We, as one of the foremost Travel Agents in India can offer you travel services and the perfect holiday tour package to this hilly heaven in the Himalayas, with its fascinating tribes, hill stations, spiritual hotspots and adventure trails.

Himachal Pradesh is a hilly region with a total of 63.8% of its area under forest cover. Its altitude ranges from 350 meters to 7000 meters above sea level. With picturesque landscapes and unique flora and fauna, it is also home to the exotic vegetation of the Alpine Zone of the upper Himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is full of heart-warming places that let you spend time in the pure environs of nature.

Some of the major tourist centres in Himachal Pradesh are listed below :

The small town of Kullu, famous for its temples, apple orchards, handicrafts and annual Dussehra festival lies in the charming Kullu valley, India's valley of gods, among the lower reaches of the mighty Himalayas. Its twin town of Manali with its unspoilt natural beauty is an extremely popular tourists haunt within and outside the country. Both these hill stations attract a good number of tourists because of their incredible natural beauty every year.

The small town of Chamba, located in a picturesque valley amid the Shivalik ranges is famous for its medieval temples. The equally charming Kangra, on the other hand, is known for the ancient temples nestling in its slopes. The hill station of Dalhousie is spread over five hills, and is distinctly different from other hill stations of the country for it is unexplored yet. Beautiful cottages and villas nestle in the deodar and pine trees there and a sense of serenity pervades the air. It is a perfect get away for a quiet vacation.

Khajjiar is a small grassy meadow located in the Chamba valley and is a popular picnic spot for tourists traveling between Dalhousie and Chamba.

The towns of Kinnaur and Kufri are good for trekking expeditions. Adventure seeking travelers throng Kufri in winters for skiing and tobogganing on its virginal snow-covered slopes. Kufri is also famous for its nature parks and picnic spots.

The Rohtang Pass, in the district of Lahaul and Spiti is untouched by the onslaught of time. It has a tough terrain with spectacular landscapes that display nature's grandeur and glory. Mandi is a little town of temples in the hilly regions of Himachal Pradesh.

Shimla, one of India's most famous hill stations, is a perfect heaven for those in search of tranquility. One of India's best-known destinations, it is blessed with innumerable gifts of Nature as well the most modern facilities.

Dharamshala, also known as the Little Lhasa because of the large number of Tibetans there, is today famous for being the abode of the Dalai Lama. It has a number of monasteries that transport you to a world of silence, incense sticks and blessed calm.

Safely tucked away from pollution and deforestation, the small hamlet of Chail is worth a visit if you want to enjoy biting fresh dawns and soft, quiet dusks of nature.

The best time to visit Himachal Pradesh is between April and June, when the plains are boiling and seething in the summer sun.

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