Best Places to Visit in Kasauli

Kasauli, a serene hill station in Himachal Pradesh, is the perfect getaway for those looking to escape the bustling life of a city. With its lush green landscapes, colonial charm, and tranquil ambiance, Kasauli offers a unique blend of natural beauty and historical significance. In this blog, we'll explore some of the must visit attractions in Kasauli and show how a stay at Rosetum Kasauli can make your trip even more memorable.

Monkey Point

Perched atop Kasauli, Monkey Point is one of the most beautiful places in kasauli offering breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and the distant Chandigarh plains. Located about 4 kilometres from the Kasauli bus stand, reaching Monkey Point can be done by car, taxi, or a hike through the forest, taking around 20-25 minutes. At the summit, a small temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the revered monkey god from the Ramayana, adds to the peaceful ambiance. Legend has it that Hanuman's foot landed here while carrying the medicinal herb Sanjeevani. The temple remains a serene place of worship, attracting devotees seeking solace and offering prayers amidst stunning vistas of the surrounding countryside.

A house on top of a mountain with trees and clouds in the background.
A church interior with wooden pews and stained glass windows.

Christ Church

Built in 1853, Christ Church stands as one of Himachal Pradesh's oldest and most picturesque churches, showcasing exquisite Gothic architecture. Originally Anglican and built in the Neo-Gothic style, it boasts pointed arches, ribbed vaults, and imported stained glass windows that illuminate its serene interior. The church's grey brick and wood exterior, complemented by a distinctive clock tower with a sundial, exudes timeless charm. Located conveniently near Kasauli Bus Stand on Lower Mall Road, Christ Church remains a captivating testament to the town's colonial heritage.


Gilbert Nature Trail


The Gilbert Nature Trail, nestled near Kasauli Club and Air Force Station, stands as a sanctuary for nature enthusiasts seeking solace amidst verdant landscapes and diverse wildlife. Spanning 1.5 kilometres, this well-maintained, unpaved trail meanders through lush foliage, inviting hikers to immerse themselves in the tranquil ambiance and melodious birdsong. Along the way, encounter a variety of flora and fauna, including butterflies and small mammals like squirrels and rabbits. The trail's highlight unfolds at its endpoint, where sweeping vistas of valleys and the Himalayan peaks unfold, especially captivating under the canvas of a fiery sunset sky.

Dirt road leading to a field of wildflowers at sunset.
street filled with people shopping around.

Mall Road

Mall Road is the heart of Kasauli, teeming with shops, cafes, and local vendors. Divided into Upper Mall and Lower Mall, each section offers its own charm. The Upper Mall entices nature lovers with its panoramic views of valleys and the distant Himalayas, highlighted by Sunset Point's breathtaking sunsets. In contrast, the Lower Mall bustles with shops selling everything from local handicrafts to Tibetan carpets and a variety of eateries serving diverse cuisines. Whether you're shopping for souvenirs, sampling local delicacies, or simply enjoying the mountain ambiance, Mall Road promises a delightful experience for every visitor.

Kasauli Brewery

Established in the 1820s, Kasauli Brewery stands as one of Asia's oldest distilleries, renowned for its historical significance and traditional brewing techniques. Originally producing Lion Beer and later India's first single malt whisky, Solan No. 1, the brewery relocated its operations to Solan in 1835 due to space constraints. Today, under the ownership of Mohan Meakin Ltd, the Kasauli Brewery continues to operate, attracting tourists interested in its rich legacy. While official tours may not be advertised on their website, visitors can check social media or contact directly for updates. A visit promises a glimpse into the brewery's storied past, showcasing vintage equipment and offering insights into the time-honoured distillation process that has endured for nearly two centuries, with a chance to savour the renowned Solan No. 1 whisky.

Image of a large copper brewing kettle in a bright industrial brewery.

To truly enjoy your Kasauli experience, a comfortable and convenient place to stay is essential. Rosetum Kasaulioffers just that. We offer spacious rooms with scenic hill views, an in-house restaurant serving a variety of dishes, and a well-equipped spa for relaxation. Whether travelling with family or friends, the hotel provides facilities to cater to all your needs.