Planning to do a Spiti valley covering Kaza,Tabo, Nako,Chandratal from 1st Sep.Need travel partners

Discussion in 'Travel Partners' started by Shikha, Aug 18, 2017.

  1. Shikha

    Shikha New Member

    I’m planning a solo trip for Spiti Valley from Delhi via Manali route from 1st Sep to 8th Sep
    Since I’m travelling solo, not sure of the challenges like getting the right transport and making sure all the places can be visited as planned. So need to tag along with a biker gang or anyone else travelling on the same dates
    I’ve to reach Leh on 9th Sep to join a trekking group for Stok Kangri (which is another 7 days event)
    This is a Short itinerary I have planned
    Day1-1st Sep Delhi-Manali by Bus (stay overnight at Manali)
    Day2-2nd Sep Manali / Solang Valley – Rohtang Pass – Kunzum Pass – Kaza
    Day3-3rd Sep Kaza-Pin valley (Mud village)-Dhangkar-Dhangkar lake-Tabo (overnight at Tabo)
    Day4-4th Sep Tabo to Kaza and then Ki – Kibber – Gette – Tashigang – Kaza
    DAY5-5th Sep Kaza – Hikkim – Komik – Langza – Rangrik – Losar – Kunzum Pass – Chandratal / Battal
    DAY6-6th Sep Battal / Chandratal – Gramphu – Keylong/Jispa
    DAY7-7th Sep Keylong/Jispa – Baralacha La – Leh ( I’m keeping 2 days in buffer in case I dont get any transport in a worst case scenario)

    Please help if anyone is going to spiti around first week of september
  2. naresh moun

    naresh moun New Member

    If you still planning than we are going on 11 jun from Delhi on bike.

    SHOBHIT . PUNDIR New Member

    We would like to join could u tell some more details about your plan? ?

    SHOBHIT . PUNDIR New Member

    Share ur contact details if possible on
  5. naresh moun

    naresh moun New Member

    Brother we’re leaving on 10th evening.
    11 jun - Manali
    12- Jispa
    13- leh
    14-Nubra valley
    15- Pangong
    16- hanle
    18- Sarchu
  6. rahulkrish

    rahulkrish New Member

    I am doing Delhi - Narkanda - Sangla - Nako - Kaza - Chandra Tal - Manali - Delhi between 21st August and 28th August. The idea is to experience culture, local life and local cuisine instead of doing the regular trail. Also, plan a day or two of camping and a lot of photo/videography.
    Let me know if this is of any interest to you.
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2018

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