Tourist Attraction in Himachal Pradesh
Why visit Himachal Pradesh:
Himachal Pradesh is an excellent retreat into the wilderness tucked away on a hill when one plans a break from the strenuous humdrum of everyday life. Bask into the bountiful glory of nature and breathe in the feckless freshness of the pristine. Enjoy a perfect family holiday or a romantic getaway to never-ending adventure and scenic beauty.
Tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh:
It is difficult to encompass all elements of the state’s offerings to travellers in a single tour. Kullu along with Manali remains the most frequented tourist destination in the region. Kullu is known for Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, the Sultanpur Palace, Parvati Valley, Raghunathji Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple and Shoja while Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Jogini Waterfall, Beas Kund and Van Vihar National Park should not be missed in Manali.
The British summer capital Shimla can be reached from Delhi via a bus ride through Dharampur and Kasauli, which are worth a trip to in their own. One must visit the lakkad bazaar for various wooden souvenirs. Jakhoo Hill, the Christ church, Daraghati sanctuary and Kufri, which is a few kilometres upward should make it to your list.
The Dharamshala-McLeodganj and Dharamkot package is another enchanting one. The Triund trek is worth is repute if one craves adventure. Apart from that, the Dal Lake, the Bhagsu Waterfall and the Bhagsunag Temple, the Masroor Rock Cut Temple and the Church of St. John must adorn your itinery for Dharampur and the Dalai Lama temple along with various interesting cafes shouldn’t be missed while at McLeodganj. The Kangra and Chamba Valley are also worth a visit.
Climate Culture and Cuisine:
The state is known for its cool climate and therefore sees the deluge of tourist influx that happens. It is a fusion of varied cultures and one might cross ways with the simple lifestyles of the mountain people. Tibetan dumplings, thukpa, thigmu, thenthuk and butter tea must be tried to pamper your tastebuds.
How to reach Himachal Pradesh:
There are very scant railway tracks in the state of Himachal Pradesh due to the hills. Kalka (90km from there) is the nearest railway station that is connected to Himachal Pradesh by the roadways. However, the road travel is comfortable and there are plenty of state transport as well as private buses that ply to all cities and villages within the state connecting it to all neighbouring states.