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Chitkul, visit as a Traveller, not a tourist. The no network coverage is a blessing in disguise which let you connect with the beauty of nature, let you know how small a man is against the power of creator.. The travel to Chitgul is a...More
We visited Chitkul in October. We were lucky to see snowfall. It was fascinating to see their culture their community food cooking style. Meet some awesome villagers.
For accommodation we stayed in The Wanderers Nest hotel in Chitkul. Awesome place with Amazing view of village...More
A long due dream visit to the Sangla valley of Himachal Pradesh was accomplished in June this year. Driving more than 600 kms from Greater Noida, Mr. Dependable, my husband ensured that we actually enjoy the serenity of this Sangla Valley. The icfing on the...More
600Km in the himalayan mountains from Delhi lies this divine destination which can be reached by public transport,motorbike or your own vehicle.
If you love Mountains and want an isolated peaceful drive then Chitkul (Himachal pradesh) which is also the last village of India. Have...More
Don't only enjoy the beauty of Chitkul sitting at hotel. Walk around the village & enjoy the nature. Beautiful Baspa river & view of mountains will mad you & force you to visit again.
Though, the price of the hotel & food is very high....More
We,a group of 4 couples, stayed at Chhitkul Heights, Samaa Resorts, Chhitkul between 7th & 9th April.
* great location, having unhindered view of the valley, baspa river and surround mountains from their valley-facing rooms, where we stayed.
* walking distance to the above, on...More
Chitkul is beautiful. Yes, it is an understatement.
Visited during October 2017. While in the mountains, surrounded by snow-clad peaks you feel great but you know those are distant things which you may never reach. But in Chitkul you can walk through the sanctuary, you...More