Shimla is situated on the south western ranges of Himalayas.It is the commercial, cultural and educational centre of the state. The city is full of pine and deodar trees. The arts and crafts of this place are highly in demand. The various kinds of crafts like small boxes, utensils are made up of this wood of pine and deodar. The climate in Shimla is cool during winters and moderately warm during summers.
Kullu is located in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on the banks of the Beas river. The name Kullu came from the name “Kulant Peeth” which means “End of The Habitable World”. Months of July and August are rainy and the climate is pleasant in October and November. Kullu is known for its scenic beauty.Rafting is also a famous thing to do as an adventurous sport..
Manali is situated in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley in the Beas river Valley. The name Manali is derived from “ Manu Alaya”.Manali has been blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty. From Museums to Temples, from little hippie villages to upscale streets, from river rafting to trekking mountains, Manali has every reason that attracts the tourists all over the year.The climate in Manali is cold during the winter and moderately cool in summers.
Dalhousie is located in Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. It is a high altitude town spread across 5 hills. Dalhousie named after British Governor General The Earl Of Dalhousie. It boasts of old world charm, mesmerising natural landscape, pine-clad valleys, flower bedecked meadows, fast flowing rivers, magnificent misty mountains and some of the most spectacular views in the world.
Kufri is located in Shimla district.The name Kufri is taken from the word “Kufr” which means “Lake”. Snow is something which attracts you here.The panoramic views and temples after a bit of trekking are worth the time.Kufri has a Himalayan wildlife zoo which hosts rare antelopes, felines and birds including the Himalayan monal, the state bird of Himachal Pradesh until 2007.
Dharamshala is a city located in Himachal Pradesh. It is situated in Kangra district at a distance of 18km from Kangra city. Dharamshala is famous for The Dalai Lama’s residence. Dharamshala is a Hindi word. The word refers to a shelter for spiritual pilgrims. The city is divided into two parts. The lower part is called Dharamshala itself and the upper part is known as Mcleodganj.