Best Hill station Kasauli,Himachal Pradesh,india

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he bustle of Shimla, just 77 km away, seems almost part of another time zone. Kasauli makes for a great getaway from the busy city of Chandigarh or the hurly burly of Delhi. 
Kasauli has the Pastur Institute that was set up in 1900. Here they produce the anti-rabies vaccine against mad dog-bite and, at the same time, treats victims who have fallen prey to the dreaded disease – hydrophobia. 
ShoppingThere is not too much shopping to be had here. In season buy the fresh fruit jams – plum, strawberry and cherry. Other than that there is a small Tibetan market where you can pick up bric a brac.
Night OutKasauli has a few restaurants where one can get a decent meal. Try one of the restaurants attached to hotels – here you can sample continental and chinese cuisine. 
ActivitiesTrekking Kasauli has some great trekking routes for the energetic traveller. The trek from Kasauli to Jabli is 9kms long and will afford panoramic views of the hills around. There are a number of treks to Kalka and Garkhal too. Nature Walks For the not so adventurous
traveller, explore the area around Kasuli by going for walks and taking in the scenic views. One of the delightful nature walks one could take would be from the Lower mall area to Kimmughat. If you want to go further afield, there is a trail that goes from Old Kasauli Road to Parwanoo. Ofcourse the 1.5 km long Sanawar-Mandudhar trail is the best walk in the vicinity as it goes through wooded areas and gives you panoramic views of the surrounding hills. Paragliding At Dagshai 12 kms away from Kasuali it is possible to go paragliding – so get your adrenaline flowing and head to this old British cantonment for a bit of adventure! Camping Kasuali has some camping sites for those who love the outdoors. At Dagshai there are such camps and it is an invigorating experience to get one with nature!
SightsKasauli is low on sights, but at the top of the list is definitely Monkey Point, named for the Hindu god Hanuman, a temple to whom marks the spot. The view from Monkey Point- over the Sutlej River- is stupendous. Other than that, Kasauli”s two churches- the somewhat unassuming Baptist Church
(dating back to 1922) and the imposing neo-gothic Christ Church, with its stained glass windows- merit a visit. You can also pay a visit to the Krishna Bhavan Mandir, a temple built in 1926 and as European in appearance as Kasauli”s churches. Also worth the experience are the walks around Kasauli- especially along the Lower Mall and the Upper Mall, and visits to nearby places such as Sabathu, a quiet cantonment town with an old Gurkha fort; and Dharampur, a picturesque hamlet that is home to a famous tuberculosis hospital. If you are an ardent birdwatcher then Kasauli is your paradise for the virgin pine and deodar forests are teeming with birdlife parrots, humming birds, flycatchers, minuets, magpies and much more. Get bewitched by the melodious bird-song resounding in every corner of the tiny, but beautiful hill station of Kasauli.
How to get there by AirThe airport closest to Kasauli is at Chandigarh, 61 km away, and connected to Kasauli by bus and taxi.
How to get there by RailThe nearest railhead is Kalka at a distance of 40 km from Kasauli. From Kalka take a bus or hire a taxi to get to Kasauli.
How to get there by BusA good road links Kasauli to a number of towns in northern India, including Shimla, Chandigarh and Delhi, with frequent buses from across Himachal Pradesh arriving at Kasauli”s bus stand.
Best time to VisitKasauli”s at its best between April and November, when the weather”s pleasant and not too cold. Deep winter (January-February) has temperatures hovering between 10 and 20°C, while peak summer- May and June- sees the mercury hit as high as 32°C.
Hotels in KasauliKasauli is not as commercial as Shimla, so options for accommodation are relatively fewer in number. Kasauli has a few upmarket hotels like the Kasauli Resorts and a couple of others like the Baikunth Resort where tariffs range between Rs 2,500 and Rs 5,000 per night.

Nearby PlacesSanawar is just 6kms from Kasauli, and has one of the best schools in the country. The Lawrence School is almost one hundred-years-old and a major attraction. Dagshai, 19 km away is a sun-dappled cantonment town. Spend a few moments at the cemetery here and then stop off for a picnic in the
pristine pine and oak forests. Totally off the tourist route, you can enjoy some moments of peace and solitude here.For more information for this Destination please check india Travel Guide
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