Day 4: Kaza City Tour
Kaza City Tour
after Breakfast, We Visit the World Famous Ki Monastery. the Car Will First Stop At the Base of the Monastery Hill for the Ultimate Photo Opportunity of this Remarkable Structure. with Over 1000 Years’ Worth Stories to Tell, the Ki Monastery Situated At a Height of 13,668 Feet Was Founded By a Disciple of the Famous Atisha, in the 11th Century .then We Will Move Farther Down the Valley to the Picturesque Village of Kibber. Located At a Height of 4205 Metres and 18 Km from Kaza, this Formerly Highest Permanently Inhabited Village of this Region, is also a Popular Base Camp to Embark On Adventure and Treks to Adjoining Mountains of High Altitude. the Expanses of Beautiful Landscapes and Immeasurable Beauty of the Snow-tipped Mountains Makes the Place a Haven for Nature-lovers and Photographers Alike.
later, We Drive to Some of the Highest Inhabited Regions of the World.
the Highest Village in Asia, Comik, Which Literally Translates to ‘eye of a Snow Cock’, is Situated At a Height of 4513 Metres. this Farming Village Has a Population of 84 People, Living in Utter Isolation, Cut-off from the Rest of the World for Most Parts of the Year. this Little Hamlet Ensures to Bring You Thousands of Miles Away from Your Familiar Settings to a Place of Soft Brown Pastures and Snow-white Mountain Peaks. After Komik, We Head to the Picturesque Village of Langza. Once You are Here, You Can Walk About the Village and Visit the Ancient Lang (temple) Which is Estimated to Be Around 1000 Years Old. At Langza, Trek Back to the Prehistoric Era When Spiti Was Submerged By the Tethys Sea as You Explore a Land Very Rich with Fossils of Marine Animals and Plants Which Were Here Millions of Years Ago.overnight Stay At Kaza.