Ki (Key ) Gompa (4116 m) : It is 12 km from Kaza. Perched on a hilltop, it is one of the most visited monasteries. It was built in the 14th century and has the largest collection of Kangyur, the ancient Buddhist texts.
Dhankar (3770 m) : It is 24 km from Kaza. The monastery once was a fort and dhankar, in local dialect, means a fort. Here once lived Nono, the ruler of Spiti. Buddhist scriptures in Bhoti are available here these days.
Tabo (3050 m) : It is 47 km from Kaza. Its exquisite wall paintings and stucco statues have given it the acronym Ajanta of Himalayas. Founded in 996 AD, it has been declared as the World Heritage site by UNESCO. This largest monastic complex in Spiti has an old section comprising nine temples, twenty three chortens, a monk's and a nun's chamber separately. Tabo's sanicitity is next to
Atrangu : A village on Kaza-Kinnaur route opens the path to Pin valley formed by the Pin river. The chowmutrhi horse of this valley especially of Sugnam and Kungri Panchayats are very famous and are sold immediate during the Lavi Fair held at
Kibber (4205m) : It is 20 km from Kaza. Its importance is because it is the permanently inhabited highest village connected by motorble road. This road has further touched the