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14 Days Lahaul Spiti Jeep Safari tour

Starts from INR 93.00

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What to Expect

The Jeep Safari begins from Chandigarh to one of the remotest regions of Himachal Pradesh including the scintillating Spiti Valley & Kinnaur.It involves visiting remote valleys, villages and crossing over high mountain passes providing spectacular views of snow capped peaks, rugged terrain and old monasteries. We will also get a chance to visit one of the World's highest permanent villages, Kibber in Spiti Valley. A drive for some more time will bring us to Dhankar and to Tabo, the panoramic views of the places are breath taking. We will drive from here to Kalpa via Nako.From here; our journey will take us to Sangla. Couple of villages can be seen while going through Sarhan, Shimla and Kalka, which will be our last destination. The journey of exploring the beauty and tranquillity of Kinnaur & Spiti valleys, the tour ends in Shimla which was once the capital of India during the British era.

Detailed Itinerary


  • Round-trip transfers to and from your hotel
  • English Speak Guide through out
  • Transport by air conditioned car in flat land, NON air-conditioned in mountains
  • Daily breakfast and Dinner
  • Accommodation in hotels / lodges / tented camps
  • All taxes


  • personal expenses
  • Meals other than mentioned
  • Tips and gratuities
  • travel or medical insurance
  • Visa fee
  • Expenses due to unforseen circumstances

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