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08 Nights | 09 Days 

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05 Night / 06 Days

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Himachal Pradesh relates to tourism in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Himachal Pradesh is famous for its Himalayan landscapes and popular hill-stations. Many outdoor activities such as rock climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, ice-skating, and heli-skiing are popular tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh.

Until the British reign, tourism in Himachal Pradesh was very limited to a few places around the hills and some spiritual destinations. The British developed hill stations during their reign one of them being Shimla which they called The Summer Capital of India. After the British rule, tourism in Himachal Pradesh was on the rise with the highest number of tourists in the mid 1980s and 1990s.

Shimla, the state capital, is very popular among tourists. The Kalka-Shimla Railway is a mountain railway which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Shimla is also a famous skiing attraction in India. Other popular hill stations include Manali and Kasauli.

Dharamshala, home of the Dalai Lama, is known for its Tibetan monasteries and Buddhist temples. Many trekking expeditions also begin here.

The Ridge is a large road in Shimla which is the centre of most cultural activities of Shimla.

During Spring

Spring is the season of peace in Himachal Pradesh. During March and April there is less rush of tourist as compare to summer and winter season because there is no snow for skiing and this is a not good time for rafting as well; But if someone wants to visit, then he/she should opt southern area of the state such as: Parwanoo and Sirmaur. These places are likely less cold and famous for Shivalik Fossil Park, Renuka Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaganath Temple, etc. Places like Chamba and Salon can also be visited during spring season, knowing the heritage importance of the Maharaja’s palace and relaxing at the lake side and having a cup of local tea is really an amazing experience.

During Monsoon

Monsoon is the time for celebration in Himachal; as the place is known as the “Abode of God” monsoon is the time when various festivals are celebrated here. The temples as well as the towns and villages are decorated like newlywed bride and mesmerising words of sacred chanting floats in the air; Dussehra in Kullu is celebrated in a flamboyant way and it’s a must watch celebration in Kullu.

During Winter

Himachal is the heaven for ski lovers in winter, between November and February; the weather is spine chilling, but the tourists still endeavour to see Himachal covered in white powdery snow. The state looks like a fairy tale wonderland during winters and is enjoyable for all age groups. There are various sports arranged for those who do not want to go for outdoor winter sport; one has to check the details with the travel agency before taking the tour package to Himachal Pradesh. Shimala, Kullu, Manali and for most McLeoyd  Ganj attract the tourist the most in winters and every place has its own tale and significance. Having a cup of fine coffee with a companionship of a heritage book in Shimla library is an experience in itself, Shimla along with Kuulu and Manali attracts people for skiing and other winter sports, but, the new year celebration of Tibetan and the famous winter carnival at McLeoyd Ganj has its own charm and a beautiful experience which no one should miss.

What to Eat in Himachal

Himachal Pradesh is blessed with breath-taking natural beauty and people with innocence and purity, but their food is equally marvellous with the take that no one can forget after tasting. Dham is the heart of all festivals; this vegetarian delicacy is prepared by the Brahmins of Chamba and served in the dish made out of leaves. Mittha is another famous dish, this the most common dessert made of rice, which is garnished with generous amount of dry fruits. Some of the other famous delicacies of Himachal are Chha Gosht, Mash Dal, Patande, etc., along with the Gulab Jamun from the Mall Road, Shimla.

Nevertheless, it is amazing to take a tour package of Himachal Pradesh in almost every season throughout the year because it has everything to entertain the people of all age groups. Himachal is always fresh and every time people visit this place find something new to explore. Thus, there is no specific time to visit, just watch the weather forecast for the favourable condition and pack your bags to have fun in the lap of nature.