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Shivalik Fossil Park

At a distance of 22 km south-west from Nahan on the banks of Markand River is one of the most visited tourist places in Nahan, the Shivalik Fossil Park, also known as Suketi Fossil Park. The park houses a collection of prehistoric vertebrate fossils and skeletons dug out from the Upper and Middle Shivaliks, which will engage history lovers and culture enthusiasts.

The highlight of you visit to the Fossil Park will the open-air display of six life-sized fibreglass models of extinct mammals in a recreation of the Shivalik Hills setting, which dates back to 2.5 million years.

Ticket Prices:
Free entry.

Open Time:
9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Closed on Tuesday)


Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary

Spanning across the area of 4 sq. km, the Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the best places to visit in Nahan if you are a wildlife enthusiast. The legend has it that it is named after one of the prettiest ladies ever to walk over the face of the earth Renukaji and her son Parshuram. It protects a brilliant collection of the local flora and fauna, which will revive the nature lover in you.

Some of the species harboured in the Sanctuary are Samber, Leopard, Spotted Deer. It is a highly recommended place of visit for Nature enthusiasts and wilderness seekers.

Ticket Prices: 
Free entry.

Sunrise to Sunset.


Renuka Temple

On the similar lines of the Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary we have the Renuka Temple, it is dedicated to Renukaji and her son Lord Parshuram. Continuing the legend, it is said that Parshuram wished to go through his time on earth at the feet of his mother and it is a result of this reason, the mother-son pair meet each year amid the beginning of yearly Renuka Fair.

It is additionally believed that Goddess Renuka is the reincarnation of Goddess Durga, which makes it a popular place to visit amongst devotees and followers of Hinduism. The calmness that it has to offer makes it one of the top 
tourist places in Nahan and is surely worth a visit.

Ticket Prices: Free entry.

Open Time: Sunrise to Sunset


Rani Tal

Rani Tal was once a retreat for the Royalties residing in and around Nahan and in the surrounding Shivalik Hills. On one end of the Lake or Tal, there is an idol of Lord Shiva and a small temple dedicated to Goddess Lata Devi.

The Rani Tal has firmly established its place as a top picnic spot, attracting a multitude of solo travellers and families or couples alike be it local or tourists. You can spend time at this spot by having a stroll in the adjacent garden or by feeding the fishes and the turtles which are there in the pond.

The garden also houses a fountain which will rejuvenate you after your excursion. There is a small cave too which is believed to make its way to the King’s Palace.

Ticket Prices:
Free entry.

Open 24 hours


Jagannath Temple

Built in the year 1681, by Raja Budh Prakash, the Jagannath Temple has been one of the best places to visit in Nahan. Built on the lines of the Jagannath Temple in the Indian State of Odisha, the temple has been one of the most revered places of worship for locals as well for the tourists who make their footfall here.

You can experience the soothing temple environment and can use this opportunity to restore your natural equilibrium and experience spirituality.

Ticket Prices: 
Free entry.

7 am to 7 pm


Churdhar Peak

Allow one of the hiking agencies to let you have this amazing opportunity to admire what a beautiful place the Shivalik Range is. To make way to the Churdhar Peak one has to trek his way through. At an elevation of 12000 feet, the peak is visible from Shimla, Kasauli, Solan & Kufri and has snow all year long.

It is an expedition of 2 days and Norahdhar serves as its base camp. It is definitely a part of the best
 tourist places in Nahan, offering a bliss for the adrenaline junkies.

Time to Visit:
May - November

Entry: Free entry


Jamu Peak

Heading 8 km from the Renuka Lake one will find the Jamu Peak. This altitude can be used to grab an amazing chance to witness some of the most beautiful and picturesque sights and scenes of the Shivalik Ranges and the quaint little town of Nahan.

Time to Visit:
May - November

Entry: Free entry


Renuka Lake

The largest natural lake in the State of Himachal Pradesh is in the shape of a leaning back lady. What’s interesting here is the not the natural beauty that it has to offer, but the socio-cultural backbone on which the skeleton of the lake stands. The shape of the lake ascertains and supports the belief that it is the personification of Goddess Renuka, a popular goddess amongst the locals, but not only this, it also has some brilliant shots waiting to be captured.

There is a boating facility which helps one get one step closer to the Lake and hence nature. The Renuka Temple on the bank of the Lake attracts devotees, wanting to worship their goddess. At a distance of 38 kilometres, it is a short convenient distance from Nahan making it the best place to visit in Nahan.

Sunrise to sunset

Entry free

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