5 Free Things You Can Do In Himachal For An Out-Of-The-World Experience

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
by Vaishalee Kalvankar 414

Himachal Pradesh is known for its flowing rivers, freezing temperatures, delicious food, street shopping, divine temples, snow-clad mountains and loads of adventure. Be it Shimla or Manali or any other city, this state will never disappoint you. There are so many things that you can do here and that too free. Yes, you read that right. Here is the list:

1. Stay In Manikaran Gurudwara

Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara is located just beside the smooth flowing Pravati river. This divine place offers free stay for all the guests in Himachal Pradesh. You can stay here as long as you feel like. They also provide heated rooms which you can avail of on request. Apart from free stays they also help you with free parking and food.

2. Trek To Jogini Waterfall

The sight of this gorgeous waterfall falling from a majestic height is something you will cherish for a lifetime. It is about 150ft above sea level. it takes about 4 to 5 hours from Vashisht temple. The best time for the trek is from March to May. The temple of Jogini Mata is on the base of this gushing waterfall. It is quite thrilling to climb the rock cliffs and reach the top of this waterfall.

3. Take A Stroll In The Mall Road

You can simply head towards the major shopping point and also hang out at a place known as Mall road. You can simply take a stroll here while sipping coffee and enjoying the scenic beauty around. There are many restaurants, clubs, temples, offices and post offices on Mall Road.

4. Explore The Stretch Along Beas River

This river originates from a pond in the Vyas temple near the Rohtang pass. One can simply sit by the river and have a tranquil time near it. The crystal clear water and the mesmerizing view will leave you spellbound.

5. Explore Khajjar Lake

This place is popularly called the ‘Mini Switzerland of India’. This place is surrounded by snow and cedar forests offering a view like none other. The ambience here is so calm and peaceful. People generally come here to just sit and admire the beauty and tranquillity of the place. You can also see the majestic Kailash parvat from this place.

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