Here’s a list of the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh on your trip to the land of the Himalayas:


This place should be on top in the list of best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh during Monsoon. The best place to checkout out how Indo Tibetan community stays together with harmony and happiness. Good for solo traveler or a group. The total distance is almost 520 kilometres from Delhi. The drive from Delhi via Chandigarh, is about 12 hours and it will be a life changing experience if you believe my words.


Situated at 2500 metres altitude and a very popular travel destination in Himachal that brings you natural scenery comprising of thick forests, fruit orchards, and 360 digreee Himalayan views. I still remember a bone fire night sitting with my friends and listening to the ghost stories at Naldehra forest top last year.
There we have this summer retreat for President of India and they chose this place very wisely. This place is also good for outdoor activities boating, paragliding, trekking, camping and wildlife spotting. You can have all the fun during your weekend and travel by road 353 KM from delhi.


I’m glad to share this place with you. This is the land of Fairytales and one of the most spectacularly beautiful regions of Himachal. You need to spare around 4 days for this happiness from your busy life. This journey will explore beautiful alpine hamlets of Kinnaur; ‘Kalpa’, ‘Chitkul’, ‘Kothi’, ‘Roghi’ and ‘Batseri’ and some of the most stunning villages in upper reaches of Himalayas. Best place to go with a group and it is in a distance of 611 KM from Delhi


This hill station was built around five hills, Kathalagh, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora. Located on the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas. You better call it old world charm. This place was loved by Britishers and you can truly see this in majestic Victorian style mansions they constructed in this region. Ideal for Honeymooners and solo travellers with a distance of (559.0 km) from delhi


Well! this is one of my favourite. Kasauli is a place which will take you away from your office headache and will energize you with more power to focus on real you. If you wish to take your family along, this place is the best. Your weekend is good enough to explore this place which is around 293 kms from New Delhi and takes about 7 hours.


This gorgeous village is also called the little Greece of India. Not everyone wants to go there but a few with a crave of traveling Kullu Valley and that too solo.
You will be surprised to see the views of the Deo Tiba and Chandrakhani crests from Malana Velley. By road malana is 378 kms away from Delhi and takes roughly 10hrs. Go with a good friend or office group and spend ¾ days in the lap of Himalaya.

Really the list is long and can’t be captured in one blog. If you are planning a trip this Monsoon and need any help with things to do and best attractions , do contact our helpdesk