Welcome to Chitkul!
Chitkul located at an altitude of 3423m, and also known as "the last village of India", is a nice place to visit in Himachal Pradesh. It's popular for mountains, nature and trekking. Chitkul is visited by most people in the months of April, May, June and October.
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How to reach Chitkul
Chitkul doesn't have flight or train connectivity. But it can be reached via bus. It's also connected with road so you can hire a taxi, or self-drive to reach here if you like.
Reaching Chitkul by bus:
Reckong Peo Bus Stand (see Reckong Peo) is the nearest major bus station, with buses to other cities. Chitkul Bus Stand is a local bus stop with limited bus frequency.
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Reaching Chitkul by Train:
Chandigarh Railway Station (CDG) is the nearest major railway station.
Shimla Railway Station (SML) is a local train station nearby, with limited railway connectivity.
Reaching Chitkul by Air:
Chandigarh Airport (IXC) is the nearest major international airport.
Shimla Airport (SLV) is a small airport with limited flight routes.
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