- Manali: First of all we talk about Manali, it can be started from anywhere. There is a lot to see and do in this beautiful valley. Beautiful mountains of snow, many places for adventure activities such as Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass. Manali's magnificent beauty takes you back year after year. Adventure activities include ice skating, Paragliding and trekking on the Solang valley. The Rohtang Pass is a little scary, but here you will find incredible high mountains of ices. Apart from these, the visit to the Hidimba Devi Temple and Sulfur Springs in Vashista is quite important. There are also many small and big destinations around Manali, especially the old Manali itself is a historic place. The tourists from all parts of the world definitely add color to life here.
- Shimla: Shimla's drive in Himachal is like a visual treat! The green forest and a wide highway, which gives a different joy to drive. There are usually crowds in the city, so here you have to book the hotel for stay in advance. The Mall Road survives with colorful colonial-style buildings and restaurants for tourists. You can get delicious food, shopping and admire lovely scenes here. Do not forget to ride a charming toy train here. Christ Church, government buildings and the surrounding mountainous terrain represent an exotic image that makes Shimla Ridge an excellent place to walk leisurely. The state museum and Summer Hill are other attractions of Shimla. Visit Tara Devi Temple and Sankat Mochan Temple to take auspicious blessings of the Lord and go for some time to see the mighty hills which are witness to history.
- Kasauli: Kasauli has its own, old world charm. This is a great place to chill between mountains on weekends. Here is a quaint beauty of the old church. Take a walk in the jungles or stroll around the market; Kasauli is a place built with some great small hotels. It has a Northern Army base in India, so visit permission in many areas is restricted. The most popular attraction of Kasauli is "Manaki Point". It is a hill standing in the shape of a leg with Hanuman temple. It is a legend that in the Ramayana era of India, Lord Hanuman had stepped on this hill on the way of Himalayas for getting 'Sanjivani Buti', which made it flat with his huge weight. The place is filled with monkeys, who believe that everything is right by their seed. Spend your free time in the local market and the small monastery or roam the hills for long periods of time.
You can't miss these hill stations in Himachal, because these places have something for everyone. Learn more about Indian places with indiavisitonline.in