Himachal Pradesh

Tabo – Himachal Pradesh

Located on the road that connects RekongPeo to Kaza in Himachal Pradesh is an extremely picturesque hill station called Tabo. It is elevated at an altitude of 10,760 feet above sea level. Furthermore, this hill station also possesses the renowned “Tabo Monastery”.

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Solan – Himachal Pradesh

Solan named after a Hindu goddess “Shoolani Devi” is a scenic city in Himachal Pradesh that has gained a reputation for being a tourist hotspot. This city is elevated at an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level. This town is renowned for its mushroom farming.

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Shimla – Himachal Pradesh

Shimla a beautiful hill station located in the picturesque state of Himachal Pradesh. This hill station which is located at an altitude of 2,206 meters above sea level is known for its natural beauty and, over the years become a favorite tourist destination.

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Renuka – Himachal Pradesh

Popular for an annual fair and, located in the Sirmaur district in Himachal Pradesh is a scenic hill station called Renuka. It is elevated at an altitude of 2,205 feet above sea level. In addition, it is renowned for a lake, considered to be the largest in the state possessing a circumference of about 3214 […]

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Palampur Hills – Himachal Pradesh

“A lethal combination of greenery and lots of water” is how Palampur a charming hill station located in the Kangra Valley in the Himachal Pradesh can best be described as.  This quaint hill station is also popular for its tea plantations and hence is considered to be the tea capital of the northwest of India.

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Nahan Hills – Himachal Pradesh

On top of the Sivalik Hills lies an extremely beautiful town called “Nahan” in the Sirmaur District in Himachal Pradesh.  This town is located at an altitude of 3058 feet and was founded in 1621 by Raja KaramPrakash.  It is known for its charming scenic beauty and for the magnificent views of the surrounding Himalayas.

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Mashobra Hills – Himachal Pradesh

The Hindustan-Tibet Road that was built in 1850 by British Governor-General Lord Dalhousie connects Shimla the capital of Himachal Pradesh to a beautiful small town called “Mashobra”. This town is elevated at 2,146 meters above sea level. The presence of greenery all around combined with a serene atmosphere is what makes this town a perfect […]

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Manali Hills – Himachal Pradesh

Near the northern end of the Kulu valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh lies an extremely beautiful hill station called “Manali”.  Since this hill station is located in the Kulu valley it is often referred to as “Kullu-Manali”. The true beauty of Manali lies in its foggy and snowy hills, scenic valley views, the […]

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Kullu Hills – Himachal Pradesh

Located on the banks of the River Beas is an extremely scenic town known as “Kullu”.  This city is famous for its exquisite natural beauty that includes beautiful hills covered with pine trees deodar trees and splendid apple orchards.

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Kufri Hills – Himachal Pradesh

Kufri is a beautiful hill station located in the Shimla district in the state of Himachal Pradesh approximately 13 km from Shimla on the National Highway No 22. The word Kufri is derived from the word “Kufr” meaning lake in Pahari, the local language of the state.

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