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Langza By pass from Kaza Main Gate, Kaza 175114 India
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Motorcycle Tour Kinnaur Spiti Valley in Himalayas - Trans Himalayan Motorcycle
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Motorcycle Tour Kinnaur Spiti Valley in Himalayas - Trans Himalayan Motorcycle

A 12 days/ 11 nights motor bike tour including unlimited fun & challenge to one of the remotest regions of Himachal Pradesh, viz Kinnaur & Spiti valley. It involves visiting remote valleys, villages and crossing over high mountain passes Rohtang Pass (3980 m) & Kunzum Pass (4550 m) providing spectacular views of picturesque snow capped peaks, rugged terrain and old monasteries. Its an adventure motorcycle tour in Indian Himalayas going into Trans Himalayan regions of Kinnaur & Spiti valley, offering challenging ride and experience of very remote culture, monasteries, insight into Buddhism.
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Aakash K wrote a review May 2020
New Delhi, India568 contributions8 helpful votes
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This place is famous for giant Buddha statue sitting in mountains and protecting the valley. This place offers great views with snow covered peaks and is a nice photo spot
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Rohit J wrote a review Mar 2020
Maldives16 contributions
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I have no words to describe this place. This is the best place I have been in winters in terms of beauty and away from any cities hustle and bustle.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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subrat2710 wrote a review Jan 2020
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India13 contributions5 helpful votes
One cannot ask for more nature and beauty!!! On a clear day, the blue sky, snow clad peaks and the Buddha statue make a perfect click. Did it in July 2019, on my RE TB 500. My only request to people would be to be a bit thoughtful before expecting too much from the home stays/ lodges in such places and writing sad comments. Imagine their lives at that altitude and so far away from even a remote place like Kaza.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Madhurima Darisi wrote a review Dec 2019
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We drove through the chilly air to reach the gigantic Buddha statue in Langza. Amidst the snow clad mountains, the statue sits majestically braving the chilly air. It is an amazing spot for clicking good pictures. Langza is known as the fossil village, as the mountains there contain fossilized stones and can be naturally be found. A few girls came up to the statue selling the fossils they had collected. Once we made our purchase, I initiated a conversation. Shy at first, they told me about their way of life and also played hide and seek with me. All in all, an amazing experience
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Travel See Write wrote a review Nov 2019
New Delhi, India125 contributions41 helpful votes
About 15 km from Kaza, nestling in a Himalayan amphitheatre at a height of 14,500 feet, is a remote village named Langza. It is one of the highest villages in the world that can be reached via a motorable road. There are no star hotels here, only a quaint Himalayan homestay amidst the 30 odd houses that are home to its entire population of about 140 people. ⠀ ⠀ A Buddha statue believed to be some 1000 years old, dominates the landscape, with snow-capped mountains in the background. And beyond this, you’ll find Langza’s main attraction – a Fossil Park littered with buried remains of prehistoric sea creatures! Fossils that conclusively proved that Spiti Valley was once under the Tethys Sea, and millions of years ago, when the Indian and Eurasian plates collided, the Himalayas emerged from this sea.⠀
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Date of experience: October 2019
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