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Himachal Holiday Tour Package  - Coldest part of Incredible India – Favorable salient hills station of Himachal Pradesh

 

Himachal Holiday Tour Package: Overview

Himachal Pradesh literally means ‘the land in the lap of Himalayas’. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city life and your hectic schedule. Surrender yourself to the tranquil and chilly weather of Himachal Pradesh. Be footloose with the Himalayas and enjoy a communion with nature by opting for a holiday tour to Himachal Pradesh.

Our Himachal holiday tour package includes a tour to the most favourable hills stations like Dalhousie, Dharamshala, Manali, Shimla, Kufri, etc. These hill stations are pristine and are endowed with natural beauty.

Our detailed itinerary is such that provides you with all thrilling experiences and enjoyment throughout this holiday trip in Himachal Pradesh. You get to see the most popular tourist attractions in Himachal Pradesh. Besides sightseeing experiences, this holiday package for Himachal Pradesh provides you with a chance to indulge in adventure activities like paragliding, horse riding, skiing, Yak ride, etc. The local bazaars and delicious Himalayan cuisines awaits you on this tour package for Himachal Pradesh. Moreover, you can explore waterfalls and sanctuaries and spot rare migratory birds.

 

We at Holiday Travel offer the most affordable yet luxurious Himachal Pradesh tour packages and also customise the tour options as per your requirements. Get in touch with our travel experts today to make your holiday delightful with all best facilities.

 

Suitable For: Honeymooners, Nature lovers, Solo Travellers, Families, Group of friends, Mountaineers, Biker enthusiasts, Adventure Junkies and Photographers.

HIMACHAL DEALS

Option 01: 04N/05D Dalhousie Dharamshala Tour Package Ex Amritsar @ INR 12,250/-per person. t&c apply

Package InclusionAccommodation + sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner

Hotels Included: 2*Sky Heaven Resort (Dharamshala), 2* Hotel Sunny View (Dalhousie)


Option 02: 06N/07D Shimla Manali Dharamshala Tour Package Ex Delhi @ INR 18,600/- per person. t&c apply

Package InclusionAccommodation + sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner

Hotels Included: 2*Hotel Hari Palace (Shimla), 2* Hotel Mountain Inn (Manali), 2 * The Sojourn (Dharamshala)


Option 03: 07N/08D Shimla Manali Dharamshala Dalhousie tour Package Ex Delhi @ INR 21,500/-per person. t&c apply

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

Hotels Included: 2* Hotel Blossom (Shimla), 2*Hotel Mountain Inn (Manali), 2* Rosewood Inn (Dharamshala)

 

Option 04: 05N/06D Shimla Manali Tour Package with Snow Point Rohtang Pass Ex Delhi @ INR 17,500/-per person. t&c apply

Package InclusionAccommodation + sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner

Hotels Included: 2*Hotel Blossom (Shimla), 2*Mahin Cottage (Manali)

 

Option 05: 06N/07D Manali Dharamshala Dalhousie Package with Volvo Bus Ex Chandigarh @ INR 20,400/- per person. T&c apply
 

Package InclusionAccommodation + sightseeing + Private Vehicle + Breakfast and Dinner

Hotels Included: 2* Hotel Mountain Inn (Manali), 2*Hotel City Gold (Dharamshala), 2*Hotel Sunny View (Dalhousie)

 

What is Unique in Himachal Holiday Tour Package and why?

If we talk about the uniqueness of Himachal Holiday Tour Package in which we included most of the favorable hills stations and provide you all experience and enjoyment through this tour. Provide chance to indulge in the land of snows, participating in adventure activities, enjoy the world of snow awaits you at Rohtang Pass where you actually get to live the Junglee ‘Yahoo’ moment.  Enjoy Paragliding at Dalhousie, Horse ride, Yak ride, skiing, explore waterfalls and sanctuaries throughout the tour. We stand for you to make your holiday delightful with all best facilities.

 

Himachal Holiday Tour Package: Highlights

  • Explore thick deodar forest and lofty birch trees of Himachal

  • Visit to the most beautiful stream of Dharamshala: Bhagsu Waterfall

  • Exploring the ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimba Devi in Manali

  • Beholding beautiful view of the hills from Dainkund

  • Witnessing one of the most beautiful short treks in Himachal Pradesh: Beas Kund

  • Visiting the famous snow point of Manali: Solang Valley

  • Praying at one of the ancient churches in Dharamshala: St. John church

  • Drop in on one of the famous retreats among the visitors: Khajjiar



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Package Inclusion:

  • Comfortable Stay for 11 Nights at mentioned hotels

  • Stay is on twin sharing basis in the Preferred Hotel Category

  • 02 Nights stay with sightseeing at Dharamshala hotel

  • 03 Nights stay with sightseeing at Dalhousie Hotel

  • 03 Night stay with sightseeing at Manali Hotel

  • 03 Night stay with sightseeing at Shimla Hotel

  • Assistance on Arrival & Departure

  • Exclusive private vehicle for 12 days

  • Transport cost may vary depending upon the no. of persons

  • Parking, Toll tax and driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

 

Package Exclusion:

  • Personal expenses like shopping, laundry, telephone, tips, etc.

  • Airfare, bus or railway fare

  • Lunch and evening snacks

  • Charges for entertainment and adventure activities

  • Entry tickets for sightseeing

  • Camera tickets

  • GST as applicable


Himachal Holiday Tour Package - Coldest part of Incredible India – Favorable salient hills station of Himachal Pradesh - Itinerary

Welcome to the land of natural beauty, snow-capped mountains and deep valleys.

On arrival at Delhi airport or railway station, you will drive and proceed towards Dharamshala.

It is one of the most captivating hill station set in the upper hilly terrains of Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh.

 

Upon arrival, check in at the hotel and the rest of the evening will be at your will to explore.

 

We recommend you to visit the St. John’s church. This magnificent church lies in a dense jungle and is dedicated to Lord Elgin, one of the viceroys of India. The structure is so powerful that it subsisted the 1905 Kangra earthquake, which destroyed most buildings in Kangra, Dharamshala and Mcleodganj and killed close to 19,800 people.

 

Return back to the hotel for a delicious meal and spend the night at the hotel in Dharamshala.

 

Suggested Accommodation:

  • Budget: Hotel Country Lodge, Hotel Centre Point
  • Luxury: Hotel Pong View, Hotel In clover and Welcome Heritage Grace Hotel

Suggested Restaurants: Illiterati, Moon Peak Espresso, Seed Café, Tibetan Mandala Cafe

After breakfast, start your day by visiting the famous places in Dharamshala which includes Mcleodganj, Tibetan monastery and the Dalai Lama Temple.

Mcleodganj is a scenic hilltop place and is indisputably one of the most popular tourist places in Dharamshala. It is also known as Little Lhasa owing to the large settlement of Tibetans there.

It is the residence of His Holiness, The Dalai Lama.

 

Speaking of which, the next place you visit is the Dalai Lama Temple. The temple complex is kept open from sunrise to sunset for the tourists to explore the peaceful atmosphere of the premises. Enjoy a meditative walk around the monastery complex.

 

Next, see the other famous tourist location in Dharamshala, the Cricket Stadium. It is an internationally renowned stadium that holds a couple of international and Ranji cricket matches on annual basis.

 

Then, visit the Bhagsu Nag temple and Bhagsu Waterfall. The Bhagsu Nag temple is an ancient temple where Lord Shiva had prevailed himself. The waterfalls surround the temple alongside a mountain that features slate graffiti.

By the evening you will return back to hotel and enjoy an overnight stay with dinner at the hotel in Dharamshala.

 

Mcleodganj: The one of the major tourist attraction is Mcleodganj. Mcleodganj is also known as Lasha because of lage population of Tibetean there. You can enjoy natural beauty there.

 

Cricket Stadium: The famous tourist location in Dharamshala is Cricket Stadium. Cricket Stadium (DCS), an internationally renowned stadium, is the home ground of Himachal Pradesh State cricket team. Few international and Ranji cricket matches are held here on annual basis.

 

Dalai Lama Temple: Theone of the holy place in Dharamshala is Dalai Lama Temple. The temple complex is kept open from sunrise to sunset for the visitors to explore the peaceful ambiance of the surroundings. During the morning hours visitors can participate in the prayers as the monks chant and meditate. You can join local residents for a meditative walk around the temple/monastery complex.

 

Bhagsu Waterfall: Bhagsu Falls is a beautiful waterfall, situated in the small village of Bhagsu, behind the Bhagsunath Temple. During monsoon, this waterfalls turns into a 30 ft cascade, alongside a mountain that features slate graffiti.

 

St. John church: The famous place in Dharamshala is st. John Church. . It is an Anglican Church which is dedicated to Saint John. This is one of the ancient churches in Dharamshala.

 

Bhagsu Nag Temple: Bhagsu nag Temple is one of the popular ancient temples.  It is surrounded by the famous Bhagsu Falls and is considered to be a popular place of Hindu pilgrimage. You can enjoy Natural beauty and mental peace there.

After an early morning breakfast, check out from the hotel in Dharamshala and proceed towards Dalhousie.

 

A heaven for honeymooners and a photographer’s paradise, Dalhousie is a very beautiful and quaint hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Relax and distress in the midst of scenic slopes covered by fragrant pines, deodar and oaks.

 

Upon arrival, check in to the hotel in Dalhousie and feel free to explore the places nearby on your own.

 

Stroll on the malls, the three circular roads namely Moti Tibba, Bakrota and Potreyn. These roads make the figure 8 where you can shop and eat street food. The three levels get steeper by the lanes. The level walks around this 8 figure is very famous among tourists. There is a plethora of small shops that will fulfil your list of gift items. 

 

Spend the overnight relaxing at the hotel in Dalhousie after savouring a delicious meal.

 

Suggested Accommodation:

  • Budget: Dalhousie Heights, Hotel Guncha Siddhartha, Hotel Pearl Dalhousie
  • Luxury: JK Clarks Exotica, Hotel Mount View, Alps Resort Dalhousie     

Suggested Restaurants: Forever Café, Kwality Restaurant, Cafe Dalhousie

On the fourth day of your Himachal holiday tour package, explore Dalhousie by visiting several excursions of Dalhousie.

First, visit the Dainkund Peak. It is the highest peak that watches over the beautiful pine laid backdrops of Dalhousie. A Devi Temple is also located on the hill.

 

Then, visit the Gangji Pahari. It is a famous walk in Dalhousie. The literal interpretation of the word is ‘bald hill’ and is called so because there are no trees at the peak of the hill and it looks like a bald patch of land.

Next, visit the Chamera Lake and Panch Pulla. The Chamera Lake is a mystic lake which is originally a reservoir constructed on the river Ravi. Simply laze of with still water sports or sharpen your skill at river rafting in the Chamera Lake. Panch Pulla is a very beautiful waterfall flowing to a point where several streams meet. This place is best known for its marvellous beauty and trekking.

Return back to the hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Dalhousie hotel.

 

Panchpula: Panchpula is almost 3 km. there is a very beautiful monument erected at panchpula where several streams meet at one point. That is Samadhi monument was built in memory of great sardar Ajit Singh.

 

Dainkund: The famous place in Dalhousie is Dainkund. You can enjoy the beautiful view of the hills, with the rivers Ravi, Beas and chenab threading through the distance. A Devi Temple is also situated on the hill.

 

St.John Church: The famous and holy place in Dalhousie is St.John Church.  The architecture of the church is similar to the Roman Catholic's Church of England; the only difference is that the St. John's Church belongs to the Protestants community. The calm and composed chapel is dedicated to St. John. Inside the chapel, there are dramatic glass paintings of St. John

 

Chamera Lake: Chamera Lake is a mystic lake located in the Chamba district in Dalhousie, in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. Located at a distance of 25 km from Dalhousie, the exquisite Chamera Lake is actually a reservoir formed by the Chamera Dam, which is positioned at an altitude of 1700 meters. It is a major source of water supply for the villagers and is continuously fed by the Ravi River.

 

Garam Sadak: Garam Sadak is a very good place, is considered to be one of the best spots for walks in the arms of the nature of Dalhousie. This road is quite popular among the locals and tourists, who walk down the street to gaze at the beauty of Dalhousie. The Garam Sadak has a pleasant and warm temperature that gives a perfect atmosphere to the tourists to walk down the road.

 

Sach Pass: Sach Pass is a mountain pass in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. This nice place work as an intermediate that connects the Chamba valley with the Pangi valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India.

Start your day early with a healthy breakfast and head out to explore the place which is called 'Mini Switzerland' or the 'Switzerland of India'- Khajjiar.

Dense forests, a vast spread of green meadows and vistas of imposing snow-clad Himalayan peaks make Khajjiar a famous destination among tourists. 

Trekking is the most popular way to explore Khajjiar. Zorbing is another popular recreational activity in this area which involves rolling downhill from within a plastic ‘zorb’.

Visit the Khajjiar Kalatop wildlife sanctuary. Home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, countless beautiful birds, leopard, deer, bear, langur, jackal, barking goral and Himalayan black marten can be spotted here.

Lastly, behold the magnanimous 85 ft. statue of Lord Shiva in Khajjiar. It is one of the tallest statues in Himachal Pradesh. This glistening statue is polished in Bronze and is a sight to behold.

 

Return to the hotel in Dalhousie for a much deserved good night’s sleep.

Khajjiar Lake: Khajjiar Lake is situated in Khajjiar, in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated at a height of around 1,920 m above sea level between Dalhousie and Chamba Town. The small water streams of the Himalaya act as a source for the Khajjiar Lake. One can also visit the Khajinag temple which features fine wood carvings and a gold dome. Paragliding here is a must, for it's a unique chance to capture the Himachali terrain from an altogether new height.

 

Khajji Nag Temple: Khajji Nag Temple s a 12th century AD temple dedicated to Naga. the lord of serpents and you will find some snake idols here. It is mainly a wooden structure and has images hanging from the roof of the circumambulatory path. This temple has a perfect blend of Mughal and Hindu styles of architecture as reflected in the wooden carvings on the ceilings and wooden posts. The temple’s chambers are carved out of wood and its architecture exhibits a fusion of Muslim and Hindu style. The age-old practice of goat sacrifice is still practiced at the temple.

 

Kailash View: Kailash View Khajjiar ground glimpses of Mount Kailash are available on a clear day. It is believed that Mount Kailash is the home to Lord Shiva, the main deity of the Himachal region.

 

Khajjiar Villages: Khajjiar is also popular for its beautiful & small Villages like Rota, ladi etc which are situated near the slopes. These small villages are quite popular in this area for Apple Orchards.  These villages are located at slopes nearby. Within the boundaries of the khajjiar area, these villages are quite near to the ground of Khajjiar not far from each other around the tall deodar forests of Khajjiar. Khajjiar also offers numerous trekking opportunities with excellent views and beautiful camp-sites. The hill station would be laden with beautiful flowers during the summer which makes it one of the Wonder Places of India.

 

Golden Devi Temple: The temple derives its name from the golden dome it houses, This temple is also known as the Golden Devi temple situated on Khajjiar Lake. This temple was constructed in the 12th century. The temple got the name as Golden Devi because it has a golden dome. It has a wooden shrine with intricate sculpture.  The scenic beauty of this place attracts a lot of people, devotees and tourists from different parts of Chamba as well as rest of India.

 

Panch Pandav Tree: The Panch Pandav Tree is a very popular tree located on the ground of Khajjiar and famous for its shoots. This tree is located near a rest house while moving towards Khajjiar School. The main root of the tree is static and there are five shoots branching out from the tree. 

 

Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary: This is one of the famous places of attraction in Dalhousie is Kalatop wildlife sanctuary. Kala top is a pleasant getaway, with a panoramic view and a forest rest house. Kala Top is situated at an altitude of 8000 ft and 10 km away from G.P.O square. It has a variety of wildlife such as Deer, Bears & Leopards.

Check out from the hotel in Dalhousie after eating breakfast and then drive down to Manali.

Manali is among one of the most visited tourist locations in India. A valley set in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, this hill station overwhelms the tourists with its flowering apple trees and audacious snow covered roads.  

On arrival, check in at the hotel in Manali and explore the rest of the evening on your own.

Visit the Mall Road in Manali. It is the heart and the focal point of the town. The street houses numerous emporiums and shops. From Kullu and Kashmiri shawls to woollen caps, rugs, jewellery, books and wooden furniture, Manali’s Mall Road has something for everyone. 

Later, return back to the hotel in Manali and catch on some peaceful sleep.

Suggested Accommodation: 

  • Budget: The Orchid Greens, Sun Park Resort, Snow Valley Resort
  • Luxury: The Himalayan, Club Mahindra White Meadows, Apple Country Resorts

Suggested Restaurants: The Johnson’s Café, The Lazy Dog Lounge, Café 1947

After breakfast, start your day exploring Manali by visiting Beas Kund, Hadimba Temple and the Rahalla Falls.

If you love trekking or are a beginner wanting to experience its thrill, trekking to Beas Kund is the perfect opportunity. The Kund is the origin of the River Beas.

Experience a high-altitude glacial lake and camp adjacent to the Himalayan peaks concealed with snow.

The surrounding meadows of Dhundi and Bakarthach are remarkable in its beauty.

 

On visiting the Hidimba Temple, you will come across an ancient cave temple that is dedicated to Hidimba Devi. It is a scenic temple that is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas.

Then, visit the Club House, one of the major tourist places in Manali for indoor games and adventure activities. Indulge in table tennis, carom, skating, boating, river-crossing and go-karting here.

Lastly, visit the Rahala waterfalls are bounded with lofty birch trees and the thick deodar forests that creates a pungent and unspoiled atmosphere.

 

After sightseeing you will return back to the hotel and stay the overnight at the hotel in Manali.

Beas Kund: Beas Kund is one of the most beautiful short treks in Himachal Pradesh. From Solang Nallah, the route winds through the famous Solang Valley. The meadows of Dhundi & Bakarthach are spectacular in its beauty. As you climb higher you reach the origin of River Beas. A small glacial lake is feeded by the melting snow of the higher peaks of the region. It is an ideal base camp for climbing nearby peaks Shitidhar and Ladakhi peak. The West side of Beas Kund is magnificent peak of Hanuman Tibba at an altitude of 5990 m, which access through tiny pass of above this lake.

 

Hadimba Temple: Hidimba Temple Manali is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimba Devi, who was a character in the Indian epic, Mahabharata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas.

 

Rahalla Falls: Rahala waterfalls are an after effect of the dribbling of water from precipitous rocks and imposing glaciers. It exhibits the exceptional beauty of the environment around. The entire area is bounded with the thick deodar forest, and lofty birch trees, which creates an unspoiled and pungent atmosphere. The amazing spectacle of a cascade in the backdrop of magnificent snow clad mountain peaks is really worthy for a watch and offers a wonderful experience that one cannot forget for a lifetime.

 

Tibetan Monasteries Manali: Manali is known for its shiny gompas or Buddhist monasteries. It is maintained by donations from the local community and by sale of hand-woven carpets in the temple workshop.

Gompa: Gelukpa Cultural Society Gompa: This Gompa has a prayer room crammed with statues of bodhisattvas, revered lamas and Buddhist deities. There’s also a small workshop producing Tibetan carpets.

 

Vashisht Temple Manali: Vashisht village is a green patch of steep hill hanging at the base on a cliff. The village is 6 km from Manali at the banks of the Beas River opposite Old Manali. The village of Vashisht was named after Rishi Vashisht one of the seven sages of Hindu. According to the legend, Rishi Vashisht was left depressed on finding out that his children had been killed by Vishwamitra. The water from this spring is believed to have great healing powers, which can cure many skin diseases and other infections. There are Turkish-style bath houses available here that contain the hot water from the springs, which are used to take bath and enjoy the warmth of the place in privacy.

 

Manu temple: This magnificent temple is dedicated to the sage Manu, who is said to be the creator of the world and the writer of Manusmriti. The Manu Temple is located in old Manali, at a distance of three kilometers from the main market. The temple is one of the prime attractions in Manali and is believed to be the same place where sage Manu meditated after stepping on earth.

After breakfast, head out to visit two absolutely vital destinations in the Himachal holiday tour package itinerary - Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. 

Rohtang Pass is the gateway to Lahaul - Spiti valley. The Rohtang Pass is located on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. It offers a wide panoramic view of the Himalayan mountains. While it may be puzzling to travel across its span, the incentive for this effort is being greeted by snow-capped mountains, living through the thrill of a challenging journey and breathing in the fresh air of the mountains.

Next, visit the Solang Valley.

It is a beautiful valley with enthralling views of thick conifer forest, meandering river and lush green meadows. It is host to a gamut of adventure activities like skiing, paragliding, mountain biking, etc. The winter skiing festival is held here as well as training in skiing is divulged at this place.

Return to the hotel in Manali for a sumptuous meal and overnight stay. 

Solang Valley: Solang Valley is a beautiful valley with enchanting views of snow capped mountains, thick conifer forest, lush green meadows and a meandering river. It is host to a spectrum of adventure activities. The valley is also blessed with a natural ice Shivling which forms in winter and remains till late summer at Anjani Mahadev. The winter skiing festival is organized here as well as training in skiing is imparted at this place. Solang Valley is also known as Snow Point is 13 km northwest of Manali and famous for its 300-meter ski lift. The Ski Lift ticket is Rs. 400 per head. It is a picturesque spot and offers splendid views of glaciers and the snow-capped mountains.

 

Rohtang Pass: One of the prime attractions for tourists is Rohtang la (pass).Rohtang Pass is located at an altitude of 13,054 ft, 53 kms away from Manali on Manali -Leh highway in Northern India. It serves as the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh. The Rohtang Pass is situated on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. Besides Lahaul and Spiti, Rohtang Pass also serves as the gateway to Pangi and Ladakh region. Like the Zojila Pass, Rohtang also serves as the gateway to Ladakh.

Note: For Rohtang Pass sightseeing you can hire cab on sharing basis (Because our cab (tourist Vehicle) have not permission for sightseeing

Once you have had a delectable breakfast, check out from the hotel inn Manali and head to the next destination on your Himachal holiday tour package. After covering a distance of 247 kms from Manali, you will reach the antiquated town of Shimla.

Shimla is a scenic hill station with a rich colonial history. Being the most popular hill station in northern India, there are a lot of astounding tourist places in Shimla that you can explore. On arrival in Shimla, check in at the hotel and head out to visit the Jhakoo temple. This temple is home to the largest Hanuman statue in the world. It also provides its visitors a panoramic view of the town of Sanjauli and the Shivalik ranges.

Then, spend the evening strolling at the Mall road, the most popular sightseeing place in Shimla. Shop for souvenirs and antique artefacts along with shawls, scarves and ethnic jewellery at the mall road. The street is also studded with boutique cafes and restaurants if you wish to savour a meal.

After spending an ecstatic day, drive back to the hotel for overnight stay.

Suggested Accommodation:

  • Budget: Clarkes Hotel, Hotel Holiday Home, Snow Valley Resorts, Shimla Havens Resorts, Hotel Willow Banks
  • Luxury: The Shimla Radisson Hotel, The Oberoi Cecil, Shimla

Suggested Restaurants: Café Sol, Central Perk, Eighteen71 Cookhouse & Bar, Café Simla Times, Hide Out Café

Today after breakfast, you will head out for a full day tour in Shimla. Start the day by first visiting the Chadwick Waterfalls. From a height of 1586 meters, the waterfalls cascades down in to a deep gorge. The water flow in the fall upsurges right after the monsoon gets over.

 

Next, visit the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies. Also famous as the Viceregal Lodge or Rashtrapati Niwas, this ancient British masterpiece surrounded by manicured lawns and gardens, ringed by beautiful pine trees and rose plants.

Then, go ahead to behold the beautiful sight of the Shimla State Museum. It houses a massive collection of ancient historical sculptures, coins, paintings, handicrafts, pre historic objects, wood carvings etc. 

Lastly, visit the Christ Church. It is one the oldest churches in North India. It was built by the British in 1857.  The Neo-Gothic style of architecture is mesmerising and leaves its viewer enthralled. The church has stained glass windows that represents hope, faith, charity, patience, fortitude and humanity.

Return to the hotel for a delicious meal and relaxing sleep.

 

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

 

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

 

Shimla church: Christ Church Shimla is the second oldest church in North India, after St John's Church in Meerut. It was consecrated on 10th January 1857 by Bishop Wilson of Calcutta. Built in Neo-Gothic style of architecture, other impressive features of the Church include paintings that portray scenes from Jesus Christ’s life. As it is located at the most prominent road of Shimla, The Ridge, it has become an important landmark in the city.

 

State Museum: The State Museum Shimla is housed in an old Victorian mansion carefully altered to adapt it to the museum. There are many colonial structures and heritage sites in Shimla that are of great historical importance. The museum also has a doll gallery which has several bride and groom dolls among many others which are admired by all visitors. Some archeological artifacts are also found here which include stone images from the 8th century.

 

Chadwick Waterfalls: Chadwick Falls is located at about 7 kilometers from Shimla, just beyond the summer hill. The waterfalls cascades down in to a deep gorge, from a height of 67 meters. Chadwick Falls is best seen just after the monsoon. September would be the best time to see and enjoy the Chadwick waterfalls.

After breakfast, head for a day excursion to Kufri today.

If snow is what stirs excitement in you, Kufri is quite a retreat for your eyes.

The temples and bird’s eye view of the snow-capped mountains are absolutely worth your time. Visit the fun world at Kufri which serves its visitors with fun filled adventure activities. It is a must go to place in Shimla, especially if you are travelling with kids. It is most popular for being one of the highest amusement parks and has the highest go kart track in the world. 

Next, take a horse ride up to the Mahasu Peak. The only way to reach the peak is by riding on a horse or mule. It is the highest peak in Kufri and the muddy path and no vehicles can ride up to the top.

Yak rides are also an additional tourist attraction in Kufri.

Later, return to the hotel in Shimla for a delightful meal and to spend the night.

It is finally the day to wrap all memories you crated and safely carry them back home.

After breakfast, checkout form hotel and proceed towards Delhi. You will be dropped to Delhi airport or railway station for onwards journey to home. Your 11 nights/ 12 days Himachal holiday tour package ends here. 



How to Reach Delhi

By Flight: Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in Delhi serves both domestic and international flights, making it one of the busiest airports in the country. Airport connects various national as well as international destinations like flights from Bangalore to Delhi flight, Pune to Delhi, Chennai to Delhi, New York to Delhi, Dubai to Delhi and more.

By Bus: Delhi has good connectivity by road to major tourist cities like Agra, Jaipur, Shimla, Manali and Dehradun. Buses are available from all nearest destination close to Delhi.

By Train: Delhi is headquartering of Northern Railway and is regarded as one of the major railway junction in the rail map of India. Nizamuddin Railway Station. Among these, NDLS in Paharganj is the largest and busiest with 16 platforms and serves more than 500,000 passengers on a daily basis.

 

Best time to visit Himachal

The state of Himachal Pradesh possesses different climatic conditions which largely depend on its altitude. The average height of this area ranges from 350 meter to 700 meter above the sea level. The climate conditions stay pleasant all year long in Himachal Pradesh, except some towns which face heavy snowfall during winters. Northern part of the state is known for cool temperate summer and an extreme winter, with freezing cold and heavy snowfall greeting the visitors coming at this time. The Months of March to June are best time to explore because day weather is considered as pleasant; while morning and night are cool.

 

Hotels Included in this Package

Shimla

Standard Hotel: Hotel Hari Palace: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Hotel Hari palace located 2.5 km away from main city. Provide multi –cuisines restaurant and authentic dishes in a beautiful ambience.

 

Deluxe Hotel: Shimla British Resort: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Shimla British Resort is idyllic secluded haven nestling in the natural beauty of untouched Cedar,Pine forest the "Green Glen.  The rooms decked with wooden flooring, warm lighting. It Serves tasty Indian, Chinese and Continental delicacies at the open air and in rice and curry restaurants.

 

Luxury Hotel: Radisson Hotel Shimla: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Radisson Hotel Shimla Situated in the Himalaya Mountains, Radisson Jass Shimla offers scenic vistas that are sure to inspire. Radisson Hotel is less than 200 meters from Jakhu Temple and The Mall. It is 1.3 km from Himachal State Museum.  

 

Hotels at Manali India

Standard Hotel: Hotel Sheetal: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Hotel Sheetal is a refreshing and memorable holiday in the lap of magnificent mountains in Manali. Certain rooms have views of the mountains or river. Every room is fitted with a private bathroom. From the rooftop Restaurant you can see stunning view of snow capped peaks and pine wood forest and eat freshly made food while enjoying nature.

 

Deluxe Hotel: Snow Mount Villa: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Snow Mount Villa guests can relish a placid holiday in Manali nestled in the lap of nature. The view of the valley from this cottage is an ultimate experience & a beautiful Waterfall Jogni provide for a different locale with every changing season. We offer you freshly cooked home food and mountain delicacies.

 

Luxury Hotel: Span Resort & Spa: TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence

Span Resort & Spa luxury resort oozes romance through its stone cottages with cosy wooden interiors! Nestled in the lap of Nature and enveloped by forests.  Guests adore the traditional cordial hospitality and 36 airy rooms of this well-appointed resort. Revive the senses with its rejuvenating treatments at signature Span Spa.

 

Dharamshala

Standard Hotel: Sky Heaven Resort: TA Rank (3.5) – Certificate of Excellence

Sky Heaven lodge, is a super motel to spend your holidays even as your tour to Dharamsala. The hotel offers spacious rooms with modern facilities. The resort has facilities like ample parking space, terrace, multi-cuisine restaurant, conference rooms and ideal peaceful location.

 

Deluxe Hotel: Karnika Resort: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Karnika Resort was born out of and is inspired by nature, unfolding a unique & exciting world of nature, dream destinations and empyrean luxury.  It is located in a pollution free peaceful environment on the eastern side of Dharamsala on Khanyara road, a 10 minutes drive from Dharamsala. There are 28 beautiful rooms all with up-to-date modern amenities. The simple yet well-organized interiors and appropriate furnishing make these rooms soothing and comfortable.

Restaurant: Karnika Resort serves multi cuisines

 

Luxury Hotel: Rakkh Resort: TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence

Rakkh is one of the famous resorts to stay in the lap of snow-clad hills at Dharamshala. this tranquil retreat offers a soul-soothing, romantic ambience. Rakkh offers 17 comfortable & spacious cottages. The cottages are a perfect blend of authentic design using local materials and all the modern comforts one would expect of a boutique property.

Restaurant: Hotel Rakkh serves Indian and International dining options with wood-fired pizza

 

Dalhousie

Standard Hotel: Hotel Sunny View: TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence

Sunny View is a heritage cottage built in 1930 sprawling across 1.5 acres. A pristine cottage tucked in on the Panjpulla Road will prove to be a warm and comfortable holiday home. Enjoy the serene beauty of the hill station at Sunny View heritage cottage. It consists of four bedrooms with hardwood flooring and luxurious en-suite bathrooms.

Restaurant: Hotel Sunny View served multiple cuisines

 

Deluxe Hotel: Atithi Resort: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Atithi Resort set amidst a tranquil location, offers well-furnished rooms, equipped with wooden floors and balconies. The property is crafted with inspiration from Victorian architecture owing to the heritage value of the town and is equipped with all the modern facilities and amenities.

Restaurant: Atithi Resort served local Himachali cuisines as well as Indian

 

Luxury Hotel: Aamod Dalhousie: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Aamod at Dalhousie enjoys unparalleled scenic beauty located approximately 5 km from Dalhousie town on the road to Khajjiar. We offer a perfect blend of untouched surroundings to its patrons.  All the necessary facilities, including 24-hour room service, 24-hour front desk, car park, room service and airport transfer.

Restaurant: Aamod Dalhousie serves delicious flavors of Oriental, Continental & Indian cuisine

 

Himachal Pradesh festival

Himachal Pradesh is a land of cultural distribution. The fairs display a glimpse of the lives of the people, their culture and custom. People from all strata of the society participate in these festivals. Some of these fairs and festivals in the upper regions are the Kullu Dussehra, Shivratri Fair (Mandi), Shoolini Mela (Solan), Minjar Fair (Chamba), Mani Mahesh Chhari Yatra (Chamba), Renuka fair (Sirmaur), Lavi Trade Fair (Rampur), Vrajeshwari fair (Kangra), Jwalamukhi Fair (Jwalamukhi), Holi Fair (Sujanpur Tira).

 

Mcleodganj to Dharamshala

Mcleodganj to Dharamshala is about 9.2 km away from each other and it takes 26 min to reach.

 

Solang valley Manali

Solang Valley is a beautiful valley with enchanting views of snow capped mountains, thick conifer forest, lush green meadows and a meandering river. It is host to a spectrum of adventure activities. The valley is also blessed with a natural ice Shivling which forms in winter and remains till late summer at Anjani Mahadev. The winter skiing festival is organized here as well as training in skiing is imparted at this place. Solang Valley is also known as Snow Point is 13 km northwest of Manali and famous for its 300-meter ski lift. The Ski Lift ticket is Rs. 400 per head. It is a picturesque spot and offers splendid views of glaciers and the snow-capped mountains.

 

Solang Valley Activities

Solang Valley at 12 Kms from Manali is emerging as the adventure sports capital of Himachal Pradesh.

 

Paragliding at Solang Valley

Paragliding is an adventure sport and has its attendant risks. Go for options with trained pilots. Inspect that safety measures have been incorporated. A bird’s eye view of the surreal valley, an adrenalin rush and a memorable experience is all that Paragliding offers. In paragliding sport a person jumps from a high place (like Hills, cliff or an airplane) with a special parachute that allows him to go an extended horizontal distance before he land. As he is lifted up, from the ground he can fly like a bird in perfect weather conditions.

 

Timings for Paragliding at Solang Valley

  • January to May: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm

  • October to December: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm

  • Closed during monsoons, rates may differ depending on the season

  • Cost for Paragliding at Solang Valley

  • The cost for Paragliding at Solang Valley is mentioned below. We have listed cost per person, adult and child fees along with eligibility criteria

  • Solang valley paragliding charges            

  • Solang valley paragliding charges Rs. 1000/- Per person

 

Solang valley Manali

 

Trip to Shimla

Shimla is the one of the most scenic hill stations in North-India & it is famous for its natural beauty, wooden crafts, pine forests, architectural buildings and apple farming. Midst the hills, surrounded by pine and deodar jungles, this town, sometimes known as Queen of Hills. Holiday Travel india Plans Shimla holidays with different combinations

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Best time to visit Shimla India

Summer Season 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.

 

Shimla Kullu Manali Dalhousie Dharamshala tour packages

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Manali in December end

Manali in December is just like heaven, the freezing weather is from the beginning of the month till end. Weather at Manali in December can be cold and in some years you can experience snowfall at Manali itself.

 

Shopping in Dharamshala

Shopping in Dharamshala is an exciting experience if you bargain and purchase local items like Tibetan carpets and mats. They are hand woven and available in various shapes, sizes and colors. The designs on these carpets draw inspiration from nature and natural surroundings. Some of the hand woven items may also have religious figures or spiritual symbols.

 

Adventure Activities in Dalhousie

Paragliding in Dalhousie

Paragliding is one of the most exciting adventure sports. It can be a mix of skydiving and hang gliding.  With the gorgeous landscape of the surrounding Pir Panjal Mountain Range, Kalatop provides the perfect topography for this adventure activity. Flying against the backdrop of the snow-kissed mountains and the beautiful terrain here is an experience of a lifetime. The ideal time for paragliding in Dalhousie is from February to January and from September to November. Enjoy this exhilarating and exciting adventure sport in the scenic landscape of Dalhousie

 

Khajjiar Trek

The Khajjiar trek is a 14km trek through landscapes of Deodar and Pine trees interspersed with streams. While the sceneries and views are breath-taking, the trek can be a bit challenging. he route descends almost all the way from Dainkund and can be covered in an hour if you are in a hurry

 

Horse Riding

Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh, India. One should certainly try horse riding at Dalhousie. Riding ourselves on personal service, you'll have a representative at Far and Ride who'll be on hand to answer any queries you have and will be your point of contact through the duration of planning your trip.

 

Mystic Boats Cruise

Mystic Boats Cruise offers just what you need to view the beautiful hill station in memorable way. They conduct several tours, and even exclusive ones if you have a large group. They conduct several tours, and even exclusive ones if you have a large group. Pricing varies from the type of boat to the duration in water. Here is when Mystic Boats Cruise comes into picture. They conduct several tours starting from early mornings till late evenings and if you are in large groups, you can ask them separately to arrange it for you.

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Package Inclusion:

  • Comfortable Stay for 11 Nights at mentioned hotels

  • Stay is on twin sharing basis in the Preferred Hotel Category

  • 02 Nights stay with sightseeing at Dharamshala hotel

  • 03 Nights stay with sightseeing at Dalhousie Hotel

  • 03 Night stay with sightseeing at Manali Hotel

  • 03 Night stay with sightseeing at Shimla Hotel

  • Assistance on Arrival & Departure

  • Exclusive private vehicle for 12 days

  • Transport cost may vary depending upon the no. of persons

  • Parking, Toll tax and driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

 

Package Exclusion:

  • Personal expenses like shopping, laundry, telephone, tips, etc.

  • Airfare, bus or railway fare

  • Lunch and evening snacks

  • Charges for entertainment and adventure activities

  • Entry tickets for sightseeing

  • Camera tickets

  • GST as applicable

Himachal Holiday Tour Package - Coldest part of Incredible India – Favorable salient hills station of Himachal Pradesh - Itinerary

Welcome to the land of natural beauty, snow-capped mountains and deep valleys.

On arrival at Delhi airport or railway station, you will drive and proceed towards Dharamshala.

It is one of the most captivating hill station set in the upper hilly terrains of Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh.

 

Upon arrival, check in at the hotel and the rest of the evening will be at your will to explore.

 

We recommend you to visit the St. John’s church. This magnificent church lies in a dense jungle and is dedicated to Lord Elgin, one of the viceroys of India. The structure is so powerful that it subsisted the 1905 Kangra earthquake, which destroyed most buildings in Kangra, Dharamshala and Mcleodganj and killed close to 19,800 people.

 

Return back to the hotel for a delicious meal and spend the night at the hotel in Dharamshala.

 

Suggested Accommodation:

  • Budget: Hotel Country Lodge, Hotel Centre Point
  • Luxury: Hotel Pong View, Hotel In clover and Welcome Heritage Grace Hotel

Suggested Restaurants: Illiterati, Moon Peak Espresso, Seed Café, Tibetan Mandala Cafe

After breakfast, start your day by visiting the famous places in Dharamshala which includes Mcleodganj, Tibetan monastery and the Dalai Lama Temple.

Mcleodganj is a scenic hilltop place and is indisputably one of the most popular tourist places in Dharamshala. It is also known as Little Lhasa owing to the large settlement of Tibetans there.

It is the residence of His Holiness, The Dalai Lama.

 

Speaking of which, the next place you visit is the Dalai Lama Temple. The temple complex is kept open from sunrise to sunset for the tourists to explore the peaceful atmosphere of the premises. Enjoy a meditative walk around the monastery complex.

 

Next, see the other famous tourist location in Dharamshala, the Cricket Stadium. It is an internationally renowned stadium that holds a couple of international and Ranji cricket matches on annual basis.

 

Then, visit the Bhagsu Nag temple and Bhagsu Waterfall. The Bhagsu Nag temple is an ancient temple where Lord Shiva had prevailed himself. The waterfalls surround the temple alongside a mountain that features slate graffiti.

By the evening you will return back to hotel and enjoy an overnight stay with dinner at the hotel in Dharamshala.

 

Mcleodganj: The one of the major tourist attraction is Mcleodganj. Mcleodganj is also known as Lasha because of lage population of Tibetean there. You can enjoy natural beauty there.

 

Cricket Stadium: The famous tourist location in Dharamshala is Cricket Stadium. Cricket Stadium (DCS), an internationally renowned stadium, is the home ground of Himachal Pradesh State cricket team. Few international and Ranji cricket matches are held here on annual basis.

 

Dalai Lama Temple: Theone of the holy place in Dharamshala is Dalai Lama Temple. The temple complex is kept open from sunrise to sunset for the visitors to explore the peaceful ambiance of the surroundings. During the morning hours visitors can participate in the prayers as the monks chant and meditate. You can join local residents for a meditative walk around the temple/monastery complex.

 

Bhagsu Waterfall: Bhagsu Falls is a beautiful waterfall, situated in the small village of Bhagsu, behind the Bhagsunath Temple. During monsoon, this waterfalls turns into a 30 ft cascade, alongside a mountain that features slate graffiti.

 

St. John church: The famous place in Dharamshala is st. John Church. . It is an Anglican Church which is dedicated to Saint John. This is one of the ancient churches in Dharamshala.

 

Bhagsu Nag Temple: Bhagsu nag Temple is one of the popular ancient temples.  It is surrounded by the famous Bhagsu Falls and is considered to be a popular place of Hindu pilgrimage. You can enjoy Natural beauty and mental peace there.

After an early morning breakfast, check out from the hotel in Dharamshala and proceed towards Dalhousie.

 

A heaven for honeymooners and a photographer’s paradise, Dalhousie is a very beautiful and quaint hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Relax and distress in the midst of scenic slopes covered by fragrant pines, deodar and oaks.

 

Upon arrival, check in to the hotel in Dalhousie and feel free to explore the places nearby on your own.

 

Stroll on the malls, the three circular roads namely Moti Tibba, Bakrota and Potreyn. These roads make the figure 8 where you can shop and eat street food. The three levels get steeper by the lanes. The level walks around this 8 figure is very famous among tourists. There is a plethora of small shops that will fulfil your list of gift items. 

 

Spend the overnight relaxing at the hotel in Dalhousie after savouring a delicious meal.

 

Suggested Accommodation:

  • Budget: Dalhousie Heights, Hotel Guncha Siddhartha, Hotel Pearl Dalhousie
  • Luxury: JK Clarks Exotica, Hotel Mount View, Alps Resort Dalhousie     

Suggested Restaurants: Forever Café, Kwality Restaurant, Cafe Dalhousie

On the fourth day of your Himachal holiday tour package, explore Dalhousie by visiting several excursions of Dalhousie.

First, visit the Dainkund Peak. It is the highest peak that watches over the beautiful pine laid backdrops of Dalhousie. A Devi Temple is also located on the hill.

 

Then, visit the Gangji Pahari. It is a famous walk in Dalhousie. The literal interpretation of the word is ‘bald hill’ and is called so because there are no trees at the peak of the hill and it looks like a bald patch of land.

Next, visit the Chamera Lake and Panch Pulla. The Chamera Lake is a mystic lake which is originally a reservoir constructed on the river Ravi. Simply laze of with still water sports or sharpen your skill at river rafting in the Chamera Lake. Panch Pulla is a very beautiful waterfall flowing to a point where several streams meet. This place is best known for its marvellous beauty and trekking.

Return back to the hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Dalhousie hotel.

 

Panchpula: Panchpula is almost 3 km. there is a very beautiful monument erected at panchpula where several streams meet at one point. That is Samadhi monument was built in memory of great sardar Ajit Singh.

 

Dainkund: The famous place in Dalhousie is Dainkund. You can enjoy the beautiful view of the hills, with the rivers Ravi, Beas and chenab threading through the distance. A Devi Temple is also situated on the hill.

 

St.John Church: The famous and holy place in Dalhousie is St.John Church.  The architecture of the church is similar to the Roman Catholic's Church of England; the only difference is that the St. John's Church belongs to the Protestants community. The calm and composed chapel is dedicated to St. John. Inside the chapel, there are dramatic glass paintings of St. John

 

Chamera Lake: Chamera Lake is a mystic lake located in the Chamba district in Dalhousie, in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. Located at a distance of 25 km from Dalhousie, the exquisite Chamera Lake is actually a reservoir formed by the Chamera Dam, which is positioned at an altitude of 1700 meters. It is a major source of water supply for the villagers and is continuously fed by the Ravi River.

 

Garam Sadak: Garam Sadak is a very good place, is considered to be one of the best spots for walks in the arms of the nature of Dalhousie. This road is quite popular among the locals and tourists, who walk down the street to gaze at the beauty of Dalhousie. The Garam Sadak has a pleasant and warm temperature that gives a perfect atmosphere to the tourists to walk down the road.

 

Sach Pass: Sach Pass is a mountain pass in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. This nice place work as an intermediate that connects the Chamba valley with the Pangi valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India.

Start your day early with a healthy breakfast and head out to explore the place which is called 'Mini Switzerland' or the 'Switzerland of India'- Khajjiar.

Dense forests, a vast spread of green meadows and vistas of imposing snow-clad Himalayan peaks make Khajjiar a famous destination among tourists. 

Trekking is the most popular way to explore Khajjiar. Zorbing is another popular recreational activity in this area which involves rolling downhill from within a plastic ‘zorb’.

Visit the Khajjiar Kalatop wildlife sanctuary. Home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, countless beautiful birds, leopard, deer, bear, langur, jackal, barking goral and Himalayan black marten can be spotted here.

Lastly, behold the magnanimous 85 ft. statue of Lord Shiva in Khajjiar. It is one of the tallest statues in Himachal Pradesh. This glistening statue is polished in Bronze and is a sight to behold.

 

Return to the hotel in Dalhousie for a much deserved good night’s sleep.

Khajjiar Lake: Khajjiar Lake is situated in Khajjiar, in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated at a height of around 1,920 m above sea level between Dalhousie and Chamba Town. The small water streams of the Himalaya act as a source for the Khajjiar Lake. One can also visit the Khajinag temple which features fine wood carvings and a gold dome. Paragliding here is a must, for it's a unique chance to capture the Himachali terrain from an altogether new height.

 

Khajji Nag Temple: Khajji Nag Temple s a 12th century AD temple dedicated to Naga. the lord of serpents and you will find some snake idols here. It is mainly a wooden structure and has images hanging from the roof of the circumambulatory path. This temple has a perfect blend of Mughal and Hindu styles of architecture as reflected in the wooden carvings on the ceilings and wooden posts. The temple’s chambers are carved out of wood and its architecture exhibits a fusion of Muslim and Hindu style. The age-old practice of goat sacrifice is still practiced at the temple.

 

Kailash View: Kailash View Khajjiar ground glimpses of Mount Kailash are available on a clear day. It is believed that Mount Kailash is the home to Lord Shiva, the main deity of the Himachal region.

 

Khajjiar Villages: Khajjiar is also popular for its beautiful & small Villages like Rota, ladi etc which are situated near the slopes. These small villages are quite popular in this area for Apple Orchards.  These villages are located at slopes nearby. Within the boundaries of the khajjiar area, these villages are quite near to the ground of Khajjiar not far from each other around the tall deodar forests of Khajjiar. Khajjiar also offers numerous trekking opportunities with excellent views and beautiful camp-sites. The hill station would be laden with beautiful flowers during the summer which makes it one of the Wonder Places of India.

 

Golden Devi Temple: The temple derives its name from the golden dome it houses, This temple is also known as the Golden Devi temple situated on Khajjiar Lake. This temple was constructed in the 12th century. The temple got the name as Golden Devi because it has a golden dome. It has a wooden shrine with intricate sculpture.  The scenic beauty of this place attracts a lot of people, devotees and tourists from different parts of Chamba as well as rest of India.

 

Panch Pandav Tree: The Panch Pandav Tree is a very popular tree located on the ground of Khajjiar and famous for its shoots. This tree is located near a rest house while moving towards Khajjiar School. The main root of the tree is static and there are five shoots branching out from the tree. 

 

Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary: This is one of the famous places of attraction in Dalhousie is Kalatop wildlife sanctuary. Kala top is a pleasant getaway, with a panoramic view and a forest rest house. Kala Top is situated at an altitude of 8000 ft and 10 km away from G.P.O square. It has a variety of wildlife such as Deer, Bears & Leopards.

Check out from the hotel in Dalhousie after eating breakfast and then drive down to Manali.

Manali is among one of the most visited tourist locations in India. A valley set in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, this hill station overwhelms the tourists with its flowering apple trees and audacious snow covered roads.  

On arrival, check in at the hotel in Manali and explore the rest of the evening on your own.

Visit the Mall Road in Manali. It is the heart and the focal point of the town. The street houses numerous emporiums and shops. From Kullu and Kashmiri shawls to woollen caps, rugs, jewellery, books and wooden furniture, Manali’s Mall Road has something for everyone. 

Later, return back to the hotel in Manali and catch on some peaceful sleep.

Suggested Accommodation: 

  • Budget: The Orchid Greens, Sun Park Resort, Snow Valley Resort
  • Luxury: The Himalayan, Club Mahindra White Meadows, Apple Country Resorts

Suggested Restaurants: The Johnson’s Café, The Lazy Dog Lounge, Café 1947

After breakfast, start your day exploring Manali by visiting Beas Kund, Hadimba Temple and the Rahalla Falls.

If you love trekking or are a beginner wanting to experience its thrill, trekking to Beas Kund is the perfect opportunity. The Kund is the origin of the River Beas.

Experience a high-altitude glacial lake and camp adjacent to the Himalayan peaks concealed with snow.

The surrounding meadows of Dhundi and Bakarthach are remarkable in its beauty.

 

On visiting the Hidimba Temple, you will come across an ancient cave temple that is dedicated to Hidimba Devi. It is a scenic temple that is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas.

Then, visit the Club House, one of the major tourist places in Manali for indoor games and adventure activities. Indulge in table tennis, carom, skating, boating, river-crossing and go-karting here.

Lastly, visit the Rahala waterfalls are bounded with lofty birch trees and the thick deodar forests that creates a pungent and unspoiled atmosphere.

 

After sightseeing you will return back to the hotel and stay the overnight at the hotel in Manali.

Beas Kund: Beas Kund is one of the most beautiful short treks in Himachal Pradesh. From Solang Nallah, the route winds through the famous Solang Valley. The meadows of Dhundi & Bakarthach are spectacular in its beauty. As you climb higher you reach the origin of River Beas. A small glacial lake is feeded by the melting snow of the higher peaks of the region. It is an ideal base camp for climbing nearby peaks Shitidhar and Ladakhi peak. The West side of Beas Kund is magnificent peak of Hanuman Tibba at an altitude of 5990 m, which access through tiny pass of above this lake.

 

Hadimba Temple: Hidimba Temple Manali is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimba Devi, who was a character in the Indian epic, Mahabharata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himalayas.

 

Rahalla Falls: Rahala waterfalls are an after effect of the dribbling of water from precipitous rocks and imposing glaciers. It exhibits the exceptional beauty of the environment around. The entire area is bounded with the thick deodar forest, and lofty birch trees, which creates an unspoiled and pungent atmosphere. The amazing spectacle of a cascade in the backdrop of magnificent snow clad mountain peaks is really worthy for a watch and offers a wonderful experience that one cannot forget for a lifetime.

 

Tibetan Monasteries Manali: Manali is known for its shiny gompas or Buddhist monasteries. It is maintained by donations from the local community and by sale of hand-woven carpets in the temple workshop.

Gompa: Gelukpa Cultural Society Gompa: This Gompa has a prayer room crammed with statues of bodhisattvas, revered lamas and Buddhist deities. There’s also a small workshop producing Tibetan carpets.

 

Vashisht Temple Manali: Vashisht village is a green patch of steep hill hanging at the base on a cliff. The village is 6 km from Manali at the banks of the Beas River opposite Old Manali. The village of Vashisht was named after Rishi Vashisht one of the seven sages of Hindu. According to the legend, Rishi Vashisht was left depressed on finding out that his children had been killed by Vishwamitra. The water from this spring is believed to have great healing powers, which can cure many skin diseases and other infections. There are Turkish-style bath houses available here that contain the hot water from the springs, which are used to take bath and enjoy the warmth of the place in privacy.

 

Manu temple: This magnificent temple is dedicated to the sage Manu, who is said to be the creator of the world and the writer of Manusmriti. The Manu Temple is located in old Manali, at a distance of three kilometers from the main market. The temple is one of the prime attractions in Manali and is believed to be the same place where sage Manu meditated after stepping on earth.

After breakfast, head out to visit two absolutely vital destinations in the Himachal holiday tour package itinerary - Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. 

Rohtang Pass is the gateway to Lahaul - Spiti valley. The Rohtang Pass is located on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. It offers a wide panoramic view of the Himalayan mountains. While it may be puzzling to travel across its span, the incentive for this effort is being greeted by snow-capped mountains, living through the thrill of a challenging journey and breathing in the fresh air of the mountains.

Next, visit the Solang Valley.

It is a beautiful valley with enthralling views of thick conifer forest, meandering river and lush green meadows. It is host to a gamut of adventure activities like skiing, paragliding, mountain biking, etc. The winter skiing festival is held here as well as training in skiing is divulged at this place.

Return to the hotel in Manali for a sumptuous meal and overnight stay. 

Solang Valley: Solang Valley is a beautiful valley with enchanting views of snow capped mountains, thick conifer forest, lush green meadows and a meandering river. It is host to a spectrum of adventure activities. The valley is also blessed with a natural ice Shivling which forms in winter and remains till late summer at Anjani Mahadev. The winter skiing festival is organized here as well as training in skiing is imparted at this place. Solang Valley is also known as Snow Point is 13 km northwest of Manali and famous for its 300-meter ski lift. The Ski Lift ticket is Rs. 400 per head. It is a picturesque spot and offers splendid views of glaciers and the snow-capped mountains.

 

Rohtang Pass: One of the prime attractions for tourists is Rohtang la (pass).Rohtang Pass is located at an altitude of 13,054 ft, 53 kms away from Manali on Manali -Leh highway in Northern India. It serves as the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh. The Rohtang Pass is situated on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas. Besides Lahaul and Spiti, Rohtang Pass also serves as the gateway to Pangi and Ladakh region. Like the Zojila Pass, Rohtang also serves as the gateway to Ladakh.

Note: For Rohtang Pass sightseeing you can hire cab on sharing basis (Because our cab (tourist Vehicle) have not permission for sightseeing

Once you have had a delectable breakfast, check out from the hotel inn Manali and head to the next destination on your Himachal holiday tour package. After covering a distance of 247 kms from Manali, you will reach the antiquated town of Shimla.

Shimla is a scenic hill station with a rich colonial history. Being the most popular hill station in northern India, there are a lot of astounding tourist places in Shimla that you can explore. On arrival in Shimla, check in at the hotel and head out to visit the Jhakoo temple. This temple is home to the largest Hanuman statue in the world. It also provides its visitors a panoramic view of the town of Sanjauli and the Shivalik ranges.

Then, spend the evening strolling at the Mall road, the most popular sightseeing place in Shimla. Shop for souvenirs and antique artefacts along with shawls, scarves and ethnic jewellery at the mall road. The street is also studded with boutique cafes and restaurants if you wish to savour a meal.

After spending an ecstatic day, drive back to the hotel for overnight stay.

Suggested Accommodation:

  • Budget: Clarkes Hotel, Hotel Holiday Home, Snow Valley Resorts, Shimla Havens Resorts, Hotel Willow Banks
  • Luxury: The Shimla Radisson Hotel, The Oberoi Cecil, Shimla

Suggested Restaurants: Café Sol, Central Perk, Eighteen71 Cookhouse & Bar, Café Simla Times, Hide Out Café

Today after breakfast, you will head out for a full day tour in Shimla. Start the day by first visiting the Chadwick Waterfalls. From a height of 1586 meters, the waterfalls cascades down in to a deep gorge. The water flow in the fall upsurges right after the monsoon gets over.

 

Next, visit the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies. Also famous as the Viceregal Lodge or Rashtrapati Niwas, this ancient British masterpiece surrounded by manicured lawns and gardens, ringed by beautiful pine trees and rose plants.

Then, go ahead to behold the beautiful sight of the Shimla State Museum. It houses a massive collection of ancient historical sculptures, coins, paintings, handicrafts, pre historic objects, wood carvings etc. 

Lastly, visit the Christ Church. It is one the oldest churches in North India. It was built by the British in 1857.  The Neo-Gothic style of architecture is mesmerising and leaves its viewer enthralled. The church has stained glass windows that represents hope, faith, charity, patience, fortitude and humanity.

Return to the hotel for a delicious meal and relaxing sleep.

 

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

 

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

 

Shimla church: Christ Church Shimla is the second oldest church in North India, after St John's Church in Meerut. It was consecrated on 10th January 1857 by Bishop Wilson of Calcutta. Built in Neo-Gothic style of architecture, other impressive features of the Church include paintings that portray scenes from Jesus Christ’s life. As it is located at the most prominent road of Shimla, The Ridge, it has become an important landmark in the city.

 

State Museum: The State Museum Shimla is housed in an old Victorian mansion carefully altered to adapt it to the museum. There are many colonial structures and heritage sites in Shimla that are of great historical importance. The museum also has a doll gallery which has several bride and groom dolls among many others which are admired by all visitors. Some archeological artifacts are also found here which include stone images from the 8th century.

 

Chadwick Waterfalls: Chadwick Falls is located at about 7 kilometers from Shimla, just beyond the summer hill. The waterfalls cascades down in to a deep gorge, from a height of 67 meters. Chadwick Falls is best seen just after the monsoon. September would be the best time to see and enjoy the Chadwick waterfalls.

After breakfast, head for a day excursion to Kufri today.

If snow is what stirs excitement in you, Kufri is quite a retreat for your eyes.

The temples and bird’s eye view of the snow-capped mountains are absolutely worth your time. Visit the fun world at Kufri which serves its visitors with fun filled adventure activities. It is a must go to place in Shimla, especially if you are travelling with kids. It is most popular for being one of the highest amusement parks and has the highest go kart track in the world. 

Next, take a horse ride up to the Mahasu Peak. The only way to reach the peak is by riding on a horse or mule. It is the highest peak in Kufri and the muddy path and no vehicles can ride up to the top.

Yak rides are also an additional tourist attraction in Kufri.

Later, return to the hotel in Shimla for a delightful meal and to spend the night.

It is finally the day to wrap all memories you crated and safely carry them back home.

After breakfast, checkout form hotel and proceed towards Delhi. You will be dropped to Delhi airport or railway station for onwards journey to home. Your 11 nights/ 12 days Himachal holiday tour package ends here. 

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