Best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh.


A place that is known for awe-inspiring mountains, a flawless spot which encourages and gives comfort to the psyche and soul, a devout land which is related with the otherworldly, a puzzle of a spot which pulls in individuals from each corner of the world-It’s inconceivable, it’s lovely, its charming, It’s Himachal! It is said that the land possesses such magnetism that it attracts nature lovers and travelers from not only India but across the globe.

Himachal has a one of a kind allure! Genuinely a voyager’s heaven, Himachal has everything which can enter a person. Strong snow tops, profound crevasses, rich green, and brilliant valleys, valleys of flowers for as far as eyes can see, foggy woods, quick streaming cold waterways, ice sheets, spouting water streams, charming lakes, undulating streams are a couple of appearances of its unparalleled magnificence. Because the place has so much to offer it can be troublesome to decide where to go and what to do? that is why we have done the hard work for you so you can focus on the important stuff.


Himachal Pradesh Spiritual Tourism

Starting our list we will see Himachal Pradesh as a place of religion and pilgrimage. sometimes all a person needs is to give up on all the hectics of life and just be in a state of peace with God.

A prominent sanctuary in Shimla, Sankat Mochan sanctuary is arranged on Kalka-Shimla expressway. The sanctuary is devoted to Lord Hanuman and was dispatched by Baba Neem Karoli. At first, the sanctuary was a little hallowed place however today it is a three-storied structure, which is utilized for many purposes like bolstering poor people (Langar) and leading wedding services. There is likewise an Ayurvedic center to address the wellbeing worries of the pilgrims.


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Tara Devi Temple

Tara Devi is a 250 years of age sanctuary in Shimla. The sanctuary is arranged about 15kms from the town of Shimla on Kalka-Shimla Highway close to Shoghi. As indicated by legends, the sanctuary was charged by Bhupendra Sen, who requested to assemble a sanctuary for Maa Tara Devi on 50 Bhiga land close to the present-day sanctuary. Afterward, his relative Raja Balbir Sen moved the sanctuary to a slope top called Tara Parvat (where it is available till date) with the expectation of meaning that the Goddess watches over everybody and everything. The best time to visit Tara Devi sanctuary is at Ashtami during Shardiya Navratri held every year


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Maa Sharvari Temple

It is a vital sanctuary in Manali as it is devoted to Maa Sharvari, who is figured to be the Kuldevi (Family god) of Kullu rulers. Maa Sharvari is perceived as the indication of Goddess Durga. The sanctuary is arranged about 5kms from Manali on the left bank of the Beas River. The best time to visit this sanctuary is amid the Dusshera celebration, when the god is conveyed to Kullu to meet Lord Raghunathji.


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Adventure Sports Activities in Himachal Pradesh

After religious tourism, we shift our focus on adventure and sports activities in Himachal Pradesh. These are some of the best adventure and sports activities to do when you plan your trip of himachal.

Starting off the list with the most popular activity, trekking. Trekking is by far the easiest and most enjoyable activity that anyone can do and these are some of the best treks Himachal has to offer-

Hampta Pass and Chandratal Trek –

Hampta pass is a unique trek. It climbs out of green valleys of Kullu to a panoramic view of the mountains which is seen as the perfect balcony at the top of the world. 
What makes the icing on the cake is all the campsites on this trek are gorgeous. Every day on this trek will bring a different terrain for you to experience


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Spiti Valley through Pin Parvati pass trek –

The Pin Parvati Pass is an exciting test for any prepared trekker. It’s a long endeavor that gives trekkers a huge portion of experience, and a feeling of accomplishment. The elation of navigating a 17,457 ft pass is an ordeal of a lifetime.

The Pin Parvati Pass is an exciting test for any prepared trekker. It’s a long endeavor that gives trekkers a huge portion of experience, and a feeling of accomplishment. The elation of navigating a 17,457 ft pass is an ordeal of a lifetime.

Pin Parvati pass trek provides one of the most breathtaking traverses right from when you start the trek through the forest of the Parvati valley to the Buddhist villages in the Trans Himalayan region of Spiti. One unique feature of this trek is that you will cross many different types of landscapes and cultures throughout the trek. From cold dry mountains to rich biodiversity.

River Rafting

After trekking let us now see what do we have in watersports department.During summers and mid autumn people come to enjoy the best of water sports in Himachal Pradesh. The cold during this time in the mountains can give chill in the spine to the best of.

Some of the best rivers for watersports are-

Rafting:

Gobind Sagar (Near Bilaspur), Chamera Lake (Near Dalhousie), Manali-Kullu (National Highway), Ravi (Near Chamba), Beas (Near Kullu), Chandrabhaga (Chenab) in Lahaul. The best wilderness boating site is the 20 kilometers extended length on the Beas River from Shamsi to Aut in Kullu region.

Paragliding

Looking at the snow covered mountains, trees high as buildings and carpet of nature at the vast stretch of land, Paragliding gives an all in one panoramic view of all this.

Bir Billing

At 2300m from sea level, Bir billing paragliding is filled with adventure and a marvelous view of Dhauladhar Ranges and the Kangra Valley

Paragliding at Orchard House

Rise like a hawk and glide right through the majestic view of Manali and seep in the delight of Dhauladhar ranges. This is considered as one of the best locations in India for paragliding. The difficulty level is fairly easy and you also spend some time in trekking and rafting

Camping

After a long day of trekking, rafting and much more we all need to just sit down, relax half a cup of coffee and just talk with each other with some 90s songs in between

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These are some of the best camping sites Himachal has to offer-

Camp Chrysalid, Dharamshala

In the upper stretch of the Kangra Valley incorporated by thick coniferous timberland basically containing Deodars lie the extraordinary camps of Chrysalid close Gaggal Airport at 4870 feet. The Bhagsunag falls which move through the lines of the thick oak and pine trees, course down exquisitely behind the camps, the commended asylum of the Indru Nag mainstream globally for the closeness of his Holiness the Dalai Lama can likewise be visited. The rooms are extensive and offer a placated remain with the perspective on the transcending mountains. The rooms are sophistically structured with front line extravagances, melodic instruments, sports and different necessities for refreshments.

Hail Himalayas Camp

This is a strange outdoors involvement in Shimla among the woods of Oaks, Rhododendrons, cedars and pines; an ideal reviving retreat for youths and worried experts looking for a safe house in the nature’s lap at the height of the 7000 feet. In the midst of the quietness and stillness of life where the main development is brought about by the breezes applauding with the leaves, the enduring water bodies at times solidified offer all the comfort one needs. This camp close Shimla is all that one needs to escape into the help of nature’s touch.

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8 comments on “Best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh.

Pramod

You bring the beauty and natural treasure come alive through your words. Keep it going.

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Snehil Sharma

Nice info

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Rhishikesh vaidya

हिमाचल के प्राकृतिक सौंदर्य का अद्भुत वर्णन।
साथ ही वहाँ जाने वाले पर्यटकों के लिए बहुत ही उपयोगी जानकारी।

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guddo guddo

Excellent write up

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Praveen Srivastava

Beautifully described, one can imagine the beauty through words. Keep it up.

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MANJARI BAJPAI

Very beautifully penned the serene beauty of the place. Felt like being there while reading . Great effort! Keep it up!!

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Jyoti Mehta

Beautiful write up. Very informative and relevant

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Anant Gaur

It’s more then a right up. It’s a beautiful journey through well explained words. Great job.. Nice info.

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