Romantic Coldest Places In Himachal Pradesh Must Visit With GF

Himachal Pradesh is a wonderful place where the sun sets in paradise. Reconstructed as the 18th Indian state in 1971, Himachal is located on the north-western region of the Himalaya. Himachal is between Jammu and Kashmir to the north, Tibetan plateau to the west, and Punjab to the east; the state stands apart in terms of its sheer topographic diversity and breathtaking pristine natural beauty. This place attracts nature lovers and voyagers from not only India but across the globe. It possesses a unique charisma! Really it’s a traveller’s paradise, Himachal has everything which can fascinate a tourist.

Deep gorges, lush green and golden valleys, mighty snow peaks, flower-filled meadows, misty woods, fast flowing icy rivers, glaciers, gushing water streams, steep waterfalls, enchanting lakes, rippling streams are a few manifestations of its unparallel beauty. Himachal has provided plenty to offer the tourists who are looking for local handicrafts to take home. You can walk around the markets or mall roads and purchase Tibetan carpets and handicrafts, shawls, preserves and pickles, toys, wooden articles, semi-precious jewellery, and baskets.

A Himachal tour, which is set amidst the lush green carpet of manicured trees with a 360-degree view of Himalaya, is always relaxing and rejuvenating. The correct and best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh are Shimla, Narkanda, Chail, Tattapani, Kasauli, Naldehra, Barog, Solan, Kullu, Manali, Naggar, Manikaran, Mandi, Joginder Nagar, Keylong, Chamba, Kangra, and Nahan.

Manali :

manali

Manali is located among the breathtaking forests in Naggar town, the Naggar Castle is a stunning historical edifice. Manali is used as the residence of Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu, the castle is a fine blend of traditional Himalayan and European architecture. With beautifully built staircases, majestic fireplaces, and meticulous wood and stone works, the Naggar Castle is a must-visit when you’re in Manali.

Manali is nestled in between the snow-capped slopes of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, It is one of the most popular hill stations in the country. With lush green forests, jaw-dropping views, sprawling meadows carpeted with flowers, gushing blue streams, a perpetual fairy-tale like mist lingering in the air, and a persistent fragrance of pines and freshness –  Manali has been blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty. From temples to museums, from quaint little hippie villages to bustling upscale streets, river adventures to trekking trails, Manali has ever a reason to be the tourist magnet it is, all year round.

Shimla :

Shimla

Shimla is one of the most eminent tourist destinations in the country. Set among mystical woods, and beautiful hills. It is one of the most aesthetically planned cities in India. Shimla is the summer capital of British India, this town’s captivating natural beauty, and the atmosphere is bound to leave any tourist overwhelmed.

The impeccable cleanliness, well-knit roads, and an efficient administration make for a perfect combination for any tourist destination in the world. This city has colonial-style buildings alongside the historic temples and the amalgamation of the worlds leaves everyone visiting this region spellbound. In this city, one must visit the Mall Road, The Ridge, Institute of Advanced Studies and Jakhu Temple. Shimla is also as a base to cover other nearby places like Chail, Kufri, Naldehra, Mashobra, Tattapani, and Narkanda. The train to Shimla from Kalka passes through beautiful hills and valleys and is one of the most beautiful train routes in the world.

Dharamshala :

Dharamshala

Dharamsala is one of the famed as the holy residence of the Dalai Lama and houses the Tibetan monk in exile. Dharamsala is situated in Kangra district at a distance of 18km fro Kangra City. The Town is distinctively separated as upper and lower divisions with different altitudes. The upper division is popularly known as Mcleodganj whereas lower division is the Dharamsala town itself.

Dharamshala is situated on the upper hilly stretch of land of Kangra Valley which is placed just against the picturesque scene of Dhauladhar ranges. Being a Tibetan hub, Dharamsala is considered to be one of the best places to learn and explore Buddhism and Tibetan Culture.

Dalhousie :

Dalhousie

Dalhousie is one of the favourites among most tourists travelling to Himachal Pradesh is famously known for its mesmerizing natural beauty and its old world charm. This Dalhousie hill station was one of the most favourite summer destinations of the ruling Britishers and this is truly reflected in the majestic Victorian style mansions in this region.

Located far from the buzzing cities in the country, this quaint town transports you to a pollution-free environment in the lap of nature. Dalhousie is known for its scenic beauty has a number of mountains and river streams that tourists must visit. Among this place, the most famous are Panch Pulla, Satdhara Falls, and the Daikund peak.

Spiti :

Spiti

Spiti is very appropriately named, as Spiti Valley separates India from Tibet. Spiti means ‘The Middle Land’. Almost populated, Spiti is an adventure lover’s paradise, with the famed Spiti trek attracting thousands of adventure enthusiasts every year. There are so many trekking trails in Spiti that tourists can choose from. Most of these treks start from Kaza (Spiti’s capital, where you make your base camp), to various peaks from where you can get panoramic views of the Himalayan mountains.

A 1.5-kilometer trek along the Spiti River from Dhankar Monastery to Dhankar Lake promises gorgeous views of the villages below, and the Dhankar Lake itself is a place where you can sit back free and relax amidst the cool mountain air. The hill ropeway from Kibber to Chichum is a popular tourist attraction. It is built entirely by the locals to avoid walking the long uphill path between the two villages, this ropeway is operated manually, and offers spectacular views of the gorge below, as well a bird’s eye view of the surrounding peaks.

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