The picturesque town of Naggar draws tourists looking to revel in green surroundings, go trekking or be a little more adventurous and camping out.
Located in the Kullu district, this quaint little town is typically covered with Kullu and is famous for its stunning natural beauty. Set against the backdrop of majestic hills and the clear and pristine Beas River, this tourist destination is ideal for people who want to relax and rejuvenate by living in the lap of nature. One can also indulge in trekking and camping here. Famous for being in abundance of unexplored natural beauty, the town of Naggar also has a castle, which has now been converted into a heritage hotel which one can visit. Naggar also has a famous folk art museum and a hot water spring that tourists shouldn't forget to visit.
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One of the least-explored villages of Himachal Pradesh. At close proximity from major hill stations like Manali and Kasol. Good road connectivity. Presence of ancient temples with unique architectural style.
Naggar has no bus stand or railway station. It doesn't have any adventure activity. Lack the energy and enthusiasm that other nearby hill stations carry.
₹ 3,800 onwards
₹ 3,760 onwards
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