Situated in the Trans-Himalayan region of India at an elevation of 3,800 metres (12,500 ft) above average sea level, Kaza is the biggest and most developed town in Spiti valley.
Monastery: This is situated about 20 kms from Kaza. Every visitor is greeted by a complimentary tea. The monks might give a guided tour also. Photography is not allowed inside the prayer rooms but is allowed in the outdoor areas.
Komik village: This is a situated at a height of 4275m. It has a small monastery (women are not allowed inside during prayers). Fossils are also found in this region. The villagers might try to sell the fossils but its probably not legally allowed to buy and transport the fossils.
Kibber village: Frequently , and wrongly claimed by the locals as the highest village in the region.
Sakya Kaza Monastery: A recently built monastery which was inaugurated on July 9th, 2009 by His Holiness The Dalai Lama.
Dhankar Lake: Situated at about an hour's worth of trek from the Dhankar monstery, this lake's pristine waters and surreal location takes you to another place.