Chamba is that one getaway you've always dreamed off. Minimal human alteration in the topography and environment and the balanced temperatures of the area make it the perfect destination all year round. The river Ravi cuts across town and adds to the scenery. Chambal is present at the confluence if Ravi river with Chal river. The small town of Chamba is located in a picturesque valley, amidst the Shivalik ranges and is famous for its medieval temples. The architecture of the temples of Chamba reflects the glory of its erstwhile rulers. It is also known for its local festivals. Though not a big city, Chamba, still, is loved by the majority of tourists because of its location. The city is situated between the majestic Himalayas and is surrounded by snow-clad mountains and picturesque scenery. Apart from scenic beauty, Chamba is also home to various ancient and beautiful architectural pieces, some of which include the Laxmi Narayan temple, Hariraya temple, Rang Mahal, built in 18th century, and many more. The city has a high cultured society encompassing unrivaled scenic beauty. Talking about the climatic conditions, the district experiences duly receives heavy rainfall during monsoon, followed by chilly weather in winter months. Visitors flock here between March and June, if you want to experience snowfall with occasional showers, visit the city in the months of September to November. The town is divided into two parts; old and new town wherein you can visit several historical and pre-modern monuments and temples. Experience the magic of the snow-capped Dhaladhar and Zanskar ranges from particular locations of Chamba district. Also, you may take a tour of the enchanting confluence of the Ravi and the Sal river.
Dalhousie reflects a perfect blend of modern India and old world charm. Nearby major spots are Diankund Peak, Kalatop, Khajinag Temple, Punchpulla and many more. Dalhousie is a quiet hill station with little night life, best suited for people who want to de-stress, who like the quiet, serene atmosphere, and for honeymooners.
Often referred to as 'mini-Switzerland of India', Khajjiar provides tourists a unique combination of forests, lakes and pastures. This region also attracts adventure seekers and has a lot of options in adventure sports like paragliding, horse riding, zorbing, trekking etc. Khajjiar is a must visit place for everyone coming to Dalhousie and its nearby regions.