SIGHTSEEING

Chail Palace



Chail-Sanctuary




Gaura Giri River



Hattu Peak



Jakhu Hills



Kali Ka Tibba



Kasauli



Kufri



Mashobra



Naldehra



Pabbar Valley



Paonta Sahib



Sankat Morchan



Sidh Baba Mandir



Tatta Pani



World's Highest Cricket Pitch

The Palace, Chail, Built in 1891, the Maharaja's palace is set in approximately 75 acres of land, it has a truly regal setting with spectacular views. A wide variety of cottages, suites and rooms with different tariffs can accommodate every visitor who wishes to savoir this majestic hill station.




Spread in an area of more than 110 sq. kms, at the foothills of mighty Himalayas, Chail Sanctuary encompasses a vast forest cover. In 1976, Chail wildlife sanctuary was identified and was declared as a protected area.





This place is famous for Fishing. Surrounding hills are padded by lush forests that support a large variety of plant and animal life.






Travel to Himachal Pradesh , a tiny hill state, that entice travelers through its benevolent... An uphill trek through Deodar woods leads to Hatu Peak (8 Km).






Situated at the highest peak of Jakhu hill, the Jakhu temple is a century old structure dedicated to Lord Hanuman (Hindu god). One of the famous pilgrimage centers of Shimla, Jakhu temple attracts devotees as well as adventure freaks tourist, who indulge themselves into trekking and mountaineering activities organized by the Himachal Pradesh government.




Kali ka Tibba is a temple dedicated to goddess Kali. It is located at the top of the mountain Blossom, which has been named after the Rajmata’s Cottage. The place provides a beautiful view of the surrounding Shivalik Range and the Choor Chandni Peak. Furthermore, travellers can enjoy trekking to the temple, during which they can rare species of animals.



The Kasauli hill station is situated at an altitude of 1927 meters above sea level and is a small hill station that still retains its colonial ambience of the 19th century. You can find a hint of the colonial influence in each and every little thing in this place.




Kufri is a tiny hill station located 19-kms from Shimla on the National Highway No.22. It has a Himalayan Nature park and close by is the Indira Tourist Park with HPTDC's Cafe Lalit. Indira Park provides some great views of the nearby places. Here one can enjoy a Pony or a Yak Ride.




Situated over 7000 feet above sea level, the breathtakingly beautiful hill station of Mashobra is part of the Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. This quaint town dates back to the 18th century and was built in the British era by Lord Dalhousie. Mashobra is linked to the city of Shimla by the historic and age old Hindustan Tibetan highway rechristened NH 22.




Naldehra is a beautiful place situated 2044 meters above sea level. It is located just 22kms aheadh of Shimla. Naldehra means the abode of God Nal. The main highlight of Naldehra is the oldest golf course of India. It is the venue of many competitions. It is a spot of great natural beauty.




The Pabbar river is a tributary of tons in the yamuna catchment.This trek is one of the frequently used trail to the Sangla valley offering two different routes over Gunas (4,775m) & Buran(4,750m) passes.The latter one is more scenic.The base for this trek is at Dhamwari 135km from shimla.The Pabbar valley was once well known for trout fishing.



Paonta Sahib is a sacred town built in the memory of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. The road passes through Sataun and follows the Giri River along the beautiful scenery. Situated on the banks of Yamuna River, Paonta Sahib is a bustling township with growing industries. It is one of the important holy places for the Sikhs.



One of the most popular tourist attractions of Shimla, the Sankat Mochan Temple is located among lush green and tranquil locales in this beautiful hill station. Shri Sankat Mochan temple in Simla is located on the Kalka - Shimla highway, on the National Highway - 22.




Maharaja Bhupinder Singh had originally intended this to be the site of his palace, and had even started building it, but as is believed, a 'sidh', saintly person appeared in the Maharaja's dream, and declared that this was the place where he had meditated. Consequently, Bhupinder Singh shifted his venue and built a temple on the spot.




At 656m, there are hot sulphur springs here. Himachal Tourism has a restaurant and a Tourist Bungalow at Tattapani. One can drive ahead to the charming country side of Karsog, using Chindi as a Base.





The Chail cricket stadium Of Himachal Pradesh is the highest cricket ground in the world.
Built in 1893 after leveling a hilltop, this cricket pitch is 2444 meters above sea level. Built by Maharaja of Patiala Bhupinder Singh, who developed Chail as his summer capital, the ground was used to play friendly matches by him. It was later transferred to the military school.