Sangla

Being a very alluring part of Kinnaur District, Sangla is famous tourist place at an altitude of 2650 meter and known for its scenic beauty and natural wonders that always attract tourists for memorable holidays here. Natural beauty and pleasant climate of the beautiful hill station and location of Himachal Pradesh is amazing and give enough reason to tourists who visit the beautiful town. Earlier or till 1989, the beautiful place was restricted by the Government of India or required a special permit to visit because of its location at Indo-China border. Later the rule was abolished and the place was opened for tourists.

It is famous for its nut, pine orchards and beautiful trees of apple and cherry. Some wonderful villages are also amazing to explore here that include Chitkul, Batseri, Karchham and different others that are of course the main tourist attractions of Sangla. Not forget to mention Buddhist monasteries, Sangla Meadow, Tibetan Wood Carving Centre, Kamru Fort and different other destinations. Kinnauri Caps and Handmade shawls are world famous. Bering Nag Temple and Bapsa River are also two main attractions here to explore during your holidays in Sangla.

Best Time to See Sangla

Sangla is known for its pleasant weather conditions. However, best time to see Sangla is from March to June and from September to December. Each and every time has its importance to explore Sangla.

How to Reach Sangla?

By Air – Jubbrahatti Airport, Bhuntar Airport are two main domestic airports to reach Sangla by air. You can take a bus or taxi from airports.

By Rail: Shimla is the main city having railway station to reach Sangla. Distance between two attractions is 194 km that you can cover by bus or taxi.

By Road: Road connectivity I wetter to reach Sangla as there are regular buses and taxis available from different cities of Himachal Pradesh.