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Chail is pervaded by an idle simplicity and calm – A lush, more profuse version of Shimla

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Chail

Chail

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Chail is a hill station in Himachal Pradesh, India. It is 44 kilometres (27 mi) from Shimla and 45 kilometres (28 mi) from Solan. The Chail Palace is well known for its architecture: the palace was built as summer retreat by the Maharaja of Patiala during the British Raj, on the land allotted to him by the British for former’s assistance in the Anglo-Nepalese War. The cricket ground and a polo ground which is there at an altitude of 2,250 m was owned by erstwhile royal family of Patiala. It is the world’s highest cricket ground.

Resorts

Resorts

Chail

FLB Resorts Jungle Livinn

Chail puts Shimla to shame when it comes to the prideful calm of nature – light, green fields everywhere like the whole place was just plucked out of heaven. Where ever you go in Himachal the captivating culture follows, and Chail is no different – the opportunities just keep knocking to get to know the place better – after all that is what we travel, right? Throughout Chail, there are unending, unparalleled opportunities to take the beauty of the place back home with you. Chail may not be as bold on the map as Shimla, but that works in favor of traveling souls like us. FLB Jungle Livinn is surrounded by green forests from all sides, making it the perfect place in Chail to spend quality time with the family. Make sure to leave everything behind when you come here and let nature surround you with all its unending exuberance.
  • Television
  • Minibar
  • Tea/ Coffee Maker
  • Parking
  • Doctor on Call
  • Restaurant
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Balcony
  • Power Backup
  • Hot Water Facility

Activities

Activities

Trekking

Trekking

What to Wear:

Comfortable Clothes with Sturdy Shoes

What to Carry:

  • An extra pair of comfortable clothes
  • Small Towel
  • Camera (obviously!)
  • Batteries and Memory Cards
  • Sleeping Bag (if you plan to spend the night out on the trails)
  • A Reusable Water Bottle (holding at least a litre of water)
  • Walking Stick
  • Hat, Sunglasses and Sunscreen
  • Flashlight
  • Snacks
  • Hand Sanitizer Gel and Soap
  • First Aid Kit
  • Medicine Box
  • Toilet Paper

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Check the Weather
  • Research well and choose a trail which suits your physical capability
  • Wear shoes which have Good Support and are in Good Condition
  • Don’t trek alone and if you do, tell someone the trail you are going to take and an estimated time of return
  • Carry a compass or a GPS

Be environment sensitive

Flying Fox

Flying Fox

Flying Fox is the humongous form of ropeway. You are tied to a lengthy rope and left to fall free. Shout your heart out and experience the thrilling adventure.

What to Wear:

Go for a comfortable t-shirt and lower, keeping them light-weighted.

Dos and Don’ts:

  • Check your blood pressure before you opt for the adventure
  • Never let fear come in-between the fun
  • Try not to close your eyes when you are flying