Chamba lies at the heart of Garhwal at a height of 1,676 mtrs. Chamba the emerging tourist spot in Tehri Garhwal, offers you never experienced interlude. The snow capped peaks of the Himalayas, the awe inspiring views of the gorges and enchanting valleys around river Bhagirathi will make you spellbound. Being amidst the apple growil:lg belt. Located at the crossroads of major Himalayan towns. Almost equidistant from Mussoorie and Rishikesh adjacent to Tehri, Chamba can boast, asthe gateway to upper Himalayas.
- Air : The nearest Airport is Jolly Grant at Dehradun. It's 20 kms. from Rishikesh and 58 kms.from Mussoorie.
- Rail :Rishikesh, at a distance of 60 kms. & Kotdwar, at a distance of 48 kms.
- Road :
National Highway no.58 links Delhi with Rishikesh. Mussoorie can be reached from Dehradun, easily. Both from Rishikesh and Mussoorie, the distance of Chamba is about 60 kms. The road is well-tarred mountains pass with sharp bends. Stunning looks of the Himalayas wi IIaccompany you all along.
- If you move beyond the crowded market place,you'll have a breathtaking view of the snowclad Himalayan peaks Thalaiya Sagar and Jonali. All of a sudden, the awe-inspiring scene of the gushing river Bhagirathi into the wide valley, will open up beforeyour eyes. Once a part of the Gorkha kingdom and later ruled by the kings of Garhwal - Chamba has many unknown jewels, still unexplored by the outer world. Neighbouring districts of Uttarkashi, Chamoli, Pauri, Rudraprayag and Tehri give this town an unequal advantage of being the entry pointtothe inner Himalayas.