Himachal Pradesh, “The land of the snow”, is famous for its stunning beauty, scenic views, snow-clad mountains, and a wide variety of flora, fauna, and beautiful landscapes.

Himachal is located in the western Himalayas. It is also known by the name “Dev Bhoomi” (Land of Gods and Goddess) because of its many beautiful temples with exquisite architecture.

Himachal has many beautiful hill stations and scenic locations that make great destinations for summer escapes. Let’s discover some of the more exotic and famous places in Himachal Pradesh, which are great for the months of May and June this year.


Kasol is a picturesque Himalayan village located in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. It is located in Parvati Valley, near the banks and stunning Parvati river. Kasol attracts tourists from all around the world because of its beautiful surroundings and amazing views. Kasol is known for its trekking point, open-air parties, and youth culture. Manikaran Gurudwara is also located just 15 minutes from Kasol. Here you can receive the blessings and prayers of God. Kasol, with its unexplored natural beauty and fresh air, remains a dream destination for nature lovers, backpackers, solo travellers, and even families. It is the perfect place to enjoy tranquillity and peace in a picturesque hill station far from all the hustle and bustle. Kasol is often called “Mini Israel” for the number of Israeli tourists that visit it. Here you can enjoy exotic Israeli food and also shop for western souvenirs. Kasol is an excellent place to go in your Himachal Tour if your goal is to find exotic places to travel to in May and June.


Shimla is also known as the Queen of Hills. It is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and its largest city. Shimla’s main attractions include its snow-covered mountains, beautiful climate, tranquil lakes, and stunning natural beauty. Shimla has many delights for its visitors. Enjoy the Himalayan Toy Train ride. These are slow-moving trains that travel from Kalka up to Shimla. You will be amazed at the beauty of the route, and it is an unforgettable experience to travel there. You can also visit Shimla’s famous Jakhoo temple, dedicated to Hindu God Hanuman. Here you can receive the blessings of God. You can also enjoy panoramic views of the entire city. Shopping is easy on Mall Road in Shimla. Here you can shop for handicrafts, shawls and woollen clothes as well as attractive Jewellery at local shops. In addition to the exquisite wooden products you can find in Lakkar bazaar, many cafes and restaurants near the shops offer delicious food.


The tiny Switzerland of India, Khajjiar in Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh, is an outstanding, picturesque and beautiful hill station. It is often called “Mini Switzerland” due to its breathtaking natural beauty and topographical similarities with Switzerland. You can enjoy beautiful views over lush natural beauty, including green meadows, dense forests, lakes, pine, Deodar trees, thick forests, and lush green meadows. This spot is ideal for families to enjoy a picnic.


Kullu is a charming town located in the Kullu valley, on the banks. Kullu is well-known for its picturesque views, ancient Temples, snow-clad mountains, and clean, unspoiled rivers. There are many tourist activities available, including adventure activities, cultural activities, and religious activities.

Also, you can visit Kullu’s Bijli Mahadev Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva to pay your respects and to God. It is a beautiful temple in Himachal that fills the hearts and minds of devotees with spiritual tranquillity and wellness. Beautiful banks of marigold flowers mark the Temple. This temple can only be reached by a 3 km trek. Trekking offers breathtaking views and is a great experience. The holy places of Vaishno Devi Temple and Hanogi Mata temple, as well as Shri GuruNanakdevji Gurudwara, are all available for you to visit and receive blessings. It is possible to enjoy breathtaking views of Kullu and its stunning natural surroundings. Kullu is another popular spot for shoppers who are looking to have a great shopping experience. Kullu’s Akhara bazaar is a popular shopping spot where you can find attractive Kullu caps, woolen clothes and more. The famous Kullu scarfs are available for purchase. They are made from natural fibers such Pashmina, sheep wools, and Angora.


Manali is a popular tourist destination. This is the ideal destination for honeymoon couples due to its natural beauty, dense forests, snow-capped mountains and open spaces. Manali is named for the Sanatan Hindu lawgiver, “Manu”. Manali is spelled “Manu alaya” which literally means “Abode Of Manu”. Manali has many tourist attractions, including Monasteries and Temples. Manali’s most famous temple is the Hadimba temple. It is an ancient temple that was dedicated to Hidimbi, the wife of Bhima, in the Indian epic Mahabharata. The four-storey Pagoda on the temple’s fourth floor and its beautiful architecture date back to 1553. Manali offers many adventurous activities, including paragliding, trekking, river-rafting, and skiing. River Beas, which is beautiful with its icy clear water, is an ideal spot for river rafting. There are also Manali sanctuary, Rohtang Pass, Manali sanctuary, Great Himalayan National parks, and Solang Valley. Manali is a fantastic place to go if adventure-lovers are looking for a place to do adventure sports.


Malana, an Indian village located in Himachal Pradesh, is beautiful and old. This isolated village, Malana Nala in a side valley within the Parvati Valley, is isolated from the rest. Legends say that Jamlu Rishi (sage) lived here and established rules and regulations. Malana’s unique social structure is what makes it so special. Malana’s social structure rests on villagers faith in the powerful Deity Jamblu Devta. Through a village council, he controls the entire administration. Malana residents are very strict in following their customs. Malana, a quiet village nestled among lush green forests and majestic mountain peaks, is a wonderful place to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life.

Chandratal Lake

Chandratal Lake is a stunning glacier lake in Himachal Pradesh’s Spiti area. It is fed by Chandra Glacier. It boasts deep blue, crystal-clear waters and meadows filled with wildflowers. Because of its crescent shape, Chandra Tal is known as the Lake of the Moon. Legend has it that this is the exact spot where God Indra’s Chariot brought Yudhishthira, oldest Pandavas brother, to him. This makes this area holy for Hindu devotees. It is also a favourite spot for trekkers and campers. The lake’s water colour changes as the day go on, from reddish-orange to orange to then green and blue. It is worth the effort to see this magical place. You won’t see this lake anywhere else. It is magical. It is the perfect spot to capture magical moments and click photos.


Dharmashala is a beautiful hill station that can be found in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra valley. This is where the Dalai Lama, the great Tibetan leader, lives. Many monasteries can be found here, as well as many Buddhist nuns and monks. Visitors travel from all over the country to visit this picturesque hill station. It is known for its beautiful natural beauty which includes snow-covered mountains, thick Deodar cedars, and stunning views. This place is a paradise for those who love hills. Here you can also learn and review new things about Buddhism and experience the culture.

Shopping in Dharmashala makes shopping a lot of fun. You can purchase Tibetan mats or carpets from the local market. They come in many sizes, colours and designs.


Manikaran is a pilgrimage centre for Hindus or Sikhs. It attracts people all over the country, including those who want to cook rice and bathe in hot springs that have spiritual and healing properties. Manikaran Gurudwara Sahib is believed to be Guru Nanak Dev’s exact meditation spot.

Mc Leodganj

Mcleodganj, which is home to large Tibetan populations, is a popular spot in Dharmashala. It is situated in Kangra district. Due to the high number of Tibetans, Mcleodganj is also called “Little Lhasa”. Mc Leodganj is the perfect place for peace and tranquillity in Himachal Pradesh during May and June.
These were the top places to see in Himachal Pradesh between May and June. Share the list with your friends and comment below about your favourite place in Himachal Pradesh.