Tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh that are worth visiting

Himachal Pradesh is a state located north of India known for its cool climate and mountainous terrain. The place is perfect for those who want to hike and ski as well as for people who want to reinforce their spirituality through the numerous temples around the area. The perfect setting for peaceful living, Himachal Pradesh warmly welcomes visitors who want to have a different kind of adventure and those who want some staycation.

Looking to cool down in this part of India? Royal Tours and Travels has some recommendations for you to check out:

Kullu

Kullu is often described as ‘magical’ by travel bloggers due to its wonderful scenery. The all-natural features of Kullu make it perfect for adventure junkies who want to experience both the mountain and the river. White water rafting, angling, mountaineering, and paragliding can be enjoyed in this place.

Some of the most recommended tourist spots at Kullu include the Great Himalayan National Park, Shoja, and The Castle at Naggar. The national park is the seventh UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site, Shoja is the highest point of Kullu, and The Castle used to be the home of the Raja of Kullu and is now a hotel.

Dharamshala

Snow-capped mountains are the drawcard of Dharamshala, with travel bloggers calling the place ‘the Scotland of India’. If the magnificent views don’t inspire you to appreciate the natural world, perhaps becoming connected through meditation will do the trick. Dharamshala is home to thousands of priceless manuscripts stored in the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives.

The Thekchen Choling Temple, the spiritual centre for Tibetan Buddhism, is located in this place. Dharamshala is also the home of the Dalai Lama and the exiled Tibetan government. Aside from being a spiritually peaceful location, Dharamshala is a great place to trek. Multiple acclimation points are available for explorers who want to roam the mountains.

Kangra

Kangra is a historical site in India with the place even mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. The valley site is filled with temples and forts that serve as monuments to the great battles that happened in the place back in the 11th and 19th centuries. A lake and a hot spring can also be accessed in Kangra.

There is also the Taragarh Palace which used to be the summer resort of the Royal Family of Jammu and Kashmir. In 1971, the palace was developed into a heritage hotel. The Indrahar Pass, meanwhile, takes you to the outskirts of Kangra, close to the neighbouring district of Chamba.

It only takes one flight from Delhi to get to Himachal Pradesh, making it even more worthwhile to visit the five places on this list. Who knew South Asia has something cool to go to other than Mt Everest? Himachal Pradesh is always open for ascents, descents, and everything in between! 

Visit Royal Tours and Travels if you are interested in going to this place and need some guidance.

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