4th day: Travelling all throughout the day we called a day off in Chitkul. And you might fall in love with this place at first sight, like I did. This place is located just at the nook of north and slight east of India that is Indo-China border located along the Satluj river surrounded by snowcaps peaks. The mountains here are the boundary which separate us from China. I was overjoyed at the thought of having been in the last village of the country, Chitkul. A small beautiful Hamlet, where you can only observe countable huts, and beautiful flowers sprang out in the springs of month of July. It was village out from any chaos and like a poem that it will make you hers at an instant. We brought our tents with us, so we set up our tents near Satluj, although it was a bad idea. Because it was very cold at night near river, try to avoid it.