Himachal Pradesh is one of the destinations in India where you can find supernal definition of nature at its best. A state blessed by intense natural beauty, Himachal Pradesh is a tourist’s paradise. And Himachal tour packages are the best way to enjoy the magnificence of the landscape. The air is full of vibrancy and positivity and the mountains are constantly inviting you to try a hand at the many adventures they hold within their expanse. Trekking, river rafting, rock climbing, paragliding, rappelling and a lot more can be enjoyed in Himachal, thus giving you a chance to experience the region in a different fashion and create memories that you cherish all your life.
Besides adventure, there is also the chance to enjoy the beauty of the natural landscape in Himachal. Strolling alongside the gushing rivers, hiking through dense forests, gazing upon the endless mountains, or simply driving through the wide roads is a great way to experience all this natural beauty. Taking on all this magnificence with Himachal tour packages is a good idea because the tour package takes away the hassle from the trip and leaves you free to enjoy the holiday in peace and serenity. This leaves tourists with a wealth of wonderful places to visit and unique sights to see. A Himachal sightseeing tour is a great idea because of its comprehensive nature- you can visit places like Shimla, Kullu-Manali, Chamba, Malana, Lahaul- Spiti and a lot more with such a package.
Famous Tourists Attractions in Himachal
Whether you are visiting Shimla during the summer, monsoon, autumn, or winter… as one of the popular hill stations in India, it has got its own charm which keeps shining throughout the year. The ideal vacation time for the Indian leisurescapers as well as international travellers to mesmerize the pleasant climate is during the summer. Whereas the monsoon, when the hill station is at its best of displaying lush green scenic beauty, welcomes the crazy travellers seeking for an adventure in the leisurescape. During the peak winter season the hill station is carpeted with a thick layer of snow simply captivating the domestic travellers and pulling in thousands of skiers from all over the world. Shimla, throughout the decades, housing several colonial buildings such as the Christ Church, George Castle, and Wildflower Hall that is now a heritage hotel in Shimla; temples like the Jakhoo Temple and Tara Devi Temple; and museums, is valued as an important cultural hub in Himachal Pradesh.
One more contact with nature during the time happens in Manali, which lies at an elevation of 2,050 meters in Kullu locale. The nature here is a turf of spreading over and picturesque glades and broadly scattered backwoods of elevated trees including deodar and pine AND apple, plum, and pear plantations in the lap of snow peaked skyline. Manali, then again, is the passage to a few remote places in Himachal Pradesh and furthermore wide opens innumerable experience exercises like trekking, waterway boating, paragliding, climbing, mountain biking, skiing and mountaineering. The Beas Kund Trek, Bhrigu Lake Trek, Malana Trek and Chandra Tal Trek are a portion of the prominent trekking alternatives from Manali that can be prescribed both for beginner and experienced trekkers. The real vacation spots in and around Manali are Hidimba Devi Temple, Pandoh Dam, Bijli Mahadev, Manali Sanctuary, and the Mall. Rohtang Pass at an elevation of around 4,000 meters, which is the most noteworthy point in the locale, is without a doubt an absolute necessity visit place from Manali.
The name itself speaks to the frontier hues. Dalhousie at a height of 1,970 meters is another mainstream slope station in India in Himachal Pradesh which is outstanding for lodging a few legacy structures that goes once again from the mid nineteenth century. The St. Andrew’s Church and St. Patrick’s Church at Balun, St. Francis’ Church at Subash Chowk and St. John’s Church at Gandhi Chowk are a portion of the noticeable holy places in Dalhousie that mirrors the run of the mill European design style. Different attractions in Dalhousie are Rang Mahal, Chamunda Devi Temple, Jhandri Ghat, Shivkul ashram, and Bhuri Singh Museum. Set amidst thick woods of oak, pine and deodar in the Dhauladar go, Dalhousie is sanctuary for natural life fan and scene picture takers. The Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, which is roughly 5 kilometers from Dalhousie, marks a wonderful passage. It gives haven to different types of greenery AND likewise offers a few woodland trails including the Kalatop-Khajjiar trek.
4. Bir Billing
Go past the side road to Andretta from Palampur and you’ll achieve one of the world’s best paragliding goals at the twin towns of Bir and Billing. The 2015 Paragliding World Cup was held there, without precedent for India, in October 2015. The pinnacle paragliding season keeps running from March to May and October to November.
Charging Valley Adventures and Billing Adventures of Himachal offer paragliding, trekking, and outdoors. Different attractions are tea greenery enclosures and religious communities. Quiet Palpung Sherabling Monastery offers intermittent courses in Buddhist reflection and reasoning. Deer Park Institute offers facilities alongside seminars on Buddhist and Indian theory. Try not to miss visiting the awesome 4Tables Project bistro and workmanship display. They presently lease perfect rooms as well! Guided strolls in the region can be orchestrated.
Manikaran, the most popular pilgrim destination in Himachal Pradesh is surrounded by the Harinder Mountains and blessed with exotic natural vista. While tourists come here in winter to enjoy the scenic snowfall, pilgrims flock here to pay homage at various temples and the Gurudwara. The main attraction in Manikaran, that attracts tourists and pilgrims alike, are the holy hot water springs known to have healing properties. The climate of Manikaran is pleasant throughout the year. Some of the main Hindu temples in the place are dedicated to Lord Rama, Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna. These are important religious destinations for many visitors. The Gurudwara that is situated in the town has an association with Guru Nanak and this is the reason that many Sikhs travel to the place. There is a hot spring that is located in the Gurudwara complex and the place also provides the devotees with free food. Trekking and hiking too can be enjoyed during this time. During Winters (November to March), temperatures can dip to as low as -8°C and snowfall can be enjoyed during this time. Monsoons (July to September) are best avoided as Manikaran receives very heavy rainfall.
What could be more fascinating than taking in the view of the mighty snow capped peaks of Dhauladar range from a stone throw distance? Dharamshala at an elevation of approximately 1,500 meters and surrounded by dense pine and deodar forests is a perfect getaway for both leisure and adventurous travellers. The hill station is dotted with several architectural and cultural attractions that include the ruins of Kangra Fort and Nurpur Fort, which is approximately 66 kilometers away from Dharamshala; War Memorial that is dedicated to the Indian soldiers who lost their lives in Indo China war of 1962, Chamunda Devi Temple; Kangra Art Museum; and Library of Tibetan Works and Archives. Moreover… the international cricket stadium in the lap of the Dhauladar range is another major tourist attraction in Dharamshala. Close to Dharamshala and at the Upper Valley, Mcleodganj, the seat of Dalai Lama, is a must visit place from Dharamshala.