(6) Nights - (7) Days | Delhi - Shimla(2N) - Kullu(1N) - Manali(3N) - Delhi
Pick up from Delhi and transfer to Shimla by road. On arrival, check-in to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stay overnight in the hotel.
In the morning, visit Kufri. It is at an altitude of 2500 meters and is a 2 hours’ drive from Shimla. Later, visit the Vice Regal Lodge, Church, Indira Bungalow, jakhoo Temple and take a walk down the Mall Road. Overnight stay at hotel in Shimla.
Check-out of the hotel and drive to Kullu valley, en-route visit Kullu market, Kullu Shawl factories, and Vaishno Mata Temple. Check?in at the hotel in Kullu. Overnight at the Hotel.
In the morning, drive from Kullu to Manali by road. On the cover Kullu sightseeing. Upon arrival check-in to your hotel. Spend the day at leisure. Have a comfortable overnight stay.
Proceed for a half-day sightseeing of Manali. Visit Vashishtha Kund, Hidimba Temple Club House and Tibetan monasteries. Enjoy the rest of the day is at leisure. Stay overnight in Manali.
Spend the day at leisure enjoying the scenic beauty of Himachal. After a memorable experience, return to your hotel for an overnight stay. Note: Rohtang/Snow point sightseeing will be on a direct payment basis and will depend on the availbity of permit.
Today check out of the hotel and transfer to Delhi airport/railway station for your onward travel.
A wonderful abode in the Himalayas, the city of Shimla is surrounded by scenic pine-covered hills and snow-capped peaks. Located in the magnificent hill state of Himachal Pradesh in India, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. From honeymooners to adventure seekers, the city serves as a charming retreat to a large number of people.
The enchanting beauty of this hill station has attracted countless filmmakers and cinematographers. This erstwhile summer capital of the British, still retains its colonial-era charm through its spectacular historical churches and institutes, like Christ Church, Indian Institute of Advanced Study and many more. The majestic Himalayas have a certain allure that makes you forget all your worries. Walk along the charming Mall Road and fill your shopping bags with beautiful souvenirs. When you are exhausted with all the shopping, you can satiate your taste buds with hot, steaming local food.
Revel in the picturesque views from the scenic Jakhoo Hill or explore your spiritual side at the ancient Jakhoo Temple. Indulge in the adrenaline-pumping activities such as skiing, bungee jumping and zip-lining at Kufri. Shimla gives its tourists the chance to discover the best of the Himalayas, completed by rich cultural heritage and enthralling attractions.
Referred to as the Queen of Himachal Pradesh, Manali is an ancient town that is located at an altitude of nearly 2050 meters in Kullu district. Manali is blessed with breathtaking natural beauty that comprises lofty snow-capped peaks of Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal, thick forests, fruit orchards, beautiful hamlets and meadows that are carpeted with lovely wildflowers.
Being a high altitude resort town, Manali is an all-year-round destination that offers alluring vistas. An ideal destination for Honeymooners and adventure junkies alike, the town of Manali is a mix of old and new. Being a hub of adventure activities, Manali offers enthralling escapades of skiing, paragliding, trekking, mountaineering, and rafting. Get enchanted by the surrealistic snowscape of Rohtang Pass or the Snow Point.
Lose yourself in the spiritual realm by paying a visit to Hadimba Temple, Vashisth Bath, and Van Vihar. Shopping at the famous Mall Road is fun as it is the most throbbing spot of the city lined with hotels and eateries. With all these attractions and abundance of natural beauty, Manali makes an ideal holiday destination for everyone.
Kullu is a picturesque valley nestled between the Beas River and the majestic Himalayas. It offers scenic views of snow-clad mountains, towering Pine and Deodar forests, gushing rivers and exquisite apple orchards. Kullu was the home of Lord Raghunath Ji - the presiding deity of the area and is hence referred to as the ‘Valley of the Gods’. It has many pilgrimage sites for Hindus, Sikhs, and Buddhists.
The people here have a rich cultural heritage, and their traditional customs are evident in all of their ceremonies, especially the famous seven-day festival of Kullu Dussehra. The valley is famous for adventure activities like rafting, mountaineering, paragliding, and trekking. It is also well-known for its temples, parks and hot springs. Kullu houses The Great Himalayan National Park where one can see rare and beautiful animals like the brown bear, snow leopards, tigers, Khalij Cheer and a variety of Himalayan birds.
A visit to the village Vashist is a must to take a dip in its natural sulfur springs. Some of the things to shop during your visit would be the delicious apple jam made fresh in the orchards, woolen items like clothing, shawls, hats, blankets and even slippers, local pickles, dry fruits and more.