5 Most Beautiful Villages To Explore In Himachal Pradesh- Ngtraveller

5 Most Beautiful Villages To Explore In Himachal Pradesh- Ngtraveller

When we are experiencing the unbearable heat of summer, all we want to do is escape to the hills. The towns of Himachal Pradesh are absolutely peaceful with their beauty, charm and peace, the more you try to explore these towns the less you know. Himachal is among the most beautiful and peaceful states in India and all of this is possible thanks to the amazing towns that add to the charm of this state.

Let's take a look at some of the most beautiful villages in Himachal Pradesh that you must visit before you die because I think if you want to explore Himachal Pradesh these places are a must.

Chitkul village, Travel,

Chitkul village

Chitkul is a village in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is located near the border with Indochina. It is the right place to see the magnificent snow-capped mountains. The main attractions of this town are its houses with wooden or paneled roofs, a Buddhist temple and a small tower. The powerful goddess Chitkul is the only non-Buddhist deity that all people pray for. The Mati temple is the goddess of the local people here.

How to reach
Chitkol is located about 569 km north of the capital, Delhi, and 28 km from Sangla. There are HRTC buses from Sagla to Chitkul at regular intervals.

Malana village, Himachal trip,

Malana village

It is an ancient town, located on a remote plateau next to the Malana River at an altitude of 2,652 meters above sea level. Malana has her own way of life and people are strict in following her habits. Malana is also known as Little Greece by H.P. The town has ancient temples. The Jamlu Temple is built in the Kathconian style with wood carvings and deer heads. The Rukmani Temple is another temple worth visiting. The beautiful Malana region is under a huge veil of alpine vegetation and scandalous on the slopes.

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How to reach
Delhi - Chandigarh - Bilaspur - Sundernagar - Bagura - Bhuntar. From Bhuntar, you can take a bus to Kasol at a distance of 31 km. An hour after the flight to Kasol, you will arrive at a place called Yari. From there you can hire a taxi to Malana.

Gada Gushaini, Himachal village,

Gada Gushaini

Gada Gushaini is a very small but amazing town in Banjar tehsil in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh that can make you wander. It is an ideal place to relax in the summer, the nature here is intact and unexplored, the wonderful beauty of the mountains is a dazzling sight.

How to reach
The distance from Delhi is 460 km, there are many night buses available from Delhi to Mandi, and you can take a bus from Mandi to Aut. Gushaini is 31 km from Aut.

Kasol village, Himachal trip,

Kasol village

The village of Kasol is located in the Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara is located 42 km from Kullu at an altitude of 1640 m from sea level, just 3 km from Kasol, Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara has a hot water spring located within the Gurudwara facility. Away from your sins and ailments, a delicious Langar and Parvati River is a perfect place to relax, and you can also enjoy activities such as river rafting.

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How to reach
There is no direct air or rail connection to Kasol. Bhuntar Airport is 31 km near Kullu which is the nearest airport connecting Kasol with the rest of India, the nearest train station to Kasol is at Jogindar nagar which is 145 km from Kasol.

Janjehli, Himachal village,


It is located in Thunag Tehsil in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. It is located about 90 km from Mandi with an altitude of 2170 meters above sea level. It is surrounded by pine forests and mountains. One of the best places for adventure activities like night safari, hiking, trekking and mountaineering. At a distance of 10 km from this town, is the Shikari Mata Temple. There are trekking options to this temple from the town. Winters here are very annoying and the temperature can drop below freezing and thick wool is required.

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How to reach
By road, Janjehli is well connected by road to the main cities. Buses and taxis are available to and from Janjehli to other cities. The nearest airport is Bhuntar in Kullu. Shimla is the nearest train station.