Nestled in the Solan District of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, Kasauli is a cantonment town and a beautiful hill station. This serene turn was established as a hill station by the British during the late eighteenth century.
Located in the southwest part of Himachal Pradesh, Kasauli, at an elevation of about 1927 meters above sea level, is nestled amidst a serene forest cover of cedar and pine trees. Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh owes its magical colonial ambience to the Britishers who settled here post 1842. The lavish yet mysterious buildings exude a serene, old world ambience and reminds us of the past of this hill station.
Kasauli is often referred to as the hiker’s paradise. Almost every part of the hill station can be covered on foot easily.
An ideal family location away from the hustle bustle, Kasauli hill station is located pretty close to a number of major cities. For instance, it lies 77 km away from Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, 65 km from Chandigarh and about 290 km from national capital Delhi.
As such, Kasauli is not home to a lot of tourist destinations. There are just a few prominent attractions in Kasauli. However, the place is all gold if you’re someone looking to get lost in nature. The enchanting calmness, the serene environment, that is what Kasauli is all about.