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Exploring Chamba

One of the lesser known hill stations in India’s ruggedly handsome Himachal Pradesh region is Chamba. Perched at an elevation of 1,676 metres above sea level, Chamba is a tranquil hideaway of pine forests, deodar trees, and big mountain views. It’s also a superb base for checking out the ancient temples and palaces in the area or for making casual day hikes into the Chamba Valley.

Many travellers stop at the hill station of Mussoorie some 60 kilometres away. But Chamba offers a much more relaxed atmosphere compared to the backpacker bustle that dominates Mussoorie. Chamba is actually an ancient town that dates to around 500 AD. Well known for its arts and handicrafts, it hosts two major regional fairs each year, in March and August, which are well worth planning a trip around. It’s this blend of outdoor trekking, recreation, and traditional northern Indian culture that makes Chamba such an engaging destination. It takes a bit of time and energy to get to this remote mountain town, but the rewards are well worth it.


Accommodations in Chamba

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Chamba is the Hotel Rudransh, which has been booked 1 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended &TravellersChoice2 in Chamba as it has been reserved &TravellersChoiceBooked2 times.

A few kilometers from Chamba, visitors can find a number of luxury accommodation options. Check out Aamod Dalhousie and Hotel Mount View.


Sightseeing in Chamba

- Champavati Temple


Of the many ancient temples dotting the valley around Chamba, Champavati is considered the oldest and the most significant. Built in the 10th century, this temple is thought to mark the foundation of Chamba as a town. Its intricate stone carvings and huge wheel on the roof make it very interesting. Situated right in the heart of town, Champavati is both a Hindu pilgrimage site and a popular tourist attraction.


- Lakshmi Narayan Temples


This group of six 10th-century stone temples is the other big historic attraction in Chamba. Its various courtyards, towers, walls, and inner sanctums create a perfect backdrop to the mountains. This temple complex contains all the classic elements of ancient Hindu temple design and is well worth a visit.


Transportation in Chamba

Reaching Chamba is the hardest part of a trip to this region of northern India. Since it lies at one end of Chamba-Mussoorie Road, there is good transportation from other major towns like Mussoorie and Dalhousie. Mussoorie is about 60 kilometres from Chamba and is a suitable onward point for hiring a private taxi or hopping on a local bus. Once you reach Chamba, you can walk pretty much everywhere, but there are always taxis around to ferry you to more distant destinations.