5 Amazingly beautiful Lesser Known Places to Visit in Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful and Must Travel destination for India Travelers which is Known to be the captivating region of the Indian Himalayas. Himachal Pradesh is many times referred to as the “Magical Showcase of Nature’s Splendor”. Boasting abundant green wide valleys and grassland resting against magnificent snow-clad mountains; lakes clear like crystals, fruit laden orchards and corn and tea planted in a way-showcasing soft leveled terraces and flowing rivers and spurting streams; all these are those attractions that magnetizes tourist to Himachal from all over the world. The state showcases its traditional dance and music art in a religion-oriented manner, intentionally invoking gods during the festivals by their talents of singing and dancing.
Another specialty of this Indian state of Himachal pradesh is its large embroidered shawls, famous by the name of Thapada which are a special a product of Himachal handicraft. Let it be carpets and rugs, or caps and woolens; tourist here can adorn themselves with the lure of hand embroidered, exclusive and traditional designs.
Kanwar Sanctuary: Located on the banks of Beas River and on the lower reaches of Himalayas, Kanwar Sanctuary is situated on Parbati valley in Kullu. This sanctuary is well-known for its substantial population of Himalayan Tahr. A Rest House at Kasol can be the best ambush. A trek amid thick pines and deodars along Garahan Nala from Kasol would be an awesome experience, worth recalling for lifetime.
Rohtang Pass: A few kilometers from Manali, this place is loved and adored by most of the tourist for its divergent landscapes. Lying in the district of Spiti and Lahaul, this place looks exquisite in the brusque sunlight and is far away from the external modernity of this world. Visitors here can experience the rich greenery of the Kullu valley along with brown bared mountains, snowfields and glaciers. However, due to its difficult terrain many tourists have not been able to venture into this region.
Chamba dale: Lured by visitors for Chaugan which is a public promenade here and for its well known medieval temples; Chamba dale is the oldest princely states, surrounded by the famous ranges of Shivalik. Located in a vibrant valley, Chamba is famous for its traditional festivals, and also boasts of architectures representing the aura of its former rulers. This valley also poses of an ideal getaway for picnics, famous by the name of Khajjar. This calm place is a grass-covered meadow and lies in between Chamba and Dalhousie.
Kinnaur Valley: For all those generations, looking out for an adventurous holiday, this land of rich green valley, vineyards, ripe orchards, snow-covered peaks and cold desert mountains is the most suitable tourist destination of Himachal Pradesh.
Renuka Lake: Situated at a height of 672 m, Renuka Lake in Sirmour district has a circumference of 3214m. The largest lake of the state is shaped like a reclining woman, looked upon as the incarnation of the Goddess Renuka. The lake lies in an extensive valley and bordered by enchanting slopes draped with thick woods. The Temple adjacent to the lake is a holy pilgrim for many. The lake itself is a jolly place for picnics, fishing and boating.
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