Best of Spiti – In Pictures

The inviting roads, the terrain, the landscapes and topography……. Making up our minds for doing the 11 days road trip with a little baby was not easy at all. It was the first time ever that we were so anxious about our ‘Travel’ plans!! Post baby, the lifestyle changed every bit and traveling together (particularlyContinue reading “Best of Spiti – In Pictures”

Super Seven things about Spiti Valley :) :)

Traveling to Spiti? Things you must know, before you go!! Spiti Valley is one incredible destination that offers variety to your travel experience in myriad ways. The road trip, the distance, the desert valley, the warm culture will evoke emotions never felt before !!! Though the journey to Spiti is challenging, the good part isContinue reading “Super Seven things about Spiti Valley 🙂 :)”

The road that leads to Spiti Valley (II)

Delhi – Shimla – Kinnaur – Spiti Valley in April 2016 This post is part of the series – The road that leads to Spiti Valley Earlier I had shared stunning images of the roads via Shimla – Kinnaur (NH-22)  leading to Spiti Valley. Continuing from Tapri, the virtual tour is here, enjoy the rideContinue reading “The road that leads to Spiti Valley (II)”

The road that leads to Spiti Valley (I)

“Spiti Valley is the land defined as God’s abode”, this place is as unique and spectacular as it’s name. Spiti is a desert mountain valley – the middle land between Tibet and India. We did a road trip to this magical place  in April 2016 with our 11 months old little love in tow. WeContinue reading “The road that leads to Spiti Valley (I)”

An epic road trip to Spiti Valley, the Land of Lamas in India

The Trans Himalayan voyage through Shimla – Kinnaur – Spiti Valley We have done road trips before but the one we were planning this time was totally different. We were bracing ourselves for the drive on one of the most treacherous and deadliest roads of the world. This time it was the thrill of NH-22Continue reading “An epic road trip to Spiti Valley, the Land of Lamas in India”