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    Best time to Visit Kasauli: Whole Year

    Category : Nature Explorer: Nature Explorer

    Duration(days) : 2 Days

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    Kasauli is a beautiful hill station of Himachal Pradesh. 

     


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    Monkey Point

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    Monkey Point - Believed to be the place where Lord Hanuman set his feet while on his way to look for Sanjeevani herb. It is the highest point in Kasauli.
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      Christ Church or Anglican Church

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      Christ Church or Anglican Church, was constructed in 1853 and known for its marvelous neo-gothic architecture dedicating to St. Francis and St. Barnabas. It is situated on Lower Mall close to the bus stand. It is located amidst a picturesque location of pine and deodar trees.
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        Kasauli Brewery

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        It is oldest brewery in India and use age-old methodology even today. it was the highest distillery and brewery in the world before shifting due to lack of fresh water.
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          Sunset Point

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          Close to Kasauli Bus Stand, Sunset Point is a famous viewpoint located at the end of the Upper Mall road for its picturesque sunset view. This is one of the best places to visit in Kasauli. Reaching the place through oak and pine trees is also a memorable experience. The best time to visit sunset point is between 5.30 PM to 6.30 PM
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            Sunrise Point or Hawa Ghar

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            At a distance of 1.5 km from Kasauli Bus Stand, about 300m from Ros Common, Sunrise Point is a beautiful viewpoint situated on Lower Mall road. This point was formerly called as Hawa Ghar due to the steady air currents throughout the year. Visitors can enjoy the panoramic view of the Chandigarh city. The rising sun amidst the hills of the Shivalik range adds to the charm of this place.
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              Gilbert Trail

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              Further ahead of the Sunset Point is the Gilbert hill which also offers splendid views. It is little known short walk offering great natural beauty and serenity. Gilbert Trail has splendid small narrow path, green landscape, hills, colorful birds and scenic environment. It starts fro Kasauli Club and ends at the Air Force Station. The track is located off the main road and stretches to almost 1.5 km. It is situated close to the Sunset Point in Kasauli.
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                The Mall Road

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                All the activity in Kasauli is centered on the upper and lower Mall roads. The main market of Kasauli is also located on the Mall road. The Mall stretches between the Christ Church and the Monkey Point. Look for handicrafts, jewellery items, wood and metalwork, shawls, woolen caps, Tibetan carpets and food items at the Lower Mall. Along with the Mall Road, tourists can also visit the Old Bazaar and Tibetan market, which are popular for buying woolen and souvenirs.
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                  The Baba Balak Nath Temple

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                  Located on the Graner Hill. This cave temple is dedicated to Baba Balak Nath, an ardent follower of Lord Shiva. It is believed that if childless couple visit and pray here, they will be blessed with children. The first ceremonies of the children are also conducted here. One of the highlights of the shrine is the numerous sculptures of Lord Shiva. People believe that all their wishes are fulfilled in this temple. Every Sunday, priest of the temple sits on his Gaddi and answers all the queries of the visitors. It is said that when he sits on his Gaddi a supernatural power of Baba Balak Nath enters in him, then the Baba correctly tells about ones' past and gives exact prediction of future. Navratri is the most important festival celebrated here with great passion.
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                    Toy Train

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                    Take the Toy Train ride from Dharampur to Barog. From Kasauli, Dharampur is 10 km and train can be taken up to Barog and return. The journey through the hills tunnels, oak trees and pine forests, gorges, small hilly hamlets is mesmerizing.
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                      Dagshai

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                      Dagshai - 14 km from Kasauli and one of the oldest cantonment towns at 5700 feet hillock on Kalka-Shimla Highway. Dagshai was founded in 1847 by the East India Company by securing five villages from Maharaja of Patiala Bhupinder Singh. The villages are Dabbi, Badhtiala, Chunawad, Jawag and Dagshai. The new cantonment was named after the largest Dagshai village. The name Dagshai, according to a popular local legend was derived from Daag-e-Shahi. During the Moghul times a Daag-e-Shahi (royal mark) was put on the forehead of the criminals and sent off to Dagshai village. Under British rule, Dagshai developed into a major cantonment town and also housed a large prison. Construction of the jail began in 1849 and included 54 cells. There is one cell for those who incurred exceptionally harsh punishment.
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                        Chail

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                        Situated at a distance of 65 from Kasauli and 45 km from Shimla, Chail is a Hill Station located at an altitude of 2250 m above sea level. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala built Chail. The picturesque hill station located amidst scented forests of pine and gigantic deodars. Chail is built on three hills. It is one day excursion from Kasauli or Shimla.
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                          Gurkha Fort

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                          Gurkha Fort – 100 from Kasauli and 50 km from Shimla is located on a small hillock with an altitude of 4500 ft. It is amidst dense forest on Highway 22. The Subathu Gurkha Fort is now under the Indian Army's 14 Gurkha training center. The fort houses cannons that are believed to be 181 years old. The fort was built around 1900 AD by the Gurkha Army Chief Amar Singh Thapa to fight the British Army. There are various tales linked with this fort like one story states that the Gurkhas captured this fort while it was in the custody of Patiala King. It is one day excursion from Kasauli or half day from Shimla.
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                            Kasauli is 300 from Delhi 50 from Chandigarh and 50 from Shimla
                            From Kasauli Chail is 65 km and From Shimla Chail is 45 km