Komic Town: This is the most astounding town in Asia and is situated at a tallness of 5486m situated around 18 kilometers from Kaza town. The excellence of this town will leave you stunned encompassed by all-encompassing mountain sees.
Hikkim: Spiti valley additionally makes a case for the universes most elevated mail station in the town Hikkim at an elevation of 4,400m. An incredible stop off and photograph operation or why not send a postcard?
Key Religious community: A standout amongst the most well known and shot places in Spiti Valley is the dazzling Key Cloister Going back to 1000 Advertisement this religious community is home to more than 300 Buddhist lamas and sits at an elevation of 4,166m.
Ladarcha Fair– An energetic festival that happens in Kaza amid the long stretch of July or August. One of the biggest celebrations in Spiti exhibiting a clamoring market, conventional melody, move, and outfits.
OUTSIDE OF KAZA However IN SPITI VALLEY:
The Mummy of Spiti Valley: Situated in the little town of Giu lies the preserved group of Sangha Tenzin a Lama who passed on at 45 years old about a large portion of a century prior. It is said that the mummy was found by police while doing street development work.
Pin Valley: A national park in the area that is home to spectacular landscape as well as uncommon and exceptional Himalayan widely varied vegetation and the subtle snow panther.
Tabo Cloister: A staggering old religious community that goes back to 996A.D and houses inestimable frescos, statues, canvases and parchments.
Chandratal Lake: A delightful shining blue lake with night outdoors offices accessible, the ideal spot for stargazing!
Nako Lake: No trek to Spiti valley is finished without a visit to Nako, the most lovely spot I have ever been! Nako has a little yet serene lake situated in Nako town encompassed by lovely willow trees and dazzling mountain vistas.
Nako Religious community: An old buddhist cloister situated in the languid however charming town of Nako.
Suraj Tal: A heavenly lake that mean Pool of the Sun God. This emerald green excellence is the third most noteworthy lake in India.
The Mummy of Spiti Valley: Situated in the little town of Giu lies the embalmed assemblage of Sangha Tenzin a Lama who kicked the bucket at 45 years old almost a large portion of a centuries prior. It is said that the mummy was found by police while doing street development work