Departure – June – September
Kaza is Ladakh at its rugged best. An amazing hill station, Kaza is a chief town in the majestic Spiti valley. Spiti means middle land – between India and Tibet. The Spiti valley receives very little rainfall is bound on both sides by Lahaul and Kullu valley. The locals pronounce Spiti as Piti. The hills are rugged and rocky with zero vegetation projecting spectacular shapes formed due to millions of years of wind erosion. Its a quiet and serene location with the famous Ki Monastery and the 14th century Thang Yud Monastery. Kaza can be reached from Kalpa (222 Km) which lies in the South east via Tabo which is 47 Km from and also from Shimla .