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Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh

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Khajjiar
At a height of 6,500 feet, Khajjiar, also known as “Mini Switzerland,” is blessed with scenic beauty that is accentuated by two tranquil lakes, the Khajjiar Lake and the Chamera Lake. It is a tiny tourist destination in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh, 24 kilometres away from Dalhousie. The entire area has a thick growth of vacha, a wildflower that gives off an almost sponge-like appearance. A hub for activities like zorbing, paragliding, and horseback riding, Khajjiar is well known for adventure tourism. Dense pines, deodars, and lush green meadows provide the perfect setting for a resort town, located at the foothills of the Dhauladhar ranges of the Western Himalayas. Another popular spot is the famous Khajji Naga shrine, which dates back to the 10th century. It is dedicated to the serpent god, from which the name is believed to have been derived.

Nearby Places to See

Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary
The dense forest cover at the sanctuary’s highest point is referred to as the sanctuary’s “Black Cap,” or “Kalatop.” A large number of deodar trees are found here. This sanctuary contains numerous streams that serve as an excellent source of water for both plants and animals. The sanctuary has a 30.69 square kilometres area and is home to numerous birds and animals, including bears and the Himalayan Black Marten.
Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary
Khajjiar Lake
Khajjiar Lake
This small, naturally occurring lake is situated at a height of 6400 feet and is a popular picnic spot. This lake is in the midst of a broad grassy opening in the cedar forest. A short distance away is the Khajji Nag temple. According to rumours, the lake is getting smaller and might disappear soon.
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Dalhousie
Perched atop a rocky ridge, with snow-clad Dhauladhar mountains and rolling emerald valleys adding to its natural beauty, is the quaint hill town of Dalhousie. There are waterfalls and clear lakes all over it, as well as tall pine and deodar trees lining the road. The town has preserved a lot of its historical artefacts, and several charming churches are a reminder of the colonial era. The sprawling colonial-era buildings that are liberally scattered throughout the town are a testament to Dalhousie’s Victorian charm. The mountain slopes are covered in a variety of trees, including pines, oaks, rhododendrons, and other species. The River Ravi flowing nearby enhances its beauty even more.
Dalhousie
Panchpula
Panchpula
Panchpula Waterfalls serve as an ideal picnic spot to soak in natural beauty and enjoy tranquillity and serenity. The waterfalls are set amidst a picturesque area surrounded by tall trees, chirping birds, and the high mountains. Tourists can also indulge in adventure-sports like rappelling, rock climbing, river crossing, and Burma Bridge crossing. The best time to visit the falls is in the monsoon when they flow in all their glory.
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