Tourism in Himachal Pradesh relates to tourism in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Himachal Pradesh is famous for its Himalayan landscapes and popular hill-stations. Many outdoor activities such as rock climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, ice-skating, and heli-skiing are popular tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh.
Pick up Delhi – 2 Nights Shimla – 3 nights Manali – 1 night Dharamshala – 2 Night Dalhousie – 1 Night Chandigarh – Drop at Delhi
Its spectacular hills are dotted with old buildings from the colonial era and the town’s bazaars flow with local life and quaint little shops. The long winding, pedestrian-only Mall Road runs along the spine of Shimla and is the heart of all the action and activity
A gift of the Himalayas to the world, Manali is a beautiful township nestled in the picturesque Beas River valley. It is a rustic enclave known for its cool climate and snow-capped mountains, offering respite to tourists escaping scorching heat of the plains .
Dharamsala is divided into two distinct areas that are separated by a 10 min, 9 km bus or jeep ride. It is a typical small Indian town that, other than for the bus station, is of little interest to tourists. One can enjoy the view while driving through. Divided into 2 parts Lower Dharamshala & Famous Meclodganj .
Named after a British Governor, Dalhousie is a quiet and charming hill resort for relaxation as well as treks. It is primarily picked by honeymooners, families and young people for holidays. Its beautiful nightlife attracts a number of tourists. Moti Tibba and Subhash Chowk are good shopping options . Minimum 2 nights required to visit Dalhousie & Khajiar.
The City Beautiful, Chandigarh is a different sort of tourist destination with a perfect mix of natural surroundings and modern day developments. There are plenty of lakes, gardens and parks in the city; in the meantime one can spend time taking a stroll along the clean and broad walkways of the city