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We had travelled in July, 2018. Chitkul is so beautiful village of Himachal Pradesh. You gonna fall in love with Nature. It is The Last Village before Indo-Tibetan border. So serene that it would make you forget everything else. Accommodation is cheap and but you...More
Lovely place for nature lovers. Lush green mountains , a free flowing river Baspa, fields of millets and crazy winds made this place unique. You need to climb up/down 1.5 to 2km of steep road to go to the river bank, but it's worth all...More
Chitkul, altitude 11300ft, is a very very beauitful place on the India-China border. The view you get once you park your vehicle and walk further, especially from the river front is just Wow ! Green lush + river flowing + snow clad mountain in the...More
From Gurgaon 1 st week of june, early morning we started with my WagonR. At karnal we had breakfast and continue our journey.
Our Route was Gurgaon-Delhi-Karnal-Ambala-Shimla-Narkanda-Rampur-Sarahan-Sangla-Chitkul.
1st day our destination was sarahan Bhimkali temple. We reached sarahan Bhimkali temple at 8 o' clock at...More
So serene that it would make you forget everything else.! You can go till last checkpost on tibbat boarder and it is surrounded by mountains and fiercely flowing Baspa River..! The sound of water and cool breeze and the scenery is to die for..!!
Amazing place for a great trip. The place is really very beautiful and calm. We found lots of snow over there but didn’t found snowfall. However we did mind blowing fun and enjoyed lot.
I specially recommend those person to go there who loves calm...More
Most beautiful village in Kinnaur which kept its culture and tradition till today. Natural beauty of Chitkul is simply breathtaking. Snow peaks covered the Horizons of its four sides. Fast flowing river Baspa is the added attraction. But the art and architecture of the village...More