Chitkul

Situated in the beautiful Kinnaur District of Himachal Pradesh, Chitkul is one of the fascinated villages luring tourists; especially adventure tourists and honeymooners towards various adventure sports points and natural beauty. It is very close to Indo-China border where Indian roads reach to an end. The beautiful village remains close during winter season because of heavy snow-fall and powdery snow everywhere. At that time, inhabitants prefer to more to lower regions of Himachal Pradesh.

Here, potato farming is done that is counted as the best in world due to premium quality. Chitkul is known for its natural beauty, tracking point and serenity. Houses with slate or wooden plank roofs are also attraction here; while Buddhist temple is also a main attraction here. Not forget to mention Kagyupa Temple that is known for the image of Shakyamuni Buddha, a Wheel of Life Mandala and Four Directional kings on either side of the door. It is also counted as the last destination of famous Kinner Kailash Parikrama.

Charang Pass at an altitude of 5242 meter above sea level, make it the best destination for tracking and adventure sports through slithery scree slopes. Bapsa River flowing next to Chitkul is also amazing and known for its clear water.

During you tour to Chitkul in Himachal Pradesh, you will get some wonderful accommodation options in Woolen huts and houses that are pleasant. Not forget to mention food options that you will get plentiful in the village ranging from local food to some delicious dishes of Himachal Pradesh.

Reaching Kinnaur is the first main target to explore Chitul. You will find all options accessible to reach Kinnaur from Delhi, Chandigarh, Pathankot, Ambala or any city of Himahcal Pradesh.