The simplicity of Himachal Pradesh has always had a charismatic impression on most of the people this Indian state has welcomed. Situated in the north-west of the country, Himachal is known for its national parks, hot springs, forests rich with greenery and cold breeze whistling on its mountains. Even with the demands of tourism, Himachal has managed to tame its commercial ambiance giving even more reasons for people to come experience in its most natural state. Travelers traverse here to be one with nature, and walking tours in Himachal Pradesh are the simplest way to give in to this place. The multicultural heritage and the traditions followed by people of Himachal have strong influences of both Buddhism and Hinduism. Due to their beliefs in conserving flora and fauna, the lifestyle here is extremely simple and none of the acts in the day-to-day lives bring any harm to their surroundings and nature. Himachal also has many tales from the past dwelling among these mountains and often recited by the people living in the villages.
To learn of such tales, one can take a walk and spend time with locals gaining knowledge from their first-hand experiences. Walking through the coniferous forests of the great mountains of Himachal frequently allows the mind to forget that they are on the same planet as where their city lives are. The mind finds its calm during these walks and the energy from within starts to purify and radiate abundance. Connecting with nature while disconnecting with the world is the key here. Thrillophilia organizes plenty walking tours in Himachal Pradesh to experience nature at its best. The best time to travel is September through March; one should extend their stays if possible to witness the transition of Himachal Pradesh from amber autumn to snowy winters to the brightening of spring.