Location: Pin Valley National Park is situated to the south of famous Spiti valley, lying in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. In the year 1987, this park, which is located in the cold desert area of the region, was declared as national park.
Description: Alternatively called as the land of Siberian Ibex and Snow Leopards, Pin Valley National Park extends over an area of about 1875 sq km. This national park has many unexplored regions and snow covered peaks which make up a perfect background for clicking some beautiful photographs. Tourists can avail help from the local guides, which are present in the park’s periphery, to explore this park comfortably. The park welcomes nature lovers and bird watchers alike. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy themselves amidst rare flora and fauna of the region while bird lovers can easily spot exotic bird species. Birds, such as Tibet Snow Finch, Snow Partridge, Chukor and Himalayan Snowcock can be easily sighted here.
Activities: Travelers can also explore the nearby locations and get closer to the Tibetan culture and history. A large number of Buddhist monasteries, holy shrines and other structures reflecting Tibetan culture are present in the vicinity. Vacationers can also stay at the bunkers which have been constructed to provide a unique experience to the visitors.