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Mashobra Holidays with Shimla – Lush Green Region of Himachal Pradesh

 

SHIMLA DEALS

Option 01: 04N/05D Shimla Tour Package with Narkanda Hatu Peak Trek Ex Chandigarh @ INR 12,650/- per person. t&c apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Sightseeing + Trekking Guide + Breakfast and Dinner + Private Vehicle

 

Option 02:  05N/06D Shimla Naldehra Mashobra Tour Package with Radisson Blue at Mashobra Ex Delhi @ INR 17,250/- per person. t&c apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner + 01 night stay in Radisson Blue Mashobra + Meeting room and banquet hall + Sansha Spa

 

Option 03: 04N/05D Mashobra Camping Holidays with Tattapani Ex Chandigarh @ INR 18,900/- per person. t&c apply

Package Inclusion: Sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Mashobra Green Camp + Morning & evening tea with cookies + Activities: Rappelling, Jummaring, Flying fox, Treasure hunt, Burma bridge, traversing, Commando bridge, Valley crossing, Jungle trek, Rope balancing, Rock climbing + All Meals

 

Option 04: 05N/06D Shimla Mashobra Holiday Trip with Chail Fagu Ex Delhi @ INR 15,000/- per person. t&c apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner

 

Option 05: 08N/09D Shimla Manali Tour Package with Spiti Valley and Kaza Ex Chandigarh @ INR 27,000/- per person. t&c apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner

 

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla: Overview

Mashobra is a beautiful village that lies on the road leading from Shimla to Naldera. It is notable for housing one of the two Presidential retreats in India.  The hilly flora and fauna adds to the exotic beauty of the place. We Designed Mashobra package with Shimla to cover all the enchanting view of the snow cracked mountain ranges with ridges and gorges is stunning. In this Package we cover Shimla, Kufri and Mashobra and arrange Radisson Hotel to stay in Mashobra. Holidaytravel.co gives you best accommodation with excellent views and with best hospitality in trip.

 

How to Reach Shimla By Flight: The nearest airport to Shimla is situated at Jubbarhatti, 22 kms from Shimla has regular flights from Delhi but due to bad weather conditions, flights may be irregular. Alternatively better option is to reach Chandigarh Airport at a distance of 120 Kms away, from chandigarh , you can board Holiday Travel Taxi to reach Shimla in approx 2.5-3 hours.  By Toy Train from Kalka: From Kalka, the Narrow-Gauge Kalka-Shimla Unesco - Heritage Toy Train connects to Shimla. The total distance covered is 96 kms from Kalka to Shimla with 107 Tunnels & 864 Bridges. The Shimla toy train starts Journey at 656 meters (2,152 ft) above sea level in Kalka and reaches Shimla at an altitude of 2,076 meters. The route offers a panoramic feast of the picturesque Himalayas from the Shivalik foot hills at Kalka to several important points such as Dharampur, Solan, Kandaghat, Taradevi, Barog, Salogra,  Summerhill and Shimla. The Railway has 919 curves, the sharpest being 48 degrees. The journey takes about five-and-a-half hours to reach Shimla.  By Train: Indian Railways connects up-to Kalka ( about 100kms from shimla) By broad-gauge line. The Kalka station is connected to most major cities in India, including Delhi and Calcutta.    Best time to visit Shimla Best time to visit Shimla in March to June: This is a popular tourist season in Shimla as the weather is quite pleasant and perfect for outdoor activities. The temperature is comfortable and usually varies between 15°C and 30°C. If you are into adventure sports then this is the ideal time to try paragliding, trekking, camping and rafting   Places to visit in Shimla Shimla Ridge: the town spills downwards, with winding roads linking up settlements and stone steps connecting each layer. The Cart Road encircles the base of the main settlement, and is the highest motorable road of Shimla. The Mall is open only to pedestrians. There is a lift run by the Himachal Tourist Department that connects the railway stations and Cart Road to the Mall.  The Mall Shimla: The Mall Shimla is the main attraction in Shimla, lined with shops selling woollen garments and shawls, handicrafts, departmental stores, eateries and old colonial timber houses. There is a palpable change of character from the times when the Mall was strictly out of bounds for all natives except royalty, to the Indian crowds that walk down it today.  Christ Church: At the eastern edge of the Ridge is the famous Christ Church, which was consecrated in 1857. It is a prominent yellow painted building with a Victorian-Gothic spire. In the church some of the finest stained glass windows in India depict faith, hope, charity, fortitude, patience, and humility.  Tudor Library: Nearby to the church is the mock- Tudor Library, which was built in 1910.  Scandal Point: On the other extreme of the Ridge is the Scandal Point. A statue of the Lala Lajpat Rai dominates the place and groups of local people gather here in the afternoon for some casual chit-a-chat. The temple of Kali Bari is nearby to the Scandal Point enshrines the idol of Shyamla Devi, the presiding deity of Shimla. Town Hall reminds of the colonial past of Shimla, the timber lined General Post Office and the old Gaiety Theatre remind of teh Britishb Era. This popular hall was home to the Shimla Amateur Dramatic Society, complete with a gentlemen’s club where the discussion veered around the noble pursuit of cricket and horse racing.  St. Michael’s Cathedral/ Shimla church: The other important church, St. Michael’s Cathedral, which is built like a cruciform, is just off the Mall. Vice Regal Lodge, now known as the Rashtrapati Niwas (President’s House) is the most impressive colonial edifice of Shimla, located on the top of Observatory Hill, this Elizabethan mansion was built in 1888 for Lord Dufferin. It now houses the Institute of Advanced Studies, and is open only in some parts to the public.  The Glen: A thickly wooded area 4 kms to the northwest past the Cecil Hotel, Chadwick Falls, at 1,586 metres where the river drops 67 metres and is best visited during the monsoons.  The Sankat Mochan Temple: About 7 kms on the Shimla-Kalka road and the Himalayan Aviary close to the Viceregal Lodge, with a selection of birds like the monal, pheasant, pea fowls and peacocks. The Summer Hill is in suburbs of Shimla and is located about 5 kms away the town and a stop on the Kalka-Shimla rail line, has quiet walks through wooded surroundings. The Himachal Pradesh University is also located here.  The Summer Hill: The Summer Hill is in suburbs of Shimla and is located about 5 kms away the town and a stop on the Kalka-Shimla rail line, has quiet walks through wooded surroundings. The Himachal Pradesh University is also located here.  Good Restaurants in Shimla Shimla is so much more than the bustling, snow-capped capital of Himachal Pradesh. Along with scenic views of the beautiful mountain tiers, this picturesque city offers a melting pot of mouthwatering cuisines.  It is the most frequented place that has not only good restaurants but also small coffee joints like Café Coffee Day and Barista. Devicos is a multi-cuisine restaurant, serving north Indian, south Indian, Chinese and Continental.    People/Lifestyle of Shimla The people of Shimla are among the warmest and friendliest people of India. They believe in simple living and are content with whatever they have got in life. The locals here are known as the Pahari Peoples. However in modern times, the people living in Shimla are known as Shimlaites. The Shimlaites make their living through agriculture and livestock. The women here wear Salwar, Kameez, Kurta or the long knee length gown known as Juan Chadiyan which reflects their culture.   Adventure & Trekking in Beautiful Shimla There are very few places in the world  as richly endowed as Himachal Pradesh with its geographical diversity. Shimla is situated in the Shivalik range of Himalayas with combination of low lying hills to gigantic mountains. Shimla district is full of thickly populated pine trees and small rivulets, rivers in deep gorges and placid mountains lakes, mountain sides draped in snow, and green alpine meadows, all form a part of this immense spectrum. And the possibilities for a wide range of adventure activities are enormous. There are day-hikes by the thousand, and trek routes follow trails that last couple of days or can even extend over few weeks. These vary from gentle walks over easy terrain, to grueling expeditions. There is skiing, heliskiing and ice-skating. There is the thrill of paragliding and the test of stamina with mountain-cycling. You can go camping and fishing and play golf or take a safari by car, jeep or on motorcycle. All you have to do is make up your mind and select your own activity. No special training is required for most things, age is no consideration and all you need is reasonable level of fitness. Equipment, training and instructors are available. And then, all this comes at a fraction of what it would cost elsewhere in the world.    Golf in Beautiful Shimla At Naldera, 23 km. from beyond Shimla is one of the oldest golf courses in India. The course, whose topography is absolutely natural, was originally placed by the British Viceroy of India, Golf Lord Curzon, at the turn of the century. He was so enchanted by the spot that he named one of his daughters 'Naldera' after the spot. This is a par 68, nine hole course which is regarded as one of the most challenging in the country. In the repeat nine, the yardage some - what increases. The links are maintained by Himachal Tourism and accommodation is available at Hotel Golf Glade. There are private hotels near Naldera.    Ice Skating - The world's Largest Natural Frozen Ice Rink The Shimla ice-skating rink has the largest open-air area with naturally frozen ice in this part of the world. The Ice Skating Club has already celebrated its Diamond Jubilee. Ice-skating normally begins in early December and carries on to February. Clear skies and low Ice Skating, Shimla temperatures provide series of uninterrupted sessions. There are two sessions every day, in the morning and in the evening depending upon the frozen ice on the ground. The hanging balloon on the Municipal Building adjacent to scandal point works as signal, whether the skating is going to held on that day or not. Membership is available for the season as well as for shorter terms and even for single sessions. Skates are available at the rink. Fancy dress carnivals, 'gymkhanas' ice-hockey and dances enliven every season.   Hotel Radisson Shimla Radisson Hotel in Shimla is a boutique hotel that invites its you into a unique world of comfort and leisure. The serene and tranquil atmosphere in conjunction with the gratifying hospitality is sure to linger in the hearts of you.  Sitting at the foot of the north-west Himalayas, Radisson Hotel enjoys beautiful views of the surrounding cedar forests and mountains. Offering free WiFi, it also has a seasonal outdoor pool, pampering spa treatments and a gym.  A personal safe and tea/coffee making facilities are included. Bathrooms have shower facilities. Radisson Hotel is less than 200 m from Jakhu Temple and The Mall. It is 1.3 km from Himachal State Museum. Shimla Airport is 26 km away. Free parking is available. Day trips and car rentals can be arranged at the tour desk. The hotel also provides a business centre and laundry services. The front desk operates 24 hours.  FACILITIES Free high-speed Internet access Fruit basket upon arrival Car rental service Foreign currency exchange Pool table Travel desk

 

What is Unique in Mashobra Holidays with Shimla and why?

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla is a unique combination of two beautiful natural paradise of Himachal Pradesh. In this package we take you towards all admits beauty of Shimla and offer chance to indulge in snow activities in Kufri as well as grab the opportunity by visit Mashobra which is said to be finest village of Himachal Pradesh.  

We Provide 02 Night stay in 5 Star Luxury Radisson hotel in Mashobra which is situated in the main market. Radisson Jass Shimla offers scenic vistas that are sure to inspire. Stay two kilometres from popular area attractions like the Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex, Jakhu Temple and Christ Church

Hotel provides great facilities and inside you will find Cafe Valley to enjoy international cuisine

 

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla: Highlights

  • Excellent view of Mountain Ranges: The Ridge

  • Perfect place for shop Himachal Shawls: The Mall Shimla

  • Prominent historic place in Shimla: Christ Church

  • Famous idol of Shyamla Devi in Scandal Point

  • Dedicated temple of Goddess Kali: Kalibari Temple



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Mashobra Holidays with Shimla: Inclusion

  • 05 Nights stay on twin sharing basis

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • 03 Nights stay in Shimla with Sightseeing

  • 02 Nights stay in Mashobra with sightseeing

  • Private Ac vehicle for 06 Days

  • Parking, Toll tax and driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

 

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla: Exclusion

  • Any airfare, busfare and railway fare

  • Lunch

  • Personal Expense

  • Any activities charges


Mashobra Holidays with Shimla – Lush Green Region of Himachal Pradesh - Itinerary

Arrive at Delhi airport or railway station and proceed towards Shimla. It is known as the 'Queen of Hill Stations', the destination is spread over an area of 18 sq km. Enroute you may stop for lunch at any good Restaurants/ Dhaba, after that continue your journey towards Shimla. Upon arrival check in to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Shimla Hotel

Meals: Dinner

After breakfast start your holiday tour by visit several possible sightseeing which includes Mall road, Ridge, Scandal Point.

Mall Road: The Mall Shimla is the main attraction in Shimla, lined with shops selling woolen garments and shawls, handicrafts, departmental stores, eateries and old colonial timber houses. There is a palpable change of character from the times when the l was strictly out of bounds for all natives except royalty, to the Indian crowds that walk down it today.

 

Ridge: The town spills downwards, with winding roads linking up settlements and stone steps connecting each layer. The Cart Road encircles the base of the main settlement, and is the highest motorable road of Shimla. The Mall is open only to pedestrians. There is a lift run by the Himachal Tourist Department that connects the railway stations and Cart Road to the Mall.

 

Scandal Point: On the other extreme of the Ridge is the Scandal Point. A statue of the Lala Lajpat Rai dominates the place and groups of local people gather here in the afternoon for some casual chit-a-chat. The temple of Kali Bari is nearby to the Scandal Point enshrines the idol of Shyamla Devi, the presiding deity of Shimla.

 

After sightseeing you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant, later you will be taken towards Shimla Church, Jakhoo Temple, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies.

 

Christ Church: At the eastern edge of the Ridge is the famous Christ Church, which was consecrated in 1857. It is a prominent yellow painted building with a Victorian-Gothic spire. In the church some of the finest stained glass windows in India depict faith, hope, charity, fortitude, patience, and humility

 

Jakhu Hanumna Temple:  This temple of Lord Hanuman, the most faithful aide to Lord Rama is located in the thick forests of Jakhu hills. The devotees need to cover a steep hill trek of around 2 kms to reach the temple which is 2.5 km from the Ridge and offers beautiful views of the Shivalik Mountains and the nearby town of Sanjauli. It is the highest peak in Shimla and gives shelter to countless playful monkeys which can be found waiting to be fed by visitors

 

Indian Institute of Advanced Studies: The Indian Institute of Advanced Study is housed in the famous Viceregal Lodge situated on top of the Observatory Hill. Viceregal Lodge is also called Rashtrapati Niwas. The building was constructed between 1880 and 1888 during British reign. The year 1965 saw the establishment of Indian Institute of Advanced Study here by Dr. Radhakrishnan.

 

By the evening you may time to visit nearest market for shopping and buy some unique ornaments from shimla, later return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Shimla hotel

 

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast start your day by visit Kufri and involve in the famous sightseeing of Kufri. Upon arrival you will be takes towards The Himalayan Nature Park, Fagu, Kufri Fun World, Mahasu Peak and Skiing in Kufri.

The Himalayan Nature Park: The Himalayan National Park is one of the most renowned tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh. It swanks 180 species of birds and uncommon mammals and hence this national park is a huge bio-diversity and eco tourism hub. Tourists can look forward to witness musk deer and the indefinable snow leopards.

 

Fagu: Fagu is located amidst two valleys and encircled with apple orchards. It is a skiing point during winters and an ideal picnic spot in the summers. It is just 6 kms away from Kufri and has beautiful tourist bungalows at the peak. Fagu is ideal for skiing in the winter months, and makes a great spot for a picnic during the summer. Just six km ahead of Kufri, this little village overlooks the Giri valley and has a tourist bungalow perched right at the top

 

After sightseeing come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Shimla Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Mashobra which is a town 12 km away from Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. It is dominated by mist bathed hills, trees of pine, oak, cedar and deodar, apple orchards, and a picturesque stream gushing through the valley, it permit visitors to connect with their rich, fresh surroundings and unwind.

 

Upon arrival visit Mahasu Devta Temple, Carignano and Reserve Forest Sanctuary

 

Mahasu Devta Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva who is locally known as Mahasu Devta, the temple is a popular shrine in the area. Locals of Mashobra and tourists obtain immense pleasure in the rural aura of the Mahasu Devta Temple. Mahasu Jatra is the main festival celebrated in the temple on the third Tuesday in the month of May. Folk songs, dance, Natti (tribal dance), goat sacrifice and archery competition are the rituals performed and enjoyed during this festivity.

 

Reserve Forest Sanctuary: Reserve Forest Sanctuary is covered with plantations of oak, cedar and pine. Blessed with huge varieties of flora and fauna, the sanctuary is one of the largest watersheds of Asia. It is surrounded by the Indus River and a home of various flora, fauna and avifauna. This Sanctuary is completely enveloped with plantations of cedar, oak and pine and is bounded by the Indus River. It is blessed with rich and varied flora and fauna.

 

After that you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant, later you will return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Mashobra Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Today you will be free at your leisure. Enjoy your day in Radisson Hotel Shimla experience multi-tiered outdoor pool, Sansha Spa. Lunch served at same hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Radisson hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed towards Delhi. Upon arrival you will drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory

Meals: Breakfast



How to Reach Shimla

By Flight: The nearest airport to Shimla is situated at Jubbarhatti, 22 kms from Shimla has regular flights from Delhi but due to bad weather conditions, flights may be irregular. Alternatively better option is to reach Chandigarh Airport at a distance of 120 Kms away, from chandigarh , you can board Holiday Travel Taxi to reach Shimla in approx 2.5-3 hours.

 

By Toy Train from Kalka: From Kalka, the Narrow-Gauge Kalka-Shimla Unesco - Heritage Toy Train connects to Shimla. The total distance covered is 96 kms from Kalka to Shimla with 107 Tunnels & 864 Bridges. The Shimla toy train starts Journey at 656 meters (2,152 ft) above sea level in Kalka and reaches Shimla at an altitude of 2,076 meters.

The route offers a panoramic feast of the picturesque Himalayas from the Shivalik foot hills at Kalka to several important points such as Dharampur, Solan, Kandaghat, Taradevi, Barog, Salogra,  Summerhill and Shimla. The Railway has 919 curves, the sharpest being 48 degrees. The journey takes about five-and-a-half hours to reach Shimla.

 

By Train: Indian Railways connects up-to Kalka ( about 100kms from shimla) By broad-gauge line. The Kalka station is connected to most major cities in India, including Delhi and Calcutta.

 

Best time to visit Shimla

Best time to visit Shimla in March to June: This is a popular tourist season in Shimla as the weather is quite pleasant and perfect for outdoor activities. The temperature is comfortable and usually varies between 15°C and 30°C. If you are into adventure sports then this is the ideal time to try paragliding, trekking, camping and rafting

 

 

Places to visit in Shimla

Shimla Ridge: the town spills downwards, with winding roads linking up settlements and stone steps connecting each layer. The Cart Road encircles the base of the main settlement, and is the highest motorable road of Shimla. The Mall is open only to pedestrians. There is a lift run by the Himachal Tourist Department that connects the railway stations and Cart Road to the Mall.

 

The Mall Shimla: The Mall Shimla is the main attraction in Shimla, lined with shops selling woollen garments and shawls, handicrafts, departmental stores, eateries and old colonial timber houses. There is a palpable change of character from the times when the Mall was strictly out of bounds for all natives except royalty, to the Indian crowds that walk down it today.

 

Christ Church: At the eastern edge of the Ridge is the famous Christ Church, which was consecrated in 1857. It is a prominent yellow painted building with a Victorian-Gothic spire. In the church some of the finest stained glass windows in India depict faith, hope, charity, fortitude, patience, and humility.

 

Tudor Library: Nearby to the church is the mock- Tudor Library, which was built in 1910.

 

Scandal Point: On the other extreme of the Ridge is the Scandal Point. A statue of the Lala Lajpat Rai dominates the place and groups of local people gather here in the afternoon for some casual chit-a-chat. The temple of Kali Bari is nearby to the Scandal Point enshrines the idol of Shyamla Devi, the presiding deity of Shimla. Town Hall reminds of the colonial past of Shimla, the timber lined General Post Office and the old Gaiety Theatre remind of teh Britishb Era. This popular hall was home to the Shimla Amateur Dramatic Society, complete with a gentlemen’s club where the discussion veered around the noble pursuit of cricket and horse racing.

 

St. Michael’s Cathedral/ Shimla church: The other important church, St. Michael’s Cathedral, which is built like a cruciform, is just off the Mall. Vice Regal Lodge, now known as the Rashtrapati Niwas (President’s House) is the most impressive colonial edifice of Shimla, located on the top of Observatory Hill, this Elizabethan mansion was built in 1888 for Lord Dufferin. It now houses the Institute of Advanced Studies, and is open only in some parts to the public.

 

The Glen: A thickly wooded area 4 kms to the northwest past the Cecil Hotel, Chadwick Falls, at 1,586 metres where the river drops 67 metres and is best visited during the monsoons.

 

The Sankat Mochan Temple: About 7 kms on the Shimla-Kalka road and the Himalayan Aviary close to the Viceregal Lodge, with a selection of birds like the monal, pheasant, pea fowls and peacocks. The Summer Hill is in suburbs of Shimla and is located about 5 kms away the town and a stop on the Kalka-Shimla rail line, has quiet walks through wooded surroundings. The Himachal Pradesh University is also located here.

 

The Summer Hill: The Summer Hill is in suburbs of Shimla and is located about 5 kms away the town and a stop on the Kalka-Shimla rail line, has quiet walks through wooded surroundings. The Himachal Pradesh University is also located here.

 

Hotel Radisson Shimla

Radisson Hotel in Shimla is a boutique hotel that invites its you into a unique world of comfort and leisure. The serene and tranquil atmosphere in conjunction with the gratifying hospitality is sure to linger in the hearts of you.  Sitting at the foot of the north-west Himalayas, Radisson Hotel enjoys beautiful views of the surrounding cedar forests and mountains. Offering free WiFi, it also has a seasonal outdoor pool, pampering spa treatments and a gym.

A personal safe and tea/coffee making facilities are included. Bathrooms have shower facilities.

Radisson Hotel is less than 200 m from Jakhu Temple and The Mall. It is 1.3 km from Himachal State Museum. Shimla Airport is 26 km away. Free parking is available.

Day trips and car rentals can be arranged at the tour desk. The hotel also provides a business centre and laundry services. The front desk operates 24 hours.

 

FACILITIES

  • Free high-speed Internet access

  • Fruit basket upon arrival

  • Car rental service

  • Foreign currency exchange

  • Pool table

  • Travel desk

 

Hotel Radisson Shimla  Radisson Hotel in Shimla is a boutique hotel that invites its you into a unique world of comfort and leisure. The serene and tranquil atmosphere in conjunction with the gratifying hospitality is sure to linger in the hearts of you.  Sitting at the foot of the north-west Himalayas, Radisson Hotel enjoys beautiful views of the surrounding cedar forests and mountains. Offering free WiFi, it also has a seasonal outdoor pool, pampering spa treatments and a gym.  A personal safe and tea/coffee making facilities are included. Bathrooms have shower facilities.  Radisson Hotel is less than 200 m from Jakhu Temple and The Mall. It is 1.3 km from Himachal State Museum. Shimla Airport is 26 km away. Free parking is available.  Day trips and car rentals can be arranged at the tour desk. The hotel also provides a business centre and laundry services. The front desk operates 24 hours.    FACILITIES  Free high-speed Internet access  Fruit basket upon arrival  Car rental service  Foreign currency exchange  Pool table  Travel desk

 

Good Restaurants in Shimla

Shimla is so much more than the bustling, snow-capped capital of Himachal Pradesh. Along with scenic views of the beautiful mountain tiers, this picturesque city offers a melting pot of mouthwatering cuisines.  It is the most frequented place that has not only good restaurants but also small coffee joints like Café Coffee Day and Barista. Devicos is a multi-cuisine restaurant, serving north Indian, south Indian, Chinese and Continental.

 

People/Lifestyle of Shimla

The people of Shimla are among the warmest and friendliest people of India. They believe in simple living and are content with whatever they have got in life. The locals here are known as the Pahari Peoples. However in modern times, the people living in Shimla are known as Shimlaites. The Shimlaites make their living through agriculture and livestock. The women here wear Salwar, Kameez, Kurta or the long knee length gown known as Juan Chadiyan which reflects their culture.

 

 

Adventure & Trekking in Beautiful Shimla

There are very few places in the world  as richly endowed as Himachal Pradesh with its geographical diversity. Shimla is situated in the Shivalik range of Himalayas with combination of low lying hills to gigantic mountains. Shimla district is full of thickly populated pine trees and small rivulets, rivers in deep gorges and placid mountains lakes, mountain sides draped in snow, and green alpine meadows, all form a part of this immense spectrum. And the possibilities for a wide range of adventure activities are enormous. There are day-hikes by the thousand, and trek routes follow trails that last couple of days or can even extend over few weeks. These vary from gentle walks over easy terrain, to grueling expeditions. There is skiing, heliskiing and ice-skating. There is the thrill of paragliding and the test of stamina with mountain-cycling. You can go camping and fishing and play golf or take a safari by car, jeep or on motorcycle. All you have to do is make up your mind and select your own activity. No special training is required for most things, age is no consideration and all you need is reasonable level of fitness. Equipment, training and instructors are available. And then, all this comes at a fraction of what it would cost elsewhere in the world.

 

Golf in Beautiful Shimla

At Naldera, 23 km. from beyond Shimla is one of the oldest golf courses in India. The course, whose topography is absolutely natural, was originally placed by the British Viceroy of India, Golf Lord Curzon, at the turn of the century. He was so enchanted by the spot that he named one of his daughters 'Naldera' after the spot. This is a par 68, nine hole course which is regarded as one of the most challenging in the country. In the repeat nine, the yardage some - what increases. The links are maintained by Himachal Tourism and accommodation is available at Hotel Golf Glade. There are private hotels near Naldera.

 

Ice Skating - The world's Largest Natural Frozen Ice Rink

The Shimla ice-skating rink has the largest open-air area with naturally frozen ice in this part of the world. The Ice Skating Club has already celebrated its Diamond Jubilee.

Ice-skating normally begins in early December and carries on to February. Clear skies and low Ice Skating, Shimla temperatures provide series of uninterrupted sessions. There are two sessions every day, in the morning and in the evening depending upon the frozen ice on the ground. The hanging balloon on the Municipal Building adjacent to scandal point works as signal, whether the skating is going to held on that day or not. Membership is available for the season as well as for shorter terms and even for single sessions. Skates are available at the rink. Fancy dress carnivals, 'gymkhanas' ice-hockey and dances enliven every season.

FOR BEST DEAL CONTACT US @ +91-9418093019

 

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla: Inclusion

  • 05 Nights stay on twin sharing basis

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • 03 Nights stay in Shimla with Sightseeing

  • 02 Nights stay in Mashobra with sightseeing

  • Private Ac vehicle for 06 Days

  • Parking, Toll tax and driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

 

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla: Exclusion

  • Any airfare, busfare and railway fare

  • Lunch

  • Personal Expense

  • Any activities charges

Mashobra Holidays with Shimla – Lush Green Region of Himachal Pradesh - Itinerary

Arrive at Delhi airport or railway station and proceed towards Shimla. It is known as the 'Queen of Hill Stations', the destination is spread over an area of 18 sq km. Enroute you may stop for lunch at any good Restaurants/ Dhaba, after that continue your journey towards Shimla. Upon arrival check in to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Shimla Hotel

Meals: Dinner

After breakfast start your holiday tour by visit several possible sightseeing which includes Mall road, Ridge, Scandal Point.

Mall Road: The Mall Shimla is the main attraction in Shimla, lined with shops selling woolen garments and shawls, handicrafts, departmental stores, eateries and old colonial timber houses. There is a palpable change of character from the times when the l was strictly out of bounds for all natives except royalty, to the Indian crowds that walk down it today.

 

Ridge: The town spills downwards, with winding roads linking up settlements and stone steps connecting each layer. The Cart Road encircles the base of the main settlement, and is the highest motorable road of Shimla. The Mall is open only to pedestrians. There is a lift run by the Himachal Tourist Department that connects the railway stations and Cart Road to the Mall.

 

Scandal Point: On the other extreme of the Ridge is the Scandal Point. A statue of the Lala Lajpat Rai dominates the place and groups of local people gather here in the afternoon for some casual chit-a-chat. The temple of Kali Bari is nearby to the Scandal Point enshrines the idol of Shyamla Devi, the presiding deity of Shimla.

 

After sightseeing you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant, later you will be taken towards Shimla Church, Jakhoo Temple, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies.

 

Christ Church: At the eastern edge of the Ridge is the famous Christ Church, which was consecrated in 1857. It is a prominent yellow painted building with a Victorian-Gothic spire. In the church some of the finest stained glass windows in India depict faith, hope, charity, fortitude, patience, and humility

 

Jakhu Hanumna Temple:  This temple of Lord Hanuman, the most faithful aide to Lord Rama is located in the thick forests of Jakhu hills. The devotees need to cover a steep hill trek of around 2 kms to reach the temple which is 2.5 km from the Ridge and offers beautiful views of the Shivalik Mountains and the nearby town of Sanjauli. It is the highest peak in Shimla and gives shelter to countless playful monkeys which can be found waiting to be fed by visitors

 

Indian Institute of Advanced Studies: The Indian Institute of Advanced Study is housed in the famous Viceregal Lodge situated on top of the Observatory Hill. Viceregal Lodge is also called Rashtrapati Niwas. The building was constructed between 1880 and 1888 during British reign. The year 1965 saw the establishment of Indian Institute of Advanced Study here by Dr. Radhakrishnan.

 

By the evening you may time to visit nearest market for shopping and buy some unique ornaments from shimla, later return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Shimla hotel

 

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast start your day by visit Kufri and involve in the famous sightseeing of Kufri. Upon arrival you will be takes towards The Himalayan Nature Park, Fagu, Kufri Fun World, Mahasu Peak and Skiing in Kufri.

The Himalayan Nature Park: The Himalayan National Park is one of the most renowned tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh. It swanks 180 species of birds and uncommon mammals and hence this national park is a huge bio-diversity and eco tourism hub. Tourists can look forward to witness musk deer and the indefinable snow leopards.

 

Fagu: Fagu is located amidst two valleys and encircled with apple orchards. It is a skiing point during winters and an ideal picnic spot in the summers. It is just 6 kms away from Kufri and has beautiful tourist bungalows at the peak. Fagu is ideal for skiing in the winter months, and makes a great spot for a picnic during the summer. Just six km ahead of Kufri, this little village overlooks the Giri valley and has a tourist bungalow perched right at the top

 

After sightseeing come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Shimla Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed towards Mashobra which is a town 12 km away from Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. It is dominated by mist bathed hills, trees of pine, oak, cedar and deodar, apple orchards, and a picturesque stream gushing through the valley, it permit visitors to connect with their rich, fresh surroundings and unwind.

 

Upon arrival visit Mahasu Devta Temple, Carignano and Reserve Forest Sanctuary

 

Mahasu Devta Temple: Dedicated to Lord Shiva who is locally known as Mahasu Devta, the temple is a popular shrine in the area. Locals of Mashobra and tourists obtain immense pleasure in the rural aura of the Mahasu Devta Temple. Mahasu Jatra is the main festival celebrated in the temple on the third Tuesday in the month of May. Folk songs, dance, Natti (tribal dance), goat sacrifice and archery competition are the rituals performed and enjoyed during this festivity.

 

Reserve Forest Sanctuary: Reserve Forest Sanctuary is covered with plantations of oak, cedar and pine. Blessed with huge varieties of flora and fauna, the sanctuary is one of the largest watersheds of Asia. It is surrounded by the Indus River and a home of various flora, fauna and avifauna. This Sanctuary is completely enveloped with plantations of cedar, oak and pine and is bounded by the Indus River. It is blessed with rich and varied flora and fauna.

 

After that you may have lunch at any nearest restaurant, later you will return back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Mashobra Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Today you will be free at your leisure. Enjoy your day in Radisson Hotel Shimla experience multi-tiered outdoor pool, Sansha Spa. Lunch served at same hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Radisson hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed towards Delhi. Upon arrival you will drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory

Meals: Breakfast

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