Chitkul

Chitkul, Sangla: Address, Chitkul Reviews: 4.5/5

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Ankita
New Delhi, India15 contributions
I wish i could stay longer.
May 2021 • Solo
It’s so peaceful I could spend hours just sitting early morning and listening to the sounds of birds, river and wind. I wish to explore it in different seasons to see the colours. When i went it was mostly snow everywhere. Most of people come foe day trip and return back to sangla but please stay few days in chitkul. It’s worth it.
Written October 4, 2021
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Parmendra Y
43 contributions
The landscape goes beyond Chitkul
Jul 2021 • Family
Chitkul - The last village, gone ahead of it, Baspa River and the Valley is much more beautiful and the land is mesmerizing. The freshness in air is invigorating, exhilarating.
Written July 12, 2021
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Rakesh Babbar
New Delhi, India3 contributions
Amazing day spend on Citkul - Sangla Trip
Mar 2021
A visit during March to this beautiful places in the State of Himachal is a bliss. We arrived in Chandigargh - in dawn and we have already taken Taxi Tour Package from Bhupender (Sonu nickanme) and drove to to narkand on the way Mohan shakti heritage sight it was great sight seen..
Next morning we were in a pleasant surprise of the sunrise blistering and after witnessing it and having a warm and filling breakfast we walked through the breathtaking town of Kalpa.
After spending three nights in this amazing place we drove to Sangla and subsequently to the last Tibet border village of Chitkul. On the way the amazing colour of the flora stunned us, trees now have colours ranging from red to gold with light or dark green completeing the breathtaking canvas. Add to it blue or mauve colouerd flowers and you have a thundering riot of colours in front of your eyes. The pearl blue waters of river Baspa flows through Chitkul and we sat and sat beside it and wished we could spend time here till eternity.
But last nor the least this amazing trip can be possible wthout our amazing Travel partner and Guide Bhupender Ji famously known as Sonu Ji from Dharampur you can reach him guys on 9816378229/9817356899 thanks Sonu ji we will never forget this mesmerizing time with you in Himalayas keep rocking.
If you are Adventurous enough you can continue your journey to Kaza via Nako /Tabo.
Way back we visited the magnificient Bhimkali Temple in Sarahan but that is another story to be told next blog
Written May 11, 2021
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Pradeepkumar008
Bengaluru, India140 contributions
A must visit village
Mar 2021
It is called India's last village. Situated at 11000 feet it is a small beautiful village with a few hotels and eateries. Going there during peak winter like Dec to Feb is not recommended due to severe cold and bad roads. Even in March we had a couple of spots where the car was unable to move and needed help. The road from the highway to the top is a litlle narrow but scenic and will need to be careful while driving. But at the end its worth the drive and spending time in the snow. I guess during warmer seasons there are treks organized.

A must visit place for those looking for not so explored spots in HP
Written March 22, 2021
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Disha P
3 contributions
Kinnaur-Shimla
Jan 2021
We went to Kalpa, Sangla and Chitkul in last week of Jan 2021. Kalpa offers gorgeous views of the Kinnaur range and since it is on a height, the views are very astonishing and different. Chitkul is the last village on Indo-Tibet border side and offers great valley views. We also visited Shimla (local sights), kufri, chail, Kali ka tibba, chail palace, etc. on our way back to Chandigarh. We had taken a cue from tripadvisor reviews for finding a suitable cab and found Sonu/Dharamveer ji. He is a great driver cum travel guide with local and historic knowledge of these areas. His vehicle is also well maintained, clean and comfortable. He is very affable and mature and himself takes initiative to show new places and tells all about these places.
You can contact him on: +91-9816378229
Written February 2, 2021
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Chander P
Neemrana, India81 contributions
A frozen village in November
Nov 2020 • Family
Visited the village in November 2020 was completely frozen, only could see some troops and some cars around. Everything else was frozen. But a nice experience. Don't expect much of buzz around since it is a remote location and mostly frozen.
Written November 23, 2020
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Sonu Negi
Kalpa, India21 contributions
Breathtakingly beautiful
Mar 2020
My favourite part of Chitkul travel experience is Ranikanda Meadows hike, Lamkhaga pass trek and crossing Chitkul bridge and strolling along the Baspa river.
Written June 18, 2020
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JoyashreeSC
15 contributions
Sangla to Chitkul
Jun 2019 • Couples
Chitkul was wonderful experience..we started from sangle in the morning.i enjoyed the entire journey.It is the last village from Indian side of Indo Tibet border in Kinnaur valley..We took our jeep in the river side,was looking at the peaks which leads to the other country..To see Chitkul, I again realise that Himalayas are full of surprises and there will be a mystery always every time you visit.
Written May 17, 2020
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Aakash K
New Delhi, India633 contributions
A paradise on Earth
Jun 2019 • Friends
This place is truly a paradise on Earth and great for adventure seekers. The views are amazing with nature all around. It has the famous Hindustan ka akhri dhaba with which people always get clicked.
Written May 17, 2020
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Niva B
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India135 contributions
Trip to Chitkul
May 2019 • Friends
We went via road to chitkul, Nestled in Kinnaur Valley. This place could be an ideal choice for adventure lovers not less than a paradise. The road is a little risky, advisable to do day traveling to this place. Chitkul is located at an altitude of about 11,319 ft which makes it a bit difficult to reach. With Kinner Kailash in the backdrop, Chitkul boasts its unparalleled beauty on the banks of Baspa River. It is said to be the last village on the China border.
Written April 3, 2020
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