A paradise for nature lovers, located at a height of 2,200 m above sea level. Naldehra has a picnic spot managed by Himachal Tourism.  Naldehra is famous as one of the oldest golf courses in the country.

Tourists can enjoy a wonderful afternoon in the lush green valley or take a horse ride to the Naldehra golf course, India's most famous golf course.
Naldehra derives its name from Nag and Dehra meaning the abode of the King of Snakes. The Mahunag temple dedicated to the Serpent Lord is one of the most well-known religious shrines in the region.

It is nice to walk amidst the thick pine-scented woods. Naldehra is crowned by a magnificent grove of deodar trees and carpeted with springing turf. The wide areas that form the iconic Alps-like topography of the region are home to some endangered species of fauna.

It is perfect for tourists looking for natural scenic beauty and an offbeat location. Naldehra is famous for its greenery and plain view of the mountains filled with pine, cedar, and deodar trees. With a backdrop of the mountains and the Sutlej River flowing through, Naldehra is breathtaking. Naldehra is a place worth visiting if you have a love for nature and serenity.