Himachal Pradesh is enshrined in the mighty Himalayas and blessed with snow-capped peaks, deep valleys, lush forests, gurgling waterfalls, icy rivers, deep woods, and colourful meadows. Our Himachal Pradesh Holiday Package can lead you to one or more of its beautiful hill stations, and we can customise your itinerary for you. There’s so much to do in Himachal including: trekking, mountaineering, white river rafting, skiing, ice-skating, paragliding, rowing, kayaking, camping, and rock-climbing.
Shimla is Himachal’s capital. It once used to be the summer capital of the British when they were in India, and it’s a favourite of many tourists. Jakhoo Temple – dedicated to Hanuman – is its landmark; it’s surrounded by monkeys and langurs, and has the best views of the landscape. You can trek through the Observatory Hills in your Himachal Pradesh Holiday Package. These house the Viceregal Lodge, occupied by the erstwhile British viceroy. The Mall is where everyone walks down to, for chit-chatting in a restaurant or buying souvenirs at the nearby Lakkar Bazaar.
Kufri and Chail, are two other scenic hill resorts, close to Shimla. Besides, Himachal Pradesh is also the gateway to the pretty Chamba region. The Himachal Pradesh Holiday Package can take you to its many well-known temples, churches, gurdwaras, and quaint monasteries. For nature lovers, this is a land of picture postcard beauty, having various wildlife sanctuaries and home to numerous flora and fauna. It is cold throughout and you can keep light woollens handy even for the summer. It would be good to re-check your ticket, hotel, and weather status a few days prior to your departure. No matter when you choose to take a Himachal Pradesh Holiday Package, we’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay there.
Near Shimla is the picturesque locale of Mandi, dotted with pretty meadows, apple orchards, and sparkling streams. Naggar, near Mandi, is known for its Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery and the Bijli Mahadev temple. The hilly region of Rewalsar, also close to Mandi, has a cave temple and the holy Rewalsar lake. Manali is another splendid hilly region with meadows, fruit-laden orchards, reputed temples, and hot water springs. Dharamshala, the Dalai Lama’s residence, is a very pretty hill station with many quaint Buddhist monasteries, of which the Karmapa temple is highly popular with tourists. Dalhousie is another hill station worth a visit.
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