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Trout Farm

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Kinnaur District, Sangla 416404, India
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Heritage Farm

This farm is located in the Sangla valley of Kinnaur. These farms contains cultivated land of... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2017
Shimla, India
Kinnaur is great

May be any place of Kinnaur, you will love it. It is full of natural beauty from every corner, Here... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Kanpur, India
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16 Mar 2017
“Kinnaur is great”
3 Nov 2017
“Heritage Farm”
Kinnaur District, Sangla 416404, India
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Reviewed 3 November 2017

This farm is located in the Sangla valley of Kinnaur. These farms contains cultivated land of vegitables and flowers . Beautiful place to sit and spend some good time with Nature and natural beauty.

Thank parth786sharma786
Reviewed 16 March 2017

May be any place of Kinnaur, you will love it. It is full of natural beauty from every corner, Here you can feel the calm of nature and simplicity of Indians, I loved entire town.

Thank ManishGupt71
Reviewed 3 November 2016

Trout Farm is good to see as this place is in a little walk from hotel room. A good scenery makes you feel perfect when you are in a silent place.

Thank souravbasak1985
Reviewed 1 May 2016 via mobile

For those who have reviewed this place saying there is nothing much, I am really not sure what more they were looking for (dinner and a show ;)?) The farm is situated in the most beautiful location and just walking down to it is a...More

Thank Mnanne
Reviewed 12 January 2016

Should visit. The walk through the chinnars is marvelous and refreshing. Also called as mini kashmir. Although farm was nothing much to talk about, but the scenery of the entire region is breathtaking

Thank GGG0202
Reviewed 27 October 2015

A beautiful long walk through forests and across rivers takes you to the trout farm which was breeding Norwegian Trout. Still a small set-up, but clean and well run. It was interesting and since you could buy the fish, an unexpected eating pleasure in the...More

Thank Rajesh J
Reviewed 1 August 2015

Please don't waste your time visiting this place. It's pathetic and there is no one around the farm to talk to. The only good thing is the views of Sangla town and surrounding mountain peaks one gets while trekking to the farm.

Thank Deepak30071986
Reviewed 12 July 2015

I went in the month of july so it was not advisable to do fishing in this season as this is their breeding season. Though we peeped inside the chambers where trouts were kept. Fishing is allowed but you have to carry your own fishing...More

Thank Suneeti S
Reviewed 10 July 2015

We visited the Trout farm at Sangla in July; however since the season was nearly ending for that area we could not see to our hearts content; not to mention the drizzle which cut our visit short. Nevertheless the experience and knowledge was quite enriching

Thank PaporiR
Reviewed 13 September 2013

The walk from hotel room to Trot farm is very good. It goes through small village roads, apple farms and deodar forest and baspa river. Farm itself has not much to offer than watching trouts in big tubs. Its about 3-4 kms from main sangla...More

3  Thank Debrup M
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