Nestled between the beautiful lofty ranges of the Himalayas, lies the Naldehra hill station.
Naldehra is a beautiful paradise for nature lovers and adventure seekers. It forms a golf course perched at an altitude of 2,200 meters. It is an 18-hole course with 16 greens and 18 tees, constitutes a design resonant of Scottish links courses. The golf course was built under the supervision of Lord Curzon. Naldehra has got the name from the Nag Temple that lies bang in the middle of the course. This place is one of the oldest 9 holes golf courses in the country.
Earlier, it was a 9 Hole Course but later the Naldehra Gold Course was enlarged to 18 holes. There are large deodars that flank the links and make this region an enthralling sports venue in the midst of natural scenic beauty. Not only this, one may also take a leisurely walk through the woods and picnics in this region. However, Naldehra is a perfect place to unwind and relax amid serene ambience.
Sightseeing here is all about visiting temple or wondering at the lovely towering pine trees or relishing the day on the rolling greens. Worshippers may visit to the Mahunag Temple, which is dedicated to the snake god. So, plan for a holiday to Naldehra and explore the rolling greens of this small hill station.