Listed places of Himachal Pradesh will give you the feel of Thailand. Indian States have something for everyone. It gives you an experience of mini world. From trekking to cherishing the mesmerizing beauty of the mountains. Climbing to white water rafting, paragliding, skiing and many more. Himachal Pradesh gives you the experience of a gamut of cuisines and cultures along with breath taking beauty of the world.


It is the first place which cross my mind while planning for a vacation. It is apt for newly weds to friends and family vacations. The capital city of the land of snow gives you the view of snow-capped Himalayan range. The famous Jakhoo temple gives the best look of the entire city whereas the Christ Church provides the scenic beauty of the Himalayan range.

It is one among the best places for solo travellers as well. The streets of MG Road filled with mouth watering street food and the picturesque beauty of the mountain valley is nothing less than a bliss.

With so many perks, Shimla is definitely in list for a short break, family get away or honeymoon destination.


Are you an adventure enthusiast? If yes, then Manali is the place for you. Snow adventures of Solang Valley to a must visit of Rohtang Pass, Manali is no less than a paradise. Plan your visit right away if you need a break from the daily routine and want to rejuvenate yourself amidst lap of nature.

Adding to the charm of the city is its majestic mountain and Beas river crossing the city. Chilling with friends or getting to know your partner better, Manali is the best option for both of it. Paragliding, skiing, rafting and many other enthralling activities welcome you in Manali. If you are in love with snowfalls, December to February is the best time for you to visit the place.


Yet another hill station to detox and rejuvenate your energy is Dalhousie. Spreading across five hills near the Dhauladhar mountain range, it is a popular retreat for summer. Panchpula and Satdhara falls are the places to get some lone or family time. What can be better than spending time with your loved ones amidst the lush greenery and fresh air of mountains. With the water of the fall washing your tired feet, enjoy the scenic view of the nature around. Satdhara waterfall is also known for its medicinal properties.

Paragliding in Khajjiar is something one shouldn’t miss. It offers one in the lifetime experience of beautiful valley and the majestic mountains.


Ziplining and rappelling adventure sports, star gazing at night, trekking to Deodar jungles and night camps are few of the adventurous and memorable activities to do in Mashobra. You may even combine your Shimla and Mashobra trip as the places are nearby.

The best time to visit the place is from May to July starting. Even if you are done with most of the places of Himachal Pradesh, this place is still a wonderland to be in.

Spiti Valley

Himachal Pradesh travel is not complete if you have never been to Spiti Valley. It is the last village of India after which the Tibetan range starts. From the roads of Kaza to Spiti, to the oldest of monasteries, the clear blue sky and the water crossing the road to finally reaching Chandratal. The journey of Spiti will definitely be one among your favourites.

Trekking to Chandratal, which gives a mirror reflection of the sky and the moon is best on the day of full moon. At an altitude of 4300 m, Spiti is a place of bliss, happiness and selflove. Gift this trip to you and your loved one’s next time you decide for a break.

From Shimla to Spiti, nightlife to day adventure, detoxification to rejuvenation, Himachal Pradesh offers it all.


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