Trip Report Kinnaur April 2014 (Delhi -Sarahan- Sangla -Rakcham -Chitkul - Kalpa)

#31 Jul 20th, 2014, 13:06
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Originally Posted by Dipteshg View Post ‘The dust of the traveled road’ had touched my face and once it is so, I believe, we are forever changed. We may belong to the cities but our hearts are always captive to the charms of these places, these far- away lands that give us both hope and purpose.

Could you please share the expense details like cost of car booking and hotels....
#32 Jul 22nd, 2014, 18:22
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Great photos and nice trip report. Thanks for sharing.
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Enjoyed your post and pictures, thank you, for your effort, try and keep this thread alive! MM is awaiting some information requested.
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I need to know about Monk Kalpa Tent in Kalpa.. please someone give some information regarding Swiss Tent tariff and first hand experience.. anyone been there recently??? Please help me out...
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Re-read your post, super, and lovely pictures.
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Hi Mm,

I had been to Baspa valley this July and stayed at Banjara Camps. Lovely location, good hospitality and great food. I have no idea about the Monk Kalpa tent though.
#37 Jul 1st, 2015, 12:59
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Kindly post the cost part of your nice trip.
#38 Sep 29th, 2015, 08:24
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Hi DipteshG,

Thanks for sharing your experience. Love the pictures but I enjoyed the vivid narrative even more - came alive for me to experience it vicariously!
Cheers,
-Ganesh

PS. I plan to visit (around Delhi) after sixteen years this November. Thinking of spending a week around that region to Ladakh and back to Delhi. Any advise from your experience would be nice. Thanks.
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Excellent write up and images ... Thanks a lot for sharing
....life is a journey.....and the journey is more important than the destination........

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Want to visit Sangla, Rakcham & Chitkul - Need guidance.

Hello IndiaMikers,

can anyone guide me regarding my upcoming trip to Sangla / Rakcham & Chitkul.

I want to dlete Kalpa from my itenary. My plan is to reach Shimla from Delhi or Chandigarh. Then from shimla I want to travel to sangla, rakcham & chitkul.

Kindly help me to know how many days I need to keep for this cuicuit?

Can I reach shimla to Chitkul in a single day by starting early morning and reaching there by night?

Pls suggest....
#41 May 24th, 2016, 12:08
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Shimla to Chitkul doable in one day.

You can directly travel from Chandigarh to Chitkul too.

Sangla/rackcham/chitkul...at least 3 days...you can spend more if you want
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