Kali ka Tibba in Chail is a small but beautiful temple in the peaceful vicinity amidst hills. It Situated at the top of a hill, Kali Ka Tibba is a popular must see place in Chail.The view from the temple is also mind blowing. Goddess Kali, to whom this shrine is dedicated, is a much revered and much feared deity in Hinduism so it is natural that this beautiful temple attracts many devotees. Known for its pleasant sunset, Kali ka Tibba is the ultimate destination for those who are looking for a peaceful journey away from city crowd.You may enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Choor Chandni and Shivalik Range from the temple.
Sidh Baba Ka Mandir
Located at a height of 8000Ft from downtown Chail, Sidh Baba Ka Mandir is set on a hill between Rajgarh and Pandhawa. The local residents of Chail believe that this mandir is defender of accomplishment of Chail.
It is thought that Maharaja Bhupinder Singh wanted to build this temple next to his palace, but Sidh Baba appeared in his dream and asked him to build it at current site. Sidh Baba ka Mnadir is a quiet place for blessed soul that symbolizes the estimation of religion.Sidh Baba ka Mandir is a well known religious point of interest in Chail, situated on the slope lying amongst Rajgarh and Pandhawa.
Chail Sanctuary is located at Chail, a hill station which is home to sambar, goral and cheer pheasants at Blossom and Jhaja. Barking deer and kalijin are seen during dusk and dawn. The best time to visit is from March to October.
It covers 110 km. Chail Sanctuary has a vast forest cover. In 1976, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary was identified and it was declared as a protected area under government consideration. The cheer pheasant breeding and rehabilitation programme was launched in 1988. There is a dense cover of oak, pine and grassland. Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a variety of fauna and flora.
World Highest cricket
Cricket Ground- Surrounded by thick forests of deodar, a well maintained Chail Cricket ground is the highest cricket ground in the world. It was built in 1893. The ground is located at an altitude of 2,444 metres (8,018 ft). Chail served as the summer capital of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh.
The Palace Chail Built in 1891, Chail Palace Maharaja's palace is set in approximately 75 acres and has a truly regal setting with spectacular views. Chail Palace wide variety of cottages, suites and rooms with different tariffs can accommodate every visitor who wish to savor this majestic hill station.
Kufri hill station is located 20 km from the state capital Shimla on the National Highway No.22.
Kufri was once a part of the Kingdom of Nepal until the area was ceded to the British Raj as part of the Sugauli Treaty. This region remained obscure from the rest of the world until the British 'discovered' it in 1819.