Jispa 93 km from Manali and 22.7 km from Keylong is a village in Lahaul in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, located on the banks of the Bhaga River on the Manali-Leh Highway at an altitude of 3,300 meters (10,826 feet) above sea level. This place is a beautiful valley which is a tourist center. This area is surrounded by Spiti Tehsil, Bharmour Tehsil, and Kullu Tehsil.
Here the surrounding area is equipped with high mountains, valleys, and rivers, this valley, adorned with a wonderful combination of nature, is also known as a cold desert. The surrounding forest here is home to species of yaks, dojos, Tibetan antelope, argali, kiang, musk deer, snow leopards, ibex, brown bears, foxes, and other special mountain animal species of birds.
There are many camps on the banks of the Bhaga river which provide facilities for the tourists to stay. A few hotels and homestays are also available in the nearby village where visitors visiting the valley stay overnight and enjoy the local traditional food here.
The Jispa population consists of Tibetan Origen and Indo-Aryan people. Here glimpses of the ancient original form of human civilizations are seen for thousands of years. The Hindi language is spoken here as the official language and the native people here also speak Tibetan languages.
The houses here are a wonderful specimen of ancient art in the Tibetan architectural style, using clay, wood, and stone.
To visit here, people come from Manali by crossing the Rohtang Pass by cab or by crossing the Atal Channel and coming here even though Lahaul. And travelers going to Leh-Ladakh also like to stay here in the riverside camping.
Travelers going from Manali to Spiti also stay at Jispa and visit nearby Sightseeing points here. There are many places to see around here like:- Keylong, Spiti, Kaza, Trilokinath Temple, Pin Valley, Tabo Monastery, etc.
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