Places to Visit in Himachal

alchi monastery, adventure tours Capital of Himachal Pradesh and one of India's most famous hill stations, named from Goddess Shyamala, the deity of power and wrath. Shimla is a perfect heaven for those in search of tranquility. Nature has blessed this capital and makes Shimla one of India's best destinations.

vashist temple manali, adventure tours One of the most beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Manali is extremely popular with tourists for its lavish display of unspoilt natural beauty. Rich in its scenic splendor, Manali draws a number of tourists from within the country and abroad every year.

kufri himachal, adventure tours Kufri is a noted summer and winter resort with its glorious views of forested slopes and tall ranges iced in a covering of perpetual snow. A fine ski resort, Kufri has a winter season that extends from January to March. A sparkling winter sports festival is held each year in February

mcleodganj, dharamshala, adventure tours Dharamshala, which literally means 'The Holy Refuge', lies perched up on the high slopes in the upper reaches of the Kangra valley. This hill station is developed by the British to beat the heat and dust of the sweltering plains. Today, it is famous as the abode of the Dalai Lama and is known throughout the world as the Little Lhasa, because of the large number of Tibetans and their 'Government in Exile', which is headquartered here.

khajjar dalhousie, adventure tours Dalhousie also one of the best hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Attractive cottages and villas cling to the deodar and pine mantled hills of Dalhousie, while pink and red rhododendrons bloom and trees stand tall in different shades of green.

karsha monastery, adventure tours The small town of Kangra is set amongst the picturesque settings of the Kangra valley at the foothills of the majestic Dhauladhar range. The area around Kangra is known for its ancient temples and picturesque surroundings, which attract tourists.

chitkul village, adventure tours Chitkul is a beautiful village in Baspa valley and the last inhabited village near India-Tibet border, the Indian road ends here. It is famous for Potatoes, which grown at Chitkul are one of the best in the world and are very costly. Chitkul located on the bank of Baspa River and the last village on the old Hindustan-Tibet trade route. It is also the last point in India one can travel to without a permit.

naggar castle, adventure tours Naggar is situated on left bank of the Beas river at an altitude if 1768 mt. Nestling on a wooden slope, it commands a splendid and extensive view of the valley. Nagar was the capital of Kullu Rajas for about 1400 years. The Paintings of late Nicolas Roerich can be seen at the Roerich museum of paintings in a white-washed villa set in the jewel-like garden. Naggar Castle, huge beautiful building which serves as Castle Hotel is of great attraction. This castle was constructed during the region of Raja Sidh Singh. Stones used were brought from fort, situated on the other side of Naggar.

Spiti Valley
spiti valley, adventure toursSpiti, which literally means the "middle land" lies on the Indian Border with Tibet. It lies across the main range of the Himalaya, which is known as the trans-himalaya. One route from the south, along the valleys from Kinnaur traditionally allowed easy access to Spiti. It traveled along the Satluj and later along the Spiti river. Spiti is bounded on the east by Tibet, on the south by Kinnau on the west Kullu and on the north by Ladakh.