Himachal is India’s outdoor adventure hub. The state offers best of trekking routes, mountaineering expeditions opportunities, paragliding, skiing and rafting activities. Popularly known as the fruit bowl of India Himachal is studded with picturesque valleys and meadows. The quaint villages perched on the slopes of mountain chains add to the culture and charm of this mystical land of deities.
Himachal, the snow abode is located in the North of India. The state is famous for its natural beauty and spectacular vistas of Himalayas.
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Hill Stations The hill stations of Himachal with colonial architecture. cultural foot print and nature’s bounty are ideal for spending time with friends and family. The most popular hill stations region wise are listed below for you to choose from and explore. Shimla, Solan, Kasauli, Nahan, Rampur, Mashobra, kufri, Chail, Naldhera Kullu, Manali, Kasol, Naggar, Kaza, Mandi Dharamsala, MacLeod Ganj, …
Planning a Trip
Best time to visit Himachal Pradesh May–Jun & early Sep–Oct is perfect for trekking, mountaineering expedition and other activities. Only monsoons are to be avoided for outdoor activities. Mid-Jul–early Sep The monsoon: Visit Lahaul and Spiti, which stays dry. Nov–Apr Good for snow-lovers, but the high passes to Lahaul and Spiti are blocked. Check the following before leaving home Comprehensive travel insurance …
History & Culture
The history of the area constituting Himachal Pradesh dates back to the Indus valley civilization. The area was inhabited by Tribals such as Koili, Hali, Dagi, Dasa, Dhaugri, Khasa, Kinnar and Kirat from the prehistoric era. The region was divided into many local powers headed by some Rajput kings and tribal chieftains. Later these independent kingdoms were invaded several times …
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