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Himachal Pradesh literally means a snow-laden area, is a northern state in the Indian Territory. It is rich in culture, heritage, and natural beauty. With snow-capped peaks, fruit orchards, gushing rivers, and enlightening temples, it attracts tourists from all over the world. The place is a famous summer retreat and honeymoon destination for Indians. The crisp Himalayan air offers a bunch of adventure activities to explore the celestial land. Visitors long to extend their stay to enjoy the ambiance and tranquility provided by the pristine natural beauty.

Here is the list of top 10 destinations for tourists to help them plan a better Himachal Pradesh trip.

Shimla:

This snow capital of India is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. The eminent tourist destination is surrounded by hills, mountains, and mystical woods. The city boasts of buildings styled in colonial architecture and heritage. Since it resides on top of 7 hills it is aptly named as Queen of hills. The winter season brings tourists who enjoy snowfall and skiing activities while the summer season is for chilling away from scorching Indian summers. The thick Himalayan forests reveal the mixed charm of oak, deodar trees and flowering plants which bring hue and color to the otherwise snow-covered land.

Kullu:

The beautiful valley of Kullu is scenic with forests and apple orchards which make it a paradise for visitors. The place has got its name from kulanthpeeth which means the end of inhabitable land during the time celestial beings. It lies on the banks of River Beas and falls between lower and greater Himalayan ranges. It is filled with adventure activities namely trekking, skiing, mountaineering, and white rafting. The best time to see the cultural festivals is right before Dussehra which falls in the month of October.

Manali:

The beautiful hill station of Manali is a dream destination and a popular summer retreat for any domestic or international tourist. With picturesque mountains, valleys, winding roads and gushing waterfalls, it offers pleasant nature in its lap with exotic wildlife and forests. It is a hub for activities related to adventure sports at Rohtang pass which shows a breathtaking view of glaciers, lakes, and valleys.

Dharamsala:

Located in the pristine and scenic valley of Kangra, Dharamsala is a cold and tranquil hill station known for its temples and monasteries. The name literally means resting place for weary travelers and pilgrims. It is the home to Dalai Lama, a famous Buddhist monk. The place is always thriving with Tibetan and Hindu culture along with museums, art galleries, and handicrafts. The lush greenery is a visual treat for nature lovers along with other tourist attractions.

Kasauli:

This hill station is a cantonment town which is famous for its architectural buildings from the British Colonial rule. The town is quiet which makes it a rejuvenating tourist spot for weary travelers. Indulge in the greenery of nature at Kasauli and plan for a trek to get the best view of mountains and valleys. Relax your mind in this calm town with flower gardens, artistic buildings, and tinted churches. The dense woods are home to exotic flora and fauna which enhances the natural beauty of the place. Chill down at a resort and indulge in local festivities which occur during the month of June.

Chamba:

The town sprawled across the river Beas, is a major refreshing valley with fine temples and picturesque surroundings. The culture and traditions are well preserved in this locality making it a popular spot for museums. The valley is rich in natural resources is brimming with milk and honey. The river Ravi cuts through the town which adds beauty to the wildlife sanctuaries and local temples. The rich stone engraved temples are a sight to behold for every visitor.

Dalhousie:

The small hill station of Dalhousie is a refreshing summer retreat with snowcapped peaks and cool forests. A walk into dense forests or a trek of the surrounding hills gives peace and clarity of thoughts to visitors. Being located at the western end of Dhauldhar mountain ranges it provides a panoramic view of rivers, valleys and mountain slopes. Karelanu, a natural spring located in this region is a major tourist attraction with magical healing properties of its water. The months from March to May are pleasant to visit this hill station.

Kangra:

This ancient city is the most populated in Himachal Pradesh. Founded by the Katoch rajas, the city got its name from the ancient surgeons who were popular in the kingdom for their plastic surgery skills. It lies in the lower Himalayan ranges with lush greenery as opposed to the snow covered places. Fort, museums and Buddhist monasteries are some cool tourist attractions to indulge in this city. The tea gardens and pristine nature attracts tourists from worldwide to see the dynasties once ruled by ancient kings.

Kasol:

Kasol is snuggled in the lap of Parvati valley with its river gurgling alongside the valley. The fertile landscape of Himalayas with blue-tinged clear skies lets you rejuvenate in its nature. A stroll along the frothing Parvati River and looming pine forests is the best way to spend an afternoon with river water tickling your feet. With Israeli inhabitants and hippies floating all around, the place has an exotic vibe attached in its culture and shopping. The popular activities in Kasol are camping in the woods, trekking, and shopping.

Mohan Shakti Heritage Park:

Located in the midst of mountains, this heritage park is the first of its kind in northern India. It is home to gorgeous landscapes, archeological sites, temples, ayurvedic centers and theme parks. The ambiance is clean and clear with attractive statues and forts. With an initiation to revive the Vedic and ancient heritage, the park is a major tourist attraction for portraying Indian culture.

Explore the breathtaking scenic beauty of Himachal Pradesh with Bharat Darshan Tourism and dwell in the lap of snow-clad nature. Embrace Indian culture by indulging in local festivals and native delicacies.