Ever wondered how it feels to stay in a camp from where you can see cold desert mountains. Most of the people know that only Ladakh has cold desert mountains in India. But In Himachal Pradesh, there is a beautiful valley somewhere 4 hours of drive distance from honeymoon paradise Manali. It is Spiti Valley situated in the middle of Indian and Tibetan border. It is a less travelled destination with the very least population in the country. But this is what makes it an ideal hotspot for camping as most of the people head out to camping tours to spend time with the marvels of nature covered with utmost quietness.
Spiti comes under Lahaul and Spiti District. Both of these valleys are isolated by Kunzum Pass or Rohtang Pass. Kaza is the capital of Spiti. If you happen to be in Spiti, you must visit its striking monasteries among which Ki Monastery and Dhankar Monastery is highly renowned. Some of the lakes in Spiti are the highest and the loveliest lakes in the world such as Chandratal Lake and Surajtal Lake. Buddhism is the major religion of Spiti and so it also celebrates many festivals.
Camps in Spiti are the way of exploring this cold desert mountainous land. It is perfect for rejuvenation and you feel like you are in a lonely planet. You can seek the best adventure out of mountain-biking and trekking. Camps in Spiti add sparkle to your camping vacation. Adventure camps in Spiti are fun-frolic. Numerous activities are held under the expert guidelines. Comfortable tents are beautifully arranged. Bonfire in the evening with light music mesmerizes to great extent. Camps in Spiti are the best choice for couples. A group of adventurous bikers must indulge in the rocky roadways of this cold deserted valley. Spiti camps offer amazing camping packages on which you must keep an eye in order to book the best camp and to take the larger bite of Spiti. Winters are extremely cold in Spiti with continuous snowfall.
How To Reach Spiti
The nearest airport to Spiti is Bhuntar Airport at Kullu. The nearest Railway Station is Jogindernagar Railway Station or Shimla Railway Station. There are two routes to reach Spiti on Manali-Leh Highway. One is from Shimla and the other is from Manali. From Shimla, you have to take any means of transport to Reckong Peo in Kinnaur District and from there you will head out to Kaza which is the capital of Spiti. There are direct buses operating from Manali to Kaza.