No one can describe the beauty of Spiti Valley villages better than the saying of Rudyard Kipling, when he says, “Surely the Gods must live here, this is no place for men.”
Located at an average altitude of 12,500 feet above the sea level, the beautiful Spiti valley consists of overrated alpine trees scattered on the land of the villages of white washed mud homes and the antique monasteries. If you are preparing to travel the world of mountains and valleys, then it is the best destination to start with- a mirror image of God gifted beauty of Spiti valley is the trekkers delight.
To make your life exciting and different from the regular tours, you can try out visiting the villages of the Spiti valley which will bring in some unfolded beauty of the nature. A design of seven days of jeep tour towards these villages experience in less than a week time is an unforgettable journey overall.
Spiti valley villages has a population of 10000+ people spread over the three levels of altitude, the Lower, the Middle and the Upper.
[Explore Chadar Trek in Zanskar river]
Kaza- main among Spiti valley villages
It is the finest place to visit, known as the main region of the administrative centre of the Spiti valley. A region on the elevated ground of 12, 500 feet has a rocky atmosphere, with the river banks, flowing with it, making it look beautiful all over. The streets of the village are unlike any other village undeveloped and rugged because of the altitude and the environment. The harshness of the winter in the place does create a tight situation for the villagers to move here and there. Handicraft item makers are largely found here; if you are a handicraft love, you can take home some memories of it.
Mud- rugged beauty of Spiti valley villages
A nicely designed nature’s creation is fixed on the land, like a series of houses if you glance at it from far across the sight of nature. It is the village where you can complete the Pin Bhaba Trek to the rugged terrains of the Pin Parvati pass trek. This small village is situated on the banks of the gushing Pin Parvati River, flowing from the Himalayas with all its might.
Dhankar- Monastery special among Spiti valley villages
It is one of the remarkable villages, once the very capital of Spiti valley. It is situated at an elevation of 3,890 meters above the sea level, with a balance of unforgettable sight-seeing that will leave you in wow feeling. The green lushes of the valleys the cliffs of rugged and rocky Mountains are an enchanting view all over. The most attractive feature of the Dhankar one of the attractions among Spiti valley villages is this textured monastery its deadly ruined forts, lake views and the inspiring beauty of the valley creates a mesmerizing beauty.
Lhalung- feel the excitement traversing Spiti valley villages
Moving on a jeep ride to these villages is not only exciting, but you will unfold a new version of nature that you have never experienced before. Lhalung a beautiful village in the short list of Spiti valley villages and is positioned at a height of 12,000 feet above the sea level with a cool and serene weather. This place is rich in minerals- flora and fauna which includes the Seabuckthorn trees a special kind of tree found in this region of India.
Demul- explore the lunar surface of Spiti valley villages
A more lively Demul Village with an alluring beauty has a captivated vista at 14300 feet above the sea level. An exceptional place for spending the maximum time, of your trip. The beauty of the Himalayas surrounding it has a remarkable effect that will win your heart in every respect.
Lanzga- the abode of Spiti valley villages
This amazing Lanzga village of all the Spiti valley villages is nestled between the mountain ranges in a bowl shape at an elevation of 14,500 meters above the sea level in the northern part of the Himalayas. The gushing valleys of the village full of green agriculture bring in a new view to the rugged valley. It is considered as the height villages of the world which has a motorable road journey.
[Triund trek and Laka Trek in Mcleodganj Dharamshala]
Losar – the most famous among Spiti valley villages
A small village in the Lahaul district of Spiti valley, Losar is close to Chinese Indo border with the series of mountains across it, located at an altitude of 13,400 feet above the sea level. This place is remote with less accessibility, thus very few travelers visit the place, but when they do they enjoy the journey immensely.
[Splendour of Himachal: Kareri lake trek and Indrahar pass trek]
Komik- the highest among Spiti valley villages
In the great lesser side of the Himalayan ranges lies the rocky tiny village Komik towering 15,207 feet above the sea level. The place is rugged with the snow-capped mountain ranges and motorable road ways. The villager’s seldom venture out of their place in search of market and food on a daily basis.
[Himalayan abode: Valley of flowers trek and Kedarkantha trek in Uttarakhand]
Kibber- romancing with Spiti valley villages
A spontaneous place Kibber is the height polling station and post office in the region. The place has an overflowing of snow-capped peaks in the winter which brings an enchanting view all over.
[Choice of a lifetime: Ladakh tour package]
Tashigang of Spiti valley villages
This beautiful village is the one where you can take the chance to drive on the land of the serenity. The captivating view has a breath taking effect.
[Rupkoond trek in Uttarakhand]
The Kee Village of the Spiti valley is famous for the Key Monastery, a religious training ground, one of the largest in Spiti and North India. It is situated on the way crossing Tashigang village. The beauty of the monastery makes it a must visit place on your trip list.
[Trek in Sikkim: Singalila trek]
This is a remote small village in the Spiti valley with almost 11 houses. The scarce environment makes it most attractive- a stopover place.
The beauty of the entire Spiti valley villages has generic effect- many other villages are witnessed while you are on the way from Kaza to Manali highway. A guide with excellent knowledge will be your directing master during the trip. Make the best of it.
[Perfect family trip: Shimla Kullu Manali tour package]
Soumi Sarkar– A passionate writer -loves to explore the world of adventure and give it an outline with my write ups. I am a student of social science in a renowned university, venturing into the land of custom writings to fulfil the hunger of explaining the world with the noteworthy descriptions.