Spiti Valley TourSpiti or ‘Little Tibet’ as it is famously called, is a landscape that seems to be carved out of a painting. The virgin villages, snow-covered mastiffs, treacherous pass, and beautiful lakes make Spiti one of the most stunning places in India. Like any other mountainous place, for your Spiti trip to be memorable and safe, it is very important to understand the place in relation to weather and seasons and decide the best time to visit Spiti valley accordingly.
The summer months of March-June are considered to be the best to visit Spiti not only due to the pleasant weather but also fewer crowds. For that perfect winter vacation, the months of October-February are the best time to visit Spiti. This is when the landscape is frosted in white and one can see the elusive wildlife and the striking frozen waterfalls and lakes.
Monsoon months of July to September lend Spiti a lovely shroud of colours enveloped in the fragrant mountain breeze and glistening golden sunshine. Travelling to Spiti during this time, however, calls for a lot of precaution and planning.
Read on to know more about seasonal factors and weather conditions that will impact your Spiti trip: