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Why travel Chitkul?

Chitkul is the last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibet border and lies deep within the Kinnaur Valley. Like a doorway opening into this vast, windy landscape of serene beauty, a curve around a small hill and you see this majestic and beautiful valley.

During winters, the place mostly remains covered with the snow and the inhabitants move to lower regions of Himachal. Potatoes grown at Chitkul are one of the best in the world and are very costly. It is also the last point in India one can travel to without a permit.

"The Last Village"

A Village in Himachal Pradesh, India
3433 meters

Interest Measure for Chitkul

Ideal time to stay:  1 - 3 days

Best Interests at Chitkul

Best to enjoy with

Friends
Solo

How is the weather at Chitkul

Topography

Height(Altitude) of Chitkul from sea level:  11262 feet
Latitude/Longitude:  31.3514654°N, 78.4333598°E
Ecosystem:  Mountain , Valley  

Food, Culture and Language at Chitkul

Food Type Available:  Indian, Chinese, Tibetan 
Regional Language:  Hindi
Currency:  ₹ - Rupee (INR)

Know the best time to visit Chitkul

Tourist places, attractions and all about travel and tourism at Chitkul

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 is the last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibet border and lies deep within the Kinnaur Valley. Like a doorway opening into this vast, windy landscape of serene beauty, a curve around a small hill and you see this majestic and beautiful valley.

During winters, the place mostly remains covered with the snow and the inhabitants move to lower regions of Himachal. Potatoes grown at Chitkul are one of the best in the world and are very costly. It is also the last point in India one can travel to without a permit.

Create you travel plan and package for Chitkul, pick places to visit, things to do, food to eat, places to stay whether hotel, hostels or camps, right here at your most trusted travel guide and itinerary planner for India and South East asia travel.

Content of this page was last updated at Oct 27, 2016