Himachal Pradesh

The northern part of India is strewn with mighty mountain ranges. But when it comes to spending a holiday in the mountains, the land that first comes to the mind of almost every Indian is Himachal Pradesh. The land of the snow-laden mountains offers every view that a mountain lover craves for; roaring rivers, might, verdant valleys and a whole lot of foliage. The popular strolls on the Mall Road of Shimla are still a hit, the old temples of Manali are still revered, the meandering rivers of Tirthan valley are still full of trout, the streets of Mcleodganj are still full of followers of the Dalai Lama and the 1000 year old monasteries of Spiti are still standing. Himachal is never boring. With every pass you cross, a different valley awaits you, different in the look and different in the feel. From the stark mountains and valleys of Spiti to the lush Karsog valley, Himachal has its sleeves full of surprises.

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The Spirit Of Himachal

Of snow-capped mountains and smokey lore, Himachal Pradesh is so much more than hill stations with colonial hangovers. There're legends to be followed through Shimla's mall road and Old Manali's cobbled streets, ancient lore to be listened to and nirvana to be attained.

10 Days | INR 28300 per person

Himachal In Short

Of snow-capped mountains and smokey lore, Himachal Pradesh is so much more than hill stations with colonial hangovers. There're legends to be followed through Shimla's mall road and Old Manali's cobbled streets, ancient lore to be listened to and nirvana to be attained. Here is a short one-week version to explore the same.

6 Days | INR 19500 per person

Unexplored Himachal - Tirthan Valley

On the darker side of the mountains, Jibhi, unlike Gushaini in the Tirthan Valley, retains its green cover during the usually dry and hot months of the year. A small hamlet dotted with a few guest houses, terraced mountains and a clear mountain river, Jibhi is an ideal spot for anyone who wishes to spend a few days in peace with nature.

4 Days | INR 12200 per person

Narkanda And Sangla

Beautifully nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Sangla is a scenic mountain town that is located close to the Tibetan border. Chitkul village is the last inhabited village before the Indo-Tibetan border. Know what's it's like to be in the borders from villagers, their culture, traditions, hardships and the simple joys that make it all worthwhile. The Kamru Fort is a perfect place to get a glimpse of artistic legacy of the past. The fort is set at a picturesque location and offers beautiful views of the Sangla valley, streams, and apple gardens. Placed on the left bank of Baspa River, the stunning Batseri village can only be accessed by foot. Find unique handicrafts, handmade shawls, Kinnauri caps and much more.

6 Days | INR 16000 per person

Spiti And Kinnaur Via Manali

A drive from the capital of Himachal Pradesh with pit stops at Kinnaur and culminating at Spiti is one of the most exhilarating road trips one can take. The last Indian village, the over-arching mountains, the buckwheat fields makes Kinnaur a paradise for the nature lovers.  With pristine lakes and some of the worlds’ highest inhabited villages, Spiti leaves you with picture-postcard memories of barren desert and precariously perched monasteries set against a backdrop of clear blue skies.  Sparse population and awesome trekking opportunities offer a feeling of unexplored remoteness in an area yet untouched by tourism.  At incredible altitudes with stunning landscape, often compared to Ladakh before tourists took over, Spiti makes a fantastic road-trip destination. Let's un[travel] Spiti and witness some of its remotest villages, valleys, national parks monasteries and a crescent shaped lake.

10 Days | INR 24900 per person

Essential Manali And Kasol

A slice of heaven in the midst of some seriously spreading urbanization around the area, Manali offers that perfect mix of cultural serenity in a rapidly growing town. Once a sleepy village lying on the way to Manikaran, Kasol is now a huge destination for backpackers and travelers from around the globe. Hot springs, riverside eateries, and smoky cafes ensure that your days here in Manali and Kasol are trippy and nights stay happy.

6 Days | INR 17400 per person

Essential Dharamshala And Mcleodganj

The Dalai Lama, little Tibet with nuns and monasteries, a spectacular international cricket ground where the bowler seems to 'run in from the Himalayas', this and so much more to un[travel] in Dharamshala. Literally bursting at the seams with everything Tibetan, from momos to monks, there are Tibetan souvenir shops around every corner and nirvana-searching souls of every known nationality. Pack your bags to un[travel] essential Mcleodganj and share a piece of its culture with a topping of adventure.

4 Days | INR 15200 per person

Best Of Bir

Bir is an out and out beauty. Tea gardens, golden wheat fields, monasteries, temples, stupas and paragliding - all in a single village. The thicketed mountains in the periphery have narrow dirt roads that are great for some mountain biking and small peaceful hikes to the beat of the chirping birds. Talking about hikes, the tea plantation around Bir are also a great place for some romantic strolling. Owing to the presence of a large flat land and high mountains, Bir is considered to be one of the best places in the world for paragliding. Infact the 2015 Paragliding World Cup was held in Bir-Billing and it was a sight to behold. On a clear day, one can witness numerous coloured gliders criss-crossing the sky. The monasteries here receive fewer visitors as compared to their counterparts in more populous areas.

4 Days | INR 12400 per person

Best time to Visit

Places located at sub-3000 metres are best visited in the months starting from late September right until March. At higher altitudes, the snow-bound passes open by June and is considered the best time to visit up until late September. Snow arrives by October and there are high chances of the passes becoming inaccessible.

How to reach


  • Air Transport is not as robust as compare to other states. There are three major airport in Himachal Pradesh-Gaggal Airport (DHM), Shimla Airport (SLV) and Kullu-Manali Airport (KUU).
  • Gaggal Airport officially known as Kangra Airport lies in kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Air India regional and Spicejet provide regular flights services from Delhi and Chandigarh.
  • Shimla Airport is located 22 kilometre outside of the city in Jubberhati. Jubberhati is a small town near Shimla in Indian state Himachal Pradesh. Air India is the only airline which provide daily flights services from Delhi to Shimla.
  • Kullu-Manali Airport is located in Bhuntar. Bhuntar lies in Himchal Pradesh. Bhuntar is considered little challenging because of its single runway set in deep valley. Air India provide flight services from Delhi and Chandigarh to Bhuntar Airport. You can take cab or bus to reach your destination from any of these airport.
  • You will find limited flights on these routes and flights are frequently cancelled.


  • Himachal Pradesh is all about high mountains and deep valleys so there are no major rail track anywhere within the state. The Kalka Railway is the only railway station in Himachal which lies 90 kilometre from Shimla. You can take the "Kalka-Shimla Toy Train" from Kalka to Shimla, it is one of the major tourist attraction. Kalka offers a good connectivity from major cities like Chandigarh, Delhi, Howrah and many more. You will also find railway station from different states near to your desired destinations.


  • Roads in Himachal Pradesh offers the best connectivity within and out of the state. All the major and minor destinations in Himachal Pradesh are well connected through road. You will find bus and cab facility throughout the state. You can take cab or bus from any major destination of India leading you towards your destination. These roads offers some of the most beautiful views of different Himalayan ranges and valleys.