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Tourist Attractions
Himachal Pradesh has so many beautiful locations to visit. But the most beautiful and attractive locations are mentioned in our "Main Attractions" segment. One can have the detailed information about the places and hotels in those particular locations which will certainly help you while planning your tour to the Himachal Pradesh.
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Kufri - Shimla
Kufri is a paradise for adventure lover, it is located at 16km east of shimla. Kufri is a prime location for winter sports in Himachal Pradesh due to its ski-runs, Kufri offer unique ski slopes from December to February. The winter sports of kufri became popular due to the efforts of some local youngsters about 20 years ago.
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Manali is situated at the northern end of the kullu valley. It is a popular tourist destination at 40km away from kullu to the north and 280km from shimla, situated at the national higway that leads to Leh. According to the hindu legend it was named after the sage Manu. Manali is an excellent place for a holiday with a breathtaking landscape. One sees well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas river with its clear water meanders through the...
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Dharamsala is perched on the high slopes in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley. The town is divided into two distinct and widely separated sections, Upper and Lower Dharamsala, which differ almost a thousand metres in height. Dharamsala over looks the plains and is surrounded by dense pine trees and Deodar forests. A nearby snowline with numerous streams and cool healthy atmosphere makes the surroundings very attractive. The Pime locat...
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Keylong is located along the Manali–Leh road, about 7 km north east of intersection of the Chandra Valley, the Bhaga Valley, and the Chenab Valley; on the banks of Bhaga River. Keylong (or Kyelong or Kyelang) is the administrative centre of the Lahul and Spiti district some 120 kilometres from the Indo-Tibetan border. It is cut off from the outside world from November to April, due to heavy snowfall at Rohtang Pass. It has been described a...
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Baspa/Sangla Valley
Baspa valley is also called Sangla valley is the most beautiful valley of Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It starts from Karcham where the Baspa river coming from the ease joins the Satluj river. This valley is full of wooded slopes, and surrounded by green fields and high mountains. The link road that goes off the National Highway no.22 into the Sangla and Baspa valley offers a glorious vista at every curve. At the height of 2800 met...
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Dalhousie is a gorgeous hill station located on the western border of the Dhaula Dhar Range of the great Himalayas. It was Established in 1854 by the British Empire in India as a summer retreat for its troops and bureaucrats, the town was named after Lord Dalhousie who was the British Viceroy in India at that time. Dalhousie is the most famous hill station of Himanchal Pradesh Nestled on the spur at the western end of Dhauladhar. Beside ...
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Situated at an attitude of 2708 meters on the Hindustan Tibet road (NH - 22). Narkanda, located amidst fragrant pine forests is a ski resort in winter. It has a choice of slopes ranging from a beginners run and slalom slope, to sharper descents for the experienced skier. It commands an unique view of the eternal snow line, the inviting apple orchards and dense forests. It is slightly higher than Shimla (7,400 feet) and the road linking ...
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It is 45 kms. from Kullu and just 3 kms. from Kasol, is famous for its hot springs. Thousands of people take their holy dip in its hot waters. The water is so hot that dal, rice and vegetables etc. can be boiled in it. According to an old legend, Manikaran is connected with Lord Shiva and his divine consort, Parbati, who lost her earrings, while taking bath. When she reported this to Lord Shiva, he looked at the 'Kund' water with great anger, w...
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Hatu Peak
Snow covered Hatu Peak in Narkanda town of Himachal Pradesh is attracting tourists from all across India. Situated 11,152 feet above the sea level, Hatu peak fascinates the tourists with its beautiful and captivating winter sceneries. This peak offers a panoramic view of the snowline.
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Naldehra hill station is nestled between the beautiful lofty ranges of the Himalays. It is a picture perfect destination. The blue skies, lush green forests and an occasional rainbow thrown in makes the place look like it has been painted on a canvas. Naldehra remained unnoticed till the beginning of this century when the British viceroy, Lord Curzon, discovered it. The natural beauty of this place is totally mesmerizing. While ex...
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Tourist Attractions
» Kufri - Shimla
» Manali
» Dharamshala
» Keylong
» Baspa/Sangla Valley
» Dalhousie
» Narkanda
» Manikaran
» Hatu Peak
» Naldehra
» Reckong Peo
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