Chamba Travel Guide
Chamba is a famous town in the Chamba district on the banks of Ravi river in Himachal Pradesh. Summers have temperature rise above 30-degree centigrade and winters see perfect snowfall, so it is perfect to visit at any time of the year. It is an ideal location for quick holidays.
This is an ancient town working since Maru dynasty, founded by king Sahil Varman in 920 AD and later taken by the British presidencies. This tourism hot-spot boasts a number of attractions. Some of them are Laxmi Narayan Temple, Champavati Temple, Bhandal Valley, Bhuri Singh Museum, Rang Mahal and more. Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary is another attraction for the wildlife and photography lovers. Minjar Mela is an annual seven-day festival dedicated to the goddess of rain, Varuna and is a must-see for the tourists. Shawls, metal artefacts, chilli pickles are commonly sold as souvenirs.Read More Read Less