Settled amidst the wonderful grand scopes of the Himalayas, lies the hill station of Naldehra near Shimla. The blue skies, rich green backwoods and an intermittent rainbow tossed in makes the spot appear as though it has been painted on a canvas. British Viceroy, Lord Curzon, who discovered this place, was so mesmerized by its beauty that he thought of introducing a golf course to this place, which today, is one of the finest golf courses in India. Visit Naldehra to feel that genuine enchantment.
While finalizing amongst the best of Naldehra tour packages, keep the following highlights of this place in mind and plan your itinerary accordingly.
1. Shaily Peak
Shaily Peak is a well known fascination of Naldehra. It is a lofty crest, secured with backwoods and has rough trails that are frequented by trekkers to achieve the summit. One can likewise employ horses to achieve the highest point of the peak. Shaily Peak nestles amongst the Himalayan hills close to Mahakali Lake. There is also a motorable track to reach the crest and from the base of Khatnol, it is a 8 km move to achieve the top.
Tattapani is a mainstream fascination of Naldehra, 30 km from Naldehra. Tattapani is well known for its hot water springs and consistently, numerous individuals end up here to take a plunge in this sulfurous spring water, which is accepted to cure numerous ailments like joint aches, fatigues and certain skin illnesses. The springs are located on the banks of River Sutlej, spread over a zone of 1 sq km. Travelers can also attempt their hand at rafting along the Sutlej River.
3. Mahakali Temple
The Mahakali Temple is situated on the banks of Mahakali Lake. It is located in the middle of Gudial and Sano in the Chamba District, close to Naldehra. The sanctuary is devoted to Maha Kali, otherwise called Goddess Kali Devi. This temple is much famous amongst travelers amid the celebrations identified with Kali Devi.
4. Kogi Mata Temple
The Kogi Mata temple is situated in the town of Kogi, pretty close to Naldehra. The temple is committed to the Kogi Mata. Customary Himachali houses around the sanctuary and the seat of the senior citizens etched in wood, pull in numerous voyagers here.
5. Naldehra Golf Course
Built in 1905 by British emissary Lord Curzon, who cherished the spot so much he named his little girl after it, the golf course in Naldehra is set among tall cedars. It’s a testing course with the included peculiarity that numerous gaps have the same fairway, mismatching it at distinctive edges. Employ a caddie (?150 per nine holes) or you won’t know where you’re going. You can have a beverage and nibble in the clubhouse bar whether you’re playing or not.
So make a note of these major highlights of the little town of Naldehra, and cherish the bewilderments forever.
Author Bio: Sandeep is an experienced travel writer and enthusiast blogger. He has explored many known and less-known places in India in the last 10 years. His experience adds to his expert knowledge on the best hotels, different travel routes through trains, flights, and road. He also specializes in off-beat places to eat and stay at. He also advises amateur tourists on travel tips.