Bilaspur Tourism & Travel Guide

Bilaspur Bilaspur is like any other tier 2 or tier 3 Indian cities....

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Day 2: The morning started with a stopover at a local dhaba in Bilaspur where we clicked hell lot of selfies and pictures and it took us 16 hrs to reach Kasol and I guess people never calculate the time extension especially when it is a drive to hills....

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Pendra Road, Bilaspur
Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary: It is a wildlife park houses a number of endangered animal species, including leopards, Bengal tigers, and wild bison. We reached there by 1:30 pm. After having a lunch in the Baiga Resort, we took entry in the Reserve Sanctuary.The ride of Jungle Safari was good but we could not see many animals due to a very hot summer day. It was a great experience in the park having seen many types flora and fauna
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Ghagus-Brahmpukhar Road, Bilaspur

About Bilaspur

Known mainly for famous attractions such as the Vyas Cave, Bhakra Dam, Swarghat and Nanina Devi, this is a place at around 80 kilometers from Shimla in the Bilaspur district itself. This is a planned hill station of India and is a land of Seven Hills. These are namely Naina Devi, Kot, Jhanjiar, Tiun, Bandala, Bahadurpur and Rattanpur. The Govind Sagar Lake is also a major attraction here. This town is also famous for year round fairs and festivals which bring out the real essence of Himachal Pradesh. So much color and happiness in one place is quite amazing.

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