Discover Kasauli

Kasauli is a tiny and quaint hill town nestled amongst the Siwalik Range, almost midway between the cities of Chandigarh and Simla. It's history can be traced back to the 17th century when it provided refuge to uprooted Rajput families and eventually became home to them. Later, in 1842, inspired by the crispy cool climate the British converted it into an army cantonment, which it continues to remain even now. The restriction on the movement of vehicles on the upper and lower malls has kept intact the calm, serenity and greenery of the hills. Kasauli also enjoys proximity to the hills of Subathu, Dagshai, Solan and Chail. The capital town of Shimla is only 70 km away.

The highest point in Kasauli, known as Manki point is home to a Hanuman temple. The Manki point is believed to be in the shape of left foot of Lord Hanuman, who is said to have put his foot down on the hill while carrying the mountain bearing the sanjivni herb for Laxman, Lord Ram's brother.

Other places of interest include:

1. Nature walks : Gilbert trail, Sunrise Point, Sunset Point, Lover's Lane, Upper & Lower Mall .
2. Trekking Routes : Kalka to Kasauli, Manon to Kasauli, Kasauli to village Hari Ka Kheel.
3. Church of England : Estd. 1860 – 4.5 kms.
4. Old Tibetian Market – 4.5kms
5. Central Research Institute : Estd. 1906 - 5 kms.
6. Kasauli Club : Estd. 1880 – 5.5 kms.
7. Lawrence School, Sanawar : Estd. 1847 - 6 kms.
8. Manki Point (Hindu God, Hanuman Temple) - 7 kms.
9. Old British Cantonment : Dagshai - 17 kms.
10.Baba Balaknath Temple.
11. Shirdi Sai Baba Temple.