Chitkul - The Last Village of India
Chitkul shines like the diamond of Himachal Pradesh with its magnificence of nature, and it is the keep going occupied town on the Indo-Tibetan outskirt. At 11320 feet, above sea level on the banks of the Baspa waterway and is very much associated with a few major urban areas, for example, Chandigarh, Shimla, and Manali. With a scanty populace of 800, local people love their property and work all through for the best yield of potatoes and peas for which Chitkul is well known. The street towards Chitkul close to the blue Baspa waterway, encompassed by the great mountains with its cascades and little iron extensions, is a bikers' heaven. Chitkul is on the way to Yamrang Lah and Chung Sakhago Lah in the stream Baspa's upper course. Likewise, Chitkul is an unrivaled family occasion goal. At Chitkul, let your daring soul be restored with a sample of the huge and hypnotizing sights of Himachal, bundled with mouth-watering Himachal and Jain food.
Where to stay in Chitkul
There are various good places to spend nights in Chitkul are Zostel, Hotel Batseri in Sangla, Swiss Camp, Notonmap - Adobe the cloud, The Wanderer’s nest, Lake view resort in Kinnaur, Banjara camp & retreat, Samaa Resorts, Vanshika homestay, The ALAR and many more.
Where to eat in Chitkul
There are some good places to eat in Chitkul that are Aakhri Dhaba, Cafe Chitkool, Rattan Guesthouse, Akant Dhaba, Zostel, Tea stall, The Wanderer’s Nest, Osiya Shoshla cafe, Sangla cafe, and many more.