This small, quite hill station of Himachal Pradesh is more or less an option for the travellers who wants to spend the time in lush green surrounding and wants to hear the birds chirping and wind blowing through the thick pine trees rather than focusing on attraction and places to visit.
The first impression of Kasauli is cleanliness, a profusion of flowers and greenery wherever you turn. There are not many tourist places, this is perfect place for those who want to enjoy long walks and feel the fresh air. The highest point in Kasauli, known as Manki point is home to a Hanuman temple. The Manki point is believed to be in the shape of left foot of Lord Hanuman, who is said to have put his foot down on the hill while carrying the mountain bearing Sanjivni herb for Laxman, Lord Ram’s brother.
You can plan a trip to Kasauli on weekends since it is easily accessible and have great options for trekking and walking in the Kasauli hills.