Road trip to India’s Last Village

Road trip to India’s Last Village

Road trip to India’s Last Village

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Pick up – Kashmere Gate Metro Station

Trip type: Trekking and camping

Difficulty level: Easy

Tagged Location: Chitkul

Trip Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights

Max group size: 10 travellers

No. of meals: 8(See Inclusions)

Accommodation available: Hotel

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Why to Join This Trip?

We crafted this itinerary for the travellers who love adventure travel and excited to explore the exotic landscape.

About this trip

The roads to magical apple belt of Himachal are open. Through the tough roads of Himachal, with many waterfalls on the way, reaching upto the last village of India. This is a must try experience. None of the view can match the wide mountain view of Chitkul village.

Basecamp: NA

Highest altitude: 11262 feet

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Couple, 
Family 

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We crafted this itinerary for the travellers who love adventure travel and excited to explore the exotic landscape.

Itinerary

Day 1
9:00 AM
Departure from New Delhi

11:00 AM
Welcome Brunch

7:00 PM
Arrival at Narkanda

9:00 PM
Dinner

Day 2
8:00 AM
Breakfast and Refreshments

9:00 AM
Hatu Peak and Temple visit

11:00 AM
Departure from Narkanda

1:00 AM
Lunch at Dhabas

6:00 PM
Arrival at Chitkul

8:00 PM
Dinner at India’s last village

Day 3
5:00 AM
Morning walk to Chitkul Meadows

8:00 AM
Breakfast

9:00 AM
Departure from Chitkul

10:00 AM
Mathi Temple visit

11:00 AM
Baspa valley photography

12:00 AM
Kamru Fort visit

7:00 PM
Stay at Sarahan

9:00 PM
Dinner

Day 4
8:00 AM
Breakfast
10:00 AM
Departure from Sarahan

8:00 PM
Thank you Dinner

10:00 PM
Arrival at New Delhi

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Inclusions

Breakfast
Dinner
Bonfire
Snacks
Music

Exclusions

Lunch
Alcohol

Nearest Location: 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.

Departures and Arrivals

Jan 18, 1970 – Jan 18, 1970

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