Sarchuis situated at height of about 4,290 m, Sarchu is high enough to cause Acute Mountain Sickness. The journey along the Manali-Leh highway at high elevation and changeable road conditions and it normally takes two days, so travellers and tourists use this place for staying during the night.
Sarchuis situated at height of about 4,290 m, Sarchu is high enough to cause Acute Mountain Sickness. During the time of winters, the temperature drops to a minimum of -35°C while in the summer season the maximum temperatures is 25°C. In summer season the highway and camp in Sarchu is opened from the month of June to October. In the winter season , the highway and camp are closed when snowstorm blocks the highways road. Sarchu Weather read more>>>
Places To See Sarchu
Places to see sarchu covers places like manali, leh, keylong, baralacha la, tanglang la, morey plains.Manali is situated at height of 2,050 m in Beas River Valley. Keylong is the executive centre of Lahaul and Spiti district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh,which is located at a distance of 126 km to the north of Manali.Baralacha la is a high mountain pass in Zanskar range which connects Lahaul district. Taglang La is a high mountain pass in Ladakh region. More plains is crossed by road, Leh to Manali.
Places Around Sarchu
Places around Sarchu covers interacting places like manali, leh, keylong, baralacha la, tanglang la, morey plains. Thousands of visitors come to Sarchu to pass their vacations. Such beautiful moments will make you life memorable.
Sarchu AttractionsSarchu Attractions covers places such as manali, leh, keylong, baralacha la, tanglang la, morey plains, Sarchu tourism provides you details about the various tourist attractions which you can visit in
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Sarchu celebrates various festivals with great delight and religious sentiments .Basant Panchami whch is one of the important sarchu festival of Hindus celebrated around the country. Diwali is one of the most imperative festivals of Hindu religion which is celebrated in the month of October or November and the Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this festival. Holi is also one of the main festivals of Hindu religion which means festival of colours.