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Tabo monastery june 2022

13 stunning must visit places in Spiti Valley 

Spiti Valley has suddenly shot to fame post Covid-19 and the main reason is that network has reached all over the valley. The place has always been awe inspiring. Here are 13 places we suggest that you must visit while in Spiti.

Gue

Gue monastery mummy

The mummy village is home to a tiny village at the start of the Valley along the Nako-Kaza road.  The village is a short six to eight km diversion inside from the main road. The village of Gue has shot to fame due to the Lama mummy which has been found by the Indian army back in 1975. Gue is the place where everyone stops to visit the monastery and the mummy. 

Tabo 

Tabo monastery afternoon

Home to the oldest Buddhist monastery in India established in 996AD and meditation caves. Tabo is without doubt a must visit place in the Valley. You can’t have a complete trip without a night stay at Tabo. If it’s a clear night, you will end up spotting over a 100+ shooting stars.  

Dhankar 

Dhankar village Spiti valley

The cliff village gem in Spiti Valley is without a doubt, the stand out village the entire valley has to offer.  With a monastery on the edge and a lake situated three km uphill from the village. Dhankar village is without doubt the most underrated place in all of Spiti Valley. A night stay in the village is one which will leave you with memories for a life time. 

Kaza 

Kaza town streets

Kaza is the district head quarters in Spiti Valley and is home to the world’s highest refuelling center.  Kaza is where everyone has their night halt and ends up spending two to three nights of their Spiti Valley road trip. Cafes and shopping is what makes Kaza a must visit but definitely not a place worth staying at.  Electricity and water problems are a daily occurrence in Kaza. 

Mudh (Pin Valley ) 

Mudh Spiti valley

The end point of the Pin-Parvati Trek. The village of Mudh in Pin Valley National park has great landscapes and humble home stays. It’s one of those few places in Spiti Valley  where you will find greenery. 

Lossar 

Lossar village june 22

The first real civilization and village you will come across along the Manali-Kaza route. Lossar is one such place where you will feel the Spiti Valley chill. It’s a crowded tourist village since it’s the only decent place to stay the night. 

Komik 

Komik Spiti valley.

The highest village with a motor able road in Asia, it also houses a colourful monastery and the world’s highest restaurant which is in the village. A place everyone must visit on their road trip to Spiti Valley. 

Langza 

Langza home stay

The fossil village in Spiti Valley as it used to be before tourists came from all over and took the marine fossils home. Langza today post COVID-19 is a place which is known for its golden Buddha statue. But the village has a lot to offer in terms of home stay experience AND a night sky which will leave you awe inspired.

Demul 

Demul village

Demul is the cultural village in Spiti Valley. Cut away from civilization, this village still does not have cell phone network. But Demul unlike other Villages in the valley follows a method called sustainable tourism where in traveLlers are allocated home stays based on a rotation policy setup by the village coordinator. A truly raw and rugged, back to the roots Spiti Valley experience.  

Hikkim 

Hikkim post office

Hikkim Village is arguably the most crowded village in Spiti Valley in the post Covid-19 era. Go to Hikkim with post cards, stamps and addresses and most of all a pen. Hikkim is easily the most frequented post office in all of India.  

Chandratal 

Chandartal lake Spiti,valley june 2022

The moon lake in Spiti Valley is the reason why everyone have been travelling to Spiti. Chandratal is without doubt the highlight of the trip.

Kibber 

Kibber village

Home to the highest school in Asia and also the highest suspension bridge which connects Kibber to Chicham village.  It’s a default stop of pictures at the bridge. A night stay in the village is totally worth every moment spent there.  

Key Monastery 

Volleyball in key monastery

A Buddhist monastery and monk school nestled high up in the Himalayas. It’s definitely without doubt the most visited in Spiti Valley and you will love the whole aura that the place has to offer.  From young monks playing in the courtyard to the view of the entire valley from the top.  Visit Key in the first half of the day for an enriching spiritual experience.

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