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Reviewed 25 March 2016

The mystagogic mountains and serene nature make you feel that you are in paradise. Autumn is the best time to visit lahaul valley as it will be less crowded and peaceful.

Date of experience: September 2015
1  Thank Vigzi
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Reviewed 19 March 2016 via mobile

Visited Lahaul - Spiti valleys in summers last year.. The valleys are amazingly beautiful and pristine.. Its far less commercial then Leh- ladakh therefore we liked them better.. Its a definite must visit..

Date of experience: August 2015
1  Thank Gunigagan
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Reviewed 12 February 2016

Lahaul and Spiti is one of the less explored places of the Himachal. The region is pity far from the more known places and takes quite some time to reach there from Delhi / Chandigarh. However, this place is not suitable for people having trouble in breathing (because of the high altitude and low oxygen level). It is also not advisable for people who have a fear with altitude / bad road conditions / not willing to take risks while travelling.
I have done the entire circuit which is listed below:
Howrah – Delhi – Shimla – Narkanda – Kalpa – Tabo – Pin Valley – Kaza – Losar - Kunzum Pass - Manali – Mandi – Chandigarh - Delhi - Howrah

Date of experience: June 2015
2  Thank SayantanKhamaru
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Reviewed 14 January 2016

If you are a Nature lover, this is a place for you. you do not see any concrete jungle or tall structures in this area. This place is full of Buddhist Monasteries and Buddhist temples. though there are hotels and home stays are available in this area for the tourists. The weather of this area is highly unpredictable and one cannot completely reply on the historical data of the weather.

The Moajr attraction of the area is the Tabo Moneastry which was founded in 996 CE situated in Kaza area and the Mummy in the Gihu village who is growing the teeth, nail and hair on the head. Amazing is the right word to express the feelings to visit this area.

Date of experience: February 2015
4  Thank VivekTheTraveler
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Reviewed 7 January 2016

I wanted to visit the Lahaul & Spiti Valley in August 2015 but it didn't materialize. So, when, during my Manali trip in October, I got a chance to drive up to Keylong, I jumped at it. It's made me more determined to visit Lahaul & Spiti in 2016 now.
The valley is beautiful with a scenery unmatched by most places. However, close parallels can be drawn to Bhutan & Ladakh. The terrain is rugged & yet you get to see autumn hues & clear blue rivers.
The roads are a driver's nightmare but that's what makes the valley more appealing & adventurous. On top of all this, when you get to know how the locals stay disconnected from the world for half a year, you realize the might that Nature has.
Exquisite is an understatement!

Date of experience: October 2015
2  Thank LetsGoSightseeing
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