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Himachal Pradesh Tourism

A perfect travel guide crafted as per 2 Lakh+ experiences in Himachal
Tourism In Himachal Pradesh

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Mar - Jun, Sep - Dec



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Himachal Tourism Guide

All you need to know before planning a refreshing holiday in this paradise land

In North India, a state called Himachal Pradesh is a haven for those looking for a thrilling dose of adventure, a romantic holiday, and just plain relaxation. Himachal Pradesh tourism beings you closer to India’s eighteenth largest state, which is blessed with heavy downpours of rain and snow every year, and is a perfect mix of spring and fall. There are plenty of tourist places in Himachal Pradesh to check out. If in the mood to explore on one’s own, taking along a Himachal Pradesh tourism map is a good idea. For those looking to lie back and enjoy, the well-planned Himachal Pradesh tour packages are a better option.

Tourism in Himachal Pradesh has increased considerably in the last few years. The millennials, especially, seem to be contributing largely towards Himachal Pradesh tourism. Manali in Himachal, known as the honeymoon capital of India is flocked by many newlyweds throughout the year. Himachal has a number of districts such as the capital city of Shimla, Dalai Lama’s home Dharamsala, the infamous Kasol, picturesque Manali, and the Britishers’ holiday spot Dalhousie, among many others, that are definitely worth a visit. If planned well, a Himachal Tourism bus can take you to all these places.

Tourists from all across the world and from within India visit Himachal to witness the sheer beauty that it offers. The landscapes in Himachal and the plethora of places of exploration and discovery, make it a desirable location for holidaying. The joyous, as well as the calm ambiance that the hills offer, is the reason why Himachal tourism is gaining popularity. 

The best season to visit Himachal Pradesh would be from March to June, September to December. During these months, the weather is just perfect for you to indulge in all the activities that Himachal Pradesh has to provide. 

From the gorgeous snow-capped mountains to the refreshing low lying valleys, from the adrenaline pumping adventure activities to the tranquil vibe of the lush green cities, from a setting perfect for romance to the hospitality that makes it a perfect family holiday destination, Himachal has too much to boast about and something in store for everyone.

Since there is a lot to explore in this paradise land, we have carefully crafted this Himachal tourism guide to make sure you get to experience the best of the destination and don’t miss out on the highlights of this destination. So go on and craft a perfect holiday experience by going through all the details mentioned in this detailed guide to Himachal that are necessary to plan a perfect holiday to Himachal.


How To Reach Himachal

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By Air

There are three domestic airports that connect Himachal Pradesh to the rest of the country. These are located at Kullu-Manali, Dharamshala and Shimla. The airports have flights from Himachal Pradesh to Delhi and Chandigarh. You ca...

By Train

The kind of rocky terrain that Himachal Pradesh is located on, makes it slightly inconvenient to construct railway tracks. However, with best efforts, a train does run into the state from Pathankot in Punjab. Travelers can drive u...

By Road

The advantage of states situated in the hills is that you can plan a comfortable road trip. The distance from Delhi to Himachal Pradesh by road can be covered in just about 7 hours or maximum 7 and a half hours. The roads are very...

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FAQ's of Himachal

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What is considered to be the off season for a trip to Himachal?

The off-season in Himachal starts from March and lasts till April and this is the best time to book tour packages as there are heavy discounts on offer.

Is Himachal a safe destination for women travelers?

Yes, Himachal is one of the safest destinations for women travellers as the locals are friendly and helpful. These Himachal tour pacakages are perfect for solo travelling as well.

Can one backpack with ease in Himachal?

Himachal is one of the best places to go backpacking as there are beautiful landscapes, easy travelling, budget-friendly accommodations, warm people.

How can one get acclimated to the weather of Himachal?

To get acclimated to the Himachal weather, you must firstly layer up completely and make sure that your head, ears, and neck are covered properly. You should also carry some medicines to help you deal with the cold and also overcome nausea if any. You must eat foods rich in proteins, carbohydrates and healthy fats like lean meat. Also, take cold showers so that your body can get used to the cold temperature.

What are some of the major fairs and festivals of Himachal?

There are many fun fairs and festivals in Himachal that tourists will enjoy on this tour package, including: The Manali Winter Carnival- January Dechhang- January Halda- New Year Phagli- Decemeber/January Baba Barbhag Singh Mela- February Gochi -February Lossar                                                                                                     

Himachal Pradesh Tourism Guide

Himachal tourism has always attracted tourists due to its ideal location as it is very strategically located for travelers. It is not too far up north, neither is it too low for those who want to experience the vibe of hill stations without going very high up in the hills. Himachal literally translates as the ‘abode of snow’ and true to its name, it is indeed the place where you can engage yourself in admiring the mesmerizing views of the snow-capped mountains and the adventure enthusiasts can indulge in snow sports like skiing, trekking, and mountain climbing. 

Valleys like the Spiti Valley and Lahaul are places that you need to see and experience on your own. The simple, yet exquisite features will take your breath away. The awe of the scenery will leave you mesmerized and glued to your feet. 

There are many rivers that pass through Himachal Pradesh, namely the Ravi, the Beas, the Chenab, the Sutlej, and the Yamuna. These rivers ensure a year round supply of relatively fresh water. These also enable tourists to engage in water sports like rafting, especially white water rafting. These are experiences that one should not miss for anything in the world. There is also an abundance of flora and fauna that you will notice on your way to Himachal Pradesh. The state’s bird is the Western Tragopan; bet you have never heard of that, have you? The state’s animal is the snow leopard. If you spot this majestic and graceful animal, know that your trip to Himachal Pradesh has been fruitful. However, if you do not spot it, do not be disheartened as Himachal has a lot in store for everyone to make their trip worthwhile. 

Just go through this extensive and detailed Himachal tour guide, to make sure you don’t miss out on any amazing experiences while on your trip to Himachal.