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Welcome to Himachal

All you need to know before planning a refreshing holiday in this paradise land
Up in the north of India, a state called Himachal Pradesh is a haven for those looking for a thrilling dose of adventure, a romantic holiday, and just plain relaxation.

Himachal Pradesh is blessed with heavy downpours of rain and snow every year, and is a perfect mix of spring and fall. There are plenty of tourist places in Himachal Pradesh to explore. If in the mood to explore on one’s own, taking along a Himachal Pradesh tourism map is a good idea. For those looking to lie back and enjoy, the well-planned Himachal Pradesh tour packages are a better option.

Manali in Himachal, known as the honeymoon capital of India is flocked by many newlyweds throughout the year. Himachal has a number of districts such as the capital city of Shimla, Dalai Lama’s home Dharamsala, the infamous Kasol, picturesque Manali, and the Britishers’ holiday spot Dalhousie, among many others, that are definitely worth a visit.

Tourists from all across the world and from within India visits Himachal to witness the absolute beauty that it offers. The landscapes in Himachal and other places of exploration and discovery make it a desirable location for holidaying. The joyous, as well as the calm ambiance that the hills offer, is the reason why Himachal tourism is gaining popularity.

The best season to visit Himachal Pradesh would be from March to June, September to December. During these months, the weather is just perfect for you to indulge in all the activities that Himachal Pradesh has to provide.

Since there is a lot to explore in this paradise land, we have carefully crafted this Himachal tourism guide to make sure you get to experience the best of the destination and don’t miss out on the highlights of this destination. So go on and craft a perfect holiday experience by going through all the details mentioned in this detailed guide to Himachal that are necessary to plan a perfect holiday to Himachal.


1. Shimla

Shimla is one of the most popular hill stations in India. The ideal vacation time for the Indian leisurescapers as well as international travelers to mesmerize the pleasant climate is during the summer. When the hill station is at its best with lush green scenic beauty and it, welcome the crazy travelers seeking for an adventure in the leisureliness.

During the peak winter season the hill station is carpeted with a thick layer of snow simply captivation the domestic travelers and pulling in thousands of skiers from all over the world. From the list of exploring the nature one must visit shimla sightseeing places such as the chadwick waterfalls & Daranghati sanctuary. Shimla, throughout the decades, housing several colonical Shimla, Temples like Jakhoo temple & Tara Devi temple, and Museums, is valued as an important cultural hub in Himachal Pardesh.

The mall Road, collection with several shops of traditional crafts & dresses, hotel & Restaurants is one of the busiest places in Shimla throughout the day.

2. Manali

The Manali nature is a turf of spanning & scenic meadow & widely dispersed forest of alpine trees including deodar and pine & apple, plum, & pear orchards in the part of snow crested horizon. Manali, on the other hand, is the gateway to several remote places in Himachal Pradesh and also open countless adventure activities like mountain trekking, white water river rafting, paragliding, mountain biking, skiing and mountaineering.

The Beas Kund Trek, Bhrigu Lake Trek, Malana Trek and Chandra Tal Trek are most common trekking options from Manali that can be recommended both for amateur and experienced trekkers.

The Major Tourist attractions in and around Manali are Rohtang Pass, Gulaba, Solang Valley, Hidimba Devi Temple, the mall road, etc.

3. Kullu

Kullu is also one of the popular hill stations in the state of Himachal Pradesh that has been a popular destination for adventure tour enthusiast for trekking, skiing, snow-trekking. Kullu is one of the major hill stations in the state where people come all round the year, especially in the months of October and November (at the time of Dussehra).

The main attraction is here trekking points and places for various adventure sports. In addition to this, the Kullu Sightseeing areas of the hill station are also popular for wildlife sanctuaries. Where wildlife lovers come from all parts of the world.

4. Kufri

Kufri is a famous hill station in Himachal Pradesh well known for its ski slopes. Place gives panoramic view of the mountains, dense forest and deep valleys. The Himalayan Nature Park is one of the major tourist Places in Kufri. This Park offers numerous endangered birds. Animals such as goral, serow, musk deer, leopard, and black bears and so on. The Mahasu Ridge avails good slopes for skiing.

5. Dharmshala

The Northern Indian State – Himachal Pradesh is filled with hill stations that are globally famous. It develops a unique image of Himachal Tourism on the global tourism map. Dharamshala tourism is also one of them.

Dharamshala Sightseeing is sure to keep tourists, especially honeymooners, nature tour lovers and adventure tour enthusiasts spell bound. Surrounded by lush greenery, cool climate, deep dense forest ranges snow-capped mountain ranges, monasteries, and crystal clear water.

Sources like springs, fountains, rivers and lakes, Dharamshala tourism brings new energy, new hopes and pleasing experience to your life.

Interesting facts about Himachal Pradesh
  • Shimla is home to South Asia’s only natural ice skating rink.
  • Malana in Himachal Pradesh, is considered as the oldest democracy in the world. Since the inception of their judiciary system, there have been hardly any changes.
  • In Himachal, there is a famous train route between Kalka and Shimla. The route is reorganized as a world heritage site and is recognized as the “most authentic mountain railways in the world” by the UNESCO. The railway route crosses 864 bridges, 102 long tunnels and across 20 stations.
  • The cricket stadium in Chail is reorganized as the highest cricket ground in the world. The cricket ground was built by the Maharaja of Patiala, Bhupinder Singh in 1893. The ground is located at an altitude of 2,444 m above sea level.

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