Known as ‘Valley of Gods’, the Kullu Valley, is home to a range of hipster resorts that are spread among the gushing rivers, steep terrain, and sights so serene; it seems as though every mountain peak was chiselled by the God's themselves. Kullu is also a mecca for adventure sports. Trekking, rafting, mountaineering and paragliding over the Himachal mountains are some of the few adventure tourism options that Kullu offers. Especially for trekking, Kullu offers a variety of options for seasoned trekkers and novices alike. Beginners can trek around the Beas Kund region, Hanuman Tibba and Deo Tibba.
Nestled cosily between the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, with the perpetual perfume of pine and deodar, Manali is one of the most popular hill stations in Himachal Pradesh. With breath-taking vistas, verdant forests, flowery meadows, gurgling streams and a mythical mist constantly suspended in the air Manali has been blessed with mesmerizing, poetic beauty. From museums and temples to hippie villages and bustling commercial main streets, Manali is reason enough to take a Himachal Pradesh tour.
Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh is a popular hill-station that is preferred by families and honeymooners owing to its accessibility, amenities and its natural beauty. Situated at the height of 2200m, Shimla was the summer capital of British India. It still holds on to its old-world charm with beautiful colonial architecture, pedestrian-friendly Mall Road and the ridge lined up with multiple shops, cafes and restaurants that might as well be scenes straight out of a turn-of-the-century novel. For a storybook Himachal Pradesh tour, visit Shimla and prepare to have your mind blown.