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Himachal Pradesh 



Shimla is a picturesque hill station situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is known for its serene and peaceful atmosphere, surrounded by majestic Himalayan peaks and lush green forests. Shimla offers breathtaking views of the snow-clad mountains, cascading waterfalls, and lush green valleys. It is the perfect destination for a calming and romantic getaway, with plenty of opportunities for sightseeing and adventure. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful and relaxing holiday or an exciting and adventurous escape, Shimla is the perfect destination for all your travel needs.

Christ Church

 Kali Bari Temple

Shri Hanuman Mandir Jakhoo

Viceregal Lodge

Mall Road |

Scandal Point Lakkar Bazar

Himalayan Bird Park

Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex Shimla

Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple

Gorton Castle 


Solan is the headquarters of Solan district. The district derives its name from Solan town which came into existence after the construction of the cantonment here around last quarter of the 19th Century. The Mohan Meakins brewery was set up after the establishment of the cantonment here. The brewery was set up in the year 1855. The town has been headquarters of the princely Baghat State. The word Baghat is derived from Bau or Bahu said to be a hilly term meaning “many” and ghat meaning pass. Initially the state headquarters of the Baghat State was located at Bhoch in the Bhuchali pargana, but the headquarters of the state was shifted to Solan after the construction of cantonment over here. The railway line became functional 100 years before i.e. in 1902. Thus the evolution of the town can be spelt out in the following order or sequence:-

  • Setting up of a cantonment area at Solan.

  • Establishment of a brewery on account of availability of excellent mineral water in the year 1855.

  • Shifting of the headquarters of Baghat State from Bhoch to Solan.

  • Start of Kalka-Shimla rail line in 1902.

  • The Urban local body i.e. M.C. Solan came into existence around 1950.


Kasauli Baptist Church

The Lawrence School – Sanawar

Jatoli Temple:-
Mohan National Heritage Park:-

Arki Fort

Nalagarh Fort

Snowcapped Mountains


With spectacular valleys, breathtaking views, snowcapped mountains, and lush forests of oak, deodar, and pine, Manali is a magical hill station at the northern end of Kullu valley in Himachal Pradesh. Gifted to the world by the mighty Himalayas, it is known to be one of the most popular destinations for Honeymooners. Manali offers magnificent views of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, covered in a thick blanket of snow for most of the year.

Over the last few years, Manali has evolved into a place loved by young people looking for more extended stays. With ambient cafes, good wifi availability, small eateries, and convenient shops, Old Manali is among the favorite neighborhood for such people. In addition, many homestays and hostels offer dorm beds for cheap for longer durations. 

Apart from vacations and workations, Manali is a must-visit for trekkers, as it's an excellent base for exploring this side of the Himalayas. River Beas provides great rafting options in the nearby town of Kullu. Adjoining the Parvati river lies the Parvati Valley, with  Kasol, Manikaran, Tosh, and small villages attracting travelers for extended stays. Atal Tunnel allows travelers to reach Sissu within a few hours, making Spiti more accessible. 

Tourists flock to Rohtang Pass & Solang valley for various adventure activities, including skiing, paragliding, horse-riding & zorbing. It snows the most in January & February, followed by December and March. If you're fortunate, you might find some snow in April.

Rohtang Pass
Solang Nullah
Hidimba Devi Temple
Vashisht Village 
Brighu Lake 
Himalayan Nyinmapa Buddhist Monastery
Manu Temple, Old Manali
Jagat Sukh Village 
Nehru Kund 

Manali Wildlife sanctuary



Dalhousie is one of the most famous hill stations of Himachal Pradesh. It stretches itself leisurely through the five mountains, Kathlog, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora. It was established by Lord Dalhousie in 1850, and there are many things that remind you of its colonial past. Sightseeing though, is one of the many ways of keeping yourself busy here.

Those visiting Dalhousie do so to be in the company of nature, and it keeps them company always. It doesn’t matter which part of the town you may be in, the sight of snowcapped peaks of Dhauladhar Range greet you constantly. The clouds embrace the mountains in the distance, while the greenery of the landscape is brought out by the sun’s rays in another. This contrast lightens the mood and cheers you up. A trip to Dalhousie is largely about sightseeing, because the landscape lends itself perfectly to this activity.

Dainkund Peak
Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary
Panchpula waterfall
Ganji Pahari trekking camping Dalhousie
Chamera Dam
St. John's Church
Shakti Peeth Chamunda Devi Temple
Indo Tibetan Market



Dharamsala is located in the district of Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. What many people don’t know is that there are two parts of the city. One is known as Lower Dharamshala, which is its commercial center and dotted with markets, courts and the famous Kotwali Bazaar, where you come across items of everyday use. Upper Dharamshala is home to Mcleodganj as well as other structures which remind you of its colonial past. The two different parts of the city have something different to offer. As a tourist, it offers you the opportunity to unwind and take in the beauty of the surroundings.

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamshala

St. John in the Wilderness
The Tibet Museum
Tsuglagkhang Complex Dalai Lama Temple
Namgyal Monastery
Dharamshala Skyway
Maa Chintpurni Temple
Dal Lake


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