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Himachal Tour

Himachal Pradesh : A Paradise On Earth

The word “Himachal Pradesh” comes from the Sanskrit word “Hima” which means “Snow”. And also the literal meaning of the State’s name is in the lap of Himalayas.Himachal, also known in the ancient scriptures as Dev Bhoomi - the Land of Gods, is a place of immense natural beauty and spiritual calm. Primarily a mountain country, Himachal is endowed with cool and clear lakes, lofty mountains, ancient and beautiful temples and of course people who are as innocent as nature itself.The state is landlocked with the Tibetan plateau to the east, Jammu and Kashmir to the north, and the Punjab to the west.The shadowy valleys, rugged crags, glaciers and gigantic pines and roaring rivers and exquisite flora and fauna compose the symphony that is for ever Himachal.From vast tracts of high-altitude Trans-Himalayan desert to dense green deodar forests, from apple orchards to cultivated terraces, from snow capped high Himalayan mountain ranges to snow fed lakes and gushing rivers.

Travel to Himachal Pradesh by Air: Himachal Pradesh has three airports at Gaggal, Bhuntar and Jubbarhatti, which connect the state to Delhi and Chandigarh via regular flights by Indian Airlines, Kingfisher Red, MDLR Airlines, and Jagson Airlines. Travel to Himachal Pradesh by Rail: Kalka is the most important railway station in Himachal Pradesh. A narrow-gauge railway track connects Kalka with the capital city, Shimla. The longest railway line is from Pathankot in Punjab to Jogindernagar in Himachal Pradesh. There are a few other railway tracks also passing through important destinations in the state. Travel to Himachal Pradesh by Road: Himachal Pradesh has a very good road network, which connect all popular destinations of the state to the major cities of North India. During monsoons, a few roads are closed in fear of landslides. Himachal Pradesh operates deluxe buses and luxury coaches from all prime cities of North India.


Things to Do on Himachal Tour

Every tour to Himachal is a surprise package in itself. There is so much to do in and around Himachal to entice tourists from every possible corner of the world: Cuisines of Himachal: If you are a foodie then cuisines of Himachal Pradesh will surely tempt you. Varying from vegetarian to non-vegetarian food, to the food prepared during festivals, the Himachal Pradesh cuisines has to offer a lot to everyone. Besides you can also enjoy the traditional Himachal cuisine, sweets and desserts with the variety of tea preparation from the famous restaurants and hotels of Himachal and know about how to cook the famous delicacies during the cuisine festivals of H.P

Eco-tourism in Himachal: Himachal Pradesh is a mountainous area located in western Himalayas. The state is famous for its greenery, culture, and hill stations. Moreover, Himachal represents a rich part of Himalayan bio-diversity and ecosystem. Places like Shimla, Kullu Manali, Dharmshala not only attract tourists from India but from different parts of the world. Tree Houses in Himachal: Tree House Cottages is a unique, one-of-a-kind family-run cottage service, set in the picturesque Kullu-Manali valley,Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India.Exuding warmth and beauty, the Tree House Cottage, sits like a crown in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Aesthetically designed and tastefully decorated, the tree cottages have a certain rustic charm to it.The view of the Himalayan Mountains from these cottages is overwhelming to the eyes whereas hot.

Himachal Fairs and Festivals & Hill Stations in Himachal

Himachal Fairs and Festivals: Himachal Pradesh is a very diverse and peaceful state in India. Various fairs and festivals are celebrated in Himachal round the year. There are about 2000 deities which are worshipped in Himachal and different fairs and festivals are held in their honour. In many parts of the Himachal the village Gods are carried on palanquins to village fairs. During these fairs and festivals, the people gather in large groups and dance on the tune of the folk songs of the Himachal.

Hill Stations in Himachal : Himachal Pradesh is the State of India bordered to Tibet region on the east, there are hundreds of tallest mountains, this is one of the coldest place in India, and well known for it’s natural beauty.The mountains are standing from 350 meters to 7,000 meters. Lakes, Huge Mountain ranges, ice snow and Rivers are the prime attraction here, Himachal pradesh is the Top Place that owns some of the Mojor Hill Station in India Like kullu, Manali, Shimla, Dharamshala Mcleodganj, Chamba Khajjiar Dalhousie ect. some famous Hill Station located in Himachal Pradesh.