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Unexplored Places to Visit in Himachal Pradesh

ShiviMay 28, 20216min10530

Himachal Pradesh is one of India’s most picturesque tourist destinations to offer to passionate tourists around worldwide. Severely lauded and admired for its rich natural attractions, the state is well known for providing heavenly holiday experiences that become memories for a lifetime. Nestled mainly in between the Himalayan Mountains, several unexplored and offbeat places feature stunning hills, sublime valleys, historic monasteries, and gleaming lakes.

 

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Here’s a list of top unexplored places to visit in Himachal Pradesh that will satisfy your wanderlust.

 

Malana

When in Himachal Pradesh, you must visit the historical village of Malana. Despite being ancient or very old, the town is surreally beautiful and based on the valleys of Parvati. While it still homes a handful of families, legends state that there are inhabitants who share ancestral links with Alexander the Great troops. The place is a subtle combination of natural beauty and thrilling folklore.

 

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Tirthan Valley

Nature can be found at its purest best if one can visit the Tirthan Valley in Himachal Pradesh. The valley is surrounded by the Great Himalayan National Park and accompanied by the Tirthan River. The ethereal exhibition of lustrous greenery and gorgeous waterfalls make this place an ideal spot to relax and witness nature’s lap.

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Chitkul Village

Chitkul enjoys its fair share of tourist visits round the year due to organic firms’ presence and snow capped mountain peaks. Belonging to the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, this village is the last venue ahead of the Indo-Tibet border that won’t require you a visa permit for travelling. An abundance of apple orchards, mustard fields, and the Baspa River will captivate your imagination. Word of caution, the weather could get tricky. Hence it would be best if you are suitably prepared.

 

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Pabbar Valley

The riches of Pabbar Valley can ideally sum up the tourism offerings of the state of Himachal Pradesh. This valley will have tourists spellbound and amazed by its fruit orchards, picturesque brooks, and luscious meadows. If not much, you can stroll through the tiny villages in the vicinity while passing through cedar, oak, and birch forests and finally through snow-covered valleys. Nature enthusiasts can participate in outdoor activities such as camping, rafting, and paragliding as well.

 

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Thanedar

Famous for its numerous apple orchards, Thanedar has long hosted nature lovers and passionate tourists. Surrounded by apple and cherry orchards, this spot is highly recommended for people who enjoy some me-time during vacations. The countless orchards supply millions of apples both across India as well as abroad. You will find several accommodation arrangements in the location, with quite a handful of resorts available for boarding. Make sure you visit Hatu Peak to get a fascinating view of the snow-capped Himalayan Range.

 

Wrapping Up

Hopefully, you have come across some of the best offbeat and unexplored places for you to visit on your next trip to Himachal Pradesh. Each one of the names listed above will offer you a fantastic getaway from the madness of the city lifestyle. You can also check out the summer Delhi to Mcleodganj Package at the link.

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PS: Before taking any trip in these tough times make sure to imply all the protocols and be a responsible tourist.  

 

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