Himachal Pradesh – A Place Where Nature at Its Best

The Himachal Pradesh is a state in North India. The area is 21,495 sq. miles, and is bordered by the Punjab on the West, Jammu and Kashmir on the North, Uttarakhand on the South-East, Haryana on the South West and Tibet Independent Region on the East. The holidays in Himachal Pradesh will be your dream holidays, as it lives up to everlasting moments of your life. The beauty of nature is difficult to describe, but our eyes are the only witness,that captures the beauty of heaven.

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There is no international airport in Himachal Pradesh. The visitors, who prefer to travel by air, use the domestic airports in Kullu, Kangra and Shimla districts. The Delhi and Chandigarh International airports connect the Himachal state. The UK travellers can book their cheap travel online to avail the best deals. Indian railway offers rail service to Himachal, especially the Kalka-Shimla Railway which passes through many tunnels. The other is Pathankot-Jogindernagar Railway which goes through maze of hills and valleys.

The Shimla is the capital city of the Himachal Pradesh state. Shimla is famous for its architectures buildings and natural beauty that attracts many tourists every year from different part of the world. The major attractions include the Christ Church, the Jakhoo Temple, the Viceroy Lodge, the Ridge and the Mall Road. The Kalka-Shimla Railway line is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the biggest tourist attraction. The Shimla city is also an educational centre with a number of colleges and research institutions. Many tourists visit the North side of India in summer, and being the capital of Himachal Pradesh, the flights are quite expensive from Delhi due to peak season, therefore its best to search and book in advance the cheap flights to India from UK for international travellers.

The Manaliin Himachal Pradesh is a hill station. The altitude of Manali is around 2050 meter in Kullu district. It is a popular tourist destination and offer activities like hiking, skiing, paragliding, mountain biking, trekking and mountaineering.  The major tourist attractions are Pandoh Dam, Bijli Mahadev, Hidimba Devi Temple, Manali Sanctuary and the Great Himalayan National Park. The Solang Valley is the best skiing slopes in India.

The Khajjiar is also known as “Mini Switzerland” due to its natural scenery and hill station, and located in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. The altitude of Khajjiar is about 2000 meters, and it’s surrounded by fields and forest. There are hotels in the area, and those who prefer camping can do so in the middle of wilderness.

The Manikaran is located in the Paryati Valley on river Paryati. It is located about 35 kilometres from Kullu, at an altitude of 1760 meters. This place is popular and attracts both Hindu and Sikh pilgrims, therefore many tourists book their cheap tickets to India for visiting Kullu and Manali to its hot springs and pilgrim centres. There are also many hot water springs where followers can take a sacred bath.

There are many more places to visit in Himachal Pradesh; therefore you may need to visit again and again to admire the beauty of the land, as words can do no justice.