Discover the hidden gems of Himachal Pradesh with our exclusive Kalpa Kinnaur tour package that takes you on a mesmerizing journey through the picturesque landscapes of Kalpa, the vibrant streets of Shimla, the serene Sangla Valley, and the remote village of Chitkul. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage, breathtaking mountain vistas, and warm hospitality of this region. Book our Kinnaur Kalpa Sangla Chitkul Tour Package now and create memories that last a lifetime. Contact us to customize your itinerary and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime.
Start in Shimla, the Queen of Hills, with its colonial charm and vibrant markets. Venture into Kinnaur, where remote landscapes await. Traverse to the Sangla Valley, surrounded by nature’s splendor. Continue to Kalpa, offering breathtaking views of the Kinner Kailash range. Finally, reach Chitkul, the last village near the Indo-Tibetan border. Cover approximately 230 km from Shimla to Kalpa and around 70 km from Kalpa to Chitkul. Each destination offers a unique tapestry of culture, spirituality, and natural beauty, making this journey truly extraordinary.
Places to visit in Sangla, Kalpa, Kinnaur Valley:
Exploring Sangla, Kalpa, and the Kinnaur Valley is a treat for nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and those interested in local culture. Here are some of the must-visit places in the region that are often included in tour packages:
Sangla is a picturesque valley in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, known for its stunning landscapes, apple orchards, and the Baspa River that flows through it. The Sangla Valley is famous for its natural beauty and offers various trekking opportunities.
- Sangla Valley: Traverse vibrant meadows and relish Himalayan panoramas in this untouched paradise.
- Kamru Fort: Step into history at this fort and relish breathtaking views of the Sangla Valley.
- Bering Nag Temple: Witness Kinnauri architecture and spirituality at this revered temple.
- Rakcham Village: Immerse in the serenity of this charming village amidst natural beauty.
- Batseri Village: Delve into the local way of life and explore the rich culture of Batseri.
- Trout Farm: Engage in angling and learn about trout breeding in this unique farm.
- Baspa River: Marvel at the crystal-clear waters of the Baspa River that flow through Sangla.
- Sangla Meadow: Relax amidst lush meadows and enjoy the picturesque surroundings.
Kalpa is another beautiful village in the Kinnaur district, known for its apple orchards and the magnificent view of the Kinner Kailash range. The Kinnaur Kailash Shivling rock formation is a significant religious and cultural site in the area.
- Kalpa Monastery: Overlook the grandeur of the Kinner Kailash range from this serene Himalayan monastery.
- Roghi Village: Immerse in Kinnauri culture amidst apple orchards and ancient wooden architecture.
- Chini Village: Admire intricate carvings and experience local life in this historical village.
- Suicide Point: Capture breathtaking panoramic views of the rugged landscape and majestic mountains.
- Narayan-Nagini Temple: Seek blessings at this ancient temple amidst the tranquil surroundings.
- Sapni Fort: Uncover historical tales while exploring the ruins of this ancient fort.
- Hu-Bu-Lan-Kar Monastery: Discover Buddhist spirituality and marvel at the artwork in this peaceful monastery.
Chitkul is a small village located in the Kinnaur district, near the Indo-Tibetan border. It’s renowned for its breathtaking views of the Himalayas and its unique wooden architecture. Chitkul is the last inhabited village on the old Indo-Tibetan trade route.
- Chitkul Village: Reach the Indo-Tibetan border and experience the untouched beauty of this remote village.
- Mathi Temple: Seek blessings at this traditional temple dedicated to the local deity Mathi.
- Naga Temple: Discover intricate woodwork and Tibetan-style architecture in this ancient temple.
- Kagyupa Temple: Immerse in spirituality at this serene temple surrounded by Himalayan peaks.
- Sapni Fort: Explore the ruins of this fort that narrate tales of a bygone era.
- Rakcham-Chitkul Wildlife Sanctuary: Witness diverse flora and fauna in this sanctuary’s natural habitat.
Nestled in the Himalayas, Kinnaur Valley is a realm of breathtaking beauty, with snow-capped peaks, fertile orchards, and a rich cultural tapestry, offering a serene escape in nature’s embrace.
- Reckong Peo: Enjoy panoramic mountain views and explore local markets in this district headquarters.
- Kothi: Visit this picturesque village and take in the scenic beauty of Kinnaur.
- Moorang: Immerse in folklore at this village with the scenic backdrop of mountains and orchards.
- Pooh: Marvel at the confluence of the Spiti and Sutlej rivers and the surrounding landscapes.
- Nako Lake: Reflect upon the serene beauty of this high-altitude lake amidst barren terrain.
- Tabo Monastery: Witness ancient murals and immerse in spirituality at this UNESCO-listed monastery.
- Key Monastery: Perched atop a hill, this iconic monastery offers breathtaking panoramic views.
- Kibber: Experience life in one of the world’s highest motorable villages amidst rugged landscapes.
- Dhankar Monastery: Explore this monastery clinging to a cliff, offering stunning vistas of Spiti Valley.
- Kaza: Discover the vibrant culture and explore the gateway to Spiti Valley in this charming town.
Things to do in Sangla, Chitkul, Kalpa, Kinnaur Valley:
Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Sangla, Chitkul, Kalpa, and the Kinnaur Valley offer a myriad of activities that cater to every traveler’s interests.
- Nature Walks: Stroll through apple orchards, pine forests, and along the Baspa River for serene nature experiences.
- Camping: Set up camp amidst the stunning landscapes of Sangla Valley for a unique overnight stay.
- Photography: Capture the vibrant meadows, river vistas, and picturesque villages in your lens.
- Trout Fishing: Try your hand at angling in the Baspa River, famous for its trout population.
- Local Interaction: Engage with locals, learn about their culture, and experience their warm hospitality.
- Village Exploration: Walk around Chitkul’s narrow lanes, observing traditional houses and local life.
- Hike to Nagasthi: Trek to Nagasthi, the last point near the Tibet border open to civilians, for panoramic views.
- Visit Temples: Seek spiritual solace at Mathi Temple and Naga Temple amidst the mountains.
- Nature Contemplation: Enjoy moments of tranquility while surrounded by untouched landscapes.
- Hiking: Explore the area around Kalpa, including the Suicide Point trail for breathtaking views.
- Monastery Visits: Meditate and absorb the spiritual vibes at Kalpa Monastery and Hu-Bu-Lan-Kar Monastery.
- Traditional Workshops: Participate in workshops to learn traditional Kinnauri crafts and skills.
- Sunrise and Sunset Viewing: Witness the Kinner Kailash range’s magical hues during sunrise and sunset.
- Trekking Adventures: Embark on treks to Kinnaur Kailash, Sangla-Borasu, and other trails amidst stunning landscapes.
- Monastery Exploration: Discover the ancient Tabo and Key monasteries, immersing in Buddhist culture.
- Nature Photography: Capture the high-altitude lakes, barren landscapes, and Himalayan peaks on camera.
- High-Altitude Village Visits: Experience life in villages like Kibber, among the world’s highest motorable settlements.
- Cultural Festivals: If your visit aligns, witness local festivals like Fulaich, celebrating Kinnauri traditions.
- River Rafting: Brave the Baspa River’s rapids for an adrenaline-pumping adventure.
- Camping under the Stars: Set up tents for a night under the clear Kinnaur skies, surrounded by nature’s beauty.
- Local Cuisine: Savor Kinnauri dishes like Dham and Thukpa, experiencing the flavors of the region.
- Shopping: Explore local markets for Kinnauri handicrafts, woolens, and souvenirs.
- Cultural Interaction: Engage with locals, learn about their customs, and join them in their daily activities.
Best time to visit Shimla Sangla Chitkul Kalpa Kinnaur Valley:
The best time to explore Shimla, Sangla, Chitkul, Kalpa, and the Kinnaur Valley is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) months. The weather is pleasant, and nature comes alive with blooming flowers or vibrant foliage. Summer (June to August) is great for outdoor activities, but be prepared for occasional rain. Winter (December to February) offers a snowy paradise, particularly in Kalpa and Chitkul, perfect for snow enthusiasts. Choose your time based on preferences: spring for pleasant weather, summer for adventure, autumn for festivals, and winter for a snowy escape.
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Kinnaur Kalpa Sangla Chitkul Tour Package for 7 Days at a glance
Once you reach Chandigarh, our travel representative will welcome you. You'll then be driven towards Sarahan. The drive towards Sarahan will be breathtaking, with scenic views all around. It'll take about eight hours to reach Sarahan from Chandigarh. Once you reach Chandigarh, you can check into your hotel for an overnight stay.
Have an early breakfast and head to a wonderful place, Sangla Valley. On your way towards Sangla, you can also visit the famous Bhimakali Temple at Sarahan. This holy temple of the Hindus is amongst the famous fifty-one- Shaktipeethas of India. You can then continue your drive towards Sangla Valley, which will take about five hours. You are expected to reach by evening after lunch and several halts. You can directly check into your hotel in Sangla and freshen up. In the evening, visit Kamru and Sangla villages. Kamru village is also home to a beautiful temple and several monasteries. Seek some divine intervention at these places. Explore local villages and interact with local natives. You'll learn more about the history and culture of Sangla through local villages. Sangla is a small place that is located near Bhaspa Valley. It is located near the Indo-Tibetan border. You can head back to your hotel and rest for the day.
Have a delicious breakfast early in the morning and head for an amazing Chitkul Sangla valley. You can start your tour by visiting the Sangla and Kamru villages. Kamru village is just 2 km away from Chitkul Sangla valley. A stopover at Kamru Fort will offer you amazing views of the snow-clad mountains and peaks in the region. You can also visit a temple dedicated to Goddess Kamakshi Devi at the top of Kamru fort. The major attraction of the Sangla valley is the narrow space between hills and mountains with steep rocky walls with the flow of the Bhaspa River. Stop at this place to take some pretty pictures, as the place looks divine. Chitkul is home to lush green fields where you can stroll around. You can glimpse the mighty Mt. Kinner Kailash peak from Chitkul. Head back and have dinner before you check into your hotel for an overnight stay.
Have a delicious breakfast and head to the mesmerizing place, Kalpa. It'll take about 3 hours to reach Kalpa via road. En route to Kalpa, you can take a lunch break at RecongPeo. Have an authentic Tibetan lunch at this place and explore the place for its beautiful apple orchards. You can also shop around the place, which is famous for its woolens clothes. Once you reach Kalpa, you can check into your hotel for an overnight stay.
Have an early breakfast and head to the local tour of Kalpa. Start by visiting Kalpa village and the nearby Roghi village. Kalpa is also known as the apple bowl of India, as thick pine forests cover the place. You can catch a glimpse of Mt. Kinner Kailash from Kalpa, which is located at a height of 6000 m above sea level. Explore local villages around and talk to natives to know more about Kalpa. Head back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Have breakfast and head to Narkanda via Karchham Dam, Tapri, Rampur, Kumarsain. The beauty of Narkanda is simply enthralling, with beautiful mountains and peaks. It is also a great place for people wishing to relax and rejuvenate. Narkanada is a peaceful place, and you can have some quiet time. Reach Narkanda and visit Hattu Peak. You can then check into your hotel for an overnight stay.
Your wonderful Sangla Kalpa Valley tour comes to an end. Have a delicious breakfast and head back to Chandigarh. Once you reach Chandigarh, our driver will drop you at your preferred location.