Popularly known as “Dev Bhoomi”, the land of gods and goddesses. Himachal Pradesh is filled with beautiful valleys, breathtaking mountain ranges, scenic hiking trails, mystical rivers and peaceful monasteries. There is so much to so plan your activities before you visit this heavenly abode that no one can forget
Himachal Pradesh has pretty much everything for everyone. Being one of the most popular tourist places in India, Himachal also has many hidden gems and unexplored places.
Anytime is best time to visit Himachal; the weather stays pleasant all year long, except some places, which face extreme conditions, especially during the monsoons.
Once you’ve decided when to travel to Himachal, do research on how to get around the place. That totally depends upon the mode of transport you choose.
If you’re travelling by air, the nearest airports are Chandigarh and New Delhi from where you can either take a bus or book cab transfers to Shimla or Manali. If you have more time to spare, you can choose to travel by train or by roads (the highways of India tend to become more scenic as you head up north).
The two most popular destinations of Himachal; Shimla and Manali have come a long way. From being quite, peaceful and serene; these two towns have attracted more people and tourists over the years. And rightly so, as most number of tourist attractions are located near Shimla and Manali, it becomes convenient to take a short one-day excursion in and around your preferred accommodations.
Dharamshala is one of those places that provides a perfect blend of peace and spirituality fulfilling trip. Colorful Tibetan flags, rolling prayer wheels, melodious sounds of chirping birds and ringing bells contribute to the rustic charm of this destination which is attracting a plethora of travellers from all over the world.
Yet another hill station in Himachal Pradesh that offers travellers the perfect detox and tranquil atmosphere. Ideal for families and honeymooners, we strongly recommend you to explore the plunging pine-clad valleys and gorgeous mountain scenery.
Kasol is also an ideal place for trekking and hiking as you can find plenty of trails along the Parvati river. You can trek to where you can experience misty mornings, tall trees, and untouched hills. Also, don’t forget to visit the Psychedelic party village of Chalaal to experience the pulsating culture of the region before ending your trek at Kheerganga under the blanket of stars.