Sitting at the height of over 996 meters on the bank of the river Ravi, Chamba has become a destination of choice for many tourists visiting Himachal Pradesh. It's the valley of milk and honey, which is commonly known for its streams, temples, meadows, paintings and lakes. Especially, the Pahari paintings, which originated in the Hill Kingdoms of North India between the 17th and 19th century and its handicrafts and textiles There are five lakes, five wildlife sanctuaries and numerous temples in the region.
Situated amidst verdant and picturesque valleys, the district is visited by many tourists of India and abroad. The sub-Himalayan range of mountains and wide variety of flora and fauna that are found here are major reasons why it frequently ranks as one of the famous tourist destinations in the whole of India. The district is divided into three main ranges namely the Dhauladhar range, the Pangi or Pir Panjal range and Zanskar range. The pictorial landscape, lush greenery and rich wildlife of Chamba Valley are what you can retreat yourself here.