Himachal Pradesh, the gateway to Himalayas, is a perfect choice for March. Of course, you would be confused to visit wherein Himachal Pradesh. Himachal Pradesh, the enchanting beauty, offers an exciting list of things to see and places to visit.
If you plan to visit the gateway to the Himalayas anytime soon, here is a list of some unique places!
Kasol, known as “Amsterdam of India”, is a scenic hamlet on the banks of the Parvati River in the Parvati Valley of Kullu district. Kasol is an ideal place for adventure enthusiasts and nature admirers.
Located at an altitude of 12,500 feet above sea level, Spiti Valley offers a panoramic view encircled by the Himalayas. Twisting roads, snowy deserts, snow-clad mountains, and pristine streams are the peculiarity of Spiti Valley. The place also has many artistic ancient Buddhist cloisters. Spiti is open only for six months a year through motorable paths.
In March, Shimla is one of the most visited places in Himachal Pradesh. This beautiful hill station exudes classic British vibes, set at the height of 2200 m, and most of the buildings are finished in colonial architecture. This vacation capital of British, set amid mesmerizing mountains and thick forests, is one of the most superbly planned Indian cities.
Located about 235 km from Shimla, Kinnaur is a stunning place featured by rugged mountains and rivers – Baspa, Satluj, and Spiti river.
Kasauli is a small hill-town found on the way to Shimla from Chandigarh. The main attractions here are cedar and pine forests and sumptuous Victorian-style buildings that were erected in the colonial days.
Every place in Himachal Pradesh has its own uniqueness and beauty. Dalhousie, Manali, Kullu etc., need no introduction for travel enthusiasts. Apart from these popular places, Himachal has so many hidden destinations.