A small hill station of Himachal Pradesh, Parwanoo is situated near the border that the state shares with Haryana. It is located along the National Highway No. 22. Once a small village, Parvanoo has now evolved into a thriving industrial town that is known for its food processing and pharmaceutical industries. The natural beauty of the hill resort makes it important from the tourism point of view. Parwanu also serves as the base station to the nearby attractions, such as Renuka Lake, Subathu cantonment area, Dagshai, Pinjore Gardens, Kasauli, etc.
The drive to Parwanoo is full of beautiful views of twisting and
turning roads and soaring peaks, quite characteristic of this hilly
region. Many hotels, restaurants and lodges have sprung up to fulfill
the need of the tourists and visitors who travel to the city. People are
warm and friendly and there are lots of long drive possibilities that
the town has to offer. Apart from its own tourist attractions, Parwanoo
also boasts of a number of excursions, where tourists can go and enjoy
Parwanoo Tourist Attractions
Kasauli is a small hill station of Himachal Pradesh, founded by the
British in the 19th century. The beauty of the place, which stands
covered with pine forests, orchards and towering hills, lures tourists
from far and wide. The adventure sports organized by the travel and
tourism department of Himachal Pradesh acts as a further attraction.
Renuka Lake is situated at a distance of approximately 132 km from
Parwanoo. It holds the distinction of being one of the largest lakes of
Himachal Pradesh. The scenic locales of the lake, comprising of the lush
green forests of Indian Himalayas, draws a large number of visitors
every year. You can also indulge in adventure sports like river rafting.
Paonta Sahib Gurdwara
Paonta Sahib Gurdwara is one of the most famous as well as most revered
pilgrim destinations of the Sikh as well as Hindu community. It is
dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh, the Tenth Guru of Sikhs.