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Kinnaur tourism in Himachal Pradesh is the best way to get acquainted with the Indian landscape.
There are many beautiful places in the state and every place of the state is a treasure for its visitors. It is a state with diverse geographical and climatic conditions. The place is called the abode of gods.
It is said that Lord Hanuman, the son of the wind god, was born in the place.
The beauty of nature here attracts tourists and adventure seekers and all. The place is a haven for nature and has a lot to offer to those who want to enjoy it.
Our Kinnaur Tour Packages from Delhi and Chandigarh are made to provide the visitors the resplendent experience they crave for!
Kinnaur Kailash: visible from every corner in Kalpa, this mountain is visited by lakhs of pilgrims to garner the blessings of Lord Shiva.
Kamru Fort: it is part of the Sangla tour. The fort rests on a mountain top facing the beautiful orchards, valleys and mountains.
Baspa River: The River is the main water body of Sangla and Chitkul. Usually, tourists love to make the banks of the river their campsite for a day or two.
Nako Lake and Monastery: you will visit this lake and the monastery while traveling from Kinnaur to Spiti during the Kinnaur Kaza tour package
Sangla: Your abode in Kinnaur from where you will be visiting many places in Kinnaur
Chitkul: the last village of India having a scarce population. Further, if one goes would land on the terrains of Tibet.
Kalpa: Just after Reckong Peo, the small town will be your other stay place during the taxi trip.
Kalpa Suicide Point: A place to bring the spark of adventure and serenity during the trip.
Roghi and Kothi Villages: During the Kalpa sightseeing, you shall be visiting these two surreal hamlets.
Historical facts about Kinnaur:
Geographical facts about Kinnaur:
Winters are long in Kinnaur from October to end of the June. While summers are obviously short from May to September.
Winters are quite cold and temperature may drop below -10 degrees. Hence, the valleys of Kinnaur receive heavy snowfall every year.