Chitkul: The Last Motorable Village On The Indo-tibetan Border
An enchanting hamlet located in Himachal Pradesh, Chitkul, is the last motorable settlement on the border of India and Tibet. The charming Chitkul Valley in Kinnaur District is on the banks of river Baspa. It is a doorway to do the winsome beauty of a landscape that is ornamented with exquisite meadows, a babbling river, and glorious mountains. The journey to the village is a life-changing experience where you will be able to revel in the realm of divine nature surrounding you. It a must-visit destination for adventure and nature enthusiasts. The organic and unadulterated atmosphere of Chitkul makes it a popular site for backpackers, campers, hikers, and explorers. The village dwellers are humble and welcoming people that host numerous tourists throughout the year.
Located on the rim of the old Indo-Tibetan road, the Chitkul village is at a height of 3,450 meters above sea level. Experiencing the village and its rawness involves seeing its indigenous wildlife, vegetation, terrain, and atmosphere. The culture and heritage of the town are eclectic. You can see this melange through the traditions, architecture, and ethics of the village and the villagers. With drifting water of Baspa River on one side and apple orchids on the other, Chitkul is a magnetic locus of serenity, divinity, and tranquillity.