Top 5 Places to Visit in Himachal Pradesh


Make Sure You Explore These Himachali Hot Spots

Holidays are just around the corner, everyone around you is talking about going on a family vacation and the increasing summer heat is also encouraging you to plan a holiday. Now you’re thinking what could be the perfect choice for you? Where you can relax, and actually chill without sweating? Hills of Himachal Pradesh can pretty much offer you varied temperature variation, from snow fall (negative temperature), to 5 degree Celsius, to a good vibrant 25 degree Celsius.

This northern hill station is known for its climate, food, folk legends, adventures and culture. This is the peak season when you can experience rides like river rafting, high jumping, trekking etc. So better contact your group now, and book flight tickets in advance to avail benefits of cheap airfare. Himachal is also known as the land of Gods, where you will find many popular temples, Gurudwaras, monasteries and churches. It was the holiday hub of Britishers, whose architectural works and churches can still be seen here. We have listed a few places in Himachal you should be visiting this summer.

5 Places You Should Visit In Himachal Pardesh

  1. Kullu Manali


Kullu city is located in the banks of Beas River. If you are searching for a little relaxation and fresh air, then this is the place for you. Experience the cold weather and greenery on the snow covered mountain range around you. You can bring out the child in you, by indulging in adventure sports near the Solang Valley. Explore the wildlife, by visiting the bird sanctuary in Manali. You can go camping, trekking, and river rafting in the Beas River in Kullu. You can get here in a cheap airfare, from the nearest airport, using a car or bus, from Chandigarh. Both Kullu and Manali, have some popular religious temples, which we recommend you to explore.

Some of the places we recommend you to visit, while staying here include; Parvati Valley, Raison, Shoja, Sultanpur Palace and Basheshwar Mahadev Temple.

  1. Shimla


Shimla is one of the most famous and popular hill stations in India, it is a perfect mix of British sophistication and Indian glory. One can easily see the colonial influence which is reflected by the city.  Shimla is surrounded by snow capped Himalayan ranges, with beautiful lakes and rich greenery to be seen all around. Shimla is a favorite tourist spot for many, mostly visited in peak winters. Some of the popular places you should visit include Jakhoo Hill, Shimla State Museum, Christ Church, Kufri, Wild Flower Hall, Annandale, Chadwick Falls and many more.

Mall Road, is one of the busiest street in the town, with some of the best educational universities and restaurants. Small bakeries around this area are known for selling the best blue berry cakes.

Shimla is popular for its food, Mall road and snow fall. You can use a horse to explore the place and its eternal beauty. Book your group tickets now to gain some cheap airfare benefits. The nearest airport is 22 Km away from Shimla.

  1. Bir Billing

Bir Billing spots

This is a paradise for adventure seekers, and mecca for those who want to get involved in adventure sports. This place deserves to be on the top of your list, while visiting Himachal Pradesh. It is a small village, located across the western side of the state, which has constant refreshing weather conditions throughout the year. The closest airport here is located in Gaggal, which is approximately 45 minutes away from Bir. Book your tickets now, with a cheap airfare brand, and experience the adrenaline rush through your veins while Para-gliding above the scenic beauty of Himachal.

Apart from its adventurous sports, Bir is also surrounded by beautiful monasteries, which are located in Bhattu and ChauntraBhattu. Just about 10 Km from Billing, there is Vaidyanath devoted to Lord Shiva located, which was carved in 13th century. You can also learn something from your trip, by visiting Palampur Tea Cooperative, where you can learn the tea making process through a free tour.

  1. Dharamshala


Dharmshala is often referred as Indian Scotland, as both these places offer a similar view, with snow- clad mountains everywhere, surrounding the beautiful valleys. Majority of mountains here, measure over 4000 m of height, by which you can imagine, the exquisite view which will be visible from the top. Tree gardens and Pine Trees are covered in snow, which radiates magic in the air.

Here are list of a couple of places that you can’t miss while traveling to Dharamshala: Triund Trek, Bhagsunag Waterfall Dal Lake, Chruch of St. John, Tea Gardens, McLeod Ganj and Masroor rock cut temple. Nearest airport is located a couple kilometers away from the airport. You can avail some offers and gain cheap airfare tickets to the place if you book your flights in advance.

  1. Kasauli


The heavenly hill station looks exactly the same, as described by Khushwant Singh, an author who has referred to the beauty of Kasauli in his books quite a few times. You can see and feel the British crisp in the air here, which is reflected in its architecture and clipped discipline in the ambiance. Gilbert Trail in the area is one of the most beautiful and peaceful place in Kasauli, where you can enjoy and connect to your soul, while sipping a cup of tea. It is located just on the outskirts of Haryana and Punjab, with well connected roads, which make it a popular weekend hot spot for youngsters. The nearest airport to Kasauli is located about 70 Km away, in Chandigarh. You can search discount coupons or cash-backs to gain some cheap airfare offer. Anglican Church and Monkey point are the two most popular sites you should definitely visit, while staying here.


These are some of the most beautiful cities in Himachal Pradesh, which should be visited at least once by every Indian. So what are you waiting for? Call your friends and family, and plan a trip today, as you will be saving quite a lot by cheap airfare and advance bookings.


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