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nikhil Satpute
"Enjoy an enticing sunrise and after breakfast, drive to the road less travelled- The Chushul Village via Merak Village. As you drive along the lake, you get an opportunity to witness the glorious flora and fauna of the place. Often spotted are the wild ass (Kyang), and a number of beautiful birds like the seagull, Brahminy Dark, and the Black Neck Crane.A significant spot at Chusul is the Chushul Monastery. This is the place where Indian and Chinese armies officially meet for interactions and consultations to avoid face-off. It is one of the four officially agreed BPM (Border Personnel Meeting) Points.The eventful day comes to an end with a return to the camp where you can spend your evening at leisure. We suggest you capture this beauty in your mind and on camera as the sun sets in the background making way for the stars."#No line of control as such between India-China just mountains, few of the mountains are neither of both
Shubra Acharya
Ladakh has been becoming a popular destination for riders over the past few years. While most people ride up till Pangong Tso Lake till either Lukung or Spangmik, very very few ride further alongside the Pangong Tso. Doing this route requires permits from Leh, but it is a route that you don't want to miss the next time you are in Ladakh!45 kms ahead of Spangmik is Chushul, a very small village with great ITBP presence, due to the village's proximity to China. Among all the mountains you will see from here, there will be a mix of Indian & Chinese mountains!How far? 15 kmsNeighbouring Country: ChinaCan you cross the border? No. This is as far as one can get to China from here!2. TURTUK, JAMMU & KASHMIR