Shimla : A town where the British architecture remains scattered and a town where the gentry is still under the influence of the British lifestyle. Shimla, set up in the Himalayan foothills is the
former Summer Capital of British India. Known for its Gothic villas, forested roads, snow bound winters and boarding schools Shimla is well connected with road rail and air with most parts of the Northern plains Shimla offers impressive opportunities to a visitor.
Manali : Manali is the best option for those who are unable to travel to Kashmir. The valley is the base for many adventure sports and a number of high altitude treks. With its own airport at Bhuntar and it well connectivity with Delhi and Punjab Manali offers a variety of accommodation, food and activities including White Water Rating, Paragliding, Trekking, Skiing and Camping.
Dharamsala : As the Tibetan Government based here in exile, Dharamsala is known for Dalai Lama, the Tibetan – Religious and Political leader. Shadowed by Dhauladhar range of mountains, Dharamsala is known for its forested slopes, rolling meadows, roaming shepherds, tea estates in its lower belts and gargling rivulets. The town is well connected by roads to the plains of Punjab and to the interiors of the state such as Manali, Shimla and Mandi.
Kinnaur Valley : The nature at its fullest is at Kinnaur. Kalpa, as it’s former headquarter and Baspa valley as its main area, Kinnaur is popular for its tribal lifestyle, Kinnauri apple and pine nuts. Located nearly 250 kilometres to the north of Shimla Kinnaur is a strikingly beautiful region of the state. As per the mythology the locals are known as Kinners – half way between human and God and so they are known for their honesty and hospitality.
Spiti Valley : This valley is located in the high regions of the state. Famous as a Cold Desert, the valley had a full dominance of Buddhism with its more than 1000 years old Monastery at Tabo. The region is surrounded by high peaks and has many remote villages where the traditions are still the spice of life. Spiti is approachable from two sides, Shimla and Manali. Mainly remains cut off from
the rest of the world for most part of the year due to snow and cold weather. This was the sea-bed of ocean Tethys from which the Himalaya aroused, the valley holds a Moonlike landscape.
About Ravi Kant : A tourism venture cannot find success if it does not have a good leader. Here at The Thrill Himalaya, Ravi Kant, the team leader is a qualified tourism professional. Trained as an Adventure sports instructor from the Mountaineering Institute Manali and a graduate in tourism from Himachal Pradesh University, Ravi brings an experience of nearly fifteen years with him. He understands the need of the traveller and offers a variety of tourism products that he designs after a details reconnaissance.