India's Honeymoon capital-
Manali provides relief from the oppressive heat of the plains are known for their cool temperature and snow-capped mountains.
Mcleodganj, a lovely town close to upper Dharamsala, is tucked away among imposing hills and verdant vegetation.
Kasuali, which is surrounded by thick woods, is home to a variety of Himalayan plant and animal species, including several that are endangered.
Adventure-seeking tourists flock to Kufri throughout the winter to go skiing and sledding down hills blanketed with snow.
The location, which lies along the banks of the River Beas, is popular with newlywed couples, who come here in large numbers.
Dalhousie is known for its pleasant climate and scenic beauty. Subhash Baoli and Lohali village are other popular tourist attractions.
The Spiti Valley is renowned for its scenic landscapes and rich cultural history. One of Spiti's most well known sights is Tabo Monastery.
The area is renowned for its breathtaking vistas and is also known as "Little Lhasa" because of the vast number of Tibetan communities that are situated there.
Khajjiar is famous for the popular Khajji Naga shrine dedicated to the serpent god from which the name is believed to have been derived.
Ice skating in Shimla is among the most well-liked adventure sports available in the Himachal Pradesh hill region.