Places to visit near Shimla, Tourist places near by

Naldehra, Tattapani, Wildflower hall, Mashobra, Craignano, fruit research station, kufri, indian holiday home, chail, barog, kasauli, kiari bungalow, solan, Bon Manastry,Oachhghat, fagu, theog, narkanda, kotgarh, rampur, hatkoti are the tourist places to visit near Shimla.

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Places to visit near Shimla Naldehra

Naldehra

Naldehra

23 km. Under a skyline etched with conifers, Naldehra offer a well groomed nine-hole golf course; understanding hills and giant deodars make it a unique spot for picnics. Regular bus and taxi service. HPTDC Restaurant Hotel Golf Glade and Golf Club.

Tattapani

43 km. Situated on the bank of river Sutlej it is well known of its hot spring. Regular bus and taxi service.

Wildflower Hall

Places to visit near Shimla, Wild flower

Wildflower

13km.Nestling among sylvan surroundings, the stately hotel wild flower Hall of the HPTDC afford a magnificent and perennial snows. Charming in summer and fascinating in autumn, when winter casts its mantle of snow wildflower Hall assumes an ethereal look.

 

 

 

 

 

Mashobra

Places to visit near shimla, Mashobra

Mashobra

13km.Offers ideal walks amidst oak and pine trees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craignano

16km.An ideal picnic spot.

Fruit Research Station

18 km. The biggest fruit research station in north India.

Kufri

16 km. Well known for its sky slopes. Commands good views. It also has a Potato Research Station.

Indira Holiday Home

18 km. Deodar forests at an altitude of 2,623 metres. Mini zoo and yak and pony riding.

Chail

Places to visit near shimla, Palace of Patiala

Palace of Patiala

43 km.(via Kurfi) and 62 km(via Kandaghat). Chail at a height of 2,250 metres, combines the charm and beauty of a remote and peaceful mountain resort with the splendour and elegance of a princely reserve. Chail was the summer capital at the Maharaja of Patiala before independence. The verdant forests around Chail are alive with many species of birds and deers.

 

 

 

 

Barog

55 km. A verdant place of considerable scenic charm and beauty affording extensive views of high mountains and stretching range after range and valleys swooping down the Haryana and Punjab plains.

Kasauli

61 km from Chandigarh,77 km from Shimla, Kasauli (1,927 metres) is charming and quiet; an ideal place for those in search of peace and relaxation.

Kiari Bungalow

23 km.A delightful spot on the Shimla-Kalka road. Affords vistas of mountain scenery.

Solan

48 km.A popular place, named after Shoolini Devi is a Mushroom City of India. The Dr.Y.S.Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry, one of its kind in Asia is situated here.

Bon Manastry,Oachhghat

13 km. from Solan on Rajgadh Road.Famous for a Tibetan-g-Yung Drung Bon Monastery with a large statue of Lord Shenrab Mibo.

Fagu

22 km.At a height of 2,510 metres, Fagu affords extensive views of the two opposite valleys. Its silent, serene splendour beckons the traveller to relax secured in the secluded warmth of nature.

Theog

23 km.It is a jointer place of Rampur, Kimar and Rohru Chopal Valley.

Narkanda

Places to visit near Shimla Narkanda

Narkanda

64 km. A quaint sleepy hamlet. From here , one gets breath-taking views of the snow-clad Himalayas. Hattu peak, at an altitude of 3,300 metres, is a good place for outings and commands a unique view of the eternal snowline, and in winter there are exciting ski slopes. A must among places to visit near Shimla.

 

 

 

Kotgarh

82 km. It is known as the land of apples and apricots.

Rampur

140 km. On the banks of the river Sutlej, Rampur is one of the biggest commercial towns of Himachal Pradesh.
A Buddhist temple with a very big prayer wheel and a Hindu temple are visited by thousands of people every year. Lavi. the famous international fair, is one of the biggest trade fairs in the hills, is held normally in the second week of the month.

Hatkoti

104 km.Famous for its ancient temple of Durga and Shiva. Beautiful valley and numerous picnic spots and the pabar river flowing nearby, which is famous for trout fish.



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