The Spiti Valley is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti”means “The Middle Land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India. Spiti valley is a research and cultural centre for Buddhists. Highlights include Key Monastery and Tabo Monastery, one of the oldest monasteries in the world and a favourite of the Dalai Lama. It was the location of the scenery and cinematography in the Indian films Paap, Highway and Milarepa.
We started our Journey from Shimla in a 4*4 gypsy to Kalpa our full day spend in a long Journey with some places covered underway. Some Eye-Catching Places was Suicide Point, Narkanda, Wangtu Dam.
Sunrise in Kalpa was a Romantic and priceless thing to watch, then we visited Suicide Point, Old Temple, and Monastery in Kalpa. After that we head towards Nako lake the Beauty in Heavens and Tabo monastery one of the oldest in Spiti valley we halt there to spend some quality time with monks and Local.
The day started with a nice tea and we head towards Gue Mummy of Sangha Tenzin which is around 550 years old, then Dankar monastery one of the popular monasteries in Spiti for his spirituals and majestic view. We halt in Kibber homestay, Kibber one of the topmost Wild Life Century in Spiti.
After early morning tea, we head towards Langza, Hikkim, Comic, and Key Monastery full Day Exploring.
Our journey From Kibber to Nako was another great sightseeing of Chicham Bridge which is said to be Asia’s Highest Altitude Bridge.
Nako to Kalpa we restored all our Memories and took a lot of photographs too. We didn't Visit Chitkul because of Heavy Snowfall.
The Journey ends in Shimla with a Pleasent Climate (No more Cold weather). A journey to remember in Freezing Cold, Woodburning Stoves, Alcohol (must Carry), bonfire.