Kalka Tourism & Travel Guide

Kalka in Haryana's Panchkula district gets its name from Goddess Kali, and is situated in the foothills of the Himalayas. During the festival of Navratri, the Kali Mata Temple here is visited by hundreds and thousands of devotees. This temple was assumed to be made by the Pandavas in their time. The Shri Balaji Temple is another popular temple here. Besides the temples, Pinjore Garden is a tourist attraction here. Popularly known as Yadvinder Garden, this place is also a great picnic spot. It especially sees a lot of visitors during the annual Mango Mela, where 500 varieties of mangoes are displayed. Located at about 26km from Chandigarh, Kalka can also be reached easily from Ambala, Patiala, Shimla, Ludhiana and Delhi by direct buses.

Trips and Itineraries for Kalka

Friday morning – 7:40 am – New Delhi Railway Station : ( Destination Shoghi : 350km away) The Kalka Shatabdi leaves for Kalka daily twice at 7:40 am and 5:15pm , taking about 4 hours to reach Kalka....

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Kalka which is around 20 odd kms from Chandigarh lies at the foothills of the Shivalik ranges or the lower most steps of Himalayan ranges.The promise of the high hills is on the horizon....

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Kalka, Azad Colony, Kurari Mohalla, Kalka, Haryana 133302, India
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Weekend Getaways from Kalka 

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
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