Open Time : Open 24 hours

Entry : free

Address : Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh, India

Why to visit Khajjiar

Khajjiar is notable for its deodar woods, green meadows, and cottages. There is a tiny lake in the midst of the meadow where you may relax and enjoy the view or participate in adventure sports like as paragliding, zorbing, and horseback riding.

  • Khajjiar is well noted for its nine-hole golf course, which is located in the middle of beautiful nature at an elevation of 6,500 feet.
  • It is also known for trekking in Khajjar Falls.
  • Trek to Khajjar Falls: 
    • Surrounded by lush greenery and pristine forests, the falls offer a serene and tranquil trek.
    • To reach the falls, a short trek is required, adding a sense of adventure to the experience. 

Location: Near Khajjar Lake Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh,l

Scenic Beauty: Enchanting landscapes and captivating waterfalls.

Trekking: Short trek is required to reach the Khajar Falls.

Best Time to Visit: Summer months for a stronger water flow.

FAQ on Khajjiar

What can I expect at the Khajjar?

Khajjar offer a serene and picturesque setting amidst lush green surroundings, It's a popular spot for nature lovers and photographers.

What is the best time to visit the Khajjar?

The best time to visit the Khajjar is during the summer months of April to June when the weather is pleasant and the water flow is at its strongest. Avoid visiting during the monsoon season (July to September) as heavy rainfall can make the trek difficult and the falls may be less accessible.

How can I reach the Khajjar Falls?

To reach the Khajjar Falls, you can hire a taxi or take a local bus from Dalhousie, which is approximately 24 kilometers away. The falls are situated near the famous Khajjar Lake, and you can reach them by taking a short trek from the lake.

Special Tip

While visiting Khajjiar with friends and family, try land zorbing. Wear comfortable footwear suitable for trekking. The path leading to the falls may involve a short trek, and it's important to have proper grip and support for a safe and enjoyable experience. Choose shoes that are sturdy, with good traction, and preferably waterproof, as the trail might be uneven or slippery.

By Mehrosh Shamim

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