Himalayan Hill Station tour

Himachal tour details for those tourists interested visiting the state of Himachal Pradesh is given below.

Shimla Railway Station, Himachal  PradeshView of Shimla Railway Station.

Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful state with many hill stations like Shimla, Manali Hill Station and Kullu hill station. All these are very beautiful hill stations set on the lap of Himalayas.

Entire Himachal Pradesh state is at a height of 350 to 7000 meters above sea level. Many a springs, fresh water lakes, rivers, etc. are found in this state.

Shimla is in Himachal Pradesh State of India, Near to the capital of India, New Delhi. Chamba, Kalpa, Spiti Valley, Tattapani, Chail, Bir-Billing, Manikaran, Dalhousie, Barog, Kasauli, Khajjiar, Dharamsala, etc, are some of the major tourist destinations in the state of Himachal Pradesh. All these places are accessible by road.

There is a tour package to visit Shimla, Its a 2 nights/3 days package is there. There is also a 6 nights/ 7 days Himalayan hill station tour package available.

How Do I Go for the Himachal Hill Station Tour?

Himachal tour normally starts from New Delhi, the metro city with International airport, train and road connectivity, Package tour operators pick you from New Delhi, guide you or takes you to the hill station state of Himachal Pradesh. New Delhi railway station anf Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station are the two major railway stations in New Delhi. New Delhi is connected by roads to other parts of the country.

Is There Any Good Hotels in Shimla?

There are many good hotels in Shimla. Shimla tourism related Tour package operators can help you to get a good Shimla hotel.

George Thiruvilakalayil George

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