Kasauli is a quaint and charming hill station nestled on the foothills of the majestic Himalayas. Often referred to as the land of Gods, this cantonment town boasts narrow stoned walkways, pine and oak trees, British-era churches and a rich history. One of the closest hill stations near Chandigarh, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations, famed for its unmatchable beauty, winding roads and pleasant weather. The entire town is dotted with remnants of the yesteryears and a colonial charm that is simply unmissable, making for a getaway worth experiencing.
The town itself is located at a staggering elevation of 1,800 metres above sea level, it is swathed in pine, deodar and oak trees. In fact, almost every homestay in Kasauli is enveloped in dense forests and stunning panoramas. The sheer amount of things to do in Kasauli doesn’t only make it an ideal weekend getaway destination but it is also perfect for a short vacation with your friends and family.
Whilst here, first and foremost, the famed Mall Road awaits your arrival. One of the busiest streets of the town, Kasauli Mall Road is dotted with scattered pockets of shops, local handicrafts and street stalls selling some of the most delectable food. The best part? It overlooks the surrounding scenery, making the setting even more spellbinding. To make the most of the top attractions of Kasauli, we recommend that you rent a villa in Kasauli near Mall Road to spend quality time with your loved ones whilst being in the vicinity of Kasauli tourism.
Housing one of the most famous churches in India, Kasauli is also home to the Christ Church and the Baptist Church. These churches teleport you back in time - be it with their astounding architecture or with their soothing aura. Famous amongst adventurers, Kasauli also boasts some of the most spectacular treks and trails, one of the most popular being the Sunset Point trail.
Kasauli’s local fare is one to look out for. From the local vendors serving delectable steamed momos to mouth-watering gol gappas, Kasauli’s eats are simply amazing. Relishing roadside chole bhature has a unique charm, so does devouring the hot and crispy aloo tikki straight out of the tawa. The locally made jams and marmalade prepared with carefully hand picked fruits make for the perfect gifts and souvenirs to take back.
Kasauli is best experienced in the company of your loved ones, especially under one roof. Spend an unforgettable vacation holidaying in one of the most scenic villas in Kasauli that promise the best of the amenities and some of the most splendid panoramas of the surroundings!