Day 3:Visit Key Monastery and Pin Valley. Overnight stay at Kaza.
Being remotely located atop a hill overlooking endless plains, the Key Monastery is a world famous center for learning and is an obvious choice for those seeking peace and calm.
Declared a national park in 1987, Pin Valley has altitudes ranging from 11,000 to 20,000 feet and is home to at least 12 endangered snow leopards.
In addition, other animals indigenous to the region are the Siberian Ibex, Bharal, Weasel, Red Fox, and Marten. Birds such as the Pika, Griffon, Golden Eagle, Bearded Vulture, Chukor, and Raven can be spotted flocking to the skies of the picturesque valley.
We first visit the Tailing hanging bridge and then the beautiful hamlet of Mud – the last motorable village of the Pin Valley.
Overnight at Kaza.