Written by Arvind Tiwari

From childhood I have heard that India is country of wonders among all the wonders, we know one as Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh, a place once visited can never forget. Breathtaking and heart stopping mountains and deep plunging valleys, Himachal Pradesh is known as heavenly state. Trekking routes and magical rivers along with quiet monasteries and relaxing resorts, there is so much to explore in Himachal Pradesh.

  1. Shimla and Manali

The most popular and loved destinations are Shimla and Manali. One can explore large number of attractions in KulluManali. One of the must visit place in India with a lot of the smaller towns and districts are located close to Shimla and Manali. It is easier to take shorter trip and return back to your place but you will have lifetime unforgettable experience.

Major attractions

Shimla: Kalka Shimla Railway, Jakhoo temple with big statue, Mall road, The ridge

Manali: Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Hidimba Devi, Bhrigu Lake

  1. Dharamshala and Dalhousie

Dalhousie is a quaint little town in Himachal famous for its monasteries and quiet resorts. McLeodganj is known for the Tibetan museum, Buddhist monasteries and the Dal Lake along with many other smaller sights to see. Add Dharamshala to the mix and you’ve got a wonderful package tour of memories to cherish later on.

Dalhousie: Satdhara Springs, Lakkarmandi, St. Andrew’s Church and SubhashBaoli

  1. Kasol

Kasol, the most popular stop in the parvati valley, Kasol will remind you the painting you have drawn in your childhood, mountains in the vicinity, a river flowing across the village and dense forest cover with few huts.

Kasol is a part of Parvati valley which stretches from Bhuntar to Kullu. The entire valley is covered with a blanket of snow in winters and carpet of green in summers. Kasol has carved up quite a reputation for itself, as the “Mini Israel“, “Stoners Paradise”,

Kasol: Malana Village, Kheer Ganga Park, Tirthan Valley, Parvati River, Manikaran Sahib, Bhuntar Town

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