Kaza Hill Station



In the exotic valley of Spiti is located the hill station of Kaza. The Kaza hill station is infact the chief town and the center of administrative importance of the valley of Spiti.

Kaza hill station is a very calm and quiet place in Himachal Pradesh. The hill station of Kaza is bifurcated into two- old town and new town.

The new town of Kaza houses some of the government buildings. The famous Ki Monastery is located at a distance of 11 kilometers from Kaza hill station. This monastery is the most renowned and the biggest monastery of the valley of Spiti.

The amazing hill station of Kaza can be reached from Shimla by covering 425 kilometers. The Kaza town is the sub-divisional headquarter of the Spiti valley.

A PWD rest house is also there at Kaza for the guests. Besides there is a private hotel for boarding and lodging of the tourists. At a time Kaza used to be the head quarter of Nono in Spiti valley.

Kaza hill station is very well linked up with Manali and Shimla of Himachal Pradesh. But during the winters, the excessive snowfall cuts off this connection. Kaza is located in the vicinity of the Shimla and Kullu airports. Moreover, one can also avail buses and cabs from Manali and Shimla.

A well known monastery that is located closely to Kaza hill station is the Thang Yud. This was built in the 14th Century. Tourists visiting the Kaza hill station do visit this monastery.



Last Updated on : 29/05/2013





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