Visit a Mummy:
The village of Giu, situated at 3,200 metres (10,499 feet), is home to a 500-year-old mummy kept in a glass chamber. It's a well-preserved specimen, complete with hair and teeth. According to local legend, the mummy is a meditating lama whose body was hidden under a glacier after an earthquake and lived there for over 500 years before being uncovered by Indo-Tibetan police officers.
Some say there is a living deity who has been watching over the hamlet for years. There are various theories as to why it exists, but whatever the case might be, it is well worth a visit.
Visit the world's highest post office:
Hikkim, the world's highest post office, is located between Komik and Langza villages at 4,389 metres (14,400 feet). It has been operational since 1983, according to sources. It is an hour or two by cab from Kaza or a three-hour walk uphill from Kaza village: the route is precariously cut into the barren mountains, but it is well worth the effort.
The Main Monastery is one of Himachal Pradesh's must-see attractions near India's eye-catching Spiti river in the Spiti Valley. The magnificent Tibetan Buddhist Monastery, also known as the Kye Gompa or Ki and Kee Monastery, is situated on a picturesque hilltop at an elevation of 4,166 metres above sea level.
The 1000-year-old monastery, built-in 1100 CE, is also the largest in the Indian district of Lahaul and Spiti. Dromtön (Brom-ston, 1008-1064 CE), a pupil of Atisha, a renowned tutor of the 11th century, is thought to have founded the glorious Key Monastery.
The breathtaking monastery, which is home to about 250-300 Lamas, Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leaders, also serves as a fully functioning religious training ground for Lamas run by a Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhist monks. The ancient monastery, with its breath-taking architecture and eerie similarity to fantasy literature, will enchant you.
The breath-taking monastery, which is home to about 250-300 Lamas, Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leaders, also serves as a fully functioning religious training ground for Lamas run by a Gelug sect of Tibetan Buddhist monks. The ancient monastery, with its breath-taking architecture and eerie similarity to fantasy literature, will enchant you. It is also known as the Sun God's Bath, and it is said that taking a swim in this holy lake will cleanse you of all your sins.
The majesty of this lake is amplified during the winter, as the mountains surrounding it are blanketed with clouds of snow, and it seems to be nothing less than a divine abode. Since the climatic conditions are close to those found in the Polar region, its areas are primarily uninhabited. This lake is not only a scenic paradise for nature lovers and a heavenly delight for divine souls, but it is also a popular destination for trekkers and motorcyclists. This lake is located on the Manali-Leh path, which is well-known for bike trips and trekking, is the most prominent explanation for its popularity.
It also involves Baralacha-La-Pass, which acts as the starting point for a variety of adventurous treks. Motorcyclists and adventure seekers often stop at Suraj Tal to take a break from their trip and set up camp for a relaxing stay.
The Buddhist king Yeshe O'd laid the cornerstone for this primordial in 996 A.D. Tabo Monastery is one of the most visited historical sites in Lahaul and Spiti Valley because of this. The monastery's walls are rich with priceless sculptures, statues, frescos, and murals that live up to the moniker "Ajanta of the Himalayas." Unlike the other monasteries on hills, the Tabo monastery is located at the bottom of the valley, in the rugged desert of Tabo Valley.
The monastery temple complex was looked after by India's Archaeological Survey, which declared it a "national historical treasure" of India. The monastery drawings are now as fresh as new, despite being from prehistoric times, which is one of the main reasons to visit this ancient monastery.
This monastery was completely rebuilt after being severely destroyed during the 1975 Kinnaur earthquake. The 14th Dalai Lama instituted the Kalachakra Festival (a beginning and rejuvenation process) in 1983, marking the monastery's 13th year of existence. The monastery's rich heritage makes it a "must-see" destination.
Kunzum Pass is a breath-taking mountain pass in the Himalayan Kunzum Range. The Kunzum Pass is a majestic sight to see, located at an elevation of 15,060 feet above sea level in the glorious state of Himachal Pradesh. The fifteen hairpin turns along the way are one of the Pass's most thrilling features.
While these turns have a stunning view of the routes, they also make the Pass a measure of the travellers' driving abilities. Visitors to the Pass involve adventure drivers and bikers who are searching for a thrill.
The Kunzum Pass is one of India's highest motorable passes, serving as a connecting point between the Lahaul and Spiti valleys. It is 122 kilometres from Manali town and leads to Kaza town. Kunzum Pass is a photographer's paradise! Glaciers, snow-capped hills, and the valley below offer spectacular scenic opportunities.