Kaza is the headquarters of Spiti and located at 3750 meters from sea level. It is laid back town and will compel you to adapt to its speed. In no time you would start planning your next trip (may during the harsh winters as well) or even settle down there. Reaching Kaza The only way… Read More All about Kaza
In my Spiti road trip, one thing that stood out was my stay at this Namsey homestay. This was one of the best homestay experience I ever had – a home away from home. Run by Dr. Suresh and his family, the homestay is located near helipad in the very small but incredibly beautiful city… Read More Namsey Homestay – Home away from home
Congratulations on your decision to visit Spiti Valley. You are definitely up for some amazing times of your life. Travel via Shimla – Kinnaur – Spiti – Manali Route This route has many advantages over Manali – Spiti route but the foremost one which I can think of is acclimatization. The NH 22 provides a… Read More Planning Spiti – Things to keep in Mind !!!
Spiti Valley road trip is my first road trip in the dry regions of northern Himalayas. Like most of you, I also faced a moral dilemma of Spiti or Ladakh and honestly it wasn’t that hard decision. I always like to travel in lesser touristy parts so went ahead with Spiti. Next, comes the harder… Read More Spiti Circuit in 9 Days – Detailed Travelogue !!!
Planning to visit Spiti Valley? Looking for an experienced driver? And a comfortable ride? Your search ends here. Meet Deepu. He has more than 12 years of driving experience in Spiti Valley and owns an Innova. I found him to after dozens of calls to drivers listed on Devils on Wheels website. Most of them either… Read More My Friend Deepu !!!
If you ask me about the happiest place I have even been to in India, the answer would be Kasol without any second thought. It’s a perfect ‘go and do nothing’ destination. Kasol is a small town with more tourists than locals, tourists who came here and never left. Such is the magic. Reaching Kasol… Read More Kasol – A bundle of Joy
DOs Travel in toy train from Kalka. Try for shivalik exp which leaves Kalka at 5 30 in the morning and Shimla at 5 in the evening. It is well connected with Howrah-Kalka exp, doesn’t leave unless any of the connecting train has arrived. Himalayan Queen is the other train which leaves Kalka at 12 15 noon.… Read More Shimla – Dos & Don’ts for Solo Traveler