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Suchen to Shangarh road, Neuli, Kullu District, Sainj, Himachal Pradesh, 175134
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Shangarh Village- An offbeat retreat in Kullu district

Want to spend an idyllic and a leisure time away from the densely populated regions of Shimla and Manali? Then a quick visit to Shangarh village in Himachal Pradesh is something you must be planning at this moment where you will get the much needed break and satisfaction from your day to day routine like never before

Shangarh is a tranquil and picturesque Himalayan Hamlet located in the Sainj Valley of Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh that  offers travelers a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the pristine beauty of nature. From the sight of serene meadows to the green pine forests and old Shiva temples, Shangarh has also been referred to as mini switzerland for its etheral beauty that one can get to see upon arrival

With the village being located very close to the snow capped mountains , it creates a stunning backdrop during early hours of the days. The Village is durrounded by the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) which ofters an unique opportunity to explore the diverse species of flora and fauna of the place.

The journey to this idyllic village takes you through scenic landscapes and lush greenery, setting the stage for an unforgettable adventure. From the pristine Sainj Valltey with its green landscape a to quaint village life and ancient temples, Shangarh promises a rich tapestry of experiences that cater to both nature lovers and cultural enthusiasts.

Best Time To Visit Shangarh

The ideal time to visit Shangarh is between March to June and from September to November, when the weather remains comfortable, and the valleys remain green with the arrival of monsoons. However you should check the weather forevasts before heading towatds Shangarh as heavy rains can lead to road closures. Similarly visitng during Winter should be done with precaution because heavy snowfalls  can lead to road closure. 

Who should visit?

  1. Trekers
  2. Photographers
  3. Nature lovers
  4. Solo traveler
  5. Groups/family
  6. Youth travelers
  7. Bird watchers

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