Sangla Travel guide

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Sangla is a village in Himachal Pradesh, India. It's a decent base for exploring the surrounding area, though the village itself isn't overly pleasant.

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Sangla Valley is located in Kinnaur Distict of Upper Himchal Pradesh,India. The road leading to the Sangla Valley is challenging. Situated on the banks of river Baspa, the Sangla Valley boasts of Kinner Kailash Peak, which can be seen from the Sangla Village. The Kinner Kailash peak is the said to be winter home of Lord Shiva

Sangla village is on a slope with houses rising one above the other with gigantic Kinner-Kailash peak (6,050 m) towering over it. Sangla is also famous for Kamru Fort. This fort was the place where rajas of Kinnaur were crowned. Now this fort is dedicated to Kamakshi Temple. The Goddess idol was brought from Guwahati (Assam).


Hill architecture. The local devta temple here is a must see.



Cafe 42

very good cafe run by a lady, nice interior and very good food.


Take enough drinking water for sangla.


Banjara Camp - good river side accommodation. Excellent accommodation and very good food

Baikunth - visit for more information

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