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Ideal duration: 1-2 days

Best time: Apr-Jun, Sep-Dec (Read More)

Nearest Airport: Dehradun (Check Flights)


Sangla Tourism

One of the most charming valleys in the whole Kinnaur District, Sangla Valley is a perfect getaway from the hustle bustle of the swarming cities. It is named after a beautiful village by the same name.

Bounded by strapping mountain slopes, sprawling evergreen forests and snow covered peaks, the valley is set apart from others by its red apples orchard and luscious cherry trees. Baspa River also makes its way through the place, meandering and gurgling, famous for trout fishing. The place is dotted with several attractions from temple and fort to nearby villages making it an amazing holiday destination.

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  • Hotel Batseri SANGLA

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Sangla is a beautiful place with a wide variety of trees and flowers growing everywhere. With wide stretches of lush green lands stretched across the Sangla Valley, gazing at the colourful trees is a sight to behold. They make the valley look more surreal, more resplendent and fresh. The one thing that makes Sangla Valley a well-known place is the abundance of fresh fruits here.

October marks the season of apple orchards in Sangla. Many people grow them in their farms. Many other palatable fruits like walnuts and apricots can also be found here. The clean Baspa river flows through the valley, and it is the main source of irrigation for the farmers. Sangla is known to be one of the least polluted places of India. So, the fruits that grow here are not infected by any kind of chemical, and they are very healthy to consume.

Sangla, located in North Indian State of Himachal Pradesh does offers North Indian cuisine. However, with large number of Buddhists residing there, one will mostly find dhabas serving famous Tibetan dishes like Thukpa, momos and dumplings etc. Apart from that, eating joint options are quite limited.

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Day 1- Reach Sangla and cherish the weather of this sleepy valley. Begin the day with some fresh fruits in the breakfast, and get ready for a spiritual retreat. Head towards Kamru Fort to understand the religious perspective and architectural legacy of Sangla. Then, visit Bering Nag Temple.
Day 2- The day will be dedicated to visiting the nearby village of Chitkul. It is the last village on Indo-Tibet border and is an ethereal village that will cut you off from the hustle and bustle of your daily life.
Day 3- Visit the Batseri village and get enchanted by the raw beauty of nature. Batseri village is very calm and is a perfect place for meditation and other spiritual experiences.
Day 4- Visit the meadows of Sangla, enjoy the warmth of the sun and get ready to leave this beauty city behind.

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10 months ago by Shreyas Kapoor

- Avoid travelling in Monsoon season when you can face bad road conditions and many landslides.- Make sure you have enough information beforehand of wherever you go sightseeing or have a guide with you.

10 months ago by Sunil Sehrawat

Awesome place .for those who love nature n peaceful place.nothing much to see u can sit near river. Trek into green lush.yamontri peaks near .u can stay at shama hotel .very good hotel.roads r little dangerous. Best time if u want to see snow April or may.

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  What's Great?

Less commercialization. Not as crowded as other Hill Stations of Himachal Pradesh. Scrumptious fruits are grown here. An ideal place for trekking and camping.

  What's not so Great?

Extremely cold temperatures during the winters. The routes leading to Sangla can be dangerous and are prone to landslides. It is located far away from themajor cities, so the journey to Sangla can be long and tiring.

For Whom

Sangla is the perfect place for those enthusiasts who want to explore the offbeat part of Himachal Pradesh and wish to relax in a meditative state amidst the natural and non-commercial ambience.


How to Reach Sangla

No airport or railways station is present in Sangla valley. The nearest railway station to Sangla is Kalka Railway Station. Regular HRTC and private buses from Delhi, Chandigarh and Shimla head tow... (Read More)

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