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Spiti Valley is one of Himachal’s best kept secrets. But with its raw, natural beauty being discovered by many travelers, it has now become a little more commercial than before. Even so, not too many tourists are able to visit it due to its inaccessible roads and the amount of time it takes to get here. However, that did not stop the folks at PixelDo Media. They packed their bags and headed to the villages of Spiti Valley to shot these amazing aerial videos. Starting from a focal point, the videos zoom out to show us the beautiful, rugged landscape of these villages in a way you have never seen before. Take a look and be mesmerized. Also Read - Unlock 1 in Haryana: Faridabad to Follow Existing Guidelines For Now, New Directions Tomorrow

1. Key Monastery

Located at a height of 4166m above sea level, Key Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in the area. You can even stay here for a night and experience the life of monks. Also Read - Star Sports Brings The Best of IPL Rivalries This June

2. Dhankar Village

This village was the capital of Spiti Valley and its name means a fort on the cliff. There is also a lake which is an hour’s hike away from the village. Watch the little village come alive in this video.

3. Kibber Village

This village is pretty high up in the valley and also houses the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary. The Kibber Village also has a ropeway that is above an 800 ft gorge. Sounds pretty adventurous, doesn’t it?

4. Chandra Taal

Located at a height of 4300m above sea level, Chandra Taal is a picturesque village that offers views of the lake and mountains. See it to believe just how beautiful it is.

5. Tabo

Located on the banks of the Spiti River, Tabo is a small town in the valley. It also has a monastery that is about a thousand years old.

6. Langza

With a population of barely 137 people, Langza is a remote village in Spiti Valley situated at an altitude of 14,500 ft above sea level. It is one of the highest villages in the world with a motorable road.

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