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Nalagarh Travel Guide


  • Nalagarh City in Himachal Pradesh
Nalagarh At a Glance
  • Population:9,433
  • Area :N.A
  • Geo Location:North
  • Average Climate:4°C - 20°C
  • Best Time to Visit:Throughout the year
  • STD Code:01795

Introduction

Raja Ajai Chand founded the beautiful city of Nalagarh in 1100 A.D. The perfect combination of architecture and culture acts as a crowd puller and allures an increasing number of people every year. The hill station is also known for its picturesque beauty and ancient ruins.

How to Reach Nalagarh

You can reach Nalagarh by air, train and bus. The nearest airport is in Chandigarh, which is approximately 55 kilometers away from the city. The airport is well connected with other airports in Mumbai, Delhi, Srinagar and Bangalore. Similarly, the nearest railway station is in Ghanauli, which is 21 kilometers away from the city. The railway network of Ghanauli is well connected to major cities like Mumbai, Kalka, Ambala and Kolkata. Bus services in Nalagarh are frequent. State transport buses, private deluxe and semi deluxe buses run to and fro from Nalagarh.

Accommodation Options in Nalagarh

Hotels in Nalagarh are well equipped with the best amenities. Over and above, they are located close to the tourist attractions thereby making your travel hassle free. On your tour to Nalagarh, you can plan your stay at any of these hotels:

  • Nalagarh Fort Resorts
  • Hotel Le Mariet
  • Nalagarh Heritage Resort

The hills station is best known for its wall paintings and fortified palace. Nalagarh Fort stands on the foothills of the Himalayan ranges and was built in the year 1421. The regal structure and bastion of the fort are worth noticing. The palace has been recently refurbished into a heritage hotel and offers a royal experience to tourists.

Ramgarh Fort is located 21 kilometers away from the city and was founded by Raja Ram Chnader of the Chander dynasty.

Naina Devi: Located 60 kilometers away from the city, the temple is dedicated to Goddess Naina Devi. In fact, it is also believed that Nainital got its name from this holy Goddess.

Mughal Gardens, Pinjore: Mughal Gardens in Pinjore is located 35 kilometers away from the city. It makes for a great picnic spot and houses a Japanese garden, plants nursery and mini zoo.

Swarghat : If you love trekking or are a wildlife enthusiast, then Swarghat will make a good choice for you. Covered by pine trees and bound by low rolling hills Swarghat is known to be a famous tourist spot. Bhakra Dam is located close to this tourist attraction.

Yadavindra Gardens : Standing on the foothills of Mount Shivalik, this charming garden comes with seven terraced lawns. The Mughal styled garden was designed by Nawab Fadai Khan in the seventeenth century. It also serves as a host to the Biasakhi festival and Mango festival.