Trans Himalayan Jeep Safari means going in an SUV ( Sumo, Innova, Qualis or Higher versions available in India ) in a group of maximum 6 people in one vehicle from Delhi / Chandigarh / Shimla to reach Kullu Valley and meet the other travel buddies at Manali to start the journey to higher, further higher and the farthest higher passes at altitudes varying from 3000 to 6000 Meters above MSL. Starting from 2000 M at Manali the Caravan moves to catch on the rare glimpses of rainbow on the high altitude cold desert region of Spiti, Lahaul & Ladakh, located at the India. This region shares not only its boundary and geography with Tibet but inhabitants share the same culture as well. Interaction with the color and smell of a well preserved ancient Tibetan identity makes journey on high Himalayan roads and valleys established on great rivers like Sutlej, Chandra- Bhaga and Indus make an age old tradition go live in its original colors and identity. The landscape of the region varies from dry and barren mountains to snow capped peaks as we near the passes driving along the serpent like roads with steep turns.
Located deep in the heart of the Himalayas, the ancient Hindu temples and the 1000-year-old Buddhist monastery at Tabo in this region has preserved an authentic evidence of presence of the two religions co-existing since time immemorial.
The most preferred Route is Manali, Jalori Pass, Rampur, Kinnaur region, Spiti region , Lahoul region. Laddakh region, Tsomoriri Lake, Leh City, Pangong Lake, Khardungla Pass, Nubra valley, Kargil, Srinagar, Jammu, Dharamshala, Mandi, Shimla, Chandigarh, Delhi.
But this route can be altered to make it longer or shorter or even changed to a to and fro journey from Manali to Leh-Ladakh and back to Manali as well to save time as per the convenience.