In & Around

Kala amb – Nahan and its surrounding areas are well-known for scenic beauty, and the tales and stories associated with it, which will interest history buffs as well. There are many tourist places in Nahan like Shivji Temple, Triloknath Cave Temple, Kalisthan Temple amongst others, which will engage visitors across the age groups.

Renuka Lake

Located just 38 kilometres away from Nahan, the Renuka Lake is the perfect place to visit for people who are into nature and the solace it offers. Unlike other lakes in the area that is famous for their pristine beauty and surroundings, the Renuka Lake is renowned for its cultural history. this fantastic water body is shaped in the form of a reclining woman, and hence is considered to be a personification of the Goddess Renuka. Other than its cultural and religious significance, the lake also offers breathtaking views to visitors who reach the ridge of the lake after passing through dense alpine forests.

Suketi Fossil Park

The Suketi Fossil Park, also known as the Shivalik Fossil Park, is a prominent fossil park that is located in the Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh in India. This park is the first one in Asia to be situated on the same site where the actual fossils were unearthed, and has a collection of vertebrate fossils and skeletons that date back to the prehistoric times, and have been recovered from the upper and middle Siwaliks geological formations of sandstones and clay at Suketi.

Trekking in Nahan

Travellers have many options for trekking in Nahan with some really exciting paths. The trek from Nahan to Renukaji, though easy is quite amazing. Churdhar peak also provide for various treks that offers spectacular view from the top.

Jaitak Fort

Built by Gurkha leader Ranjor Singh Thapa in 1810, this fort is situated on the top of Jaitak Hills. Constructed using the material recovered from the Nahan fort after it was ransacked and destroyed. It is situated at a distance of 25 km from Nahan.

Bala Sundari Temple

Shri Balasundri Devi temple is a famous Hindu temple. It is located in Kala amb Town of Sirmour district, Himachal Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Tripur Balasundri.