Friday, January 28, 2011

Kasauli A beauty from the Himachal Pradesh

 About Kasauli Tourism

The beautiful hill retreat of Kasauli is known for its scenic surroundings, typical of Himachal Pradesh, and its well-kept colonial ambience. Gabled houses, huge colonial bungalows and quaint shops add to the old-world charm. Cobbled streets give way to beautiful pine, oak and chestnut forests. The town of Kasuali was developed by the British as a summer hideaway and till date it remains a secluded tourism spot.
Sightseeing:

There isn't much to do or see in Kasauli. Simply soak in the beauty of this hilly paradise. There is a Lower and an Upper Mall which have small shops selling confectionaries and souvenirs. For some glorious views of the Dhauladhar Range and River Sutluj, visit Monkey Point, supposedly the highest point of Kasauli. According to Ramayana, Lord Hanuman had landed here while he was on his way to search for the Sanjivani herb for Laxman. There's a church near the bus stand built by the British and a temple 3 km up on the hill. Just 6 Km away from Kasuali is Sanawar, where you can visit the 100-year old Lawrence School built by Sir Henry Lawrence.















4 comments:

  1. Wow ! Its perfect presentation of Kasauli .I like it

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  2. Truly, Kasauli is a charismatic hill station receiving large numbers of tourists every year. As far as accommodation is concerned, there are plenty of hotels in Kasauli offering reasonable stay.

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  3. I like reading about unique experiences as well as more general stuff, That must have been an amazing experience for your tour, As a traveler, I find your recommendations very useful. Many of them I try to put into practice always, Thank you Travel Agent in Delhi

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