Kasauli is a small hill station in the Dhauladhar Hills of Himachal Pradesh, set up by the British during their peak time in India.
This small town usually serves as a passageway to the hill stations higher up in Himachal (Shimla and so on), but makes for a quick one-day getaway destination for the people living in Delhi NCR and Punjab.
Kasauli is for those who enjoy picturesque walks amidst Deodars, such as on the Gilbert Trail, and stunning views such as that of River Sutlej, from Manki Point. Some other sights include Gurkha Fort, Baptist Church and Christ Church. You can even take a tour of the oldest extant distillery for scotch whisky in Asia, the Kasauli Brewer.
Kasauli is beautiful to spend some quiet time amidst nature with your family and friends, or just for some introspection.
Cafes such as Hangout - Rooftop Bar & Restaurant, Rudra Cafe and Cliff Houzz Restaurant & Bar make for good stopovers for snacks, drinks and lip-smacking vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.
Best time to visit Kasauli is from March to June