Spiti Valley in India is a very remote location with limited tourist infrastructure. This makes this part of the world a little-visited but rewarding destination. Voted as number 8 of the of Lonely Planet Best in Travel Regions 2018 this is a must for adventurers who want to see and experience extreme beauty, remoteness and never to be repeated landscape ever again. From the ancient Monasteries of Tabo, Dhankar and Ky, you will also be able take a glimpse in the exotic life of these remote and isolated communities of Kaza and the small villages that make up this beautiful valley.
As one of their writers describes the Spiti Valley – “Imagine an arid land set high in the Indian Himalaya, a high-altitude desert punctuated by small patches of green and miniature villages of white, flat-roofed houses perched below stark rocky hillsides and jagged snow-covered peaks. Picture high passes blocked by snow and ice for half the year, and scattered stabs of colour from fluttering prayer flags and precariously perched Buddhist monasteries.
John Noble, Lonely Planet writer
There has never been a better time to come and enjoy this amazing place. Get there before it becomes popular!