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Spiti Half Circuit Manali To Manali Tour


Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days

Destination Covered : Lahaul & Spiti, Tabo, Kaza

Tour Activities : Mountaineering

Tour Themes : Hill Stations & Valleys

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Lahaul & Spiti, Tabo and Kaza Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Meal: Dinner Only

On arrival at Manali volvo station our driver pick you from and staright drive to Manali hotel. Overnight stay in Manali hotel.
Day 2
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

After breakfast checkout from hotel & head towards Spiti Valley. You will, cross the famous Rohtang Pass on your way to Spiti Valley. Enjoy the mesmerizing view of the valley during the transit. Reach Kaza in the evening and check-in to hotel in Kaza. Kaza is the one of the largest town in Spiti Valley. It is one of the most preferred stay locations on a Spiti valley tour. Overnight stay in Kaza.
Day 3
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

After breakfast proceed for the sightseeing of Ki, Kibber, Hikkim, Komic & Langza.

Kye Monastery was established by a Buddha’s Disciple named Drompton in the 11th century and is one of the main training centres for lamas in this region. Situated at an altitude of 4115 metres and is also known as the ‘Little Tibet’. The Monastery specializes in certain specific subjects like sadhana, Buddha hood, Cosmology and Physiology and is the most frequented religious destinations for the Buddhists in the state along with the Tabo Monastery. The monastery is around 12 km north of Kaza in
the Spiti valley above Kye village and you can also hike it easily.
Numerous invasions, natural calamities and patch-work as reconstruction has given it a box-like structures giving it a look of a fort with temples built on top of one another. There are low rooms and narrow corridors, not so well lit passages, difficult staircases and small doors lead to prayer rooms which themselves do not conform to a single design. There are three floors, the first one is mainly underground and used for storage. One room, called the Tangyur is richly painted with murals. The ground floor has the beautifully decorated Assembly Hall and cells for many monks.
Kye Monastery has Thangkas (a painted or embroidered Tibetan banner), valuable manuscripts of high aesthetic value, images, unique wind instruments and on the top of all this a collection of weapons which were probably made use of to defend the monastery from the attackers. The wind instruments are still put to use in summers during Chaam. Around the month of June and July, the Kye Monastery celebrates a festival wherein Chaam dances are followed by a procession that reaches the ritual ground below the monastery. Here, a large butter sculpture of a demon is set on fire.
Locals here also run an old age home for people looking for salvation in their old age.
Komic also known as the Tnagyud Monastery has the honor of being one of the world’s highest motorable monastery at 4587 mts overlooking the Komic village and mountain peaks. As per the sacred ‘Gum Maro’ (Red Box) kept in the monastery, it was foretold in Tibet that a monastery would be built
in Spiti in the backdrop of a mountain with the shape of a snow lion on the left and a beheaded eagle on the right hand side with 4 springs in the vicinity. The area in between these mountains was to be in the shape of the eye of a snow cock, which was foretold as the exact location where the Monastery would be built. On the basis of this, the area was to be named Komic (‘Ko’– Snow Cock, ‘Mic’– Eye). The monastery is known as the KomicLundupTsemo Gompa and dates to the early 14th century built like a fortified castle with massive slanted mud walls and battlements with vertical red ochre and white vertical stripes. In Komic, there are only about a dozen houses with the total population being between 50-60 people.
Other than this, there are the Lamas staying at the monastery throughout the year. The most interesting part is to imagine people living at such an altitude where mobile phones don’t work, the climate is harsh, there is no source of basic amenities and the village is completely cut- off from the rest of the world during the winters due to snow from November to March. The winter characterizes harsh winds and heavy snow where temperatures fall to -30 degrees Celcius.
Later visit LangzaVillage,, it is situated at an altitude of 4200 meters, is one of the most picturesque villages of Spiti located on the highland meadows with snow capped mountain ranges forming the backdrop. The village is adorned by a beautiful image of Buddha and an ancient temple more aptly called ‘Lang’ said to be the Abode of the Deities of the region and over 1000 years old. The beautiful peak of Chau Chau Kang Nilda makes the view of this village even more beautiful.
Langza is also well known for its rich fossil reserves. Millions of years ago, Spiti lay submerged under the Tethys sea. Fossils of sea life can easily be found scattered close to the village. Regular fossil excursions are organized for a unique insight into the history of the Himalayas.

Hikkim also just happens to be the highest polling station& highest post office in the world as well. If the season is right, gorge on freshly picked peas from the farms, run behind a Yak or sit endlessly watching the locals herd their cattle. Stroll up to the Komik Monastery, whose claim to fame is the being the highest monastery in the world with a motorable road.
Day 4
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

This morning after breakfast we will start our journey towards Dhankar monestry after this drive to drive to Mud, en-route visit Dhankar monastery
Dhankar Monastery, Dhankar Village and Monastery situated at an elevation of 3,894 metres (12,774 feet) is at the perfect setting for any monument in this world. The monastery complex is built on a high spur overlooking the confluence of the Spiti and Pin Rivers – one of the world’s most spectacular settings for a gompa. The monastery was built approximately one thousand years ago and now belongs to the Gelugspa School of order since the 1450s. Prior to this, Dhankar Monastery is also known to have been Nyingma-pa, Sakya-pa and Kagyu-pa, depending upon the religious allegiance of the King’s family. One of the major attractions of Dhankar Monastery is statue of Vairochana (Dhayan Buddha), consisting of 4 figures seated back to back. It also houses a collection of various centuries old thankas.Dhankar was the traditional capital of the Spiti Valley Kingdom during the 17th century and has some features dating back to the 12th century. Dhang or dang means cliff, and kar or khar means fort. Hence, Dhankar means fort on a cliff. It was the place of the early ruler of Spiti, the Nonos, who has the right to promote the government lands nearby and were necessary to keep the fort in repair. They also gave justice to the people and were famous for their harsh penalties until the British replaced them.In recent years, due to the deterioration of the building, some sections of the gompa have been abandoned and a new gompa has been built further down. Meanwhile, the fort of Dhankar, destroyed by an earthquake in 1975, now lies in ruins, but is still a place worthy of a visit. From the remnants of the fort one can see vast expanses of the Spiti valley. Dhankar is also of art historical importance. Dhankar Monastery is recognized by the World Monuments Fund as one of the Hundred Most Endangered Sites in the world.
Overnight Stay at Tabo
Day 5
Meals:- Breakfast & Dinner

Chandra taal is a beautiful lake in the heart of Peer Panjal mountain range at an altitude of about 4,300 metres in the Himalayas. This lake looks especially beautiful on a full moon night which is why it is called The Moon Lake; “Chandra” (meaning Moon) and “Taal” (meaning lake). During the day, the lake appears blue in color, and a greenish tinge appears towards the evening. The lake is situated on a plateau (Samudra Tapu) overlooking the Chandra River which originates from a glacier near Bara-lacha-la. Chandra Taal is a popular destination for trekkers and campers. The lake is accessible on foot only for a few months in a year, from May to September.

Overnight at Camp losar/Chandertal. (Breakfast & Dinner)
Day 6
Meals:- Breakfast & Dinner

After breakfast checkout from hotel & our driver will give you final drop at Manali Volvo Station.

More Details about Lahaul & Spiti, Tabo and Kaza Tour

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Hotel Details

04 Adults in 02 Rooms
Transportation: 6 seater

Manali 01 Hotel Dogra/Elena Astha Regency/Prince/Raj Palace Hotel Alpas/ Hotel Zephyr/Aplin Retreat / Rishi Palace/Domia Paradise Cottage/
Kaza 02 NimaHome Stay/Sonam Guest House/ Zangchuk/Old Monk Sakya Abode/
Tabo 01 Nlma Regency/Sonam Home Stay/Kesang home stay Kunzum Inn / Sonam Home Stay/Tigar Dan/ Kunzum Super Deluxe/HOTEL MAITREYA REGENCY TABO/
Chandrtaal 01 Camp Stay Camp Stay Camp Stay
Per Person COST INR- 22,500/- INR- 23,500/- On Demand


  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing
  • 05 Nights’ accommodation as per slab.
  • 05 breakfasts and 05 dinners in the Hotel.(veg Food)
  • Transport services by Innova Cab/Similar as per itinerary.
  • All Sightseeing by individual vehicle.
  • Assistance on arrival.
  • Volvo tickets from Delhi to Manali
  • Check In & Check Out Time 12:00 Noon.
  • All green Taxes applicable in Himachal, driver batta, toll tax / parking.


  • Camera fee. Fuel for bike.
  • Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Any Airfare / Train fare.
  • Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, and vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
  • Tips, laundry & phone call.
  • 5%GST
  • Entrance fees to monuments and museum.
  • All personal expenses.

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  • As a 1st token to hold your package, you need to deposit 30% of the total package cost in company’s current account (Please do mail the screenshot of the mode of advance payment).
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  • Balance payment of 50 % of your arrival in company account. (Please do mail the screenshot of the mode of advance payment).
  • If any balance amount remains, that will be paid by the guest at our office in Shimla or to our representative at Manali,
  • In the case of an NEFT/RTGS/ Online Transfer no transfer charge will be levied.
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  • Royals India Travel have the right to cancel your tour due to insufficient Advance Amount
  • i.e. 50% of the total tour Package Cost after sending you the confirmation voucher.


  • Package can be altered/change as per the customer’s requirement/ interest if possible (subject to availability) Changes in the planned package will be charged directly from the guest.
  • We may reschedule the sightseeing days subject to weather conditions & to ensure smooth execution of tours.
  • We shall not be responsible for any cancellation of cabs or buses due to bad weather & are not liable for it.
  • Extra nights in hotel due to ill health, flight cancellation or any other reason will be chargeable. The service of vehicle is not included on leisure days & after finishing the sightseeing tour as per the itinerary.
  • The AC will not work in Hill stations.
  • The confirmation is subject to availability.
  • Verbal Commitments are not applicable.


  • Hotels are subject to availability at the time of reservation.
  • In every package, base category rooms will be reserved in hotels unless until specified by executives.
  • On the day of arrival early morning check in to the hotel will be subject to availability.
  • Meal timings must be followed as per instructed by the hoteliers. Packages booked with meal plans will have Fixed Menu (Buffet or Room Service).
  • Standard check in time will be 1200 Noon.
  • If the base category room will be not available then supplement cost will be applicable for upper category rooms.
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  • Cancellation & other policies as per the hotel/company rule.
  • No cancellation & any refund will be made at any cost in case of bad weather or land slide for any destination and which is beyond the control of the agent/hotel.
  • Above policy may vary during peak season and any changes will be communicated prior to confirmation.
  • No refund will be ade for any unused accommodation, missed meals, transportation segments, sightseeing tours or any other service due to Bad weather, ill health, Strike, Road Blocks or any other factor are neither beyond our Control. Such unused item refundable nor exchangeable.
  • Children below 5 years are complimentary in parent’s room without extra bed. (Milk/Food for infant or children below 5 years is chargeable and direct payment in hotel)

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  • 30% cancellation of the package cost after confirmation/issuing the hotel voucher.
  • 20% cancellation of the package cost before 30 days of travelling date.
  • 50% cancellation of the package cost before 15 days of travelling date.
  • 100% cancellations before 10 days of the travel date.
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  • Postponing & pre-poning your tour second time will attract 20 % of the total tour package cost.
  • Advance amount is non-refundable if the customer cancels his/her booking because of reasons like: Illness, personal problems death, accident or No Shows.
  • Also Note that all cancellations must be interacted in written.
  • The company has complete authority to change the package costing due to hike in tariff & taxes of hotels, transportation or any other service that has been provided.
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