Also known as the Yadavindra Gardens, the Mughal Gardens were designed in the 17th century by Nawab Fidal Khan under the suzerainty of the Mughals. The gardens are neatly designed with symmetrical rows of flowerbeds and features several fountains.The place offers a serene and relaxing spot and is best visited during the festival of Baisakhi.


Kasauli is situated at an altitude of 1927 meters and like a few other places in Himachal Pradesh, reflects the influence of colonial rule. The views from here are spectacular. The serenity of the place is enchanting. Here are some top attractions in Kasauli-Monkey Point,Sunset Point,Christ Church,Dagshai,St. Patrick’s Church & Central Research Institute.


Located at an altitude of 6726 feet, Manali offers splendid views of the snow-capped mountains. The land is not just a feast to your visual senses; it also offers you the chance to ascertain your fitness level with the sporting facilities here. Set on the Beas River,It has a reputation as a backpacking center and honeymoon destination for visitors.


The spectacular beauty of Chamba has made this place dear to nature lovers. Located on the banks of River Ravi and at an altitude of over 900 meters above sea level, Chamba makes an excellent holiday retreat.some important destinations in Chamba are Khajjiar Lake,Chamera Lake,Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary,Bhuri Singh Museum,Rang Mahal.


Retaining not only the colonial looks but also the name, Dalhousie, was named after Lord Dalhousie, who was the British governor in the 19th century. This hill station is spread across five hills. The varying altitudes of the land have a wide range of vegetation including pine, oak and deodar.leading attractions in Dalhousie are Dainkund Peak & Panchpula.


One of the scenic valleys in Himachal Pradesh, Kangra, is not just rich in nature but also in history and culture. It has a rich past, which could be gauged by the fact that its name is mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. This picturesque valley has some of the beautiful attractions to offer-Kangra Fort,Nadaun,MaharanaPratap Sagar Lake.


At an elevation of 1210 feet, the hottest district in the state, Una, is referred to as the Gateway to Himalayas. The land seems an exception in Himachal Pradesh, where most of the cities are in the hilly region. If you intend to visit the place in summer, you need to have cotton clothes to make your stay comfortable.


Kullu in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most frequented tourist destinations. Often heard along with the name Manali, yet another famous tourist spot, Kullu is situated on the banks of Beas River. It was earlier called as Kulanthpitha, meaning ‘The end of the habitable world’. Awe-inspiring, right? Kullu valley is also known as the ‘Valley of Gods’.


Being in the lower elevation, Hamirpur is warmer. The altitudes vary from near flat lands to higher levels of land that reach up to the heights of cliffs. The hilly ranges here offer great scope for trekking. The land is said to be the most literate district in the state of Himachal Pradesh.Best places are-Deotsidh Temple,Sujanpur Tihra & Awah Devi Temple.