Difficult to accessible, don’t ready to leave … in this article, take a look at the Himalayan areas of Himachal Pradesh with suggestion on when to go and where to stay.
The sunlight falls over the looming mountains, is my most attractive memory of Himachal Pradesh. Then there is the cuisine from roadside dhabas offering steaming hot tea and fresh parathas, to delicious north Indian dishes, to the stylish restaurants in Manali and their tasty 4-cheese pizzas!
Add the hills, the picturesque drives and the people – perhaps the friendliest in the country and you have an exciting, delightful place, my favorite in India is Shimla and Kasauli.
The wonderful 7 Pines Hotel to stay in Kasauli
Himachal is certainly famous among Indian travelers, sensibly searching to flee Delhi in summer. Europeans are also increasingly drawn to the region, reaching bewildered, tired and hungry but enjoying this amazing experience of the Himalaya region. There are no trustworthy flights here any longer and the drive from Delhi, else it is difficult to think of any believable factor not to visit.
When to travel in Himachal Pradesh?
There are a number of places to stay in Himachal Pradesh. You will find the hotels open throughout the year with good facilities. This is a destination that can be visited round the year.
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Don’t Miss Shimla
Though, if there is a perfect time to travel in Himachal, then it would be summer from March to April, when you get pleasant climate to travel around. The downside of the city Shimla, you can find Manali, Kasauli and Chail. These places are filled with travelers both domestic and international.
A mountain river close to Manali
From November to February are the winter months and it will take your breath away and note – the higher you climb the colder you get. This is the perfect time to travel the snow-covered hills and warm drinks and talk over the open fire roars. There is one more season that is also worth a tour: the wetter time, from about June to September is when sightseeing is necessary.
Dissimilar regions of Himachal Pradesh
I consider that one of the simple ideas to know about this region is to divide it up into four separate parts:
1) The lower regions – start from the Kasauli and close to Chail, popular for having the highest cricket pitch in the globe and spectacular views.
2) The apple region – Known for the abundance of apple orchards, it is famous for the eye-catching views of Sangla valley and Chitkul glacier.
3) The eastern region – this takes you to the pilgrimage city of Dharamsala and McLeod Ganj (a home of the Dalai Lama and Tibetan government), it is also a famous hill station of Kullu-Manali.
4) Lahaul & Spiti –this is the most beautiful and wonderful part of the region. Consider about the barren beauty, less vegetation, huge hills with impressive monasteries.
Pick the best places to stay in Himachal Pradesh and just discover all the attractions!