Valley Of Himachal Pradesh

Baspa Valley / Sangla Valley of Himachal Pradesh Baspa valley located around the bank of Baspa river and it has been named after the Baspa River. It is based on the Kinnaur District. Sangla ( 2,680 ...

Dalhousie

Dalhousie, is known as a hill station within the Dhauladhar range founded in 1854 by the British Empire in India. The British acquired 5 hills - Kathlog, Portreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun, which provides coverage ...

Chamba

Chamba, the land of Lord Shiva, is an ancient town in the Chamba district in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Chamba lies between Zanskar and Dhauladhar ranges, is famous for its scenic beauty, ancient temples, ...

Theog

Theog is placed at an average height of 1965 metres It's situated on National Highway NH22 (on the Hindustan-Tibet Road), a 32 km far from Shimla. Theog is undoubtedly an incredible town whose ...

Manimahesh

Manimahesh is in the south-eastern edge of Chamba District. It is situated close to the Chamba-Kullu border. This place is approximately 6 km south of Dancho and 6 km north-west of Bajoli. Manimahesh is a ...

Hamirpur

The district of Hamirpur having inherited its name from a descendent of a great Katoch lineage Raja Hamir Chand. Hamirpur District was created mainly as a result of trifurcation of the erstwhile Kangra district on ...

Kinnaur

Kinnaur one of the most beautiful districts of Himachal Pradesh having an area of about 6,553 square kilometers is situated on the National Highway No. 22 connecting Indo Tibetan border. It is about 250 kms ...

Maharana Pratap Sagar

Maharana Pratap Sagar Wetland, situated in the North Himalayan range, is surrounded with rugged ridges, forested glades and streams that cut through valleys and canyons. State roofed structures of mud, brick and stone gather to ...

Spiti

The Spiti Valley is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. The name "Spiti" means "The Middle Land", i.e. the land between Tibet and India. The...

Lahaul

Some call Lahaul the “Himalayan Scotland”, and the locals say that the origin of the word ‘Lahaul’ is “Lho-Yul” meaning "Southern Country” or of Lahi-yul – ‘Country of the Gods’ . The valley of Lahaul ...