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Three Things To Do In Spiti Valley

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Spiti Valley, popularly known as ‘Little Tibet’ is undoubtedly a place you should not miss if you call yourself a ‘True Traveller’!. The cold desert mountain valley offers you a plethora of activities for you to indulge in including adventure, sightseeing or just reminiscing the past of this place. Spiti is best seen in the months of June to September. On His Own Trip organizes Spiti Valley Trips, Spiti Valley Road Trip package and affordable Spiti Valley Trek package. Spiti is best seen in the months of June to September. You can check out our Spiti Valley trip cost here. Here are the top three adventure activities you could try out when in Spiti Valley.

1. River Rafting

This activity calls out the ones who get an adrenaline rush hearing the word ‘risk and adventure’. The thrilling experience of river rafting in Spiti and Pin rivers is for sure an experience of a lifetime. The rafting covers a distance of 36 kilometrers starting from Nadang to Sumdo. The snowy mountains, majestic hilltop monasteries and alluring views around are an absolute delight to the eyes. Between July to August is the best time to try river rafting in Spiti valley.

2. Camping at Chandratal

Camping at Chandratal
Camping at Chandratal. This lake forms a crescent shape which makes it unique and a place worth experiencing in Spiti.

Situated at 4,300 meters in the Himalayas, this lake form a crescent shape which makes it unique and a place worth experiencing in Spiti. Added to that, there are camps set up by the riverside where you can spend the night by the lake with spectacular views around. The best part is the star gazing at night. You can just sit and spot a zillion stars in the night sky trying to find constellations, and if you’re lucky, you might catch a shooting star!

3. Trek To Dhankar Lake

Trek to Dhankar Lake
Trek to Dhankar Lake. This lake is situated on a cliff at 4,270 metres, right above the Dhankar Monastery.

There is absolutely no other activity that blends peace and adventure as well as the trek to Dhan Kar lake does! This lake is situated on a cliff at 4,270 meters, right above the Dhankar Monastery. It’s time to take out your trekking gears! The trek can be a bit Challenging but the views of the lake more than compensates for all the trouble. 

If you want to tick that archeological bone of yours, you can go fossil hunting to collect some souvenirs. Or, visit the village of Ziu and numerous monasteries in the valley. Or, try the local delicacies at a local café, the list is endless. The popular Little Tibet is definitely worth a wholesome trip!

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