Top places to visit in Sangla/ for madhu sangla by upvan - Upvan Hotels and Resorts
Upvan Hotels and ResortsUpvan Hotels and Resorts
Forgot password?

Top places to visit in Sangla/ for madhu sangla by upvan

Sangla Info
Top places to visit in Sangla for madhu sangla by upvan

Top places to visit in Sangla for madhu sangla by upvan

  • State: Himachal Pradesh
  • District: Kinnaur
Sangla is a popular hill town located in the Baspa Valley of Kinnaur district in Himachal Pradesh. Located close to the Tibetan border, this place is covered with forest slopes and mountains. It is situated in the range of the greater Himalayas that gives it a cold climate. Because of its location on the Indo-China border a special permit was required from the Indian Government to travel to this place until the year 1989, when this formality was abolished to promote tourism. The name of the town Sangla has been derived from the village by the same name. The word ‘Sangla’ in Tibetan language means ‘Pass of Light’. Sangla is popular for its pine nut orchards, apples and cherry trees. The glacial streams and the villages located in the region like Chitkul, Karchham and Batseri add to its popularity. One of the most popular attractions here is Kamru Fort, which is an ancient fort. Now it has been converted into a temple dedicated to Goddess Kamakshi. On the third floor of the temple, there is a large image of the goddess. Other places of interest include Sapni, Kanda Trout Farm, which is a valley popular for flowers and Kilba. Located 8 km from the town of Sangla is the village of Bastseri. It is a place known for handmade shawls and Kinnauri caps. Besides that, it is the only place in Sangla where Chilgoza is grown. Most of the villages here provide a glimpse of old age wooden architecture. The best time to visit Sangla is between the months of April and May or in September or October. These months are also ideal for activities like trekking and camping. The most popular festival celebrated here is the annual flower festival, Fulaich, in the month of September.   Place to visit  in sangla Kamru Fort This fort is a perfect place for a glimpse in to the artistic legacy of past. Now converted into a temple, it is dedicated to Hindu Goddess Kamakhya Devi. The fort comprises of wooden balcony with a large idol of the goddess is placed on third floor. The fort welcomes its visitors with a huge image of Lord Buddha on the main gate.

Bering Nag temple Overview

An architectural wonder, this place is a must visit. It is considered as one of the most important temples for Hindus. This temple is devoted to Lord Jagas. If you are travelling between the months of August and September, do not miss the famous Fulaich fair celebrated every year.

Sangla Meadow Overview

Lush green meadows spotted with mud patches and a magnificent backdrop of snow covered Himalayan Mountains. What else could you ask for, to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Also referred to as Sangla Kanda, it is one of most favored attractions in the area. This place should not be missed at any cost.

Sangla Meadow

Lush green meadows spotted with mud patches and a magnificent backdrop of snow covered Himalayan Mountains. What else could you ask for, to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Also referred to as Sangla Kanda, it is one of most favored attractions in the area. This place should not be missed at any cost

Buddhist Monastery

If you are travelling to Himachal Pradesh, you are sure to come across some amazing and beautiful monasteries on the way. Buddhist Monastery is one such place in Brelengi, thus also referred to as Brelengi Gompa. It was established in 1992 to perform the Kalachakra ceremony by the Mahabodhi Society. It is one of the major attractions in the area, attracting a large number of tourists.  

Batseri Village Overview

Situated almost 8 km from Sangla, Basteri Village is place where you can shop some interesting local handicrafts. Handmade shawls and Kinnauri caps are the most famous items in the village. Do not forget to buy pine nuts or chilgoza, which are grown here. Trout Fishing Farm, which lies on the way towards this village, is not to be missed.

Chitkul Village

The last village in India, beyond which lies the Indo-Tibetan Border, this one is about 28 km away from Sangla. Sitting on banks of River Bapsa, this village is mystery waiting to be unfolded. With excruciating scenic beauty, one can buy the famous potatoes of this village, supposedly best in the world which also happen to be quite expensive.

Baspa River

It's time for some activities and adventure! A rippling river with a photographic scenic beauty is an ideal place where tourists prefer to fish, camp and trek. Covering a long distance all the way through the mountains in the area, one can witness the rainbow and brown trout there. A peaceful pace to relax, it is a must visit.

Tibetan Wood Carving Center

A paradise for shopaholics, this place is famous for its Tibetan products made of wood carvings. Once again famous among tourists, Tibetan Wood carving center has good both on display as well as sale.
Chat with us
Chat with us
Questions, doubts, issues? We're here to help you!
Connecting...
None of our operators are available at the moment. Please, try again later.
Our operators are busy. Please try again later
:
:
:
:
Have you got question? Write to us!
:
:
This chat session has ended
Was this conversation useful? Vote this chat session.
Good Bad