Himachal is best known for hill station, nature, adventure and honeymoon holidays. And the best can be enjoyed only by exploring its main cities like Shimla and Manali. You will experience the best Himachal tourism by discovering the scenic beauty, picturesque landscapes, and lots of adventure activities.
Let’s see some of the must-explore places to visit in Himachal:
The Natural beauty of Shimla
Endowed with splendid natural beauty known as the Queen of Mountain Stations, Shimla is one of the most sought-after mountain resorts in northern India. It is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Nestled among the green pine hills of the majestic Himalayas, the beautiful hill town of Shimla offers glimpses of colonial charm with some colonial houses, old buildings and the shopping centre. The city is known for its gorgeousness, densely wooded slopes, fresh air, cool and pleasant weather, picturesque landscapes and ancient charm. When you are going to travel around this city, you will come across many fascinating things that will never fail to attract. Not only this, Shimla offers comfortable stay options in the Himachal with deluxe amenities.
Sightseeing in Manali
Manali is another trendy tourist destination in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is a large centre of tourist attractions along with a bit of adventure and sightseeing. The stunning land Himachal greet the visitors with the great Himalayas, calm atmosphere, striking views and delight. It is the land where fruit trees laden with apple orchards scattered pleasant aroma for the climate. In fact, a visit to Manali will certainly give you a unique and joyful experience to enjoy life.
Worth Visiting in Manali visits such as Manu Temple, Tibetan Buddhist Temples, Hadimba Devi Temple, Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa, Himalaya Nyingamapa Gompa, Arjuna Gufa, Mountaineering Institute, Vashisth Village & Temples, Hot Springs, etc. Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass are famous adventure destinations of this city.
Adventure sports in Himachal
Himachal tour packages offer the opportunity to enjoy some exciting activities and adventurous sports. Adventure delights include mountaineering, hiking, trekking, skating, horse riding, paragliding, camping, skiing, heli-skiing, mountain biking, river rafting, river cruising, mountaineering, mountain biking, fishing etc.
Built along the banks of the Beas River, the beautiful town Mandi has long been an important commercial centre, and the wise Mandva is said to have meditated here.
Mandi is famous for its 81 stone temples, and its enormous range of exquisite carvings often called the “Varanasi of the Hills”. The city has remains of ancient palaces and notable examples of “colonial” architecture. The temples of Trilokinath, Bhutnath, Shyamakali and Panchvaktra are among the most famous. The Shivratri International Week just in Mandi is the main attraction of the area every year.
The Kangra Valley
The Kangra Valley is one of the most picturesque valleys of the lower Himalayas. The valley, sheltered from the sublime Dhauladhar range, is green and lush. Himachal tourism offers a tremendous contrast like the places to be visited. The religious place is full of Buddhist air while ancient Hindu temples like Bajreshwari Devi, Devi Chamunda, BaijnathShiv Devi temple and Jwala Ji point of the field.