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How To Reach Spiti Valley

Kullu Airport at Kullu is the nearest airport. One can board a taxi or rickshaw from the airport to reach the destination.

As there is no access to airport and railway in Spiti, it can only be reached by the means of roads. The roads in Spiti are almost open throughout the year. In any case one can check the itinerary as some of the roads are closed for 6 months.

Shimla is the nearest railway station. One can hire cabs and Jeeps to reach Spiti. Buses are also available to the destination from the station.

Things to do in Spiti Valley

Absolutely perfect for adventure seekers, river rafting is one of the top things to do in Spiti Valley. With snowy mountains, hilltop monasteries, and picturesque views around, the Spiti and Pin rivers offer an experience of a lifetime. You can feel the thrill while basking in the serenity amidst the mountains throughout the duration of the sport.

Situated in the higher reaches of the Himalayas, this park is home to endangered flora and fauna such as snow leopards, Siberian ibex, Himalayan snow cocks, Tibetan gazelle, snow partridges, and more. From admiring the beauty of nature to wildlife spotting, there is so much to do there that you would completely lose track of time.

Spiti is a religious and cultural center for Buddhists, and that is another reason that makes it such a famous tourist attraction. With so many Buddhist monasteries set up along the valley, you could visit each or any of them for having a peaceful time. From the architecture of the monasteries to the ancient murals on the inside, every sight would leave you amazed.

Formed in a crescent shape, and situated at 4,300 meters in the lap of the Himalayas, this lake is amongst the popular things to see in Spiti Valley. What makes an experience more wow-worthy there is camping by the lake with incredible views around. So, you know where to stay, at least for a night in Spiti.

If you’re looking for both peace and adventure, trekking to Dhankar Lake is amongst the top things to include in your tour to Spiti Valley. Situated above the Dhankar Monastery on a cliff at 4,270 meters, this lake is a mesmerizing beauty. While the trek is a bit challenging, the heavenly views that you would get to witness upon reaching would absolutely be worth it.

Why Visit Spiti Valley?

Spiti, meaning ‘the middle land’, is a desert mountain valley that connects the Tibetan region with India. Located in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh, this region offers wonderful views of the towering Himalayas. It is a haven for those looking to disconnect from the world while on a vacation. Whether it’s for its breathtaking views or for the exciting adventure activities here, Spiti is a must-visit destination in India. Not convinced yet? Well, we have put together five reasons for why you should start planning a Spiti Valley trip.

  • The name “Spiti” means “The middle land“, i.e. the land between Tibet and India.

  • The road to Spiti Valley remains open all round the year through Shimla – Kinnaur while the road from Manali side closes in winter as soon as Rohtang Pass and Kunzum Pass close.

  • Late May to June is the best season to visit Spiti Valley as the temperature rises above the 0 degree celsius which makes traveling possible in this area. The temperature in Spiti Valley in June ranges between 0 and 15 degree celsius which makes it perfect for sightseeing and outdoor activities. 

  • In Spiti, the only petrol pump is at Kaza.


Tourist Attraction In Spiti Valley

Key Monastery or Kye Gompa is one of the most popular places to visit in Spiti valley, located in the Kaza region. Overlooking the Spiti River at an altitude of 4112 m, Key Monastery is one of the biggest gompas known for the stunning Buddha shrine, ancient books, manuscripts, and murals. With its fort like structure resembling Chinese theme, a gorgeous assembly hall, and charming Tengyur room, Key monastery is surely one of the mesmerising places to visit in Kaza and Spiti Valley. The place is part of almost all the Spiti Valley sightseeing tours

Well-known for its majestic paintings, Tabo Monastery is one of the ancient places to visit in Spiti valley. It has 9 temples of Tara and Buddha Maitreya and multiple Stupas that are the key attractions of the monastery. Other things worth seeing are various stucco sculptures of Bodhisattvas, marvellous wall paintings, and works of Buddha. Photography is not allowed inside the Gompa premises.

Lhalung is one of the earliest monasteries of Spiti, founded by Rinchen Zangpo– a Buddhist Mahaguru. Adorned by complex of 9 shrines, this ancient monastery is considered as a hub of Buddhist teachings. Also, Lhalung is sometimes called as Golden Temple because of various gold leaf deities kept in its shrine.

Founded by Padma Sambhava, Gandhola Monastery is almost 800 years old and is famous for wooden idols and shrines. Situated at the meeting point of Chandra and Bhaga – this monastery is simple and basic – yet has a heritage value.

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What Makes Spiti Valley Special?

The Lahaul Spiti Tour is a one-stop-destination that will satisfy your wanderlust like never and nowhere before. Whether you're obsessed with mountains, love to unearth cultural treasures, or if serene lakes and gushing waterfalls are your kinds of calls, the Lahaul Spiti Tour will let you live it all. This magnificent valley running through the mesmerizing state of Himachal Pradesh has several highlights to its name, including awe-inspiring monasteries, magnanimous mountains, gorgeous landscapes, rugged terrains, captivating waterfalls, and much more.

The significant influence of Tibetan culture will woo you at every point in your Spiti Valley tour, whether it is the architecture, cuisine, or lifestyle. You'll see exactly why it is crowned as Little Tibet, and rightfully so. Not just that, it is the only place where you'll see a frozen waterfall.

Spiti is also home to the world's highest village, the highest monastery, the highest polling station, and a lot more. The UNESCO World Heritage site- Tabo monastery, is also located here. [Looking for places to visit in Spiti valley?]

Activities To Indulge during TheSpiti Valley Tour!

Spiti valley offers its tourists a plethora of activities to indulge in. No matter what your interests are as a tourist, Spiti has something for each one of you.
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Quench your thirst for adventure in Spiti valley. Enjoy mountain biking near Suraj Taal, camp down at Chandra Taal lake, and trek the mighty Pin Parvati peak, Kanamo Peak, and Kheerganga. [Read More] You can simply vroom around Rohtang pass, Hamta pass, Kumzum pass, and enjoy riding on the rough lands. Apart from this, you can raft in the Spiti river, visit the centuries-old mommy in Giu village, enjoy the yak safari, and explore the Pin valley National park Spiti valley tour lets you connect with yourself. It has the perfect peace, beauty, and vibe that'll please your soul and make you feel at your best. [Read More] Walk through the Nako village, Spend time at the homestay, Shop tiLl you drop in Kaza market, or simply lay back on the banks of the Spiti river Admire the beauty, because, in the Spiti Valley tour, it's everywhere. Spiti mirrors the significant influence of Tibetan culture, and the spectrum of monasteries reiterates the fact every moment. Read More Feed your spiritual being by witnessing exquisitely built monasteries, seated atop the highest mountains. Pay a visit to Kye Monastery, Tnagyud Gompa, Kungri Gompa, Dhankar, Kibber, and Tabo monastery.

Wondering Which Season Is Best For The Spiti Valley Tour?

Spiti Valley is indeed an impeccably striking location to visit all year round. However, the place certainly shines at its peak and is far more enjoyable in specific seasons. That's why, we'd suggest you always take a look at not just the day-to-day calendar, but also the seasonal calendar while planning a Spiti Valley tour. So that you make the most out of your trip and find every single penny worth the spending. The period from March to June is the ideal time for visiting this one-of-a-kind location. Here's why! The spots are less crowded, so you get the perfect time to enjoy the destination visually and experientially. You'll also find Spiti at its pleasant brightest, with a splendid refreshing vibe all around. If suitable, you may also visit during the Rainy season (July to September) and winter (November to April). However, there are few chances of finding pleasant weather. You may also face issues such as slippery roads and landslides.

Spiti Valley Tour Attractions

In the Spiti Valley, there’s no place that isn’t attractive, from the tiny village settlements, magnificent monasteries, and enthralling mountains, to amusing markets, and much more. But here are a few must-visit destinations you should explore. nt monastery situated

Ki Gompa

Situated at a distance of 14 kilometers from Kaza, Ki monastery, or Ki monastery is a magnificein Spiti. What makes it unique is the altitude at which it is located, which is 4100 meters above sea level. It exhibits exquisite Tibetan-style architecture. Its aura and beauty are something that believers and tourists across the world look forward to experiencing.

Ki Gompa

Chandra Taal

Chandra Taal

Also called Tso Chigma, This pristine lake settled amid rough terrains will leave you mesmerized. Known as Tso Sigma in the local tongue, it is located in the Lahaul-Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. This crescent-shaped lake with the jaw-dropping scenic backdrop is a sheer paradise.

Pin Valley National Park

It is the only national park in India that thrives as a part of the cold desert. It is named after the Pin Er over and is popular for its unique wildlife and ecosystem. It is especially known for preserving snow leopards.

Pin Valley National Park

Suraj Tal

Suraj Tal

Suraj Tal or Tso Kamtsi is the third highest lake in India. Enjoy viewing and photographing its breathtakingly beautiful scenery. The crystal clear waters coupled with the snowy landscape is nothing less than a soul treat.

Tabo Monastery

It is a significant tourist attraction in the Tabo village of Spiti and Lahaul district. Seated at the foothills of mighty mountains, this captivating monument is also popularly referred to as the Ajanta of the Himalayas. It showcases a wealth of murals (wall paintings), each depicting a tale with historical and mythological significance. It also has its name, the title ‘National Historic Treasure’ by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI).




Kaza, located alongside the Spiti River is a high-altitude as well as the largest township and commercial hub of the Spiti valley. Apart from its extraordinary beauty, Kaza also attracts tourists for its vibrant festive celebrations, especially for the festivals of Fagli and Gochi.

The Sakya Tangyud Monastery is another highlight here. The fairs with beautiful amusements for children, and the sale of unique local handicrafts make Kaza yet another best place to visit on the Spiti Valley tour.

The nearby villages of Langza, Hikkim, Komic, Ki, and Kibber, are all tiny hamlets that you can go about exploring.

Gandhola Monastery

It is nestled at the confluence of the Bhaga and Chandra rivers. The colorful flags, wooden idols, seven-storeyed forts, and ancient murals, among many other things, make this a favorite spot for tourists.

Gandhola Monastery

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