The last inhabited village on the Indo-Tibetan border is Chitkul, around 569 kilometers from Delhi and 24 kilometers from Sangla and is famous for its sunsets, potatoes, apples and the incredible hospitality of the locals.
DAY 01 DELHI – NARKANDA
Our road trip to Chitkul will start at 5 pm from Kashmiri Gate Delhi. Overnight journey to Narkanda.
DAY 02 NARKANDA
After crossing Shimla Continue on the famous old Hindustan Tibet road towards the beautiful town of Narkanda and check into your hotel. Freshen up and we leave for famous Hatu Peak which gives a 360-degree view of the Shivalik ranges and the lower Himalayas. Return back resort relax for a while and in evening bonfire will lit up with a grooving Dj session. Have your dinner and Overnight stay.
DAY 03 NARKANDA – CHITKUL
Wake up Early morning and leave for Chitkul. Over the journey, We’ll be accompanied by the Sutlej River. As we enter the Sangla Valley through Kharcham we’ll see the beautiful traditional houses of the valley. We’ll move towards Chitkul through our final two destinations of Sangla and Rakcham. Check in and freshen up. Now we leave for a village walk to explore the local culture of this ancient village. Return to the hotel/homestay for a gorgeous sunset and dinner around the bonfire. Overnight stay in homestay/hotel.
DAY 04 CHITKUL – DELHI
We’ll start with our breakfast and move towards the village for morning temple visit. Now we go riverside (Baspa river) for a majestic view of the snow-clad mountains. We’ll return from the riverside to have our lunch and move towards the other side of the Baspa River for a short-day hike while enjoying the forest area along the Baspa River. Check out and we leave back for Delhi. Overnight journey.
DAY 05 DELHI
Reach back Delhi at 11 am with loads of trip memories with Team Howdy Highlands.
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