If you are in search of real nature’s beauty, Spiti Valley is the place that will end your hunt. Spiti is a land that is a real depiction of tranquillity and magnificence. The word Spiti means “The Middle Land”, i.e. it is the land between Tibet and India. The unique geographical characteristics of Spiti valley makes it the most desirable destination for travelers and explorers from all walks of life.
This beautiful landscape is home to the more than 1000 years old monasteries like Tabo, Sherkhang and Dhankar, the highest motorable villages in Asia (Langza and Komic), the iconic Chandrataal Lake and Hikkim, the highest post office in the world. Spiti valley supports the Tibetian Buddhist culture and its hospitable people make it a place of unlimited beauty. A Spiti valley trip is a perfect getaway to rejuvenate and rediscover. Here is a list of few things you need to do in Spiti valley.
If you are an adventure seeker, a holy person or somebody who loves to unravel the landscapes that are close to nature, then Spiti valley is the ultimate destination and has a lot in store for you. Here is a list of few things you need to do in Spiti valley:
As we all know that Spiti Valley is located at a very high altitude (5000 meters above sea level) so the weather is unpredictable. The area stays covered with snow for most of the time of the year hence people do not have access throughout the year. The best time to visit Spiti valley is from May to October. During this period Shimla-Kinnaur highway is open that provides easy access to the people from around the world. During this period the temperature may range from 18 – 25 degrees Celsius which will you an experience of quite a moderate weather (neither hot nor cold).
We hope you have a perfect holiday and a lifetime of experience at the daunting Spiti Valley.