About Himachal

Being an ideal gateway for wonderful holidays in the presence of Mother Nature, the state of Himachal Pradesh is known as the Land of Gods and Goddesses or Dev Bhoomi. Each and every corner of the state is full of natural wonders and completes natural beauty that will certainly draw your attention and persuade you to spend more time here. Located in the northern part of India on different altitudes above sea level, Himachal Pradesh is known for hill stations, flower-filled deep green valleys, crystal clear water rivers, shrines, wildlife sanctuaries and the presence of Mother Nature everywhere. Not forget to mention the apple orchards that are famous and bring some better earning opportunities to locals.

Best Time to visit – Explore Anytime
1. Summer Time - March to June (but pleasant weather where you will be away from hot of field area)
2. Winter Vacations to Enjoy in Himachal Pradesh - October to February
3. Rainy Season - July to September
4. Snowfalls can be spot all through winters and in the preliminary of rainy seasons.
Hill Stations in Himachal Pradesh
Shimla – the capital city and the most beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh is an ideal place and the most attractive destination. Apart from this, Kullu & Manali, Kufri, Rohatang Pass, Dharmshala, Dalhousie, Una, Solan, Bilaspur, Chamba, Palampur , Kalpa, etc are other destinations and the most popular hill stations in the state making your holidays in Himachal Pradesh full of fun and wonders.
Fair & Festivals
Himachal Pradesh is also known for fairs and festivals in the state. People here celebrate all the festivals with immense joy and pleasure. Some of the most memorable and fascinated festivals of Himachal Pradesh are Shivratri Fair at Baijnath (February), Shivratri Fair at Mandi (February - March), Nalwari Cattle Fair at Bilaspur (March), Chessu Fair at Rewalsar (March), Holi Fair at SujanpurTira (March), Summer Festival at Shimla and Dharamshala (May-June), Salloni Fair at Solan (June) and ManimaheshYatra trek from Bharmaur, Chamba to Mountain Kailash (August - September).
Flora & Fauna
The state of Himachal Pradesh is also known for deep and dense forest ranges. Hundreds of kilometre area dominated by Sisham, Sal, Chir Pine, Deodar, and a variety of other trees and rich flora and Fauna. Himachal Tourism Guide helps you in exploring the state in your own way and enjoy holidays.