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Chail is surrounded by many exquisite tourist attractions. Explore various places to see near Chail town.

Places to See near Chail

ShimlaLocated 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. Summers are charming, when days are romantically cool and nights just awesome. Winters are no less attractive, when snow covers all the near by mountains of sub-Himalayan range. Chail has lots of greenery and wildlife. Beautiful orchards and snowcapped sub-Himalayan range of mountains, with silvery appearance, attract a large number of tourists. Besides, Chail has many other tourist attractions falling near its periphery. Read on to get information on its excursions i.e. the places to see near Chail.

The place is ideally located amidst the tranquil hills of Himalayan range of mountains. The hill station, located at the altitude of 1928 meters, attracts a large number of tourists every year. Forests of chir-pine, Himalayan oak and huge horse chestnuts encircle Kasauli. Major tourist spots in the hill resort are Monkey Point, Sanawar, and Dharampur. The place is ideal tourist destination during the months of April to September, when climate is salubrious and romantic.

Located at an altitude of 2,159 meters above sea level, Shimla once served as the summer capital of British Raj. The place is full of green forests of pine, cedar, and oak and offers amazing experience, with its cool breeze. The rejuvenating experience the place gives to traveler is the reason why they come repeatedly. Shimla has many tourist spots, including Jakhu Temple, Mahatma Gandhi's Retreat, Annandale playground, Chadwick Falls, Tara Devi Temple, Christ Church, Shimla State Museum, etc.

Located at the altitude of 1445 meters, Solan is called Mashroom City, mainly for it being the major producer of the mushroom in country. This small, but beautiful city was named after the local goddess Shoolini Devi. The place gets heavy snowfall during winters and tourists who want to see and experience snowfall visit every year. The place houses Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry at Nauni. It has many tourist attractions, including Shoolini Mata Temple and Yungdrung Tibetan Monastery.