Kasauli is a beautiful hill station for spending time with your love ones, blessed with nature pleasant climate. If you visit here it is very easy for you to get luxurious and comfortable accommodation for you. There are many famous hotels and resorts like Chail cottages, log huts and Barog hotels many more but almost all hotels are packed all the year round as it is known as famous place for tourism.
The beautiful hill retreat of hills is acquaint charming hill town having a beautiful serene ambience, with a lush green cover of pine and oak forests, and laid-back winding cobbled lanes that reminds of the British era. Town its surrounding hilly areas offer pictures sceneries and unspoilt natural beauty. There are, however, a number of tourist attractions also to explore like, the Monkey Point – which is the highest point here.
The best hill station experiences the moderate climate. In summers(March to June) town is having cool nights and warm days with maximum temperature of 24 degree Celsius and minimum 14 degree Celsius , whereas winters(November to February) are cold even woollen clothes are suggested as temperature drag down to freezing point of 5 to 14 degree Celsius with pleasant rarely occurring snowfall.
A quaint yet charming hill town, situated at an altitude of 1927 meters above sea level. The town lies at a distance of 73km from Shimla and 65km from Chandigarh. This place has a lovely old world feel, with several colonial-era cottages and buildings dating back to British Raj, dotted across the town.The beautiful cobbled paths, blossoming gardens surrounding the gabled bungalows,
How to Reach
If you are planning to spend your vacations in beautiful hill station, you have both options by air and by train to reach there. The nearest airports is at Chandigarh-65 km and Shimla-73 km. If you wish to travel by train, the nearest railway station is at Kalka-37 km, Haryana and 44 km from Solan. Kasauli is only 15 km from Dharampur.
The Kasauli club started as the ‘Kasauli Reading and Assembly Club’ in 1880, was converted into a club in the year 1897. It is situated inside the Indian Army cantonment and is managed by the Army authorities. The aesthetically appealing structure of the club, made of high-quality wood, is reminiscent of the British architectural style. The club has beautiful and lavishly decorated interiors adorned with old furniture,