Top Destinations in Himachal

Exquisite Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh or the “Land of Snows” as it is known is famous for its majestic scenic beauty. Its vast expanse of snow-clad mountains gives a serene and blessed feeling to the mind. One feels like one is in the abode of clouds and snow and somewhere near to heaven. You shall feel elated to have a trip to Himachal and can beat the scorching heat, especially if you are going there in the summer. Pack your woolens well to enable you to play and skate in the snows. Come to make the thrilling trip to the bosom of Himalayas.

Chopta Valley View

How to come to the Himachal

If you are in Panipat, avail reliable taxi service in Panipat to take you to the northern end of Panipat. Panipat is the historic place where the three battles have been fought. Though the old remnants of the battlefield are no longer present.

On reaching the Northern end of Panipat, you will find many cabs that await to take the passengers to Himachal. The first destination is Manali from where you can go to the different places of Himachal Pradesh. We booked a cab from Panipat to Manali. Beas river crosses by the region.

The Visit

Day 1

Make a fifteen days’ trip and visit Manali first. Manali is over 6700 feet high and is covered with deep snow. The places to visit are Rohtang Pass, Hadimba Devi temple, Manu temple, Solang valley, and beautiful Tibetan monasteries. Come to the Solang valley and enjoy the serenity of nature in its vast expanse.

Day2

From Manali, come to Kullu. Visit the Great Himalayan National Park to get a glimpse of the Himalayan flora and fauna.  Visit the Parvati Valley, the temples in the region like the Bijli Mahadev Temple and Basheshwar Mahadev Temple. Do not forget to visit the Bhrigu Lake, Kasol and Sultanpur Palace.

Day 3

On the third day, it is better to come to Shimla. Visit the Daranghati Sanctuary and Shimla State Museum. Take a trip to the Jakhoo hill, Summer hill, the Mail Road, Christ Church, Solan,  Kufri, and Annandale.

Day 4

Come to Chamba. Visit the Bhuri Singh Museum and Akhand Chandi  Palace. Visit also the Chamunda Devi Temple, Champavati Temple, and Lakshmi Narayan Temple.

Day 5

Visit the Dharamshala which is a mountain in the snow with mountains on one side and the other side bounded by valleys.

The places of interest are Kerri Lake and Dal Lake, Niddi Valley, Kangra Fort and Museum, Gyuto and Namgyal Monastery, Masrur and Suglagchang Complex.

Day 6

Come to Dalhousie to enjoy the beautiful hill station. Visit the Ganji Pahari, the Chamera Lake, Subhash Baoli, Kalatop wildlife reserve, Sach Pass, Kajjhar, Garam Sadak and Panchpula.

Day 7

Visit the Kangra Fort and in the way take a glimpse of the Taragarh palace, Nurpur, Indrahar lake, Tatwani Hotspring, Nadaun, Kaveri and Maharana Pratap Sagar Lake, Gopalpur Nature Park, and Taragarh Palace.

Day 8

Come to Kasauli and visit the Mall to pick up your souvenir. Visit the Sunset Point at dusk to get a glimpse of the beautiful sunset on the mountains. Visit the Krishna Bhavan Mandir, Shri Baba Balak Nath Temple, and the Christ Church and Gurkha Fort.

Day 9

The next destination should be Hrimpur. The places to visit are Deotsidh Temple, Awah Devi Temple, Sujanpur Tihra and the Bilkeshwar Temple.

Day 10

Wrap up your ten-day visit with the visit to Solan. The places to visit will be Karol Tibba, Mohan Shakti National Park, the Mall Road, The Shalooni Mata temple and Motilal Nehru State Library.

Conclusion

This trip will give you a fulfilling sense of mountain visit. If you can spend more time on the hills or have a plan for a long vacation, do not forget to visit Parwanoo, Paragpur, Sirmaur Chail and Una.

Your trip will be a journey to cherish for long and will give you that break from the mundane world which you so badly deserve at times.

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