One of the famous tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh, Chamba is a town in the Chamba district, famous for its handicrafts, textiles, arts & crafts, and Pahari paintings, situated on the banks of the Ravi River, at its confluence with the Sal River.
With numerous temples and palaces, The town also hosts two popular fairs, including the Suhi Mata Mela and the Minjar Mela.
It is bordered by Jammu and Kashmir to the north-west and west, the Ladakh, Lahaul, and Bara Banghal to the north-east and east, Kangra to the south-east, and Pathankot to the south.
An important center for the making of traditional handicrafts, the town has numerous small workshops managed by the artisans.
Chamunda Devi Temple, Champavati Temple, Chamera Lake, Bhuri Singh Museum, Manimahesh Lake, and Lakshmi Narayan Temple are some of the most prominent tourist attractions in Chamba, Himachal Pradesh.