Chail – a slice of paradise

By the end of February, the rays of the scorching summer season started knocking on the door and beginning to prompt us to plan a wonderful summer vacation, amidst the calm beauty of Mother Nature and the cool Himalaya breeze.

However, if you are not ready to visit the famous places and want to spend your vacation in peace, then you should explore Chail. Located in the Himalayas, Chail is a nearby hill station, and is located just 45 km from Shimla. This magnificent and magnificent resort is built on three hills are Rajarah Hill, Bandewa Hill and Thebes Sad Good Hills surrounded by scented forests of pine and deodar trees.

Contrary to the hustle and bustle of the Queen of the Hills, Chil is quieter and is known for being a honeymoon paradise as well as for hikers. Honeymooners from all over our country love to spend their honeymoon here in Chail, as this small hillside resort gives them ample room to completely immerse themselves in the pleasant feeling of love.

Regardless of her beauty, Chail has an interesting history behind her. It is said that when Bhubender Singh, Maharaja of Patiala, was expelled from his kingdom, he was determined to create his own summer capital, and thus revenge on shame. Came to Chail, captivated by his beauty and decided to make this beautiful place as his summer capital.

Sitting at an altitude of 2,250 m above sea level, Chail has no dearth of alluring tourist sites to attract your attention at first glance. Some places to visit for this summer resort in Himachal Pradesh include Rajgarh Palace, Sidh baba ka mandir, Palace Hotel, Chail Sanctury, Polo Land and the world’s tallest cricket ground etc. Also used as a polo ground.

Chail is a destination all season and provides great views of Satluj Valley, Shimla and Kasauli at night. So, to experience the bliss and theology in this place, you must visit Chail Hill Resort and experience the age.