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Chamba, India

Nestled between the grand Zanskar and Dhauladhar ranges, Chamba is a small yet attractive tourist destination of Himachal Pradesh. The town dates back its establishment in 10th which makes it an ideal destination for nature lovers. Chamba holiday packages are popular among those travelers who love to enjoy nature in its purest form. With diverse flora and fauna and misty mountain ranges, Chamba tour brings an exhilarating experience for its visitors. century. Chamba is recognized for its exquisite natural beauty,

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Climate

Summer
Mid-March - end June
Temperature:24°C- 38°C

Monsoons
June - end September
Annual rainfall -280 cm

Winter
Late November To Mid-February
Temperature:16°C-28°C

Best Places to Visit in Chamba

Chamunda Devi Temple
The ancient temple is devoted to Goddess Chamunda, an incarnation of Goddess Durga. Behind the main temple, there is a small shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple enjoys panoramic views of entire Chamba.

Champavati Temple:
Bhawanipatna has a number of waterfalls that adds a charm to the natural beauty of this place. Some of the popular waterfalls are, Ravanadhara, Khanduala and Phurli Jharan. These are perfect picnic spot for families and friends.

Vajreshwari Temple:
It is one of the most admired shrines in Chamba dedicated to Devi Vajreshwari.

Chowgan:
It is sprawling grassland and avenue in the heart of the town. It is the hub for local trade. The place is a must visit attraction of the town.

Bhuri Singh Museum:
Inaugurated on 14th miniature paintings of Chamba and Kangra along with several wooden carvings and weapons. September 1908, Bhuri Singh Museum houses collection of

Rang Mahal:
Built by Raja Umed Singh, Rang Mahal is a popular tourist attraction of the town. The superb architecture of Rang Mahal is an amalgamation of Mughal and British styles. The place is now under Handicrafts Department of the State Government.

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