Presenting the perfect amalgam of Hinduism and Buddhism, the tranquilizing Spiti Valley captivates tourists with its rich culture and mesmerizing beauty. Characterized by popular monasteries, ancient temples, and inflicting mountains, this place is known as a breathtaking living museum of amazing treks and lush valleys.
THE HIGH LIFE IN SPITI VALLEY
CHITTKUL : The last village of India
Chittkul (or Chittkul) is a town in Kinnaur local of Himachal Pradesh. It is the last possessed town close to the Indochina outskirt. The Indian street finishes here. During winters, the spot for the most part stays secured with the day of the occupants move to bring down locales of Himachal.
KAZA : The best of what is around
KAZA Spiti Valley is a world apart from anything you have seen. The drive to Kaza feels like you are going through the Grand Canyon. Kaza, sitting crouched toward the side of Himachal Pradesh is a quiet escape on the fields of the Spiti River. Lapped by glorious mountains shrouded in a day off, and percolating waterways and streams and beautiful infertile scene with dispersed patches of green, Cloisters, Gompas and other notable miracles add appeal to this effectively mystical city.
HIKKIM: World’s highest post office
Hikkim town, sitting in a bowl in a mountain, has the qualification of having the world’s most astounding mail station and furthermore be named as world’s most noteworthy surveying station. It isn’t ordinary you get the opportunity to send postcards from the most noteworthy mail station on the planet!
Hikkim town, sitting in a bowl in a mountain, has the qualification of having the world’s most astounding mail station and furthermore be named as world’s most noteworthy surveying station. It isn’t ordinary you get the opportunity to send postcards from the most noteworthy mail station on the planet.
LANGZA : The Fossil village
LANGZA The Golden Buddha at Langza is deemed to be 1000 years old. Behind Hikkim is Langza-a geologist’s heaven! A large number of years prior, Spiti was under Tethys ocean. There are endless fossils of ocean animals and plants to be found under rocks or in the higher slopes of the mountains. With terrific perspectives on Chau Kang Nilda crest, the town is one of the most wonderful towns in Spiti. Langza additionally has a huge, brilliant Buddha statue which is said to be over 1,000 years of age.
KOMIC : World’s highest village
Komic is a little town that houses around 10-15 families. It additionally has a religious community that houses around 50 lamas. It is known to be one of the most noteworthy motorable towns on the planet.
KEY : The biggest Tibetan Monastery
Key is the biggest religious community in the Spiti Valley district and perhaps one of the most seasoned in the locale. Roosted on a peak, boxes of structures stacked over one another, with Spiti waterway breaking the desert valley, this religious community is a serious sight! On the off chance that you are fortunate, you will get a visit from an inviting priest (and an aiding of homegrown tea!) and even get the chance to experience old original copies. Our Kanamo trekkers are fortunate this religious community is a piece of the schedule, and they get the opportunity to remain here medium-term.
NAKO : Indo-Tibetan Border
Nako is a village in the Himalayas of northern India, located near the Indo-China border in the Trans-Himalayan region of the Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. Nako Lake is a prominent feature here where it borders the village. Nako Monastery, dated to 1025, is located in the village as well as several other Buddhist chortens.
CHANDRATAL : The Moon Lake
The Pangong Tso of Spiti! This staggering bow lake is incorporated into our Hampta Pass schedule and is an unquestionable requirement do! Not just that, on the off chance that you are trekking anyplace close Manali, maybe the Bhrigu Lake or Pin Bhaba trek, you can without much of a stretch add one more day to your agenda and visit this stunning lake.
Manali : Valley of Gods
Manali is a resort town nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley in the Beas River Valley. It is located in the Kullu district, about 270 km (168 mi) north of the state capital, Shimla, 309 km (192 miles) northeast of Chandigarh, and 544 km (338 miles) northeast of Delhi, the national capital. The small town, with a population of 8,096,  is the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and from there over the Karakoram Pass on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin.