Enjoying and exploring Himachal Pradesh
Posted on Jan 07, 2014 by rohit.mahajan.52 | India | Comments
Himachal Pradesh is located in the western Himalayan mountain range. The state has an enormous variety of natural beauty to offer, like the snowy mountains peaks, cascading rivers, streams, tranquil forests, temples and monasteries, the beautiful valleys of Lahaul and Spiti. The state is located in the Northern India. The state is visited by many people who come to see the beautiful hill stations of Dalhousie, Manali, and Khajjiar, Shimla, McLeodganj and Dharamsala, Lahaul and the Spiti valley. The trek which leads to the Changthang or the Tso Moriri in Ladakh can also be accessed from this state.
One can explore and enjoy the beauty of the think pine forests, flower filled meadows, conifer clad mountains, and deep valleys. The state is visited by a lot many numbers of people in the summer season. There are many other places to be visited like Kangra Valley, Kufri, Kullu-Manali, Dharamsala/McLeodganj, Lahual and Spiti. These places keep on attracting the tourists every year.
For trekking people also visit the challenging trek of Chandratal. The state is well known for Hills.Shimla is also referred to as the “Queen of Hills”. This is one of the most beautiful hill stations in Himachal Pradesh and a favorite holiday destination. Shimla is known for its peaceful environment, and a host of fun-filled activities. The hill station is visited by honeymooners and couples all throughout the year.Khajjiar is another popular hill station, also known as the “Switzerland of India”.
The place is hidden under the lush green forests of thick pine and deodar. One can visit Spiti by taking the road after crossing Rohtang pass via Kunzum Pass and there is one more route from Shimla via Narkanda-Tabo. Some trekkers even undertake the arduous Chandratal-Tso Moriri trek to Ladakh region in Jammu and Kashmir.While visiting Manali, one can enjoy various adventure activities like mountain biking, rock climbing, trekking, mountaineering and rafting.Dharamshala is known as the center of Tibetan Buddhism a very picturesque hill station, and is home to Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government, is located in the foothills of Dhauladhar mountain range.
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I love to travel a lot as I consider myself a mad backpacker , I have explore many new destinations and places One of the most important obligations for this kind of work is a hanker to journey and experience new environments and cultures. Physical stamina, an observant brain and gifts for descriptive language are just a couple of the qualities essential for becoming a journey author.