Shimla is present Capital of Himachal Pradesh India. In British Rule Shimla was the Summer Capital of British India. Shimla is also known as the HILLS QUEEN SHIMLA and blessed with many Historical places, Natural beauties, Religious places and temples. Jakhoo Temple, Kalibari Temple, Tara Devi Temple, Sanktmochan Temple etc. and Historical Places such as The Christ Church, The Ridge, The Mall, Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex, State Musium of Shimla, Advance Studies, Hp university Summer hill Shimla etc.
Kalpa is a small but most beautiful village in Sutlej River Valley famous for its apple onrchards. Kapla is dedicated to Hindu & Buddhist Gods and Goddesses. India’s first ever voter Mr. Shayam Sarar Negi also belongs to Kalpa. Elevation of Kalpa is 2960 mtr (9,710 ft.) View of high mountains are very clear from Kalpa and Sacred Shivling Rock on Kailash is also visible from Kalpa.
Nako is famous for its big water lake known as NAKO LAKE & Village. View of this place seems that the village is half buried in the lake’s border. Willow and poplar trees are making this place amazing. There is a water fall nearby which has snow water falling like a river of milk. It is about 3,700 mtr (12,050 ft).
Tabo Monastery is located in the Tago Village of Spiti Valley which was founded in 996 AD. Bhuddhist religious people and temples can be main attraction of here. This place is a meditation place, where you may feel complete peace in your mind. Elevation: About 3200 mtr. (about 11,000ft.)
Dhankar is a very beautiful village which has also a Gompa, a Bhudhist Temple in the distt. of Lahaul and Spiti. Key Monastery, Tangyud Monastery in Spiti, and Thisktse, Likir, Rangum Monasteries in Ladakh are famous tourist spots here. Dhankar Lake is also having stunning view and place of people most attraction in Dhankar. Elevation : About 3900 mtr. (13,000 ft.)
Kaza is the subdivisional headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley in the Lahaul Spiti District. Bhuddhist Culture is famous here. Kaza is largest township and commercial center of the Spiti Valley. Elevation: 3,700mtrs (12,000ft.)
Langza is very small village about 5-10 homes including. Old monastery and a beauful statue of Lord Budha. Its elevation is about 4100mtrs and 14050 ft.
Komik village is most beautiful place at the height of 4,520 mtr. About 15,000 ft. Tangyud Monastery is main attraction of this village. However Hikkim is also at the distance of 2 kms from here.
Key Monastery is the biggest monastery of Spiti Valley. It is also famous place or Training Centre for Lamas. This place is situated at about 4,200mtr. Or about 14,000 ft from the see level. The view of Spiti River makes you refresh here.
Kibber is a village of Spiti Valley at 42,70 mtrs or 14,300ft. Kibber is 16 kms away from Kaza. Parang La is connected from kibber. Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary is main attraction point to the all visitors.
Keylong stretches along the north side of the green Bhaga Valley just below the Manali–Leh road, and it’s an overnight stop for many buses plying that route. Many travellers only see Keylong briefly and in the dark, but a longer stay reveals grand mountain views, a laid-back small-town lifestyle and some scenic walks.
An important stopover on the Leh-Manali highway, Sarchu lies on the boundary of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Situated at an elevation of just over 14,500 ft between the Himalayan mountain passes of Baralacha La and Lachlung La, Sarchu is of great importance mainly due to its location on the Leh-Manali highway.