Dharamshala is the principal township of Kangra district and overlooks wide spread of the plains. With dense pine and deodar forests, numerous streams, cool healthy air, attractive surroundings and the nearby snow-line, Dharamsala has everything for a perfect holiday.
The Bilaspur district is situated in Satluj valley in the outer hills and covers area of 1,167 sq. Kms. Its boundaries touch Una, Hamirpur, Mandi and Solan districts. Satluj is the main river which passes through the middle of the district and divides it into almost equal parts.The New Township Bilaspur should be regarded as the first planned hill town of the country.
Situated at an altitude of 2,670 metres above sea level, Reckong-Peo is the administrative headquarters of Kinnaur District in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Reckong Peo, is also popularly known as Peo, by the local residents. Popularly known as the ‘Land of Gods’, this district came into existence on 1st May, 1960.
Keylong, also known as Kyelong or Kyelang, is the district headquarters of Lahaul and Spiti. Located along the Manali–Leh highway, it is also a popular stopover for tourist heading to Ladakh. This small town is simply a nature’s bliss to watch with snow clad peaks and green valleys.
This quaint valley system is situated at a height of 996 m. above the sea level on the south bank of the Ravi River, just 56 km from Dalhousie. It is clustered between the Dhauladhar Range and the Pir Panjal range. For centuries this region had been ruled by the princely state of Chamba, which is the most ancient state in North India. This valley offers something for all with scenic locales, temples, local handicrafts and heritage sightseeing.
Rampur, the birth place of Raja Virbhadra Singh, is situated 130 kms away from Shimla and just 40 kms from Sarahan. Built on the banks of river Sutlej, Rampur has got multitudes of nature’s retreats like Sharai koti temple, sarahan Bhimakali temple complex, Nirmand, Kullu Saran, etc to name a few.
Mcleod Ganj is a sleepy, quaint yet popular tourist spot in Himachal Pradesh. Named after Sir Donald Friell McLeod, a Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, it was established as a British garrison during their reign here. It still holds the colonial charm it was built with. Today it is headquarter to Tibetan government in exile and the holy residence of the 14th Dalai Lama. Mcleod Ganj was little known, came into limelight in 1960 when H.H. Dalai Lama and his entourage sought refuge here following the Chinese invasion of Tibet.