Kasauli Hill Station
Kasauli is a small hill town situated at a rise of 1,927 m over the sea level. Generally, created by British Empire amid its top period in India, the town of Kasauli is surrounded by a blend forests of pine, oak and tremendous horse-chestnut. It is one of those places that, notwithstanding its excellence still have yet to get itself noticeably on the vacationer’s guide.
Activities: Hiking, Camping, Trekking, Nature walking and Paragliding
Best Places to visit:
Manki Point: Manki Point or Monkey Point is eminent for the temple of Lord Hanuman located on the peak of the hill which is the most noteworthy and highest point in Kasauli. It is said, at the end of Ramayana when Lord Hanuman was coming back from the Himalayas subsequent to getting Sanjivani Booty or the Magical Herb, his foot touched the hill and in this manner the highest point of hill is in the shape of a foot where the temple of Lord Hanuman is situated.
The Mall: The Mall or The Mall Road is the busiest locale of the town that offers various shopping alternatives. Guests can take part in nature strolls through the Upper Mall and Lower Mall lanes. Walker’s Paradise is the primary focus of the destination’s social life.
Sunset Point: Sunset point is on the upper mall, the view of setting sun from this spot is a moment to treasure. After the Sun-sets one can see a falcon eye perspective of the far however clear splendid lights of Chandigarh, Panchkula, Baddi, Nalagarh, Kalka and Pinjore.
Dagshai: Settled in the Shivalik foothills, Dagshai is one among the most established British cantonments in the nation. The cantonment territory is situated at an elevation of 6000 ft over the sea level. Dates back to mid 1876, bright red and green rooftops school campuses exist at the highest point of Dagshai hill which offer an other all encompassing perspective of the spot.
Anglican Church: The church was built by the British families fit as a fiddle of a cross who additionally established the framework of Kasauli town in 1842. The excellence of this 159-year-old structure is upgraded by the encompassing trees of fir and grove of chestnut.
Some other major attractions are: Central Research Institute, Garden of Char Minar, Timber Trail Resort, Kasauli Club, Kasauli Brewery, The Lawrence School etc.
Best Time To Visit: March to November