Things to do in Himachal

When it comes to things to do in Himachal, then the tourists are flooded with choices. The tourist attractions in Himachal include a number of sports, as well as sightseeing. The hilly area is flooded with a number of sports like river Rafting, ice skating, and trekking and therefore the adventure sport lovers visit this area to improve their skills as well as demonstrate and enjoy the same in the lap of the Mother Nature.


Adventure in Himachal includes the Trek to Saru Tal. It is the most delving trek of Himachal in the Pabbar valley, located in Shimla. The peak stands at the height of 3,600 metres, and offers you a remarkably fantastic view of the Gangotri range. This trek is very famous among the tourists visiting Himachal. One of the best trekking tour of Himachal is The Hampta Pass trek that attract the local as well as international trekkers. Those who are in learning phase also visit this place to improve their skills and learn new lessons of trekking.


You can go for river rafting in one of the best places for the sport- Manali, Beas. The sport is best enjoyed during the month of April to mid June. The rafters gain an amazing experience of the rising waves of the white water of the River Beas. Skiing at Hanuman Tibba is another great experience of adventure in Himachal. You can go for camping in the hills of Dalhousie and enjoy the beautiful sunrise and sunset, or can enjoy the sport of Ice skating at Shimla where a number of people always seen with their activities of Ice Skating. There are also a lot of camps here that train the youngsters with all these adventure sports.


Apart from mountain and river sports, one can visit the Hidimba Devi Temple at Manali. The Mandir is one of the oldest heritage of all times. Constructed in the year 1553, the Hidimba Devi Temple, still stands strong. It is the temple of the Demon Wife of Bhima from the legends of Mahabharata. The door way of the temple is made of wood and has carvings of animals, and dancers, figures of Gods and Goddesses. There is a three day Dhungri Mela that takes place during the Month of May. The ritual of animal slaughter is also performed during this Mela. A lot of tourists visit this mela to be the witness of various events occur during the mela by locals.


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