Naggar is epitome of tranquility and serenity. It is situated in the Beas valley of Kullu District in the Western Himalayas, on the left bank of the river. Once the capital of the Kullu Kingdom, Naggar still retains its artistic grandiose. The famous Naggar Castle is now transformed into a Heritage Hotel by the State Tourism Board and provides tourists the wonderful experience of staying in a castle. Standing majestically at a height of 1851 meters , the Naggar village, surrounded by Deodar trees, provides a picturesque view of snow-clad mountains on the north and the glistening Beas river powering its way deep down. Naggar is renowned for its impressive cultural heritage, a rich architectural style using local materials and skills, and an extensive handicraft range. There are centuries old temples that bear traditional stone and wood carvings. The enduring artefacts in the Roerich Art Gallery is a major tourist attraction. There are also several options for treks and adventure sports for enthusiasts. Naggar is just at a distance of around 15 kms from the famous Himalayan hill station Manali . The pleasant weather of Naggar adds up to the charm of the place. A walk through the peaceful village streets, a nap in the apple orchards and an evening tea watching the magnificent Himalayan mountains will rejuvenate you and provide the most cherished holiday experience.

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