An ancient town of Uttarakhand, Chamba, rests on the right bank of the river Ravi. Embedded in the valley of the gusting river, this bustling town, used to be under the dominance of the local Maharajas. Formerly known as the princely state, Chamba was founded way back in AD 920.
The beautiful and stunning local sites like Bhuri Singh Museum, Manimahesh, Rangmahal, Hari Rai Temple, St. Andrew Church, etc. welcomes tourists from far and wide. It is also a popular hub of adventure camping among holiday-maker. The excited tourists can put up adventure camps to add to their thrill and enthusiasm of exploring Chamba.
The camp site is surrounded by apple trees with extra ordinary picturesque view of Himalaya.Read More
Chamba is located very strategically in the centre of Garhwal provides great access.Read More