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4 Places To Visit In Himachal That Offer Nature’s Abundance & Comfort - India - Travel and People Magazine - Kiss From The World

4 Places To Visit In Himachal That Offer Nature’s Abundance & Comfort

Himachal Pradesh is one of the biggest states in India. The sy-soaring hills and lush greenery of this region act as major pull for the travelers across the world. Forested hills, snow-capped peaks, vibrant culture and a myriad of activities await the visitors in Himachal Pradesh. This state offers a memorable vacation for all kinds of travelers, whether they’re visiting solo or coming over with their better half.

There are many destinations here that make Himachal tourism flourish each day, but listed here are the ones which are totally unmissable, as these places offer a balance between connecting with nature and being in utter comfort.

1. Shimla – The capital of Himachal Pradesh

The capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is often known as the Queen of Hills. This hill-station once served as the summer capital of British India, and hence the colonial charm of the city steals the hearts of many. Shimla is a highlight for Himachal Tourism, and you can find ease of access, variety in accommodation, and easy availability of eateries. This is an year-round destination, summers bring pleasant weather, and winter brings snow which opens opportunity to ski and ice skate too.

Attractions: Mall Road, Christ Church, Jakhu Temple, and Rashtrapati Niwas

2. Dharamshala – Dalai Lama’s residence

The holy residence of Dalai Lama, Dharamshala is a lovely place where you can witness a mesh of Indian and Tibetan culture, along with stunning views of snow-capped peaks. Lately, the growing tourism scenario has led to cafe-culture for the youngsters, and this comes as an attraction as well. Beside this, Dharamshala acts as a major starting point for various famous Himachal treks like Kareri Lake Trek and Triund Trek. One can indulge in various activities on their trip to Dharamshala, right from shopping to paragliding!

Attractions: Mcleodganj, St. John in the Wilderness Church, Bhagsu Nag Waterfall, Triund, and Tsuglagkhang Complex Dalai Lama Temple

3. Manali – Everything from peace to adventure

Marked among major destinations in many Himachal tour packages, Manali has been regarded as one of the best hill-stations in India, since many years. This destination allures with fresh air, lush meadows and snow-capped hills. Manali has a lot to offer in terms of activities, sights, accommodation, shopping and food. This is a great option for solo travelers, family and even honeymooners. For the adventure-junkies, paragliding is something they must try when in this hill-station.

Attractions: Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Bhrigu Lake, Hidimba Devi Temple, and Great Himalayan National Park

4. Khajjiar – The Mini Switzerland

Also known as the Switzerland of Himachal Pradesh, Khajjiar is a lovely hill-station to escape to. The Vice Chancellor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India put a sign board of a yellow Swiss hiking footpath in 1992, mentioning the distance between Bern and Khajjiar.

The wooded hills connect  you with nature, and many activities like horse riding and zorbing gets you in the holiday mood. If you’re seeking thrill, you can indulge in activities like paragliding. However, for the peace-lovers just a stroll or trek proves to be refreshing.

Attractions:  Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary, Khajjiar Lake, and Khajji Nag temple

Which of these four places will you pick first if you go to Himachal Pradesh?

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I believe travelling is the foundation of my personality. It gives me opportunities yet streamlines my choices, brings me closer to the world yet allows solitude, identifies my weaknesses yet enhances my strengths.Coming from the land of diversity, India, I have always handpicked destinations which offer a multitude of experiences in terms of culture, people as well as sightseeing.



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