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For those interested in tracking wildlife on the roof of the world, follow the trails of the elusive Snow Leopard and the Himalayan Wolf and get an insight into the human-wildlife relation in the region. A treasure-trove of biological diversity the region is home
to more than 450 species of rare and endangered Medicinal & Aromatic Plants that dot these pristine alpine trails.

The geological history of Spiti dates back to over 500 million years. Various unique and rare fossils of marine life dot the landscape, among others, Ammonites and Trilobites. Some of the earliest legged creatures, relatives of crabs, centipedes and spiders of the Paleozoic Era are found here.

Pin Valley National Park: Best known for the Siberian Ibex
and the Snow Leopard, the core zone of the park covers an area of 675 sq km with a buffer of 1,150 sq km. The Rupi Bhabha wildlife sanctuary is located to the south and the buffer zone of the
Great Himalayan National Park to the south-west. MORE

Kibber Wild Life Sanctuary: Spread over an area of about 1400 sq km KWLS is segregated in an outer buffer zone and an inner "protected area". MORE

TRACKING THE WORLDS HIGHEST PREDATORS: While the Snow Leopard doesn't need much introduction, the Himalayan Wolf found in Spiti is the oldest surviving species of wolves in the world dating back to more than 8,00,000 years. The 'Canis Lupus Laniger' or the 'Himalayan Wolf', locally known as 'Shanku' has its home in the highlands of Spiti. Get a unique insight into the habitat of the Himalayan Wolf , peep into their dens ....up, close and personal!
 
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