The last village before the Indo-tibetan border, Chitkul is a hidden paradise located at 3450 metres above sea level. Situated on the banks of the Baspa river, Chitkul village is 28 km north of Sangla. For people staying in Sangla, Chitkul is a great day trip option filled with adventure and plenty of scenic views. The Chitkul and Sangla village areas are known for wheat cultivation that can be a picturesque sight to behold right before the cultivation season.
On the way to the Chitkul, travelers can stop by at places like Rakcham Village for some scenic valley vistas and apple orchards where travelers can munch on some juicy Himachali green apples.
Current temperature: 3 degrees
Experience type: Adventure, Nature
Ideal for: Solo travelers, adventure travelers
Best time to visit: April to July