Chitkul

In the Kinnaur locale of Himachal lies a little yet enchanting village, Chitkul, which is maybe the last occupied village close to the Indo-China outskirt. There isn’t a lot to see and do in the hamlet, be that as it may, its picturesque scene enveloping rich green vegetation, snow-loaded mountains and apple plantations, and serene vibe make it a perfect spot for those appearing to be at one with nature – in harmony and calm. Exceptionally compelling is its curious houses, total with wooden or slate rooftops, and a sanctuary that houses a 500-year-old divinity of the village.

Arranged at the stature of 3450 meters, the town is situated at a separation of 28 km from Sangla, around 600 kilometers from Delhi in the Kinnaur Valley. It resembles an entryway which opens into a choice scene of amazing magnificence and a peaceful situation. There are orchids, mountains, knolls, colossal rocks, stream, wilderness, and meadows in the town with the assistance of which it has made a one of a kind character for itself. A drive to the Chitkul town is lovely. One can go for trekking in the backwoods too and an untamed life asylum for all the natural life just as nature darlings out there.

The voyage to Chitkul is by and large unique involvement in itself. It is meagerly populated with upwards of 600 local people who are warm, cherishing and very neighborly towards the voyagers. While venturing out to the valley, you will see Stream Baspa to your right side and in transit you will likewise go through the Rakcham town which is normally known as the model town of the area. Various campgrounds are arranged inside the apple plants by the side of the Baspa Stream.

This little village is an absolute necessity visit spot, and one should remain for at any rate multi day here as the scene keeps you charged constantly. It is an ideal spot to invest some energy off from the bustling lives and the dull schedules in the domain of characteristic excellence.