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Chail is a beautiful hill station located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Read about travel and tourism in Chail, India.

Chail

ChailNestled between lush green mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful little place known as Chail. This lovely destination is worth visiting and it has a lot to offer its tourists. The old monuments, palaces, lush green forests, mist touching your face, all make your travel to Chail not just memorable, but truly magical. The place is renowned for the highest cricket and polo ground in not just India, but the entire world.

Chail was unheard of until Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala made this place his summer capital when he was denied entry into Shimla, the summer capital of the British. He built his capital city in his own way and the scenic natural surroundings only added more beauty to it. Tourism in Chail has been increasing rapidly thanks to its unspoilt beauty and magical surroundings. Travel to Chail to know what are dream vacations made of!

Chail Tourist Attractions
One of the most beautiful hill stations in Himachal Pradesh, a tour to Chail offers you beauty, serenity, peace and an unforgettable experience. With tourist attractions like ancient palaces, temples, gardens, forests, included in your itinerary, who wouldn't want to go on a sightseeing tour in Chail?

Chail Palace
Situated at an altitude of 2250 m, Chail is a very small but delightful hill resort. One of its major attractions is the Chail Palace, constructed by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala in 1891, as his residence. The story behind its construction is very interesting and speaks volumes of the medieval egoism of the royalty. Maharaja Bhupinder Singh had a row with British because of his dalliance with a daughter of a high official.

Chail Wildlife Sanctuary
Declared as wildlife sanctuary in the year 1976, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is an idyllic retreat for the nature lover and wildlife buff. The sanctuary is located in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. Sprawling in sub-Himalayan range of mountains, the sanctuary is full of Deodar and Oak trees.

How to Reach Chail
Nestled amidst the lush green mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh, Chail is one of the preferred destinations amidst the usual tourists as well as honeymooners.

Places to See near Chail
Located at the altitude of 2,150 meters, Chail is a paradise for honeymooners. Its popularity stems from the fact that it is an-all weather tourist destination.

Chail Weather
With excellent location, in the sub-Himalayan range of mountains, the place is pleasing in all weather conditions. Chail is a delight for tourists in every season, taking its popularity to high levels. Chail, considered a paradise for honeymooners, is equally popular among school tour operators in the summer season.

Things to Do in Chail
Chail is a small little hill town situated in Himachal Pradesh, amidst lush green mountain ranges. The place came into being when Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala made it his summer capital. A picturesque hill resort, it attracts those tourists who want to revel in the beauty of nature and spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of city life.





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