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Fast Facts

 Population 5.2 Million, 60,77,248
 Area 55,673 sq. km.
 Capital Shimla
 No. of District 12
 Principle Languages Hindi & Pahari
 Major Rivers Beas, Sautlej, Ravi, Chenab and Yamuna
 Railway Kalka to (Shimla); Gaggal (Kangra) and Bhuntar (Kullu)
 Airports Jubbar Hatti (Shimla); Gaggal (Kangra) and Bhuntar (Kullu)
 Best Time to Go

Mid-May to Mid-October (trekking); Late December to March (Winter Sports)

Travel Himachal

Himachal Pradesh is located in North West in India in the lap of the Great Himalayas . It is bordered by Jammu and Kashmir in the North , Punjab in the West , Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in the South and Tibet in the East. Low rolling bills, just a couple of hundred meters above sea level, climb on to touch the core of the Himalaya mountains. Here lie peaks that are several thousand meters high and never lose their perennial snows. This beautiful state is divided into two parts Southern and Northern Himachal. The southern Himachal also known as lower Himachal is as hot as plain areas, where as upper is Northern Himachal less hot in Summer and extreme cold and heavy snow in Winter.

Himachal Pradesh - the land of eternal snow peaks - takes in the transition zone from the plains to the high Himalaya and in the trans-Himalayan region of Lahaul and Spiti, actually crosses that mighty barrier to the Tibetan plateau. The Kullu valley, with its developed and tourist-oriented economy, can be considered the backbone of the state. Off the east is thew Parbati valley, popular with long stay visitors. More Info.

Places to Interest Hotels

About Shimla Hotels in Shimla
Take a trip on the toy train to experience the decrepit grandeur of the the Raj in this pleasant hill station. Shimla was once par of the Nepalease king-dom and called Shyamla, another name for the goddess Kali, but Shimla never gained any fame until it was 'discovered' by the British in 1819.  Three years later, the first 'British' house was erected, and in 1864 Shimla became the summer capital of India.

About McLeod Gunj or Dharamshala Hotels in Mc Leod Gunj (Dharamshala)
Home of the Dalai Lama, this is the place to head for Tibetan culture (and chocolate cake). While Dharamshala is synonymous with the Tibetan Government in Exile, the actual headquarters is about 4km above Dharamshala at Gangchen Kyishong, and most travelers hang out at McLeod Gunj, stung along a high ridge 10km above Dharamshala. Dharamshala itself is of little interest to travelers, although Kotwali Bazaar, at the foot of the roads leading up to McLeod Gunj, is an interesting and colorful market, and you can visit the Kanga Art Museum.

About Kullu Valley Hotels in Kullu
Scenically pretty valley and adventure playground. Kullu was once known as Kullanthapitha - the end of the habitable world. Beyond rose the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalaya, and by the banks of the shining river Beas, lay the fabled Silver Valley.

About Chamba Hotels in Chamba
A beautiful town with ancient Hindu temples hidden in winding backstreets. Situated in the bosom of the middle Himalaya, Chamba has preserved its identity inviolate through a period when the plains of India were ravaged by fanatical hoarders from Afghanistan and Central Asia.

About Manali Hotels in Manali
Manali situated in the north Indian hill state of Himachal Pradesh. Situated at the Northern end of the Kullu valley with its spectacular views of the snowcapped peaks and wooded slopes, the Beas rushing along its rocky course amid grassy wild flowered meadows, is ideal for honeymooners and adventure sport lovers.

Sarchu
The picturesque town of Sarchu is located at the height of 4253 meters and 105 km from keylong. This is the last point on the Himachal Pradesh - Ladakh border that offers splendid views of snow capped mountains. The unspoiled natural beauty of Sarchu offers a perfect ambience to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

About Kalpa & Sangla
Kalpa has all the makings of an Indian Fairyland. At a height of 10,900 feet in Himachal Pradesh, 265 kms ahead of Shimla on the NH22 in Kinnaur District is this hideaway town. It is located at the base of the imposing Kinner Kailash ranges and Shivling peaks which rise upto 20,000 feet, towering above the clouds, kissing the heavens, encircling the area around. Kalpa itself is spread amidst chilgoza forests, apple plantations and the holy deodhars.

About Kinnaur
Kinnaur is a border district, located in the southeastern part of the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. It is about 250 km from the capital Shimla and is situated on National Highway No. 22, which is also called the Hindustan-Tibet Road. The landscape of the area varies from the lush green orchards of the Sangla Valley to the stark magnificence of the Hangrang Valley. The massive snow-clad ranges provide a regal dignity to the area.

About Lahaul & Spiti
Lahaul is part of Lahaul & Spiti district.  In fact both Lahaul and Spiti are two distinct geographical regions separated by high rising Kunzum pass. Not only this, these two regions are entirely different units socially and culturally also.  Lahaul offers a few very rewarding high altitude trekking trails along the Chandra and Bhaga rivers and over high passes full of ice and snow. Lahaul and Spiti are two remote Himalayan Valleys of H.P. lying on the Indo-Tibet border. Strange, exciting, primitive, these valleys are unsurpassed in mountain scrape, in the rugged beauty of their rocky escapements and the splendor of their snow covered peaks.

About Dalhousie Hotels in Dalhousie
The dream destination of Dalhousie is a happening hill resort in the hilly state of Himachal Pradesh. The hill resort of Dalhousie has a charm of its own. The deodars and the pines, the cottages and the villas come together for a unique summer retreat. Beauty captures the hearts of the tourists that flock to Dalhousie year after year.

About Kaza to Keylong
From Kaza, the first main village is Losar, about 60 km away.  It is a beautiful place with a couple of cheap guesthouse.  A little further on is the Kunzum La (4551m). From the pass, a 9km trail goes to the lovely Chandratal (Moon Lake), at about 4250m. Batal is the starting point for treks to nearby Bara Shigri (Big Glacier), which is up to 10km.

About Solan Hotels in Solan
Blessed with a pleasant climate all the year round, Solan is the district headquarters of Mashru, another city established by the British, is named after the Goddess, Soloni Devi, whose temple is located in the southern end of the town. Solan also remained capital of east, while Bhagat State for many years. Solan is well known for its brewery 4.8 km from town started in 1835 with Anglo-German co-operation, and known as Dyer-Meakin Brewery, producing excellent larger beer and quality whisky. In 1950, it was taken over by the late Major Mohan, renamed Mohan-Meakin Breweries in 1966.

Detail Trekking Tour Himachal Pradesh

Trek I. Spiti: Drive-Cum-Trek   Day to Day Itinerary

The children of Spiti in north-west Himachal get their first toys to play with from nature.  These are fossil mollusks and ammonites, precursors to the marine life in our oceans.  Embedded in the bed of the Spiti river is evidence of the Tethys sea that existed at the place where the Himalayan stands today.

Trek II. Manikaran-Pin Parvati Pass - Pin Valley   Day to Day Itinerary

In the sylvan surroundings of the Manikaran region it is believed that Lord Shiva, angry at a domestic squabble, went off into the fields and there under the cool shade of a tall cannabis plant, he suddenly experienced comfort and bliss.

Trek III. Beas Kund-Bhrigu Lake   Day to Day Itinerary

In the vedic period, the upper catchment area of Beas river in the Kullu valley was called Kulanthapith (End of the Habitable world) in Sanskrit. Stands at the top of the Rohtang Pass at the head of the valley, showered upon by monsoon clouds every year and irrigated by countless streams. 

Trek IV. To Bara Bangal   Day to Day Itinerary

There was a time when, in Himachal Pradesh, information was taken by traders today prefer the truck and the road, you can still hear the shrill piercing whistle of the Gaddi shepherd herding his flock.

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