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Day 7: Kaza to Chandratal Lake Crossing Kunzum Pass

This was probably the most exciting day of the trip and as I already mentioned these landscape from Kaza to Chandratal is one of the reason why you should start the spiti trip from Shimla. Kaza to Chandratal is around 90 KM and it will take you around 4 hours to reach Chandratal. We wanted… Continue reading Day 7: Kaza to Chandratal Lake Crossing Kunzum Pass

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Day 6: Wandering around Kaza covering Hikkim Komic and Langza

Kaza-Hikkim-Komic-Langza-Kaza is another circuit apart from Ki-Kibber-Gette-Tashigang from Kaza that you should visit in Spiti Valley. While Komic claims to be the world's highest motorable road, Hikkim and the world's highest post office in world, and Langza is known for the presence of a big, 1000 year old Lord Buddha statue. There are 2 ways to… Continue reading Day 6: Wandering around Kaza covering Hikkim Komic and Langza

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Day 5: Pin Valley to Kaza covering Kibber – Gette – Tashigang – Ki

I was very excited for the day mainly because of 2 reasons; first the Ki Monastery which is  the biggest monastery of Spiti Valley and a religious training centre for Lamas and another was to witness the ropeway that connects Kibber to Chichum. Mud village to Kaza is around 50 KM and we started around 9:30 AM… Continue reading Day 5: Pin Valley to Kaza covering Kibber – Gette – Tashigang – Ki

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Day 3: Chitkul to Tabo through Nako and Geyu Mummy

Day 3 was quite hectic as we have to cover almost 250 KM from Chitkul to Tabo covering Nako Monastery, Nako Lake and Geyu Mummy. Chitkul to Tabo is around 220 KM and geyu Mummy is another 20 KM detour after Sumdo which will take around 1.5 hours in total. Practically you doesn't gain any height on the day and… Continue reading Day 3: Chitkul to Tabo through Nako and Geyu Mummy

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Delhi to Chitkul: The Beginning of Spiti

Delhi to Chitkul is around 620 KM and you will take you around 2 days to reach there, however i am covering this in the same article as there is not much to explore in the first day of the trip. Shimla was around 400 Km from my home in Gurgaon and Chitkul is another 280 KM… Continue reading Delhi to Chitkul: The Beginning of Spiti

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Itinerary for Bike trip to Spiti from Delhi in 9 Days

It was either Ladhak or Spiti for my first bike trip, I decided to go with the later as the place is still unexplored. Spiti is still untouched unlike Ladhak where you will find a lot of bikers and tourists to the extend that sometimes you will feel crowded. There is no reason why a… Continue reading Itinerary for Bike trip to Spiti from Delhi in 9 Days