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Great Places for Vacation and Adventure

Tour package vacations are great ways to escape when overcrowded and heated cities, during the summer, become almost too much to bear. Under such circumstances, visit to a beautiful hill station or a serene town becomes the order of the day. If you are not certain about which ones to choose, here is your chance to get acquainted to some great vacation places in India.

Shimla

Shimla, during British rule was the summer capital of India, and currently it is the capital of Himachal Pradesh state of India. There are only a few areas of our globe that are as geographically diverse as this part of India. The district of Shimla is populated with thick pine trees and small rivulets, deep gorges with roaring rivers, mountain lakes that are calm and high rise mountains that are covered with snow.

Adventures to go on in Shimla

With the geography this diverse, many travel here for the possibility of wide-ranging adventures in different activities. There are hundreds of trails for day hikes as well as trek routes that follow trails and extend for several weeks. There is terrain that is easy for walks to expeditions into the mountains that are truly grueling. This is not all, as there is also heli-skiing, snow skiing and ice-skating together, with the thrill of paragliding and the dangerous mountain-cycling. Tourist can go camping and fishing on day and the next day, they can go on a safari by jeep or motorcycle. Training, equipment, and instructors are everywhere and all of this comes at only a fraction of what it would cost in other countries.

Manali - Adventures and History

In the Hindu religion, it is taught that Manu, one of the Hindu Gods, endured a great flood that devastated the rest of the world. His ship landed in this Kullu Valley area, so Manu re-created mankind and this town was named Manali. There is plenty to do here while on vacation. The peaks that are towering and the grassy terrain of Manali serve as great attractions for those tourists who want adventures. From here, heli-skiing is as easy to get to as is mountaineering and river rafting, which are the most sought after adventure that tourists like to take.

You can visit the 4-storey Hidimba Devi Temple made of wood that is located in the middle of a nearby forest or go for a therapeutic soak in the hot springs that burble out of the ground at only a 30 minute walk away.

Manali is a multi-cultural city and that multi-culturalism has been absorbed in all the various places to eat. That is why Manali is a wonderful place to visit just for the varieties of food available here.

Chandigarh - The Beautiful City

From this area, you can also visit Chandigarh, which is India's only planned city, with architecture that is known globally and a lifestyle having a quality that is not found in many other parts of this country as well as rest of the world. Chandigarh is a city that is prestigious and is called the face of modern India.

Often, serenity and city are two worlds that have opposing concepts, but not in this city that is referred as the "City Beautiful". This city is an example that is rare of nature preservation and modernization co-existing. Here, the plants and trees are as big a part of the construction plans as the roads and buildings are. India's first planned city is a prosperous, clean, rich, and green city that serves as a great vacation resort.

So, if you want to have a special vacation then plan a Tour Package with Rihan Travels covering visits to these parts of India. Holiday packages to Shimla, Manali, Kullu are available at variable prices with Rihan Travels depending on the inclusions you are opting to choose. The trips are designed to provide you with an authentic experience to some of Himachal’s most scenic and visited locations, and also intended to make travel through the region fun, effortless and convenient for you.

You can also contact us if you are looking for Shimla to Chandigarh, Shimla Car Rental Service...
Visit us here: http://www.rihantravels.com/
 

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