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Himachal in nutshell! what you need to know about it...

Himachal is a natural beauty and adventure spot . These are the main reason that people from across the world come to visit Himachal pradesh It is an ideal destination to enjoy honeymoon with your loved one with some most popular places of Himachal pradesh. Dalhousie is a hill station and named on British general governor. Manali lies at a distance of around 40 km from Kullu town. The meandering Beas River and green carpet of meadows best define Manali. Nestled by the Dhauladhar range, snow capped Dharamshala is a treat for the eyes. It is also the abode of the Buddhist spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. This vibrant state offers entertainment activities, ranging from yak rides, paragliding to trekking. There is a well laid trekking route from Shimla to Leh.

Climate

Summers (March-June) – 22 °C to 37°C Monsoon (July-September) - 25°C to 31° Winter (October-February) - 0°C to 15°C


Best Time to Visit

Himachal Pradesh in Summers : From March till June Summers is considered the best time to visit Himachal Pradesh. which starts from the month of March and ends in June. This time is perfect for you especially if you are living in the places with scorching summer. Here, summer is pleasant and welcoming. Travelers indulge in trekking, paragliding, camping, hot air ballooning and water sports during this time. Best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh during summers are Shimla , Kullu Manali, Dalhousie, Dharamsala, Khajjar and a lot others. The temperature in summer ranges from 22° Celsius to 37° Celsius



How to Reach


By Air: There are three domestic airports, namely Jubbarhatti, Gaggal and Bhuntar. Bhuntar Airport is in Kullu Manali and well connected from major cities like Shimla, Chandigarh and Delhi. But nearest airport of Shimla is Jubbarhatti Airport often known as Shimla Airport. This airport is connected with Mumbai, Srinagar, Bangalore and New Delhi. Gaggal Airport is also known as Kangra Airport and it is connected to Delhi, Kullu and Chandigarh.All the airports provide easy access to taxis, or you can opt for buses as well.

By Train: Himachal Pradesh is the state of gigantic mountains, and these rugged terrains cause a barrier for the railway line. However, the state does have satisfactory broad gauged railway stations and most of the towns are further connected with toy trains or state buses. Kalka Railway station connects the state with Mumbai, New Delhi, Howrah and Jodhpur. You can travel up to Shimla by boarding the narrow-gauged Toy Trains. Una Railway station is another important railway station that serves the state and has trains coming from different towns and cities of India.Some of the other narrow-gauge railway stations present in the state include Barog, Solan, Shoghi, Mandi, Bilaspur etc.

By Road: Himachal Government has put efficient efforts to make the state’s road strong and motor-able. There are frequent and affordable bus services that run in and out of the state connecting it with other parts of the country. Most popular routes of the buses head to Delhi, Chandigarh, Kashmir and Haryana.


Major Tourist Cities

Shimla, Kullu, Manali, Dalhousie, Dharamsala


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