Location: The Naggar Castle is located at an estimated distance of 12 km in the north of Naggar in Manali, Himachal Pradesh.
Description: In ancient times, Naggar was the capital of Kullu valley, India. It is believed that the Naggar Castle was built by King Sidh Singh of Kullu in 1460 A.D. around 16th century. Later on in the year 1846, Nagger Castle was sold to the British. This medieval castle was converted into The Castle Heritage Hotel in the year 1978 by Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation and it has now become one of the popular tourist attractions of Manali. Nagger Castle is a beautiful place which represents the authentic Himalayan Hindu architecture style. This wonderful hotel overlooks the Kullu valley and this superb place is the best to understand the significance of ancient art forms and Himalayan culture. This beautiful structure is made especially from wood of Himalayan trees which makes it look more interesting and attractive. The traditional architecture style used to build this castle is known by the name Kathloonmi, which uses a blend of stones and wood for construction.
Activities: Besides enchanting you with its fascinating architecture and design, this picturesque place provides you captivating views of the green deodar trees rising straight on the Himalayan snow-capped mountains.