Chamba town is not very big so walking around the town is the best option. There are temples all around town and up on the hill-locks. The Chowgan is the most important part of the town with lush green grass.
Laxmi Narayan Temple. The main temple of Chamba. This temple was built in the 10th century by Sahil Verman in Shikara style. It continued to be embellished by the Rajas who succeeded to the throne of Chamba.edit
Champavati Temple, (Behind the Treasury building and city police station.). The temple of goddess Champavati is shikhara style. This temple is after the name of Champavati, daughter of King Sahil Verman who built this temple in her memory. It is said that Champavati influenced her father to set-up the Chamba city, at the present location. This temple is constructed in Shikara style, with wheel roof and stone curving. This temple is almost equivalent to the size of Laxmi Narayan Temple.edit
Vijeshwari Temple, (At the end of Jansali Bazar). Almost 1000 year old and dedicated to Goddess of lightning, Vajreshwar Devi. Architecture of the temple is in Shikhara style.edit
Chamunda Devi Temple. This temple is dedicated to the goddess Chamunda in her terrific form. This temple is of a later class and is made in hill type architecture.edit
Hari Rai Temple, (Near Chaugan gate). Vishnu templeedit
Bansi Gopal Temple, (In the vicinity of Chamba palace). Shikhara style.edit
Akhand Chandi Palace. The Palace of the Raja of Chamba, Sahil Verman. It has been turned into the Government College.edit
Kalatop Khajjiar Wildlife Sanctuary. This sanctuary is one of the most beautiful sanctuaries in Himachal Pradesh. This sanctuary is a perfect place for the photographers, who love to do natural photography.edit
Bhuri Singh Museum. W-M 10AM-5PM. Has some antique items at display. Rs. 20. edit
Rang Mahal. Also houses a small post office, has a hosiery where hosiery items along with Chamba Rumal, which has an image of a finely embroidered miniature painting on it, can be bought.edit
Trekking:there is very good trekking in the Pir Pinjal mountains to the north and east of the town. The area is very little visited by tourists, but offers a range of routes from fairly easy low altitude ones to challenging routes over high passes. Manimahesh Travels by the Laxminarian Temple complex can arrange treks with good guides and reliable porters. The Monda Jot Pass trek is a seven day route crossing a dramatic 4250m pass. An extra day can be added on to visit the popular local pilgrimage site of Kundi Lake. Best completed between May and early October.
Orchard Huts (village homestay option 15k outside Chamba) has a trekking hut at 2200m with fabulous views of the Pir Pinjal. Several short trekking routes are availlable from there including beautiful walks through cedar forests and up to Gujar villages.
Jeep safaris to the little visited Pangi valley can also be arranged from Chamba. Ask local travel agents.