Enjoy the charm of Kasauli-a little Hill station

Enjoy the charm of Kasauli-a little Hill station


Kasauli is a famous hill station in the Himachal Pradesh, Solan district and is placed at an altitude of approximately 1800 m above sea level. Kasauli is mentioned in one of the great Indian epics, the Ramayana. According to mythology, Hanuman, the Hindu monkey god, stepped over this place when he returned with Sanjeevani Hill.

The mystic and peaceful atmosphere of Kasauli is due to the lavish Victorian buildings built by British residents years ago.

Places to visit in Kasauli

Manki Point – Manki Point is Kasauli’s highest peak, where Lord Hanuman is said to have stepped on his way to bring Lakshman’s Sanjeevani Booti. That’s why the hill seems to be a giant footed. Here is a temple dedicated to Hanuman. As the area falls within the air force base in Kasauli, certain restraints must be observed, bags, cameras, and food are not permitted.

Visiting Time – 9 am to 5 pm

Sunset Point – Sunset Point is a popular yet very quiet place where you can enjoy the beautiful sunset view, pine laid landscapes, valleys, and scenery. Visitors can enjoy fading sun rays in the atmosphere that mark the end of the day.

Nearby to the Sunset, a point is a trail or path known as the Lover’s Lane that is just a quieter walk through the valleys and some of the calmest and most breathtaking sceneries of Kasauli.

However, leaving the area is better before it becomes dark or late in the evening, as it tends to be a very unusual place with not too many facilities.

Visiting Time – 8 am to 5 pm

Kasauli Brewery – Kasauli Brewery, set up by Edward Dyer in the late 1820s in Kasauli, happens to be Asia’s oldest scotch whiskey distillery. In the early 19th century, Edward himself brought the brewing and distilling equipment from England and Scotland.

While the Kasauli hill station offers a heat break even during the summers, this brewery is a great place to visit in June in Kasauli if you are looking for ways to chill out.

Visiting Time – 7 am to 7 pm

Gilbert Trail – Gilbert Trail is a heavenly place, one of the most beautiful and best places to visit in Kasauli. Surrounded on both sides by greenery, it is a 1.5 km long stone walkway that starts from the Lover’s Lane and leads you straight into the nature lap. Besides the lush greenery and the beautiful flora that will surely delight the admirer of nature in you, this place is also a good place for a bird.

Visiting Time – 6 am to 5 pm

Kasauli weather – Best time to visit Kasauli

 summer season begins in March and lasts until June. The days stay warm and the nights are cold. The temperature ranges from a minimum of 14 ° C to a maximum of 27 ° C, making it extremely advantageous for exploring the city’s tourist attractions.

Monsoon is a pleasant season from June to September. With low rainfall, monsoons are delightful. Most travelers like to visit the region during the monsoon season to enjoy a number of activities.  Pack one or two jackets because during October the weather can get a bit chilly. Since there are occasional showers, it is recommended to have an umbrella. During this time, you can also enjoy local festivals like Manimahesh fair.

Kasauli attracts tourists in large numbers with the beginning of winter in October. The season is running until March. The temperature ranges from 4 ° C to 19 ° C, so it is chilly cold.

Best hotels and Resorts in Kasauli

 Looking for the best accommodation in Kasauli, the list is here Winnies Holiday Resort & Spa, Hotel Hemkunth, Kasauli Exotica, Wayside Villa, Hill’s Pride Resort, The Mud-House Resort, Kasauli Windsor Resorts, Glenview resort, Paradise Valley and Kasauli Residency.

How to reach Kasauli from Delhi?

By road – Kasauli has a good road connection to Delhi and Chandigarh. Regular bus services connect Kasauli to both cities. Chandigarh is an hour drive from Kasauli, while in five and a half hours you can reach Delhi.

 For Kasauli, you have to take NH1 from Delhi to Ambala, take NH22 from there to Dharampur and finally SH to Kasauli.

Kasauli can be reached by various private and public buses from the nearby cities. A number of organizations at reasonable prices provide A / C, non-A / C, deluxe, semi-deluxe and ordinary buses.

By Rail – There is no railway station in Kasauli. Kalka Railway Station at Kalka in Haryana district of Panchkula is the nearest railway station. It is 34 km from Kasauli and is well connected to major Indian cities and towns like Delhi, Kolkata, Shimla, Ambala, Jammu, etc.  Kalka Shatabdi, Shivalik Deluxe Express, Paschim Express, Kalka Mail, are some of the trains serving this station.

By Flight – Kasauli doesn’t have an airport because it is a small town. Chandigarh International Airport is the nearest airport. It currently has domestic flights to and from several Indian cities, including Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Srinagar, Chennai, and so on. It is served by AirAsia India, Air India, Jet Airways, GoAir, IndiGo SpiceJet and Vistara domestic airlines.

Where to eat in Kasauli?

Check out some of the best restaurants to eat in Kasauli. The list includes Narinder Sweet House, Food Mistri, Giani Da Dhaba, NH 22 Dhaba, Hangout Rooftop Bar and Restaurant, Rudra cafe and Cliff Houzz Restaurant.


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