Perhaps the pivotal point in the tourism in Chamba is the famous Manimahesh range, revered throughout this picturesque hamlet as the abode of "Mahesh" or Lord Shiva, one of the principle forces of the Hindu Trinity.
Once the capital of the Chamba kings, the village is also home to the temple of Lakhna Devi, arguably the oldest surviving wooden temple in the world and a definite must visit while on a holiday in Chamba.
How To Reach
By Air :- The nearest airport to Chamba is at Gaggal, located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh.
By Rail :- The nearest railway station to Chamba is at Pathankot or ChakkiBank. Both these stations are well-connected to Chamba as well as the other railway stations of India. Easy means of transportation are available from both these railway junctions to Chamba.
By Road :- Well connected to major cities of India such as Amritsar, Chandigarh, Delhi and Manali by a network of well- maintained roads, reaching Chamba by road is one of the easiest ways of reaching the town.