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Spiti Tourism

Welcome to the Surreal Wonders of Spiti Valley
Tourism In Spiti

Rated 4.0/5 (based on 47 reviews)

Quick Information

Current weather:

Best time to visit:

May - Oct


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Ideal Duration:

5-6 Days

Nature Mountains Adventure

About Spiti Destinations

Nestled in the Himalayan mountain range in Himachal Pradesh, Spiti valley welcomes travellers with intermittent greenery, picturesque deserts, snow-capped mountains, and long winding roads for an impeccable journey. With an altitude of 12,500 feet above the sea level, this place is one of the coldest locations in the country. Accessible via motorway only during the months of summer, Spiti is one of the remotest locations to visit to. Hence, this lesser known place- a hidden isolated gem- is for the ones who dare to drift from the usual tourist trails. Aptly named as ‘Spiti’ which means ‘The Middle Land’, it divorces India from Tibet. Evoking strong comparisons with the latter, it leaves visitors spellbound while one gets acquainted with quaint old Spiti valley monasteries, monks in their robes and prayer flags fluttering in the wind that portray a duplicate picture of Tibet.

With a bevy of trekking trails to choose from, this scantily populated place is a paradise for adventure lovers. As one gets on a Spiti tour and starts trekking from Kaza to various peaks, a panoramic view of the Himalayan mountains await for a breathtaking experience. While taking an easy trek from Dhankar Monastery to Dhankar Lake, one can savour spectacular views and enjoy some soulful moments amidst the chilled mountain breezes. And, as one crosses the mountain ropeway from Kibber to Chichum, a bird’s-eye view of the surrounding peaks are there to blow them away.   


How To Reach Spiti

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By Air

Traveling to Spiti by air is not an easy task because the Spiti Valley nearest airport is in Kullu which is around 260 kilometers away. Therefore, one still has to cover a lot of ground while traveling to Spiti by air. It takes ...

By Train

The nearest railway station to Spiti Valley is Joginder Nagar Railway Station which is 360 kilometers away from the valley. Hence, while traveling to Spiti by train, one will still have to cover a long road journey.

As the Jog...

By Road

Traveling to Spiti by road is one of the most adventurous as well as convenient options for people traveling from nearby cities like Chandigarh, Delhi, Punjab, Uttarakhand, and more. There are various routes via which one can reac...

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FAQ's of Spiti

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What are the best places to stay in Spiti?

Though, one may book government accommodations and private guest houses for stay in Spiti; it is highly recommended to go for local homestays for an unforgettable experience and to get acquainted with their traditions and culture.

What are the best eating options in Spiti?

One may relish Indian and Tibetan food in Spiti restaurants.

What is the best duration to visit Spiti?

The best duration for a tour of Spiti is between the months of May and October.

How can one reach to Spiti?

Spiti can be reached via road only. Being one of the remotest locations, it is not well-connected via rail or air.  

How many days one require for a comfortable visit to Spiti?

For a trip from Manali or Shimla to Spiti, it takes around 10 days.

About Spiti Destinations

Though, Spiti remains cut off from the rest of India for almost 6 months, it still manages to attract many visitors thanks to its fascinating culture, picturesque valleys and delish cuisines. With thick Himalayan snow blocking the mountain passes, the summer duration ranging from mid May to mid October is the best time to visit this offbeat tourist destination. Besides culture and natural beauty, a tour of Spiti has a lot to offer. With a travel to Spiti, here’s a chance to visit the world’s highest motorable village- Komic village. Having a monastery at its entrance, this storehouse of ancient fossils with small hills to hike around is the highest point of Spiti trip. In addition to camping and trekking, and  enjoying the sightseeing of monasteries and wildlife sanctuary, Spiti Valley has a romantic place like Kaza to allure newlyweds also. And, that’s what makes people asking for more!