Kasauli Trip 2N/3D
Kasauli is a small town with a population of ~5000 and it is situated in the Solan District of Himachal Pradesh.
Main tourist attractions in the Kasauli trip
Christ Church Kasauli– Christ Church was previously an Anglican church and one of the oldest churches in North India (built in mid 19th Century). This is a prominent landmark of Kasauli.
Mall Area– The town center in Kasauli is not a patch on Shimla in terms of experience but still a popular area for tourists to visit in the evening. There are a few shops over half a km.
Walks in Kasauli– Walking is perhaps the best way to visit all monuments and viewpoints of Manali while soaking the overall experience of an idyllic laidback hill station especially with restrictions on vehicular movements. Mankey point is 3.5 Kms from the town center is perhaps the most popular walk even though it has a few steep gradients in between. Kasauli Club, Baptist Church, and Lord Hanuman Temple at Mankey point are popular stops for walkers. Honeymooners and genuine walking enthusiasts skip the regular walk routes and take less trodden trails in the woods. The area around is full of thick Deodar and Pine forests and therefore excellent for leisurely and moderately difficult half-day walks.
Sunrise Point / Sunset Point– Sunrise and Sunset points are Popular viewpoints at 1 Km from the town center
Baba Balak Nath Temple– A Temple set on a Hilltop dedicated to Baba Balak Nath, a devotee of Lord Shiva, at 3 Kms from the town center.
Mankey Point– A viewpoint at 4 Kms from the town center. It’s also home to a Lord Hanuman Temple associated with mythology linked to the epic Ramayana tale.
Shirdi Saibaba Mandir– Shirdi Saibaba temple (1989) located half Km away from Garkhal has a burning flame in this temple and is visited by devotees and tourists all through the year.
Departure TimePlease arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM
Return TimeApproximately 8:30 PM
Dress CodeComfortable athletic clothing