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Accommodation review – Samsong Guest House, Losar

Samsong Guest House, Losar, Spiti, India Location – 7/10 Located in the quiet little village of Losar, which marks the exit check point of Spiti Valley. The weather wasn’t great while we were here so we didn’t get chance to explore much, although…

Our journey to Spiti – Day 8 – Kaza to Losar and Chandertall

After all the commotion with the filling station running out of fuel and having to stop in Kaza for longer than planned we were finally ready to hit the road and continue on with our journey.  Every day so far we had left…

Our journey to Spiti – Day 5 – Tabo to Dhankar Monastery

Our next destination, Dhankar Monastery was a short 32km away from Tabo on the road towards Kaza. We heard about the area being one of a kind and also at the start of the week Sanjay suggested we have a “short” walk to…

Accommodation Review – Dhankar Monastery Guest House, Shichilling, Spiti

Dhankar Monastery Guest House, Shichilling, Spiti, India Location – 9/10 AMAZING views! Truly breathtaking views from nearly every where at Dhankar Monastery Guest House (except our room). Nothing much else is around but that’s fine… you don’t need it! It’s time to relax…

Our journey to Spiti – Day 4 – Nako to Gue and Tabo, featuring Mummy Lama

Before reaching our next destination Tabo, also referred to as the Ajanta of the Himalayas, we had a little bit of sightseeing to do along the way. The sun was still shining on us with blue skies but the temperature was lower than…

Accommodation Review – Tashi Khangsar Guest House, Tabo

Tashi Khangsar Guest House, Tabo, Himachal Pradesh 172113, India Location – 8/10 We were situated about a 5-10 minute walk from the village centre where you can find eateries, shops and the famous monasteries and Tabo caves.  You are also surrounded by mountains…

Our journey to Spiti Valley – Day 3 – Kalpa to Nako

Bright-eyed and bushy tailed we had a ‘slowly slowly’ 4 hour journey through long winding roads, valleys and along the River Sutlej and Spiti.  Approximately 100km away near the Indo-China border in Trans-Himalayan region of Kinnaur lies the peaceful little village of Nako…

Our journey to Spiti Valley – Day 1 and 2 – Shimla to Kalpa

Shimla was a great place for us to recover for a few days before heading on with our journey. You can read more about it here in my previous post about going from Delhi to Shimla. After recovering, we met with our friend…