Shimla HPTDC



Shimla HPTDC is the part of Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation(HPTDC). HPTDC is an initiative of the Himachal Pradesh State Government. The HPTDC has split the state in four different circuits which reflect four different ages, they are :

  • Dhauldhar Circuit
  • Tribal Circuit
  • Beas Circuit
  • Sutlej Circuit
HPTDC also organizes Adventure Sports packages like Ski packages for learners at Narkanda and Manali, every year between December to March. These packages include accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner(for first day), Skiing equipments.

It doesn't include traveling charges to reach Manali and back. Moreover, to participate in these sports you need to be physically and mentally fit. Medical Help is arranged at Government Health Centres and private clinics at both the hill stations.

HPTDC also organizes Adventure Camps for 4 days and 6 days. These camps are not only a pleasure and fun activity rather they add to more to your knowledge.

Apart from Trekking and other adventure activities, these camps teach you how to motivate yourself and show faith among others.

In other words, in these camps you can practice meditation. These camps aim at building your over all persona.


HPTDC has listed the names of the hotels as per the circuits in which they lie. You can do online reservation at its homepage.

To travel from one place to another in Shimla HPTDC offers its tourists the service of well equipped Luxury coaches. HPTDC also arranges for some sightseeing activities and excursions.

For this it offers various packages, you can choose the one that falls within your budget.



Last Updated on : 4/26/2012







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