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Places To Visit

Chitkul Village

Chitkul Is The Last Inhabited Village Situated Near Indo-Tibet Border At A Distance Of 20 Km From Sangla. This Village Lies On The Right Bank Of River Baspa. The Most Popular Attraction Of This Village Is The Temple Of Local Goddess ‘Chitkul Maathi’ Also Known As ‘Mata Devi’.

Baspa River

The Baspa River Is A Fast Flowing River That Passes Through The Hills Of Sangla Valley. The Surroundings Of Baspa River Provides An Opportunity To View Timely Rainbows And Brown Trout. It Is Also An Angler’s Paradise For Being Home To A Vast Variety Of Fishes.

Bering Nag Temple

The Bering Nag Temple Is Another Popular Nearby Temple And Religious Sightseeing Destination Of Sangla. This Temple Is Dedicated To God Jagas. Its Most Popular Feature Is The Fulaich Fair, Held Here Every Year Between The Months Of August And September.

Sangla Meadows

The Sangla Meadows Also Known As Sangla Kanda Is Another Natural Sightseeing Attraction In Sangla. This Place Is Completely Covered In Greenery And Surrounded By Snow Capped Mountain Ranges Of The Himalayas. It Also Forms A Perfect Sight Of The Kinner Kailash Range

Kamru Fort

The Kamru Fort Is At An Altitude Of 2600 M From Sea Level And 2 Km From The Sangla Valley. Idol Of Kamakshi Devi In This Temple Is Been Brought From Assam. In This Historical Temple 122 Raj Tilak Has Been Performed Till Now And 123rd Raja Is Shri Virbhadra Singh.