Himachal Pradesh is popularly known as “Dev Bhoomi”, the land of gods and goddesses and is filled with beautiful valleys, breathtaking mountain ranges, scenic trekking routes, magical rivers along with quiet monasteries and relaxing resorts. There is so much to see in Himachal Pradesh. Himachal Pradesh has pretty much everything for everyone. Being one of the most popular tourist places in India, Himachal also has many hidden gems and unexplored places. It is a heavenly abode that none can forget once visited.
Best time of Visit
Himachal is very optimum decision to choose as it remains sovereign in all seasons. But you can avoid winter months as roads can get blocked due to heavy snowfall. Best season to enjoy snowfall is summers from March to June and October to December.
Best places to visit
Shimla and Manali Tour
Shimla and Manali Tour have introduced the best hill station in Himachal Pradesh.
Shimla, the beautiful hill city which is popularly known as the Queen of The Hills. Shimla in earlier times referred to as Simla, consistent with the residents there was a belief that on the name of Goddess Shyamla, who is meant to be an avatar of Goddess Kali, the gorgeous hill station was named as Simla, and serves as an oasis in the desert during summer days for the travelers because of the pleasant climate. Presently Shimla is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Situated in the middle of the lower ranges of the Great Himalayan mountains, it is surrounded by Himalayan deodar and forests of pine and many other species of trees.
Manali, one of the most visited tourist destination of north India, literally means the ‘abode of Manu'. The region of Manali includes the valley’s, mountains and the river views and is sacred and Hindus treat the temples over here as pilgrimage and very popular destination for honeymoon. The Nature blessed Manali with the variety of nature for example the high snow covered mountains, glaciers and evergreen rivers and the green valley with variety of orchids.
Things to do:
1. River rafting in Manali
2. Toy train ride from Kalka to Shimla
3. Trek in Spiti Valley
4. Heli Skiing in Hanuman Tibba, Rohtang Pass and Deo Tibba
5. Zorbing in Kullu and Manali
6. Paragliding in Solang Valley
7. Mountain Biking in Bilaspur
Kasol is known for its picturesque landscapes and interesting culture. This place always finds itself in traveler’s list, especially those who are looking for peace as well as adventure. The villages and beautiful sights of Parvati Valley will make your Kasol trip blissful so much so that would never want to leave this place, as it will take you closer to nature. There’s so much to absorb in the valleys of Kasol that you can’t get enough.
Dalhousie stands adorned with pine valleys and spectacular mountains in Himachal Pradesh. This pristine hill station is accompanied by colonial charm and misty mountains. Because of its proximity to the Dhauladhar mountain range, Dalhousie enjoys a pleasant weather throughout the year which attract thousands of visitors