Why do we love visiting places like Manali or Shimla often?! Do you also have this question? Then, I believe it is the mighty Himalayan landscapes that allure us . The beauty of the Himalayas is incomparable to any other places. Is it just the popular spots that makes this place a popular one or are there any unexplored regions?
Yes, there are a lot of enchanting villages in the state of Himachal Pradesh and calls for a visit
Villages are the finest examples for pristine surroundings and with absolutely no pollution makes the best tourist places.
Come let us step into the lands of untouched nature!
The hilly village of Dhankar in Spiti Valley is a delight for the eyes. Once Dhankar was the capital of Spiti Valley with a rich history. The village amidst the hills has an old world charm which is worth your time. Want to go back to one of those vintage eras; you have the answer.
The Hilly Dhankar
Photo Courtesy: John Hill
The blessing of nature in Jahu is never to be missed. Jahu is at the confluence of Hamirpur, Bilaspur and Mandi. With the sight of vistas of Himalayan ranges this village creates an enthralling experience in the hearts of the visitors.
A Distant View of Jahu
Photo Courtesy: Mukesh4verma
With the love for paragliding increasing in the recent years; Bir is a must-visit village for adventure enthusiasts. . A place with a great history and a Tibetian settlement is Bir and should not go missing from your bucket list.
Paragliding in Bir
Photo Courtesy: Journojp
Interesting tales of Malana are popular among travellers. It is not only the breath-taking landscapes but also the history of the locals that is mysterious. Locals also claim to be the descendants of Aryans. Mystery, interesting; isn't this place worth a try?!
Clouds at Malana
Photo Courtesy: Satish Krishnamurthy
The last inhabited village near Indo-China border is Chitkul. On the banks of river Baspa, Chitkul has a lot to offer for the travellers. Exploring Kagyupa temple (monastery) along with scenic vistas would make your visit a memorable one!
Villages are the soul of India; you cannot feel the soul without entering it.
Houses at Chitkul
Photo Courtesy: Vikrantkatoch