Named after the famous ruler Raja Bhuri, the museum is a repository of many masterpieces of the Chamba, Kangra and Basholi schools of painting. The museum remains closed on Mondays and public holidays.
Chaugan is a hub of all activities. It is a large grassy meadow in the centre of Chamba town surrounded by high peaks and forests. Tourists can enjoy various recreational activities while enjoying the beauty of landscape and the sunlight in perfect weather.
Chamba is a treat for hiking enthusiasts. There can be no better way to go to the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary than walking through the natural vegetation and scenic views.
Visit the famous Apple Orchards in Jhamwar which are located amidst dense forests.
Experience the thrill in the untamed rivers. The Ravi River in Chamba offers immense white water rafting possibilities. The rivers in the upper Himalayas are among the best in the world for river rafting sport, with many rapids that challenge the body and spirit.
The crafts of Chamba such as wood and metal carving, needle craft, miniature painting and shawl weaving make Chamba an interesting place for shopping excursions.
Counted among the renowned treks in the Garhwal Himalayas, the Har ki dun trek is best for trekkers who are trekking for the first time. Har Ki Dun valley is located at a height of 3566 mts at the base of Fateh Parvat. It is an easy to moderate trek. Surrounded by dense forest and sparkling mountain peaks, this place is paradise for nature lovers. As the name states, Hari means God and Dun means Valley, Har Ki Dun also known as the Valley of God is a holy place. As per mentioned in Hindu scriptures (Granth), Pandavas went to heaven through this mountain. This valley is also connected to Baspa Valley. Trekking starts 38km from Chamba.
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