Himachal Pradesh Travel Guide


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Things To Do In Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is the synonymous of the scenic beauty, serene landscape, and adventure sports. Literally, Himachal means “the land of snow”, it has lot more to offer you on your bucket list, so get ready to experience it all with our Domestic Tour Packages. 

Cuddled in the lap of snow-topped Himalayan ranges and encompassed with rich green woodlands of tall pines and deodars, 'Khajjiar' is a wonderful saucer formed knoll, regularly nicknamed as ‘Mini Switzerland of India', found only at a short distance from Dalhousie. The amazing picturesque magnificence of this place, loaded with rich greenery, frigid pinnacles, lovely climate and a wonderful lake directly in its heart, presents it with an unmatched sleep inducing charm that frequently interests voyagers to make a stopover here for multi day before proceeding with their adventure to other increasingly mainstream slope resorts in the region. A place like this calls for some water sport like zorbing — that will make your visit a memory to cherish late
Spread over a territory of very nearly 20 square kilometers, Kalatop is situated at a separation of roughly 12 km. en route to 'Khajjiar' from 'Dalhousie' and is unquestionably an 'absolute necessity visit put' amid your outing to this wonderful Himachal slope resort. 
Settled under the shadow of the staggering snow-clad pinnacles and bordered with thick oak, blue pine, deodar, and coniferous trees, the excellent haven dependably appears to ooze an eminent emanation; little clear streams going through various areas of the asylum further add to its beautiful excellence — all this when you experience Paragliding. Do visit the 'Bara Pathar Temple' that lies halfway, covered up amid thick woodlands, on the trekking trail to Kalatop.

Situated at a distance of 2 – 3 Km. from the downtown area of Dalhousie, 'Panch Pulla' is one of the best vacation spots in the city and is a most loved weekend spot for picnickers, nature darlings and trekkers. Actually signifying 'Five Bridges', the place is a standout amongst the most beautiful destinations in the locale attributable to its fortune of exuberant cascades, spouting streams and all encompassing perspectives of slopes and woodlands that encompass the territory. A dunk in the dive pools shaped underneath the falls give a profound reviving and restoring sensation to visitors who exceptionally travel to Dalhousie to beat the warmth that win in the fields of Northern parts of India amid pinnacle summer months.

Perched at a height of 2755 meters above ocean level, 'Dainkund Peak' is the most noteworthy crest in Dalhousie and a renowned site for experience devotees and trekkers. The name Dainkund is accepted to have been gotten from two words – 'Dain' and 'Kund', which signifies 'place of the witches'. Today, the pinnacle is a prominent trekking goal in Dalhousie and is flanked by flawless Himalayas, offering charming perspectives of the lavish covered knolls, verdant woods and excellent Ravi, Chenab and Beas Rivers winding their routes through the valley beneath. When you are at the highest point of the pinnacle, center your ears around tuning in to the melodic ensemble made by the breeze moving through trees and slopes – you will likewise know why the pinnacle is additionally called as the 'Singing Hill'. Prior to beginning your drop from the pinnacle, try to pay praise at a little antiquated sanctuary on the best, devoted to Pholani Devi.
Dharamshala - Nayagaon which is situated in the remote Himalayas is the most popular trails for rock climbing. Many experience addicts can be seen participating in the excite that takes your adrenaline to a record-breaking high. As you gradually advance up, you will be presented to better perspectives of the valley. Rock climbing has never been easy but the excitement is beyond any words.