Top 10 Things to do in Sangla, India

March 24, 2018 Jacquiline Darosa

Discover the best top things to do in Sangla, India including Chitkul, Rakcham, Kamru Fort, Kinnaur, Sangla Buddhist Monastery, Chhitkul, Bering Nag Temple, Baspa River, Rupin Pass, Trout Farm.

1. Chitkul

Sangla, India +91 70605 07245
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4.5 based on 257 reviews

Chitkul

Reviewed By oaks730 - New Delhi, India

If you are looking for high end tourist destination with modern amenities...then I am sorry that Chitkul "The last village on India-China border" is not your type of place. Rather, this 14-15 hr adventurous drive from Delhi took us to a place which is not much explored, still true to its roots and not overloaded with frenzy tourists. Another thing that is commendable is all weathered roads at almost whole route, just a small stretch which is not good due to continuous landslide.
Now the place. The place has its own charm. Small village located on the bank of river Baspa. Surrounded all around with Mountains. It has very few hotels with limited facility in terms of food and choice of rooms. and no TV in hotels...coz one does not come to this place to watch TV. No mobile connectivity except that of BSNL, No ATM. Must go for all thrill seeking travellers.

2. Rakcham

Sangla, India
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4.5 based on 137 reviews

Rakcham

Reviewed By siddharthverma_1984 - New Delhi, India

Sangla Valley is very scenic with Baspa river flowing and surrounded by snow covered Mountains. It is usually very cold throughout the year. Road from Karcham to Sangla is narrow and broken at many places. Requires a skilful driver. A visit is recommended for this less popular hill station. Kinnaur Kailash mountain is visible from here.

3. Kamru Fort

Kinnaur District, Sangla 416404, India +91 44 6531 5613
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4 based on 68 reviews

Kamru Fort

Reviewed By Manas T - Mumbai, India

can be looked at for a visit, but there is quite a steep walk to the same and takes time. its between current habitation, will see people staying around. very less information on its past or heritage. but the view around is good...

4. Kinnaur

India +91 88944 04523
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4.5 based on 96 reviews

Kinnaur

Reviewed By Urvashi Y

5 days' adventure trip with Thrillophilia to Kinnaur was, so far, the best trip I've been to. End moment bookings, yet admirable service. Team went an extra mile to help us make the trip a memorable one. We had to cancel our bookings at the end moment for some personal reasons and then we rebooked it a day later. We got our refund for the first trip within a day.
Thrillophilia's Spiti valley to Kinnaur trip is undoubtedly a complete package in itself. Explore the beauty of these places to the fullest, you'll never want to come back from there:)
Highly recommended.

5. Sangla Buddhist Monastery

Kinnaur District, Sangla 416404, India
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4.5 based on 28 reviews

Sangla Buddhist Monastery

Reviewed By souravbasak1985 - Kolkata (Calcutta), India

A must visit place in sangla which is situated in himalaya i.e. nearby Sangla in Kinnaur district. The beautiful work on the wood and some paint makes you so impressive that you can not forget. A good place for doing Yoga and Meditation.

6. Chhitkul

India
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5 based on 44 reviews

Chhitkul

Reviewed By SharadSud-Gurgaon - Gurugram (Gurgaon), India

Chitkul is approximately 20 kms from Sangla..the last village on the indo-tibet border..
surrounded by Mountains and situated alongside Baspa river..a nature enthusiasts dream!
remote,unexplored and far from civilization, Chitkul has incredible beauty..!
people here have spotted snow leopards and black bears..
Should be visited before it becomes a tourist spot..!

7. Bering Nag Temple

Kinnaur District, Sangla 416404, India
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4 based on 23 reviews

Bering Nag Temple

Reviewed By smeno - Seattle, Washington

The Berinag temple is a large complex with a buddhist temple and a nag/shiva temple in it. The walls have lovely, traditional Himachali woodwork, and it is all very colorful. When we visited, the buddhist monks had just finished their prayers and shortly after that the rituals started in the nag temple. The temple is a short walk down from the main market/street, passing through a village with traditional and small backyard apple Gardens. Further down the temple, you can walk down to the Baspa river- with a small bridge and beautiful view of the Kinner Kailash and other snow clad peaks.

8. Baspa River

Sangla, India +91 88944 04523
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4.5 based on 11 reviews

Baspa River

Reviewed By joyofcityofjoy - Bengaluru, India

Rough but you will fall in love with this river ,in the lap of the Himalayas. Some places where surrounding is green ,like in Raksham or Chitkule , you will feel it is a page taken out of a picture book .

9. Rupin Pass

Sangla, India +91 88944 04523
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5 based on 10 reviews

Rupin Pass

Reviewed By Nikhil_Navali - Seattle, Washington

We had been for Rupin Pass trek on June 2013 with Indiahikes and the journey across the pass is one of the most beautiful I have ever had. We started from Dhaula in Uttarakhand and ended at Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. We were treated with unmatched beauty everyday in the form of Valleys, falls, cliffs, Mountains, etc. Few of the highlights were climb on frozen waterfall and ice slide after pass. I would rate this trek as moderate to difficult.

10. Trout Farm

Kinnaur District, Sangla 416404, India
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4 based on 12 reviews

Trout Farm

Reviewed By PaporiR

We visited the Trout farm at Sangla in July; however since the season was nearly ending for that area we could not see to our hearts content; not to mention the drizzle which cut our visit short. Nevertheless the experience and knowledge was quite enriching

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