Kufri Tourism & Travel Guide

Located 7500 feet above sea level is a tiny town and hill station named Kufri in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. Known for its spectacular snow experience in winters, Kufri is a paradise for hill station lovers and adventure seekers. Heavy snowfall pays a visit to the town from January to March every year. Kufri was a segment of the Kingdom of Nepal until the area was relinquished to the British Raj as part of a treaty. The British brought the town to light in 1819. Besides being a tranquil hillside getaway, Kufri has a number of tourist attractions and activities that are worth experiencing. The most famed place of interest in Kufri is the Himalayan Nature Park, which is a unique zoo located at a high altitude, and is a home to rich flora and fauna. Mahasu Peak is the most exquisite view point of the hill station and is popular among tourists seeking to enjoy the snow. The Fruit Research Centre of Kufri is the biggest in northern India. There are also other places such as the Indira Tourist Park, Chini Bunglow and Kufri Fun World that are popular with visitors. Kufri is noted to be the quintessential hillside getaway, most notably for its picturesque views, touristy activities and the astonishing snow experience it bestows. While in Kufri, ventures such as yak riding, horse riding, paragliding, skiing, rafting and fishing simply ought to be checked off your 'to-do' list!
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Kandaghat-Chail-Kufri Rd, Kufri, Himachal Pradesh 171012, India
Located 7500 feet above sea level is a tiny town and hill station named Kufri in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. Known for its spectacular snow experience in winters, Kufri is a paradise for hill station lovers and adventure seekers. Heavy snowfall pays a visit to the town from January to March every year. Kufri was a segment of the Kingdom of Nepal until the area was relinquished to the British Raj as part of a treaty. The British brought the town to light in 1819. Besides being a tranquil hillside getaway, Kufri has a number of tourist attractions and activities that are worth experiencing. The most famed place of interest in Kufri is the Himalayan Nature Park, which is a unique zoo located at a high altitude, and is a home to rich flora and fauna. Mahasu Peak is the most exquisite view point of the hill station and is popular among tourists seeking to enjoy the snow. The Fruit Research Centre of Kufri is the biggest in northern India. There are also other places such as the Indira Tourist Park, Chini Bunglow and Kufri Fun World that are popular with visitors. Kufri is noted to be the quintessential hillside getaway, most notably for its picturesque views, touristy activities and the astonishing snow experience it bestows. While in Kufri, ventures such as yak riding, horse riding, paragliding, skiing, rafting and fishing simply ought to be checked off your 'to-do' list!
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Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
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