A small hill town located in the Solan district of the state of Himachal Pradesh, Kasauli offers an unexpected charisma of a perfect tourist place. Located at an altitude of about 1800 meters above sea level, this quaint town lies at a distance of about 75 km from Shimla and 320 km Delhi. Apart from picturesque landscapes and tranquility, Kasauli is much known for its colonial ambience associated with the British era. In the 17th century, Kasauli worked as a small settlement for the Rajputs but it was actually developed by the British in the 19th century. Dotted with splendid Victorian mansions and hill resorts embedded in the magnetism of divine serenity and greenery; colonial buildings with charming facades, cobbled paths and paved boulevards, it is still a major tourist destination that takes you into a time wrapped in the bygone era.
Bestowed with evergreen forests of pine, oak and horse chestnut trees, orchid gardens, lush foliage, snow clad hills and colonial charm, this undulating hill destination offers an everlasting feel of delight and relaxation to the tourists. The little town of Kasauli is also famed for its array of quaint shops and roads flanked with evergreen trees and alpine meadows that presents a fantastic experience of strolling across the undulating greenery and tranquility of Kasauli. Besides, this beautiful hill station is also renowned for the Pasteur Institute that was established in 1900 and produces the anti-rabies vaccine and also gives treatment for the patients of Hydrophobia. There is also the Central Research Institute offering vaccines and treatment against typhoid, small pox, snake bite and cholera.
Set in the backdrop of panoramic Dhauladhar hill ranges, kasauli is an ideal tourist destination blessed with a wide array of natural and colonial attractions. So just come to this stunning hill town of Kasauli and give yourself a soothing retreat out of your maddening city life.
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