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Sunset Point and Lover’s Lane, Kasauli

Sunset Point and Lover’s Lane, Kasauli

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Sunset Point and Lover’s Lane, Kasauli Overview This place is very famous yet a very calm and quiet spot where one can enjoy the pine-laid landscapes, sunset, sceneries, and lush green valleys. Near the Sunset Point, one can find a narrow path or trail which is called the Lover’s Lane. The path goes through quiet

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Monkey Point, Kasauli

Monkey Point, Kasauli

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Monkey Point, Kasauli Overview The Monkey point in Kasauli is it’s highest point and also one of the most popular attractions in the town. It is situated only 4 kilometers away from the Kasauli bus stand. A small temple is situated at this point which worships Lord Hanuman. Because it is the highest point of

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Kasauli Tourism

Kasauli Tourism

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“Cozy little hill-station” Kasauli Tourism Kasauli is an ideal quiet holiday location away from the maddening crowd of the town. It is situated on the way from Shimla to Chandigarh. This is a small hilly town that is most visited by the peace lovers as a short getaway trip. Kasauli is a small town in

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Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Dalhousie

Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Dalhousie

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Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Dalhousie Overview The Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary is made up of deep deodars, wildlife plethora, mountains covered with snow, carpets of grass fields, cool, eye-soothing streams of water. The sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary. This is situated in the scenic mountain area Chambal. This is a district in Himachal Pradesh. The highest point

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Panchpula, Dalhousie

Panchpula, Dalhousie

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Panchpula, Dalhousie Overview A swathe of greenery, the fresh fragrance of pine and deodar, and a waterfall, Panchpula is an idyllic picnic spot in close proximity to Dalhousie. Here five streams come together to gush out and is the main source of water to the neighbourhoods of Dalhousie. The origin of the main stream is