Shimla is the capital of the mountainous northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Plush green surroundings, moderate climatic conditions and traditional flavour make Shimla a chilling place!
The capital of Himachal Pradesh has an unmistakable colonial flavor in the air, with several testimonies of the British Raj in and around the city. The scenic views of snow-capped Himalayas, plentiful adventure opportunities, abundant eateries and clean streets is all a tourist can ask for.
Heart of the city! A case in point is the town’s main street- The Mall, a traffic-free zone. Perfect for leisurely strolls, The Mall is buzzing on the evenings with visitors and locals alike.
The jewel of Shimla! Christ Church is an ancient church that displays the Neo-Gothic architectural brilliance.
Highest peak of Shimla! Atop, there is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Shimla’s highest peak, 3 kilometres climb from the ridge, offers a panoramic view of the Shivalik Ranges.
The Viceregal Lodge
Throwback to Colonial times! The beautiful Viceregal Lodge, Rashtrapati Niwas or Indian Institute of Advance Studies, is a testimony to the Victorian era.
The Ski place! If visiting Kufri in winter, go for skiing. You may fall but will have a time of your life. Go-kart and yak rides are other things Kufri has in store.
A home of enterprise sports during British Raj! At present, Annandale is a golfer’s retreat.
A ride to remember! Through breathtaking landscapes of majestic Himalayas, lush green valleys, and zigzag meanders, the train makes its way from great Indian plains to the mountains.
Come to Naldehra for the most beautiful dawn and nightfall views! It is all about thick cedar forests and stunning vistas.
Kali ka Tibba
A photographer’s delight! Situated on the peak of Chail, Kali ka Tibba has views to take your breath away!
Enthralling view of water cascading down a deep gorge! Falling from a height of 86 m, Chadwick Falls in Summer Hill is a sight to behold.