Camps Sangla Valley Camp (Himachal
Pradesh, India) is an ideal setting for total relaxation with cosy Swiss-style
tents that have attached bathrooms, a well-equipped kitchen and evening bonfires
that keep the chill away.
six months every year, the Himalayan valleys of Kinnaur and Spiti emerge from
a thick cloak of snow. At a height of 2,700 mts the Banjara Camp is surrounded
by towering mountains on all sides and is set on the banks of the Baspa river
that surges through the valley.
valley village is on a slope with houses rising one above the other with gigantic
Kinner-Kailash peak (6,050m) towering over it. Sangla valley is also famous for
Kamru Fort. This fort was the place where rajas of Kinnaur were crowned. Now this
fort is dedicated to Kamakshi Temple. The Goddess idol was brought from Guwahati
: 12 Rooms (commissioned in May 2009), 15 fully furnished tents with
attached bath. 24 hrs running hot/cold water (LPG Geyser in all tents). All
rooms have a balcony overlooking the orchards, snow peak views and river at a
distance. Tents overlook the orchards.
The Sangla Valley Camp & Retreat stays open from April to
temperatures vary with the seasons. May to September have pleasant days (light
woolens) and cold nights while April & October have pleasant days. The night
temperature may dip to 5 degrees. Glacier walk is possible at a short walk
from the retreat during month of April (It has even snowed in Sangla in April in
past). Only rooms remain open for guests in November.
to visit around the Retreat
Chitkul : Last village on the old Hindustan-Tibet trade route.
Meadows : Full day walk to the green pastures.
* Beautiful 4 hr
walk along the Baspa river to Rakcham village.
* Baspa River : This
river flowing along the valley is great for trout fishing.
: Just across the camp, this village is an excellent example of the great hill
architecture. The local devta temple here is a must see
- Barbecues (To be Pre-ordered). Trout Barbeques available on request. Meals
otherwise served on buffet basis (Indian, Chinese, Continental).
Games - Carrom, Board Games (Checkers, Chess, Snakes and Ladders etc.)
with well stocked books / magazines
Games - Basket ball, Table Tennis (Placed outdoors), Darts, Children
- Walks / Treks with guides (for the first timer to the advance level
trekkers), River walks, River Crossing, Overnight camping, Camp fire in the
- Souvenir shop. Here postcards, ethnic items (Local craft), pickles (local
variety) etc. are stocked for guests to purchase as souvenirs.
of Banjara Camps & Retreats is to provide wholesome soft adventure family
holidays. For those who are interested in serious adventure there are 1 to 5
night overnight camping possibilities in the meadows around the area after May.
These meadows are considered very beautiful when they bloom fully during
/ Distance Chart - [
MAP ] [ Distance
: Narkanda - 180 kms, Kalpa - 55 kms, Nako - 120 kms, Chitkul - 20 kms, Kaza -
is visited as a part of Adventure Himachal