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AshTheWiz
Dapoli, India288 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2013 • Family
The sunset point is the common thread which binds all hill stations but this one is different from all others.

The place is inside the Army cantonment and unlike other hill stations which you find littered with filth, this place is absolutely spic and span (or ship-shape as the Faujis would call it). There is a small park for the children to play and some seating as well. So if you land up there well before sunset, you can park yourself comfortably. Vehicles are not permitted beyond a point so you have to walk just about half a kilometre (good for health) and you are there.

Don't be intimidated by the Army jawans. They are doing their duty and won't trouble you unless they find your behaviour suspicious or find you littering the place or indulging in drinking or smoking. Remember, these two things are not permitted in public in Kasauli and this being in the cantt, you have to comply with the rules (thankfully, unlike other places where the 'thulla mamus' turn a blind eye to the miscreants after taking a bribe.

I believe all those whining about the Army's presence in Kasauli must be those who would have been ticked off by the Army Jawans for either drinking or smoking or both.

So don't bother too much about it and head off to the sunset point for a nice picnic in the evening. And in case you are carrying some eatables, don't forget to clean up the mess or you too would later be complaining of the 'Intimidating Presence' of 'Army Goons'...

And don't forget to enjoy the SUNSET!!!
Written 13 May 2013
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ritalli
New Delhi, India49 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Family
Sitting on the bench you see this big ball of fire ! Father Sun in all its glory , and then comes a passing cloud , and then more , it starts to rain , the skies go purple , and you feel the rain drops ! I have seen some of the most amazing sunsets from here , the valley below , the mountain line across , the pines dancing in the breeze , its heavenly . There are swings for children , benches for adults and a little shelter too .
Written 21 February 2015
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ArtiSingh_Travel
New Delhi, India1,306 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
This place falls right in between the Gilbert trail. A spot that has only view to offer and the view is everything.
Plan a visit to spend sometime looking at the beauty of nature, click pictures and watch the sunset. There is a washroom and drinking water nothing else. And be careful of the dogs here.
30 minutes are more than enough for this place.
To reach this point u have to walk around 500-700 mtrs from the Car parking point
Written 22 June 2018
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mittaldeepak
19 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
It is a beautiful place with some swings for d children . Here u can see d canvas of nature , beautiful Kasauli & some far away places . U must reach here half n hour before d sunset to enjoy d beauty. Small city small attraction.
Written 1 April 2015
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rps52
New Delhi, India15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Couples
This place require a little walk from the city on a pacca track.The point is very well designed in such a way that you can enjoy the view of sinking Sun and changing color of sky from yellow to red.
If you are a keen photographer then you should reach the place in advance to find a suitable place for you. When sitting here during the day time or in evening one can enjoy the Sound of wind coming from the valley.
Written 20 April 2015
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masaccio
Huntingdon, UK1,921 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We were lazy and drove here, but if you do have a car, it's worth the drive up and the view is spectacular even on a lousy, rainy day like we had. Well, maybe not when the clouds are below 2,000m but otherwise It's can recommend it for the view of the stepped fields and water from the falls.
Written 3 April 2015
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chow69
Bhopal, India2,064 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
We stopped in Kasauli on our way back from Shimla and were fortunate to be in just before sunset. As recommended we made our way to the sunset point just ahead of the Kasauli Club and waited with bated breath for the sun to set. Have seen a great many sunsets, but this was unique! Though the day was cloudy and the sun only made its presence felt in the late afternoon, we were fortunate to see the great big ball of fire slowly set. A beautiful sight! Kasauli is a cantonment town and we were the guests of an army friend. If this sunset is anything to go by, I would love to settle down in Kasauli. Wow!!
Written 8 March 2015
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AshaMadaan
Kalka, India5 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2014 • Friends
Again this place was guarded heavily by army ppl, one of them called one of our friend by "oye idhar aa". What is it? The culture of Kasauli and its armed forces to insult tourists visiting Kasauli? Shame !
Written 2 February 2014
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Rangeralok
Ghaziabad, India334 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Friends
Kasauli is a quiet place. not as crowded as other hill station. Sunset point is a location in Cantonment area from where one can view sunset . Good seating arrangement . One has to walk down from where you leave vehicle unless you are from Army.
Written 18 May 2018
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harleen s
New Delhi, India1,255 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Couples
this is one of the best places in Kasauli to spend some quality time, we were staying at the Kasauli Club and walked down to Sunset point.
The road is very well maintained, sunset point is a clean area and has enough seating space ...
there were quite a few families there and everyone was clicking pics & selfies!
One must visit this place once in Kasauli ...
There are enough dustbins around, so please do not throw any garbage on the road !
Written 21 April 2017
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