A Valley desert covered with sheets of snow at the foothill of beautiful monasteries.

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Map link for Spiti

Lahuli - Spiti language 

4 Days

May to October

Chandigarh Airport
-1℃ to 8℃

How to reach Spiti

Spiti is a remote valley region that is easily accessible in the summers but is challenging to get there at other times of the year. But once you get there, it is definitely worth it.

How to Reach Spiti by Flight

There are no direct flights to Spiti as there is no airport in the region. The closest airport is the Kullu Airport at Bhuntar which is 245 km away from Spiti. But this airport has limited operations; hence the suggested airport closest to Spiti is the Chandigarh Airport (IXC), located at a distance of 522 km away from Spiti.

How to Reach Spiti by Train

The closest railway station to Spiti is Joginder Nagar railway station but it has poor connectivity. The better railway station is the one in Chandigarh as it has better connectivity. You can take a cab or board a bus to reach Spiti from the railway station.

How to Reach Spiti by Bus

Direct buses are available from Chandigarh, Shimla, Kullu, Manali and some other parts of North India. HRTC buses ply buses on Kullu – Manali – Rohtang Pass – Kunzum Pass – Kaza route.

How to Reach Spiti by Road

Road routes are easily accessible during the months May - November and is also well connected to nearby areas. At this time bus services are also available or if you wish, you can rent taxis or cars and get to Spiti. Some routes are accessible all around the year while some of them are completely covered by snow. if travelling via Manali, your route will be Manali – Rohtang Pass – Gramphu – Chattru – Kunzum Pass – Kaza (Spiti Valley) and in the case of travelling via Shimla your route will be Kinnaur Valley as Shimla – Kinnaur – Nako – Sumdo (Spiti Valley) – Tabo – Kaza.

 

How to travel within Spiti