A sequence of valleys and snow-covered peaks make up the mountainous scenery of Himachal Pradesh, on the foothills of the Himalayas. It is deservingly preferred for adventure enthusiasts but still offers those who enjoy crisp mountain air a soothing escape. See these high places to visit in Himachal Pradesh. From pottery to paragliding, there you can find everything!
Here is the list of the top 10 places to visit in Himachal Pradesh
Kufri is a holiday destination in the district of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, and most specifically for couples as it is close to Shimla and comparatively higher altitudes, making it a snowy location all winter long.
Best Time to Travel: April through June and December through February
2. Solang Valley
For a vacation in Manali, Rohtang and Solang Valley are two popular destinations on the road. Solang Valley is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh, 14 kilometers north-west of Manali’s main city.
Best Time to Travel: December to February
Kinnaur sits on the Indo-Tibetan border, one of the twelve districts of Himachal Pradesh. The snow-crafted Dhauladar range, the last village at the Indo-Tibetan borders of Chitkul, with the sandy Satluj, Baspas, and Spiti rivers flowing over it, is situated 235 km from Shimla and Kinnaur is the site of views from Zanskar Valley.
Best Time to Travel: May to June
In Kangra, the town of Dharamshala has situated 18 km from the town of Kangra. As upper and lower division at varying altitudes, Dharamsala is divided. Dharamsala itself is the lower division. Whereas, 3 km from the Upper Division, known as Mcleodganj, is situated. For bus links and the vibrant market, Dharamsala is visited prominently.
Best Time to Travel: March to mid-July
Manali is one of the most popular hill stations in the world, nestled between the snow-capped slopes of Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar Ranges. With stunning views of the hills, thick green woods and vast flooding meadows, bubbling blue waves, an eternal fairytale-like mist in the air, and an irresistible scent of pine trees, Manali was blessed with outstanding scenic beauty.
Best Time to Travel: October to February
Mcleodganj is a popular mountain resort in the vicinity of Dharamshala. The Mcleodganj culture is a lovely Tibetan mix with certain British influence. Situated on the district of Kangra.
Mcleod Ganj is a beautiful city near Upper Dharamsala, also known as Little Lhasa, and popular all over the world for being home to the Tibetan spiritual leader, Dalai Lama.
Best Time to Travel: March to June
Dalhousie’s little tinsel town is a heaven in the Himachal Pradesh circle. It is charmed by ancient earth, beautiful natural forests, pine-covered hills, flower-covered meadows, rushing rivers, and spectacular, sparkling mountains. During this Indian colonial period, this hill station was one of the British summer destinations.
Best Time to Travel: March to May
Shimla is the capital of Indian Himachal Pradesh and a famous Indian hill station. Located 2200 meters above sea level, Shimla was British India’s summer capital. Shimla maintains its charm of the Old World with its majestic colonial architecture, its Mall Lane, and the ridge lined with stores, cafes, and restaurants.
Best Time to Travel: March to June
9. Bir Billing
Bir is a tiny town situated in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Bir Billing is a popular destination in the valley of Joginder Nagar and it is renowned as a city of meditation for adventure sports, including paragliding.
Best Time to Travel: October to June
Chamba Situated in Himachal Pradesh district, Chamba is a Himalayan city. Known for the old temples, caves, and houses that are strongly re-evident in Indian culture, Chamba is best known for the beautiful panoramas in the background of this picture-postcard town of Pir Panjal, Zanskar, and Dhauladhar.
Best Time to Travel: April to June
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