Located 45 km away from the Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, Chail is a popular quiet paradise for hikers and honeymooners. Perched at a height of 2,250 m above sea level, Chail has some must see places to captivate your attention at the first glance. This hill station sprawls across three hillocks- Rajgarh, Sadh Tiba and Pandewa, offering enchanting view of the surrounding countryside. There is a great story behind the name Chail. When Bhupinder Singh, the Maharaja of Pataila was deported from Shimla, he then decided to make his own summer capital that was named as Chail. Situated amidst the scented forests of chir pine and gigantic deodars, this picturesque hill station offers magnificent and panoramic view of the surrounding countryside.
Its lush greenery, striking view of the mountains and natural beauty make it an ideal place to visit. There are plenty of trekking trails that lead from Chail to Shimla, Kali Temple, Choor Peak, etc. Not only this, activities like Angling have also contributed towards its popularity. Some nearby attractions like Kufri are wonderful places to relish adventure sports. A very popular Chail Wildlife Sanctuary also captivates wildlife and nature lovers as there are huge variety of flora and fauna like common langur, sambar, wild boar, etc. So, someone who seeks to experience the divinity of this destination must visit Chail and enjoy holidaying at this beautiful place.