Kasauli is a quaint little town located in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, amidst the majestic Himalayas. The city boasts of breathtaking views and an old-world charm, quite like no other – a glorious representation of the ‘British Raj’ era! Kasauli is located 77 km off Shimla and 65 km from Chandigarh. It stood at the height of 1,927 m and was established as a cantonment of British India in 1842. Kasauli soon turned into a popular hill station of the colonial era and continues to draw visitors from all over the world till today, owing to its majestic views and unparalleled beauty.
Gabled houses, beautiful facades, and cobbled paths all around this ancient hill town exudes an old-world charm that will leave you mesmerized. The city is further adorned by its mixed forests of Himalayan Oak, Chirpines, and Chestnuts. If you are looking to escape the monotony of city life and plunge into the time wrap of nature and history, the picturesque town of Kasauli is a perfect getaway.
Kasauli, which owes its name to the Kasool flower, is the kind of hill station that invites you to do nothing at all. The town has developed by the British as a convalescence center for the adjoining cantonment of Sabathu.