Why Kinnaur is a famous vocational spot in India?
Kinnaur district is the most acclaimed part of Himachal Pradesh, a state which has 12 districts, it shares border with Tibet. Kinnaur is a place with picturesque view and of paramount importance in the state with RecongPeo as its district headquarters. The district is home to the Zanskar, Dhauldhar and the Himalyan mountain ranges. Rivers namely Spiti, Sutlej, Baspa and their tributaries enriches Kinnaur with its diversity. Hinduism and Buddhism are largely followed by the people of Kinnaur. Kinnaur is well connected with major cities like Shimla and Dehradun via roads. Taxis with trained drivers and cosy hotels can be made available at discretion.
Adrenaline Demands: For sports enthusiasts, Kinnaur is home to nine coveted trekking routes, boating and wildlife safari. This place is a trekker’s utopia. Undiscovered territories stimulates the cravings for adventure. One of the most thrilling trekking routes is “Parikarma of Kailash”. Boating at Nako Lake is one of the great tourists’ attractions. Kayaking companies are also picking up speed in the waters of Kinnaur. This beautiful valley has several uncharted areas which will tempt our fellow tourists-cum sensationalists. Wildlife sighting is done at Lipa-Asrang Sanctuary, RakchhamChhitkul Sanctuary and RupiBhaba Sanctuary, it is also home to a bio-diverse land.
Explore Kinnaur:Sangla valley a perfect getaway from the screaming cities. Tibetian delicacies like momos, gravy dimsums, thukpa and dumplings should not be missed. Kamru Fort, Bering Nag Temple, Sangla meadow, Monastery, Baspariver, handicraft shops and Tibetian wood carving center serve as major tourist attractions in Kinnaur. Kinnaur tour package allows the tourists to venture out the place at their own pace and up to their satisfaction. ReckongPeo, the Land of Gods lies in the midst of Himalayas. The magnificent view of the KailashParvat and the Shivling cannot be missed. Kinnaur is famous for its apple orchards, deodar and the thick pine trees which add a bloomingly fresh smell to the air transcending you away from the clutter and clamour of cities. Nako village is the largest village in the Kinnaur district. It shares its borders with Tibet. Kalpa, is famous for its beautiful sunrises. The sun kisses the skyline spreading the different shades of red and orange, out of which soft and mild yellow golden rays emerge.
Best time to visit Kinnaur is from April to July. During this period prior booking ofthe best Kinnaur Tour Package is highly recommended in order to avoid hassles. Kinnaur is a land of mountain villages with slate-roofed temples, boundless apple orchard, towering snowcapped speaks and roads which will give you goose bumps. The Foreingers need inner line permit which can be obtained in ReckongPeo to travel from Kinnaur headquarters and Sumdo(Spiti). Kinnauris are very proud and affable people. They survive from apple growing and farming. To explore the best of Kinnaur, the roads less travelled need to be traversed. The poetic and mystical ambience of Kinnaur is anxious to embrace you in its patronage.