Spiti Valley is not a region where you can just land, having no clue about the place, especially when you are talking about an trip to such a remote place in Himalayas. Your habit of unplanned trips to Himalayas could lead you to in a serious trouble if you are really interested to take on the challenge of making a trip to Spiti Valley.
|DEPARTURE TIME||Early Morning|
|Booking Date||On Request|
Day 1 : Chandigarh to Sangla
Day 2 : Sangla to Kalpa
Day 3 : Kalpa to Tabo
Day 4 : Tabo to Mudh
Day 5 : Mudh to Kaza
Day 6 : Kaza to Langza
Day 7 : Langza Ki monastery – Kibber
Day 8 : Kibber to Chandratal
Day 9 : Chandratal to Manali
Day 10 : Manali to Chandigarh
Inclusions and Safety Instructions are as follow:-
- We will carry oxygen cylinders, medical kit and all other ancillary equipment. Still the word of the organizing team will be final in case of emergencies and disasters.
- Our Team Leader, Food Van and helper will accompany throughout the trip.
For your individual vehicles, participants only will be responsible for breakdowns and maintenance.
- We will be not be responsible for accidents and casualties in case of self driven vehicles.
SUV (Innova or similiar) 4×4 Car Bolero Campers.
Boarding & Lodging
Housekeeping and Kitchen Van
Breakfast & Dinner.
Medical Kit (First Aid Only)
Bonfire and Bar-B-Que
DO’s & DON’Ts
Ø Do not DRINK & DRIVE.
Ø Do not stay out after it gets too dark, the wildlife may surprise you.
Ø Himalayas are an eco-sensitive zone. You can contribute by keeping carbon footprints as low as possible.
Ø Do not use and discard polythene/plastics/ other such hazardous material.
Ø Always insist on SAFETY BEFORE SPEED.
Ø If your driver is driving dangerously, refuse to travel with him.
Ø Report to us immediately.
Ø Do keep portable fresh drinking water with you all the time. If having water from outside, take only mineral water bottles and ensure that the seal is not broken. Even in restaurants, take bottled mineral water only and not the water served there.
Ø The change of water may cause an upset stomach.
Ø Do carry canned juice.
Ø In order to avoid dehydration drink fluids.
Ø Make it a habit to wear a cap or a scarf and apply sun screen while roaming in the sun and cover your head and ears to protect from the cold breeze.
Ø Always maintain a first aid kit with all the necessary medicines, adhesive bandages, thermometer, water purification tablets, antibiotics, antiseptic creams, petroleum jellies like Vaseline etc.
GO SMART OR GO HOME
BE POSITIVE, CONFIDENT, LEAVE YOUR “PAST” AT HOME.
ANTISEPTIC ALCOHOL-BASED HAND WASH (ESSENTIAL).
SUN BLOCK (ESSENTIAL): A HIGH FACTOR IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
SLEEPING BAG (ESSENTIAL): MATTRESS WILL BE PROVIDED EVERY NIGHT, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN SLEEPING BAG FOR NIGHTS IN THE REMOTE LOCATIONS.
LIGHT WEIGHT YET WARM CLOTHING IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY AS WE WILL BE TRAVELLING INTO SUB-ZERO TEMPERATURES.
A LIGHTWEIGHT 2-3 SEASON BAG IS RECOMMENDED.
WASH BAG, SCARF / BANDANNA, CAPS (TO PROTECT NECK, EARS AND HEAD), FLEECE / PULLOVER, TOWEL, SNOW BOOTS, CASUAL TROUSERS AND
AND FINALLY EAR PLUGS – TO PROTECT AGAINST SNORING ROOM MATES!