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Himachal Pradesh

THimachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state in the Himalayas with spectacular snowy peaks and plunging river valleys. Himachal Pradesh is India's outdoor adventure playground. For tourism, Himachal is the best place as here you can find adventures from trekking and climbing to rafting, paragliding, and skiing. Himachal is also a spectacular place to explore by bus, car, motorcycle, jeep, or foot, thanks to its convoluted topography of interlocking mountain chains.

Hill stations entice with a vacation vibe, whereas backpacker hotspots entice with chilled-out vibes and mountain beauty like Kullu, Manali, Shimla, Mecload Ganj,Mandi, Narkanda, Kasaul etc.

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Mecload Ganj

McLeod Ganj, also spelled McLeodGanj, is a scenic hill station in Himachal Pradesh that is surrounded by the Dhauladhar ranges.

Distance from Chandigarh: 256 Kms
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Mandi, located at the crossroads of Kullu and Dharamshala, is a visiting place that is also called Dev Bhumi because it is in the lap of a lot of temples. It is a beautiful mountainous region filled with surreal landscapes and numerous ancient shrines that pacify your soul. It is frequently regarded as Himachal Pradesh's cultural capital.

Distance from Chandigarh: 182 Kms
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Narkanda, which connects to Thanedar, is popularly known as the "Getaway to Apple Country." Narkanda's well-known tourist attractions include Tani Jubbar Lake, Stokes Apple Farm, Hatu Temple, Hatu Peak, Mahamaya Temple, Kotgarh, and Thanedar.

Distance from Chandigarh: 172 Kms
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Kasol is a small village in the Kullu district of Parvati Valley, 4 kilometres from Manikaran, 30 kilometres from Bhuntar, 38 kilometres from Kullu, and 76 kilometres from Manali. It is a well-known Kullu tourist attraction.

Distance from Chandigarh: 269 Kms
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Manali is a breathtakingly beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh's mountains, with a snowy weather in winters shows its real beauty. It is near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. Skiing, , paragliding, rafting, kayaking, hiking, mountaineering and mountain biking are also popular in Manali.

Distance from Chandigarh: 295 Kms
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Shimla, Himachal Pradesh's mesmerising hill station, is often referred to as the "Queen of Hills." It is one of the best hill stations in India and one of the most popular Himachal tourist destinations.

Distance from Chandigarh: 112 Kms
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Kullu is the capital of the Kullu district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, located 40 kilometres from Manali, 500 kilometres from Delhi, 215 kilometres from Shimla, and 258 kilometres from Chandigarh.

Distance from Chandigarh: 249 Kms


The capital territory of India, Delhi, is a massive metropolitan area in the country's north. The sprawling Jama Masjid mosque and the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, are both located in Old Delhi, a neighbourhood dating back to the 1600s. Their courtyards can accommodate 25,000 people easily. Chandni Chowk, a bustling bazaar filled with food carts, sweet shops, and spice stalls, is nearby. Delhi is primarily known for two things: architectural marvels and shopping.

Traveling on Metro and DTC AC Buses is also an option. Upmarket areas include Connaught Place, Akshdhaam Temple, Red Fort, India Gate, Hauz Khas, and Qutub Minar that you may visit.

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Akshdhaam Temple

Akshardham Temple, dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan, showcases India's ancient culture. The temple complex has a step-well styled courtyard and 60 acres of lush lawns with bronze statues of Indian heroes such as patriots and warriors.

Distance from Chandigarh: 258 Kms
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Red Fort, Delhi

The Mughals built Red Fort in 1639, and it gets its name from its massive red-colored sandstone walls. The octagonal-shaped fort is located in Old Delhi and covers an area of 254 acres. The Red Fort also has a museum with Mughal-era artefacts such as daggers, curtains, miniature paintings, and carpets.

Distance from Chandigarh: 251 Kms
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India Gate, Delhi

India Gate represents the sacrifice of 70,000 Indian soldiers who died fighting against a foreign army during World War I. Furthermore, this magnificent work of art is one of India's largest war memorials. When illuminated at night, the monument appears magnificent, with colourful fountains in the surrounding area.

Distance from Chandigarh: 260 Kms
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Hauz Khas, Delhi

If you like to party, you should go to Hauz Khas, which is known for its swanky clubs, quirky cafes, and fine-dining restaurants. The area is well-known for the Hauz Khas Complex, a 13th-century structure that retains its old charm amidst the modernised street.

Distance from Chandigarh: 270 Kms
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Qutub Minar, Delhi

Qutub Minar, named after Qutb-ud-din Aibak, is a 73-meter-tall minaret. The tower has five distinct tapering storeys, the first three of which are adorned with red sandstone, while the fourth and fifth storeys are built in marble and sandstone, respectively, and are engraved with decorative Quranic texts.

Distance from Chandigarh: 267 Kms


Chandigarh is the first planned city of India. Le Corbusier, the Swiss-French modernist architect, designed Chandigarh, the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana. It is well-known for its meticulously planned infrastructure and architecture. There are numerous statues, monuments, and buildings located throughout the city. Its structures include the Capital Complex, which houses the High Court, the Secretariat, and the Legislative Assembly, as well as the massive Open Hand Monument, it is also famous for its clean roads and greenery.

The nearby Rock Garden is a park with stone sculptures, recycled ceramics, and industrial relics. Sukhna lake, Rose garden, Garden of Science, Japanese Garden are some best places to visit in Chandigarh.

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Sukhna Lake

Sukhna Lake is a man-made body of water and a beautiful place to roam around at morning or evening both times. Because, it is popular among morning joggers and walkers and it gives a different experience to visitors. Popular activities include boating, rowing, trampoline jumping, and solar cruises can also be found in Sukhna Lake.

Distance from Chandigarh: 4 Kms from city center
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Rock Garden

The Rock Garden is a massive open-air exhibition hall where Nek Chand designed and built sculptures out of urban and industrial waste. It also has man-made interconnected waterfalls. Every year, the popular Teej festival is also held here.

Distance from Chandigarh: 1 Kms from city center
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Garden Of Silence

Japanese Garden, located in Sector 31A of Chandigarh, is a well-kept, beautifully maintained park that includes a park, water bodies, pagoda towers, waterfalls, meditation centres, a buddha idol, and several other structures. The park is divided into two sections that are linked by an underground tunnel decorated with beautiful Japanese paintings.

Distance from Chandigarh: 5 Kms from city center
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Japanese Garden

Japanese Garden, located in Sector 31A of Chandigarh, is a well-kept, beautifully maintained park that includes a park, water bodies, pagoda towers, waterfalls, meditation centres, a buddha idol, and several other structures. The park is divided into two sections that are linked by an underground tunnel decorated with beautiful Japanese paintings.

Distance from Chandigarh: 3 Kms from city center
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Elante Mall

Elante Mall, located in Industrial Area Phase 1, is Chandigarh's second-largest mall. It houses various Indian and international brands, as well as a food court and several cafes.

Distance from Chandigarh: 4 Kms from city center
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Rose Garden

The Rose Garden, located in Chandigarh's 16 sector, is a great place to unwind and enjoy nature at its best. The garden is filled with an exquisite variety of flowers, making it popular among tourists and nature lovers.

Distance from Chandigarh: 1 Kms from city center


Uttarakhand, a Himalayan state in northern India, is well-known for its Hindu pilgrimage sites. The Beatles' 1968 visit to Rishikesh, a major centre for yoga study, made the city famous. The evening Ganga Aarti, a spiritual gathering on the sacred Ganges River, is held in the city. Bengal tigers and other native wildlife can be found in the state's forested Jim Corbett National Park.

Mussoorie, known as the Queen of the Hills, and Nainital, known for its beautiful Naini Lake and mesmerising sunset views, are just a few of the beautiful places to visit here.

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Nainital is a charming hill station in Uttarakhand, located near the Kumaon ranges. It is the most visited hill station in North India and is located near Dehradun and Delhi. Nainital is an excellent weekend destination for residents of Delhi and the surrounding areas.

Distance from Chandigarh: 447 Kms
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Dhanaulti, a popular hill station and romantic destination near Dehradun, is a popular hill station and romantic destination. It is only 36 kilometres from Dehradun and near other hill stations like Mussorie, Chamba, Tehri, and Kanatal.

Distance from Chandigarh: 258 Kms
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Rishikesh is a small town in Uttarakhand's Dehradun district, comes on the way of Haridwar. Mainly it is well-known for its adventure activities, ancient temples, and popular cafes and is located in the Himalayan foothills along the confluence of the Ganga and Chandrabhaga rivers.) It is also known as the "Yoga Capital of the World" and is one of the holiest places for Hindus and is a pilgrimage town.

Distance from Chandigarh: 241 Kms
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Mussoorie is one of the most popular hill stations in Uttarakhand, located 290 kilometres from Delhi in the Dehradun district. Mussoorie, also known as the Queen of the Hills, is located at an elevation of 7000 feet above sea level and is surrounded by the Shivalik range of Himalayas and the Doon Valley.

Distance from Chandigarh: 202 Kms
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Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park is Uttarakhand's oldest national park, located in the foothills of the Himalayas in the Nainital district. Corbett National Park is known for being home to the endangered Bengal tiger and is part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve.

Distance from Chandigarh: 252 Kms


Punjab, a state bordering Pakistan, is the spiritual home of India's Sikhs. The Harmandir Sahib, the holiest gurdwara that people visit a lot with a lot of reverence. It is located in Amritsar, which was founded in the 1570s by Sikh Guru Ram Das (Sikh place of worship). It is known as Golden Temple that is a major pilgrimage site. With a beautiful view, it is surrounded by the Pool of Nectar. There is also a Hindu shrine named Durgiana Temple located in Amritsar.

This shrine is famous for its engraved silver doors. As well as, Ludhiana, Patiala, Jalandhar and Anandpur-Sahid are one of the most popular places to roam around in Punjab.

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Amritsar, home of the glorious Golden Temple, epitomises Punjab's heroic character. Amritsar, the second-largest city in the Indian state of Punjab, is colloquially known as Ambarsar. Amritsar is well-known for its delectable street food, in addition to the Golden Temple.

Distance from Chandigarh: 226 Kms
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Ludhiana, Punjab's largest city, located on the banks of the Sutlej River. This beautiful city is one of India's largest manufacturing hubs Ludhiana. Moreover, it is known as the Manchester of India. This is only because, it is well-known for its ancient Lodi dynasty ruins, hosiery industries, and war museum.

Distance from Chandigarh: 98 Kms
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Patiala, is the 4th largest city in the state of Punjab. It is well known for its strong historical and cultural roots. It is located in the southeast of the golden land. It is surrounded by architectural marvels and cultural heritage, and is a popular destination for exploring Punjab's core traditions.

Distance from Chandigarh: 71 Kms
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Jalandhar is the true personification of Punjab's rich heritage and history and this city belonged to the illustrious Indus Valley Civilisation. In the years of its development, Jalandhar has evolved into an important commercial and industrial hub for people. It is also a destination for delectable Punjabi cuisine.

Distance from Chandigarh: 147 Kms
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Anandpur-Sahib is in Punjab's Rupnagar District, close to the Pakistani border. The Khalsa Panth was founded here, making it one of the holiest places for Sikhs. The location of this sacred event has been memorialised by the construction of a Gurudwara.

Distance from Chandigarh: 83 Kms

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