Worked by the British in the work of the prime of the Raj, Kasauli is an enchanting minor town that appears to exist in a period twist, reminiscent of a by-gone period. Its pilgrim air is fortified by cobbled ways, interesting shops, gabled houses with alluring exteriors and scores of clean small gardens and plantations.
Blended timberlands of chir-pine, Himalayan oak and sizable stallion chestnuts encompass Kasauli. Its thin streets wind around the slopes and offer some superb perspectives. Kasauli is of the calmest slope stations because of movement being confined on the primary streets.
Monkey Hill, the most elevated point in Kasauli, has a little sanctuary on the top and superb perspectives of the area.
Shimla is ideally found, and however there is an air organization to the town, it is best come to by road that takes in the charms of the HIMALAYAN field getting it done. There is a sentiment nostalgia about SHIMLA, with its old cabins and their gabled housetops and delightful yard nurseries.