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Day 01: Delhi to Shimla (7200 feet 8-10 hrs) - We start our Spiti Valley tour from the wide and urban roads of Delhi Chandigarh and drive through the lush green countryside of the state of Punjab. Shimla is most favourite and visited hill station of India. Shimla, with its colourful bazaars and cool mountain air, is situated in the lower range of the Himalayas and is nestled at 7200 feet.We reach Shimla by Evening and spend rest of the day resting and chilling around the mall road night at a comfortable hotel.
Day 02: Shimla to Sangla (8900 feets) - Today, we drive higher, into Sangla Valley, into the district of Kinnaur.The Batseri Village here is a must visit. An old-fashioned bridge built over the Baspa River leads you to Batseri and its cobble-stoned streets and the local temple of Badri Narayan. Art lovers have much to appreciate in the architecture. After this, visit the Kamru Fort – This five-storied tower type fort rests on 55 square feet of stone platform and was built by Dev Puran. The delicately intricate carvings of the wooden verandas and miniature temple are a sight to behold. We spend the night at a comfortable hotel / guest house in Sangla.
Day 03: Sangla to Chitkul – kalpa - Chitkul is the last Indian village at the frontier and has a population of roughly 700 people. The extensive Nila range where the greenish-blue Baspa River originates, corates India on one side and Tibet on the other. At a height of 3450m, Chitkul is picture-perfect The temples of the local Goddess, ‘Mathi’ are well-worth visiting as well; some of them are as old as 500 years. Post visit to chitkul we drive to Reckong Peo – the district capital of Kinnaur. From Reckong peo we head up higher on a seven kilometre winding road, to the quaint village of Kalpa – a gem of a little destination with enthrallingly majestic views of the Kinner Kailash and Jorkandan Peaks looming right above the village.While here, visit the striking Kinnauri-style temples or the colourful Samdrup Choeling Gompa. By the side of the Kinner Kailash is the 79 foot high single rock which resembles the Shivalinga, and is known for its ccolour-changing properties as the day wears on. We also visit famous Kalpa Suicide point. We spend the night at comfortable hotel in Kalpa.
Day 04: kalpa – Nako – Tabo : After a delicious breakfast, we continue driving on the Hindustan – Tibet Highway. On this stretch of the road, the colour of the landscape changes from an emerald lush green to a desolate brown as we drive on the what some call, ‘the world’s most treacherous and beautiful roads.’Your experienced driver will navigate these roads with great care and skill as you begin to embrace the jaw-dropping landscape. We pass through Puh – where we stop at the last fuel station on this stretch of the road. A refill later, we proceed to Nako – the last hamlet of Kinnaur, before we enter the gates of Spiti Valley. we cross into Spiti Valley through a traditional arch that welcomes us to Sumdoh. We continue driving into the rugged and arid terrain and takea pit stop to explore Gue.Gue is famous for a monastery that houses a 500 year naturally mummified monk. If legend is to be believed, the lama named Sangha Tenzin mummified himself to free his village from the plague of scorpions.We continue our journey and head to Tabo – also known as the ‘Ajanta of the Himalayas’. Tabo houses the 1010 year-old Tabo Monastery – which is a UNESCO world heritage site and is famous for its ancient paintings that depict the life of The Buddha, and intricate portraits of gods and demons along with life-size statues of bodhisattvas in a fusion of western Tibetan, Indian and Kashmiri styles. Overnight stay at a hotel in Tabo.
Day 05 : Tabo – Dhankar Monestry – Dhankar lake trek – Tabo : Today post breakfast drive towards Dhankar monestry, expreiance serenity enjoy the mother nature and then get ready for the most exciting trek dhankar lake trek, its beautiful lake on the top of dhankar monestry 2 hrs up and down enjoy the trek and we return back to tabo, visit tabo caves and over night at hotel in tabo.
Day 05 : Kaza - Ki Monastery – Kibber -Kaza
We begin the seventh day, with a drive to renowned Ki Monastery. The car will first stop at the base of the monastery hill for the ultimate photo opportunity of this remarkable structure amid white snow. With over 1000 years’ worth stories to tell, the Ki Monastery situated at a height of 13,668 feet was founded by a disciple of the famous Atisha, in the 11th century CE. Belonging to the Yellow Hat or Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism, this monastery is famous as a prominent center of learning as well as a refuge for Tibetans. Being remotely located atop a hill overlooking endless plains, the Ki Monastery is an obvious choice for those seeking peace and calm.
Then we will move farther up the valley to the picturesque village of Kibber. Located at a height of 4205 meters and 18 km from Kaza, this formerly highest permanently inhabited village in this region, is also a popular base camp to embark on adventure and treks to adjoining mountains of high altitude. The expanses of beautiful landscapes and immeasurable beauty of the snowy mountains make the place a haven for nature-lovers and photographers alike. From Kibber you can trek to Chicham Village, located across a sharp and precipitous canyon traversible only by a suspended wire cable basket system known as a Jula. Stay in Kaza for the night. Make the most of your homestay experience by learning about local life, festivals and traditions from your host family.
Day 06: Kaza - Komik - Hikkim - Langza - Kaza
The highest village in Asia, Komik, which literally translates to ‘eye of a snow cock’, is situated at a height of 4513 meters. This farming village has a population of 84 people, living in utter isolation, mostly cut-off from the rest of the world during this part of the year. If accessible during this tour, we will make the drive to Komik. Some of the common animals of the region are the Tibetan wolf, blue sheep, red fox, hare, snow cock, Himalayan griffin, rock pigeon etc.
Later, we drive to Hikkim where we visit the world’s highest post office in the world. If possible, you might even meet the post-master and hear his stories.
After sending out a postcard, we drive to Langza. Langza village is situated at an altitude of 4400 meters and belongs to the Sakyapa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Langza houses a population of 137 in 33 households. Once you are here, you can walk around the frosty-white village and visit the ancient Lang (Temple) which is estimated to be around 1000 years old. At Langza, walk back to the prehistoric era when Spiti was submerged by the Tethys Sea, as you explore a land very rich with fossils of Marine animals and plants which were here millions of years ago. We want you to make the most of your experience, since you are ending the day early you can chose to help out in the kitchen in your homestay and maybe learn to make local food like momos or thupka.
Day 07: Kaza - Rampur
We leave early morning today for Rampur and as it is a long journey, breakfast and lunch will be done along the way. Say your goodbyes to your wonderful hosts this morning.
Day 8: Rampur - Shimla
Leave for Shimla after breakfast. Make the most of your last day of your winter trip. Take a stroll down mall road and enjoy a great dinner in a local restaraunt.
Day 09: Shimla to Chandigarh (115 kms/7-8hrs)
Leave early in the morning to catch your evening flight from Chandigarh back to your hometown and take back memories back of a isolated civilization and trans Himalayan terrain. Trip ends here.
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General Terms & conditions:
1. Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.
2. Organizers reserve full rights to claim any additional expenses due to delay/breakdown of buses / Rail / Strike /war / Riot / Natural Calamities.
3. In case of damage whatsoever done by the participants, cost of the same will be borne by Him/Her.
4. The organizers will not be responsible for any loss or damage.
About The 3 Wheeler Ride (T3WR)
Since the last decade, travel and tourism is catching up in India. The otherwise mundane lives, gets a fresh twist on a holiday. Till few years ago, travel comprised of visiting selected destination that have been so exploited in recent times that it has lost most of its indigenous charm.Whereas many beautiful havens still remain undiscovered, these untouched beautiful places have become the new travelers delight.The 3 wheeler ride will take you many such undiscovered destinations for an adrenaline gushing Adventure travel.Therefore we follow our motto of travel different, be different!
Our Vision :
T3WR started by our founder Jigar Lalai with a simple vision of taking people to an amazing location, to show them staggering scenery and interesting towns and to introduce them to the fascinating people that live among them.It is this ethos that has seen our company grow and our clients return to us again and again. We aim to provide exceptional travel experiences because we believe that travel should be stimulating and that it should give you an authentic experience of a destination. We want our travelers to relish the amazing diversity nature has to offer through our repertoire of adventures.
Our Mission :
To ensure an authentic and unforgettable life-changing experience for everyone. We firmly believe that travelling is all about experiences and it’s in the details – the places you stay, the transport and route that gets you there and the people