8 Stunning Unexplored Destinations In Himachal Pradesh

Unexplored Destinations

Himachal Pradesh is a northern state in the Himalayas. The place is home to scenic mountains, beautiful valleys, colorful cultures, temples & monasteries, hill stations and a lot of things. We all know this but there are few places in Himachal that are untouched yet unexplored. These places are still away from the sights of tourists.

The 8 Unexplored Destinations in Himachal Pradesh are as follows:

  1. BAROT

Barot is a small village perched at an altitude of 6,000 ft above sea level situated in the Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh. It is a part of the Uhl river valley and now has become a rising tourist spot for travelers. Trekking, fishing, camping, paragliding, mountain biking are some popular activities you can do in Barot. It is also known as “paradise for trekkers”. The place offers amazing scenic views of the Himalayas and all surrounded by greenery.

 Places you can visit in Barot Valley are:

  • Uhl River
  • Barot Temple
  • Nargu Temple
  • Shanan Hydel Project
  • TIRTHA VALLEY

The Tirthan Valley is a hidden gem in the Himachal Pradesh. The pristine valley around Tirthan River gives amazing views and it is a peaceful place to spend your holidays.

The Tirthan Valley has plenty of hidden gems. The place offers various activities such as relaxation, day hikes, trout angling, and multi-day treks. Pekhri and Sharchi are higher villages in the valley which offers majestic views of the snow-capped Himalayas in the Great Himalayan National Park. The valley is home to the Great Himalayan National Park.

Here are some popular tourist attractions to visit:

  • The river crossing is one of the adventures one can do in Tirthan valley.
  • Trekking in Great Himalayan National Park.
  • Ser loskar Lake
  • Trout Fishing
  • Jibhi
  • Jalori Pass
  • Rock Climbing
  • Kasol- Kheerganga

One of the popular and scenic destinations in Himachal Pradesh Kasol- Kheerganga. A favorite tourist and trekking destination that offers great views of the snow-covered mountains, valleys, splashing waterfalls, gushing streams, lush greenery, variety of flora& fauna, and a lot of scenic views of nature. The short trek to both destinations can cover in 2 days. Camping here will be the most wonderful experience of your life. The hot springs of Kheerganga and the hippie culture of Kasol can not be missed. Culture, food, and other nearby villages like Tosh, Malana, Pulga, Chalal can be explored during the trek. Winter season is best to visit Kasol-Kheerganga, as the place offers great views of the Parvati Valley with the cloud kissed mountains.

  • SHOJA

Shoja is a small village located in the Banjar Valley in Kullu District in the Himachal Pradesh. The place is packed with tourist attractions like Lake, Fort, and waterfall. Verdant deodar forests covering the are and on the other side panoramic views of snow-capped mountains. Shoja experiences moderate climate changes throughout the year. Most of the people visit in starting April to June. the place is a part of the well known Himalayan National Park, which gives an opportunity to walk on the forests trails that connects you with nature. The evenings are more beautiful in the mountains and the sunsets are mesmerizing. Nature lovers will fall in love with this amazing place, which fills you with peace and positivity.

  • GUSHAINI

Gushaini is located at the Tirthan Valley of Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh is a perfect place for nature and adventure lovers. The virgin or untouched beauties of the Gushaini made it different from others. Trekking, white water rafting, and rock climbing are some of the adventures one can undertake in this place. The place boasts many small hamlets and villages some of them are Nagini, Chalogi, Mungla, etc. The people are nice and friendly.

Raju Guesthouse is a famous place to stay in Gushaini. The village has a market with few shops like a barbershop, few grocery shops, tea stalls. You can also opt for homestays. The best time to visit here is between February and June, September to November.

  • PABBAR VALLEY

Pabbar Valley is an enchanting valley of Pabbar River located at a distance of 80 km from Shimla. The valley is still untouched and located in the mountains all surrounded by apple orchards, dense deodar, and oak forests. It is a perfect spot for adventure and nature lovers.

It is also famous for fishing, trekking, camping, sightseeing, etc. Pabbar Valley is a mesmerizing spot with amazing views. The Chancel, Karapather, Shelpani, and Rohru Pass comes under the Pabbar Valley. Majestic mountains, splashing streams, the natural beauty of shimmering lakes, and breathtaking landscapes, Pabbar Valley is a paradise for travelers.

This place is untouched and good for exploration. Before the rush of tourists cover the place visit the beautiful place and feel peace & positive vibes all around.

The closest airport is in Shimla and the valley is connected by roads of all cities.

  • DARNGHATI

The Daranghati Sanctuary is situated in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. The sanctuary lies on the Dhauladhar Mountain. The area was used as a hunting spot by the royal family of Rampur Bushahr.  The views of the beautiful Landscapes are breathtaking. The sanctuary is bounded by coniferous trees such as blue pine, spruce and silver fir. The place attracts bird watchers from across the globe. Pear, Plum, Apricot, Almond, Cherry are some of the fruit trees which are very common in the area. The place is also famous among avid trekkers.

Daranghati Sanctuary is a peaceful destination for nature lovers.

  • JANJEHLI

Janjehli, a small village in the Himalayas located at a height of 2,150m. This little village will be enchanting and is full of enchanting experiences. It is also a paradise for hikers. Janjehli offers a base for a variety of treks like Shikar Devi, Chindi, Karsag, and Shoja. You will come across to various beautiful places and valleys like Keolidhar valley, Bagsaid Valley, and Bheemshila. Bheemshila is nothing but a big giant rock.

The nearby village is Bulah, open green ground with lush green meadows and full of natural beauty.

Janjehli is an untouched place and a perfect place for nature lovers and adventure seekers.

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