About Himachal Pradesh

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Welcome To Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is home to several hill stations.Situated on the River Beas.

Manali is one of the most visited hill stations in Himachal Pradesh. Shimla in Himachal Pradesh boasts of old world charm and
monuments. Chamba and Dharamshala in the upper reaches of the state of Himachal Pradesh are extremely popular with those seeking peace and quiet. For adventure lovers, Himachal Pradesh offers
great trekking and hiking trails in Khajjiar, Chail and Kufri. Naldera in Himachal Pradesh has the distinction of having one of the highest golf courses in the country. Holiday in Himachal Pradesh for a truly memorable vacation.
Himachal Tourism has been divided into four interesting travel circuits.

The Sutlej Voyage Circuit passes through the shiwalik foot hills through apple orchards, forests of pine, oak and deodar, majestic monuments of the Raj, snow covered ski slopes and the furious Sutlej river. This circuit covers Delhi – Rohru – Rampur – Sarahan – Narkanda – Naldehra – Tattapani – Shimla – Kiarighat – Delhi. This voyage also includes Renuka, Paonta Sahib and Nahan.

The Beas Voyage covers the highly picturesque Beas valley – the valley of gods. Flower covered meadows, terraced fields of apple, paddy, maize and the sparkling Beas river. It covers Delhi – Shimla – Mandi – Rewalsar – KulluManali – Rohtang – Nagar Manikaran – Delhi. One can also continue to Leh across the Baralacha pass.

The Dhauladhar Voyage circuit passes in the shadow of the mighty and majestic snow clad Dhauladhar ranges, which dominate the beautiful Kangra valley, dotted by flower filled meadows, temples, tea gardens and flocks of sheep. It covers: Delhi – Chintpurni – Jwalamukhi – Kangra – Dalhousie – Khajjiar – Chamba – Dharamsala – Chamunda – Palampur – Jogindernagar – Delhi.

The Tribal Voyage Circuit passes through a spectacular terrain of river valleys, cold desert mountains, high passes, snow capped peaks, icy lakes, mighty glaciers-an exotic tribal country dotted by monasteries. It covers: Delhi – Shimla – Narkanda/Hatkoti – Sarahan – Sangla – Kalpa – Pooh – Nako – Tabo – Dhankar – Kaza – Losar – Kunzam – Koksar – Sissu – Keylong – Udaipur – Trilokpur – Rohtang – Manali – Delhi.