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Himachal places to visit in November

Vinod kumar
Himachal places to visit in November

The “Land of the Gods”, Himachal Pradesh is a destination like no other. This north Indian beauty is blessed with the most scenic vistas, snow-covered mountains, amazing weather, bewitching culture, and the most splendid hill stations that set it apart from the rest of India.

From couples to family vacationers, solo travellers to trekkers, the destination caters to a wide variety of tourists from all over India and even across the world. Himachal Tourism is a round the year destination, but as winters near tourists from all over the country head to this destination to enjoy snowfall, winter sports, and relish the beauty of the mountains during winters.

So, if you too are planning for a vacation, then here are our top picks you must explore in Himachal Pradesh in November:

Dharamshala: Surrounded by the snow-clad Dhauladhar mountains, Dharamshala is packed with architectural displays, Instagrammable cafes, and a large Tibetan community. Places like Mcleodganj, Bhagsunag, Dharamkot, Naddi are worth traversing here. Moreover, with trekking trails like Triund,

Dharamshala also attracts adventurers from across the world. You can easily find numerous Himachal tour packages from Delhi by car and travel in the comfort of your private vehicle to this amazing destination.

Manali: A picture-perfect retreat located at 2,050 metres on the River Beas valley, Manali attracts vacationers for its unmatched natural beauty. The scenic hill is known for its antique temples, Tibetan monasteries, picturesque meadows, dense deodar forests, and snow-clad mountains. A famous destination among

honeymooners, Manali provides the best romantic landscape coupled with the best accommodation to make your romantic escape a lifetime memory.


Shimla: Heralded as the Queen of Hills, Shimla is a colonial hill station with a charm of its own. Here you can explore some of the magnificent colonial-era architectural marvels including the famous Viceregal Lodge, Christ Church, Town Hall, Gaiety Theatre, and others.

The state capital is also home to other famous attractions such as the Jakhoo Hill and Temple, Himachal State Museum, Mall Road, etc. Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, Shimla is also a great place for some open-air activities and trekking.

Kasauli: Though small in appearance, Kasauli is a peace seeker’s delight. Situated at an altitude of 1,900 m, Dalhousie is a secluded colonial town with a charm of its own.

Known for its natural abundance, serene vibes, Kasauli is also dotted with many points of interest such as the Christ Church, Baptist Church, Monkey Point, Kasauli Brewery, Kasauli Club, and Nahri temple.

Dalhousie: A year-round destination, Dalhousie never fails to impress travellers with its unending charm and stunning landscape. The destination becomes splendid as winters near and the entire hill town gets enveloped in a white sheet that adds up to the beauty of this destination. Dalhousie lures honeymooners, solo travelers, and group travelers for its remarkable peaks, dense greenery, as well as adventure seekers for its thrilling activities, like trekking, canoeing, river rafting, camping, and kayaking.

The state of Himachal Pradesh is a complete package for travellers who want to explore a scenic destination with unparallel natural beauty.

Himachal Tourism offers a variety of package options including Himachal honeymoon Packages from Hyderabad all-inclusive Himachal Tour packages, and Complete Himachal Tour Packages to suit the varied interest of travellers in the best possible way. 

Vinod kumar
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