Chamba, beautiful valley famous for its milk and honey is known for its streams, meadows, paintings, temples, handkerchiefs and lakes. Chamba is one of the famous destinations among tourists with few rivals for its scenic beauty. Chamba is located at an altitude of 926m and spreads widely in the area of 24 km. There are three amazing well defined ranges in the district - The Dhauladhar range, Zanskar range and the Pangi or Pir Panjal range. Placed like a diamond in a necklace on the banks of the Ravi River, its township resembles to an Italian village fortress. Chamba's temples are mostly devoted to Lord Shiva and Vishnu and are built up of rich carved stone. Chamba is protected by snow-capped mountain barriers and its monuments escaped demolition at the hands of invaders that is why it still remains one of the best conserved heartlands of the Himalayan arts.
Kailash Manimahesh, Bhuri Singh Museum, Chamab Chaugan, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Chamunda Devi Temple, Hari Rai Temple, Lama Dal,