inter-valley

Jeep Safari

Our famous Jeep Safari is one of the best off beat trips in India and one of the best ways to experience Spiti and the high altitude himalayas!  

Our itinerary below includes all of the major points of interest between Manali and Shimla on the high desert road through Spiti but if you would like to make changes to the itinerary below - we also offer customizable jeep safari tours. 

The Complete Himalayan

For a complete experience of Spiti Valley, this tour takes you on an extensive journey through mountains, valleys and lakes. This tour guides you through the picturesque villages, ancient monasteries and incredible scenery of the Spiti Valley and the surrounding mountains.

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Jeep Safari (Custom tour)

One of the easiest ways to explore the Himalayas is by jeep safari. Our customizable Jeep Safari tours allow YOU to decide how much of Spiti you get to see. All of the monasteries, villages and ancient capitals are easily accessible by jeep and we can help you design a custom itinerary to suite your interests.

Green to Desert Bhaba Pass Trek

Bhaba Pass

This trek takes you from the green forests and pastures on the banks of the Wanger River to the dry high altitude deserts of Spiti.The trail leaves from the holiday town of Shimla and follows the ancient trade route over Bhaba Pass(15,900 ft) to Mudh village in Spiti Valley.

Pin Parvati Trek on the Mudh to Manikaraan Trail

One of our most challenging treks, this route into Kullu Valley via the holy hot springs of Manikaran was not discovered until the 19th century when an English explorer chanced upon the pass high above Mudh village in Pin Valley.  The route passes south of the resplendent Bada Shigri Glacier, surrounded on all sides by peaks above 6000m. 

Parang La Trek

One of our most popular trekking packages, this climb takes the traveller from Kaza over the 18,300 ft Parang La pass and into Ladakh. The route follows the traditional trade route between Ladakh and Spiti and there are some fantastic views from the high mountain source of the Pare Chu river.

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