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Chitkul, Sangla

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Take a tour of Chitkul and its surroundings and see the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. Witness the vast, serene landscape of wild and mountainous beauty as you make a bend behind a small hill at the entrance of the valley. A panorama of 270 degrees of snowy Himalayas and glaciers that seem so close as you could almost reach out and touch them while the majority of the India wilts under the churching summer. Bring your camera, as photographs taken here serve as a memorabilia of a lifetime. Take care not to spoil the surrounding by littering. Mind that weather can change rapidly in this region, reducing the temperature drastically. Plan to visit Chitkul during your Sangla vacation using our convenient Sangla trip maker site.
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  • We went to Chitkul as part of our trip from Chandigarh - Solan - Sangla - Ratcham - Chitkul - Kalpa - Shimla - Chandigarh. We stayed at Ratcham and drove to Chitkul . I was a little unwell and chose.....  more
    We went to Chitkul as part of our trip from Chandigarh - Solan - Sangla - Ratcham - Chitkul - Kalpa - Shimla - Chandigarh. We stayed at Ratcham and drove to Chitkul . I was a little unwell and chose.....  more »
  • We drove all the way from Delhi to Chitkul - 602 Kms - 6 days - 3 stay-overs later, we reached this scenic destination Chitkul - the last village of India near the Indo-Tibetan border. In March... 
    We drove all the way from Delhi to Chitkul - 602 Kms - 6 days - 3 stay-overs later, we reached this scenic destination Chitkul - the last village of India near the Indo-Tibetan border. In March...  more »
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  • Visiting this place will give you a Divine feeling which is difficult to express in words. Fast flowing Baspa River, Tall mountains which are spread over far and wide makes it a perfect place to visit. This is said to be 'Last village of India'. As there is no residential area after this village. You can enjoy River Rafting in Baspa River and Camping near the Baspa river at Chitkul.
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