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Himachal Pradesh Raksham Chitkul
In the year 1962 Rakhcham-Chitkul wildlife sanctuary was formed. The forest in the wildlife sanctuary has dry brad scrubs. The Rakhcham-Chitkul wildlife sanctuary covers an area of 34 sq. km. The fauna in the Rakhcham-Chitkul wildlife sanctuary is formed with Blue Sheep, Brown Bear, Goral, Leopard, Himalyan Black Bear and Musk Deer. Visitor to the sanctuary can also visit the numerous temples that are all around the sanctuary. The sanctuary is located in the uppermost Himalayan range and shares it neighbourhood with Kinner-Kailash peak.
There are various routes in the vicinity of Rakhcham-Chitkul wildlife sanctuary that are good for trekking. The most famous among them is the perfidious Lamkhanga Pass which links Kinnaur in Himachal and Uttarakhand in Gangotri region. The village of Chittkul is on the Indo-Tibetan border and is the last village of India. This is one of the major reasons that many tourists get attracted to this place.
Weather and Best Time to Visit
The sanctuary comes under the dry zones of the Himachal range as there is no monsoon in the area. This makes it easy for the tourists as they can visit the sanctuary throughout the year.
From May to November the area is considered best for its visit.
How to Reach
The nearest airport is Shamshabad International Airport.
The nearest airport is Patancheru.
Taxis or Local state transport buses can be hired to reach the Wildlife sanctuaries. The buses are easily available from nearby famous cities of Himachal and Uttarakhand.
Where to Stay
The accommodation in the rest house of PWD is best for the stay while visiting the sanctuary.