As the heat in India is soaring high, one would certainly wish to be teleported to cold soothing states like Himachal Pradesh. But as soon as one thinks about planning a trip to this beautiful snow land, they think about their pockets being burnt. But little did you know that Himachal Pradesh is home to many budget-friendly places. Here we have curated a list of 5 places in Himachal Pradesh that you can visit to beat the heat under ₹5000 only.
Manali is one of the most famous places in Himachal Pradesh. The place is known for its impeccable beauty, thrilling adventures and tranquil atmosphere. With a soothing and pleasant atmosphere during the day and enough chilly at night, Manali helps you beat the heat. You can do river rafting, visit Hadimba temple and go shopping on the mall road.
Shimla is one of the known tourist destinations in Himachal Pradesh and is the capital too. It is one of the most popular hill stations in India. The scenic beauty of Shimla is magical. The soothing atmosphere all day is suitable for you to explore the city. Kufri, Shimla state museum, The Ridge, Wildflower Hall, and Chadwick falls are some of the places you can visit.
This beautiful and tranquil hill station is named after Lord Dalhousie. This hill station in Himachal Pradesh is one of the largest hill stations as it is spread across 5 hills. The tall oak and pine trees in this place simply add to the impeccable beauty of the hill station. Some of the places that you must visit are Subash Baoli, Katalope, Dainkund Peak, Ganji Pahari and Garam Sadak.
Kullu is widely known as a sister town to Manali in Himachal Pradesh. The place is known for beautiful views of the Himalayan range and open valley meadows. Bijli Mahadev temple, Karrain, Shoja and Parvati Valley are some of the places that one must visit while in Kullu. With a favourable climate throughout the year, Kullu is the right choice.
Dharamshala is widely known as Scotland of India. This place in Himachal Pradesh is home to some breathtaking scenic beauty, majestic mountains and perfect sceneries. This hillside city is home to Dalai Lama and is surrounded by cedar trees. Dal Lake, Bhagsunag Temple, Tea plantations and forests are some of the most popular attractions here.