Himachal Travel Diaries

26th Apr 2019
Photo of Himachal Travel Diaries by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Located in the Western Himalayas, the North Indian state of Himachal Pradesh is a well known tourist destination that is visited by tourists and travelers from all over the world. Known for its natural beauty of the Himalayan mountains and river valleys spread all over the state, Himachal Pradesh has many popular hill stations such as its capital Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala, Manali, Khajjiar, Kasauli, etc. The state also draws attention of many hikers and trek lovers due to its many adventurous and beautiful treks such as Hamta Pass trek, Prashar Lake Trek, Triund Trek, Kheerganga and Tosh valley trek and many more. The state also has some of the high altitude mountain passes such as Rohtang La, Kunzum pass, Baralacha La, Jalori Pass to name a few and crossing these passes is an adventure for many.

The region also provides its tourists various options for indulging in adventure activities such as skiing in Solang Valley [near Manali] and Kufri [near Shimla], River rafting [in Beas river near Kullu], Paragliding [in Bir and near Manali], Ice skating in Shimla to name a few. Overall, its a state that caters to the interests of many tourists.

In April-May 2019, we did have a marvelous nature retreat as we traveled to this gorgeous state. My parents joined us for this trip which was for 9 days and we tried to cover some of the popular regions of the state. This was our customized package tour from Sampurna Yatra and they provided an Innova for our travel within Himachal. The Sampurna Yatra package costed us about INR 78000 which included accommodation (at good hotels), food and transfers.

Below is the brief itinerary of our trip that started from Bengaluru.


Day 1: Bengaluru to Amritsar by flight. Pick up from Amritsar Airport and drop to Khajjiar (24kms from Dalhousie)

Overnight stay at Khajjiar

Day 2: Khajjiar and Dalhousie sightseeing - Subash Baoli, Satdhara Falls, Panjpulla, Khajjiar Lake and Khajji Nag Temple, Shiva Statue. Stay at Khajjiar

Day 3: Khajjiar to Dharamshala - visit Dal Lake, Dalai Lama Temple [Namgyal Monastery], Bhagsu Nag Temple and waterfalls, Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery. Overnight stay at Dharamshala

Day 4: Dharamshala to Manali - On the way visit Chamunda Devi Temple, Palampur, Baijnath Temple, Kullu river rafting and visit to a Shawl factory at Kullu. Overnight stay at Manali

Day 5: Manali Local sightseeing - Half day local sightseeing includes Hadimba Temple, Club House, Van Vihar and Tibetan Monastery. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay at Manali

Day 6: Gulaba and Manali sightseeing - Visit snow capped mountain valley on the Manali-Leh highway upto Gulaba [Rohtang Pass not yet open]. Snow adventure activities such as skiing, snow tubing. On the way back to Manali, visit Vashisht Temple and hot springs. Evening at leisure. Overnight stay at Manali

Day 7: Manali to Kasol - On the way to Kasol, visit Vaishno Devi Temple near Kullu and proceed to Kasol, checkout the beautiful Parvati valley and proceed to Manikaran. Langar at Manikaran Gurudwara and Temple visit. Overnight stay at Kasol

Day 8: Kasol to Shimla - On the way, visit Hanogi Mata Temple, Pandoh Dam, Sundernagar Lake and then proceed to Shimla. At Shimla visit Mall Road, Lakkar Bazar , Christ Church, Rani Jhansi Park. Overnight stay at Shimla

Day 9: Shimla to Chandigarh - On the way visit Pinjore Gardens.

Chandigarh to Bengaluru by flight

Trip Highlights

a) Exploring "Mini Israel" [Kasol], "Mini Switzerland" [Khajjiar] and "Little Lhasa" [McLeod Ganj]

b) Visit to some of the famous temples of the region such as Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Temple, Kullu Vaishno Devi Temple, Hanogi Mata Mandir, Baijnath and Chadumda Devi Temple

c) Hot springs, Shiva Temple visit and Parvati river valley retreat at Manikaran, langar at its Gurudwara

d) River rafting in Beas river near Kullu

e) Travel on the Manali-Leh highway to explore the snow capped regions and snow activities such as skiing near Gulaba

f) Bhagsu Waterfalls excursion

g) Visit to some of the beautiful monasteries such as Dalai Lama Temple, Manali Gompa and Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery


Our Himachal travel began with visiting Khajjiar. Often called "The Mini Switzerland of India" due to its topographical resemblance to the European country, Khajjiar is a small hill station in the Dhauladhar ranges of Himalayas situated in Himachal Pradesh and about 24kms from Dalhousie. This is a place with an unique ecosystem with a lake (known as Khajjiar Lake) in the centre, surrounded by thick forest of cedar trees (deodar or devdar) and a large green pasture. The lake consists of a floating island with patches of grass floating on the surface. The lake is also home to hundreds of fishes.

From Amritsar, the cab from Sampurna Yatra picked us about 130PM [Flight journey from Bengaluru is about 3 hrs] and as we headed towards Khajjiar via Gurdaspur, Pathankot and Dalhousie, we had our lunch and evening snacks on the way at a Punjabi Dhaba. Dalhousie is about 200kms from Amritsar and takes around 5 hrs.

The journey from Dalhousie to Khajjiar is very beautiful and is full of deodar trees and snow all around. It takes about 1 to 1.5hrs to reach Khajjiar. Just about 2 kms from Dalhousie is Beeji's Park (near Dalhousie Public school) which is a small tidy park well-kept by the Army which displays some of the army artillery and fighter jets and also has a garden. This is visible from road side and entry is free.

We reached our hotel [Shining star resort, a hill resort which is 5 minute walk from Khajjiar lake and located amidst lush greenery] around 8PM. The hotel rooms provide amazing views of the valleys and snow capped mountains. These rooms also have a spacious balcony.

On our next morning, we did start our sightseeing by first visiting the Shiva Statue and Jagadambe Temple. These are located just about a km from the hotel. The bronze statue of Shiva is about 85 feet (one of the tallest in Himachal Pradesh). With the mountains in the backdrop, the statue is a visual treat.

We then explored some of the sightseeing places in Dalhousie such as Subash Baoli, Satdhara Falls, Panjpulla. These places provide good views of the surrounding landscapes.

Around lunch time, we were back to Khajjiar. After having lunch at a small restaurant near the lake, we then visited Khajji Nag temple dedicated to serpent god which was built in the 12th century. Then we spent enough time walking around the lake on the pastures and in the thick forests witnessing some amazing views of the Himalayas.

There are activities such as zorbing and horse riding which are added attractions.

Day 2

Snow capped mountains - view from Khajjiar resort

Photo of Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Khajjiar Lake

Photo of Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad
Photo of Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad
Photo of Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Dharamshala and McLeod Ganj

On our Day3, we were heading to our next place of interest, Dharamshala, a beautiful hill city in the Kangra Valley in the Kangra district which is about 120kms from Khajjiar. We left Khajjiar around 8 and reached McLeod Ganj around 12PM(a suburb of Dharamshala and a beautiful hilltown, which is also called as Little Lhasa due to the large Tibetan settlements).

Our first place of visit was Dal Lake, a small lake in McLeod Ganj which is surrounded by deodar trees and the water here is greenish. There is a Shiva Temple opposite to the lake and it is considered to be built by sage Agastya.

We then headed to the most visited place in McLeod Ganj which is the Dalai Lama Temple which is considered as the official residence of His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama and his personal monastery, the Namgyal Monastery. It is about 4kms from Dal Lake. The place is very well maintained and provides excellent views of the majestic mountains that surround. The monastery and temple complex also has a Tibetan museum which showcases the history of the Tibetan Buddhist monks. The museum has pictures of various monks who are killed brutally by the Chinese army. A granite memorial is also placed to commemorate the sacrifices of monks at the entrance of the museum. The complex even has a large Buddhist prayer wheel.

Day 3

Namgyal Monastery

Photo of McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Majestic Himalayas - view from Namgyal Monastery

Photo of McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

We then had our lunch at a small restaurant in McLeod Ganj and then visited Bhagsu Nag temple and Bhagsu Waterfalls. The waterfalls is in Bhagsu, a village about 2kms from McLeod Ganj. This is a scenic 20m waterfall located about 1km from Bhagsunag temple, along a trail lined with street cafes. The waterfalls is surrounded by hills and mountains. BhagsuNag temple is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and there are also freshwater pools near the temple which are actually considered holy and pilgrims take a dip here.

We then reached out hotel at Dharamshala and evening was time to explore the nearby places. While roaming around the nearby markets, we found a monastery [Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery] which was very calm and amazing. The atmosphere was very pleasant and can be considered one of the places for meditation. The monastery complex also has a divine chorten or stupa and in the backdrop of the chorten, one can see the beautiful mountains. After spending some time here and some shopping, we came back to our hotel.

Bhagsu Waterfalls

Photo of Bhagsu Nag Water Fall, Himachal Pradesh by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery

Photo of Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery, Temple Road, Thehr, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Beautiful chorten at Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery, with snow capped mountains in the backdrop

Photo of Lhundrub Chime Gatsal Ling Monastery, Temple Road, Thehr, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Dharamshala to Manali via Kullu

On Day 4, it was time to bid adieu to Dharamshala, as we proceeded to one of the most famous destinations in the Himalayas, Manali. With the total distance of about 225kms, it takes roughly 7 hrs to cover the distance. The day was not just about travel, we visited two popular temples in the Kangra region and then did river rafting at Kullu in Beas river.

We started from Dharamshala around 9AM and first we visited Chamunda Devi Temple or also called as Chamunda Nandikeshwar Dham, an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Chamunda Devi and is about 16kms from Dharamshala. The temple was a bit crowded and after the Pindi darshan of the Goddess (Goddess here is in the form of a small rock like structure and is called Pindi), we also did spend some time and did photography near the river that flows beside the temple.

After crossing Palampur (a place known for tea gardens) and checking out some tea gardens on the way, we then reached Baijnath, a small town about 55kms from Dharamshala. The town is known for its ancient Shiva temple, Baijnath Temple. The temple was built in the 8th century in the Nagara style of architecture. The temple entrance and surroundings have beautiful gardens and from these gardens, one can get the appealing view of the Kangra Valley and the river flowing near the Khir Ganga Ghat which is accessible by a walking trail from the temple complex.

Day 4

Kangra Valley view at Baijnath Temple, On the way from Dharamshala to Manali

Photo of Baijnath, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

After our lunch at Mandi (district/town in HP), we then proceeded towards Kullu [Mandi to Kullu is about 67kms and takes about 3 hrs]. Around 5PM, we reached Kullu and our driver suggested that we should try river rafting in Beas river. My family being newbies to rafting, they were initially skeptical but they agreed to do it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Being a short ride of about 8kms and a professional accompanying (with all safety like helmet and jacket), the view of the valley as we traversed the Beas was breathtakingly beautiful. Although it was very nice, to me the experience at Zanskar (in Ladakh) was a better one. One good thing here was that the organizers had arranged to capture the best moments of the activity (both video and photo) and charge a nominal amount for transfer. Since we did not have a waterproof camera or a GoPro, we made use of it.

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We then visited a Shawl factory on the way to Manali and at the factory, we did shopping of sweaters and shawls. There are other items such as Woolen jackets, mufflers, scarfs and stole available at the factory. We reached Manali around 830PM.


At our Manali hotel (Lords Residency in Aleo, New Manali), we did have a little bit of hassle here for getting the rooms due to some miscommunication between Travels and the hotel. Soon the issue got resolved and we were able to check in. The spacious and well maintained rooms at this hotel have a balcony facing the Beas river and the mighty mountains and deodar tree forest. The sound of the flowing river can be heard from the room.

After an exhausting journey, our next day was a lite event with a half day of local sightseeing. The important places that we visited are Hadimba Temple, Club House, Van Vihar, Tibetan Monastery.

Built in the 16th century and amidst lush green deodar trees, Hadimda Temple is one of the most visited sites in Manali. It is dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, the wife of Bhima from the epic Mahabharata. It is believed that the cave around which the temple is built was used by Hidimbi for meditation. About 100m away from the temple, there is a temple dedicated to Hidimba and Bhima's son, Ghatotkacha.

Yak riding near the temple is an added attraction (we did not do this)

Day 5

Mountain view at Manali

Photo of Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

View from Manali hotel room

Photo of Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Hadimba Temple, Manali

Photo of Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Yak near Hadimba Temple, Manali

Photo of Old Manali, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Club house in Manali is another frequently visited place and it is an amusement zone with lots of shopping opportunities as well. It has indoor game facilities such as carrom, table tennis. Situated on the left bank of river Manalsu, it is managed by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation (HPTDC) and offers its visitors, karting and skating as well. A bit of an adventure is added with the river crossing ropeway. After spending some time here, we then headed to Van Vihar.

Van Vihar is a municipal garden situated near the Tibetan Monastery on the Mall Road in Old Manali. With lots of deodar trees, this is a perfect place to relax and have a memorable time. Many locals and tourists visit the park to get the fresh breeze of the Deodar trees. The park also has a man-made lake situated in the middle of the woods. Tourists can enjoy boating in the lake for about 15 minutes which costs around INR 30. The park has toilet facilities too and there are swings.

Our last place for the day was the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa Monastery or also called Manali Gompa constructed in 1960. It is on the Mall road, a 5 minute walk from the Bus stand. The Monastery is constructed in a pagoda-style architecture and is located amidst the lush green surroundings of Manali. The monastery is also known for its wall paintings, Chortens and a large sculpture of Lord Buddha.

Manalsu river and forest view from Club house, Manali

Photo of Himachal Travel Diaries by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Our evening was for leisure and we took a stroll around our hotel and also walked up to the bridges across Beas river that connects Old Manali to New Manali and also to the Manali-Leh Highway. Beas river flows with tremendous force near these bridges and it is a sight to behold. (The bridge is around 750m from our place of stay)

On our Day 6, we had the opportunity to go to Gulaba [Our timing was bad that we did not plan in accordance with the opening of Rohtang La, one of the most visited high altitude mountain passes]. When Rohtang La is closed for vehicular movement, tourists are allowed to go till Gulaba, a small hill town around 20 kms from Manali on the Manali - Leh highway. During that time of the year, one can still find snow at Gulaba and can indulge in snow activities such as skiing and snow tubing. One can also include trekking and horse riding. There are many shops on the way to Gulaba that offer these activities along with a guide and the required shoes and dress can be rented here. It overall costed about 2.5k. One has to be good in negotiating a deal with these vendors else it can turn out to be very expensive.

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The activities were super fun although the amount of snow was less and sparse.

While returning to Manali, we stopped at multiple places for views and photoshoots. One such spot is a beautiful road side waterfalls and other being a stunning sight of the surrounding valleys.

Day 6

On the way to Gulaba, Manali-Leh highway

Photo of Gulaba, Gulaba, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Beautiful waterfalls on Manali-Leh highway

Photo of Gulaba, Gulaba, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad
Photo of Gulaba, Gulaba, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Valley view, Manali-Leh Highway

Photo of Gulaba, Gulaba, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Manali- Leh highway

Photo of Gulaba, Gulaba, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

After having momos at a small restaurant near Vashisht (around 4kms from Manali), our next place of visit was Vashisht Temple in Vashisht.

Vashisht is a small village across the River Beas famous for its hot sulphur water springs and Vashisht temple, which is dedicated to sage Vashisht and the temple is just next to the springs. There is another temple dedicated to Lord Rama adjacent to Vashisht Temple.

Inside the Vashisht temple, one can see black stone idol which is of the Rishi/sage and is wearing dhoti. The temple exterior decor is filled with carvings on wood and looks very subtle and beautiful and gives a divine touch.

The water from the hot springs here is believed to have great healing powers and the temple complex has bath houses (separate for men and women) and many visitors enjoy having a bath here.

We returned back to our hotel for lunch and our evening was a time for relaxation at the hotel.

Vashisht Temple near Manali

Photo of Vashishtha Temple, Vashist, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Manali to Manikaran

With lots of good memories, we did say goodbye to Manali and were headed to Kasol or famously known as "Mini Israel of India", which is a beautiful town nested amidst the captivating beauty of the Parvati Valley. Kasol is about 78kms from Manali and one has to go via Kullu and Bhuntar and take a deviation to reach Kasol.

On our way, we stopped near Kullu to visit Vaishno Devi Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Vaishno Devi. The temple is situated on the banks of the Beas river and is about 37kms from Manali. The temple complex is multi storied with many small shrines dedicated to different deities and the main shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi is inside a cave and visitors are required to crawl inside it.

Day 7

Beautiful Kullu Valley and Beas river, opposite to Vaishno Devi Temple

Photo of Vaishno Devi Temple Kullu, National Highway 3, Biasar, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

After taking blessings from Mata, we proceeded to Kasol and once into the area of Parvati Valley (almost right after the deviation near Bhuntar), the surrounding landscapes become serene and heavenly. As we entered Kasol, we could get that Israeli vibes with many foreigners seen and shops with boards in Hebrew [Language used in Israel] and also eateries selling Israeli food such as Falafel, Onion rings with hummus and so on. [We were not so inclined towards trying those].

After checking in to our hotel at Kasol, we then went to one of the important Sikh and Hindu Pilgrim site, Manikaran which has temples and a gurudwara. Manikaran is about 4kms from Kasol. The entire route is very picturesque, roads slightly narrow and on the banks of river Parvati, one can find many river camp sites.

At Manikaran, there is a Sikh Gurudwara and Hindu Temple on the river bank. From the car parking site, one can enter the Gurudwara by a bridge built across the river Parvati. The stunning landscape along with the river flowing right in front of the Gurudwara-Temple complex, makes this place absolutely heavenly.

The site also has hot water springs (these do not have sulphur and food can be cooked in this water) and a hot water pond in which devotees take a dip as it is believed to have curative powers. [As per Hindu belief, this is the site where Sheshnag, the serpent god, hissed that resulted in these hot waters and in these hot waters emerged the precious stones (Mani) of Goddess Parvati that she had lost]

The Gurudwara offers free langar to all and the food is vegetarian. We had our langar and it was so good. After taking blessings at the Gurudwara, we then visited the Shiva Temple that is next to the Gurudwara and can be reached from the Gurudwara's backdoor which leads to a mini market alley.

Near the Shiva temple, there are multiple hot water kund and right above one of them is a beautiful black Shiva statue. The entire region is very picturesque, divine and very calm.

Manikaran Shiva Temple

Photo of Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Hot water kund

Photo of Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Shiva statue and the hot water springs below it

Photo of Manikaran, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

After a splendid time at Manikaran, we returned back to Kasol. Our evening was at leisure to explore the markets of Kasol.

Kasol to Shimla and Shimla sightseeing

Our last destination in Himachal was its capital Shimla, often considered as the Queen of Hill stations. Once the summer capital of the British India, Shimla is built over seven hills. From Kasol, Shimla is about 220kms and takes about 8hrs (via Bhuntar, Pandoh, Mandi, Sundernagar)

About 60kms from Kasol and near Mandi in the village of Kun, there is a temple called Shri Hanogi Mata Mandir, located right on the Manali-Shimla highway. It is a small temple dedicated to Hanogi or Saraswati Mata. The temple surroundings is very scenic. We stopped here for Mata darshan and then visited Pandoh dam. This is one of the dams built on the Beas river and is situated in Pandoh (in Mandi district of HP). Used for hydroelectric power generation, the dam was constructed in 1977 .

Next up, we stopped at Sundernagar Lake, a small lake visible from the main road and is located in SunderNagar, about 42kms from Pandoh. The lake is good and very calm atmosphere.

Day 8

Sundernagar Lake, on the way to Shimla

Photo of Sundernagar, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

We reached Shimla around 5PM and visited the Mall road, the Ridge, the Christ Church and Rani Jhansi Park. This was our second visit to Shimla and hence did not include much sightseeing here. Like Mall roads in other major hill stations, Shimla's Mall road is also famous for being the shopping center of the city and also houses the municipal corporation and police headquarters. There is also an elevator facility available to reach Mall road from the lower lying vehicle parking area (on the Cart Road).

Near to Mall road is The Ridge, a large open space that provides good views of the Shimla hills and is the place where cultural activities takes place. Also, during winter, many tourists visit Shimla to do Ice skating here at the Ridge. Important landmarks on the Ridge are the Christ Church, built in 1844 and a library building built in 1910. There are statues on the ridge of Mahatma Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Dr. Y.S. Parmar (the founder and first Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh). A small park is built around the late CM's statue and the park is named after Lt General Daulat Singh. The park is a good place to spend time relaxing and enjoying the picturesque views of the hills.

From the Ridge one can get a good glimpse of the tall Hanuman statue located on top of Jackoo Hill (or Jacku) near Jacku Temple. The hill is the highest peak of Shimla and the statue is about 108feet and the temple can be accessible by foot, horse, taxi or ropeway.

As we walked down on the Mall road towards the parking, we visited another park, this one dedicated to and named after the brave Queen, Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi and the park is called Rani Jhansi Park. The park, at its center, has a magnificent statue of the Queen on a horse with her sword.

After our limited sightseeing, we reached our hotel in Shimla to spend the night.

One attraction that we could not do in our list, due to shortage of time, was the Shimla-Kalka narrow gauge train journey, considered one of the scenic train journeys of India.

The Ridge, Shimla, with view of the Church, Library and Hanuman statue [Jakhu hill]

Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Shimla - view of the valleys and hills

Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Rani Jhansi Park, Shimla

Photo of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Pramod Krishna Prasad

Shimla to Chandigarh and Pinjore Gardens

It was our last day in Himachal and we headed back to Chandigarh to board our flight to Bengaluru. Shimla to Chandigarh is about 120kms and takes about 4hrs.

About 25kms from Chandigarh, is a Mughal Garden in Pinjore (Haryana state) called Yadavindra Gardens which is a 17th century garden. The Garden has many terraces, small palaces such as “Shish Mahal”, "Hawa Mahal", "Rang Mahal" and "Jal Mahal". It also has many fruit trees, a flower garden and many beautiful fountains. At the end of the garden is an open air theatre. With an entrance fee of about INR 25, this is a perfect place for some nice day outing and amazing for photoshoots.

Outside the Garden near the parking space, there are even restaurants and toilet facility (Toilets available inside the Garden too)

After visiting the Garden and lunch at the restaurant outside the garden, we headed to Chandigarh Airport and it was time to fly back to Bengaluru. 

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