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10 Best Places to Visit in Chamba

Chamba Town of Himachal Pradesh-2

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  Located in Himachal's ancient town, Chamba, amidst the lush greenery is our beautiful resort. Our property offers you with a breath-taking view of the Great Himalayan Mountain. The homely environment at our property, away from the hustle of the city, makes it ideal for every type of traveler. We offer to take our guests on various trekking, camping and nature's walk tours. Enjoy the barbeque and bonfire evening here in the evening. Come stay with us and take back home your inner peace. On offer is our forest wood suite which is fully air-conditioned and has an attached bathroom. The room features an LCD/LED TV, a coffee maker and much more. We also offer free Wi-Fi, free parking, prompt room service, 24-hour power back-up, complimentary breakfast and a very caring caretaker. "The land of Hill Kingdoms, Temples and Monasteries" Chamba Tourism At A Glance 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. The sub-Himalayan area is amply endowed with a variety of flora and fauna, making it a very picturesque background for your holiday memoirs. There are about enough lakes, wildlife sanctuaries and temples to make you feel like this virgin land has more than enough to offer to every tourist. You only go back richer from Chamba.

Top places to visit in Chamba

Lakshmi Narayan Temple

The Lakshmi Narayan Mandir (Birla Mandir) being illuminated on the Eve of ÔJANMASHTHAMIÕ celebrations, in New Delhi on August 17, 2014.

Now you may mistake Chamba to be a run of the mill getaway destination with temples and lakes, and you may wish to steer clear of the Lakshmi Narayan Temple, but we would advise you the opposite. The Lakshmi Narayan Temple is the oldest and largest temple in Chamba and built in the shape of a Shikhara. It houses six of the most stunning idols of Lord Vishnu and Shiva. The central Vishnu idol is carved out of marble and a sight to behold. Architecture ends, go figure how the temple has been structured such that its always pleasant inside, irrespective of how the weather is, outside

Church of Scotland

Just the spot for you if the words old world, library, and architecture appeal to you. The Church of Scotland, built in 1903, is a quiet sanctuary for those in quest of lands that speak of antiquity, class yet still not intimidating visitors from all walks of life. A Protestant Church, it speaks of strong Scottish artistic sensibilities in its arched windows and deep cravings. With absolutely no alterations since its erection, except a boundary wall, the Church, also known as St. Andrews Church is extraordinarily well preserved. Don't miss!  

Hariraya Temple

India is known for the beauty it attributes to everything we have ever constructed. One of these aesthetic marvels can be found in the Hariraya Temple in Chamba. The extravagance of the Vishnu idol takes the Centre stage of all awe. It is a bronze idol covered in saffron, adorning all imaginable jewelry, from rings to armlets, kundals (earrings), crown, necklaces and what not. The great Indian deity is seen riding a chariot pulled by six horses. And if this magnificence doesn't satiate your eyes or senses, the 11th century constructed stone carved shikhara type temple displays more of such deities. Visit for an enchanting experience like never.

Chamera Lake

Tranquility is just a by-product of visiting Chamera Lake, as the tourists rave about how they can't get enough of the beauty. The lake and the dam are complementary to each other and add to the view. Even during monsoon, the flooding of river Beas causes the Chamera to look like a miniature but majestic version of the Arabian Sea. The perennial carpeting of the conifers and the squeaky cleanliness in the air makes the place unforgettable. Do go for a boat ride and make the maximum of it by staying a wee bit longer, to soak in the vast expanse of natural beauty.

Bhuri Singh Museum

The Bhuri Singh Museum is a set in paradise if you are enthusiastic about Indian epics and texts. Originally written pages from the Mahabharata and the Upanishads are on display here, apart from the rare brass and copper engraved coins and such artifacts . Also on display, are the popular Basholi and Kangra style paintings.

Manimahesh Lake

Manimahesh Lake is a lake abode to Lord Shiva as per Hindu mythology. It is also known as Dal lake. It is situated in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. It is at the height of 4080m. Most of the year, it remains closed due to the snow. The place is best suitable for trek lovers as it includes 13 km of walking distance. One traveling to the lake does not feel tired after watching the enchanting mountains and greenery. The name Manimahesh signifies that of a jewel and of Lord Shiva. Situated in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas at a height of 4080m. The manimahesh lake is near to the Manimahes Kailash peak. Most of the months it remains closed due to the snow. Also the nature beauty enhances the purity of the lake. One traveling to the lake must not feel tired after watching the enchanting mountains and greenery. The name Manimahesh signifies that of a jewel of Lord Shiva.


Chamba is your type of shopping destination if you are into local handicrafts and everything organic. Central Chaugan is where you can find all sorts of stone and metal artifacts, which make lovely souvenirs, and the famous Chamba and Kangra paintings. Don't forget to pick up the famous Chamba chappals (slippers) as well.

Himachal Emporium, Rang Mahal

Handicraft lovers, rejoice! The Himachal Emporium, housed in Raja Umed Singh's Rang Mahal in Surara Mohalla, is the haven of all things handmade. The emporium timings ate 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm. For handicraft connoisseurs, this is one place to not miss. Exquisite shawls and handkerchiefs woven on wooden looms are a treasure to get back home. Do buy the famous pickles of Chamba from the Emporium.

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Chamba one of the ancient town located in Himachal Pradesh in India A Place where Aesthete , Farenweh and wanderlusts want to travel. One of the acclaimed Off beat destinations. This town has its own importance from religious, cultural and geographical point of view.

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