Shimla is a worth place to visit and there are many things to see here such as Jakhoo temple and Jakhu Ropeway. It is not only the place to visit by nature lovers but also people with interest in God’s love and history will be pleased after a trip.
We are guiding you how to plan a tour to Shimla during snowfall. Shimla remains open for tourism entire year and displays different colors in each season. The Shimla a desired place for thousands of people for a family vacation. From adventure seekers to honeymooners too, the city serves, this is a charming place.
Winter season is a peak season for tourism in Shimla. It is an ideal time for people who want to enjoy the snowfall. In the winter season, it snows heavily in Shimla. Every year, honeymooners and families come in winter season to see snowfall in Shimla. The entire region turns white due to snow in winter season. Tourists enjoy adventure sports such as skiing in Shimla. Hence, December is a perfect month to visit Shimla for enjoying skiing and skating.
How you can reach Shimla?
Shimla is connected and can be reached by road, air or train. Jubarhati is about 23 km from the town and is the nearest airport. Their regular flights go from Jubarhatti to Chandigarh and Delhi. The funny and better way to get here is by Train. A famous toy train travels between Kalka and Shimla. You can reach Kalka from Delhi or Chandigarh and then take the Toy Train. The entire journey is covered on a narrow-gauge covering a distance of 96 km in 7 hours. If you want to reach here by Bus, then there are regular buses. Manali is at 260 kilometers, Chandigarh is at a distance of 117 km from Shimla, and Delhi at 343 kilometers. Also, the perfect way to travel is by your own vehicle; either by bile or a Car. From Delhi, you will travel on NH1 to reach Ambala. After Ambala and before Chandigarh, take the diversion to NH22 and continue towards Shimla via Kandaghat.
What to See in Shimla
Mall Road: It is the main shopping street. It is the center of all activity here. There are many restaurants, cafes, and social hangouts on Mall Road.
Christ Church: It is the second oldest church in North India and situated on The Ridge.
Statue of Lord Hanuman at Jakhu Hill: This is a 108 feet tall statue that stands at a height of 8,500 feet above sea level.