The palace that you must visit in Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful and picture-perfect state that impresses tourists and visitors with scenic hill stations, snow-covered mountains, lush valleys, quaint villages, diverse fauna and flora, abundant trekking trails, and unblemished nature. It is a veritable haven for tourists and nature lovers, backpackers, and adventurers. Here’s our pick of one of the most popular and top places to visit in the ‘Abode of Snow.’
- Kasol:- On the Parvati River banks lies a fantastic and amazing hamlet of kasol.’ Serene and Laidback, Kasol is popular among hippies and backpackers and with excellent and good reason. The stunning and wonderful landscape of lush valleys, snow-capped mountains, undisturbed trekking routes, and scenic waterfalls makes it a paradise for trekkers and nature lovers. In contrast, the abundance of budget-friendly stay options, charming cafes, and relaxed vibe make it a beautiful and fantastic spot to backpack through.
- Shimla: Shimla, also called the Queen of Hills, Shimla is a beautiful colonial hill station where attractive vistas will greet you at every nook. A fine and most fantastic place to wander, Shimla showcases some of the amazing colonial-era architecture, including the Town Hall, Gaiety Theatre, Viceregal Lodge, and the Christ Church. The city’s location at the Himalayas’ foothills amidst the snow-covered mountains and lush greenery makes a beautiful and perfect place for trekking and other outdoor Fun.
- Kasauli:- At a promotion of 1,900 meters lies a small colonial town of Kasauli. The village has little in terms of commerce, population, and attractions. Although., that’s precisely where its appeal lies and beauty- its serene and peaceful vibe, pure air, and abundance of nature is what impress and attract tourists. The places you can visit include the Christ Chruch, Kasauli Brewery, Monkey Point, Nahri temple, Baptish Church, and Kasauli Club.
- Dharamshala:- It enjoys one of the most unique and the best climate in Himachal. Surrounded by lush pine and deodar forests and snow-laden peaks of Dhauladhar mountains, the town is brimming with architectural and cultural attractions, along with an astounding number of cafes, restaurants, and shops catering to its extensive Tibetan communities and multicultural Indian. Its suburbs, such as Dharamkot, Sindhbari, Mcleod Ganj, Ramnagar, and Naddi, are unique and worth exploring. Also, with a plethora of waterfalls, scenic valleys, and trekking trails.
- Spiti Valley:- At the highest altitude of 3,810 meters, The Spiti Valley is one of the finest villages in the cold desert mountains. Despite the fact it is equitably isolated, plenty of adventure and spiritual tourists gradually scattered throughout the area. And indulge in some of the most different and thrilling activities, such as mountain biking, whitewater rafting, trekking, and wildlife spotting. Also, it is surrounded by some high-altitude villages, like, Kaza, Dhankar, Kibber, Komic, Langza, and Tabo, which can also be explored and part of your trip to Spiti valley.
- Manali:- Manali is located at an altitude of 2,050 meters on the River Beas valley. Manali is an excellent and picture-perfect hilly retreat that draws in hordes of travelers every year. The beautiful and picturesque landscape comprising deodar and pine forests, scenic meadows, waterfall and valleys, and snow-covered mountains attracts nature and adventurers lovers alike. Alternatively, the Tibetan monasteries and ancient temples beckon spiritual enthusiasts.
- Chitkul:- In the Kinnaur district of Himachal lies a small yet beautiful village, Chitkul, which is perhaps the last inhabited place near the Indo-China border. There isn’t much to do and see in the hamlet, although its encompassing lush green vegetation, scenic and beautiful landscape, apple orchards, snow-laden mountains, and tranquil vibe make it a fantastic destination for those finding or looking to be at one with nature – in quiet. Of particular choices and interest is its quaint homes, complete with slate or wooden roofs, and a fantastic temple that houses a 500-year-old deity of the village.
- Dalhousie:- This a year-round holiday place, but it looks all the more impressive and stunning in the winter months when the whole hill town is covered in white-sheet—brimming with cascading waterfalls, mountains, lush pine, and oak trees and lakes. Adventure lovers and enthusiasts love to come to Dalhousie to partake in outdoor activities, like river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, trekking, and camping. At the same time, the pristine nature and peaceful atmosphere lure peace seekers and nature lovers alike.
Author : Pawan Bugaliya