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Often referred to as the “Hippie Village” of India, this little town is about nine kilometers from McLeodGanj and is a trekker’s paradise. There are hardly any roads except for a few dirt tracks and walking gets you everywhere. Dharamkot is famous for its beautiful little cafes that are famous for Italian pastas and lasagnas and a dessert called “Bhagsu” cake. Definitely a must visit for a foodie or anyone with an appetite. The weather is especially lovely and the smell of food is crisp on the fresh air. The place is also famous for Himalayan fruit wines and Apple cedars which though have low alcohol content, still give you quite a buzz at the high altitude.
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Among the high reaches of Himachal Pradesh, flanked by Cedar forests, Dharamshala provides a unique retreat in stark contrast to the usual hullabaloo of the city. Home to the exiled Dalai Lama, Tibetan culture has heavily influenced the city making it diverse in a variety of ways. It has thus been affectionately christened as Little Lhasa.
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McLeod ganj

Situated at about 2000 metres above sea level is the quiet little village of McLeodGanj. If you’re looking for a weekend getaway with a bit of history, look no further. This beautiful little suburb of Dharamshala in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh was named after the British Lieutenant Governor of Punjab Sir Donald Friell Mcleod when the British won this territory over from the Sikhs in 1850. Also home to the Dalai Lama who set up his residence here after fleeing from China in 1959, McLeodGanj has become the home of thousands of Tibetan refugees and is sometimes referred to as Little Lhasa. Added to the fact that this is also the home of the famous Gurkha regiment of the Indian army, the cuisine her is an authentic mix of Indian, Tibetan and Nepalese culinary fare.
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Situated in the famous Parvati valley at a height of about 1640 metres above sea level is the beautiful village of Kasol. Kasol is the ideal getaway for anyone who is looking for a serene and pristine environment, the air smells fresh and the weather just puts you in a good mood as soon as you get there. Due to the recent inflow of Israeli tourists who are drawn to this mysterious holiday location, there are a number of Israeli restaurants and shops and quite often you will hear the village itself referred to as India’s mini-Israel.
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Kasauli was originally developed by the British over fifty years ago, a walk around the town is quick to remind us of their presence with numerous buildings that are great examples of early colonial architecture. The town is home to a number of old churches, temples and gurudwaras and pilgrims from every faith converge here for a chance to visit these holy places and take in the natural unspoiled beauty at the same time. Its location is also quite accessible when compared to the hill stations that are further up north and is also a hipsters alternative to Shimla that has become quite crowded and noisy of late.
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Situated in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas, lies the not-so-secluded hill station of Nainital. The valley is quite populated and being the home of some of the best boarding schools of the country, the chitter-chatter of children on their lunch breaks are quite common place. The entire valley has a quiet energy and though there are a lot of people, everyone seems quiet and happy, no street vendors yelling or car horns honking. Some of the schools here are from pre-independent India and are in themselves great places to visit for anyone interested in architecture from that time period.
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Unexplored Destinations

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The Bir village in the heart of Himachal Pradesh is the go-to place for adventure enthusiasts in India. Offering an idyllic valley sprawled over rough mountainous terrain, the land has been nature-scripted for an out of the world experience. It is no wonder that the Paragliding World Cup was held here in 2015. Despite its recent claim to fame, this spot has been largely untouched by the usual throng of tourists!
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Another pristine location in state of Himachal Pradesh is the town of Barot. Christened by some as the Virgin valley of the Mandi district, this alluring town serves as a pit stop for multiple treks across Himachal. With the Uhl river, snaking its way across the expanse, one can take part in numerous small expeditions around the vicinity of Barot.
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Situated in one of the few states in India that actually see snowfall, Mukteshwar is located about 2285 meters above sea level in Nainital. Nainital is already quite well known as a great holiday spot and popular for having some of the best boarding schools in the country. If you’re looking to get out of the scorching heat of the subcontinent, it really doesn’t get much better than this. Mukteshwar gets its name from the 350 year old temple “Mukteshwar Dam” which sits right on top of the mountain and where none other than the Lord Shiva himself is said to reside. The story behind the temple is that Lord Shiva killed a demon at this spot and was granted salvation or “mukti”
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