Naggar: Explore The Exciting Hiking Spot In Himachal Pradesh!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Naggar is located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. From Naggar Palace, tourists have a beautiful view of both sides of Kullu Valley.

Kohinoor is on a corner, so we could see the board from afar. Naggar Castle and Tripura Sundari Temple are nearby.


Summer: The summer season begins in April and ends in July. Monsoon: Naggar has no monsoon season because it receives only moderate rainfall from August to September.

Climatic Conditions

Winter: The winter season in Naggar begins in October and continues until January. The highest and lowest temperatures here are 15 degrees Celsius and 0 degrees Celsius, respectively.

A museum and heritage hotel, Naggar Castle is a royal rustic castle. Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu built it in 1460.

Tourists Attractions

Naggar Castle

The German Bakery completes a Naggar tour. It's Naggar's best place to sit, freeze, and enjoy great cuisine and drinks while seeing the mountains.

German Bakery

Visit the Roerich Art Gallery, the former home of a famous Russian painter that has been turned into a state museum.

Roerich Art Gallery

It is 38 kilometres from the village of Kasheri to the Jana waterfall. To reach the authentic waterfall, you will have to ascend a rough trail lined with pine trees.

Jana Waterfall

Naggar's ancient-looking village has long fascinated travellers. Naggar is a year-round traveler's favourite.

Best Time to Visit

By Flight: Kullu-Manali Airport in Bhuntar is closest. By Train: Joginder Nagar railway station is closest.  

How to Reach Naggar?

By Bus: Arriving at Naggar by bus is preferable. To reach Manali, HRTC and private bus services operate. By Road: To reach the destination from Manali, taxi and cab services are available.