Top Five Hill Stations in Himachal Pradesh

Perched high on the slopes of Kangra Valley, Dharamshala is dotted with tall pine trees Deodar forest

This summer, take a break from the unbearable heat of the season. Hilly states in India welcomes you take nap in the lap of Mother Nature. Owning to your comfort and desire, let me bring to you a travel guide, which will offer you a snippet about the top 5 hill stations in Himachal Pradesh.


Trip to Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh is just more than any leisure activities. The charming hill-station is sandwiched between the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges. The hill-station, now-a-days is gaining attention in the sector of travel and tourism in India. Tourists from different corner of the world visit the place all through out the year. A walk down the way to Satdara and Panchpullah offers the ultimate beauty of nature. Other attractions of note are Kala Tope Khajjiar Sanctuary, Jhandrighat, Chamera Dam and Lower Bakrota Hill, which is home to more than 50-odd Tibetan families.


Manali, a sought after destination for adventure seekers is not just a place to undergo adventure activities. This hill-station in Himachal Pradesh is home to temples, gompas, tribal villages and lot more. Where adrenaline lovers participate in heli-skiing and explore the place, nature lovers dare to capture its eternal beauty on foot. Most popular place to visit in Manali are Hidimba Devi Temple, Gadhan Thekchoking Gompa, Gulaba Camp, Malana Valley, Solang Valley and Rahala Falls


Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh is blessed with the indomitable beauty of nature. The summer capital of India was discovered by British Government in 1819 and since then, the place continue to attract tourist all the year round. Major attractions in Simla are Annandale, Chadwick Falls, Chapslee, Christ Church and St. Michael’s Cathedraland Kotesvara Temple. Its worth a while to stay at popular resorts like Shilon Resort, Honeymoon Inn, The Cecil Oberoi Resort and Springfield and enjoy its scenic beauty.


Perched high on the slopes of Kangra Valley, Dharamshala is dotted with tall pine trees Deodar forest. The hill-station in Himachal Pradesh preserves the unique culture of Tibet in the form of colorful temples and Gompas. Tourist places to visit in Dharamshala are Chamunda Devi Temple, Maharana Pratap Sagar, Nurpur Fort, Dall Lake, Dharmkot, Namgyal Monastery and Pong Lake Sanctuary.


Popularly known as the ‘Tea Capital of North India’, Palampur hill-stations in Himachal Pradesh is a newly explored tourist destination in India. Legend has it that the place was a part of the local Sikh Kingdom and later came under the regime of British Government, during the colonial period in India. Till today, tourist can witness its glorious past, preserved in the form of colonial architecture. Besides, the place is highly explored by adventure trekkers and para-gliders all the year round.

Source by Mithi Dey