Naldehra, nestled between the beautiful lofty ranges of the Himalayas, is a hill resort near Shimla that remained unnoticed till the beginning of this century when the then British viceroy, Lord Curzon, discovered it. The place got its name from the Nag temple (or Dehra of the god Nag) which lies bang in the centre of the course. The golf course is one of the most gorgeous stretches of land in Naldehra.
Air: Jubarhatti Airport in Shimla is the nearest airport. Airport is located at a distance of 53 km from Naldehra and taxi costs about Rs 1200 from airport to Naldehra city. Shimla is connected to Delhi, Chandigarh, Srinagar and Mumbai by regular flights. Delhi is the major international airport providing the connection to Shimla.
Rail: Nearest railhead is Kalka station, which is 118 km away from Naldehra, and Kalka is well connected by rail with other major cities in India. Taxi fare from Kalka to Naldehra is about Rs 2000.
Road: Bus services are available from Naldehra to many nearby cities, including Shimla (30 km) and Mashobra (22 km).
Not too much to shop for in Naldehra. If you are here during festival time, hand woven shawls, caps and local handicrafts will be available in plenty.