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Himachal Pradesh
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PLACES TO VISIT IN HIMACHAL PRADESH

Manali | Shimla | Dalhousie | Dhramshala | Khajjiar | Kasauli | Chail | Kufri | Shilon Bagh | Naldhera | Mandi

GENERAL INFORMATION

Area : 55,673 sq km
Language : Hindi, Pahari, Himachali and English
Capital City : Shimla
Airports : Kullu and Palmpur.
Best time to visit : mid-May to mid-October, late December to March

ABOUT HIMACHAL PRADESH

Come to a land where snow-covered peaks reach up to a clear blue sky. Himachal Pradesh is located in North West in India in the lap of the Great Himalayas. It is bordered by Jammu and Kashmir in the North , Punjab in the West , Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in the South and Tibet in the East. This beautiful state is divided into two parts Southern and Northern Himachal. The southern Himachal also known as lower Himachal is as hot as plain areas ,where as upper is Northern Himachal less hot in Summer and extreme cold and heavy snow in Winter.

Himachal Pradesh is dominated by mountains and their associated rivers and valleys. Himachal Pradesh can be easily segregated by its valleys. Lahaul consists of the Chandra and Bhaga valleys. Further east, the Spiti river joins the Sutlej river in Kinnaur and flows all the way to the Punjab. In the west, the beautiful Kangra valley stretches from Mandi to Shahpur, near Pathankot.

Himachal Pradesh has been known to be inhabited since the pre historic days. The Kangra and the Sirmour valleys were inhabited by the tribe called Dasa which finds a mention in the ancient Hindu scriptures. Himachal Pradesh has always welcomed the migrants from all across and has eventually become the dwelling place of the Aryans, the Gorkhas and the Kols. Himachal thus was the base of many tribes which ruled individually and it was only Chandragupta Maurya who assimilated them and brought them under his rule.

Places of scenic beauty such as Shimla, Manali, Chail, Chamba and Kasauli are world famous. But the visitors can spend their time by trekking through the dense forests watching the beautiful birds and a variety of flowers, go for mountaineering, raft in the thunderous Beas River or fish a good catch in the Ravi River, Ski down the mountain slopes in Mandi or explore the snowy ridges of Solang, just relax in one of the many resorts throughout the state admiring the natural charm or get an bird's view paragliding through the mountain ridges. The others are the local handicraft items with peculiar design made of wool like caps and shawls. Jams and pickles made by the locals are sold all over the state and are easily available.

Life here moves at a gentle pace, far from the maddening crowd of the developed cities. The winters are chilly, the summers are pleasant and the people are ever inviting! Taste their peculiar spicy cuisine with a mixture of Kashmiri spice and Tibetan bland food. Dance in rhythm to match their footsteps and altogether enjoy the enchanting place.

DISTANCES / LOCATION

Delhi - Manali : 570 km
Delhi - Shimla : 370 km
Delhi - Renuka : 315 km
Delhi - Dharamshala : 520 km
Delhi - Dalhousie : 555 km
Delhi - Chamba : 600 km
Delhi - Mandi : 460 km
Delhi - Rewalsar : 455 km
Delhi - Kasauli : 325 km
Delhi - Barog : 325 km
Delhi - Chail : 380 km
Delhi - Pathankot : 475 km
Shimla - Manali : 260 Km
Shimla - Mandi : 150 km
Shimla - Palampur : 235 km
Shimla - Dalhousie : 336 km
Shimla - Kasauli 075 km
Shimla - Renuka 165 km
Shimla - Dehradun 245 km
Shimla - Pathankot : 295 km
Shimla - Chamba : 378 km
Manali - Chamba : 402 km

Manali - Rohtang Pass : 51 km
Manali - Leh : 475 km
Manali - Dharamshala : 235 km
Manali - Dalhousie : 385 km
Manali - Chamba : 402 km
Manali - Pathankot : 325 km
Manali - Chandigarh : 320 km
Manali - Kasauli : 275 km
Dharamshala - Chamba : 185 km
Dharamshala - Pathankot : 90 km
Dharamshala - Chandigarh : 252 km
Dalhousie - Dharamshala : 143 km
Dalhousie - Khajjiar : 22 km
Dalhousie - Palampur : 176 km
Dalhousie - Mandi : 360 km
Dalhousie - Chandigarh : 300 km
Dalhousie - Amritsar : 191 km
Dalhousie - Jammu : 190 km
Chamba - Bharamaur : 65 km
Chamba - Pathankot : 119 km
Pathankot - Jwalaji : 122 km
Chandigarh - Naldehra : 143 km
Chandigarh - Chail : 115 km
Chandigarh - Renuka : 123 km
Chandigarh - Mandi : 210 km
Chandigarh - Kasauli : 65 km
Chandigarh - Pragpur : 175 km

EXCURTIONS

The Ridge and The Mall ( Shimla ) : These are the most favourable places for all tourists as well as local residents of Shimla. Both the places always remain overcrowded during the day time and in the evening. The Mall is also a main shopping centre of Shimla. The Gaiety Theater which is a reproduction of an old British Theater is also situated here as well as the - Indira Gandhi Khel Parisar - From the Mall you can explore the Middle and Lower Bazar.

Kufri ( Shimla ) : ( 2,633 meters ) 16km. from Shimla. Kufri has won a name on the sports and tourist map of India due to its 'Ski-runs', 'Seed Potato Farm' of the Central Potato Research Institute and 'Food Craft Institute'. Kufri offers unique Skiing slopes from December to February.

Baspa Valley ( The beautiful valley of Kinnaur ) : Baspa valley ( also known as Sangla valley ) is one of the most beautiful valleys of Kinnaur. It starts from Karcham ( 1,899 meters ) where the Baspa river coming from the east joins the Satluj. The valley open up beyond Sangla and is full of wooded slopes as far as Chitkul ( 3,435 meters ). Chitkul is the last inhabited village in the valley surrounded by green fields and high mountain peaks. It is like a Fairyland. The quaint little houses, temples, gompas and the people of Baspa valley conjure up a perfect image of "Shangri-La"

Sangla Valley ( The beautiful village of Baspa Valley ) : ( 2,680 meters ) It is an important village of the Baspa valley situated on the right bank of Baspa river is built on a slope with houses rising one above other with gigantic 'Kinner Kailash' peak ( 6,500 meters ) towering from behind is also famous for 'Kamru Fort'. This fort was the place where so many Rajas of Kinnaur were crowned. Now this fort is dedicated to 'Kamakshi Tepmle'.

Kalpa ( Kinnaur ) : ( 2,670 meters ) Once a favourite hunt of Lord Dalhousie, the district headquarters till recently, when the headquarter was shifted to 'Rekong Peo' (1,900 meters) was the venue of Kalchakra Sermon delivered in August 1992 by His Holliness "The Dalai Lama" ; and a monastery to commemorate this auspicious occasion was built up is 13 kms. short of Kalpa and 7 kms. off the Powari on Hindustan - Tibet Road. Looming in front of Kalpa is an imressive view of 'Kinner Kailash' directly across the Satluj river. This mountain changes colors several times a day with a change of weather conditions or may be as destined by Lord Shiva his eternal abode. 'Parvati Kund' is located on the top of Kinner Kailash. The ancient villages of Pangi, Moorang and Kanum are situated close to Kalpa.

Tabo ( Lahaul Spiti ) : ( 3,050 metres ) It is 47 km. from Kaza. At the right of Spiti river, is an ancient village named Tabo, flanked on either side by lofty brown hills and sun burnt, is the seat of one of the most famous Buddhist monasteries - Sherlang, Duang, Chamba, Chibbo, Domlang Gompas, regarded by many as only next to the Thelong Gompa in Tibet. The 10th Century Tabo monastery houses more than 60 lamas. Large number of scriptures and pieces of art, wall paintings - 'Tankhas' and 'Stucco'. Tabo has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are several caves and contemporary structures that form a part of the Tabo complex. Founded in 996 A.D., the Tabo 'gompa' has exquisite wall paintings and stucco statues - and is often called the 'Ajanta of the Himalaya'.

Pin Valley : It is formed by the Pin river, which rises on the eastern slopes of Pin Parbati pass and meets the Spity river exactly opposite Lingti village. On its way it is joined by the 'Parahio Nala' near Pokchung. From Pin valley one can cross over to the Kullu valley over Pin Parbati peak and to the district of Kinnaur via 'Shakarof Pass' or 'Tarikhango pass'. Pin valley is much more rugged and barren than the main Spiti valley. This valley is famous for Ibex and Snow Leopard.

Lingti Valley : Largest and the longest side valley of Spity. It runs North-East from Lingti village (3,460 meters) for about 60 kms. to its head. It is a living geological museum. Its geological history dates back to 250 million years and its shales and fossils are well known to all the world. 'Gya Peak' is also there in Lingti valley. At its summit Spity, Ladhakh and Tibet meet.

Kunzum Pass : (4,590 meters) provides chief access to Lahaul valley by the great Kumzum range. The lofty Bara Shigri glacier is seen in front in all its grandeur. The crest of the pass has been marked by a chorten of stones erected ages ago. Recently a temple has been built on the top dedicated to 'Lord Gyephang' - the chief deity of Lahaul. The belief is that, every vehicle passing over Kunzum pass will have to take a round (Parikrama) of this temple to get blessing of the God. Another interesting feature of the stone image of the Lord is that offerings in the form of cash (coin or currency notes) will stuck to the image, if devotee is acceptable to the Lord.

Ki Monastery :- ( 4,116 metres ) It is 12 km. from Kaza by road. It is the oldest and the biggest monastery of Spity dominating Ki-Village. About 300 lamas are receiving their religious training in its monastery, which houses rare paintings and beautiful scriptures of Buddha and other gods and goddesses.

Keylong : ( 3,340 meters) located above Bhaga river, the district headquarters of Lahaul-Spiti has been described as oasis of green fields, willow planted water courses, brown hills and snowy peaks. In the past, Keylong was home of the Moravian missionaries. There well known monasteries, Tayul, Khardong, and Shashur are within a few kilometers radius. The temple of local deity 'Keylong Wazir' is in the house of Shri Nawang Dorji.

Gondhla : ( 3,160 meters) is located on the bank of the river Chandra. House of the thakur of Gondhla, called Gondhla castle or fort, is the maiin attraction. According to district gazetteer, this was built in 1700 A.D. by Raja od Kullu Man Singh whose influence stretched upto the Lingti Plains beyond the Baralacha-La. But present Thakur Fateh Chand says that it was 20 generations old. Age old custumes, furniture and idols are also strewn around in a state of neglect. The 'Sharab Raldi' i.e. 'Sword of Wisdom' given to the Thakur by Dalai Lama in the past is also there in the possession of present Thakur. This sword seems to have been built in the 'Toledo' technique of Spain.

Tandi : ( 2,573 meters) is situated at the confluence of Chamba and Bhaga rivers. A legend says that there were two lovers, 'Chandra', the daughter of the Moon and 'Bhaga', the son of the Sun god. To perform their eternal marriage, they dedicated to climb to the 'Baralacha La' and from there they ran in opposite directions. Chandra being active and smart, easily found her way down the pass and reached 'Tandi'. Soon Bhaga was found coming with great struggle through the narrow gorges to Tandi, where ultimately both met and the celestial marriage was performed. Tandi's importance for the people of Lahaul is same as it is 'Haridwar' for the Hindus.

Suketi Fossil Park : Located in Sirmaur district, displays life size fiberglass models of pre-historic animals whose fossils, skeletons were unearthed here. The park is the first of its kind in Asia to be developed at the actual site where fossils were discovered. It is 21 kms. from Nahan, located on the left bank of the Markanda river. The park at present has six sets of life size models of 'Stegodonganesa' (extinct grand elephant). Sivatherium Hexapratadon - Sivalensis ( hippopotamus with six incisors), Colossochetys Atlas ( giant land tortoise and chelonia), Paramachaeradus ( sabre toothed tiger) and Crocodiles, the animals which once thrived in the region.

Khoksar : (3,140 meters) a break and windswept place is the first village and gateway to Lahaul and on the right bank of the river Chandra 5 kms. from 'Gramphoo'. During winter Khoskar is the coldest inhabited place in Lahaul.

Rakchham : ( 2,900 meters ) It is in Kinnaur and it is located on the right bank of the Baspa river. Its name has been derived from 'Rak' a stone and 'Chham' a bridge. It is one of the most beautiful villages of Baspa Valley.

Nako : ( 3,662 meters ) It is also located in Kinnaur district and is the highest village in the valley and the existence of lake formed out of the masses of ice and snow above adds to beauty of the village.

Kaza : ( 3,800 meters ) It is sub-divisional headquarters of Spiti valley. It is situated at the foot of the steep ridges on the left bank of Spiti river. Once it was the headquarters of the 'Nano' the chief of Spiti. It is 425 kms. from Shimla. Kaza has a filling station, rest house and small hotels. It serves as the base for excursions in the area. Among others, the Ki, Hikkim, Komok and Langia monasteries are at hand.

Kibber Village : ( 4,205 meters ) Locally known as Khyipur, one of the highest villages in the world at an altutude of 4,205 meters above sea level in a narrow valley surrounded my mountains from all sides. 'Gette village' at a short distance away from Kaza is the highest in the world, with a height of 4,270 meters. It also acts as the base for several high altitude treks.

Baralacha La : ( 4,883 meters ) It is in Lahaul valley, 73 kms. from Keylong. The name Baralacha means 'Pass with cross roads on summit' (Roads from Ladakh, Spiti and Lahaul join on the top of it). There is no road yet from Spiti, only a path exists. This pass is also an origin of Chandra, Bhaga and Yamuna rivers. They flow to three different directions, through the Chandra, Bhaga and Lingti valleys.

Kullu : ( 1,230 meters ) The most charming and beautiful Kullu valley spread out its charm on either side of Beas river. The valley runs North to South of this river and is 80 kms. long and about 2 kms. at its broadest. The valley has awe inspiring glens and mossy meadows encircled by rushing streams and meandering brooks. It is also famous for its exquistely woven colorful hand made shawls and Kullu caps. In the spring, Kullu is in most colorful shape. Early March, apricot and plum trees, dotted among the fields, burst into pink blossoms and wild medlara are crowned with white flowers. The higher slopes are soon aglow with gogeous rhododendrons, white scarlet clusters of the sumash blaze near the river, the terraced fields turning from green to gold. Situated on the bank of Beas river, Kullu city is the Headquarters of district.

Manali : ( 1,926 meters ) is 40 kms. from Kullu. It is situated to the north, near the end of the valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. The landscape is breathtaking as all around it is outlined against the horizons. You can see well-defined snow capped peaks, the Beas river with its clear water meandering through between the town on the one side and another side are Deodar and Pine trees, tiny levelled fields and fruit orchards. Manali with its unspoilt scenic grandeur is extremely popular with the tourists, for a lavish display of natural scenery. It is one of the principal show places of the Kullu region. To its North, South and West are an ostentation of pinnacles and ridges which, in fine weather, stand out in bold relief against skyline. At the lower elevation and in every direction there are vivid green patches of grassland and evergreen valleys ascending in irregular formation present probably the best view in the country.

Manikaran : ( 1,700 meters ) It is 45 kms. from Kullu and just 3 kms. from Kasol, is famous for its hot springs. Thousands of people take their holy dip in its hot waters. The water is so hot that dal, rice and vegetables etc. can be boiled in it. According to an old legend, Manikaran is connected with Lord Shiva and his divine consort, Parbati, who lost her earrings, while taking bath. When she reported this to Lord Shiva, he looked at the 'Kund' water with great anger, which gave birth to hot water on the bank of Parbati river. There are temples dedicated to Ramchandra and Lord Shiva as well as a Gurudwara.

Vashisht : It is a little village 3 kms. from Manali in Kullu district, located on the left bank of Beas river towards Rohtang pass. It is renowned for its hot water springs and temples. Nearby is the pyramidal stone temple dedicated to 'Vashisht Muni' and 'Lord Rama' temple is also there. Natural hot sulphur springs with two separate bathing tanks for gents and ladies are there.

Pangi Valley : It is in district Chamba. The scenic valley Pangi at the foot of the Himalaya, between two parallel ranges is situated beyond Pir-Panjal. There are still few virgin peaks, 6,402 meters to 6,705 meters high challenging the mountaneers. Two communities namely 'Pangwal' and 'Bhots' inhabit this valley. In Pangi there is hardly any village or even hamlet where one or more temple are not there. The two most important temples in the valley are 'Mindhal Vasni' temple about 15 kms. from Killar and temple of 'Purthi' about 30 kms. from Killar.

Manimahesh ( Mountain Kailash ) : ( 5,660 meters ) It is in district Chamba. This place is famous for a Lake, sacred mountain 'Kailash' and an ancient temple. Held sacred to Lord Shiva this lies in the Budhil valley at the foot of Mount Kailash (5660 meters above sea level), which is perhaps the highest of sacred waters in Chamba district. This lake is supposed to bless by Goddess Kali and protected by Lord Shiva. A fair is held every year at this lake during the month of August or September. Thousands of people visit this place on the 15th day after Janamashtami to have a dip in the holy water. It is a state fair.

Killar : It is in district Chamba. It is the Headquarters of Pangi sub-division. It is situated in the deep and narrow gorge of the Chenab river. It can be reached through the Sach pass. It is the desire of many a hardy trekkers to visit these lands pf pretty faces, beautiful dances and scenic splendour. Some of the famous trekking routes from Killar are to Kishtwar in Jammu & Kashmir, Umasi la into the Zanskar valley and in the South-East to Keylong and Manali. White trekking to Lahaul through this valley on e will across a beautiful place, 'Purthi' known for one of the finest nurseries and historical rest house on the right bank of Chenab river.

Kasauli : ( 1,930 meters ) It is located in district Solan. It is a charming hill station and coveted place for bird watchers. There is a monkey point besides the 'Ashram' of Satya Sai Baba at 'Garkhal'. Kasauli also has a 'Pasteur Institute' that produces the vaccine against the dog bite. On the opposite hill the famous Lawrence School at Sanawar is located. Kasauli also has a TV relay tower. Being a cantonment, it is very well maintained.

Timber Trail Parwanoo : It is in district Solan. It is situated on the National Highway and 5 kms. above Parwanoo. It is the first interesting resort in Himachal Pradesh which has attracted thousand of visitors to enjoy the cable car ride which covers 1.8 kms. long distance in 8 minutes over 'Kaushalia stream'.

Bhakra Dam : It is the highest gravity dam in the world, built across the river Satluj. This project includes the Nangal Dam, Nangal Hydel channel and Ganguwal and Kotla Power Houses. Bhakra is the name of small village located in the Himalayan foothills. It has been described as 'New temple of Resurgent India'. With this dam, a big artificial lake named Gobind Sagar has been formed which spreads upto Bilaspur town.

Mandi : Mandi is situated on the left bank of Beas river in the foothills of Shivalik range. Mandi entails a rich heritage of culture, historical and mythological significance, According to one version the town acquired its name Mandi (market) because all the traders from Ladakh and other areas passed through it while going to and from Punjab. According to second version, the city was named after 'Mandavya Rishi' who performed long and severe austerities on the right bank of Beas near the present town. Mandi has 85 beautiful carved temples, notable among them are Trilokinath, Bhutnath, Panchvktra and Shyama Kali at Tarna hill. Shivratri Mela of Mandi is very famous.

Kangra : Kangra valley is one of the most picturesque valleys in the Himalayas. It is sheltered by the Dhauladhar and this majestic mountain range surpasses all others in its grandeur. the history of Kangra dates back to the Vedic times more than 3,500 years ago. The famous 'Bajeshwari Devi' temple is located in the town. Kangra was revaged by foriegn aggression a number of times. Despite all this, the arts and crafts of the region continues to develop and find lyrical expression. Kangra town is situated at the confluence of the Baner and Majhi streams, overlooking the Banganga torrent is famous for temples, forts and now a sppedily emerging as a business centre.

Yol Camp : ( Young Officers Leave Camp ) In the second world war (1939-45) 20 thousand war prisoners of Italy were kept there. From May 1947 to July 1947, it was a training camp for Army officers. From August 1947 to October 1947, 12 thousand Muslims were kept there and then transported to Pakistan. From 1949 to 1952, it served as a refuge camp for Kashmiri migrants. At present it is housing the units of Army. 'Chinmaya Sandeepani Himalaya Ashram' is located nearby. There is the huge stone idol of Hanumanji and a temple dedicated to Lord Rama built in south Indian style. A temple dedicated to 'Anjani Devi' (mother of Hanumanji) is located between Masser and Yol Camp.

Dharamshala : ( 1,250 meters ) In 1846 former Governer of Punjab Sir 'Donald Mcleod' was first officer who visited this place. But it was only in 1855 when 'East Indian Company' in the process of finding suitable place for its army founded Dharamshala. Dharamshala municipality was founded in 1867-68. Consevancy tax was imposed in 1887 and electricity was provided to the town in 1896 A.D. There is the famous 'St. John Church' where Lord Elgin II the Governer General of India was cremated on 20th 1863. The famous 'War Memorial' is also located in Dharamshala.

Mcleod Ganj ( Dharamshala ) : It has emerged as a famous Tibetan colony. The Buddha temple is situated opposite the present abode of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan Institute of performing Arts (TIPA) is just i km. walk from Mcleod Ganj and preserves a number of musical dance and theatrical traditions of Tibet. There is also a Tibetan Handicraft centre located there.

Kangra Fort : The historic fort of Kangra was built by Bhuma Chand. This fort had been the centre of attraction for the rulers of northern India, since a long time. The first attack on the fort was made by the Raja of Kashmir 'Shreshtha' in 470 A.D. In 1846 Kangra fort fell into the hands of the British. Kangra fort is located on the bank of the river Banganga at the height of 350 feet. In the foreyard of the fort are the temple of 'Laxmi Narayan' and 'Adinath' located in the Kangra fort is dedicated to Jainism. Inside the fort are two ponds one of them is called 'Kapur Sagar'. At present the fort is under the control of 'Archaeological Survey of India'. It was badly damaged in 1905 earthquake.

HOW TO REACH HIMACHAL PRADESH?

By Bus : Regular deluxe, semi deluxe and ordinary bus services to and from Shimla from following major cities apart from other important stations of North India.

Jaipur, Chandigarh, Delhi, Jalandhar, Gurgaon, Amritsar, Dehradun, Hardwar, Pathankot, Ambala

By Air : In the state there are three airports.

Kangra airport at Gaggal : 15 kms from Dharamshala and 25 kms from Mcleodganj

Shimla airport at Jubbar Hatti : 23 kms from Shimla

Kullu airport at Bhuntar : 10 kms from Kullu and 50 kms from Manali

Other nearest airports having regular service : Jammu (210 kms from Dharamshala), Amritsar (205 kms from Dharamshala) and Chandigarh (260 kms from Dharamshala, 116 kms from Shimla and 312 kms from Manali)

By Rail :

Main railway stations connecting Himachal :

Pathankot : All trains going to Jammu passes through Pathankot station. From Pathankot you can have direct trains to Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta, Baranasi, Madras, Banglore, Gujarat, Rajasthan and other parts of India.

Kalka : From Kalka you can have direct trains to Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta and other parts of India.

In the state there are two narrow gauge lines connecting : Kalka to Shimla - This railway track is about 96 kms. and Pathankot to Joginder Nagar - This railway line covers 113 kms.

Railway Reservation : The Northan Railways has computerised reservation counters at Pathankot, Shimla and Mandi in Himachal for booking throughout India

CLIMATE CONDITIONS

The summer temperature varies from the maximum of 38º celsius to minimum 22º celsius and the winter temperature varies from maximum 15º celsius to minimum 0º celsius. The annual rainfall is 2909-3800 mm. Most of the adventure sports are conducted during June to September period. The months from September to March are best suited for a great trip to Himachal Pradesh.

HOTEL AND RESORTS IN HIMCHAL PRADESH

Hotel and Resorts in Manali : Out Town Hotel, Hotel Shingar Regency, Highland Park Manali, Span Resorts, Hotel Holiday Inn, Ambassador Resorts, Hotel Manali Inn, Hotel Snow Crest Manor (Usha Shriram), Apple Country Resort, Sagar Resort, Hotel Orchard Green, Hotel Honeymoon Inn (Ram Regency), Snow Valley Resort, Glacier Resort, Park Residency, Hotel Evergreen, Hotel Devlok, Banon Resort, Whispering Rock Resort, Swiss Cottage, Thakur Villa Cottage, Quality Inn River Country Resort, Hotel Park Inn Manali, Manali Resorts, Solang Valley Resort (Welcome Heritage Group)

Hotel and Resorts in Shimla : Shingar Hotel, Hotel Surya, Hotel Honeymoon Inn, Hotel De Park, East Bourne Resort, Cecil ( Oberoi Group ), Oberoi Clarkes ( Oberoi Group ), Hotel Springfields (Usha Shriram Group), Hotel Ashiana Regency, Hotel Comberemere (4 Star Hotel), Woodville Palace Welcome Heritage , Shimla , Quality Inn Himdev ( 4 Star Hotel ), Koti Resorts, Hotel Willow Banks, Hotel Leela Regency

Hotel and Resorts in Dalhousie : Hotel Mount View, Chanakya Hotel, Hotel Spring, Alps Holiday Resort, Hotel Aroma N Claire (2 Star), Peace Channels Resorts, Hotel Grand View, Hotel Dalhousie Heights

Hotel and Resorts in Dharamshala : Anupam Resort , Asia Health Resorts , Dev Cottages

Hotel and Resorts in Khajjiar : Hotel Mini Swiss , Ghar Resort , Royal Residency

Hotel and Resorts in Kasauli : K K Trams - Heights , Kasauli Resort , Baikunth Resorts , K K Trams

Hotel and Resorts in Chail : Hotel Monaal, Hotel Ekant , Rashi Resort , Hotel Lions

Hotel and Resorts in Kufri : Hotel Kufri Pacific, Kufri Holiday Resort

Hotel and Resorts in Shilon Bagh : Shilon Resorts , Toshali Royal View Resort

Hotel and Resorts in Naldhera : Chalets Resort

Hotel and Resorts in Taragarh Kangra Valley : Taragarh Palace Hotel

Hotel and Resorts in Mandi : Munish Resort

Hotel and Resorts in Parwanoo and Banaser : Timber Trail Resort

Hotel and Resorts in Chamba : Hotel Aroma Palace

Hotel and Resorts in Kandaghat, District Solan : The Destination Resort

 

 
 
 

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