Shimla is one of the honeymoon destination and most scenichill stations in India, is also famous for its natural beauty, wooden crafts, architectural buildings and apple farming. Nestled top on the hills and surrounded by pine and deodar jungles, Shimla is also known as Queen of Hills, has its own charm. Every year, thousands of tourists visit this exotic part of land to absorb the true beauty and tranquility that only nature has to offer. Apart from that, city is famous for rich-cultural heritage, arts and crafts. The temples of the town are well settled example showing the excellency in stonework of the architects there. This city is also home to single one South Asian natural ice skating rink.
Shimla, the Queen of Hills can be one of the best Honeymoon Destination in India. Honeymoon is not only about traveling to a distant place but also to know well your better half.
The Queen of Hills is blessed by nature, having a scenic location and offers a perfect ambiance to explore your married life. Walk hands in hands with your sweetheart and enjoy the magnificent view of the snow capped Himalayas. Ancient temples like Bheema Kali, Jakhoo, Sankat Mochan, Tara Devi depicts the beauty of the local arts. Above all, Shimla is the only natural ice-skating rink in South Asian continent. Its a paradise for Shopaholics. Handicrafts, wood and metalwork, shawls, pullovers, local tweeds, caps, Tibetan carpets and pickles, jams and squashes a highly available in its worldwide popular market. A better along with a well known tourist places, city is witnessing a heavy influx of newly married couples and those who prefer romance.
During monsoon season, landsliding is a big problem in the nearby areas of Shimla. Though Monsoons are one of the most romantic months, keep a check on the weather and landslide issues. Do not prebook in Monsoons, as you will get rooms in any hotel at a great discount!!
Favorable weather and climate of Shimla that tourists throng this hill station in any season. Though there is less of rush in monsoons, the rest of the year sees a steady inflow of tourists.
Best Season: Summers/ Winters
Summers: April to June
Winters: November to mid- February
Monsoons: July to September