Kaza Ki Kibber Gete Trek
One of the shorter, however hugely intriguing, treks in the region of Kaza. Every one of the three spots on the course Ki, Gete and Kibber-lie toward the north of Kaza, with Ki being an insignificant 11 km from Kaza. Ki is one of the biggest, most established and most essential Buddhist cloisters in Spiti, and commended a thousand years of its presence in 2000, when the Dalai Lama played out a prestigious ritual known as the kalachakra function at the religious community. Home to around 300 ministers, the Ki gompa has a vital gathering of customary religious works of art (thangkas) and sacred texts. At the cloister is a little guesthouse, and there are offices for outdoors.
Spend the night at Ki, then set out toward Kibber, 19 km from Kaza and one of the most elevated towns on the planet. Kibber gloats of a little bank, a town and a mail station, however the town of Gete, which cases to be the most noteworthy town on the planet, is not exactly so blessed. Gete's at a tallness of near 16,000 ft, and is congenial just by walking. From Gete, trek back to Kibber, where you can camp for the prior night going to Kaza.