Sarchu is the main halt point with tented accommodation in the Himalayas on the Leh-Manali Highway, on the boundary between Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh(Jammu and Kashmir) in India. It is located between Baralacha La to the south and Lachulung La to the north, at a height of 4,290 m. Sarchu is a place which is well known for its natural beauty. Sarchu is located at a high altitude and on a barren patch of land on the Manali-Leh highway. This beautiful highway is sandwiched between two high mountain passes from Baralacha La and Nakee La. A large number of travelers like to visit the place in the month of June to September every year; because this is the time of the year when the entire highway is covered with heavy snow. This snow-covered splendor makes it an attractive tourist spot for travelers. Sarchu is well known for its important night halts on the Manali-Leh highway along with Keylong that attract a large number of travelers from all around the world.

                    

Trekking: The trekking trail in Sarchu is so big that it takes many days to complete it. There are very few trekking enthusiasts that complete this trail. Trekking in Sarchu includes crossing 2 river passes and there are many scenic views in the trail.

Apart from Trekking There are a variety of interesting things to do in Sarchu that make it an ideal tourist spot for those who love adventure. One of the most attractive things to do in Sarchu is a visit to the transit camp site on one of the highest highways in the world, which makes it a perfect tourist spot for all those who love adventure and recreational activities. One can spend some beautiful days here in the region as it offers great accommodation faculties to its visitors. It is quite easy to reach the destination due to smooth transportation services and related facilities.Information about Things to do in Sarchu like Shopping, Nightlife in Sarchu, jungle camping. 

                    


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