The climate conditions remain pleasant all year long in Himachal Pradesh, with the exception of a few cities that have to deal with extreme weather conditions. But the state receives maximum tourists and travelers during the summers. This is not only a holiday period for the Indians, but the pleasant weather turns out to be a savior of melting heat in the neighboring countries.


In the summer of March to June 22 ° C – 37 ° C

Monsoon July to September 15 ° C – 28 ° C

Winter Oct to Feb 0 ° C – 15 ° C


How much money do you need in Himachal Pradesh? ₨ 1,873 ($ 28) is the average daily rate for travel in Himachal Pradesh. The average food price for one day is ₨ 473 ($ 6.99). The average price of a hotel for a couple is ₨ 2,375 ($ 35). Additional prizes are shown in the table below. These average travel prices are collected from other travelers to help you plan your own travel budget.


Accommodation1 Hotel or hostel for one person ₨ 1,187 Food2 Meals for one day ₨ 473 Local transport1 Taxis, local buses, metro, etc. ₨ 256 Entertainment1 Entrance tickets, shows, etc. ₨ 298 Alcohol2 drinks for one day ₨ 295


With a name that translates to ‘residence of snow’, Himachal Pradesh is a state in the northwest of India with opportunities to experience the Himalayan mountain range. Visitors come to the region to experience the mountain landscape, to engage in Tibetan culture and to learn more about the ancient past of the region.


With the proximity of the Himalayas, the state of Himachal Pradesh does not lack a striking mountain landscape with charming hills and valleys. Dalhousie, located in the western part of the state, is a hill station known for its background. The area actually consists of five hills called Balun, Tehra, Kathlog, Patreyn, and Bakrota – all with churches and picturesque colonial architecture. Kullu Valley is also known for its landscape, located along the banks of the river Beas. Kullu, also known as ‘Vally of the Gods’, is home to a number of ancient temples and festivals, as well as a handcraft culture of woven wool products. Spiti Valley and Lahul Valley are also very picturesque with rolling hills and their own temples.

There is also plenty to see in the urban areas of the state. Shimla, the capital of the state, is best known for the Jakhu temple, which offers views of the mountains from the location just above the city. This temple, populated by apes, is reportedly the place in the Ramayana where the monkey god, Hanuman, rested during his journey to the Himalayan mountains. The Ridge offers a different view of the city and is also a hub for the cultural and social scene. Another popular center of activity is The Mall, which has shops, restaurants, bars and more.


Himachal Pradesh is generally divided into twelve districts – Bilaspur, Chamba, Hamirpur, Kangra, Kinnaur, Kullu, Lahul and Spiti, Mandi, Sirmaur, Shimla, Solan, and Una. The capital of the state is Shimla, a popular summer destination nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. Other popular hubs are the town of Bir for its Tibetan community and Buddhist monasteries, Dalhousie because of its Victorian charm, Dharamsala as the home of the Dalai Lama and India’s largest Tibetan community, and Manali as a mountain station close to the mountains. Jogindernagar, Keylong, and Bilaspur are also well-visited locations in Himachal Pradesh as well as Sundernagar and Mandi.


At the foot of the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh is a popular base camp area for hiking, climbing, and skiing amidst the rugged terrain of the highest mountains in the world. Visitors are also attracted to the region to learn more about the Buddhist religion. There are many cultural and religious places to visit, where everyone can attend worship or even take lessons about Buddhism. Some of the cities, such as Dharamsala, offer lessons in the studies of yoga, meditation, healing practices, paragliding, cooking and thangka painting. Many others also come to Dharamsala to meet or at least see, the Dalai Lama. Meeting “His Holiness” is a spiritual experience for Buddhists and memorable experience for anyone who respects religion. It is not always easy to get this opportunity, because the Dalai Lama travels often and the private-public is carefully chosen (applicants must provide detailed information about themselves and why they want to see ‘His Holiness’). He gives planned public lessons, although they are often busy.

Food and Dining

The cuisine of the Himachal Pradesh region is simple but nutritious and consists largely of chicken and mutton with vegetables, including pumpkins, potatoes, beans and red beets. Some main meals in the region are thukpa (noodle soup usually with chicken and vegetables), sky (dough pieces of thumb size in a kind of soup) and momos (dumplings). Other specialties are khambir (a wholemeal local bread baked in a pan form), butter tea (salty tea churned with butter) and change (a light local beer brew). These dishes are very common in the mountainous regions of the Himalayas. Momos are popular street food, served steamed or baked and filled with spiced potato, cabbage, spinach, radish or carrot with chili sauce on the side. Each of the noodle dishes is also staples. Each of the popular destinations has a variety of dining options, from traditional to international flavors.


The geographical location of the state makes transport somewhat difficult. By plane, the main airports in Himachal Pradesh are the Kangra Airport (which serves Dharamsala), Shimla Airport and Kullu-Manali Airport – all of which offer flights to and from Delhi.

There is very little rail connection, except for the Kalka-Shimla railway line, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The bus is probably the most practical and cheapest way to enter the region with three routes from Delhi:



Delhi-Chandigarh-Kangra-Dharamsala or -Chamba

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