Nature Travel - India Vacation Packages
Nature travel in India introduces the travelers with horticulture and orchids farms of Himachal Pradesh. The Hill side is covered with variety of fruits and dry fruits trees.
Nature Travel in India
Himachal is well known for citrus fruits, dry fruits
and specially apple. Kotgarh in Himachal has the highest per capita income
in South East Asia, for it's apples sales. Apples form the mainstay of
Himachal's horticulture industry. While places in the 'cold dry zone' that
lie above 2,700m, produce some of the best quality, apples can be grown as
low as state's rural economy.
A considerable degree of contribution in introducing Indian fruits abroad
goes to Stokes, who later came to be known as Satyanand. The success of the
plants and the introduction of grading, packing and marketing, has steadily
transformed the horticultural pattern and the economy of the area.
A Huge Variance Of Citrus Fruits
The sub tropical zone of the area has orchards of various other fruits
including Mango, Litchi, Guava, Fig and practically the entire citrus range.
The mid hills bears fruits that form essential ingredient of squash, jam and
The dry fruit produce of the area includes Peaches and Plums, Apricots and
Pomegranate, Persimmon and Pear. Kiwi and Olive are steadily making their
presence felt. Other include Cherry, Walnut and Chestnut. The warmer parts
produce Raisins, Grapes, Prunes, Almonds - and the unique, 'Chilgoza', the
tasty kernel of the chill pine.