Dalhousie The hill station of Dalhousie is full of old world charm and holds lingering echo’s of the Raj.: It covers an area of about 15 sq. km and is built over five hills (Kathlog, Potreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun). The town is named after the British Governor General of the 19th century, Lord Dalhousie. The town’s height varies between 1525 […]


Kahjjiar Height : 1951 m Considered to be one of the most picturesque spots on Earth, Khajjiar is often likened to the landscapes of Switzerland. This status was officially given to this exquisite glade by the Swiss authorities and it is one of the 160 p|aces in the world that bear a topographical resemblance to Switzerland. A plaque marks Khajjiar‘s distance […]

Chamba Town

Chamba Height : 1000 m Chamba town is located on the right bank of the river Ravi. As a former princely State, This is one of the oldest in the country and dates back to the sixth century. lt is well known for its splendid architecture and as the base for numerous excursions. lt is also a district headquarters. Banked […]


HAMIRPUR  Height 1925 m From a small town on the highway between Shimla and Kangra, Hamirpur has swiftly expanded as an economic hub for the area. Several roads fan out of this rapidly growing town and this is also the administrative headquarters of the district with the same name. The story of Hamirpur goes back to the epic, Mahabharata when […]

Parvati River, Kasol


Kasol Height 1640 m. Kasol is a charming spot with a broad expanse of clear white sands on the Parvati River bank. The Parvati River is the largest tributary of the Beas River in Kullu Valley. The cold waters and rapids of Parvati River at Kasol shelter good spots for trout fishing. GETTING THERE : By Road : Kasol in […]

Hidimba Temple Manali


Manali  Height: 1830 m. Just a step away from the majestic  heights of the snow covered mountains, Manali is one of India’s favourite hill destinations. Thick forests rise over a carpet of varied foliage and flowers. Terraced fields and small hamlets dot the slopes. There is an enormous range of sightseeing, activity and adventure that is available around the town. It […]

Kullu City

Kullu  Altitude 1220 m. For good reason, the Kullu region is called the ‘Valley of the Gods‘. Apart from its breathtaking natural beauty, there are some 350 local deities worshipped in and around Kullu — and they converge once a year at the vibrant Dusshera celebrations. Tucked in the folds of the high Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar mountains, the Kullu […]


Rampur Rampur is situated on banks of Satluj river and was once capital of Bushahr, an old princely state. A lot of people visit Rampur in November to attend Lavi Fair. Some tourist spots in the town and nearby are Raghunath Temple, Ayodhya temple, Dumgir Buddhist Temple, Padam Palace, and Narsingh Temple. The town of Rampur is […]


Chail  Chail was capital of the Patiala State and is famous for world’s highest cricket ground at altitude of of 2250 m, built in 1893. There is also a wildlife sanctuary 3 km from there.  Chail, in the Shivalik belt, is a secluded little haven. As the ‘summer capital’ of the erstwhile princely state of Patiala, the small […]


Narkanda  Narkanda (2708 m) is popular with tourists for skiing and ancient Hatu Mata temple. Narkanda was once a staging post along the Hindustan Tibet Road and today, this small town is famous for its wide views, forests and as a destination for a quiet holiday in the heart of nature. The area has forests of fir and spruce, […]