Himachal Pradesh is a diverse land when it comes to the types of tourists visiting the snow-covered northern states. Surrounded by Himalayan orbits, Himachal Pradesh is blessed with some exquisite sights. More than thousands of travellers, explorers and tourists choose Himachal as their getaway spot. Tucked away from the digital life of the metropolitan cities, Himachal brings the beauty of mountains to your life celebrating the beauty of nature.
However, here are some places where you can plan your summer holidays amidst the mountains.
The hill station is blessed with scenic beauty and abundantly blessed with elegance. Surrounded by pine, deodar, and oak forests. Its well-developed facilities, easy accessibility and numerous attractions make it one of the prime attractions of Himachal Pradesh. Some of the best locations to visit in Shimla include Kali Bari Temple, Annandale, Vice Regal Lodge, Jakhu Temple / Jakhu Hill, The Mall, Tara Devi Temple, Christ Church, and Kalka – Shimla Railway.
Aside from being the ideal summer vacation, it is also an excellent location for adventure sports.
It is one of the most shoutout places in Himachal Pradesh that attracts more than thousands of tourists every month. Manali is a stunningly picturesque hill resort in Himachal Pradesh’s Himalayas, near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. Kullu Manali is one of India’s most popular hill stations, as well as one of Himachal Pradesh’s most popular tourist destinations.
Kullu is a broad open valley formed by the Beas River between Manali and Larji. This valley is famous for its temples, beauty and its majestic hills covered with Pine and Deodar Forest and sprawling Apple Orchards. Kullu was earlier known as Kulant pith meaning ‘the ending point of the inhabitable world’. Kullu is also well-known for its adventure sports. Manikaran, Manali, Malana, Bijli Mahadev, Bhekhli, Bajaura, Kasol, Kheer Ganga, Kulant Pith, Katrain, Kangra, and the Great Himalayan National Park are all popular tourist destinations in Kullu.
Dalhousie is situated on the western side of the Himalayan Dhauladhar mountain range, surrounded by snow-capped peaks. It was named after Lord Dalhousie, the Viceroy of India at the time, who founded the town in 1854 as a summer retreat.
Katalagh, Potreyn, Bakrota, Terah, and Bhangora are the five hills that makeup Dalhousie’s stunning and attractive landscape.
The town’s homes and churches are dominated by Scottish and Victorian design.
It’s one of the top summer vacation spots.
Considered as a twin city of Dharamshala, McLeodGanj is one of the popular places to visit in Himachal Pradesh. Tibetan institutions, Buddhist monasteries, culture, art, and crafts are all represented.
The top locations to visit in Mcleodganj are Dharamkot, Bhagsu, Triund, Dal Lake, Gaggal, Lower Dharamshala, Namgyal Monastery, Tsuglagkhang, and Tsechokling Gompa. It is also a major retail hub known for Tibetan handicrafts, carpets, clothes, wooden masks, paper drawings, beads, ornaments, and other souvenirs.