According to the tourism director, travelers can visit Kasauli, Shimla, Chail, Narkanda, and Kinnaur because the roads leading there are open and secure.
Amit Kashyap, director of tourism and civil aviation for Himachal Pradesh, stated on Tuesday that the state is prepared to welcome visitors now that the roads leading to prominent hill stations have been repaired.
According to Kashyap, travelers can visit Kasauli, Shimla, Chail, Narkanda, and Kinnaur because the roads leading there are open and secure. He claimed that commuters can travel to Dharamshala, Mcleodganj, Palampur, Dalhouise, Khajjiar, and Chamba.
“Most hotels are offering discounts to visitors during the present season. With 7% of the state’s GDP and 14.4% of all direct and indirect jobs, the tourist industry is one of the largest contributors, according to Kashyap.
He claimed that despite some road travel being disrupted by the recent severe monsoon rains, tourists are now able to visit the area thanks to the state government’s efforts.
The state government is subsidizing the cost of all tickets from Shimla-Dharamshala-Shimla, according to the tourist director, who said that daily flights are available from Delhi to Shimla and Shimla to Dharamshala (Kangra airport in Gaggal).
Source- Hindustan times