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Spiti Valley solo traveler

Postby raparthisujith » Tue Sep 12, 2017 1:50 am

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I am new member on DoW! First of all thank you for maintaining such a wonderful website. It really helps other to make the best plan for their trip

I am from hyderabad planing to visit Spiti valley via Manali from 1st October to 7th October as I have less time.

Just need to know the weather and also transportation guidance from Manali

Any suggestions

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Re: Spiti Valley solo traveler

Postby getpackingvinod » Tue Sep 12, 2017 5:57 pm

Hi Sujith

If you are solo traveler, options are only HRTC bus and shared jeep (you can hire a taxi as well, that'll be too expensive but)

Since you have less time, you'll be in roads most of the time. Consider going upto Kaza and Tabo and returning from Manali side only. Or else

Oct 1: Early morning bus from Manali, reach Kaza by evening
Oct 2: Kaza and around - Kei, Kibber, langza etc by shared cab or full cab. evening try and get a shared cab to Tabo
Oct 3 : bus from Tabo and try to get to Nako
Oct 4: Nako to Reckong Peo and then to Kalpa
Oct 5 : Kalpa and around or may be get to Sangla
Oct 6 : Sangla to Rampur
Oct 7 : Rampur to Shimla / Chd / Delhi
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Re: Spiti Valley solo traveler

Postby raparthisujith » Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:40 am

Thank you for response Vinod
I will extend my trip till 10th so that I will have more time to spend with nature.

How much will they charge for Shared Jeep from Manali to Kaza

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Re: Spiti Valley solo traveler

Postby getpackingvinod » Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:56 pm

Share jeep cost approx 1000 per person. depends on your negotiation skills also

Since you are extending the trip, may be you should consider visiting Chandratal also - a trip to Spiti is somewhat incomplete without that. Chandratal falls on the way between Manali & Kaza and is a 14km detour after Batal. This 14km you could do it by walk / lift , if you see someone..

If interested, do have a look here on cheapest ways to get there:
http://devilonwheels.com/chandratal-lak ... vel-there/
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Re: Spiti Valley solo traveler

Postby sam3899 » Tue Sep 19, 2017 9:28 am

Hi sujith....Pls share your details as we are doing road trip to spiti valley from 30th September from Delhi with SUV
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Re: Spiti Valley solo traveler

Postby raparthisujith » Tue Sep 19, 2017 10:17 pm

sam3899 wrote:Hi sujith....Pls share your details as we are doing road trip to spiti valley from 30th September from Delhi with SUV

Hi Sam
Thanks for your message
My contact number 8142716666
I am reaching Delhi on oct 1st morning 8:00 AM. [emoji853]

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