Known as the “Little Tibet”, the geographical features of Spiti is similar to that of Tibet; even the topography, climate and the flora are alike. It is located in the Himalayas in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti means ‘the middle land’, and is rightfully called so because it is positioned in between Tibet and India. There is a dominant influence of Buddhist culture in Spiti, more inclined towards the Tibetan Buddhism. This region is least populated in the country, covered with a high altitude alpine land, with scattered villages and monasteries.
It is 12,500 in height and is separated from the Kullu valley by the Rohtang Pass. Kunzum Pass further separates Spiti from lahaul, leaving each other disconnected, especially during the winters. You can access this valley from Shimla crossing Kinnaur, from there the roads are in a fine condition till Kaza. This tourist destination is not very easy to get to, but the moment you step into Spiti, all the struggles are far gone. The alluring beauty of the place is mesmerizing; surrounded by snow capped mountains, long stretches of dry lands with hills and ever flowing rivers and lakes. It is an ideal place for the nature lovers and for adventure trips. A trip to Spiti will be a complete holiday to get refreshed and content; there are spectacular natural sites to visit like: Kaza, Dhankar, Lhalung, Lossar and more.
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