Sunset Point

Open Time : 8:00 a.m - 7:00p.m

Entry : free

Address : Sunset Point, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, India

Website : https://www.transindiatravels.com/himachal-pradesh/kasauli/sunset-point/

Why to visit Sunset Point

The sunset point, which is approximately 1 km from the bus stop, is a great place to watch the gorgeous sunset among the hills and get a good perspective of the hills and surrounding places. It provides a lovely view of the skyline as it changes color as night falls. 

Things to do at Sunset Point: 

  • Watch the sun play peek-a-boo with the green leaves as they rustle.
  • Enjoy a fantastic photo shoot and record each and every wonderful moment.
  • Try going on a guided walk through the woods.
  • With the aid of a guide, you can also begin a straightforward trekking excursion.
  • Admire the Himalayas' imposing, snow-capped peaks.

Entry Fee: No fee is required.

Timings: Prior to Sunset

Exploration Time: 30 minutes to 1 hour

Nearest Transit Point: Kasauli Bus Stand (1 km) 

Nearby Attractions: Gilbert Trail (0.7 km), Manki Point (1.3 km), Christ Church (1.2 km)

FAQ on Sunset Point

How to reach Sunset Point?

The Sunset Point is situated on Upper Mall Road, just a short distance from Kasauli's bus stop and 77 kilometres from Shimla.

When is the best time to visit Sunset Point?

Any time of year is a good time to visit Sunset Point. But since landslides frequently occur there when it rains heavily, it is advised that you avoid it entirely during the monsoon season.

What are the places to visit near Sunset Point?

Gilbert Trail (0.7 km), Manki Point (1.3 km), and Christ Church (1.2 km)are the places to visit near Sunset Point.

What are the restaurants near Sunset Point?

Hangout Rooftop Bar and Restaurant (1 km), Ros Common Restaurant (0.8 km), and Narendra Sweet House (1.3 km) are the restaurants near Sunset Point

Special Tip

Try out hiking through the woods along with a guide. Also, for the foodies, a tiny cafeteria providing delectable appetisers remains open. There is also a small area for youngsters to play and a souvenir shop run by the army.

By Abhilasha Prasad

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