Kasauli is a small town in Himachal Pradesh, on the way from Chandigarh to Shimla that is a serene and peaceful holiday spot away from the crowds and urban lifestyle.
This place is surrounded by a lot of endangered species of fauna as the region is too dense with woody forests of pine and cedar trees. If you have booked any of the Himachal Vacation Packages, then you can surely experience the best of this place in terms of sightseeing and transfers.
Best Time to Visit Kasauli
The best time that you can choose to visit Kasauli in Himachal Pradesh is almost throughout the year. But you may decide if you want to experience the utmost snowfall during the months of December to February or the summer season to experience a soothing climate away from the bitter heat. You can enjoy a lot of adventurous activities in this place, no matter when you go for a holiday.
Places to visit in Kasauli
The best places to visit when you are in Kasauli are as follows:
Timber Trail: Located 7 km away from the city center, you will find Timber trail amidst the mixed forests of pine, oak, cedar and some wild flowers. Near to this place you will come across Subathu, PInjore, Dagshai and many others.
Monkey Point: This is known to be the highest peak of Kasauli from where you can get the amazing views of Chandigarh and the river Satluj that flows from here. You can spot the snow-covered peak of Choor Chandni that is the highest peak of the Lower HImalayan belt.
Sunset Point and Lover's Lane: This is a very popular area in Kasauli that especially the couples cannot miss at any cost. You will love to watch the sunset and a stroll along the valleys and take insights of the beautiful sceneries.
Gurdwara Sri Guru Nanakji: If you want to visit and pay homage to the shrine of Guru Nanak ji, then pay a visit to the Gurudwara that is one of the most-sought places of Kasauli where you can offer prayers and also attend many religious programs.
Sri Baba Balak Nath Temple: If you are in Kasauli, you will be witnessing the Baba Balak Nath temple that is dedicated to the shrines of Lord Shiva that is believed to be holy for childless couples who are blessed with children.