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Himachal Tourism in October

Himachal Tourism in October

Himachal Pradesh, the entrance to the Himalayas, is not only adorned with entrancing beauty but also provides an intriguing list of sights to view and locations to explore. Here is a list of the top 10 spots in Himachal Pradesh to visit in October if you’re thinking about visiting this intriguing state; they’ll make for a delightful and blissful vacation.

Top places to visit in Himachal Pradesh in October


Kasol is a charming hamlet constructed along the banks of the Parvati River and is situated in the Parvati Valley in the Kullu district. The “Amsterdam of India,” Kasol, is one of the most popular places to visit in Himachal Pradesh in October. The place is particularly favoured by outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. Since there are many Israelis living in this hill station, you will find several restaurants selling Israeli food and Hebrew-language signposts on the roadways. It’s amazing to see the stream rushing down the valley while being surrounded by massive mountains, stones and pine trees along the riverbanks, and cascades cascading down the hillsides.


It is just stunning to see Victorian buildings placed within such beautiful scenery. The area is home to several rivers, deodar woods, and lush tea gardens. Palampur in Himachal Pradesh is a unique destination to visit in October. It is less crowded as a result and offers a choice of personal interactions. The still-standing homes and castles in this area serve as a reminder of bygone colonial days.


On the Chandigarh-Shimla road, there can be a little hill town named Kasauli. The major draws are lavish Victorian-style buildings constructed during the colonial era and cedar and pine woods. Kasauli’s serene and beautiful surroundings make it an easy place to escape from the hectic everyday life.


Shimla is one of the most well-liked travel spots in Himachal Pradesh in October. This charming hill town, which is 2200 metres above sea level and has the majority of its structures constructed in colonial architecture, has a genuine British feel. One of the best-planned towns in India is this British summer capital, which is surrounded by stunning mountains and thick forests.


Kinnaur, a magnificent region with untamed mountains and rivers like the Baspa, Satluj, and Spiti river, is around 235 kilometres from Shimla. The harmonious coexistence of two religions—Hinduism and Buddhism—is best seen in Kinnaur. This lush “Land of God” has its own heritage, untouched by modernity.


Some of the most breathtaking views can be seen in this picturesque hamlet situated in the Himalayan high mountains. The lush meadows, heavily wooded valleys, swift-moving streams, and everything else this location has to offer will make you appreciate nature’s beauties. This is one among the very few locations in Himachal Pradesh where snow may be seen in October.


Immerse yourself in the enchanting old-world charm and mesmerising scenery of Dalhousie, a little town in the Himalayas. The beautiful ambience the Victorian architecture generates will quickly take you to another time zone. Dalhousie has a seductive air that can seduce even the most stubborn hearts. It is decorated with flowerbeds and pine trees.

Bir Billing

In Bir, the extreme and the serene coexist. The region where Tibetan refugee populations once lived has been replaced by a number of Buddhist monasteries. Many people who seek tranquilly get fulfillment in Bir’s spiritual atmosphere. On the other hand, the region’s breathtaking paragliding sceneries lure tens of thousands of thrill-seekers from around the country.

Spiti Valley

At 12,500 feet above sea level, the Spiti Valley is a broad valley that is encircled by the Himalayas. Winding highways, icy deserts, snow-capped mountains, and crystal-clear streams serve as its distinguishing features. Additionally, the region is home to a number of stunning mediaeval Buddhist cloisters. In Spiti, driving is only possible for six months out of the year. The greatest time to visit and see all that the Spiti valley has to offer, though, is around October.

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