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Sangla

Sangla

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Sangla Valley or the Baspa Valley starts at Karcham and ends at Chitkul. Sangla is the major town in the valley with a petrol pump, Bank ATMs, Post Office, Restaurants, Bar, mid range hotels and shops. The valley is surrounded by forested slopes and offers views of the high mountains. Its location in the greater Himalayan range gives it a milder climate than the plains. Until 1989 outsiders could not enter the valley without a special permit from the Government of India, due to its strategic position on the Indo-Tibet/China border. The Baspa River flows in the Sangla Valley which is rich in apple orchards, apricot, Wall-nut, Cedar trees, and glacial streams with trout. The main villages in the valley villages include Chitkul, Rakcham, Batseri, Themgarang, Kamru The Ancient & Historical village , Chansu, Buraa, Shong ,Kilba and Sapni.

Resorts

Resorts

Sangla

FLB Resorts Kinner Camps

Kinnaur, the district where the camp is located, is called the ‘The Land of Fairytales’ for a reason: the place is covered with acres of the lush green valleys, snow-covered mountains, and vineyards. The sights, regardless of which direction you are looking in, are absolutely stunning – when the foliage turns into just-the-perfect shades of white and green is the time when the place really comes alive. The camp is a flawless escape for adventure lovers and people who love to spend time with nature instead of paying big bucks for a luxury suite in a cement jungle. The park sits in a dramatic setting surrounded by the mountains and filled with the sounds of the chirping birds. As far as adventure and recreational activities go, there is no shortage of either. While in Sangla, you can go for trekking on the beautiful nature trails, village walks, Shepherd trails, fishing, and angling. If that doesn’t suit your idea of enjoyment, you can always try a more relaxing approach with in-house meditation and yoga.
  • Parking
  • Taxi
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Power Backup

Activities

Activities

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing

What to Wear:

Go for a comfortable t-shirt and lower, keeping them light-weighted.

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Follow the order
  • Check the direction of the route
  • Never be overconfident about your climbing skills
  • Eat minimal before climbing

Trekking

Trekking

What to Wear:

Comfortable Clothes with Sturdy Shoes

What to Carry:

  • An extra pair of comfortable clothes
  • Small Towel
  • Camera (obviously!)
  • Batteries and Memory Cards
  • Sleeping Bag (if you plan to spend the night out on the trails)
  • A Reusable Water Bottle (holding at least a litre of water)
  • Walking Stick
  • Hat, Sunglasses and Sunscreen
  • Flashlight
  • Snacks
  • Hand Sanitizer Gel and Soap
  • First Aid Kit
  • Medicine Box
  • Toilet Paper

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Check the Weather
  • Research well and choose a trail which suits your physical capability
  • Wear shoes which have Good Support and are in Good Condition
  • Don’t trek alone and if you do, tell someone the trail you are going to take and an estimated time of return
  • Carry a compass or a GPS

Be environment sensitive

Fishing

Fishing

What to wear:

Shirts, Shorts and Sandals

What to carry:

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Gloves
  • Sunglasses

Dos and Don’t s:

  • Take your kids along
  • Check your fishing equipment beforehand
  • Check the weather forecast