Top 3 Hidden Gems of Himachal Pradesh Worth Exploring In Summer 2019

Himachal Pradesh is one of the most scenic and engaging states of India. Few of its must-visit tourist destinations include Kullu, Manali, Shimla, Chamba, Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Kangra, Kasauli, Hamirpur, Parwanoo, Solan, Pragpur, Sirmaur, Chail, Una, etc. This North Indian State is blessed with breath-taking scenic natural beauty. It is not only famous for spectacular waterfalls and divine lakes; it is also famous for its Apple Orchard farms.

Be it Rohtang Pass or its numerous divine temples, your entire perception towards travel is bound to undergo a massive transformation while visiting Himachal Pradesh. Nevertheless, let’s explore a few hidden gems of Himachal Pradesh that do not lag in surpassing your expectations:-

Kinnaur:- Located approximately 235 km away from Shimla, Kinnaur is a name to reckon with fabulous water bodies including Baspa, Spiti and Satluj. Kinnaur is also famous for a prominent Hindu temple named Kinner Kailash that is devoted to Lord Shiva. Also, it is also well-known for the topmost quality of Apples, finest quality handicrafts and handlooms, chilgoza and a variety of adventure sports. If you adore tranquillity, paying a visit to Kinnaur will surprisingly delight you beyond your expectations.


Bir:- It is truly a hidden gem of Himachal Pradesh. Mainly known for trekking, paragliding and other adventure sports, this town is also a significant hub for mediation and varied spiritual pursuits. Every year, Bir hosts the World Paragliding Championship. Paying a visit to Bir Tea Factory and a Deer Park is recommended.


Shoja:- This panoramic village is nestled amidst the Banjar’s Valley. Bir's temples proffer a glimpse to a flawless wooden carving. Covered with Deodar forest, this village is a proud hub of magnificent forts, arresting waterfalls and lakes.

To sum up, it is next to impossible to explore vivid exotic Himachal Pradesh’s destinations in one single trip. However, as per your travel preferences, you can choose a few specific destinations, to begin with exploring this stunning State of India. Do you seek tranquillity and are extremely fond of nature?  Do you love exploring a variety of culture, customs and lifestyles? If Yes, Himachal Pradesh would be unarguably an apt state to explore within North India.


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