Spiti Jeep Safari

Spiti Jeep Safari

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Spiti Valley Jeep Safari - Himachal Pradesh has added another jewel to its tourism crown. The state's Lahaul and Spiti districts are regarded as India's Cold Desert. This famous destination is known for trekking, camping, and jeep safari in the Spiti Valley. There are several locations that offer a variety of adventure activities. These areas, however, are only accessible during the summer since they are shrouded in snow the rest of the year. This area is very remote and has minimal living facilities, so it is included in Himachal Pradesh's list of rural and remote districts. Visiting the heaven on earth, on the other hand, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.Apart from tourism, the area's residents depend on agriculture and government funding, as well as special reservations in government jobs throughout the region. Thousands of tourists visit each year, bringing with them lifelong memories. The best time for a Spiti valley jeep safari is from May to September, but the monsoon season begins in July, so it is best to avoid that period. Manali and Shimla Recongpio Districts link Lahaul and Spiti to the rest of India. There is limited public and private transportation, and some areas need a permit from regional officers. The Special Permit Zone includes the Sangla, Kalpa, and Kinnaur regions.Apart from its natural beauty and cold desert climate, the area is known for its Tibetan monasteries and the country's highest village. Spiti is a valley in the Himalayas. Jeep safari is the best choice for visiting here because it provides full facilities as well as a time-saving option for travelling in such remote locations. The Rohtang Pass and Chandertal Lake are the first points of interest on a jeep safari tour. The natural lake has camping sites, which are one of the best places to stay and enjoy exotic nature and Chandertal Lake views at night. Moving on, Kunzum Pass is one of the region's highest-altitude motorable roads. The next Point of Attraction is Kaza.
Despite being a stopover, the city is worth a visit. The region's must-see attractions include the Main Monastery, Khibber Village, and the Monastery in Kaza. Moving on, Nako and Tabo are two more places worth visiting for a night or two to explore the stunning Nako Lake and Tabo Monastery. This is usually the last stop before the tour returns to Manali. However, you can extend your trip by a few days and visit the Kinnaur area before heading to Shimla and returning from there. This week-long trip is one of the most memorable experiences of my life. This trip is appropriate for people of all ages and families.






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