Chicham Bridge: Experience the sights surrounding Asia’s highest road bridge.
Rangrik: A scenic village situated on the banks of River Spiti with an unobstructed view of the historic Key Monastery.
Kaza: Sitting huddled in the corner of Himachal Pradesh, Kaza is a tranquil getaway on the plains of the Spiti River. Lapped by majestic mountains covered in snow, home to meandering and bubbling rivers and streams and picturesque barren landscape with scattered patches of green, Kaza is the dream destination.
Key Monastery: It is the biggest monastery of Spiti Valley. It’s history is a legend. You will be surrounded by original books, scriptures, murals, paintings, and various other artefacts. The vibrations and chants will take you on a journey into your soul.
Hikkim, Komic, Langza: Hikkim is the World’s Highest post office, Komic is world’s highest village and Langza has a giant Buddha Statue that is overlooking the Key monastery.
Kibber: This is a remote village situated in Kibber wildlife Sanctuary known for Snow leopards and World’s Highest bridge, Chicham Bridge.
Dhankar Monastery:This beautiful monastery is locked between the rocky spurs at the top of a cliff in the Dhankar village at an elevation of over 3,800 meters in the Spiti valley.
Mud Village:At an altitude of about 3600 meters, Mud is the last inhabited village of Pin valley, located 50 km away from Kaza.
Pin Valley is one such verdant green patch in Spiti Valley and Mud, the last village in Pin Valley is a charming hamlet.
Tabo: Tabo is the second most popular town in Spiti Valley know for its Chos Khor Gompa (1020 AD) – a monastery which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site depicts the lineage of Buddhism.
Chandrataal: The Moon Lake, Chandratal. Chandrataal Lake in Spiti Valley is considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes in Himachal Pradesh. A trip to Chandrataal would mean a mix of adventure and raw, desolate nature.
Batal: Chacha Chachi Dhaba is the legendary place for Spiti. Enjoy the delicious meal and if lucky get to meet the legendary Chacha and Chachi who Saved and fed 200 trekkers during an emergency.