of Gods, Himachal Pradesh is entirely mountainous with
altitude ranging from 460mtr. to 6600meters. It presents a vivid
picture of lush green grassy meadows, excitable rocky ravines, rich
temperate flora in sub tropical latitudes and attractive fauna. The
snow clad mountain peaks rising majestically in all their grandeur
are breathtaking and elevating. For all reasons and all season
Himachal Pradesh is worth to visit.
popular must visiting places in Himachal Pradesh are:-
Shimla was the summer capital of British empire in 1864.Its
salubrious climate, easy accessibility by Rail, Road and Air,
comfortable hotels makes it one of the most sought after hill resort
in North India. Various tourist spots can be visited around Shimla
such as : Kufri, Advance Study, Sankat Mochan Temple, Taradevi
Temple, Jakhoo Temple, Lakkar Bazar, Kaali bari Temple, Naldehra,
Mashobra, Tattapani, Fagu.
2.)Dharamshala:- Dharamshala is the
district headquarter of Kangra, which rises upto 1700mtr. in
Mcleodganj. This is where His Holiness Dalai Lama resides. It is
also known as little Lahasa. It offers magnificent view of
3.)Chamba - Dalhousie:- Chamba
offers a variety of scenic beauty to the tourist. It touches the
fringe of the Shivaliks and three well defined snowy ranges,
the Dhauladhar constituting the outer Himalayas, the Pir
Panjal or the mid Himalayas and the Zanskar range or the inner
Himalayas. One can enjoy the picturesque beauty of Dalhousie,
Khazziar while their stay at Chamba.
4.)Manali:- It is a prime
holiday destination today just 40 kms. from Kullu. High mountains
covered by snow, tall Deodar Trees, rippling water of Beas river,
cool breeze, fruit laden orchards and so on. Most of the spots
around are easily accessible by road. Nearest airport is just 50kms.
i.e. Bhuntar. Manali is also the paradise for adventure sports
lovers. It has various trekking routes which attracts Indian as well
as International Tourist.
5.)Kinnaur:-It is app.170kms.
from Shimla which has got various tourist spots of interest, such
as- Sangla Valley, Chitkul, Sarhan etc.