Lahul & Spiti

Spiti Valley

Open Time : 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

Entry : free

Address : Spiti Valley, Spiti Valley, Marango Rangarik, Himachal Pradesh, India

Why to visit Spiti Valley

Spiti is bordered on the north by Ladakh, on the east by Tibet, on the south by Kinnaur, and on the north by the Kullu valley. This magnificent cold desert valley in Himachal Pradesh is full of pine woods, lush meadows, gorgeous monasteries, and populated villages that will leave you speechless. The desolate mountains here, which are located at an altitude of roughly 12,500 feet above sea level, change colour every second and are undoubtedly a sight to behold.

The population of the tiny hamlet here in the shadow of massive mountains ranges from 35 to 200 individuals. This sparsely populated countryside is a slice of heaven for anyone looking to get away from the enticing city life.

Beautiful Buddhist monasteries, prayer flags floating in the breeze, and a huge number of monks praying with their prayer wheels may be found everywhere. You may also get a great view of Dhadkan and Chandratal lakes from here. With their immense altitude, awe-inspiring passes like Kunzum and Barchala Pass will take you to the top of the earth.

 Visitors can travel on a nature trail here to see rare avian species and marvel at nature's breathtaking splendour. Hiking, rappelling, and camping are just a few of the adventure activities available here. Step out of your daily routine and join us in the wonderland of Spiti for some shutter shooting in the embrace of nature.

The nearest airport is Kullu Airport in Bhuntar, Kullu, which is 245 kilometres away. From there, a cab may be booked to take you directly to Spiti Valley. Shimla railway station is the closest major station. From there, a cab may be booked to take you directly to Spiti Valley. Several private and government buses run between major cities and the Spiti Valley. You can also hire a private automobile or a cab.

FAQ on Spiti Valley

What make's Spiti famous?

Adventurers' paradise. With fresh air. . the view of the mountains is mesmerising.

How long should you stay in Spiti Valley?

You should plan on spending at least 8 days in the Spiti Valley as it takes 5 days to go from Manali to Spiti via Kinnaur.

When is the ideal time to visit Spiti?

From March to June. . when the temperature swings between 0 and 15 degrees Celsius is the finest time to take in the beautiful splendour of Spiti.

Special Tip

Several settlements in the Spiti Valley, such as Kibber, Losar, Kormik, and Darcha, offer engaging and exciting hike tracks with stunning views. The most popular and enjoyable means to tour the valley are yak and horse safaris. River rafting can be done on the Spiti River while taking in the breathtaking views of the gorgeous surroundings.

By Abhilasha Prasad

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