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KASAULI

KASAULI
KASAULI
 
If you are looking for a tranquil holiday retreat surrounded by pine forests in Himachal Pradesh, Kasauli is your destination. The picturesque tiny hill station is located at a distance of 77km from the hill station of Shimla. Developed by the Britishers during the 19th century, Kasauli retains much of its old world charm even today. Beautiful forests of pine, orchards and rolling hills surround the hill town of Kasauli from all sides.
The tourist destination is popular among tourists for its natural charm, churches, research centre and excellent walks through pine and oak forests. From Kasauli, Travellers can also make a wonderful excursion tour to Kufri, another popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh.
 
Fast Facts
Altitude: 1927 m 
Location: Himachal Pradesh 
Climate: Summers (Mild) & Winters (Cold) Clothing: Heavy woolens required in winter 
Languages: Hindi, Punjabi, English and Pahari 
Best Time to Visit: April to September
 
Tourist Attractions:-
Apart from a heart-stirring natural beauty, Kasauli also offers to see many tourist attractions. Some of the most famous places of attractions in this hill town are as follows.
 
Monkey Point:-
Located at a distance of 4 km from the Kasauli bus stand, the Monkey Point is a major crowd puller here. The place also features a temple, which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman (the Monkey god). Monkey Point is known to afford some of the most eye-catching views of River Satluj and the city of Chandigarh.
 
Sanawar:-
Travelling a distance of 6km from Kasauli takes you to another popular tourist destination known as Sanawar. Here, you can make a visit to the 100-year-old Lawrence School, which was established by Sir Henry Lawrence. A picturesque waterfall and the Nahara Devi Temple are famous attractions at Sanawar.
 
Baba Balak Nath Temple:-
The famous temple occupies a position atop the Garner Hill, 3km away from Kasauli. The temple stands here in the memory of Baba Balak Nath. Childless couples regularly arrive at the temple to get blessed with a child.
 
How to Reach:-
Chandigarh, 65 km away, is the closest airport from Kasauli. A little farther at 73 km is the second closest airport of Shimla. If you are arriving by rail, you can first catch a train to Kalka, the closest railway station from Kasauli. There are regular taxi services available from Kalka to Kasauli. The road trip takes around an hour. Direct bus services to Kasauli are available from key destinations like Delhi, Chandigarh and Shimla among others.

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