Tour Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days
Places Covered : Shimla | Manali
Day 1: Arrival at Shimla
Commence your tour by first arriving at the airport in Shimla the erstwhile summer capital of British. Our representative will escort you to a hotel where you will be staying for two days. Draped in forests of pine, oak and rhododendron this erstwhile summer capital of British Colonizer blossoms at an altitude of 2,205 m. Experience pleasant summers and snowy winters at the soothing environs of Shimla which is often referred as "Queen of Hills". The neo-gothic architecture mushrooming amidst emerald settings of Shimla adds a vintage appeal which charms all. Spend the rest of the day exploring the neighborhood or take a small nature walk around and then return to the hotel for overnight stay.
Day 2: Shimla
On the second day you will be driven towards numerous famous tourist spots of the region. Visit Jakhu Temple- a very well known temple situated at the top of the hill to seek blessings of the almighty. An hour long enthralling trek takes you to the renowned temple known for stunning vistas, presence of numerous monkeys and for being the place where as per legends, Lord Hanumana had rested. Later walk down to the bustling mall & indulge in shopping spree. Also explore the Ridge and the State Museum for a quick and interesting peep into the city's history and culture. Later drive back to hotel in Shimla.
Day 3: Shimla - Manali
Check-out the hotel and take drive next to Manali. While domestic tourists visit Manali for honeymooning and the enchanting views of mountains the foreigners loves to indulge in adventure sports and for a laid back exploration of the surrounding villages and temples. Also it is from here that a significant number of trekkers set on their mountaineering escapades towards Ladakh, Karakoram Pass, Spiti, Leh and Keylong. Rest of the day will be free for recreation at the hotel in Manali.
Day 4: Manali
The day brings a sightseeing tour of the town. First visit the 450 years old temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, which has some excellent woodcarvings which includes its intricately carved wooden doors and a 24 meters tall wooden tower. Goddess Durga dominates most of the themes of the carvings inside the temple which is very captivating. You will also visit the Vashisht Bath, Manu Temple, Jagat Sukh Tibetan Monastery and the handicraft centre. The rest of the day at leisure or walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht known for its quaint environs, small temples, simple living and of course hot sulphur springs. Visit Vashisth to witness tranquilizing façade of Mother Nature. Evening will be free for leisure activities.
Day 5: Manali
Set on another sightseeing tour and visit Solang Valley which is situated at the top of Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh. The valley is not only a favorite of nature lovers, but is equally loved by adventure freaks for it offers summer and winter sport conditions. You can try your hands at various exhilarating sport activities such as parachuting, paragliding, skating, skiing and zorbing. Moving ahead on your delightful holiday you will move towards the not to be missed destinations of the region, the Rohtang Pass where you may get a chance to frolic in the snow. Situated 51 km from Manali at an altitude of 3978 meters Rohtang Pass is a high mountain which connects Lahaul and Spiti Valleys (subjected to weather conditions). Also spend some quality time at Kothi and beautiful Rahala Waterfalls situated at an altitude of 2501m on the way. Rest of the evening is free to explore Manali.
Day 6: Manali- Departure
The exciting Himachal tour comes to an end on this day and you will find our representative at the hotel lobby. You will be directed back to Bhuntar Airport where you will board your flight back homewards.
- Mist clad mountains, verdant valleys & enchanting panorama invites all at North Indian hill stations
- Explore breath-taking vistas and age old temples of Manali
- At an altitude of 3978 meters, Rohtang Pass is one not to be missed destination
- Admire vintage architecture that dates back to Colonial times in Shimla
- Explore picturesque beauty of Shimla's hills