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Home>>Shimla Tours

Shimla Tours


Shimla is one of the most commonly hill stations in India. The hill station was referred to as the 'Queen of Hill Stations' during the Raj time. Shimla is the favorite appear of honeymooners, families and youngsters who get away to sylvan heights to spend some time in the tour of hills. We provide information to you on tours to a charming and peaceful township gently perched on a deep green soft carpet of pines and other hill trees, tied in silver ribbons formed by mountain streams and splashing waterfalls.

Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and is a very attractive hill resort. It was the favorite summer resort of the British when their group put up camp here in 1819. There are also good walking decisions in Shimla. Shimla originates its name from goddess 'Shayamla Devi', which is another symptom of Goddess Kali. Shimla was the summer capital of British government in 1864. In 1903 a rail line was build between Kalka and Shimla. Shimla also called the queen of hills is embroidered with a charming place, orchards, waterfalls, green ground and snow-capped mountain. Shimla is one of the few places in the world where huge amount of history and heritage has been extract into such a small place in so short a time. Shimla is also prominent for its architectural buildings, wooden crafts and apples. It is also called the English name Simla. Shimla is enclosed by pine, deodar, oak and rhododendron forests. It's well developed conveniences, simple accessibility and many attractions make it one of Indian's most popular and major hill station. You can also tour this amazing city on Tours to Shimla. Welcome to the Shimla tour of Himachal Pradesh India. Tours to Shimla will add color to your trip. There are lots of tourist attractions in Shimla for you to trip on your tour to Shimla.

Most Popular Attractions In Shimla

Jakhu Temple

It is built in the Nagari style with a tiled roof. The temple at the centre of a group of sculpted stones shrines, overlooks the river and offers good views. Inside the temple, Lord Shiva has been depicted as the lord of the three worlds, at the Panchvakhra he has five faces, expressing his five aspects.

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A marvelous example of hill architecture, the temple complex at Sarahanis set against the incredibly beautiful backdrop of high ranges and forested slopes. Built in a mixture of the Hindu and Budhists styles, it was the temple of Bushair rulers of Rampur (Shimla).

 

Chail Sanctuary

Himalayan birds, Goral, Sambhar and other enamoring wildlife are a common sight at the Chail Sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh, India.

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This sanctuary situated in the upper area of Shimla District has intact forest area with plenty of wildlife. Monal, Tragopan, Koklas and Kalij are the pheasants found here. The area also has Musk deer, Goral and Thar.

 
 

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