Himachal Tourist Guide

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Dalhousie

Dalhousie, Chamba, IndiaDalhousie is a hill station full of colonial charm that holds lingering echoes of the Raj. Spread out over five hills. Named after Lord Dalhousie...

Dharamsala

Dharamsala, Kangra, HimachalDharamsala is bea- utiful & peaceful town, surrounded by forests of pine. Up there is Suburb of Dharamsala called Macleodganj or Little Lhasa...

Pangi Land

Remote, beautiful, Wild. All these are but small adjectives that can try to explain also in tiny fragments the valley of Pangi.

Killar -The Pangi Land HeadquartersPangi lies in the northwestern extremity of Himachal Pradesh. This has an area of approximity 1,600 square kilometers and is sandwitched between two sub-systems of the Himalaya the Zanskar and Pir Panjal. Slicing a deep gorge, the river Chadrabhaga (also called the Chenab downstream), flows in from Lahual. Passing through the length, it divides Pangi into two unequal parts while the cliffs sometimes rise vertically to a height of a couple of thousand feet. The mountains surrounding the valley range between 5,400 and 6,700 metres. The tiny villages of this verdant pocket lie between 2,100 and 3,000 metres. 

Pangi LandOn the right bank of the river Chandrabhaga, the growing settlement of Kilar (2,590 m), is the administrative headquarters. The other side valleys of Pangi are Sural, Saichu, Kumar Parmar and Hudan. Now, almost all are connected by vehicular roads. Apart from these, the old trade routes still exist and connect these pockets to Ladakh’s Zanskar valley, in the adjoining state of Jammu and Kashmir

Land View of Killar in Pangi ValleyPangi is thickly forested and amongst others has trees of pine, oak and deodar. Places like Sural have thick woods of peeling-birch (bhoj patra) too. These woodlands supports a variety of wild life including ibex, snow leopard, himalayan thar, musk deer, black bear, brown bear and bharal. The birds include the monal and koklas pheasants, Himalayan tragopan, snow peacock, snow pigeon and the chukor. The Saichu Twan Nallah (named after the two main villages), is a notified pangi wildlife sanctuary.

Chamba

chamba, himachal
Chamba valley, the most loveliest in Himachal, is known for its scenic attractions, sparkling streams, beautiful lakes and crowned with high mountains ranges...

Kullu Manali

Kullu Manali, Himachal

 Kullu - Manali, A honeymooners place, is gifted with every thing that one can imagine. Kullu "The end of habitable world" and  Manali "Queen of Hills"...

 

Shimla

Shimla, Himachal, India

 Shimla a tourist destination. A beautiful hill town in the lap of nature, surrounded by pine and deodar forests. At a distance of 45 km, a prettiest place Solan exists"...

 

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