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Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Himachal Pradesh You Must Explore Himalayas.

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Himachal Pradesh – The Land of Snow is the gateway to the Indian Himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is blessed with numerous tourist places, hill stations, ancient landmarks, and pilgrims. Serene beauty, stunning landscapes, captivating Himalayan mountains, river systems, diverse wildlife adds charm to the magnificent glory of this North Indian state.

Summer months are ideal to find respite from scorching summer heat and sightseeing. However, the winter months are perfect for those who want to enjoy the snowfall and winter sports. However, You can plan your Himachal trip all around the year.

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With so many charming tourist places, we are with the seven best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh.

  1. Shimla

  It is located at 7467 Ft amidst the snow-capped mountains. Shimla is known for its fascinating landscapes, diverse wildlife, sparkling rivers, rich flora and fauna, and colonial buildings with the essence of its British charm. Famous as the queen of hill stations, it faces a pleasant and soothing climate throughout the year. Shimla welcomes millions of tourists, be it families, friends, backpackers, couples, or adventure enthusiasts. Major tourist attractions in the town are The ridge, The mall road, the green valley, Kali Bari temple, Himachal state museum, Jakhoo hill, Christ Church, Summer hills, Kalka-Shimla railway, Himalayan bird park, and Indian Institute of Advanced studies.

2. McLeod Ganj

McLeod Ganj is among the most enticing tourist places to visit in Himachal. Home to the Tibetan 14th Dalai Lama, McLeod Ganj is a famous Buddhist town known as Little Lhasa and mini Tibet of India. Dhauladhar Himalayan mountain ranges surround the hill station at an altitude over 6,830 Ft above sea level. Several beautiful Buddhist monasteries, Tibetan settlements, unique cafes, excellent museums, and imposing waterfalls.

McLeod Ganj also attracts trekkers and adventure enthusiasts, serving as the base camp of several thrilling Himalayan treks such as Triund trek, Kareri river trek, Kangra valley trek, and Bhagsu trek. Serenity and Spirituality with a touch of adventure amidst the immense natural beauty make this hill station one of the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh.

3. Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley is an exotic tourist destination in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The valley is a snow cladded desert mountain valley located at an altitude over 12500 Ft above sea level. Owing to its name, Spiti means the middle land as the valley lies between India and Tibet.

Bordered by lofty Himalayan peaks, Spiti valley captivates tourists with its surreal charm, stunning landscapes, harsh, desolate terrains, and adventures. It is covered with numerous pine forests, lush valleys, green meadows, beautiful monasteries, historical landmarks, and quaint villages.

Major tourist attractions in the valley are Chandratal Lake, Key monastery, Kunzum Pass, Pin valley national Park, Suraj Tal, and Tabo monastery. Tourists can indulge in adventure activities like trekking, camping, river rafting, jeep safari tours, and mountain biking to feel the adrenaline rush.

4. Rohtang Pass

One of the prime tourist attractions in North India, Rohtang La Pass, is a high altitude mountain pass at 13,058 Ft above sea level. Rohtang pass is nestled amidst the fascinating Pir Panjal mountain range offering alluring views of mountain peaks, glaciers, pristine waterfalls, lush vegetation, and crystal clear rivers. Motorbike riding is a must-try activity on the pass as it is famous among bike riders over the globe. You will feel the extreme level of adrenaline rush while riding the rugged terrains of the pass.

It is located 50 Km from Manali, connecting Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti valleys. The newly constructed Atal tunnel at 10000 Ft is a must-visit attraction on the Rohtang pass.

5. Manali

Undoubtedly, Manali stands out among the most loved hill stations in Himachal Pradesh and all over India. Located on the banks of river Beas, Manali is surrounded by Pir Panjal mountains at an altitude of 6730 Ft above the sea. Boasting of rich cultural heritage, The charming hill station of Manali is known for its unparalleled natural beauty as well as adventurous activities. Manali has numerous tourist places, such as The Mall road, Hadimba Devi temple, old Manali, Manali sanctuary, Manu temple, Jogini waterfalls, Bhrigu lake, Vashist temple, and Beas river. Do not forget to buy handicrafts and souvenirs from the local shops. Trekking, paragliding, snow scooting, zorbing, river rafting, and skiing are several adventurous activities to enjoy in Manali.

6. Solang Valley

Nestled at an altitude of 8,500 Ft above sea level, Solang valley is among the most picturesque valleys in Himachal Pradesh. The valley lies between Beas Kund and Solang village at a distance of 14 Km from Manali on the way to Rohtang. You will be mesmerized by its captivating visuals of snow-clad mountains, lush greenery, and gorgeous landscapes.

Solang valley is famous as the hub of adventurous activities. It offers adventurous activities such as parachuting, paragliding, skating, skiing, zorbing, horse riding, ropeway riding, and trekking. Thousands of tourists flock to the valley throughout the year, be it adventure Junkies, nature lovers, or photographers.

7. Kasol

A perfect getaway for backpackers, Kasol is a hamlet on the banks of Parvati river at 5180 Ft.

The exotic beauty of this town will never fail to entice you with its spectacular views of snow-dusted mountain peaks, coniferous forests, and the pristine waters of the Parvati river.

The town serves as the base camp of thrilling treks such as Kheerganga trek, Sar pass trek, Chalal trek, Pin Parvati pass trek, and tosh trek. Kasol is an ideal place to relax and soak in the beauty of mother nature away from the Hustle-Bustle and Chaos. Located in the Kullu district, Kasol is famous as the mini Israel of India due to the large population of Israeli tourists and backpackers. Do not forget to taste local cuisine and authentic Israeli cuisine.

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