Himachal Hill Station

There are many Himachal hill stations in Himachal Pradesh state in India. The most prominent ones are Shimla, Manali, and Kullu. All Himachal hill stations are set on the lap of the Great Himalayan mountain ranges.

Himachal Hill Station Tour - Manali City
Manali in Himachal Pradesh state

The entire Himalayan state is at an altitude of 350 to 7000 meters. Many springs, freshwater lakes, rivers, etc., are found in this state.

Shimla is easily accessible by bus from the capital of India, New Delhi. There are regular bus services by the HP state government and private bus operators. Those bus drivers are some of the most experienced on the Himalayan ghat roads. It’s a pleasure to watch those drivers negotiate the narrow ghat roads effortlessly.

Some of the major tourist destinations in the state are listed below. All tourist places are accessible by road.

There is a nine-day/eight-night tour package to visit Shimla. There are other Himalayan hill station tour packages also. It takes at least two days to cover a hill station like Shimla. Dharmasala sightseeing takes a minimum of two or three days.

How Do I Go to the Himachal Hill Stations?

Himachal tour typically starts from New Delhi, the capital city of India, with an International airport, train, and road connectivity. Package tour operators pick you up from New Delhi, guide you, or take you to the hill station state of Himachal Pradesh.

New Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin railway stations are the two major railway stations in New Delhi. Roads connect New Delhi to other parts of the country.

Are There Any Good Hotels?

There are good hotels in Shimla, Manali, Kullu, and other tourist places in the state of HP. Tourism package operators can help you to get the best hotel in these places.