Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh-“The Land of The Gods”

Tourist Place Name

Himachal Pradesh


Northern Himalaya Region of India

Main Attraction

Shimla, Manali, Kullu Valley, Dharamshala, Dalhousie and Chamba

Best Time To Visit

Every year March to July


Winter Season Min 0°C to Max 05 °C and Summer Sea

About Himachal Pradesh


Himachal Pradesh, or Devbhumi (the Land of the Gods) rests in the lap of the Himalayas is a beautiful hill state. Its natural beauty is pristine and pristine. Its beauty shows different views of the snow-capped mountain ranges to the snow-fed lakes as well as the gushing rivers, from the vast high-altitude Himalayan desert to the lush forests, from the cultivated terraces to the apple orchards. Himachal Pradesh is an ideal location for tourists seeking relaxation and rejuvenation. Also, it is perfect for activities like mountaineering, trekking, fishing, Paragliding, river-rafting and skiing.


Tourist Destinations

Himachal Pradesh is one of the most famous holiday destinations of India. It is a great relief to breathe in the pure air of this hill state.

It provides excellent opportunities like immense panorama, adventure, pilgrimage and hill stations can simply woo your heart.

  1. Shimla
  2. Manali
  3. Dharmshala
  4. Dalhauji
  5. Kullu Valley


Tourist Attractions


Manali, is said to be the home of the Saptarishi (Seven Sages). Surrounded by the towering Himalayan peaks, Manali is situated in proximity to the snowline area. It is a popular honeymoon, destination the hub of the orchard industry as well as a trail head for many treks.


Declared as the Summer capital of India during the British rule, Shimla or Simla is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Located in Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is a serene hill station. This is one place, one can never forget in his lifetime. Deriving its name from Shyamla, the Goddess, who is said to be a Goddess Kali’s avatar.


Chamba, a small town of Himachal is the home of many temples, including the Laxmi Narayana Temple, built in Shikhara style. Chaugan, is the center for all activities of Chamba. The Akhand Chandi Palace is a must-visit tourist attraction, which reflects the royalty of Raja Umed Singh. The yearly Minjar Mela, held at Chaugan, attracts many tourists.


Dharamshala can be called as a small Buddhist locality. It is filled with conifer and oak trees and is surrounded by gigantic snow-capped mountains from three sides. It is a hill resort where one sees the real shades of mother nature. The tourist spots include MCleodganj, Bhagsunath, Tibetan Medical & Astrological Institute, Kunal Pathri, St. John's Church and the War Memorial.

Kullu Valley

Kullu Valley, situated on the banks of the Beas, Kullu serves as the starting point for various treks. It is the core of the web of many valleys – where every valley is a visual delight and each seems more serene than the other. Whether under the brilliant sunshine or in the  beautiful haze of the mist, Kullu valley is a panoramic blessing.

How to Reach

How to reach Himachal Pradesh

  1. By Rail Kalka (90 km away) is the nearest railway station. There is a narrow-gauge railway track which connects Kalka with Shimla. Also, there are a no. of other railway tracks which pass through the important destinations of this state.
  2. By Air -.The airport is at Kullu from where Jagson Airlines serve flights between Kullu and Delhi.
  3. By Road One can go to Himachal via Chandigarh, which is about 117 km away, 220 km from Kullu, 260 km from Manali-, 343 km from Delhi and 240 km from Dehradun. One can opt for the cab and bus services to reach Himachal Pradesh.

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