For a large number of tourists and visitors from India and the world around, there is no dearth of hidden and untouched places in Himachal Pradesh. Travelers from all walks of life like to flock to the Himalayan beauty for their own purposes. Some like to spend holidays in popular places, some like to rush to offbeat tracks, whereas some leave no stone unturned to set a date with new and secreted treasures of Himachal.
When you have a right Himachal tour package, you get a license to most popular places, hidden lakes, remote villages, scenic passes, national parks, and sanctuaries in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Popular travel sites render you just images and a few details of offbeat destinations, but following are top five less known and less traveled remote places in Himachal Pradesh that you can discover to add more colors and magic to your next travel experience.
JALORI JOT or PASS TRACK
It is one of the still unfamiliar but scenic trekking trails existed at a distance of about 100 km from Shimla in the Karsog valley of the Kullu district of the state of Himachal Pradesh. Here, trekkers can enjoy the nature around by hiring a camping tent under the stars. Trekking on this stunning track ensures tourists a meeting with thrilling destinations, such as Shoja, Kalagarh fort¸ Sereolsar Lake, Fatehpurgarh fort, Sakiran, Lambri, Bashleo, Raghunathpur fort, and the Great Himalayan National Park. Full of twists and twirls, this trek will ensure all trekkers stunning views of Pir Panjal mountain ranges.
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- Area: Kullu and Spiti Valley (Himachal Pradesh)
- Best Season: Mid June – Mid October
- How to reach: Kullu-Manali Airport at Bhuntar Town (50 km); Jogindar Nagar railway station (166 km)
It is a small trail between Lahaul and Kullu valley of the state of Himachal Pradesh. With the Hamta Pass trail, all tourists can ensure views of lush green valleys, snow-capped mountains, and desolate hills. This trek can be a great substitute to the standard vehicle route through Rohtang Pass for ultimate explorers.
To explore the natural beauty around a stunning crossover trek from Manali to Spiti, you should have an all-inclusive Himachal travel package.
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- Temperature Range: 0 to 20 degree Celsius
- Activities: Trekking and Camping
- Stay: In tents
- Best time to visit: June-Oct
When we talk about Chindi, we find hillsides covered with thick forests, deodar, and pine woods, low-roofed houses deep in the valleys, green carpet of meadows, small picturesque hamlet, and age-old architecture. Yes, Chindi is one of the most beautiful places in Himachal Pradesh. It is almost an off-beat track but you will find roads, small markets and accommodation when you book a Himachal tour package from leading travel agents to get lost in the mesmerizing beauty of Chindi.
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- Weather: Summer is mild but you need cotton and light woolens
- Best time to visit: Nov-Apr
- Main attractions: Karsog Valley, Shikari Devi Temple, Kamaksha Devi Temple, Prashar Lake
How to reach:
- Routes: Chandigarh– Kiratpur – Swarghat – Bilaspur – Sundernagar – Rohangalu
- Routes: Barot – Mandi – Sundernagar – Jaidevi – Rohanda – Chindi
- Nearest Railway Station: Shimla (87 Km)
- Nearest Airport: Jubbar-Hatti in Shimla (110 Km)
Nature’s hidden treasure in Himachal Pradesh, Barot Valley is a lesser-known town with adventures of trekking, fishing, and driving. With a few homes you find in the valley, Barot is not an ideal vacation spot but it will let you have the most genuine Himachal experience. Here, you will find a true mountain culture around the Uhl River that sustains inhabitants and wildlife. Get ready to enjoy the winter views of Barot Valley with mugs of hot tea with Himachal tour packages, ensuring you a fuss-free travel and accommodation facilities.
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- Best time to visit: March-Oct
- Category: Hill-station, Scenic, Adventure, Offbeat
- Nearest Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station
- Nearest Airport: Pathankot and Satwari
A home to the ancient Tabo Monastery, Tabo is a remote village which simply known as one of the holiest destinations with enchanting landscapes in Lahaul and Spiti district of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. This old Tabo Monastery came into the existence during the 10th century. Here, all tourists and visitors will find a rich collection of thankas, murals, frescoes, manuscripts, painting, and well-preserved statues. Moreover, the structure of the hamlet will render an opportunity to know more about its 9 spiritual places, 4 Stupas, 23 chortens, and abodes of monks.
If you are going to attend the Kalachakra Festival, a popular festival in Himachal, then you should visit this place as it will put a light upon the unexplored world of complex Buddhist teachings, Buddhist philosophies and Buddhist practices in Tibet. Come in the month of July to this place and get ready to add knowledge to your next Himachal travel experience.
So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags, take a Himachal tour package, having the best arrangement for food, accommodation, transport, and sightseeing, from leading travel agents and get ready to explore unseen and undiscovered places in Himachal Pradesh.