Drive to the stunningly beautiful Chitkul (23 km), the last village on Indo- Tibet border and a walk to Nakhasti, the last civilian point (2.5km). You can walk through this village & have a relaxed lunch on the banks of river Bapsa.
To quench your adrenal thirst, right in the premises of the camp we organise adventure activities like Rock Climbing, Rappelling, River crossing & Zip Line etc.
You can choose to opt for any of the following treks, which range from short day treks to overnight treks.
Day Trek from Batseri to Raksham
Sangla Kanda Trek (3 Nights – 4 Days)
Waking up early in the morning to the sound of Buddhist chants & hummingbirds or practice meditation & yoga in our specially designed meditation hall. Enjoy the much needed inner peace here at Kinner Camps.
Have you ever trekked with shepherds before? Is trekking with the locals & to live like one, on your must-do list? Here is, the perfect trek for you! Trek & camp with the shepherds who take their sheep’s on the mountain tops for grazing & learn about their ways of life.
Batseri is one of the oldest villages in Sangla. One can walk through the village & witness the rich Kinnauri culture, visit the apple orchards & attend a religious ceremony.
The crystal clear water of Baspa river is treat to angle for trout as well as for fishing enthusiasts. One day angling tour can be arranged for the guests. Basic angling equipment is provided by the camp.
Want to camp out for a night? Well, it is very much possible to do so amidst the Himalayas. Our team will help you set up tents along with all camping gears to enjoy a stunning camping experience with the view of the mountains.
Situated at an elevation of 2600 meters, Kamru fort is the most popular historical site to visit in Sangla. At the main gate a blissful statue of Lord Buddha blesses the visitors. The fort encloses a 15th century shrine of Lord Badrinath. The wooden balcony of the fort serves as an ideal spot to witness the grandeur of Himalayan landscape.