Travelers can never deny the dream of roaming in the mountains of Himachal, the Himalayas are my amigos, ever since god throw me there on the earth and since the day I took a conscious breath; I always wanted to touch the mountains and amidst the Himalayas, the Himachal is one of those goals which have been written ages ago in my journal to at least once have a flirt with it.
So let me take you towards a short tour of the Himachal along with some factoids of it.
The site is seated in the western Himalayas, where most of the part is encompasses by the hills of Dhauladhar Range, consist of 12 districts, and well acclaimed among devotees as it has more than two thousand temples, where every year people travel to Himachal for pilgrimage that isn’t enough to say.
The locale is also well known for the hardcore travelers and trekkers, it has the magical vibes of the mountains, the culture, and the shiny attraction that is Lahaul and Spiti offer the splendid vistas to the hodophiles, and the fact that one must know is small village Malana in Himachal has the oldest democracy in the World.
Let me make it effortless for you by categorizing the regions of Himachal, so that you can plan which one you want to flirt with first.
Magical Destination of Himachal Pardesh.
The gateway of Himachal, Kasauli, small town and the way from Kasauli drives towards Shimla (capital of Himachal) which is again the major attraction for the tourists.
Stunning Sangla Valley and Chitkul Glacier.
The site of apple orchards. Also known as the Kinnaur region and including the stunning Sangla valley and Chitkul glacier all the way to Kalpa.
Famous destination of Kullu-Manali.
The spiritual city of Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj (the seat of the Dalai Lama and Tibetan government in exile), the very British hill station Dalhousie and the famous destination of Kullu-Manali.
Stark beauty, less greenery, massive mountains with imposing monasteries sitting on them.
The northernmost part of Himachal Pradesh, bordering Jammu & Kashmir and, to the east, Tibet/China. This is the most untouched and inaccessible part of the region and, needless to say, it is in many ways the most beautiful. Think stark beauty, less greenery, massive mountains with imposing monasteries sitting on them; most people’s idea of what the Himalayas hold.