Nestled between the snow-clad Dhauladhar ranges and the great Indian plains, the picturesque state of Himachal is truly a traveler’s paradise. This place is draped in verdant valleys that are surrounded by the lofty snow peaks and bordered by thundering rivers. Visit our website and find the best Himachal tour packages from Delhi with us.
Himachal is a delightful destination since it is a good escapade from the intense Indian summer heat. Owing to its charming and picturesque beauty, this place is known as the Heart of India. This fascinating travel destination attracts tourists from far and wide. Find Himachal Tour packages with us and discover the real beauty of this place.
Himachal comprises natural hill stations, mountains, lakes and beautiful temples. This place is not only known for its scenic beauty but also a variety of adventure activities such as mountaineering, fishing, angling, level sports, etc. Book Himachal Packages from Delhi with us and gets ready to get enchanted.
March to June: An ideal time to visit Himachal is during the summer season when the area enjoys a spectacularly pleasant climate, occasional thunderstorms, and pre-monsoon showers especially in June.
July to September: Monsoons in Himachal are breathtakingly beautiful; however, the state becomes wet and quite land-slide prone. This makes monsoon a low season, tourist-wise, hence making accommodations easier and cheaper. The only drawback is that trekking, hiking, and other adventure opportunities are stopped at this time.
November to February: December to January are the coldest months here and the temperature drops down below zero often causing snowfall. If you like the romanticism of snow, then this is the perfect time to visit the state. Though snow-packed roads might cause a hindrance as parts of the state to lose connectivity during these months.
By Road: The most beautiful Indian State is well connected via road to all the major cities of the country. It is 343km from the Indian capital New Delhi via Chandigarh, 151km from Ambala, and 240km from Dehradun, 117km from Chandigarh. Apart from this, it is also well connected to Pathankot in Punjab.
by rail: In fact, there are no railway tracks in the entire state because of the loft hills. But, Kalka (90km away) is the nearest railway station to reach Himachal Pradesh to explore major tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh. There are regular trains from Ambala to Kalka through a Narrow-gauge line.
ByAir: For those tourists who come outside India the best airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport. However, Kullu also houses an airport that is only 23km away. There are regular flights from Delhi to Kullu.