Hidden gems in Himachal Pradesh to explore after the pandemic

Staying indoors is not an easy task especially if you love travelling and exploring places. Though we do not know when we will be able to book our tickets again to the hills, we can use this time to build our bucket list.

Updated On May 16, 2021 03:19 PM IST 6 Photos
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Here are a few places in Himachal Pradesh you should explore at least once in your life.(Instagram)

Here are a few places in Himachal Pradesh you should explore at least once in your life.(Instagram)

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Prashar Lake lies 49 km to the east of Mandi. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, this serene location will make you want to stay there forever.(Intsagram/trip_geography •)

Prashar Lake lies 49 km to the east of Mandi. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, this serene location will make you want to stay there forever.(Intsagram/trip_geography •)

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Karsog Valley is a small town located in the lap of Himalayas, near Shimla. The best time to visit this place is during the winters when the valley is covered with snow and fog.(Instagram/himalayan.king)

Karsog Valley is a small town located in the lap of Himalayas, near Shimla. The best time to visit this place is during the winters when the valley is covered with snow and fog.(Instagram/himalayan.king)

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Sangla is located on the right bank of the river Baspa. The highlight of this unexplored place is its snow-capped mountains.(Instagram/himparadiseofficial)

Sangla is located on the right bank of the river Baspa. The highlight of this unexplored place is its snow-capped mountains.(Instagram/himparadiseofficial)

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Chitkul village, another hidden gem of Himachal, falls under the Kinnaur district.(Instagram/himparadiseofficial)

Chitkul village, another hidden gem of Himachal, falls under the Kinnaur district.(Instagram/himparadiseofficial)

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Kalpa, one of the biggest villages in Kinnaur district, is known for its apple orchards and lush green mountains.(Instagram/thevagabondjournal)

Kalpa, one of the biggest villages in Kinnaur district, is known for its apple orchards and lush green mountains.(Instagram/thevagabondjournal)

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