Situated in the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state abundant with snowy mountains, lush forests, hilly terrains, and numerous water bodies. This region offers a wide range of breathtaking landscapes, from the surreal terrain of Spiti Valley to charming hill stations in Kullu Valley. As a result, Himachal has become a sought-after destination for travelers from North India. Commonly referred to as the 'Abode of Snow,' this state boasts an array of exciting activities such as adventure sports, religious sites, colonial heritage, and romantic retreats. Whether you are an adventure enthusiast or someone who enjoys exploring new places, a trip to Himachal is an experience like no other. Our carefully curated packages offer the best way to discover this beautiful state and its varied offerings. You can choose from our selection of packages available from major cities such as Delhi, Bhuj, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa, Kolkata and embark on a delightful holiday in Himachal Pradesh.
Himachal is full of enchanting places that are perfect for any type of traveler. From chasing the Milky Way in the Spiti Valley to paragliding in Solang Valley, there are endless opportunities for adventure and relaxation. The state's popular destinations like Dharamshala and Shimla have their own unique charms, while Kasol and Mcleodganj offer peace for solo travelers and Manali and Shimla's Mall roads attract honeymooners. With such diverse experiences available, you can easily select a Himachal tourist destination that suits your interests and budget. So why not start packing for an unforgettable holiday in Himachal?
At an elevation above 2,000 metres, Shimla is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. This scenic hill station is renowned for its Jakhoo Temple, Mall Road, Lakkar Bazaar, and The Ridge. Nearby Kufri offers opportunities for adventure and a visit to a Himalayan Park. Other activities in Shimla include attending mass at Christ Church, shopping in Lower Bazaar, and ice skating. It also serves as a prominent stopover for road trips to Kinnaur and Spiti Valley.
What’s Special: Lush Green Surroundings, Weather, and Victorian Architecture
Nearby Attractions: The Ridge, Mall Road, Shimla Christ Church, Jakhu Temple, Green Valley, Mashobra
Distance From City: 2 m (1 min)
Transportation Options: Shimla is well connected by roads, railways and airways. Shimla Airport is the nearest airport and Shimla Railway is the nearest railway station.
2. Kullu and Manali
Kullu and Manali, both located in Himachal Pradesh, are popular tourist destinations. However, visiting one without the other would not do justice to your trip. These two places should be experienced together. They offer a variety of activities such as visiting temples, engaging in adventure sports, admiring the lush greenery and tall trees, and trekking and camping in Kullu. Manali, situated on the banks of Beas River and surrounded by Pir Panjal Range, is known for being the gateway to Ladakh. Adventure seekers and nature lovers can indulge in thrilling experiences like river rafting, paragliding, downhill biking, and skiing. The busiest months to visit Manali are from April to June during summer. While there, make sure to visit Hadimba Devi Temple for prayers, plan a trip to Rohtang Pass, try paragliding at Solang Valley and enjoy shopping at Mall Road.
What’s Special: Adventure sports, snow point
Nearby Attractions: Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Baths, The Great Himalayan National Park, Manikaran
Distance From City: 235 km (7 hours)
Transportation Options: Bhuntar Airport is the nearest airport and Jogindernagar Railway Station is the nearest railway station. Manali is well connected by roads, railways and airways
Nestled in the picturesque Kangra Valley, situated in the Dhauladhar Range, lies the city of Dharamshala. It exudes a unique sense of spiritual energy that is unmatched by any other place in Himachal. In its suburb Mcleodganj, travelers can immerse themselves in the tranquil atmosphere and discover a variety of experiences for a couple of days. Must-see destinations include the Dalai Lama Temple, Bhagsu Waterfall, Dal Lake, Masroor Temple, and State Museum. For adventure seekers, a day trek to Triund or Kareri Lake awaits with thrilling opportunities such as paragliding and overnight camping. Don't miss out on this must-visit destination on your next trip to Himachal Pradesh.
What’s Special: Tibetan Culture, Temple, Handicrafts
Nearby Attractions: Namgyal Monastery, Kareri Dal Lake, Kangra Fort, Bhagsunag Temple, Naddi Village, Gyuto Monastery
Distance From City: 224 km (6 hours)
Transportation Options: Gaggal Airport is the nearest airport and Kangra Mandir Railway Station is the nearest railway station. Dharamshala is well connected by roads, railways and airways