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Secret Places to visit in Himachal Pradesh

10 Feb, 2020

There are many beautiful places in Himachal that you must visit, but there are some secret places too.

Make sure to stop these Himachal secret places that remain successfully hidden from traditional travelers for the longest time. If you are an aggressive traveler, you might want to check out these places.

Indian Switzerland has hidden, secret and ancient gateways with beauty. Below is the list of top Himachal secret places.

Renukaji

Renuka Lake (660 m) is considered to be one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu, the wife of sage Jamadagni and mother of Parasurama, Renukaji.

Shaped like a woman’s profile, the lake has a circumference of 2.5 km and is the largest in Himachal.

Places to visit:

RENUKA LAKE, PARASHURAMA TAL AND RENUKA TEMPLE, JAMU PEAK, MINI ZOO, LION SAFARI, JATAUN (5 km).

Gada Gushaini

Gada Gushaini is a very small but magnificent village in Banjar tehsil that can leave you ogling. The beauty of crystal-clear water with pebbles hinders their methods such as air gusts to the ears.

It has not been discovered by many adventure-loving tourists. One finds nature at its best, with lush landscapes and lush landscapes and adventures and entertainment to name a few.

Karsog

Karsog is a small town and Nagar Panchat nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, near Shimla at an altitude of 1,404 meters. It is in the 7th Karsog subdivision of Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh, India. Karsog Valley is a magnificent gem.

It is situated in the middle of apple orchards and is a compact hilly forest of cedars and pines. You will have the time of your life here. Be sure to enjoy the apple here with the locals.

Janjehli

The Janjihali valley is a beautiful hilly and lush green area rich in natural beauty. It is situated at an altitude of 2150 meters. The place is about 70 km from Mandi city. It is an erstwhile valley with a rich heritage surrounded by lush greenery and snowy fog.

Camping in Janjeli is a center of peace and plenty of attractions nearby. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful getaway then be sure to stop here.

Shoja

Close to the Jalori Pass, the road between Kullu and Shimla, Shoja or Soja, is a magnificent and striking hill station in Himachal.

Jibhi

This place  can be easily approached by the Chandigarh-Manali highway. Jibhi is an small place located in Banjar valley (Tirthan valley) of Himachal Pradesh

It is accessible from here. The path of Jibhi is worth seeing around the captivating beauty. There are many dining cafes and dhabas to enjoy local exquisite cuisine. The small village feels like a story

Prini

Princi village is located in Manali tehsil of Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh, India. The small village of Manali-Jagatsukh is a magnificent waterfall on the route. The village is covered with paddy fields and the transport system is well established.

After the first rain, the moisture in the air is refreshed like a petrichor as the smell of mud. Be sure to stop here for the lush green atmosphere and beauty of this quaint hamlet.

Charang Ghati Pass

The pass is new to your ears, but if you love trekking then this is where you should head. Trekking in Charang Valley Pass starts from Kinnaur.

The orbit around the beautiful hills at the back offers scenes that are worth dying for. The Charang Valley trek is one of the toughest treks in Himachal.

If you are planning to start this trek, be sure to take a guide with you. Also be sure to trek this area in peak season.

Cliffhanger

Dhankhar village and Gompa situated in the Spiti valley between Kaza and Tabo is also known as Cliffhanger. This place looks as if the Earth has ended its territory in the Cliffhanger.

The top view of the hill and the thrill associated with the place are the attraction of latitude.

Be sure to ride a bike there or stop there and bus to take in the spectacular views of the dangerous. If these thoughts don’t blow your mind, we don’t know what will happen.

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