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Travel tips for Shimla, Kullu and Manali

SHMILA

The three most heralded travel destinations in beautiful Himachal Pradesh are three must visit destinations in the north western region of the Himalayas.

  • It snows often in Shimla and the chill winds can put a dampener on you if you are not prepared. Covering yourself in many layers, protecting your ears and ensuring to eat food that keeps you warm is essential to a good holiday. Summers temperatures see a pleasant low of 19 while in the winters, the mercury can drop to -6.

  • Carry enough cash with you while travelling. While there will be businesses that accept card payments, in certain situations if there is a connectivity issue, cash is the only solution.

  • Homestays are very popular in Shimla, with many estate owners and small farm owners willing to let out rooms for tourists. Each homestay is a different experience. A charming and engaging host will make your trip much more enjoyable.

  • For the trekker in you, there are many destinations in the Shimla Kullu Manali triad. The river Beas at the base of the Kullu valley is 80 kms long and 2 kms at its widest. The river provides many trekking trails and picnic spots, peppered with handmade bridges. There are also destinations along the river for rafting.

  • Trout fishing is a popular activity across the river, especially at Banjar which lies on one of the routes between Kullu and Shimla.

  • For those looking to party, Manali is an idea destination. The tolerance levels in Manali are much better for those who are looking to let-loose.

  • All through Shimla, Kullu and Manali you will find fantastic handicrafts being sold by local artisans. Bags, hats, sweaters, woodwork and much more to choose from.

  • The Rohtang pass that leads to the famous Leh Ladakh starts from here, and it is one of the highest motorable roads in the world.

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