Himachal Tour Packages

Himachal Tour Packages

Himachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state in the Himalayas. It's home to scenic mountain towns and resorts such as Dalhousie. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence.


Himachal Tour Packages

DAY & PROGRAMME

01 : Arrive Delhi. Delhi – Shimla (343 Kms).
Meeting and assistance on arrival and drive to Shimla. On arrival in Shimla check-in at the hotel.
Shimla – The capital of Himachal Pradesh and former summer capital of British India, Shimla is the state’s most important center. Bulging at its seams with unprecedented expansion, Shimla retains a colonial aura, with its grand old buildings, among them the stately Viceregal Lodge, charming iron lampposts and Anglo-Saxon names. The Mall, packed with shops and eateries, is the center of attraction, and Scandal Point, associated with the former Maharaja of the Patiala’s escapades, offers a view of distant snow-clad peaks.
Overnight at the hotel.

02 : Shimla
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing visit Tara Devi Temple which offers panoramic views, Himachal State Museum has a rich display of the state’s cultural, artistic and archaeological heritage. Institute of Advanced Study which is housed in the former Viceregal Lodge, it was built in 1888.
Afternoon visit Jakhoo Hill (by foot), Shimla’s highest point, other a panoramic view of the town, hills and mountain ranges with spectacular views at sunrise and sunset.
Overnight at the hotel.

03 : Shimla – Manali (270 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Manali enroute visiting Kullu.
The most charming and beautiful Kullu valley spreads out its charm on either side of river Beas. The valley runs north to south of this river and is 80kms long and about 2kms at its broadest. Yet with awe inspiring glens and mossy meadows encircled by the rushing streams and meandering brooks, flung east & west, a fairly wide area is open to the tourists, the trekkers, the mountaineers, the artists and to anyone who wishes to escape the heat & dust of the plains to breathe the exhilarating air of the Himalaya and enjoy the spectacle of the variegated mountain scenery. The valley is also famous for its exquisitely woven colorful handmade shawls and kullu caps.
On arrival in Manali. Check-in at the hotel.
Overnight at the hotel.

04 : Manali
After breakfast proceed for excursion to Rothang Pass (Till snow point)
Rothang Pass is the highest point, 4,112m, on the Manali-Keylong road, 51–Km Manali town. It provides a wide panoramic view of mountains rising far above clouds, which is a sight truly breath-taking. It offers only limited skiing opportunities, but trekking possibilities are immense. The pass is open from June to September although trekkers can cross the pass from May. Beyond Rothang Pass lies the remote and perhaps, the stark and haunting landscape of predominantly Buddhist areas. The comparative inaccessibility of the place has helped preserve the pristine culture of the people of the region.
Note: Please note, to visit Rothangpass from Manali you have to arrange local transportation on arrival in Manali as our vehicles are not allowed to go there. We have not included the same in the costing.
Overnight at the hotel.

05 : Manali
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Doongri temple houses Goddess Hadimba (Hirma Devi) has 4 tried pagoda – shaped roof with a doorway carved with figures and symbols. Tibetan Monastery – A new colorful Buddhist temple.
Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

06 : Manali – Chandigarh (300 Kms)
After an early breakfast drive to Chandigarh and Check-in at the hotel.
Union territory and capital of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh is a unique city. The tranquil and pollution-free environs, shorter distances and the sharp contrast between dull exteriors and plush interiors are the delight of Chandigarh’s inhabitants. A great amount of greenery, the Rock Garden, lake and general sense of organization – all make contribute towards making Chandigarh a charming place to visit.
Overnight at the hotel.

07 : Chandigarh – Delhi (238 Kms)
After breakfast visit Pinjore Yadavindra Gardens - 20 kms from Chandigarh on the Pinjore Kalka road. This is a traditional Mughal garden, created in the 17th century by Nawab Fidal Khan, architect to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. According to Hindu mythology, the Pandava brothers rested at this place during their exile. The gardens are laid out over more than 100 acres on a sloping site with fountains and pavilions.
It is open on all days and accommodation is available in at Rang Mahal and Sheesh Mahal.
Later drive to the Delhi and on arrival check-in at the hotel.
Overnight stay in Hotel.

08 : Depart Delhi
After breakfast visit - Raj Ghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Ghandi, drive past Red Fort, built in 1648 by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan, Jama Masjid, one of the longest mosque in India and Chandini Chowk, shopping center of Delhi. New Delhi visiting Qutaub Minar built by Qutub – ud –Din Aibek in 1199. India Gate (War Memorial Arch). Lakshminarayan Temple – a modern Hindu Temple and drive past President House, Parliament House, and Government Secretariat Buildings.
In time transfer to Airport/Railway station to connect flight / train for the onward destination.

End of the program. Check-in is at 1400 Hrs & check-out time is at 1200 Hrs at the hotels.

DAY & PROGRAMME

01 : Arrive Delhi. Delhi – Chandigarh (238 Kms).
Meeting and assistance on arrival and drive to Chandigarh. On arrival at Chandigarh. Check-in at the hotel.
Union territory and capital of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh is a unique city. The tranquil and pollution-free environs, shorter distances and the sharp contrast between dull exteriors and plush interiors are the delight of Chandigarh’s inhabitants. A great amount of greenery, the Rock Garden, lake and general sense of organization – all make contribute towards making Chandigarh a charming place to visit.
Overnight at the hotel.

02 : Chandigarh – Manali (300 Kms)
After breakfast visit Pinjore Yadavindra Gardens - 20 kms from Chandigarh on the Pinjore Kalka road. This is a traditional Mughal garden, created in the 17th century by Nawab Fidal Khan, architect to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. According to Hindu mythology, the Pandava brothers rested at this place during their exile. The gardens are laid out over more than 100 acres on a sloping site with fountains and pavilions. It is open on all days and accommodation is available in at Rang Mahal and Sheesh Mahal.
On arrival in Manali. Check-in at the hotel.
Manali according to the legend was born when the waters of the Great Deluge receded and the seventh Manu’s ark came to the rest on a hillside in this valley. As the earth dried up there came up a place of breathtaking beauty which was named after the great sags.
Overnight at the hotel.

03 : Manali
After breakfast proceed for excursion to Rothang Pass (Till snow point)
Rothang Pass is the highest point, 4,112m, on the Manali-Keylong road, 51–Km Manali town. It provides a wide panoramic view of mountains rising far above clouds, which is a sight truly breath-taking. It offers only limited skiing opportunities, but trekking possibilities are immense. The pass is open from June to September although trekkers can cross the pass from May.
Beyond Rothang Pass lies the remote and perhaps, the stark and haunting landscape of predominantly Buddhist areas. The comparative inaccessibility of the place has helped preserve the pristine culture of the people of the region.
Please note, to visit Rothangpass from Manali you have to arrange local transportation on arrival in Manali as our vehicles are not allowed to go there. We have not included the same in the costing.
Overnight at the hotel.

04 : Manali
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Doongri temple houses Goddess Hadimba (Hirma Devi) has 4 tried pagoda – shaped roof with a doorway carved with figures and symbols. Tibetan Monstary – A new colourful Buddhist temple.
Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at the hotel.

05 : Manali – Delhi by Surface (550 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Delhi, on arrival check-in at the hotel.
Delhi, where an empire rose and fell before the dawn of history; where citadels of emperors appeared and disappeared; a city of mysterious eternity whose old ruins proclaim a majestic and imperial past and whose present pulsates vibrantly with the ever flowing life of India. The eternal Jamuna bears witness to the glorious and tumultuous 5,000 year old history of Delhi. A history which begins with the creation of Indraprastha by the Pandavas and the transformation of this barren gift of the Kauravas into an idyllic haven.
Overnight at the hotel.

06 : Depart Delhi
After breakfast visit - Raj Ghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Ghandi, drive past Red Fort, built in 1648 by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan, Jama Masjid, one of the longest mosque in India and Chandini Chowk, shopping center of Delhi. New Delhi visiting Qutaub Minar built by Qutub – ud –Din Aibek in 1199. India Gate (War Memorial Arch). Lakshminarayan Temple – a modern Hindu Temple and drive past President House, Parliament House, and Government Secretariat Buildings.
Afternoon transfer to airport to board the flight for onward destination.

End of the program. Check-in is at 1400 Hrs & check-out time is at 1200 Hrs at the hotels.

DAY & PROGRAMME

01 : Arrive Delhi.
Meeting and assistance on arrival and transfer to hotel.
Delhi, where an empire rose and fell before the dawn of history; where citadels of emperors appeared and disappeared; a city of mysterious eternity whose old ruins proclaim a majestic and imperial past and whose present pulsates vibrantly with the ever flowing life of India. The eternal Jamuna bears witness to the glorious and tumultuous 5,000 year old history of Delhi. A history which begins with the creation of Indraprastha by the Pandavas and the transformation of this barren gift of the Kauravas into an idyllic haven.
Afternoon visit - Raj Ghat - the cremation site of Mahatma Ghandi, drive past Red Fort, built in 1648 by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan, Jama Masjid, one of the longest mosque in India and Chandini Chowk, shopping center of Delhi. New Delhi visiting Qutaub Minar built by Qutub – ud –Din Aibek in 1199. India Gate (War Memorial Arch). Lakshminarayan Temple – a modern Hindu Temple and drive past President House, Parliament House, and Government Secretariat Buildings.
Overnight at the hotel.

02 : Delhi - Shimla by surface (370 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Shimla. On arrival and check-in at the hotel.
Shimla – The capital of Himachal Pradesh and former summer capital of British India, Shimla is the state’s most important center. Bulging at its seams with unprecedented expansion, Shimla retains a colonial aura, with its grand old buildings, among them the stately Viceregal Lodge, ccherming iron lampposts and Anglo-Saxon names. The Mall, packed with shops and eateries, is the center of attraction, and Scandal Point, associated with the former Maharaja of the Patiala’s escapades, offers a view of distant snowclad peaks.
Overnight at the hotel.

03 : Shimla
After breakfast proceed to visit Himachal State Museum has a rich display of the state’s cultural, artistic and archeaeological heritage.Institute of Advanced Study which is housed in the former Viceregal Lodge, it was built in 1888.
Afternoon visitng Jakhoo Hill (by foot), Shimla’s highest poient, other a panoramic view of the town, hills and mountain ranges with spectular views at sunrise and sunset.
Overnight at the hotel.

04 : Shimla – Delhi by surface (370 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Delhi Airport / Railway station to connect flight / train for onward destination.

End of the programme. Check-in is at 1400 Hrs & check-out time is at 1200 Hrs at the hotels.

DAY & PROGRAMME

01 : Arrive Delhi. Delhi – Shimla (343 Kms).
Meeting and assistance on arrival and drive to Shimla. On arrival in Shimla check-in at the hotel.
Shimla – The capital of Himachal Pradesh and former summer capital of British India, Shimla is the state’s most important center. Bulging at its seams with unprecedented expansion, Shimla retains a colonial aura, with its grand old buildings, among them the stately Viceregal Lodge, cherming iron lampposts and Anglo-Saxon names. The Mall, packed with shops and eateries, is the center of attraction, and Scandal Point, associated with the former Maharaja of the Patiala’s escapades, offers a view of distant snowclad peaks.
Overnight at the hotel.

02 : Shimla
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing visit Tara Devi Temple which offers panoramic views, Himachal State Museum has a rich display of the state’s cultural, artistic and archaeological heritage. Institute of Advanced Study which is housed in the former Viceregal Lodge, it was built in 1888.
Afternoon visit Jakhoo Hill (by foot), Shimla’s highest point, other a panoramic view of the town, hills and mountain ranges with spectacular views at sunrise and sunset.
Overnight at the hotel.

03 : Shimla – Manali (270 Kms)
After breakfast drive to Manali enroute visiting Kullu.
The most charming and beautiful Kullu valley spreads out its charm on either side of river Beas. The valley runs north to south of this river and is 80kms long and about 2kms at its broadest. Yet with awe inspiring glens and mossy meadows encircled by the rushing streams and meandering brooks, flung east & west, a fairly wide area is open to the tourists, the trekkers, the mountaineers, the artists and to anyone who wishes to escape the heat & dust of the plains to breathe the exhilarating air of the Himalaya and enjoy the spectacle of the variegated mountain scenery. The valley is also famous for its exquisitely woven colorful handmade shawls and kullu caps.
On arrival in Manali. Check-in at the hotel.
Manali according to the legend was born when the waters of the Great Deluge receded and the seventh Manu’s ark came to the rest on a hillside in this valley. As the earth dried up there came up a place of breathtaking beauty which was named after the great sags. Over the last decade Manali has grown form a back of the beyond Himachal town to a busy tourist destination. Surrounded by towering peaks at arm’s length, Manali’s major asset is its proximity to the snowline, never more than a few hours’ drive from the town nestling at a comfortable 2,050 meters.
Overnight at the hotel.

04 : Manali
After breakfast proceed for excursion to Rothang Pass (Till snow point)
Rothang Pass is the highest point, 4,112m, on the Manali-Keylong road, 51–Km Manali town. It provides a wide panoramic view of mountains rising far above clouds, which is a sight truly breath-taking. It offers only limited skiing opportunities, but trekking possibilities are immense. The pass is open from June to September although trekkers can cross the pass from May. Beyond Rothang Pass lies the remote land perhaps, the stark and haunting landscape of predominantly Buddhist areas. The comparative inaccessibility of the place has helped preserve the pristine culture of the people of the region.
Note: Please note, to visit Rothangpass from Manali you have to arrange local transportation on arrival in Manali as our vehicles are not allowed to go there. We have not included the same in the costing.
Overnight at the hotel.

05 : Manali
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Doongri temple houses Goddess Hadimba (Hirma Devi) has 4 tried pagoda – shaped roof with a doorway carved with figures and symbols. Tibetan Monstary – A new colourful Buddhist temple.
Rest of the day at leisure.Overnight at the hotel.

06 : Manali – Dharamshala by surface (250 Kms / 08 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Dharamshala. On arrival check-in at the hotel.
Dharamshala, popularly known as the Scotland of India, stands on a spur of the Dhauladhar range amidst magnificent deodar and pine forests. It is the district headquarters of Kangra district and is also known as "The Little Lhasa in India". It has everything for a perfect holiday and is full of life and peace. The headquarters of His Holiness the Dalai Lama are here.
Overnight at the hotel.

07 : Dharamsala
After Breakfast, cover official residence of Dalai Lama, Mcleodganj, Bhagsunath temple and Dal Lake .Evening free to explore local market & Kotwai Bazaar.
Overnight stay in Hotel.

08 : Dharamsala – Dalhousie (145 Kms / 04 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Dalhousie. On arrival check-in at the hotel.
Dalhousie is a gateway to the ancient Chamba Hill State, now Chamba District of the state of Himachal Pradesh of India. This hill region is a repository of ancient Hindu culture, art, temples, and handicrafts preserved under the longest-running single dynasty since the mod-6th century. Chamba is the hub of this culture. Bharmour, the ancient capital of this kingdom,is home to the Gaddi and Gujjartribes and has 84c ancient temples dating from the 7th -10th century AD.
Overnight stay at the Hotel.

09 : Dalhousie
After breakfast proceed for sightseeing.
Dalhousie offers various sightseeing options including Kynance, the private residential building of Dharamvirs. Subhash Baoli, is a charming natural spot. St. Andrew Church commonly known as the Church of Scotland was built in the year 1903 at Baloon by Protestant Christians. St. Patricks Church is the largest church in Dalhousie having a seating capacity of 300 persons in its main hall. St. Francis Church was built in the year 1894 from the contributions made by Army and Civil Officers and Civilians.
Shivkul is an Ashram of Vimala Thakur, a re-knowned religious philosopher lady from Gujarat. Dakshina Murti is a yoga institution created by Dr. R. P. Kaushik of Sonepat/Delhi during mid-seventies
Overnight at the hotel.

10 : Dalhousie – Chandigarh by surface (350 Kms / 07 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Chandigarh. On arrival check-in at the hotel.
Union territory and capital of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh is a unique city. The tranquil and pollution-free environs, shorter distances and the sharp contrast between dull exteriors and plush interiors are the delight of Chandigarh’s inhabitants. A great amount of greenery, the Rock Garden, lake and general sense of organization – all make contribute towards making Chandigarh a charming place to visit.
Overnight at the hotel.

11 : Chandigarh – Delhi (238 Kms)
After breakfast visit Pinjore Yadavindra Gardens - 20 kms from Chandigarh on the Pinjore Kalka road. This is a traditional Mughal garden, created in the 17th century by Nawab Fidal Khan, architect to the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb. According to Hindu mythology, the Pandava brothers rested at this place during their exile. The gardens are laid out over more than 100 acres on a sloping site with fountains and pavilions.
Afternoon drive to Delhi. On arrival transfer to Airport to connect flight for onward destination.

End of the programme. Check-in is at 1400 Hrs & check-out time is at 1200 Hrs at the hotels.

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