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Take An Offbeat Trip To Unexplored Places In Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular and serene hill stations in India. While it sees a lot of tourists all through the year

Take An Offbeat Trip To Unexplored Places In Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular and serene hill stations in India. While it sees a lot of tourists all through the year, there are a few untouched places.

If you are someone who has already been to Himachal Pradesh, we bet you have only visited the popular tourist infested spots. There are so many unexplored gems tucked away in the clovers of Himachal Pradesh that it is not possible to explore all of them at once. Read on to explore the lesser-known spots of Himachal Pradesh.

These offbeat places in the realm of the Himalayas are just where you need to head to for a break from the daily grueling city life. These destinations not only bring you closer to nature but also help you retrospect and connect with yourself.

Head out to the stunning offbeat places in Himachal Pradesh that we have listed out for you for your next getaway.

 

1. Karsog Valley, Mandi

Karsog valley is a splendid gem located in the middle of apple orchards and compact woods of pines and deodars. Karsog Valley can easily be reached from Shimla via road. The best time to visit Shimla and its surrounding areas is March to June as the weather is perfect during these months. Karsog is so beautiful that you will feel like you are in the home of the Gods. The town is one of the most picturesque locations of Himachal Pradesh. Most people come here to relax amidst nature away from the hustle and bustle of the cities. If you also plan to stay in Shimla and explore the quaint town, you can get some great offers on Shimla Packages online.

 

2. Barot Valley, Mandi

Blessed with thick deodar forests, Barot is one of the most amazing places to visit in Himachal. Uhl River is situated right next to the Barot village which adds an extra bit of charm to the destination. So, if you are someone who enjoys nature walks, then Barot is the place for you to be.

 

3. Tirthan Valley, Kullu

Tirthan Valley

If you love to explore the least explored places, then Tirthan Valley calls out to you! Situated beside the Tirthan River, the valley has blooming flowers all year around. You can enjoy many adventurous activities here such as fishing, rappelling, camping, rock climbing, river crossing, etc. You can even try your hand at some night treks which are said to be super exciting!

 

4. Shoja, Seraj Valley

Shoja offers a great opportunity to relax in the lap of Mother Nature. Shoja is a beautiful place, located in the Seraj valley. The mornings here are especially energizing. Shoja is a tranquilizer for those who are searching for peace. The lake here is small but in quite a breathtaking location. There is also a small Dhaba here which offers hot food and sometimes shelter to backpackers.

 

5. Prini, Kullu

Prini is a quaint yet pretty town right opposite Manali. Manali is a popular honeymoon destination in India, and you can easily get many Honeymoon Packages in Manali online. Prini village isn’t quite developed yet but there are quite a few hotels and resorts here with an open view of the snow-clad mountains. It is the perfect offbeat destination for honeymooners. Very soon Prini will be called New Manali. The best time to visit Manali and Prini is during the summer months; however, Christmas and New Year’s Eve is also a good time to visit this town if you are looking for a quiet and white New Year!

 

Above and beyond these beautiful places wrapped in the Himachal corners, replete with natural glory, you can also take a look at places like Andretta – a peaceful village and an artists’ colony near the Kangra Valley, nestled at the foothills of the Dhauladhar Range; Beral – a charming small hamlet amidst apple orchards and pine forests, replete with tranquillity and traditional architectures, and four hours away from Shimla; Jibhi – a small village enveloped with cedar forests and lush pines of the Banjar Valley and Gushaini – a picture-perfect hamlet in Kullu, famous for Trout fishing and surrounded by forests that include Himachal’s highest wildlife diversities.

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