Thing to do in Spiti Valley

Spiti valley is famed for its natural beauty and artistic heritage. Tabo monastery is one of the most prominent lodestones in Spiti. The cloisters in Spiti are famed for spectacular showpieces, ancient tabernacles, and several stupas.

 Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain vale located in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain vale located in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

The best time to visit Spiti valley is from March to June. Those who are into a relaxing holiday should visit Spiti during this season when the temperature ranges from 0-15- degree Celcius, which starts from March and lasts until June..

 The Leg Valley of Spiti is home to the many surviving Buchen Lamas of the Nyingmapa side of Buddhism. Spiti is a summer home to hundreds of semi-nomadic Gaddi lamb and scapegoat herdsmen who come to this vale for grazing their creatures from the embracing townlets and occasionally as far as 250 km (160 mi).

 Winters in Spiti are brutal, but thanks to investment in erecting glasshouses, locals now grow tomatoes, sap, and potatoes all time round. Erecting the hothouse alongside the largest room of the home ensures energy effectiveness .

 Top sights

1-Crucial Gompa (Key Monastery)

 Kye Gompa is a Tibetan Buddhist friary of the Gelugpa side located on top of a hill at an altitude of meters above ocean position, close to the Spiti River, in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Lahaul and Spiti quarter, India.

 2-Tangyud Monastery

 The Tangyud Monastery ( also written bTang-rGyud, Tangyuth) or Sa-skya- ding-mig Gompa at the villa of Komic, two km southeast of Hikkim in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India, is erected like a fortified castle on the edge of a deep flume, with massive slanted slush walls and citadels with perpendicular red ochre and white perpendicular stripes which make them look important high than they really are. It’s one of the loftiest altitude gompas ( cloisters) in India, at an altitude of meters ( ft), on the edge of a deep flume and overlooking the city of Kaza, Spiti 4 km to the west. It’s located on the fringe of the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.

3-Chicham Bridge

 India’s Spiti Valley is home to prodigies that make for a continuance’s experience. While the utmost of those prodigies are relatively popular in the tourism circuit, there’s a secret that not many know about. The ground is at a stunning height of 13596 ft and connects the two townlets named Chicham and Kibber. Look down this bone and you’ll find yourself peering below, at a 1000 ft deep couloir! The couloir below is known by the name of Samba Lamba Nallah; the timber of this ground cuts down the trip from Kibber to Losar by 40 km.

 4- World’s Highest  motorable Village

Komic village in Himachal Pradesh has reportedly vaccinated 100 percent of its population over 44 times of age.

 Known to be the loftiest villa in the world, Komic is located in the beautiful Spiti Valley at an altitude of 15500ft. News has it that the townies left their home only to attend their granges. All the natives, above 44 times of age, have now got their vaccine. Though the ville is small and ever located, it has done an estimable job by achieving a vaccination rate of 100 percent.

 5-Langza Buddha Statue

 Langza is one of the outermost villages of India in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Near to headquarters of Spiti Valley-Kaza, Langza is a high- altitude vill known for ancient marine funds, for spotting endangered creatures, for the warmth of the people, and Buddha statue overlooking the Spiti Valley. The geography of Langza village can leave anyone magical. In fact, we rate Langza as the most beautiful villa we’ve visited in Spiti Valley. In Langza, we got a first- hand experience on how people live and synchronize harmoniously with nature. Their way of living is completely in sync with the terrain’s rough terrain and enduring rainfall.

6-Kanamo Peak

 A trekkable peak doesn’t demand any mountaineering skill and can be climbed if you’re duly acclimatized. Numerous pedestrians flock to Stok Kangri – around ft – for this veritably hunger for altitude. Still, not many people know that there’s another, a lower- known peak that rises to nearly the same altitude – the Kanamo Peak ( ft).

 The Kanamo Peak looms behind Kibber and Tashi Gang townlets, hidden down at the heart of Spiti. This is a region of Spiti that’s still untouched by fustiness, untroubled by civilization. Which makes this journey quieter, proper and an inversely grueling volition to Stok Kangri. Stok Kangri has been unfortunately commercialized.