Bro! Spiti Valley could be best done in June - July as the temperatures are well within limits and sun is up high radiating scorching heat to keep you warm. There are two ways to enter Spiti one is via Shimla other one is via Manali. Shimla - Spiti - Manali makes a complete circuit and most common itinerary. It takes 9-10 days Delhi to Delhi to complete this trip. But if you wanna do it in less than 6 days then do Manali - Spiti - Manali. You will find plenty of homestays and guest house to stay in spiti so dont worry about it. People are very friendly up there, they value humanity before money. So learn some values up there. Do not worry about wildlife they appear in winter only, you might get lucky to witness some ibex. Do carry proper woolens on this trip because weather is totally unpredictable in Spiti. Also, if possible carry some books to donate in schools and monastery in Spiti. Also, carry some chocolates or cookies to distribute it in children up there. As it is rightly said - Happiness is only real when shared. Brother if you need any help please feel free to contact me.
There are 2 routes to go which u may decide depending on the number of days u have the trip. In case decided for near to 10-11days, then u may chose Delhi chnadigarh shimla chitkul kangra and return on the way of lahaul rahtang manali delhi route. This considered a round trip. But if time and budget is a concern then u may decide for manali route which can b completed in 6-7days time.
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Spiti Valley is well known for the road trip adventures. There are lots of monasteries. There are 2 roads to reached spiti valley one is from via Shimla and kinnar and second one is from Manali and rohtang pass. Kaza, key, hikkim, Dhankar, Tabo, Chandratal, kunzum Pass are the major attraction of Spiti Valley June to September is the best time for Spiti Valley trip. You can enjoy local food cuisine in Spiti Valley.
Hi Himanshu, i would recommend you should check out a very very good travel blogger Tanya Khanijow on Youtube. she has a whole series consisting of 4 episodes on road trip to Spiti Valley. The videos are very useful and you can prepare your itinerary referring them. linking video for easy reference - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbb010oOy3RZKH0xQlh_46QpEMbrO51qz
Trip to Spiti Valley Widely depends upon the duration of your trips. If you are a true travel head then for you even 1 month is less to explore the valley. But for a budget trip of around an week to spiti there are lots and lots places to roam Around.
You can explore the "Highest Village of the World", "Highest Post Office in the World", Key Monastery, Tabo Monastery, "Highest Bridge of India", Langza Valley, Spiti National Park, Chandratal Campsite, Kunzum Pass, and what not. If you are planning on going to Spiti The below link is the perfect Blog for you read.
Below Is the link to 7 Best Things to do In Spiti. https://wanderworms.com/7-best-things-to-do-in-spiti-valley/
I organise tours for Spiti. I take that you'd be traveling from Delhi onwards, here is the itinerary that you could follow. Day 1- Delhi - Narkanda Day 2- Narkanda – Chitkul Day 3- Chitkul - Kalpa Day 4- Kalpa – Kaza Visit Nako Lake Day 5- Kaza – Kaza Visit Hikkim and Lagza village and Key Monastery Day 6- Kaza – Chandratal Day 7- Chandratal – Manali Day 8- Manali – Chandigarh Day 9- Chandigarh -- Delhi