With our 6N & 7D tour package, we take you to an exquisite tour to exotic Himachal Pradesh. Also known as “Devbhoomi” or the land of Gods, there are countless temples in different regions of Himachal. Meanwhile, the stunning panorama and quaintness of places in Himachal are likely to win your heart. Whether you are seeking a holiday package for unwinding or want to visit the popular places in this state, the Shimla-Manali-Dharamshala tour package is perfect to give you a glimpse at different cultures, languages, deities and other attractions of Himachal. So, are you ready to explore the magnificent regions of Himachal and have an unforgettable vacation?
06 Nights’ accommodation
Cab for 07 days.
01 Room for 02 Adults
Breakfast is complimentary in your package.
breakfasts & Dinner for 02 pax.
Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary (Dezire/Etios)
Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour
Assistance on arrival.
Inclusive of all (Parking, Toll Tax, Luxury Tax, Green Tax , Fuel Exp., and Driver Exp. etc
In the morning, our travel representative will pick you from the Delhi Railway station or Airport and drive you to Shimla. You’ll reach Shimla by evening and check into a hotel for an overnight stay.
After a scrumptious breakfast, proceed to Kufri for local sightseeing. This is a small hill station in Shimla, which is known for its lush greenery and undulating mountain terrains. Another popular attraction in this region is the Himalayan Wildlife Zoo, which houses a variety of species found in the Himalayan region. This destination also has an amusement park, Fun World, which is ideal for enjoying adventure activities and spend quality time with your family and friends.
After enjoying the sightseeing in Kufri, we head to a leisure walk on the Mall Road, Shimla. This place was constructed in the British Colonial Era and houses various shops, showrooms, eateries, cafeterias and more. In the evening, you return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Kufri: A small hill station in Shimla.
Jakhoo Temple: Ancient temple dedicated to Hanuman. It is nestled at a height of 2,455 meters above sea level.
The Ridge: It is a large open space, situated in the heart of Shimla. It is a major hub of all cultural activities in the town.
Christ Church: It is the second oldest church in Northern India, after St. John Church in Meerut.
The Mall Road: It is the main street in Shimla, constructed in the British colonial era.
Green Valley: This is a beautiful picnic spot in Shimla. As the name indicates, this valley is surrounded by mountains with pine forests.
After breakfast, check out of the hotel and depart for Manali. You drive past Beas- Sutlej Link Project, Sunder Nagar Lake, Pandon Dam, Hanogi Mata Temple, Vaishno Devi Temple and Kullu Valley. In the evening, you’d reach Manali and on arrival check into the hotel for an overnight stay.
After breakfast, you proceed to Solang Valley sightseeing and Manali sightseeing. Solang Valley is a popular place in Manali for various adventure activities, such as Paragliding, Skiing, Zorbing, Snow Motor Biking and more. After the adventurous activities, proceed to Manali where you can visit Hadimba Temple. This temple is built in 1553 with a finely crafted tiered pagoda roof that’s popular for its finely carved doorway.
There is also a Club House with various comprehensive facilities, including an auditorium, roller skating rink, library, bar and restaurant. This place is great for relaxing with family and friends. You can also visit Tibetan Monastery, Van Vihar National Park, Manu Temple and Vashisht Temple & Hot Spring. The Vashisht temple is a tiny hamlet nestled on the bank of Beas River. This place is known for its hot sulphur springs and temples. Near this temple, there’s Nehru Kund that’s located at a distance of approx. 6 km from Manali. This Kund derived its name from Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru, as he used to love drinking water from this particular pool. In the evening, get back to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Today after breakfast, you proceed to Dharamshala, another popular town in Himachal Pradesh, The city is surrounded by cedar forests on the edge of Himalayan ranges. For an overnight stay, check into a hotel.
After a hearty breakfast, check out of the hotel and drive to the panoramic Dhauladhar Ranges for sightseeing of Dharamshala. This place is also known as the Little Tibet. There is a small bazaar filled with a variety of Tibetan artefacts and handicrafts. Some popular places to visit in Dharamshala are St. Johns’ Church, Mcleodganj, The Dalai Lama Imbibe, Dal Lake and the Cricket stadium of Dharamshala. After enjoying the entire day in Dharamshala, head to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Check out from hotel in the morning and head to Delhi Junction for boarding flight or train to get back home with a bag full of sweet memories.