Shimla Tour packages

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Shimla is the land of snow-covered mountains and lakes with crystal clear water and calm climate with a magical atmosphere. Shimla tour packages place is perfect for photographers as it provide a wide opportunities for them to capture the abundant sceneries. Shimla is not just about mountains and eye-catching landscapes.

It’s also about the lifestyle of local inhabitants and their wide variety of culture. Besides sightseeing, you can enjoy certain activities such as trekking, rock climbing, skiing on snow etc. Shimla tour packages are very much suitable for adventurous seekers.

Shimla can be visited all through the year. The Winter cherishes high snowfalls, and Monsoon brings out the dense foggy character of the green hills. From October to March there is an average temperature that lies between 2 to 8 degree Celsius. Heavy snowfall in December and January, which is ideal for honeymooners. Best places that must be visited in Shimla are given below.

Kufri is one of the best place to visit in Shimla. It is located about 19 km from Shimla and 2622 meters above sea level. The beauty of the Kufri hill will easily attracts everyone. Green Valley is another one of the most famous tourist place and photography points in Shimla. It was a beautiful and breathtaking mountain range that falls on the way to Kufri from Shimla. This dazzling valley is really charming.

Another tourist place in Shimla is the Chail which is an ultimate place for setting up summer camps. It is a small hill slope in Shimla that was built completely for the purpose of helping people to escape from the summer heats. Kiala forest located in the valley of Kotkhai is another perfect tourist place in Shimla. The Forest is beautified with the lush green vegetation as well as many indigenous animals. Christ Church is one of the most popular attractions among tourists and is considered in the top ten lists of places to visit in Shimla. The Christ Church is an excellent architectural monument built in the British era.