A hiker's paradise, Khajjiar is also known as "Mini Switxerland", a title, the truth of which is evident the moment you step into this charming land. The very air of Khajjiar is magical, filling you with a sense of purity and freshness as it sweeps through your hair. One of the many claims to fame of Khajjiar is the fact that the district was officially baptized by the Swiss Ambassador on July 7, 1992 an event, which is marked by the transportation of a stone from the region, which was added to a stone sculpture, which can be seen in Berne, the capital of Switzerland.
If you are planning a holiday in Khajjiar make sure you pay a visit to the Khajjinag Temple which is home to life sized images of the five Pandavas, epic heroes of the Mahabharata.
How To Reach
By Air :- The nearest airport to Khajjiar is at Jammu, located around 200 kms away from Khajjiar.
By Rail :- The nearest railway station to Khajjiar is at Pathankot or ChakkiBank, located at a distance of 80 Kms. Both these stations are well-connected to Khajjiar as well as the other railway stations of India.
By Road :- Well connected to major cities of India such as Amritsar, Chandigarh, Delhi and Manali by a network of well- maintained roads, reaching Khajjiar by road is one of the easiest ways of reaching the town.