A journey that leaves you yearning for more. Travelling into Spiti Valley "The Middle Land" between India and Tibet is one such experience that fills you with joy and wonder. You come across the places that one would not imagine exists in India. It is one of the most enthralling and enriching experience for mountains lovers.
One fine day I got a call from one of my good friend and she invited me for her wedding. And to my surprise it was in Reckong Peo, the headquarters of Kinnaur District. I instantly had my calling to visit the splendid Spiti circuit.
While preparing my itinerary I came across various useful blogs and information from internet but none of them gave me the complete insight on how to cover the circuit through public transport or shared cabs. While planning a trip, one of the most important thing is the mode of conveyance one opts for.
I have decided to right this blog for those who are willing to visit the Spiti without their private vehicle like bike or car and to give you more insight on experiencing Spiti through different modes of transport.
What is Spiti Circuit?
It is a kind of a loop formed when one starts the journey from Shimla and ends up in Manali or vice a versa by journeying through all the wonders of Spiti Valley. I completed the lap starting from New Delhi -> Shimla -> Kalpa -> Kaza -> Manali ->New Delhi but one can also start from Manali.