Bir is a tiny mountain hamlet in northern Himachal Pradesh with a massive, well-settled Tibetan community. Set facing the backdrop of the Dhauladhar Range of the Indian Himalayas, the town is charming, despite the debris scattered on the roadsides and streams of the Tibetan Colony are an unfortunate adverse to its golden-roofed temples, and to the greenery of Upper Bir and the neighboring villages. The Tibetan Colony is actually in the village of Chowgan. There are tons of activities and sightseeing spots like Sherab Ling Monastery, Bir Tea Factory, Chokling monastery, Deer Park Institute, Dharmalaya Institute, Tibetan Colony, and Bir Road.
Kashmir valley is no doubt the most beautiful tourist places in India. The heaven on earth tag is always linked to Kashmir for its evergreen landscapes and snow-filled mountains.
A visit to Kashmir should definitely be included in your bucket list of every nature lover. The Shalimar gardens, the Dal Lake and the shikaras and gulmarg are the utmost attractions here.
If you are an adrenaline junkie and want to explore the thrilling nature then mountaineering and river rafting are good adventure activities in Kashmir. The perfect time to visit the Kashmir valley is between the months of March and October.
Spectacularly rugged, parched mountains wrap this enchanting, Buddhist ex-kingdom. Picture-perfect Buddhist monasteries climactic crown rocky lands among pale stupas and meditational mani walls coated with myriad mantra-inscribed pebbles. Ladakh’s remarkably well-balanced traditional society has much to teach the West in terms of ecological awareness. With some of the most stunning tourist places in India like Leh, Pangong Lake, Magnetic Hill, Nubra Valley, Tso Moriri Lake, Lamayuru are well know across the world. This makes for unforgettable landscapes but beware that road access requires crossing tortuous high passes which close altogether from around October to May.
Pine binding Gulmarg is the nearest India gets to a ski resort. It’s not so much a town as a twisting 4km-long loop of road ringing the undulating ‘Meadow of Flowers’ for which it’s named. Gulmarg is mostly fancied by travelers. The go to destination for types of travelers, be it family, kids, and couples, Gulmarg is, however, mostly favored by Family, Couple. There are many tourist attractions in Gulmarg like Gondola Lift, Gulmarg Ski Area, Golf Course, Avantiswami Temple, Apharwat Peak, Baba Reshi Shrine, Khilanmarg, Tangmarg, Verinag, Alpather Lake, Gulmarg Biosphere Reserves, Ferozpore Nallah and much more.
The Valley of Flowers is a national park located in the upper reaches of the Himalayas, in the state of Uttarakhand is a must visit tourist place in India. The park is a true paradise for botanists and anybody else who loves the glory of nature. It stands true to its name, with several species of exotic flowers to be seen here.
While for the most part the valley remains covered with snow, during the summer months, it comes alive with a riot of colors which makes it one of the beautiful places in India. Expectedly, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. But you need to cover a slightly difficult trek in order to feel the bliss of this national park.