Khajjiar is a modest cut of heaven in the midst of the thick deodar woods, verdant glades and snow-topped Himalayas.  Guests can investigate its stunning view, get very close with the colorful natural life at the Kalatop Untamed life Haven, and participate in open air exercises, for example, timberland trekking, zorbing, horse riding and paragliding at the Khajjiar Lake.An unmissable spot here is the 12th-century Khaji Nag temple. Dedicated to Lord of Serpents (Khaji Nag), the temple stands out with its beautiful architecture, which is a blend of Hindu and Muslim styles.

Due to its topographical resemblance with Switzerland, it is ofter called the’ Mini Switzerland’ of India. This saucer shaped green meadow is engulfed by Deodar trees and has a lake in the middle. On July 7, 1992, Khajjiar was called the ‘mini Switzerland’ by the then Vice-Counsellor and Head of the Chancery of Switzerland in India, Willy Blazer. He also put a sign board which showed the distance between Khajjiar and Swiss capital-Bern. He took a stone from Khajjiar to be installed in the stone collage around the Swiss Parliament to constantly remind people of Khajjiar as the ‘Mini Switzerland’.

The entrancing excellence of this spot has extraordinarily impacted and roused numerous kingdoms consistently, including the Rajputs and Mughals. Situated at a height of 6,500 feet, the characteristic magnificence and beautiful scene of this spot will undoubtedly leave an everlasting impact on a traveler. Khajjiar is known for its nine-gap fairway which is settled amidst lavish greenery and an amazing scene. Khajjiar is a little level which likewise has a little lake which is a standout amongst the most supported places of interest in this town. Khajjiar is encompassed by green knolls and thick woods and it is additionally known for its delightful sanctuaries. This area likewise pulls in experience searchers and has a great deal of alternatives in experience sports like paragliding, horse riding, zorbing, trekking and so forth. It is an absolute necessity visit place for everybody coming to Dalhousie and its adjacent districts. Be that as it may, the best approach to Khajjiar can be shut now and again during winters due to overwhelming snowfall.