Enthrall yourself with beautiful sceneries of Sangla Valley while enjoying or perhaps taking a casual stroll on the banks of the Sangla valley. Such a stress-releasing ambience will be work as a healing tool to chill you up and help you unwind. Apart from the atmospheric bliss, you can enjoy several activities and make your trip memorable.
There is not much known about the history of Sangla Valley. Historically, it is believed that the entire district was earlier known by the name of Kanaurra or Kinnaura. This area originally came under the kingdom of Magadha Kingdom. And then it was followed by the Mauryan rule sometime in the 6th century BC. Later on in history, this place was further divided into a total of seven regions called Sat Khund. As the Mughal Era came to an end, the district came to be known as Chini Tehsil. The region was then merged with the Mahasu district.
Bering Nag Temple. Structured in north Indian architecture style, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The beautiful ambience and solace atmosphere is divine and enchanting.
Sangla Meadow. If you have been travelling to the Sangla Valley, it will be great if you visit the beautiful meadow named “Sangla Meadow” which holds a magnificent ambience.
Boating. While you are at Sangla Valley, you can explore the boat riding and thrilled by the nature around Sangla Valley.
Fishing. When you are on a trip and leave you monotonous work behind, fishing is the great exercises to heal your mind and Sangla Valley definitely grants your wish.
If you have been visited Himachal Pradesh earlier, you must know the beautiful place looks more aesthetically-driven during the mid-winters. However, you can also make a visit in the summer season here as well.
By Air. The nearest airport is the Kullu Manali Airport in Bhuntar. It advised taking connecting flights via Delhi or Chandigarh to this place. And after deboarding at the airport, you will need to cover the remaining distance by some means of public transportation like a cab.
By Train. The nearest train station is the Shimla Railways Station. After you get off-board the train, you can easily take a cab or some other means of transportation to reach here.
By Road. Depending upon your location, i.e. to say if you are residing nearby within 100-200 km, you can plan on covering the whole distance by road as well. For this, you will need to take a cab or a bus. Otherwise, you can also consider taking your own car.
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