A TRAVEL GUIDE TO HIMACHAL PRADESH: BEYOND SHIMLA

Himachal Pradesh is a paradise that can be rediscovered after a visit. It has deep, plunging valleys, and majestic mountain ranges. There are many things to do in Himachal Pradesh, including challenging trekking routes and tranquil monasteries as well as relaxing resorts and magical rivers. This guide will show you how to explore Himachal Pradesh’s charming hill stations and paragliding.

Places to See

  1. Shimla and Manali

Manali and Shimla are two of Himachal’s most loved and popular destinations. It would be foolish not to visit any of the many tourist attractions in Kullu Manali Tour Package. Many of the smaller towns and villages are close to Shimla or Manali. This makes it easy to take short trips and return to your hotel in the main cities. It is much easier to plan your travels and get tourist information from Shimla/Manali than it is in smaller towns.

2. Bilaspur

Another popular Himachal destination is Bilaspur. This small town is home to many highlights, including Bhakra Dam and Baba Nahar Singh Ji Temple. There are many hiking and trekking opportunities in this charming region. Many villages and towns can be reached easily from Bilaspur. It is worth seeing the Pir Panjal mountain range in certain areas of this town.

  1. Dalhousie and McLeodganj

It is impossible to visit Dalhousie without also visiting McLeodganj, and vice versa. Add Dharamshala and you have a package tour that will leave you with wonderful memories. Dalhousie, a quiet town in Himachal, is famous for its monasteries. McLeodganj is well-known for its Tibetan museum, Buddhist monasteries, and Dal Lake. There are many other sights you can see as well. These two attractions are not accessible from the tourist spots in Himachal so it is recommended that you visit them at minimum once during your trip.

Where to Stay

Himachal has a variety of luxury and budget hotels and resorts that you can stay in.

  1. Holiday Heights is one the most popular resorts in Manali package
  2. Kaza Hotel Deyzor
  3. Norwood Green in Palampur
  4. Hotel Mount View in McLeodganj
  5. Grand View Hotel, Dalhousie
  6. Kullu Hotel Shobla International
  7. Central Himachal’s Lost Tribe Hostels
  8. Whistling Pines Homestay, Solan

Things to Do

There are many things you can do in Himachal. Here are some of the most sought-after activities:

  1. Manali River Rafting
  2. Toy train ride from Kalka up to Shimla
  3. Trekking in the Spiti Valley
  4. Heli Skiing in Hanuman Tibba and Rohtang Pass, Deo Tibba
  5. Zorbing in Kullu & Manali
  6. Paragliding in Solang Valley
  7. Mountain Biking in Bilaspur
  8. Camping in Dalhousie
  9. Trekking in Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar
  10. Rock Climbing in Jorkanden and Rangrik Rang, Shila

Things to See

There are many tourist attractions in Himachal. Here’s a list of some of the most popular:

  1. Shimla: The Ridge and Chail, Kufri Kufri, Shali, and State Museum
  2. Manali trip: Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Manu Temple, and Bhrigu Lake
  3. Dalhousie: Satdhara Springs and Lakkarmandi. St. Andrew’s Church. Subhash Baoli.
  4. Malana village
  5. Kasol
  6. Jalori Jot
  7. Hamta

A travel guide to Himachal Pradesh. Traveller tips:

  1. To protect yourself from the sun, carry sunscreen, moisturisers, and lotions.
  2. It is a good idea to bring woolen clothes when you visit Himachal. Some areas can be very cold even in the summer. To ensure a stress-free trip, you should also bring appropriate winter boots and shoes.
  3. You should bring the right shoes, gear, and backpacks if you plan to do adventure sports or trekking.
  4. While on the road, always carry at least one bottle of water. Also, sunglasses and caps are recommended.
  5. It is important to have cell-phone chargers, camera batteries and similar items. Clicking photographs is an obvious advantage when visiting Himachal’s tourist spots.
  6. You should also bring along your ID proof and other essential documents.

Himachal’s beauty cannot be captured through mortal eyes. However, we can experience the splendor of this place and get closer to experiencing the magic of this Indian holiday spot.

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