Kasauli has for long been the well-kept secret of a few Dilliwallas who regularly Repair to this paradise in the Shivalik for rejuvenation and are jealously possessive of their Himachali beauty. The good news is that there is practically nothing to do in Kasauli. All you Can do is stroll down the quiet country lanes lined with aged chestnut trees, with not a sound to be heard save for the sweet chattering of birds, Kasauli will help you rid your mind of its clutter and your body of its lassitude. The inspiring air of Kasauli makes it Khushwant Singh’s first choice to escape from the distractions of Delhi
to come to his cottage here for writing. Hike up first to the Sanawar Hills, and then lope your way down to Dharampur on the much quieter route back via Sanawar School. These walks Can be enchanting when the ancient horse chestnut trees are in full bloom from April to June.