Himachal Tour

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Himachal Tour

About Himachal Tour

The Himachal Tour of Shimla, Manali, and Dharamsala offers travelers a unique and enchanting experience in the heart of the Himalayas. Shimla, with its colonial architecture and picturesque landscapes, is known as the “Queen of Hill Stations” and provides a peaceful retreat for visitors. Manali, on the other hand, is a bustling town nestled in the Kullu Valley, offering adventure seekers opportunities for trekking, skiing, and paragliding. Lastly, Dharamsala serves as the spiritual center of Himachal Pradesh, home to the Dalai Lama and numerous Tibetan monasteries. With their distinct atmospheres and attractions, each destination in this tour provides a diverse range of sights and experiences that cater to a variety of interests. From scenic hill stations to vibrant markets to serene temples and monasteries, the Himachal Tour promises an unforgettable journey through one of India’s most beautiful regions.


  • Day 01: Chandigarh – Shimla (120 Km/Approx 4-5 hrs drive)

    Enjoy a morning transfer from your hotel, railway station, or airport in Chandigarh to the beautiful city of Shimla. Once the summer capital of British India and now the capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is nestled among the snow-capped Shivalik mountain ranges, offering breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayas. Upon arrival at your hotel in Shimla, take some time to relax and unwind after check-in. The rest of the day is yours to enjoy at your leisure, with no scheduled transportation. Spend the evening exploring the charming city or simply taking in the serene surroundings. Experience the beauty and tranquility of Shimla with an overnight stay in this picturesque destination.

  • Day 02: Shimla – Kufri – Fun Campus – Mall Road Visit

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast, we will embark on a scenic drive to visit Kufri, a charming hill station situated at an altitude of 2680 meters. Kufri Nature Park, closed on Tuesdays, offers a serene escape amidst nature's beauty. The name "Kufri" is derived from the word "kufr," meaning lake in the local language. This resort hill station in the district of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, is renowned for its stunning Himalayan views and the picturesque Nature Park. Following our visit to Kufri, we will head to Fun Campus, where you can partake in thrilling adventure activities such as Snow Skiing during the winter snowfall, Sky, Bungy Ejection, Zip Lane, and Burma Bridge, all available on a direct payment basis. Afterwards, we will continue our journey with a city tour, exploring Lakkar Bazaar, Christ Church, The Ridge, and Scandal Point. In the evening, you are free to wander through the renowned shopping destination of Shimla town - The Mall. Rest and relax for the night at Shimla, taking in the beauty and tranquility of this enchanting hill station.

  • Day 03: Shimla – Sunder Nagar Lake – Pandoh Dam – Kullu – Manali (250 Km/Approx 8-9 hrs drive) –

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast in Shimla, embark on a scenic drive to Manali, nestled at the end of a picturesque valley. Manali is not only a popular tourist destination in Himachal Pradesh, but it also boasts international acclaim. Known for its tranquil streams, melodious birdsong, lush forests, bountiful orchards, and majestic snow-capped mountains, Manali is truly a sight to behold. Legend has it that Manali holds a special place in history, as it is believed that Manu, the ancient sage and author of the 'Manu Samhita', first set foot on earth after a great flood at a location in this very land. The area where he chose to reside became known as Manali, derived from 'Manu-Alaya', meaning the abode of Manu. To this day, a temple dedicated to Manu can be found in the village of Manali. Upon your arrival at your hotel in Shimla, take the rest of the day to relax and unwind at your leisure, with no scheduled transportation. Enjoy an overnight stay in the enchanting town of Manali.

  • Day 04: Manali – Local City Tour

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast, the day's itinerary includes visits to some of the most iconic attractions in Manali: First stop is the Hadimba Devi Temple, also known as the Dhungari Temple. This ancient cave temple is dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, the wife of Bhima from the Indian epic Mahābhārata. Located in the picturesque hill station of Manali in Himāchal Pradesh, this temple is a must-visit for its historical and cultural significance. Next, we will explore the Club House, a popular amusement and adventure zone in Manali. Situated on the banks of the Manalsu Nallah, this facility offers a range of indoor and outdoor games for both kids and adults. Managed by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation, the Club House boasts British-style architecture and activities such as carom, skating, go-karting, billiards, and table tennis. Our journey continues to Vashisht Village, just 3 km from Manali across the River Beas. This charming village is renowned for its sulphur hot water springs and the Vashisht temple located nearby. The healing properties of the spring water are believed to cure various skin diseases and infections. Visitors can also enjoy Turkish-style bath houses with separate facilities for men and women. Lastly, we will visit the Tibetan Monastery, a significant tourist attraction in Manali. Established to accommodate the large Tibetan community in Kullu and Manali, these monasteries offer a glimpse into Tibetan culture and traditions. In the evening, you are free to explore the famous shopping area of Manali town - The Mall. Enjoy an overnight stay in Manali, surrounded by the beauty of the Himalayas.

  • Day 05: Manali – Solang Valley Visit

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast, we will embark on a scenic drive to visit Solang Valley, situated opposite the Solang Village and above the Beas River, just 15 km away from Manali. This picturesque location offers a variety of thrilling adventure activities such as Paragliding, Horse Riding, Quad Riding, Cable Car Ride, Zorbing, Snow Scooting, and Skiing during the winter season, all available for an additional fee. Following our visit to Solang Valley, we may proceed to Atal Tunnel, depending on weather and road conditions. Any additional cab costs incurred for this visit will be covered on the spot. We will then return to Manali for an overnight stay. Please note that Rohtang Pass is only accessible from May to November each year. Due to regulations set by the NGT, we cannot guarantee access to Rohtang Pass or the snow point excursion for our guests. Visits to these destinations will be subject to the availability of permitted vehicles in Manali, with any extra costs to be covered directly by the guest. Please be aware that no vehicles are permitted on TUESDAY for maintenance of Rohtang Pass. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Day 06: Manali – Dharamshala (250 Km/Approx 8-9 hrs drive)Km

    After enjoying breakfast in the morning, our driver will take you from Manali to Dharamshala, a destination that offers everything you need for a perfect holiday. Dharamshala is a vibrant yet peaceful place, with a wide area encompassing two distinct settlements. Lower Dharamshala, situated at 1380m, is a bustling commercial hub, while upper Dharamshala, at 1830m, along with the charming suburbs of Mcleodganj, exudes a British charm and colonial lifestyle. Upon arrival at your hotel in Dharamshala, you will have the opportunity to check-in and freshen up before enjoying some free time for your own activities. The rest of the day will be at your leisure, with no scheduled transportation. You will have the chance to relax and explore the beauty of Dharamshala at your own pace. You will spend the night at your hotel in Dharamshala, enjoying a peaceful and comfortable stay.

  • Day 07: Dharamshala – Local Sightseeing

    After enjoying breakfast in the morning, we will embark on a drive to visit the picturesque town of Mcleodganj. Our itinerary includes stops at the Dalai Lama Temple, Bhagsu Nag Temple, Bhagsu Waterfall, Dal Lake, and St. John Church. In the evening, you will have free time to explore the renowned market of Dharamshala - Mcleodganj. Rest assured, you will have a comfortable overnight stay in Dharamshala.

  • Day 08: Dharamshala – Chandigarh Drop (240 Km/Approx 7-8 hrs drive)Km

    After enjoying breakfast in the morning, you will depart from Dharamshala for Chandigarh. Our transfer service will take you to your hotel, railway station, or airport for your onward journey. We ensure a smooth and comfortable transition for your travels.

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FAQs - Himachal Tour

1: What are the must-visit places in Himachal Pradesh?

Some of the must-visit places in Himachal Pradesh include Shimla, Manali, and Dharamshala.

2. When is the best time to visit Himachal Pradesh?

The best time to visit Himachal Pradesh is during the summer months (April to June) and the winter months (December to February).

3. How can I travel between Shimla, Manali, and Dharamshala?

You can travel between Shimla, Manali, and Dharamshala by road. There are regular bus services and private taxis available.

4. What are the popular activities to do in Shimla?

Popular activities in Shimla include visiting the Mall Road, Jakhu Temple, and Kufri for adventure activities like skiing and snowboarding.

5. Is it safe to visit Himachal Pradesh for solo travelers?

Himachal Pradesh is generally safe for solo travelers, but it's always recommended to take necessary precautions and be mindful of your surroundings.

6. What are the top attractions in Manali?

Some of the top attractions in Manali include Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Hadimba Temple, and Old Manali.

7. Can I experience snowfall in Himachal Pradesh?

Yes, you can experience snowfall in Himachal Pradesh during the winter months, especially in places like Shimla and Manali.

8. What are the best places to shop in Dharamshala?

The best places to shop in Dharamshala are McLeod Ganj market and Kotwali Bazaar for Tibetan handicrafts, jewelry, and clothing.

9. Are there any adventure activities available in Himachal Pradesh?

Yes, Himachal Pradesh offers a wide range of adventure activities such as paragliding, trekking, river rafting, and skiing in places like Solang Valley

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