There are end number of places in the Himalayas where people can enjoy the beauty of the nature in its most adorable form. One of such place is the city of Shimla- the capital city of Himachal Pradesh which is located to the north of India. The place is famous for its historical monuments and temples. Manali is located just at distance of 270 kilometres from Shimla. This hill station has its height ranging from 1800 to 2000 metres. There are a lot of venues that are visited by the tourists from all over the world.
If you follow the Shimla Manali travel guide the place offers you a number of beautiful travel destinations such as the Solang Valley and the Pandoh Dam. While you take the Shimla Manali tour, you must visit the Bhrigu Lake and the Pin Valley national park. If you want to go for site seeing and bird watching then you can visit the Great Himalayan natural park, and if you are fond of historical heritage sites then you can visit the Hidimba Devi Temple. This temple is much known among the tourists due to its architectural as well as historical and religious values associated with the temple.
The locals of Manali are simple, contented, easy going and Jovial People. There are a number of Fairs and Festivals celebrated in the state. The traditional attire for men includes a shirt and a skirt kind of dress wearing certain ornaments and the females wear a beautiful dress with metal ornaments. There are several fairs and festivals celebrated with beautiful colours all around the state. The Winter Carnival and the International Kullu Dussehra festival are some of the famous festivals celebrated in Shimla Manali.
The Shimla Manali cuisine includes delicious mouth-watering dishes that mainly include dal, rice and curries and curds. The famous dishes of Shimla Manali include raita, Dham, boti and many more. The place has several restaurants and eating points where you can enjoy the Shimla Manali traditional dishes. There are many places that one can visit round the year and enjoy the trip.