Saturday, December 31, 2011

Shimla Tourism, the Seductive Beauty of North India you are a nature lover with adventurous spirit, and you wish to explore the treasures of North India, then you should go on a Shimla tour. Shimla is the most beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh. It is located in the foothills of mighty Himalayas whose snow covered peaks are forming unforgettable landscape. Often referred to as the Queen of Hill Stations, Shimla has an important place in the Himachal tourism offer. Every year, thousands of tourists visit this exotic place to absorb the true beauty and tranquillity that only nature has to offer.

Shimla tours are becoming more and more popular- the main reason being the wide spectrum of activities you can enjoy together with extraordinary natural beauty. Shimla tour packages are recommended for those who love the adrenaline rush, as they can enjoy mountaineering, skiing and ice skating during winter months, or rock climbing, camping and rafting during warmer months. For those who love trekking, Shimla is offering several treks and you can pick those that fit your endurance and time table. Shimla is very often chosen as honeymoon destination as it gives everything a newly wedded couple can wish for- peace, beauty and many places to wonder around and explore together.

Shimla tourist attractions

While on your Shimla tour package here are some places you should not miss to explore- Mall Road, The Ridge, Christ Church, Lakkar Bazaar, Jakhoo Hill, Scandal Point, Prospect Hill, Summer Hill, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Observatory Hill, Tara Devi Temple, Viceregal lodge, Sankat Mochan Temple, Kali Bari Temple, Chadwick Waterfalls, Himachal State Museum, Glen, Dumgir Buddhist Temple, Kamna Devi Temple and a lot more.

For those spending their honeymoon in Shimla long walks trough forests and picnics are always a good choice together with visiting other cultural landmarks. With so many interesting places to visit, Shimla tours can never be boring
When to visit Shimla, and how to get there

The best time to plan your Shimla tour would be between April and August, or September and November, if you do not enjoy the snow cover.
Shimla is easily accessible via rail, air and road. If travelling by air, your flight arrives at Jubbhartti airport, 30 km away from Shimla.

If you love to travel by train, then you should take a ride in the Shimla Toy Train, departing from Kalka. This toy train has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site, and that route from Kalka to Shimla is an attraction for itself- not only you will enjoy amazing landscapes, but you will also pass trough103 tunnels, the longest being 1,1 km. There are 900 curves that take 70% of the tracks length. Usually, it is a three hour long journey.

If you prefer road trips, you can always take a bus or hire a taxi in order to reach Shimla.

Accommodation in Shimla

Shimla tourism infrastructure is well developed, and provides world-class accommodation for tourists. There is around 500 hotels and restaurants in Shimla area, ideally located in and around the city. Alternatively, you can stay at Guest Houses owned by the Indian government or private authorities that are offering reliable boarding and lodging services.

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