» Kasauli was once a confined small town in an area of approx 4 square km, but now main Kasauli has a locus of more than 25 km from its centre, which is the main bus stand of Kasauli.
» There is no fuel station in Kasauli, nearest one lies 12 kilometers away, so one must come to Kasauli with at least half tank full of fuel.
» Initially hotels of Kasauli were the ones which were within a kilometer reach max, of either upper or lower mall road of Kasauli, but today the main hotels of Kasauli are considered to be primarily out of the cantonment area of Kasauli, and nowhere near to the mall road.
» The present tourist visiting Kasauli is educated and aware too that any hotel inside the cantonment limits of Kasauli wont be a god one due to several reasons such as poor maintenance, no parking options, scarcity of water, aggressive attitude of the hoteliers, inflated rates and so on.
» The above are the very primary reasons that the tourists visiting Kasauli opt for staying in a good hotel outside the cantonment area and spend five to ten minutes traveling to Kasauli, rather than to stay near the mall road or in Kasauli cantonment area and spend the rest of their holidays in regret.
» Kasauli India has a datum height (6360 ft.) which is 40 feet more than Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Fact : Shimla has been always considered to be at a more height than Kasauli, which is not correct.
» Kasauli, to surprise has maintained its flora and fauna, the desi deer 'Ghoral' and Jackals are still very common here in the Kasauli jungles.
» Heavy duty vehicle like Safari, Scorpio, Jeep etc. is recommended.
» If going for a trek, keep along a water bottle, a towel, a haversack, first aid and a sharp edged tool.
» Go for a trek only after confirming from good local sources, if the chosen trek is safe.
» Don't make a bonfire in jungle area unless confirmed by locals and/or permission taken from SSO office or Cantonment Board, Kasauli.
» Dispensaries are available, but one must carry own basic first aid.
» Sun-screen lotion is recommended if coming in summers, and long time is expected to be spent out in sun.
» Route: Delhi - Karnal - Ambala - Zirakpur - Chandigarh Panchkula (by-pass)- Pinjore Kalka (by-pass) - Timber Trail - Dharampur - Garkhal - Kasauli.
» Nearest Railhead: Kalka (35 km), Dharampur (12km)
» Nearest Airport: Chandigarh (65 km) and Shimla (73 km).
Jagson Airlines flies daily Delhi-Shimla. Indian Airlines and Jet Airways daily Delhi-Chandigarh.
» Taxis & Luxury Buses: Available from Delhi, Chandigarh, Kalka and Shimla.