Moreover, the amazing town of Naggar has many attractions for sightseeing that stun a visitor at each turn. It has something for everybody: trekking for adventure fanatics, trout fishing for angling lovers and miles of natural landscape a paradise for nature fanatics and pictures lovers. While in Naggar, one can explore visit Tripura Sundari Temple, Jana Waterfall, Roerich Art Gallery, Naggar Castle and walks and treks. The viewers can also visit the Dagpo Shedrupling Monastery situated at the left bank of the river Beas, which was inaugurated by His Holiness Dalai Lama in 2005.
Built 500 years ago, the amazing castle of Naggar has been converted into a heritage hotel presenting a stunning riverside view of the Beas. The Naggar Castle is an incredible historic architecture. The fortress was constructed by using an outstanding combination of the European and Himalayan structure by Raja Sidhi Singh in 1460 AD. The northern wing of the Naggar castle was later turned to the European way of residing with the aid of installing fireplace in the vicinity, staircase, and chimneys. Later on, it was changed into a place used as a courtroom residence. In 1978, the castle was turned into a rest house and more recently, into a heritage hotel.
Naggar is located on the east side of the Kullu Valley. It was once known as the capital of the Kullu kingdom.
It is perhaps the most amazing and eye-grabbing village in the valley today. It is merely 5 kms off the Chandigarh-Manali
NH21. From Chandigarh, take the NH21 till Patlikuhal via Bilaspur, Sundernagar, Mandi, Pandoh, Kullu, Raison and Katrain.
From Delhi, drive to Chandigarh via Karnal and Ambala. At Patlikuhal, turn right across the Beas to Naggar (5 km).
The nearest railhead to Naggar is Chandigarh (301 km/8 hours) and nearest airport is Bhuntar (38 km/1 hour).