Himachal Pradesh is situated in the North India. It is surrounded by the sky touching mountains and natural scenic beauty. The scenic beauty of Himachal Pradesh is beyond imagination. Shimla is the most attractive hill stations in the world and also the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Listed below are the top places to visit in Himachal Pradesh.
The charming beauty of Shimla made British announce the land as their summer capital. The regal influence is still obvious in the city. The hill station offers amazing views of the snow-laded Himalayan ranges. With lakes and rich vegetation around, Shimla welcomes tourists round the year. The top places to visit in Shimla are The Ridge, The Mall, Jakhoo Hill, Old Christ Church, Simla State Museum, Naldehra, Mashobra, Kufri, Wild Flower Hall, Shali Tibba Peak, Annandale, Summer Hill, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Chadwick Falls, Potter's Hill, etc.
Kullu is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh. Kullu is the district of Himachal Pradesh and Manali the world’s top destination itself is the part of Kullu. Kullu is surrounded by the huge mountains and situated on the bank of river Beas, which add to the natural beauty of Kullu. In the early days Kullu was called as Kulanthpitha, which means 'The end of the habitable world'. Kullu is also recognized as the 'Valley of Gods'. The top places to visit in Kullu are Manali, Sainj Valley, Banjar, Manikaran, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Vaishno Devi Temple, Dhakpo Shedrupling Monastery, Raghunathjee Temple, Chandrakhani Pass, etc.
Manali is one of the world’s top destination which is very famous for its natural scenic beauty. The natural scenic beauty of Manali like thick green forests, river, grand mountain peaks, waterfall, snow, pleasant weather, apple gardens attract the tourists of all over the world. Places to visit Manali are Hadimba Temple, Van Vihar National Park, Naggar Castle, Solang Valley, Beas River, Jogini Waterfall, Pin Valley National Park, Rahala Falls, Himvalley Manali, Rohtang Pass, Beas Kund, Jana Falls, etc.
Dharamshala is notably referred to as ‘The Scotland of India’ has snow-laden mountains on three directions and the valley is on one direction. The tourists can have superb view of every viewpoint from the high mountains. Pine trees and tea gardens along with snow roofed mountains deliver magic to the air. Some top destinations in Dharamshala are Mcleodganj, Bhagsu Waterfall, Triund, Tea Garden, Bhagsunag Temple, Dharamkot, Masroor Rock Cut Temple, Dal Lake, Church of St. John, etc.
Dalhousie was named after the Lord Dalhousie, who was the British Administrator in the 19th century. Dalhousie is stretched across five hills. The changeable altitude of the terrain has a large variety of flora including cedar, pine, oak, etc. The best places to travel in Dalhousie are Sach Pass, Panchpula, Bakrota Hills, Dainkund Peak, Subash Baoli, Katalope, Ganji Pahari, Garam Sadak, etc.
Sangla valley is an exotic place situated in district Kinnaur of Himachal Pradesh. The main occupation of people here is agriculture and tourism. The weather and the soil are both advantageous to its special and better diversity and value. The main attractions of Sangla Valley are Chitkul, Baspa River, Kamru Fort, Bering Nag Temple, Buddhist Monastery, Tibetan Wood Carving Centre, Sangla Meadow, etc.
Lahaul Spiti is the world’s most spectacular valley with prehistoric monasteries and natural formations. Tourist can visit Lahaul Spiti either from Delhi passing through Manali or from Kalpa passing through Shimla. The main traveler destinations of Lahaul Spiti valley are Kaza, Tabo, Nako, Keylong, Jhnaskar, Kunzum Pass, etc.
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