Explore fascinating natural surroundings in Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh, a beautiful state in North India, is visited by many domestic and foreign travellers every year. Most of them are fascinated by the amazing diversity that it possesses. They come across rolling foothills at some places, while there are serene pine forests in other areas. Some honeymoon packages offered by travel companies cover its fabulous hill stations and attractive apple orchards in their itineraries. A host of adventurous activities can also be enjoyed by tourists in the Himalayan ranges that form a part of this state.

Dalhousie

In western part of Himachal Pradesh lies a famous hill station called Dalhousie, which still exudes an old world charm. Named after a nineteenth century British Governor-general known as Lord Dalhousie, this place has an elevation of 2,036 metres above sea-level. One can enjoy panoramic views of the plains while touring this region. Another great place worth visiting is Khajjiar, which is fondly referred to as 'India's Switzerland' by many tourists. Dharamshala, Kangra district's principal township, is the headquarters of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. A large Tibetan community have made this hill town their home, and travellers would witness their unique culture while on a visit to this place. Various hotel deals available on leading travel portals help travellers to explore all these wonderful places while enjoying their Vacation in Himachal Pradesh.

Khajjiar "India's Switzerland"
 A standard holiday package of Himachal Pradesh offered by the travel portals would include sight-seeing tours that cover most of the well-known tourist locations. Accommodation is arranged in some of the best vacation resorts or hotels in the state. They are well-equipped with all the latest facilities that guests expect to have during their stay. Buffet breakfasts and dinners are provided in them as a part of these holiday packages. The sight-seeing trips and transfers are conducted in exclusive air-conditioned vehicles.

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