Chamba Travel Guide

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Chamba in Uttarakhand

Chamba, a picturesque hamlet located some distance from the popular tourist destination of Mussoorie, is where you can find the best of nature. This quiet land is located 1600 meters above sea level in Uttarakhand’s Tehri Garhwal District.

Surrounded by deodar and pine trees, Chamba as a travel destination succeeds in creating a world of its own, where a visit at any time of year can enchant one. Because it is unexplored, Chamba is an ideal weekend getaway destination, and a visit can be combined with a tour of Mussoorie, New Tehri, and Dhanaulti.

A sightseeing tour here can take you to the famous Surkanda Devi Temple, Gabar Singh Memorial, and Bageshwar Mahadev Temple, all of which are must-sees. There are also some less-explored trekking trails up to the high points of Chamba from which the majestic views of the Himalayan Range’s Thalay Sagar and Jonli mountain peaks can be seen. Chamba is ideal for those seeking peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of popular tourist destinations and city life.

Best Time to Visit in Chamba

There are numerous reasons to visit this small hill town of Chamba, and if you are looking for a natural getaway, this is the place to be. Whether it’s the sunny days of March or the cold days of November, the land appears to be a paradise in every way all year.

Summers in Chamba

A sunny summer afternoon in Chamba is ideal for sightseeing tours to nearby attractions, with temperatures ranging from 14°C to 30°C from March to June.

Monsoon in Chamba

As you plan a vacation in Chamba during the monsoon season, embrace the rain. Tourists do not miss out on the opportunity to see the land transform into something more beautiful during the monsoon season, which begins in July and lasts until October.

Winters in Chamba

Allow the magic of winter to envelop you here in Chamba during the sometimes snowy months of November to February. With a minimum temperature of 4°C, one can easily enjoy hot steaming delicacies while touring the hill town.

Places to visit in Chamba

When planning a vacation here, you will be astounded by the beauty that Chamba envelops. The breathtaking view of the hills and clear blue skies will leave you speechless, and if you feel like staying, it would be a wise decision because there are a number of tourist attractions to enjoy.

  1. Mussoorie
  2. New Tehri
  3. Narendra Nagar
  4. Surkanda Devi Temple

 

1. Mussoorie

This beautiful hill station of Mussoorie, strategically located above the Doon Valley and blessed with year-round pleasant weather, offers a holiday in Uttarakhand unlike any other. Gun Hill, the town’s highest point, provides a view of the distant but mighty peaks of Nanda Devi, Kedarnath, and Badrinath. Dotted with natural wonders such as the Shivaliks and the Kempty waterfall, this hill town is ideal for a relaxing holiday in India. In addition to churches, libraries, hotels, and summer palaces, the dreamy hill station displays great colonial wealth.

2. New Tehri

New Tehri, Uttarakhand’s only planned city, is home to one of the world’s largest hydroelectricity projects. New Tehri is a beautiful place to visit in Uttarakhand, adorned by an emerald reservoir formed by the cascading of the Bhagirathi and Bhilangana rivers.

As the headquarters of the Tehri Garhwal District, the city appears to be more important to the state. Aside from its imposing dam, the town offers watersports such as jet skiing to tourists. A few Hindu temples dot the town, lending an air of spirituality.

3. Narendra Nagar

If you’re looking for a quiet getaway spot, head to Narendra Nagar, which is only 44 kilometers from Chamba. Enjoy the beauty of the Ganga River and the Doon Valley. You can also take advantage of the spa facilities available in the Himalayas, for which the entire city is famous.

4. Surkanda Devi  Temple

Devoted to Goddess Surkanda, this beautiful Hindu temple will enchant you from where you can admire the cities in the south and the Himalayas in the north. This shrine, located 23 kilometers from Chamba and at an elevation of 2757 meters, is best known for its classic architecture and is one of the 51 Shaktipeeths spread across the Indian subcontinent. If you happen to be in the area during the months of May and June, you can participate in the auspicious festival of Ganga Dussehra, which is celebrated here.

Hotels in Chamba

Chamba has a number of 3-star to economical 1-star hotels with good facilities for you to fancy and choose from to make your vacation more memorable. Apart from that, you can stay in government guest houses, which provide adequate facilities and basic amenities, as well as a scenic view.

How to Reach Chamba

Depending on your preferences, Chamba, like other tourist destinations in Uttarakhand, is easily accessible. If you are already in Uttarakhand, you can easily reach Chamba by road; otherwise, there are other options such as air and rail.

By Air

The nearest airport to Chamba is Jolly Grant Airport, which is 75 kilometers away. Taxis are easily accessible from the airport to Chamba.

By Train

Rishikesh, 60 kilometers away, is the nearest railway station to Chamba and is easily accessible by bus and taxi.

By Road

Chamba is well-connected by road to major tourist attractions and cities in Uttarakhand and across the country, including Mussoorie, Dehradun, Rishikesh, Delhi, Haridwar, and many more. Chamba also has a taxi service available.

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