Northern India

Kasauli: Honeymoon destination for newlywed couple

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Northern India | 0 comments

Kasauli is one of the best travel destinations in India and is highly visited by tourist. Instead of travel destination, you can say Kasauli as the best honeymoon destination for a newlywed couple. If you search on the internet, you will find a number of honeymoon packages in Kasauli.  It is a nice hill station that leaves the newlywed couple with a peaceful and pleasant environment. You can enjoy the quaint shops, oak forests and colonial ambience in Kasauli. The natural beauty of this place adds charm and doubles the enjoyment of a newlywed couple. You will be surprised to see the increasing demand of this tourist destination in India. If you want to escape from the stress and tensions of your daily life, you must surely make your trip to Kasauli. The resorts and hotels in Kasauli are as good as the place itself. You can find a variety of hotels and resort in Kasauli that suit your budget. Some of the popular categories of hotels in Kasauli include – budget hotels, 3 star hotels, five star hotels, resorts, bungalows etc. You can choose the one that suits your budget and style. Apart from this, this mini town is filled with a number of tourist attractions like – Central Research Institute, Monkey Point, Christ Church, Brewery, Club and many more. You will be surely astonished to walk amidst of the beautiful lanes with pine trees and chestnuts on both sides of the lane. If you are looking for an astonishing and luxurious stay in Kasauli, then you can opt for resorts that have five star rating. The resorts in Kasauli enhance the beauty of the town by providing a variety of services to the customers. You can find various facilities like – beautifully decorated rooms, private swimming pool, dining, hot and cold water, TV with satellite connection, telephone, Wi-Fi, laundry and many more. You can also go to the spa in the resorts to get yourself refreshed. The amenities and facilities provided by the resorts will make you forget everything. Apart from this, you will find cleanliness of international standards wherever you go in Kasauli. The people living in this town are warm natured and are always there to help you. During winters, one can enjoy the dense forests and snow capped hills. You can also find a number of dangerous animals in the dense forests of Kasauli. Therefore, it is advised not to visit the forests without any guide. To know more about the beauty of Kasauli, its hotels and resorts, one can visit...

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The natural beauty and heritage of Kasauli

Posted by on Aug 16, 2013 in Northern India | 0 comments

Kasauli is a small town in the state of Himachal Pradesh and was established by British Raj in the year 1842. This is one of the best tourist destinations in Northern Indian and is attracting thousands of tourists every year. One can find the climate to be moderate, where the temperature in winter is nearly 2 degrees and summer is 30 degrees. It is situated 1950 meters above sea level and is located in between of Chandigarh and Shimla. It is an amazing experience to watch the beautiful mountains covered with snow. There are a number of attractions and places of interest in Kasauli. One of the best destinations in Kasauli is the Kasauli club which was initially meant for English gentry. There are a number of websites that provide information on this most amazing and beautiful tourist destination in India. You can visit serenekasauli.com to know more about this travel destination. Kasauli is also known for its cleanliness. A majority of the population in Kasauli are retired army people and old time residents. You can find a number of bungalows and cottages in Kasauli that remind you of the Indian heritage and culture. The highest point in Kasauli is the Hanuman Point, which is believed to be in the shape of foot of Lord Hanuman. You will be surely mesmerized to see its beautiful landscapes and tiny hills that grab the attention of tourists from all over the world. This is one of the demanding travel destinations in India. To meet the needs and requirements of tourists, a number of hotels, restaurants, resort and clubs have emerged that provide recreation facilities to the tourists. You can also find a decent meal in the restaurants of Kasauli, where you will be served with mouthwatering traditional and local cuisines. Activities like trekking; mountain climbing, motor riding etc are very popular here and are ideal for adventurous travelers.  For people who love walking, there are a number of treks in Kasauli, where they can go for a nature walk in that pleasant climate. The best walk that one can have in Kasauli is from Sanawar to Mandudhar which is nearly 1.5kn long. You will surely be mesmerized by the beauty of the wooded areas, which gives you a scenic picture of the surrounding mountains and hills. If you are a bird lover, then Kasauli is an ideal place for you where you can watch a variety of birds in the forests of Kasauli. Plan your trip by checking out some of the packages offered by various...

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Kasauli – Indian Town with a British Touch

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Northern India | 0 comments

British once ruled many countries in the world and have left their foot prints in the countries they ruled. Some countries still preserve their architecture and culture while some countries have moved on. One such country which has preserved the architecture, culture left by the British is India. India has many hill stations which are developed by the British either for their official work purpose or for holidaying. These hill stations have become tourist attractions in the recent years and India is saving the architectural constructions built more than a hundred years ago. And Kasauli is one such hill station developed by the British more than a hundred years ago as their cantonment. The hill station is situated at an altitude of 1,800 meters and is a beautiful place to visit especially in winters. Also the famous Indo-British author Ruskin Bond was born in a British hospital in Kasauli. British official Henry Lawrence was the first person to discover Kasauli and started Lawrence School at Sanawar in 1842. The inhabitants started coming due to this and later became a cantonment for the British. Kasauli still preserves many of the building constructed during the British regime and they still stand tall as a symbol of architectural perfectness. The Baptist church, Central Research Institute, Lawrence School Sanawar are few examples of the constructions built more than a hundred years ago and are going strong even now. The Victorian architecture is clearly visible in the buildings at Kasauli. The Christ Church and Baptist Church are the perfect examples of Gothic style of architecture. The Kasauli Baptist Church constructed in 1923 is built with brick and wood and got slightly destroyed in the fire occurred in 2008. Christ Church built in 1853 which was previously known as Anglican Church has Spanish and Italian imported stained glass windows which are very beautiful. The Central Research Institute (CRI) established in 1904 works as a research institute and worked on the areas of fields of immunology and virological research. Currently the institute is working as a Collaborating Centre for World Health Organization (WHO). The Kasauli club established in 1880 and was later used by the British to have social meetings and dance parties. The club was built in wood and plaster in typical hill architecture. The town has a Mall or a ceremonial route as other towns developed by the British. Kasauli has two malls the Upper mall and the Lower Mall and the intersection point of these two routes is a busiest place in the town. Kasauli is also the home for the oldest Scotch whisky distillery in Asia....

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Kasauli Unexplored Northern India

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Northern India | 0 comments

Not many people are aware of the serene and scenic beauties of northern India. Covered in snow and fog for more than half of the year the northern part of India has many beautiful places to explore which requires you a life time. One such beautiful state is Himachal Pradesh known for its hill stations. Himachal Pradesh itself has hundreds of tourist attractions to visit. Hill stations are beautiful places to visit and especially winters are best time to explore the beauty of hill stations. Most of the hill stations in India are developed by the British during their regime. North Indian hill stations have stunning mountain scenery and are the best places to escape from the busy city schedule. Himachal Pradesh has got many hill stations and is one of the best tourist attractions in India during both summers and winters. And one such place is Kasauli, a hill station situated at a height of 1,800 meters from sea level and is located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh. Established as a cantonment in 1842 by the British, the village has become a tourist attraction in the recent past and has been attracting more and more tourists every year. Situated in the lap of Dhauladhar hills the town has a suitable climate for tourism throughout the year. However summer and winters are the best time to visit this hill station. Winter season opens doors for a more beautiful Kasauli with snowfall and beautiful landscapes. Kasauli can be reached by air, Bus and train. The hill station still has the mark of British and the church here constructed in 1923 is one such example of British architecture. The Kasauli club which was constructed in 1880 was used by British and is now used by Indian army. Kasauli also has a Central Research Institute (CRI) which was started during the British rule and is currently working with World Health Organization (WHO) to develop vaccines for Polio, Measles and other vaccines. The hill stations also have other attractions like Monkey point and Sanawar. Monkey point gives a brilliant and elegant view of Sutlej River and Chandigarh plains. Sanawar has one of the oldest schools in the country, The Lawrence School which is more than a hundred years old. The Kasauli hill station is a must see tourist spot in North India and is quite unlike other hill stations like Shimla and kullu. It is peaceful place to escape to rejuvenate. The flora here is home for many herbal plants and the air here is good for...

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