The winters are very chill in Himachal and summers are warm over here. The best time to visit Himachal is during spring that falls between February to April.
There are 3 Domestic Airports in Himachal in Shimla, Kullu and Dharamshala which is well connected with Delhi and Chandigarh.
The very famous NESCO World Heritage Kalka-Shimla Railway and another one is Pathankot–Jogindernagar are very famous attraction of Himachal. Owing to its topography there is very little penetration of rails; there are no direct trains from Mumbai, Kolkata or any other metro cities there are direct trains from Delhi to Himachal.
The hilly terrain of Himachal is well connected through roads. However if travelling by road one must be know that some roads are closed during monsoon and winters due to landslides and snow
Himachal Pradesh the multicultural, multilingual and multi-religious state is of breathtaking beauty. Himachal Pradesh has been inhabited by various clans in the past right from Indus Valley Civilization and hence it boosts of a very rich history.
Christ Church (Shimla)
The Ridge (Shimla)
Jakhu Temple (Shimla)
Lakkar Bazar (Shimla)
Rohtang Pass (Manali)
Old Manali (Manali)
Hidimba Devi Temple (Manali)
Adventure Sports at Solang Nal (Manali)
Manali is situated at the Beas or Vyas river a magical spot which will leave you spell bound. Rohtang Pass is the biggest attraction around Manali which is located at an altitude of 3979m (13,050 ft) above sea level. Other attractions are Beas Kund – an igloo shaped temple, Hadimba Temple located at the foot of Himalayas is surrounded by beautiful cedar forest. Kalath Hot Water Springs & Vashist Hot Water Springs is a must visit destination to enjoy natural sulphur spring. A visit to Solang valley to indulge in the Ski and many more attractions to keep you enthralled on your holiday.
Ideal time to visit the captil of Himachal Pradesh Shimla is between April to May or December to January. The mall is the main attraction of Shimla which is completely a shoppers paradise. Other attractions are the Tara Devi Temple, the Sankat Mochan Temple, Jakhu Temple (which is situated at the top of Jakhu hill).
Once a British hill resort and now the settlement hub of Tibetan refugees famous for its celebrity resident – the holy Dalai Lama. There are various
Think of Jaisalmer and the Great Thar Desert comes in your mind. The biggest attraction of Jaisalmer is Jaisalmer Fort and havelis of the rich merchants. The most prominent feature of Jaisalmer are its architectural splendors and rich heritage. It is a beautiful historic city in the heart of sanddunes.
Located at an altitude of 1230m, Kullu is known as travelers Paradise in Himachal Pradesh. If you want to experience the ancient tradition at its best; Kullu is a not to be missed destination for you. Kullu has also become famous for many adventure sports like trekking, river-rafting, skiing, mountaineering.
Looking for some de-stress time with serene atmosphere – Dalhousie welcomes you. It is an ideal hill station for honeymooners who are looking for quiet long walks and treks admist natural beauty.