Himachal Tour Package from Delhi

Himachal Tour Itinerary for 6Nights 7Days

Day 01 | Delhi – Shimla (360 km / 7-8 hours approx)

Our representative will pick up you from New Delhi railway station/ Airport, he will take you transfer by road to Shimla. On the way see stunning views of the snow capped Shivalik mountain- which is the part of the mighty Himalayas, on arrival check in to your rooms. Enjoy the rest of the day is at leisure, walk/ shop on Mall Road- the favorite spot in Shimla to enjoy the leisure time. Enjoy your dinner & overnight stay at hotel in Shimla.

Day 02 | Shimla – Kufri

After breakfast get a transfer to Kufri (Just located at the distance of 14KMs from Shimla). Kufri Offers you the stunning views of the snow-capped mountains and lush green environment, an ideal destination to spend some quality & memorable time. After spending some time get back to Shimla and visit Jakhoo Hill- which offers panoramic views of the town.

In evening, let’s take a walk to the most happening place of the town- The Mall Road- here you can enjoy your shopping & fooding, branded outlets can be found here. Later on get back to your hotel & stay overnight in Shimla.

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Day 03 | Shimla – Manali

You will check out from hotel just after breakfast and take a drive to Manali which is around 260 KMs and will take approximately 6-7 hours to reach. Check-in to your rooms in the pre-booked hotel. Rest of the time at leisure, enjoy your night meal & stay overnight in hotel at Manali.

Day 04 | Manali – Rohtang Pass

After breakfast get ready to take a half day excursion to Rohtang Pass (subject to weather condition- Tuesday closed). Later on, visit Solang Valley- where you can enjoy adventure sports like: paragliding, parachuting, zorbing and skating (on extra cost- direct payment).

After the scenic beauty excursion of this snow and lush green area, get back to your hotel, dinner & stay overnight at hotel in Manali.

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Day 05 | Manali Sightseeing

Today wake up early morning and after breakfast get ready for an amazing local sightseeing of Manali which includes the ancient Hadimba Devi temple, Manu Temple, and Club House. You should also visit the Tibetan Monastery and the handicraft centre. In the evening get back to your hotel and take your dinner, overnight stay.

Day 06 | Manali – Kullu – Manikaran Sightseeing

After breakfast, visit the holy Raghunath temple in Kullu & Manikaran known for its hot sulphur springs & Gurudwara. Take an optional rafting trip (extra cost). Take a transfer to Manali via Manikaran. Return back to your hotel. Evening is at leisure. overnight stay at the hotel in Manali.

Day 07 | Manali – Delhi (540Km / approx. 8-9 hours)

Today after morning breakfast, check-out from the hotel & get ready to take a transfer to Delhi Airport/ Railway station. We hope that you had wonderful holidays with lifelong memories, we wish to see you soon with another destination till then take care…and Enjoy!!!

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Package Includes

· Accommodation as per the itinerary. · Accommodation on CP (Room + Breakfast) basis in all Hotels. · All Transfers and Sightseeings as per the Itinerary by Exclusive Car.

Package Excludes

· Any Air/Rail fare. · Meals apart from mentioned above. · Camera fee, mineral water, soft or hard drinks, starters etc. · Personal expenditure like F & B, laundry charges, telephone calls, TIPS, shopping etc. · Anything NOT mentioned above under “Package Includes”. · Guide & Entrance Fee, Any sports activities & Pony ride.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit the state is in Summers. As it does not get really hot at any of its cities. Though one can visit the state all round the year depending upon where you decide to go. Only avoiding the monsoons (July and August), as the rain comes quiet heavily here and it may cause communication problems and also cause heavy landslides. People who are keen on skiing, or love the snow can take a chance of visit the state in winters or otherwise its quiet cold in comparison to the other states. The Hill stations like Mussoorie and Nainital are immensely popular with India’s plains-dwelling urban middle class, and they descend on these cities in droves during the summer. If you prefer a bit of solitude, avoid coming here between May and July. Also stay away during the monsoons (July and August), when heavy rainfalls can cause dangerous landslides.

How to Reach?

By Air
The Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun is the nearest airport to the state, and it is well connected to Delhi with regular flights. The state can also be reached via the domestic airport at Pantnagar in the Kumaon region but you have to check whether the airport is operational or not.By Road
The best mode of commuting in the state is by road. There are regular private and state bus services that run through the state. You can also hire a cab/taxi. All the cities and towns in the state are very well connected by roads, in fact a few places can be reached only via roads specially the remote areas. Though the hilly region can have landslides, poor surfaces but one has to adjust the fact as there is no other means of commuting.

By Rail
Almost the whole state of Uttarakhand is on a hilly region, so there is only a few major cities with railway stations. Dehradun, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Nainital and two three more cities have railway stations. These stations are very well connected to the neighbouring states and to major cities of the country but not all.