*This is a Kalpa Valley photoblog, a blog full of photos I took during my trip to Kinnaur Valley.
I decided to come up with Kalpa Valley Photo Blog. This post entirely focuses on photos or problem-solving photos for some.
Me – Guess what?
You – What?
Me – Photos also help in decision making many a time, and in some cases, it’s the primary decision-maker.
Kalpa Valley is undoubtedly one of the major attractions in Kinnaur Valley because of the mountains, heritage village, surroundings, and many more.
But, I felt the reason that attracted me towards Kinnaur Valley and especially towards Kalpa Valley is the culture.
I have heard many times about Kinnaur culture and wanted to experience this.
i.e., Kinnaur happened.
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Also, it’s pretty far from Delhi and takes 2 days to reach from the Shimla side via public transport, and many are thinking it will cost too much and you have to save a lot before planning.
But I did Kinnaur Valley under 8k, and you can also plan your visit on a low budget.
I will be writing the caption below the photos for a better understanding.
Rampur, Himachal Pradesh
Can you guess this?
Yeah, most of you guessed right. It’s the head of a woman sitting in front of me.
That was also taken at Rampur from the bus to Kinnaur Valley.
Kalpa- Kinnaur Valley (Himachal Pradesh)
This was taken from a shed just before entering Kalpa Village.
Reached Heritage Kalpa Village
That remained clicked before entering the Monastery.
Also Read, what all things to do on the Kalpa Village tour
That is from clicked from inside Chandrika Temple next to the junior school.
Streets of Kalpa at the time of the afternoon.
In the Village of Kinnaur Valley – Kalpa
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On the way to see Roghi road.
On the Kalpa – Roghi road
On the Kalpa- Roghi road. On this road, there comes the much-talked-about suicide point.
Village Kashmir in Kalpa
My Homestay was in Village Kashmir in Kalpa, from Heritage and central Kalpa Village.
It was a steep climb to reach the main road from my Homestay in the village of Kashmir.
Hardly any bus goes on this route of Village Kashmir (very few); you have to reach a diversion point from where buses pass by.
On my way back to my Homestay.
On my way to Homestay in the evening.
I used to wake up early to explore.
i.e., this is my Kalpa Valley Photo Blog.
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