Shimla Circuit

Tattapani

Tattapani means “warm water”. This identity comes because of the existence of natural hot water springs on the banks of river Sutlej. If you want to experience the natural extravaganza then Tattapani is perfect place for you. You can experience a combination of cold and hot water, the base level of the river is hot. Tattapani is 51 kms far from Shimla, it’s located on the Shimla – Mandi Highway. It is 665 mts above the sea level on the banks of River Sutlej. Tattapani spring has sulphur water and got great medicinal quality. People who are suffering ...

Category : Himachal Pradesh
Kufri

Kufri, a little scenic hill station on the foothills of Himalayas, is situated towards the southern portion of the state of Himachal Pradesh and it is famous for it's pleasant environment and also panoramic natural beauty. It is actually a pleasing place close to the magnificent hill station Shimla. I, located at a level of 2,510 m above the sea level, is acknowledged for it's beautiful trekking and also hiking trails. Adventurous tourists choose to go to here especially during winter season to experience and also experience the skiing and tobogganing along its snow clad mountainous slopes. Superb ...

Chail

As the 'summer capital' of the erstwhile princely state of Patiala, the small settlement deal of Chail came into being when its Maharaja was expelled out of the British ruled town of Shimla. Completed in 1891, the Maharaja constructed a splended mansion which is currently Himachal Tourism's Palace hotel.A wonderful Palace equipped with luxuriant furniture, lovely cottages, fabulous log huts, dense jungles, peaceful  strolls, a 'lovers hill', an orchard of their personally own, sophisticated lawns, billiards, lawn tennis court and badminton as well as a children's playground.  Each and every regally designed room, every charming cottage and each comfortable log hut ...

Fagu

Fagu is a very small hamlet which resides astride a mountain saddle along the Hindustan Tibet Road. The area gives it a rare range of sights which involve both it's northen as well as southern valleys and also the snowclad peaks associated with the Great Himalaya. In the open patches, the valleys hold tiny hamlets, orchards and also neatly terraced fields-while the area is blanketed with woodland deodar (Himalaya cedar) and also spruce. Situated at an elevation of 2,450 m, Fagu, most likely have extracted its name from the fog itself.

How To Reach Fagu

By Rail

Kalka railway station is at a ...