India is overloaded with a rich and varied cultural heritage, distinguished by an extraordinary and rich diversity of languages, traditions and religions. The country blessed by the presence of some truly magnificent hill stations that offer one a rare combination of nature’s bounty, scenic grandeur and tranquil relaxation. Himachal Pradesh, one of India’s states, that has a lot to offer its visitors. The state is blessed with many places of tourist attractions, which are dream destinations for many people visiting India. Himachal tour package offers beautiful hill stations, snow-capped mountains, rivers, lakes and valleys. The state has some of the most fantastic tourist spots worth visiting once in your lifetime.

Himachal is famous for its scenic hill stations like Shimla, Dalhousie, Manali, Dharamshala etc., which attract tourists from across the globe. The state also known for its adventurous activities like rafting on the Beas River and paragliding near Kangra. Himachal known as “Dev Bhoomi” as it has many Hindu temples considered sacred by Hindus worldwide. The state boasts some of the most breathtaking landscapes and lush green valleys.

Here are some tips for planning your trip to Himachal Pradesh:

Here are some tips for planning your trip to Himachal Pradesh

  • Choose the right time to visit

Himachal Pradesh has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons – summer (March to June), monsoon (July to September), autumn (October to November) and winter (December to February). You can visit this state any time during these seasons but avoid visiting during winters because it gets freezing here.

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  • Plan your itinerary

Many tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh include Shimla, Manali, Kullu-Manali, Dharamshala, Dalhousie and many more places. Tourists can plan their itineraries according to their interests and preferences by visiting these places at different times of the year. Or they can contact Noble House Tours which offers the best Himachal tour packages from Delhi.

  • How long do you need?

If you want to see most of the major attractions in Himachal Pradesh, then you should stay at least two weeks or more, depending on your available time. Don’t forget that many places require hiking, so make sure that you have enough time in case something goes wrong or someone gets injured while hiking!

  • Make sure you have enough money

Make sure you have enough money as per your Himachal trip cost while travelling because there are no ATMs in some areas like Kinnaur and Lahaul Spiti. Make sure your bank account is linked with internet banking so that funds can be transferred easily without any hassle during emergencies such as flight cancellations or sicknesses during travel time (which happens quite often).

  • Find out About the Weather

Weather plays an important role when travelling anywhere, especially if you are travelling with kids or older adults who might not be able to handle extreme weather conditions very well. Please find out about the weather before you go so that it does not ruin your vacation completely!

  • Pack at least one pair of trekking shoes

Himalayan trekking is a popular activity in Himachal Pradesh. You should always take along suitable shoes for trekking, especially if you are going on an overnight hike or in winter when it gets very cold up in the mountains. If you don’t have any trekking shoes with you, rent them from a travel agency which offers such facilities.

  • Interact with the locals

The locals are amiable and will be more than happy to help you with all the information you need. If you want to see things from their perspective, then interacting with them is a good idea because it will give you a better understanding of their culture and traditions.

  • Stay safe when driving

Himachal Pradesh known for its scenic beauty, so it’s no surprise that most people visit the state to enjoy nature. However, it would help if you took some safety measures while driving on roads with steep slopes or sharp curves. It is also important to avoid visiting isolated areas at night or after sunset. Stay safe, especially when driving alone!

  • Be mindful of the culture

Before travelling to any new place, it’s essential to be aware of the culture and traditions of the people there. In Himachal Pradesh, you’ll find people who have preserved their traditions and culture despite being in touch with the outside world. You can experience this when you go sightseeing or shop at local markets. Make sure you respect their culture and traditions as well.

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How to Reach Himachal ?

How to Reach Himachal

  • By Air

There are three airports in Himachal. Gaggal airport which is situated in Kangra district; another one is Shimla airport, situated in Solan district. The third is Bhunter airport, which is located in the Kullu region. You can take the flight from Amritsar after completion of your Golden Temple tour package.

  • By Train

You’re in luck if you’re looking for an adventurous train ride in Himachal Pradesh! The state has two narrow gauge lines; both declared UNESCO World Heritage properties and are great ways to explore this mountainous region. To travel by train, you will need first to reach Chandigarh. From there, you can catch a train.

  • By Road

Himachal is well connected to all major cities of India. You can take either the National Highway 1 or the NH-22 that connects Shimla with Chandigarh via Kalka-Shimla and Solan-Chandigarh,. However, the road conditions vary with each district. For instance, Shimla has some of the best roads, while Kinnaur district has some of the worst roads in India. You can easily hire buses, taxis or cabs. The streets are well-maintained by the government, which has helped provide better facilities for travellers.

Seasons in Himachal & Best Time to visit – Himachal tour package

Seasons in Himachal

  • Summer (May-June)

The summer season in Himachal Pradesh is the most popular tourist season when people from across the country visit this hill station. The temperature remains around 30°C during the day and 15°C at night. This season, you can enjoy cycling, trekking, rock climbing, and camping.

  • Monsoon (July-September)

The monsoon season in Himachal Pradesh brings heavy rainfall and clouds covering the entire state. During this season, there are chances of heavy rainfall in the state, and even in some regions of Himachal Pradesh, the monsoon can continue for three months. However, you can also enjoy your vacation during this period, as many festivals celebrated during this season.

  • Winter (October-March)

The winter season in Himachal Pradesh is ideal for Himachal tour package as it is not very cold like other regions in north India. The temperature ranges between 0°C to 20°C during these months, making it an ideal time to visit Shimla and Manali. In winter, Himachal sees heavy snowfall, making it difficult for travellers to reach here. However, those willing to brave the chill can enjoy skiing, snowboarding and sledging in Shimla, Manali and Kufri.

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