Himachal, el centro de la aventura, la naturaleza, la cultura, la historia y la espiritualidad.
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Sobre el turismo en Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh es uno de los lugares turísticos de montaña más visitados del norte de la India, en la región del Himalaya. Te regala recuerdos que duran toda la vida. Valles, montañas, antiguos monasterios, lugares históricos, lagos, puertos de montaña. – La lista no tiene fin. El viajero que hay en usted se verá obligado a quedarse aquí para siempre. Si coge cualquier guía de viajes de Himachal, lo más probable es que se quede prendado de su belleza en pocos minutos. Este estado tiene mucho que ofrecer. De hecho, es una de las principales atracciones turísticas del norte de la India.
Mezclémonos con el relajante ritmo de la naturaleza
Himachal Pradesh tourism has something in store for nature lovers. Its beauty lies in its diversity. You have lush valleys like Kinnaur, Kullu and Kangra & barren terrains of Lahaul & Spiti. Tales of Malana fascinate tourists as much as the Buddhist culture in Mcleodganj. Exploring Dalhousie, with its rich colonial past, is sheer delight. The famous Hill stations like Shimla, Kullu & Manali are dotted with meadows, orchards, quaint villages & rich colonial past.
Any sightseeing tour of Himachal should include its wonderful lakes. Quiet and still, they reflect the surroundings, both literally and symbolically. A few of the famous lakes are Renuka, Rewalsar, Prashar, Suraj Tal & Chandratal. The views of the Himalayan Ranges fill you with excitement, from head to toe.
Say Yes to New Adventures
The varied landscape of Himachal also lends itself to various adventure activities. The thrill of river rafting can be enjoyed at River Sutlej at Tattapani near Shimla, River Beas near Kullu, River Ravi near Chamba, River Chenab and Spiti in Lahaul and Spiti district.
There are also a lot of opportunities for trekking, for both amateur & advanced trekkers. Some of the famous treks are Pin Parvati Pass, Hampta Pass, Kinnaur Kailash & Chandratal.
Soar high with paragliding at Bir Billing, the second highest paragliding spot in the world. Skiing, angling, rock climbing, camping & mountaineering are other top adventure sports you can enjoy.
Heritage of the Glorious Past of Himachal Pradesh
History buffs travelling to Himachal also have something to look forward to. There are several heritage sites which are top tourist attractions, for both their architecture & historical magnificence. From ancient forts, colonial mansions, lush country sides of ancient traditions, magnificent havelis to elegant British colonial architecture, you will be mesmerized to see its breathtaking heritage charm.
A few of these are Jandrighat Palace in Dalhousie, Rang Mahal in Chamba, Bahadurpur Fort in Bilaspur, Padam Palace in Rampur, and Kangra Fort in Kangra.
Pristine Wilderness and Exotic Wildlife of Himachal Pradesh
Himachal is very popular for its national parks. These are home to rare and endangered animals. The most famous of these is Great Himalayan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can spot high altitude Himalayan animals like Himalayan Tahr, Himalayan Brown Bear, blue sheep and snow leopard. The vast floral and faunal you can spot the exotic Himalayan wildlife are Pin Valley & Inderkilla.
Voice of Cultures in Himachal Pradesh
To gain an insight into the culture of Himachal Pradesh, you must attend its festivals. The famous among these are Chrewal, Lavi, Minjar Mela and Kullu Dussehra. Several traditional dances like Cham, Rakshasa, Chihara, Bakayang, Shand & Shabu are performed here.
You should also check out the traditional art forms including Kangra, Thangka and Mural. The rich craft tradition in the state is influenced by the myths and local folk tales of Himachal Pradesh. Crafts like wood carving, embroidery, jewellery & stonework have flourished since a long time.
Just like any other state, Himachal has its own cuisine, which has a strong Tibetan influence on it. The Tibetan influence is more strongly seen in the highlands of Kinnaur, Lahaul & Spiti, Patande of Sirmaur, Sepu Vadi or Mandi & Khatta Karai of Kangra. These delicious cuisines have a rich history. Good taste and simplicity in presentation makes it more authentic and worth it to have.