When we talk about the Spiti Valley, it reminds us of the trekking mecca for the long roads and valleys that cover the demography of the area. Spiti Valley is an example of the cold desert that is bordered geographically on all sides at an altitude of 12,500 ft above the sea level. This place is known as one of the coldest places in India that receive abundant sunshine throughout the year. This place is very important for the country for it separates the country from Tibet. Though it is not densely populated, but it is known as an adventure paradise with tourists choosing trekking from Kaza to various other peaks from where you get the best breath-taking views of the Himalayan mountains.
Travel to Spiti Valley
The best places to pay a visit in the Spiti Valley are, Chandratal Lake, Key Monastery, Kunzum Pass, Suraj Tal, Pin Valley National Park, and also the Dhankar Monastery. Make sure that you visit the place between the month of March to June that is the summer season away from the sweltering heat that the other places expose you to.
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Things to do in Spiti Valley
The Valley has a population of 11000 people and there are widespread villages with inhabitants with Kaza being the core administrative center of the place that is places at an altitude of 12,500 ft above the sea level. If you are there, you will have a plethora of activities to encounter namely, exploring a large number of villages namely, Kibber, Komic. Langza, Demul, Lhalung, Dhankar, Hikkim and Giu.
Apart from the same, you can take a visit to the huge monasteries in Spiti that are respectively, Ki Monastery that is located near Kaza, followed by Tabo Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, and Komic Monastery. You will never get bored when you are wandering in places at Spiti Valley, for there are numerous things to entertain and take part in, namely, Trekking in Pin-Parvati, Parang- La, and Pin-Bhaba, Yak Safari from Komic to Demul villages, Cultural Performances in traditional costumes in Demul and Lhalung villages, witnessing Endangered Wildlife in Pin Valley National Park and Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary, Mountain Biking and last but not the least White Water Rafting in Pin and Spiti rivers.