It's More Than A Dream, The Delusion That You Can Feel & Sense: Chitkul
A peek into heaven - Kinnaur
Chhitkul: An Abode of heaven on earth...
Taking 3 wrong roads, of which one was inaccurately illuminated by navigation, then landing on to the side of a cemetery at around 3 am near Karchham, we lost all hopes in that moment, but thanks to the only well-lit JP Karcham Wangtoo Hydroelectric project and it`s township, we could make out the right way somehow....
Kinnaur!! The hidden paradise of wonder!
In the Lap of Nature: Sangla Valley & Chhitkul
The wild and beautiful Kinnaur! #GypsySoul
Lahaul-Spiti Motorbike Ride
Rendezvous with Chitkul – The last Indian village and the hidden jewel of Kinnaur
Chitkul: Where imagination takes shape
Winter trip to Chitkul : Last village of India
Trekking To The Last Village In Himachal Pradesh
Lost in the wild at Kinnaur valley
Spitifying 2017 - Fulfilling The Dreams
Exploring Mighty Himalayas: Kinnaur Valley & Spiti Valley
OLD HINDUSTAN TIBET ROAD
Exploring Kinnaur & Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh
A Road trip to Kinnaur
The wonderland called Spiti
Journey Of A 15 Year Old To The Remotest Region Of India!
The Spiti Travelogue
Exploring Mighty Himalayas Part II: Spiti Valley
Amazing Sangla and Chitkul
Reckong Peo-God's own land
Road Trip Through Spiti Valley
Kinnaur with a Backpack
Particularly treacherous is the road from Karcham to Reckong Pea via Urni , the road here gains dizzying heights with swift switchbacks and descends equally rapidly over a course of a 20 Km run , sitting on the left side of the bus and looking at it negotiating the hairpin bends & narrow ledges , mere inches away from a steep drop to the valley below is a nerve wracking experience , definitely not for the fainthearted....
Tales from Himachal-II End of the valley at Chitkul
NH-22 from Shimla to Peo takes a diversion near Karcham bridge, around 24 km from Peo, to climb the steep and narrow roads of Sangla Valley, a stunningly beautiful stretch of sixty kilometers that ends at the border with Tibet/China.The turquoise waters of Baspa flows from the Tibetan plateau and enters India through this wide valley at Chitkul- the last Indian settlement before the Chinese border and apparently it’s the most charming place to be in the entire valley.There are many other small hamlets along the valley road out of which Sangla is the largest and well developed....