After a short and very bumpy ride of 3hrs, we reached Chitkul. We kept in our mind to either stay at Zostel or Wanderer's nest but after exploring for a bit, we found a great homestay namely Raj homestay which was up close to the road where the buses arrive and depart and also very close to the views and the mini market. We gave 800 rupees for a night including heater, clean washroom and a reading room. What can you expect more in 800 rupees? Plus 2 localites that were managing the homestay offered us local wine made of wheat to be shared by 5 travellers as the bottle costed around 500 per bottle. So we talked to the other 3 travellers staying at the homestay and shared the cost of wine and the heater room. There was a heater room where the localites cooked the chappatis and heated the chicken and veggies there at the heater.