The Green Sangla Valley
In Tibetan, ‘Sang’ means “light” and ‘La’ means “pass” so ‘Sangla’ is the “pass of light”. It's famous
for its riverside beauty and proximity to the mountains.
The Kinner Kailash dominates the view from this hamlet. The Baspa, with its crystal clear waters brimming with trout, runs
through the valley. This is an ideal place for relaxing, sightseeing, trekking and fishing.
Magnificent location, value accommodation and proximity to local village life account
for much of Baikunth's appeal.
At Baikunth Adventure Camps leisurely meals, good books and scenic walks can easily occupy the more laidback tourist. The more adventurous have options like trekking and fishing; one of the greatest attractions of the camp.
When To Visit
The camp remains open from April to October.
April and October - Pleasant days. Night temperature may drop to 5 deg. C (Heavy Woolens)
May to September - Pleasant days and cold nights (Light Woolens)
Reacquaint yourself with nature via leisurely treks through the mountains and by the river. Feel your whole being come alive as you fish for trout in the Baspa. Choose your pick of activities:
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