7 Best Places to Visit in Himachal Pradesh During Your Trip

 


Himachal Pradesh is one of the top choices for travelers from India in search of an ideal holiday destination particularly in summer. It is known as the region of valleys and hills the state is famous for its wine and apple orchards, seven-day Dussehra with Kullu, Shigri Glacier, mountains as well as pine trees breath-taking views, and lush forests.
With an elevation of 1526 to 23000 feet, Himachal Pradesh is one of the top places to go for avid nature and people who love adventure, history enthusiasts’ honeymooners, and those who wish to embark on spiritual quest. But, at times, when planning your perfect trip with your family and friends picking the best location is difficult. That's why this is our attempt to aid you in selecting the ideal holiday destination within Himachal Pradesh from our top 7 choices.

1. Kullu Manali: 
Located on a cliff at 4,193 feet Kullu is often referred to as the god's land due to the fact that nature has healing powers which can ease the anxiety and stress you experienced while living within the urban environment. Travelers who are on Himachal tours should consider visiting places such as Bijali Mahadev Temple Himalayan National Park, Naggar If you're seeking to experience something new, you can also go on a raft here.
Manali is further away from Kullu and has an altitude of 6725ft. In Manali it is possible to visit sites such as Hadimba Temple, Solang valley, Jogani waterfalls, Manali Gompa should be part of your Himachal tour packages.

2. Shimla
Shimla is also known as Simla by locals, it is among the most sought-after destinations for couples on their honeymoon. Shimla is located at an altitude of 2276m. As part of its Himachal travel packages tourists are able to add the most stunning experiences such as exploring Shimla state museum, Shimla State Museum, Mall Road Ridge, Jakhoo Hill and Temple, Kufri, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex, Lakka Bazaar, Shaily Peak, Manjathal Sanctuary, etc. As well as places like Green Valley, Chail, Kiala Forest are in close proximity to Shimla. It is possible to visit these places for a short trip.

3. Dharamshala 
Dharamshala situated on a hill at 4,780 feet. Dharamsala is an urban area situated in Himachal Pradesh surrounded by forests. The area is divided in two halves i.e. Kotwali Bazaar in the upper Dharamsala. This Kotwali Bazaar is full of massive pines, cedars and the typical Himalayan forests surrounding Mcleodganj Township. Mcleodganj.
When visiting Dharamshala there are many sights such as Tsuglagkhang Complex Namgyal Monastery it is one of the most frequented Tibetan Temple, Kareri Dal Lake is a perfect spot to take in the beauty of nature while on your travels, Bhagsunag Waterfalls and Temple, Gyuto Monastery that was built to honor soldiers, and was constructed to honor their memory. It is included in packages for Himachal trip packages.

4. Kasauli 
Kasauli located at an altitude of 5905 ft. Kasauli is an alpine mountain smothered with dense forests, snow and is used as a place of peace for the army. Kasauli is also renowned due to its climate, which is the reason it is a popular destination for visitors throughout the entire year.
While in Kasauli for vacation travelers , they should include spots like Kasauli mall , the Monkey point sunset point and the timber trail. and the Gurka fort Gilbert trails to take in the beauty of wildlife feeding in the natural surroundings, Kasauli brewery is the perfect spot if you want to have an alcoholic drink or two, and so on. within your Himachal tours.

5. Malana 
Malana situated at an elevation of 8,700 feet. Malana is located on a narrow plateau, an isolated and wild region that is connected to it to the Parvati River in Kullu. It is an old village in Himachal Pradesh and has many secrets that have been preserved by the villages over many centuries and even.
While in Malana there are a number of locations that are included within packages for Himachal tour packages, such as Chanderkheni Pass and Trek Jamadagni Temple, Deo Tibba, Manikaran, Great Himalayan National Park and the Parvati Valley Sar Lake and Pass and Pass, among others. Malana is also known for its beautiful villagers. the villagers believe they are descendants of the great Alexander. Every year on the 15th of August Malana holds a celebration called Malana Fagli. They take part in celebrations in honour of God Jamlu.

6. Dalhousie 
Nestling between 6500- and 6500-feet Dalhousie Himachal Pradesh's is one of the world's most popular hill stations. It is surrounded by mountains covered in snow. the hill station is named after the British governor-general of India Lord Dalhousie. People visiting here can look at including places like Khajjiar, Satdhara Falls, Panchpula, Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Dainkund Peak, Bakrota Hills, Subhash Baoli, Chamba, Ganji Pahari, etc. In the Himachal tours packages.

7. Kasol 
Kasol located on a ridge of almost 5200 feet. Kasol is an incredibly small village located in the Kullu district which is situated next to the river Parvati. The most fascinating thing about Kasol is the fact that it was once an area for buses, however the village was renowned for its gorgeous scenery, and the food at Kasol is inspired by Israeli food and is a paradise for hippies. If you are visiting Kasol as part of part of your Himachal tour package, you could include visiting places such as Chalal or an excursion to Tosh, the Pin Parvati Pass, Tosh, Rasol, Manikaran, Bhuntar, Pulga Village, etc.

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