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Himachal Tourist Destinations




Tourist Destination Himachal Pradesh in India is the land of eternal snow peaks abounds in exotic valleys, glorious green hill-slopes, snowcapped mountains, gushing streams and the hills of Himalayas welcome the tourists from all over the world. In this mountain wonderland, the pace of life is measured and tranquil.

Himachal Pradesh, a beautiful state in North India is full of hill stations, pilgrimages, adventure sports, honeymoon destinations and wildlife that attracts a wide range of tourist traffic. Today Himachal is the most important and popular tourist destinations in India.

It offers excellent adventure sports. Main tourist destinations in himachal are capital city and popular hill station Shimla, honeymoon destination Kullu Manali, Dalhousie and Khajjiar in Chamba, Hill station Kasauli, Buddhist Tibetan destination Dharamshala, Mcleodganj and Palampur in Kangra, Adventure destination Keylong, Kaza in Lahaul & Spiti and Sangla Valley in Kinnaur, Pilgrimage destination Rewalsar in Mandi, Renuka ji in Sirmour and Chintpurni in Una.





Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh means exploring the raw beauty and getting mingled with it. Situated on the banks of river Satluj, Bilaspur has valleys that will engulf any visitor in its arms.






There are certain tours to hill stations that leave behind cherishable memories to unfold. Chamba is one such small town, whose journey will take you back to medieval times through its special temples.






Dalhousie is a well-known hill station located at the height of 7000 feet above the sea level. It was established in 1854 by the British Empire as their summer recoil.






"Escaping to woods" is the right phrase for Dharamshala, as its Dhauladhar mountain ranges are covered with oak and conifer trees.






Creating magic with its natural aura is what Hamirpur region does. It has the ability to grab the attention of any visitor and melt his heart with its sensational beauty.






"Tonic to the eyes" is what perfectly describes Kangra. Surrounded by picturesque views of lush green valleys all around, it is one of the favourite destinations of tourists.






Sitting in the lap of three mountain ranges- Dhauladhar, Great Himalayas and Zanskar - is Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh.






Nestled in the Himalayan range is a small town known as Kullu. This Silver Valley was earlier known as "Kulunthpitha". Located at a height of 1300 m above the sea level, Kullu seems to be a pearl in the crown of Himachal Pradesh.






Lahaul & Spiti showcases some of the most mesmerizing views of snow-clad mountains. On seeing the beauty of these two mountain tracts, Lahaul & Spiti, on the basis of whom the place got its name..






Located near the northern end of Kullu Valley is Manali - an important hill station. Due to the pleasant weather in summers and snowy cold in the winters, it is one of the most visited holiday destinations.






Exploring some hill stations give experiences of a lifetime and leaves the tourist to think about its magnificence.






Fascination finds its true meaning in Palampur, which falls in the scenic Kangra valley. This hilly destination is famous for tea gardens that stretch along the pine forests.






Busting town and surrounded by the Sal forest is Paonta Sahib. This place got its name from the Tenth guru of Sikhs, Guru Gibind Singh Ji, who lost his ornament here.






The beauty is seen at its best in Shimla, with lush green landscapes, pearl-white snow peaks, dense forests and roaring waterfalls.






When it comes to watching nature in its endearing form, Solan is the best place to visit. This beautiful town was named after the Goddess Sholoni, whose temple lies in the southern end of the place.






Enjoying the company of Shivalik ranges, Una has come out to be one of the most beautiful hilly destinations. Though a small town,