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Spiti Valley Tours Latest News

Updating our list of Himalayan Tours

We are currently updating prices and offerings for the coming 2019/2020 winter and summer seasons so check back for more updates on our site www.spitivalleytours.com and share with your friends! Did you know we have : Fixed Date Departures leaving every month from Shimla and...

Why choose Spiti Valley Tours?

Choosing a travel operator is a tough decision for anyone who is taking responsibility of organizing a tour for your friends and family. A good travel agent will make your tour so much more memorable. We make it easier for you with the points that you consider while planning your...

10 Things Everyone Must See or Experience in Spiti Valley

Visit the only naturally preserved Mummy of India at Gue You don’t have to cross continents to see a Mummy, our own Spiti has one. Monk Sangha Tenzin sacrificed himself 500 years ago through a rigorous process of natural self mummification called Sokushinbutsu for the...

Preservation of Mountains – Your Responsibility

The opening of route so early in season in 2018 was a positive sign for tourism, but it puts a grim reminder on the changing climate of the region. Due to lack of seasonal snowfall Spiti has experienced its driest winter in decades in 2018. So when you are here please make a vow...

Donate your invaluable books

Dear Patron, A lot of people when they visit little villages in Himalayas give money and chocolates to children. Money will be spent in no time and chocolates are consumed instantly. But any contribution in this beautiful land has to be of value and ever lasting. So we at Spiti...

Things to Bring

Some extra items to consider packing before your trip to Spiti – Weather appropriate gear – things can change quickly up there so always bring at least one set of warm clothes even in summer. Gifts for the locals – guests sometimes bring some small presents for...