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Losar Village
About Losar Village

The Losar village in the Spiti Valley is situated nearby  the Indo Chinese border, and lays claim to being the last livable land before one crosses over to China. Much similar to Ladakh in appearance, the cold desert offers its visitors wonderful views, mountains decorated in multiple colours, and breath-taking views, with the beauty of the place almost unparalleled anywhere else.  
Losar is relatively unfamiliar, with various scenic spots and each has a uniqueness of its own. Being a cold desert and relatively unfamiliar by the tourists, the Spiti Valley has few places of accommodation, although things have surely improved with time, with various new hotels and home stay options having come up in the valley of late. The village of Losar is situated at a height of 13,400 feet, and is located at a distance of 56 km from Kaza, which is the main town of Spiti Valley.  

Losar is the last and also most popular place where one finds accommodation in the valley, mainly due to its closeness to Chandratal or the Moon Lake; its bypassing of the long route between Kaza Keylong and Kaza Manali by about 2.5 hours, due to which the visitor is saved from the treacherous land of the Kunzam Pass; and lastly because of the visual enjoyment it offers to the visitors. Due to the height at which Losar is situated, acute mountain sickness is a problem encountered frequently over there, and it is thus essential for the visitor to be adequately prepared for such emergencies.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Losar is between the months of July and September, when the roads are open to the general public.There are no timings for visiting Losar, although driving in and out and night should be avoided.

 


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