Himachal Tourist Guide

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Dalhousie, Chamba, IndiaDalhousie is a hill station full of colonial charm that holds lingering echoes of the Raj. Spread out over five hills. Named after Lord Dalhousie...


Dharamsala, Kangra, HimachalDharamsala is bea- utiful & peaceful town, surrounded by forests of pine. Up there is Suburb of Dharamsala called Macleodganj or Little Lhasa...

Introduction to Lakes of Himachal

Lakes of Himachal PradeshA visible part of Himachal's map is coloured blue and well over one percent of its mass is under some form of water - lakes and rivers and glaciers. Of the lakes, some are natural bequests that date back millions of years to the time when the region was a vast inland sea and today, they are fed by streams of pure snow-melt or by groundwater springs. Practically without exception, they are held sacred - or at the very least, have fascinating legends lapping their crystal-clear waters. Other lakes are far more recent and are man-made reservoirs. Many are sources of the rivers that start as tiny streams and grow to become the giants that feed the fertile valleys of the State and the Gangetic plains of north India. Several are home to a variety of resident and migratory birds, and a host of aquatic life. These water-bodies have also opened a tremendous range of activity and adventure that includes boating, swimming, canoeing, water-skiing, kayaking, sailing, surfing and fishing.


chamba, himachal
Chamba valley, the most loveliest in Himachal, is known for its scenic attractions, sparkling streams, beautiful lakes and crowned with high mountains ranges...

Kullu Manali

Kullu Manali, Himachal

 Kullu - Manali, A honeymooners place, is gifted with every thing that one can imagine. Kullu "The end of habitable world" and  Manali "Queen of Hills"...



Shimla, Himachal, India

 Shimla a tourist destination. A beautiful hill town in the lap of nature, surrounded by pine and deodar forests. At a distance of 45 km, a prettiest place Solan exists"...


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