darcha, you will take a diversion to Zanskar Sumdo and then ascend to Shinku La Pass, which is one of the highest motorable passes in India. After crossing Shinku La, you will descend to Lakhang and then drive along the Tsarap River till you reach Purne. The total distance is about 210 km and it will take you around 10 hours to complete the journey. The road conditions are very rough and challenging, so you need to be well prepared and experienced for this drive.
|9th day Purne to Padum
Purne to Padum is a scenic route that takes you through the beautiful Zanskar Valley in Ladakh. It is part of the new road that connects Manali to Leh via Shinkula Pass. The distance from Purne to Padum is about 30 km and it can be covered by car in 1.5 hours. Along the way, you will pass by some charming villages like Cha, Ichar and Muney. You will also get a glimpse of the Phugtal Monastery, a stunning structure built on a cliff. Padum is the administrative center of Zanskar and a base for many treks and expeditions in the region.
|10th day Padum local sightseeing
Padum is a town in the Zanskar valley of Ladakh, India. It is the administrative centre of the Zanskar tehsil and the main base for treks in the region. Padum is named after Padmasambhava, the founder of Tibetan Buddhism, who is said to have visited the area. Padum has several attractions for tourists, such as the **Bardan Monastery**, the **Karsha Monastery**, the **Dalai Lama Photang** and the **Phugtal Monastery**. Padum can be reached by road from Kargil, which is about 230 km away. The road passes through scenic landscapes and crosses the **Pensi La Pass**, which offers a stunning view of the **Drang Drung Glacier**. Padum is a place of cultural and natural beauty that is worth exploring.
|11th day Padum to Kargil
The drive from Padum to Kargil is a scenic and adventurous journey that takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Ladakh. You will pass by ancient monasteries, rugged mountains, green valleys, and crystal-clear rivers. The road is challenging and requires a skilled driver and a sturdy vehicle. The distance is about 230 km and it can take up to 10 hours to complete. The drive is best done in the summer months when the weather is pleasant and the road is open.
|12th day Kargil to Srinagar
Driving from Kargil to Srinagar is a scenic and adventurous journey that takes about 6 to 7 hours by road. The route passes through the Zoji La Pass, which offers stunning views of the snow-capped mountains and valleys. Along the way, one can also visit some historical and religious sites, such as the Gurdwara Pathar Sahib and the Kargil War Memorial. The drivers who undertake this trip are skilled and experienced in navigating the challenging terrain and weather conditions. They provide a comfortable and safe ride for the travelers who want to explore the beauty and culture of Ladakh and Kashmir.
|13th day Srinagar to Dharamshala
Driving from Srinagar to Dharamshala is a scenic and adventurous journey that covers about 395 kilometers of distance. The route passes through the Himalayan foothills, valleys, rivers, and forests, offering stunning views and diverse landscapes. The drive can take anywhere from 7 to 10 hours depending on the traffic, road conditions, and stops along the way . Some of the popular attractions and cities to stop at include Jammu, Pathankot, Dachigam National Park, Sonamarg, and Yousmarg.
|14th day Dharamshala to Manali. Dropped
The drive from Dharamshala to Manali is a scenic and adventurous journey. The road passes through lush green valleys, snow-capped mountains, and charming villages. The distance is about 240 km and it takes around 7 hours to reach Manali. The drive offers many attractions along the way, such as the Palampur tea gardens, the Baijnath temple, the Bir-Billing paragliding site, and the Jogini waterfall. The drive is best enjoyed in the summer months when the weather is pleasant and the views are clear.
1. Cancellation 30 days prior to the trip- 100% return.
2. Cancellation 15 days prior to the trip- 50% return.
3. Cancellation less than 15 days prior to the trip- No Refund.
4. Cancellation policy in case of inclement weather:-
In case of rough weather, we have the full discretion, whether to go ahead with the trip/expedition or not. In case of cancellation due to rough weather, we will provide you with an alternate trip. The dates and the cost of trip may vary. In such cases following will apply:-
a. Cost of alternate trip > Cost of booked trip: Customer has to pay extra difference in cost
b. Cost of alternate trip< Cost of booked trip: Customer will be paid back the extra difference in cost.
c. In case we are unable to find a replacement for the trip, customer will get the full refund.
1. Diamox (Acetazolamide) – Used as a prophylactic for acute mountain sickness and as an aid for acclimatization.
2. Crocin Pain relief – Relief from pain/ache and fever.
3. Brufen (400mg) – Relief from mild to severe body pain.
4. Entroquinol – Relief from loose motion (Mild).
5. Streptsils Lozenges – Chewable tablets for sore throat.
6. Relispray – Ayurvedic spray for aches and sprains.
P.S-Take necessary instructions from your family doctor before taking any of the above mentioned tablets.
Phone service and Connectivity:
1. Only postpaid connections work here.
2. Only Airtel or B.S.N.L provide services.
3. Other service provider in roaming agreement with the above two also provide service there.
4. You can check with your service provider and get the documentation done.
5. You can use telephone booths all along or use telephone booths.
6. Obviously we will be there during all emergency situations.
1. Please consult a physician for the use of Diamox as it is a sulpha Drug and allergic people may face problem by the use of this medicine.
2. Day One is kept for Acclimatization purpose, Please make sure you don’t physically exert yourself.
3. People having asthma and other cardiac problems, please consult a doctor regarding the effects of AMS and Carry your medicines separately.
We plan our trips with all R&D and make every effort to make your trip memorable and adventurous. We have to take unpredictability of weather and rough topography into consideration as well. Trip cost may vary if the days are extended due to unforeseen circumstances as we have to make alternate arrangements.