What do the former capital of The British Raj in Shimla, The Tibetan Government in exile in Dharamshala, The UNESCO World Heritage Site of The Great Himalayan National Park, and one of India’s most treacherous peaks, Shilla, all have in common? They can all be found in Himachal Pradesh, of course. An adventurer’s paradise; the home of the Dalai Lama, as well as lesser-known nomadic tribal communities, it is a state of extreme diversity and cultural interest. This hill state is among the top five in the country in terms of avian diversity and its
impeccable trekking attracts adventure seekers from around the world. Visit between the months of February and June for the best weather.