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Himachal is a place of immense beauty and charm, with clear and serene lakes, high mountains, ancient temples and happy people as innocent as nature itself. Home to the best tourist destinations such as Kullu, Manali, Chamba and Shimla, Himachal is an earthly paradise that invites tourists to attack all year round. The natural beauty of Himachal and the hills and valleys add peace to your vacation while the pilgrimages make it serene and divine.Himachal Pradesh borders on the north with Jammu and Kashmir, the west with Punjab, the south with Uttar Pradesh and the east with Uttaranchal. The Himachal Pradesh is known as the State of the Apples due to the massive production of apples. The state is renowned for its environmentally friendly, picturesque natural scenery, colorful culture, adventure sports, warm and welcoming people and a variety of fairs, festivals and celebrations throughout the year.

Tourist Places in Himachal



Manali is one of the most popular mountain resorts in the country, located between the snow – capped slopes of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges. With breathtaking views, lush green forests, sprawling meadows carpeted with flowers, gushing blue streams, a perpetual fairy tale like mist lingering in the air and a persistent fragrance of pine trees and freshness, Manali has been blessed with exceptional scenic beauty. From museums to temples, from picturesque hippie villages to busy streets, river adventures to hiking trails, Manali has always been the tourist magnet all year round.Clean roads, swimming eucalyptus trees, adorable little restaurants, small kitschy places on the local market and cafes serving delicious local food at unbelievable prices, Old Manali is a serene, tranquil place whose silence is only broken by the twittering of the birds and the sound of the roaring waters of the Kullu River.


Shimla is one of the most eminent tourist destinations in the country at a height of 2200 m. Set in beautiful hills and mystic forests, Shimla is one of India’s most esthetically designed cities. The former summer capital of British India, the fascinating natural beauty of this town and the atmosphere are bound to overwhelm every tourist. This town has colonial – style buildings next to the historic temples, and the amalgamation of the worlds is spellbound for all visitors to this region. In this city you have to visit the Mall Road, The Ridge, Advanced Studies Institute and the Jakhu Temple. Shimla also serves as a base for other nearby sites such as Chail, Kufri, Naldehra, Mashobra, Tattapani and Narkanda. Shimla, probably the most popular mountain resort in northern India, is Himachal Pradesh ‘s capital. Renowned for its Mall Road, the Ridge, toy train and colonial architecture, Shimla is famous for honeymooners and families.


The small town of Dalhousie, hidden in the lap of Himachal Pradesh, is a paradise for all travelers. It boasts ancient charm, fascinating natural landscape, pine – clad valleys, flower – covered meadows, fast flowing rivers, beautiful mountains and some of the world’s most spectacular views. The air smells and atmosphere of Scottish and Victorian architecture remind you of the pristine British flavours. Dalhousie, one of the favorites of most tourists traveling to Himanchal Pradesh, is famous for its natural beauty and the charm of its ancient world. This mountain station was one of the most popular summer destinations of the British, and this is reflected in the majestic Victorian villas in this region. Situated far from the buzzing cities in the country, this quaint town transports you to a pollution-free environment in the lap of nature. Dalhousie is known for its scenic beauty has a number mountains and river streams that tourists must visit. Among them the most famous are Panch Pulla, Satdhara Falls and the Daikund peak.

Spiti Valley

Long winding roads and picturesque valleys offering a glimpse of cold deserts and snow-crowned mountains, intermittent greenery and picturesque villages. Bordered by the Himalayas on all sides, Spiti Valley, located in Himachal Pradesh, is 12,500 feet above sea level and has about 250 days of sunshine a year, making it one of the coldest places in the country. With Spiti cutting thick Himalayan snow from the rest of the country for about 6 months a year, the summer months are the only time that Spiti can be reached directly via the motorway.

The term Spiti means ‘ the Middle Land’ and the place is well named because Spiti Valley separates India from Tibet. Spiti is a paradise for adventure lovers with the famous Spiti Trek, which attracts thousands of adventure enthusiasts each year. In Spiti there are many hiking trails to choose from.
Spiti Valley


Dharamsala is famous as the Dalai Lama ‘s holy residence and houses the Tibetan monk in exile. Dharamsala is located in the district of Kangra, 18 km from the city of Kangra. The town is separated distinctly from the upper and lower divisions at different altitudes. The lower division is the town of Dharamsala itself, while the upper division is commonly referred to as Mcleodgan. This is located in the upper hilly stretch of the Kangra Valley, just opposite the picturesque scene of the Dhauladhar region. Dharamsala is considered a Tibetan hub and one of the best places for learning and exploring Buddhism and Tibetan culture.


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