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Naldehra is an ideal tourist destination with tourists visiting all through the year. The summer months between March and June are warm with maximum temperature about 30 °Celsius making it a pleasant enjoyable weather for excursions. The rainy season runs from July to October offering moderate to heavy rainfall. Naldehra winter season from November to February can be too cold for comfort with minimum temperatures dropping close to 2 degrees Celsius. Snow fall is also experienced in Naldehra during December and January although snow fall is erratic and not a regular feature.

How To Reach

By Road:

Reaching Naldehra by road is a much more convenient and realistic option for tourists. The Tourists driving from Northern parts of India can use the National Highway to Shimla via Chandigarh. Naldehra is located at a distance of 163 Kms from Chandigarh and regular bus and cabs services are available to reach Naldehra from Shimla.

By Air:

Naldehra does not have a dedicated airport and the nearest airport is the one located at Shimla. The Jubbar Hati domestic airport of Shimla is located at a distance of 63 kms from Naldehra. Shimla airport is well connected to all major Indian cities and towns.

By Rail:

Nearest rail station to reach Naldehra is located at Kalka at a distance of 112 Kms from Naldehra town. Kalka is well connected to all major cities and towns of northern India with regular train services. Cab and bus services including state owned as well as private luxury ones operate freely between Kalka and Naldehra.


Naldehra is a pristine hill station located near Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. Famous for its brilliant natural surroundings including lush green valleys and magnificent mountain peaks and fresh water springs, Naldehra attracts a large number of tourists. Located at an elevation of 2044 meters above sea level, Naldehra is an epitome of natural delight with a dense line of cedar, deodar and pine trees. Famous for housing one of the oldest Golf courses in India, Naldehra is one of the most famous tourist landmarks of Himachal Pradesh.


Located at a distance of 22 Kms from the state capital of Shimla, Naldehra derives its name from Nag and dehra meaning the abode of the King of Snakes. The Mahunag temple dedicated to the Serpent Lord is one of the most well known religious shrines of the region attracting a large number of pilgrims from all over the world.


Originally discovered by Lord Curzon, the British Viceroy, Naldehra is one of the hidden gems amid the mighty Dauladhar mountain peaks. The city attracts a large number of adventure lovers offering rafting and trekking escapades. The river water rafting in Chabba is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region. While the shopping enthusiasts can try the famous for leather crafted ornaments, shoes and embroidered handkerchiefs or rumals, food lovers must try the famous Naldehra chilly sauces known as chukh, which is a mixture of green and red peppers, lime juice, mustard oil and salt.


With cascading hot water springs at Tattapani to ancient temples and pristine natural ambience and trekking excursions, Naldehra is sure to add a an everlasting reminiscences in the mind of tourists from time immemorial.