Point Of Interest

Point of Interest

Point of Interest Nagindera Home Stay


Khajjiar is a hill station located approximately 24Kms from Dalhousie .It sits on a small plateau with a small steam-fed lake surrounded by meadows and forests. It has a rare combination of three ecosystems: – Lake, Pasture and Forest.

Dainkund Peak

Perched at an altitude of 2755m is the highest mountain peak in Dalhousie, with a 360◦ view of the entire valley below. It is also known as the whispering hills, because of the breeze passing through the trees .


Is popularly known as the Kaltop Khajjiar sanctuary spread over an area of 1962 hectares. The entire forest is covered with the thick foliage of deodar trees and is home to several animals and birds.

Satdhara Falls

Perched at an altitude of 2036m above sea level, the place has derived its name from the seven beautiful streams. Located on the Panchpula route, the Satdhara Falls is a great example of nature’s artwork.

Chamera Lake

Located at a distance of 25km from Dalhousie at an altitude of 1700m, Chamera Lake is a reservoir formed by the Chamera Dam Nestled in a Valley in the midst of pine forests, the lake  has a boat house which has pedal,rowing  and motor  boats to rent out for tourists.

Sach Pass

It is the gateway to the Pangi Valley. Sach Pass  is located at about 14,478 feet above mean sea level, on the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. It has exceptional Trekking trail that leads to the Pangi valley . Trekking trail takes you through dense forest, snow clad mountains and lush green valleys. The pass is open from June or early July to mid October. The road is narrow and unmetalled. . It is approximately 175 km from Dalhousie.

Nearby Towns Nagindera Home Stay

Chamba town

Chamba is an ancient town in Chamba District in State of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India. It was ruled by Masu dynasty until it finally merged with the Indian Union in April 1948. The town has a Palace and  numerous Temples .It is famous for its  two Melas(fair), the “Suhi Mata mela” and “Minjar Mela” .


Chaughan or 4 side garden is the Nucleus of all activities in Chamba. It is used for Cricket matches, Picnics and holds the famous “Minjar mela”fair annually.


Laxmi Narayan Temple

Temple is a 10th Century temple which is constructed by king Sahil Verman. The temple houses six shrines which are dedicated to Lord Vishnu or to Lord Shiva .


The Bhuri Singh Museum at chamba was established on September 14, 1908 in honour of Raja Bhuri Singh, Who ruled Chamba from 1904 to 1914 It houses numerous artefacts royal jewellery and traditional costumes, arms and armours, musical instrument etc.

Bharmour town

Bharmour is a beautiful town surrounded by high lush green mountains and apple orchards located at a distance of 62Kms from Chamba.  It is also famous for its Manimahesh yatra that has devotees thronging the place every year after year in the month of August-September.

Chaurasi Temple

Chaurasi Temples stand on a level area of Bharmour and are named after 84 Siddhas who are believed to have mediated  here over thousands years ago.


Manimahesh Lake is a high altitude lake (elevation 13,390 ft) situated close to the Manimahesh Kailash Peak in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. The religious significance of this lake is next to that of the Lake Manasarovar in Tibet.

The lake is the venue of a highly revered pilgrimage trek undertaken during the month of August/September corresponding to the month of Bhadon according to Hindu calendar, on the eighth day of the New Moon period. It is known as the ‘Manimahesh Yatra’. The Government of Himachal Pradesh has declared it as a state-level pilgrimage.