Chitkul

Why travel Chitkul?

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“Chitkul – the name itself sounds like the twitter of birds”. Located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, where the Indian roads come to an end and is the last inhabited village close to the Indo-Tibet border. Surrounded by tall deodar trees, this village is mostly covered with snow during.

The village is filled with small huts and houses made of wooden planks and number of Buddhist temples located in and around the village. This place can be best explored during the month of June. Tourists go for trekking the hilly areas near a place called. Chitkul is surrounded by fields of wild yellow plants and lush vegetation that provide the most refreshing experience to tourists who look or an escape from their busy lives. The culture of Chitkul is fascinating and captivating. Come and be mesmerized by the intoxicating culture of Chitkul.

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Chitkul is a Village located in Himachal Pradesh, North India. Chitkul is also known as 
Planning to travel to Chitkul? Know the weather conditions and the best time to visit Chitkul is 
March, 
April, 
May, 
June, 
July, 
August, 
September, 
October. 
The ecosystem and topography of Chitkul is ideal for travel. On your visit to Chitkul you should ideally stay here for 1 - 3 days. Traveller who are interested in activities for 
Adventure, 
Culture, 
Nature. 

The most used regional language in Chitkul is Hindi. To take care of your travel expenses and cost, the currency you will need is Rupee(INR)

The love for food is the soul of travelling, the different food types available in Chitkul are 

Indian, 
Chinese, 
Tibetan 

You have every reason to travel to Chitkul, “Chitkul – the name itself sounds like the twitter of birds”. Located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, where the Indian roads come to an end and is the last inhabited village close to the Indo-Tibet border. Surrounded by tall deodar trees, this village is mostly covered with snow during.

The village is filled with small huts and houses made of wooden planks and number of Buddhist temples located in and around the village. This place can be best explored during the month of June. Tourists go for trekking the hilly areas near a place called. Chitkul is surrounded by fields of wild yellow plants and lush vegetation that provide the most refreshing experience to tourists who look or an escape from their busy lives. The culture of Chitkul is fascinating and captivating. Come and be mesmerized by the intoxicating culture of Chitkul.

All the places to see and tourist activities are listed here.

#Last Dhaba of India
(Food Point), 
#Rejoice at Baspa River Banks
(Sight Seeing), 
#Mathi Temple, Chitkul
(Temple), 
#Chitkul Fort
(Sight Seeing), 
#Hydro flour mill in Chitkul
(Sight Seeing), 

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Content of this page was last updated at Apr 20, 2017