Mountaineerz Leisure and Adventure Private Limited

Duration : 6 Nights / 7 Days

Destination Covered : Manali, Lahaul & Spiti, Kaza

Price (Starting From) : On Request

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  • Manali  Chandratal  Spiti Tour

Tour Detail

The route to spiti via Manali and Chandratal is the most adventurous drivable route you would ever come across. You will drive on non existent roads over rocks and glaciers, and cross lots of water streams which will make crossing no less than an adventure.
Chandratal lake is considered to be the most beautiful lake in Himachal Pradesh, however the road to Chandratal is the most treacherous and adventurous you would have seen in a lifetime. You will be crossing glaciers and crossing high passes like Rohtang and Kunzum to reach Chandratal and Spiti. On top of it the scenic views make your holiday memorable and give you an opportunity to click tonnes of pictures on the way.
The views at Chandratal are simply spell bounding, it takes away all the pains of hardships you faced during the travel to reach this place. But, once you reach Chandratal Lake, the first sight takes away all the pain of the arduous journey. In this article today, let me share with you a comprehensive travel guide for planning a memorable trip to Chandratal lake.The deep blue lake situated at around 4300 Meters is mostly surrounded by snow in winters and is crescent shape hence it’s also called Moon lake. The weather at Chandratal is mostly cold throughout the year and may even go below -20 in winters. It’s best to pack heavy woolens when you are visiting Chandratal at any time of the year.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival at Manali

Arrival at Manali- Arrive at our wonderful camps/guest house at Manali. Enjoy the wonderful weather and soak in the fresh air of Manali. Explore nearby treks, roam around in the market, visit hadimba temple, or try your hands at paragliding and rafting. Add some fun and adventure in your schedule by you visiting Solang Valley if time allows.

Day 2: Manali to Chandratal via Rohtang Pass

Head for Chandratal to Manali via Rohtang pass as you ride on world's most treacherous roads with lots of scenic views, ice, glaciers and rocks make your ride scenic as well as bumpy. The road from Manali to Chandratal is most adventurous and scenic simultaneously. Reach Chandratal and click pictures enroute of Chandra river and get mesmerized by the awe-inspiring views of Chandratal "the moon lake". After spending your time at the lake return back to your wonderful camps at Chandatal and enjoy your stay in our comfortable camps and enjoy delicious food and cozy bedding much needed after such a long and tiring journey. Evening enjoy bonfire and stories over Dinner and BBQ.

Day 3: Chandratal to Kaza

Next day wake up and after an early morning lunch we will head to Kaza, the administrative capital of Spiti situated at 3800 Meters. Enroute we will come across Kunzum Pass (4500 Meters), Losar and Kye Monastery. Kaza boasts of the highest petrol pump in India. Check in at our guest house/hotel at Kaza and enjoy warm tea with snacks nearby a Tandoor (traditional wood heater). Kaza is buzzing with activity, there is a large market, tremendous shops and eateries, guest houses and hotels and lots of places to explore nearby like Dhankar Monastery, Hikkim (Highest post office in India), Komic and Kibber (Highest villages of India), Langza - where you can find fossils, trek to Dhankar Lake and an excursion to Pin Valley National Park and Mudh Village.

Day 4: Pin Valley

After visiting Dhankar Monastery we will visit Pin Valley National Park and mudh Village, overnight stay at Pin Valley. Pin Valley is formed by Pin River as it’s merges into Spiti River at it’s confluence near Dhankar Gomp, It’s also a wildlife reserve hence the name Pin Valley National Park. The scenery of Pin Valley is completely different fromm Spiti and is pristine and fascinating. It’s surrounded by Snow Capped Mountains and carpets of green, strong winds will blow with miles of isolation, stunning views and colorful flowers with acres of greenery. Pin Valley is nothing short of an enchanted land like a mammoth oasis in a desert.

Day 5: Sight seeing and stay at Kaza

Enjjoy sight seeing around Kaza and visit Hikkim (world's highest post office) and post a postcard to your loved ones back home. Visit Kye Monastery, Kibber (Highest village and home to the grey ghost - the elusive snow leopard, komic and langza depending on time at hand. There are many places to explore in Spiti, perhaps time is always short when exploring the middle land.

Day 6: Kaza to Losar

Losar is the most peaceful, chilliest and soothing village on the last end of Spiti Valley. Your visit is incomplete if you don’t make a halt and explore Losar. It’s situated at the confluence of Losar and Peeno Streams and is adjacent to Indo-Tibet Border. There are various places to explore here. It’s a quiet place with tranquil atmosphere and refreshing Ladakh like beauty and many natural splendours. Pull out your camera and be ready to click pictures of magnificent mountains, stunning rivers and breath-taking vistas with unparalleled beauty.

Day 7: Manali

Extend your stay in Manali with us or feel free to catch the bus back with fun filled memories.


  • EP (No Meal)

Payments Terms

  • Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
  • Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.


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