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Himachal- 'The Land of Himalayas' is the best place for anyone to make memories with their families or friends. Snow-covered majestic mountains and valleys, nature and wildlife, monasteries and orchards, and much more, is what Himachal is all about. The rich history is witnessed in the state since it was ruled by many local rulers and empires. As you enter the state, the cheerful culture welcomes you with a warm hug, as if you are just coming back to your home.

Himachal is popular for the Himalayan hill stations brimming with breathtaking landscapes, ancient religious sites, rich culture, and lots of adventure sports. Fairs and festivals are celebrated in Himachal throughout the year. Forts, palaces, and monasteries narrating the history of this state that is as old as time are abundant in Himachal. Himachal is also known for the apples that grow here and are distributed all over India. All these make Himachal one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. A variety of Himachal tour packages are available for you to choose from, so you should plan your Himachal tour wisely. But, before you opt for a Himachal tour plan, let us look into some more interesting facts about this beautiful state

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2N Shimla | 3N Manali
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Delhi

   Drop Point

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  • Himachal

    Himachal houses some of the most famous tourist hill stations in India, Manali being one of them. With mountains peaks covered with snow throughout the year offering beautiful views, Manali is indeed the 'Lover's Paradise. Popularly known as 'The Amsterdam of India', Kasol is another major tourist attraction in Himachal and is a major hub for trekkers, mountain-climbers, and nature lovers. With its old-world colonial charms, Shimla is among the best traveler’s destinations for honeymooners and families. A beautiful blend of Tibetan and British culture is found in Mcleodganj, also home to the Tibetan spiritual leader, Dalai Lama. Dalhousie is another popular hill station in Himachal, famous for the scenic views of the snow-capped Dhauladhar ranges, jungles, and waterfalls. Manali's sister town, Kullu is another famous tourist spot, known for Dusshera celebrations, temples, and adventure activities. Himachal is thus, home to many tourist spots that are bound to leave your soul rejuvenated.

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  • Day 1 - Chandigarh to Shimla-Local sightseeing

    As per your traveling choice, we will receive you at the Chandigah Bus Stand or  Railway Station or Airport and take you to Shimla, the Queen of Hills. After 8- 9 hrs you will reach Shimla. Next check in at the hotel if you have time then  visit to sightseeing at Shimla. Attractions include The Mall, ridge, Christ  church, lakkar bazaar , scandal point, and Kalibari Temple Later, an  enjoyable overnight stay

  • Day 2 - Shimla - Kufri - Naldehra Full Day

    After breakfast in the morning, you will travel to Kufri for sightseeing. The  place is regarded as one of the most preferable excursion spots for tourists  and travelers visiting Shimla. With an altitude of over 2,600 meter, Kufri  offers a number of attractions, including Green Valley, Indira Tourist Park,  Mini Zoo and Fagu Valley and also you can enjoy their Adventure activities  like paragliding Horse riding, zip lining, rock climbing, yak riding etc on  direct payment basis, Next stop is Naldehera, where one can enjoy horse  riding and strolling in the famous 18-hole golf course. The golf course is  considered to be one of the challenging golf courses across India. While  returning back to the Hotel. Sum up the day with a delectable dinner and  overnight stay at the hotel

  • Day 3 - Shimla –Kullu –Manali

    Manali is a serene hill station situated at an altitude of 1,929 meters. After breakfast, you will head for Manali. On the way, you will enjoy a number of  locations, namely Sunder nagar lake, Shawl factory, Pandoh Dam and the  Kullu Valley ALSO YOU CAN ENJOY RIVER RAFTING. After sightseeing at  Kullu, then go for manali on arrival, check into the hotel and overnight  stay.

  • Day 4 - Manali Local Sightseeing

    Start the day with breakfast and then visit Manali for sightseeing. Attractions include the 450-year-old rustic Hadimba Temple, famous for its intricate use  of a 4-tiered pagoda roof, and Club House, Visit the Tibetan Monastery for buying handicrafts and strolling in the picturesque Vashisht Valley, also  known for its hot sulphur springs. Spend rest of the evening strolling in the  bustling Manali market before enjoying scrumptious dinner at the hotel and  staying overnight.

  • Day 5 - Manali – Solang Valley

    Enjoy a full day excursion to the Solang Valley Here, you can enjoy a number of adventure sports, ranging from skiing to paragliding, Zorbing, hot air  balloon, cable car ropeway , Ziplining on a direct payment  basis. Afterwards, have dinner at the hotel and stay overnight. Note: Access to Rohtang Pass depends on weather conditions and NGT permissions.  Rohtang charges will be extra

  • Day 6 - Manali – Chandigarh

    After breakfast checkout from the hotel then drop at Chandigarh railway station /airport and bid you farewell and best of the journey for your return journey. This is the end of your tour

Inclusions
  • Accommodation – 05Nights 06Days. 
  • Daily tea 05breakfast, 05dinner at hotel. 
  • Sightseeing by individual selected vehicle as per itinerary. 
  • All fuel, parking, taxes, driver charges, driver allowances. 
  • Pick and drop facility. 
  • Tea Coffee Maker in the room 
  • Free wifi facility.

Exclusions
  • Any monument entry fees / camera fees. 
  • Any meal, which is not mentioned above. 
  • Any activities and Personal Expense 
  • Room heating
  • 5% GST Extra 

What are some of the interesting facts about Himachal?

·        Shimla in Himachal is also known as the 'Queen of Hills'.

·        Himachal changes its capital according to seasons- Shimla is the summer capital and Dharamshala is the winter capital.

·        Khajjar in Himachal has a lake with an island floating in its center.

·        Malana, the 'village of taboos' is known for not allowing the visitors to touch the resident's house, walls, or belongings.

·        Did you know? The Toy Train or the Kalka-Shimla train is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

·        The Shigiri Glacier in Himachal is the largest in Asia.

·        The Chail cricket ground in Chail, Himachal is known as the highest cricket ground in the world.

·        Himachal's almost every village has its own Gods and Goddesses.

Thus, Himachal Pradesh is not only home to diverse tourist spots, but also to various interesting facts, that make the state more intriguing.

What can you do in Himachal?

Resting in the laps of the Western Ghats, Himachal Pradesh not only has breathtaking landscapes but also offers some exhilarating activities. A trek to Triund Hill is one of the major activities, tourists visiting Himachal do. Explore the 'Mini-Switzerland', Khajjiar Lake, and rejuvenate your senses. If you want to explore the rich wildlife of Himachal, The Great Himalayan National Park might be the best place. Naldehra Golf courses allow you to test your golfing skills. Other activities like Heli-skiing, camping, paragliding, river-rafting can also be enjoyed in Himachal. Or you can just walk along the streets of this beautiful state and relish the Himachal cuisine to satisfy your taste buds.

What is Himachal cuisine?

The cuisine of Himachal is very similar to the North-Indian cuisine but with a blend of Tibetan and Punjabi cuisine that adds a twist to the taste. Dals, Rice, Roti, Sabzi comprise the staple meal of Himachal. Red Meat is a favorite of the cuisine, with rich gravies prepared with an elaborate process and unlimited spices. Spicy Lotus stems, Aloo palda, Sidu, Patande, Khatta Kali Daal, are some of the popular Himachal foods. The twist if Tibetan cuisine brings with it Momos and Thukpas to the Himachal Cuisine. If you are a foodie, do visit the Food Festival of Dham hosted in Himachal, where you can witness the richness of the local cuisine.

What is the best time to visit Himachal?

Himachal Pradesh can be visited during Winters as well as Summers. Winters in Himachal brings with it the beautiful "snow-scapes" with snow activities like skiing and ice-skating. Ideally, the best time to visit Himachal is during Spring and Summer, i.e between February and June. During summers, the temperature is ideal for sightseeing, and you can enjoy many adventure activities like paragliding, camping, and trekking. Monsoons in Himachal should be avoided since the land becomes prone to landslides and accidents. Thus, you should plan your Himachal tour in a season when you can enjoy the most out of it.

How to reach Himachal?

Himachal Pradesh is connected through roadways to every part of the country. Several government and private buses run throughout the state. Flights from Chandigarh and Delhi connect to Himachal at three domestic airports, in Shimla, Kangra, and Kullu. The Kalka-Shimla 'Toy Train' is the best way to reach Himachal through railways.

What are the festivals celebrated in Himachal?

Himachal is very popular for the numerous festivals that are celebrated throughout the year. With elaborate rituals and celebrations that are unique to the land, the fairs and festivals give an insight into the rich culture, tradition, and history of Himachal. Some of the important festivals that are celebrated here with great enthusiasm and zeal are the Lohri festival, Dusshera in Kullu, Lohra Festival, Basant Panchami, Halda Festival, and Summer Festival. Other than these unique festivals, festivals that are celebrated in the rest of the country, like Diwali and Holi are also celebrated in Himachal with great zeal

What is the median accommodation budget of Himachal?

Himachal offers a variety of hotels for the tourists, from backpackers' hostels at INR500 to family accommodation at a budget of INR2,500 to INR7000. For luxury five-star resorts, the budget comes from around INR15,000 to as high as INR22,000, depending on the luxuries and amenities available. Meals are comparatively cheaper in Himachal, ranging from INR400 to INR1000, for a day. Usually, hotels in Himachal tour packages include complimentary breakfast, so you can dine out in restaurants for lunch and dinner.

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   Starting Point

Delhi

   Drop Point

Delhi

  • Day 1 - Delhi-Shimla

    • On arrival at Airport/Railway Station you will meet assistant and driver to Shimla.
    • On arrival at Shimla, check-into the hotel.
    • Overnight stay at hotel in Shimla.

  • Day 2 - Shimla Local/Kufri

    • This day after breakfast proceeds in and around sightseeing of shimla, visit kufri.
    • India's one of the best holiday paradise Kufri in Shimla is beautifully tucked on an altitude of 2,622 meters. The place is a tourist hotspot for its awesome scenic and sports activities.
    • Evening free to stroll in the famous shopping place of Shimla town – “THE MALL & THE RIDGE” This large open space in the heart of town presents excellent views of the mountain ranges.
    • Overnight stay at the Hotel in Shimla.

  • Day 3 - Shimla-Manali

    • After breakfast leave for Manali, on the way sight-seeing like Kullu, Sunder Nagar Lake, Pandoh Dam, Vaishno Devi Temple.
    • Overnight stay in Manali.

  • Day 4 - Manali-Local

    • After breakfast proceed to local sightseeing of manali.
    • Today's sightseeing includes Hadimba Temple, built in 1953 with a superbly crafted four tiered pagoda roof, it is famous for its exquisitely carved doorway.
    • The clubhouse with its comprehensive facilities including roller skating rink, an auditorium, billiards rooms, a library, a bar and restaurant makes wonderful outings for the day.
    • Tibetan Monastery, Van Vihar and Vashist are well known for their Hot Springs. There are old temples dedicated to the sage Vashistha and to lord Rama.
    • Overnight stay at Manali.

  • Day 5 - Manali Solang Valley

    • After having an early breakfast, ready for a full day Solang valley. About Solang Valley Solang Valley in Manali is located at a distance of 13 km in a side valley at the top of the kullu valley is a splendid valley between Solang village and beas kund. Solang Valley offers the view of glacier and snow capped mountains and peaks. Solang Valley has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute of Manali has installed a ski lift for training purpose. Located here is a hut and guest house of the Mountaineering and Allied sports Institute, Manali. Now a few hotels have also come up. The winter skiing festival is organized in Solang Valley. Skiing and Paragliding are two main activities organized here. Apart from this many other adventure sports are available like Zorbing, Horse riding, Snow MotorBike riding etc”.
    • Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Day 6 - Manali-Chandigarh Departure

    • Wake up in the morning and after having delicious breakfast Check out from the Hotel.
    • Finally say goodbye to Manali and drive to Chandigarh carrying beautiful memories of the trip.
    • Drop at Chandigarh Airport /railway station to catch onward Flights/trains.

Inclusions

Assistance on arrival.

Accommodation as per package.

MAP Meal Plan (Includes: Breakfast & Dinner)

Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary..

Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour.

Check in & Check out at 12 Noon. (Early arrival & Late departure subject to availability).

Inclusive of all the Taxes(Parking,

Toll Tax,Luxury Tax,Green Tax,Fuel Exp., and Driver Exp.etc


Exclusions

Heater charge will be extra.

Any Monument Entry Fees/camera fees.

Any meal, which is not mentioned above.

Any guide charges.

5%Gst.

Any air / train fare.


Hotels

Shimla- Royal Vista /Moon Lake Hotel/Similar 
Manali- Jamla Inn/Jamla Regency/Similar 

What are some of the interesting facts about Shimla?

The only ice-skating rink in Southeast Asia is present in Shimla.

Do you know, why the Scandal Point got its name? According to rumors, the Maharaja of Patiala had eloped with the daughter of a British Viceroy, which caused a huge commotion, and the name "scandal point" arose.

The Kalka Tunnel 33 houses many haunted tales. One such tale is that the ghost of the engineer who built the tunnel is roaming around. Did you get the shivers?

The statue of Lord Hanuman in the Jakhu Temple is one of the tallest statues in the world.

What is the best time to visit Shimla?

March to June is considered the best time to visit Shimla since the weather is pleasant and the temperature is ideal for sightseeing tours. If you want to experience snow in Shimla and indulge in the snow activities, November to February might be the best time to visit Shimla. Heavy downpours during monsoons can cause flash floods and landslides causing hindrance to mobility, so it is best to avoid visiting Shimla during monsoons.

How to reach Shimla?

Shimla can be reached by railways, roads, and airways. The nearest major airport for Shimla is in Chandigarh, which is connected to all the major cities of the country. Although the Jubarhatti Airport is just 25 km away from Shimla, this airport functions with limited flights, so it is best to travel from Chandigarh. The Chandigarh-Shimla highway is well-developed and in a good condition. Thus, Chandigarh is the best connecting spot for traveling to Shimla. The nearest major railway station is Kalka, from where you can either take the local bus, taxi, or the Shimla-Kalka toy train.

What can you do in Shimla?

There are plenty of choices for activities you can do in Shimla. Watching the sunset on the balcony of your hotel room with a book and a cup of tea is the best activity for an introvert like me. But for the adventure seekers, paragliding, river-rafting, trekking, skiing, mountain climbing, cycling, and ice-skating are some of the exciting activities. Avid shoppers can also enjoy shopping in Shimla, since markets like the Mall Road and the Tibetan Market, offer Himachali Handicrafts and Tibetan winter wear at very reasonable prices. Shimla never discriminates among its visitors and offers something for everyone. For the food-lovers, the cuisine of Shimla is bound to be satisfying.

What to pack when traveling to Shimla?

The shops in Shimla have everything you might need for daily use, but the present pandemic situation makes it necessary to carry with your masks, sanitizers, and personal hygiene kits, to protect yourselves from the risk of infections. You must also carry a Vaccine Certificate to prove that you have been vaccinated, along with other important documents like Id proofs. Since Shimla has low temperatures, woolen clothes and socks are must-haves while planning your Shimla tour. Exploring Shimla requires a lot of walking, so comfortable shoes are also advised to be carried. Other than these, sunglasses, sunscreens, and prescription medicines can be carried.

What is the budget of a Shimla tour package?

The budget of a tour to Shimla depends on your spending habits the most. Hotels in Shimla costs in the range of INR1500 to INR12,000 depending on the luxuries provided by the hotels. Meals prices range from INR300 to INR1500 per meal. Taxis take around INR1000-1200 per tour. Thus, a trip to Shimla may cost you around INR20,000 to INR50,000, depending on the luxuries provided by the hotels. Meals prices range from INR300 to INR1500 per meal. Taxis take around INR1000-1200 per tour. Thus, a trip to Shimla may cost you around INR20,000 to INR50,000, depending on the luxuries you are cravin

How to reach Manali?

An overnight bus tour from Chandigarh or Delhi is the best way to reach Manali. The nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar is 50kms away, and the route to Manali is narrow-gauge, which makes it incredibly slow to reach Manali. Chandigarh and Ambala are the nearest broad-gauge railways stations, from where buses are available at quite cheap rates. Also 50 km away, is the nearest airport and that is in Bhuntar. Manali can also be reached from the Leh-Manali route, but it is open only in summer for 4-5 months.

What can you do in Manali?

Taking a walk through the streets of Old Manali, soaking yourself in the serene landscape, and shopping the local souvenirs there can be the best thing to do for an introvert like me. But, Manali offers activities to do for everyone- from nature lovers to adventure seekers. River-rafting, paragliding, skiing are available for those who crave the adrenaline rush. You can also heal spiritually by visiting the peaceful Hidimba Temple. Jogini waterfalls can heal any fatigued soul and mind, with their pristine waters. You can go mountain-biking, sled-riding, skiing on the vast snow dessert of the Rohtang Pass. Soak yourself in the holy water, to get away from the stress of daily life in the Vashist Baths.

What is the best time to visit Manali?

With the pleasant climate, bright flowers in their full bloom, and nature at its finest, October to June is the best time to visit Manali. If you want to experience snowfall in Manali, you should visit from December to February. With the temperature dipping to below zero, Manali becomes a snow-laden paradise on earth during this time of the year. Monsoons should be avoided while you prepare your Manali tour package, since the landslides and road blockages, cause hindrances.

What is the cuisine found in Manali?

Manali has countless restaurants, cafes, and bars with a rich variety and delicious food on their menu, which will leave your taste buds satisfied. Italian, Chinese, Korean, Continental, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Popular Tibetan momos- you name them and you get them in Manali. The cafes serving Pizzas, burgers, banana pancakes, momos, and many others cater to the younger crowds as well. You can also indulge in delicious street foods like samosas, aloo tikkis, bread pakodas, pav bhaaji, gulab jamun, and other street foods that fill the streets with its exotic aromas.

What are the fairs and festivals celebrated in Manali?

Winter Carnival in Manali is celebrated here with immense zeal and enthusiasm. Celebrated in the first week of January, the carnival displays the folk culture by the local artists enticing everyone. The Dhungri Fair is another important fair celebrated in Manali in the Hidimba Devi Temple, showing glimpses of the rich culture of the region. Other than these, Holi, Diwali, Navratri, and other festivals that are celebrated in other parts kf the country, are also celebrated here in Manali with great enthusiasm.

What to pack while visiting Manali?

Since Manali is situated at a higher altitude, the temperature is always on the lower side, thus making it compulsory to carry with you comfortable and warm woolen clothes. Good rubber-soled shoes will help you to walk in the snow, so it is advised to carry them with you. Id proofs are also required to visit some areas of the town. The Covid-19 situation has also made it compulsory to carry with your masks, sanitizers, and personal hygiene kits with you always. You should also carry a Vaccine completion certificate with you to prove you have completed all your covid vaccines. Other than these, carrying sunscreens, power banks, and personal medications are also advised.

What is the median Manali accommodation package?

Manali offers a wide range of hotels for accommodation, from luxury hotels to cheap guesthouses, from OYOs to Airbnbs. The average accommodation cost can range from INR1000 to INR4000 per person per night. Normally, hotels add food costs in their hotel rate charts, but if you want to dine at restaurants, many types of restaurants with good food at cheap rates are also available. The food budget ranges from INR300 to INR1500 per person.


Once the summer capital of British India, Shimla, is today one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, for honeymooners and families alike. Nestled in the Himalayas, Shimla is beautiful all year round-Summer reveals the lush green mountains while winters witness the snow-laden hilltops. With surrounding cities like Kulla and Manali, this capital city of Himachal Pradesh, still has a colonial architecture with numerous cafes, and shopping malls, making it the travelers’ paradise.

The 'Queen of Hills', Shimla offers to its visitors everything one can wish for. Beautiful majestic hills, covered with pine and oak trees; pristine waterfalls; paragliding, water rafting, camping, trekking, and mountain cycling, and many other adventure activities; the famous Mall Road with cafes and restaurants with the European feels; Temples, situated on the hills, for those who seek spiritual healing and an extravagant natural life with popular wildlife spots, Shimla offers a plethora of attractions for the travelers. Shimla, with its natural beauty, scenic views, and cozy atmosphere, is also a famous tourist place for newlyweds. A variety of packages for your Shimla tour is available, including Shimla tour packages for couples, but before you start choosing the best plan for your Shimla tour, let us find out some more interesting things about Shimla.

Resting in the laps of the Himalayas is situated the serene city of Manali, often called "The Lover's Paradise". It is often said that nature can be the best medicine for the fatigued mind and soul, and this is why Manali became the most visited tourist destination during this stressful Covid-19 pandemic situation. With an abundance of ambient cafes, good wifi connectivity, and convenient cheap eateries amidst the serenity of nature, youngsters looking for longer stays -"workstation", have chosen Manali over and over again.

Manali is a town that shows you how to have a good time. Trekking across the tracks filled with pine trees alongside the snow-laden mountains, visiting the holy Hadimba Devi Temple, or just doing nothing and rejuvenating yourself, Manali offers you a lot of options to choose from. Thus, before visiting this beautiful town, choose your Manali tour package from Mumbai or any other city, wisely. But, before you choose your holiday package for this serene paradise, let us see what else Manali has to offer.


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Delhi-Manali-Delhi
   Starting Point

Delhi

   Drop Point

Delhi

  • Day 1 - Delhi-Manali

    • Mode of travel by-Volvo Bus. Guest must reach Majnu ka Tilla by 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM.
    • From there proceed for Manali by Volvo.
    • This will be an Overnight journey(10-11) hrs.

  • Day 2 - Manali Local

    • After freshening up, proceed to half day city tour of Manali sightseeing (Hadimba temple, Vashist river rafting Temple hot spring water, Van Vihar, the mall road, and Tibetan Monastery).
    • Overnight stay at a hotel in Manali.

  • Day 3 - Manali-Solang Valley

    • After having an early breakfast, ready for a full day Solang valley. About Solang Valley Solang Valley in Manali is located at a distance of 13 km in a side valley at the top of the kullu valley is a splendid valley between Solang village and beas kund. Solang Valley offers the view of glacier and snow capped mountains and peaks. Solang Valley has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute of Manali has installed a ski lift for training purpose. Located here is a hut and guest house of the Mountaineering and Allied sports Institute, Manali. Now a few hotels have also come up. The winter skiing festival is organized in Solang Valley. Skiing and Paragliding are two main activities organized here. Apart from this many other adventure sports are available like Zorbing, Horse riding, Snow MotorBike riding etc”.
    • Overnight stay at the hotel

  • Day 4 - Manali-Naggar Castle

    • After breakfast Manali to Naggar Castle.
    • Overnight stay at hotel in Manali.

  • Day 5 - Manali-Delhi Departure

    After breakfast, Check-out from the hotel.

    You can enjoy shopping on mall roads and local sightseeing of old Manali.

    By the evening we will drop you at Manali for the further journey by Volvo(6pm) and go back with sweet memories.


Inclusions

Assistance on arrival.

Accommodation as per package.

MAP Meal Plan (Includes: Breakfast & Dinner)

Transportservicesbyanexclusivevehicleasperitinerary.

Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour.

Check in & Check out at 12 Noon. (Early arrival & Late departure subject to availability)

 Inclusive of all the Taxes(Parking,Toll Tax,Luxury Tax,Green Tax,Fuel Exp.,

and Driver Exp.etc.


Exclusions

Heater charge will be extra.

Any Monument Entry Fees/camera fees.

Any meal, which is not mentioned above.

Any guide charges.

5%Gst.

Any air / train fare.


Hotels

Manali- Jamla Inn/Jamla Retreat/Jamla Regency/Similar 

How to reach Manali?

An overnight bus tour from Chandigarh or Delhi is the best way to reach Manali. The nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar is 50kms away, and the route to Manali is narrow-gauge, which makes it incredibly slow to reach Manali. Chandigarh and Ambala are the nearest broad-gauge railways stations, from where buses are available at quite cheap rates. Also 50 km away, is the nearest airport and that is in Bhuntar. Manali can also be reached from the Leh-Manali route, but it is open only in summer for 4-5 months.

What can you do in Manali?

Taking a walk through the streets of Old Manali, soaking yourself in the serene landscape, and shopping the local souvenirs there can be the best thing to do for an introvert like me. But, Manali offers activities to do for everyone- from nature lovers to adventure seekers. River-rafting, paragliding, skiing are available for those who crave the adrenaline rush. You can also heal spiritually by visiting the peaceful Hidimba Temple. Jogini waterfalls can heal any fatigued soul and mind, with their pristine waters. You can go mountain-biking, sled-riding, skiing on the vast snow dessert of the Rohtang Pass. Soak yourself in the holy water, to get away from the stress of daily life in the Vashist Baths.

What is the best time to visit Manali?

With the pleasant climate, bright flowers in their full bloom, and nature at its finest, October to June is the best time to visit Manali. If you want to experience snowfall in Manali, you should visit from December to February. With the temperature dipping to below zero, Manali becomes a snow-laden paradise on earth during this time of the year. Monsoons should be avoided while you prepare your Manali tour package, since the landslides and road blockages, cause hindrances.

What is the cuisine found in Manali?

Manali has countless restaurants, cafes, and bars with a rich variety and delicious food on their menu, which will leave your taste buds satisfied. Italian, Chinese, Korean, Continental, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Popular Tibetan momos- you name them and you get them in Manali. The cafes serving Pizzas, burgers, banana pancakes, momos, and many others cater to the younger crowds as well. You can also indulge in delicious street foods like samosas, aloo tikkis, bread pakodas, pav bhaaji, gulab jamun, and other street foods that fill the streets with its exotic aromas.

What are the fairs and festivals celebrated in Manali?

Winter Carnival in Manali is celebrated here with immense zeal and enthusiasm. Celebrated in the first week of January, the carnival displays the folk culture by the local artists enticing everyone. The Dhungri Fair is another important fair celebrated in Manali in the Hidimba Devi Temple, showing glimpses of the rich culture of the region. Other than these, Holi, Diwali, Navratri, and other festivals that are celebrated in other parts kf the country, are also celebrated here in Manali with great enthusiasm.

What to pack while visiting Manali?

Since Manali is situated at a higher altitude, the temperature is always on the lower side, thus making it compulsory to carry with you comfortable and warm woolen clothes. Good rubber-soled shoes will help you to walk in the snow, so it is advised to carry them with you. Id proofs are also required to visit some areas of the town. The Covid-19 situation has also made it compulsory to carry with your masks, sanitizers, and personal hygiene kits with you always. You should also carry a Vaccine completion certificate with you to prove you have completed all your covid vaccines. Other than these, carrying sunscreens, power banks, and personal medications are also advised.

What is the median Manali accommodation package?

Manali offers a wide range of hotels for accommodation, from luxury hotels to cheap guesthouses, from OYOs to Airbnbs. The average accommodation cost can range from INR1000 to INR4000 per person per night. Normally, hotels add food costs in their hotel rate charts, but if you want to dine at restaurants, many types of restaurants with good food at cheap rates are also available. The food budget ranges from INR300 to INR1500 per


Resting in the laps of the Himalayas is situated the serene city of Manali, often called "The Lover's Paradise". It is often said that nature can be the best medicine for the fatigued mind and soul, and this is why Manali became the most visited tourist destination during this stressful Covid-19 pandemic situation. With an abundance of ambient cafes, good wifi connectivity, and convenient cheap eateries amidst the serenity of nature, youngsters looking for longer stays -"workstation", have chosen Manali over and over again.

Manali is a town that shows you how to have a good time. Trekking across the tracks filled with pine trees alongside the snow-laden mountains, visiting the holy Hadimba Devi Temple, or just doing nothing and rejuvenating yourself, Manali offers you a lot of options to choose from. Thus, before visiting this beautiful town, choose your Manali tour package from Mumbai or any other city, wisely. But, before you choose your holiday package for this serene paradise, let us see what else Manali has to offer.


Hotel
Hotel
Transport
Transport
Breakfast
Breakfast
Dinner
Dinner
Continental Plan
Continental Plan
Delhi-Dharamshala-Dalhousie-Delhi
   Starting Point

Delhi

   Drop Point

Delhi

  • Day 01 - Delhi - Dharamshala

    On arrival at Delhi airport drive for Dharamshala..

    On the way, view of snow covered Dhauladhar Ranges and amazing views of hills.

    Overnight stay in hotel at Dharamshala


  • Day 02 - Dharamshala- Local Mcleodganj- Dharamshala

    After a Leisurely breakfast, drive closer to the panoramic Dhauladhar ranges and upto the enchanting town of Dharamshala.

    After settling into the resort, explore the town, replete with tibetan culture and the residence of his holiness, The Dalai Lama imbibe the magic of the ‘ White Ranges’ and of history and nature as much as you can while visiting the Tibetan Monastery, St. John’s Church in the Wilderness.

    Mcleodganj is a famous little town of Dharamshala also known as “ Little Lhasa”.

    Overnight Stay.

  • Day 03 - Dharamshala-Dalhousie

    After breakfast leave for Dalhousie. After breakfast leave for Dalhousie.

    Overnight Stay at a hotel at Dalhousie.

    “DALHOUSIE: -In western Himachal Pradesh,the hill station of Dalhousie is full of old world charm and holds lingering echoes of the Raj era. It covers an area of 14 sq. km. and is built on five hills -Kathlog, Patreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun. It is named after the British governor General of the 19th century,Lord Dalhousie.The town's average height is 2036m,and is surrounded by varied vegetation-pines,deodars,oaks and flowering rhododendron. Dalhousie has charming colonial architecture, including some beautiful churches.

    Its location presents panoramic views of the plains and like a long silver line, the river Ravi twists and turns below Dalhousie. The spectacular snow-covered Dhauladhar mountains a real so visible form this enchanting town”.

  • Day 04 - Dalhousie-Khajjar-Dalhousie

    Today, we proceed to Khajjiar. Khajjiar is part of the notified Kalatop – Khajjiar sanctuary.

    The Monal Pheasant, a bird which was fairly common till recent times has become relatively difficult to spot nowadays but this species can be spotted here. Check-in at the hotel in Dalhousie for overnight stay. ABOUT KHAJJIAR Often called India's Switzerland, the exquisite glade of Khajjiar (1960m) has a circumference of about 5 km.

    Along its fringes, thick forests of deodar climb the slopes,the snow-line rests above these woods.At Khajjiar there is a 12th century temple dedicated to KhajjI Nag. Within the temple are life size wooden images of the five Pandav brothers.

    Overnight stay at Dalhousie.

  • Day 05 - Dalhousie-Delhi (by road)

    After taking breakfast Checkout from the hotel drive to Delhi airport and railway station catch onwards Flight/Train & back to home with sweet memories.

Inclusions
  • Accommodation quad sharing basis.
  • Meals will be veg/ non veg
  • All transfers & sightseeing as per itinerary in Tempo Traveller basis
  • All toll taxes, parking fees & driver’s allowances
  • All applicable hotel taxes
  • Pick and drop at Mumbai Central/Bandra Railway Station.


Exclusions
  • Heater charge will be extra.
  • Any monumententry fees/camera fees.
  • Any meal, which is not mentioned above.
  • Any guide charges.
  • 5%Gst.
  • Any air /train fare.

What are some of the interesting facts about Himachal?

  • · Shimla in Himachal is also known as the 'Queen of Hills'.
  • · Himachal changes its capital according to seasons- Shimla is the summer capital and Dharamshala is the winter capital.
  • · Khajjar in Himachal has a lake with an island floating in its center.
  • · Malana, the 'village of taboos' is known for not allowing the visitors to touch the resident's house, walls, or belongings.
  • · Did you know? The Toy Train or the Kalka-Shimla train is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • · The Shigiri Glacier in Himachal is the largest in Asia.
  • · The Chail cricket ground in Chail, Himachal is known as the highest cricket ground in the world.
  • · Himachal's almost every village has its own Gods and Goddesses.

Thus, Himachal Pradesh is not only home to diverse tourist spots, but also to various interesting facts, that make the state more intriguing.

What can you do in Himachal?

Resting in the laps of the Western Ghats, Himachal Pradesh not only has breathtaking landscapes but also offers some exhilarating activities. A trek to Triund Hill is one of the major activities, tourists visiting Himachal do. Explore the 'Mini-Switzerland', Khajjiar Lake, and rejuvenate your senses. If you want to explore the rich wildlife of Himachal, The Great Himalayan National Park might be the best place. Naldehra Golf courses allow you to test your golfing skills. Other activities like Heli-skiing, camping, paragliding, river-rafting can also be enjoyed in Himachal. Or you can just walk along the streets of this beautiful state and relish the Himachal cuisine to satisfy your taste buds.

What is Himachal cuisine?

The cuisine of Himachal is very similar to the North-Indian cuisine but with a blend of Tibetan and Punjabi cuisine that adds a twist to the taste. Dals, Rice, Roti, Sabzi comprise the staple meal of Himachal. Red Meat is a favorite of the cuisine, with rich gravies prepared with an elaborate process and unlimited spices. Spicy Lotus stems, Aloo palda, Sidu, Patande, Khatta Kali Daal, are some of the popular Himachal foods. The twist if Tibetan cuisine brings with it Momos and Thukpas to the Himachal Cuisine. If you are a foodie, do visit the Food Festival of Dham hosted in Himachal, where you can witness the richness of the local cuisine.

What is the best time to visit Himachal?

Himachal Pradesh can be visited during Winters as well as Summers. Winters in Himachal brings with it the beautiful "snow-scapes" with snow activities like skiing and ice-skating. Ideally, the best time to visit Himachal is during Spring and Summer, i.e between February and June. During summers, the temperature is ideal for sightseeing, and you can enjoy many adventure activities like paragliding, camping, and trekking. Monsoons in Himachal should be avoided since the land becomes prone to landslides and accidents. Thus, you should plan your Himachal tour in a season when you can enjoy the most out of it.

How to reach Himachal?

Himachal Pradesh is connected through roadways to every part of the country. Several government and private buses run throughout the state. Flights from Chandigarh and Delhi connect to Himachal at three domestic airports, in Shimla, Kangra, and Kullu. The Kalka-Shimla 'Toy Train' is the best way to reach Himachal through railways.

What are the festivals celebrated in Himachal?

Himachal is very popular for the numerous festivals that are celebrated throughout the year. With elaborate rituals and celebrations that are unique to the land, the fairs and festivals give an insight into the rich culture, tradition, and history of Himachal. Some of the important festivals that are celebrated here with great enthusiasm and zeal are the Lohri festival, Dusshera in Kullu, Lohra Festival, Basant Panchami, Halda Festival, and Summer Festival. Other than these unique festivals, festivals that are celebrated in the rest of the country, like Diwali and Holi are also celebrated in Himachal with great zeal

What is the median accommodation budget of Himachal?

Himachal offers a variety of hotels for the tourists, from backpackers' hostels at INR500 to family accommodation at a budget of INR2,500 to INR7000. For luxury five-star resorts, the budget comes from around INR15,000 to as high as INR22,000, depending on the luxuries and amenities available. Meals are comparatively cheaper in Himachal, ranging from INR400 to INR1000, for a day. Usually, hotels in Himachal tour packages include complimentary breakfast, so you can dine out in restaurants for lunch and dinner.

Hotel
Hotel
Transport
Transport
Breakfast
Breakfast
Dinner
Dinner
Continental Plan
Continental Plan
Chandigarh-Manali-Kasol-Chandigarh
   Starting Point

Chandigarh

   Drop Point

Chandigarh

  • Day 1 - Chandigarh-Manali

    • On arrival at Chandigarh Airport / Railway Station you will meet driver cum assistant for your manali journey.
    • Evening free for leisure.
    • Dinner & Overnight stay in hotel.

  • Day 2 - Manali Local

    • After breakfast proceed to local sightseeing of manali.
    • Today's sightseeing includes Hadimba Temple, built in 1953 with a superbly crafted four tiered pagoda roof, it is famous for its exquisitely carved doorway.
    • The clubhouse with its comprehensive facilities including roller skating rink, an auditorium, billiards rooms, a library, a bar and restaurant makes wonderful outings for the day.
    • Tibetan Monastery, Van Vihar and Vashist are well known for their Hot Springs. There are old temples dedicated to the sage Vashistha and to lord Rama.
    • Overnight stay at Manali.

  • Day 3 - Manali-Solang Valley

    • After having an early breakfast, ready for a full day Solang valley. About Solang Valley Solang Valley in Manali is located at a distance of 13 km in a side valley at the top of the kullu valley is a splendid valley between Solang village and beas kund. Solang Valley offers the view of glacier and snow capped mountains and peaks. Solang Valley has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute of Manali has installed a ski lift for training purpose. Located here is a hut and guest house of the Mountaineering and Allied sports Institute, Manali. Now a few hotels have also come up. The winter skiing festival is organized in Solang Valley. Skiing and Paragliding are two main activities organized here. Apart from this many other adventure sports are available like Zorbing, Horse riding, Snow MotorBike riding etc”.
    • Overnight stay at the hotel

  • Day 4 - Manali-Kasol

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Post breakfast checkout & drive to Kasol by road.
    • En-route you have the option to do Paragliding & White water rafting (at your own cost). ∙ Later after Manikaran visit check in the riverside camping.
    • Evening free to explore the local town & market at own by walk.
    • Sightseeing for Kasol: - Manikaran Sahib, Parvati River, Shiva Temple, Ram Temple.
    • Dinner & Overnight stay at Camp.

  • Day 5 - Kasol-Chandigarh Departure

    • Wake up in the morning and after having delicious breakfast Check out from the Camp.
    • Finally say goodbye to Kasol and drive to Chandigarh carrying beautiful memories of the trip.
    • Drop at Chandigarh Flight/Train & back to home with sweet memories!!!!!!!!!

Inclusions

Assistance on arrival.

Accommodation as per package.

MAP Meal Plan (Includes: Breakfast & Dinner)

Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary..

Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour.

Check in & Check out at 12 Noon. (Early arrival & Late departure subject to availability).

Inclusive of all the Taxes(Parking,

Toll Tax,Luxury Tax,Green Tax,Fuel Exp., and Driver Exp.etc


Exclusions

Heater charge will be extra.

Any Monument Entry Fees/camera fees.

Any meal, which is not mentioned above.

Any guide charges.

5%Gst.

Any air / train fare.


Hotels


Manali- Nery’s Cottage Manali(A Riverside Boutique Cottage)/Similar 
Kasol- Riverside Swiss Camps/Similar 

How to reach Manali?

An overnight bus tour from Chandigarh or Delhi is the best way to reach Manali. The nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar is 50kms away, and the route to Manali is narrow-gauge, which makes it incredibly slow to reach Manali. Chandigarh and Ambala are the nearest broad-gauge railways stations, from where buses are available at quite cheap rates. Also 50 km away, is the nearest airport and that is in Bhuntar. Manali can also be reached from the Leh-Manali route, but it is open only in summer for 4-5 months.

What can you do in Manali?

Taking a walk through the streets of Old Manali, soaking yourself in the serene landscape, and shopping the local souvenirs there can be the best thing to do for an introvert like me. But, Manali offers activities to do for everyone- from nature lovers to adventure seekers. River-rafting, paragliding, skiing are available for those who crave the adrenaline rush. You can also heal spiritually by visiting the peaceful Hidimba Temple. Jogini waterfalls can heal any fatigued soul and mind, with their pristine waters. You can go mountain-biking, sled-riding, skiing on the vast snow dessert of the Rohtang Pass. Soak yourself in the holy water, to get away from the stress of daily life in the Vashist Baths.

What is the best time to visit Manali?

With the pleasant climate, bright flowers in their full bloom, and nature at its finest, October to June is the best time to visit Manali. If you want to experience snowfall in Manali, you should visit from December to February. With the temperature dipping to below zero, Manali becomes a snow-laden paradise on earth during this time of the year. Monsoons should be avoided while you prepare your Manali tour package, since the landslides and road blockages, cause hindrances.

What is the cuisine found in Manali?

Manali has countless restaurants, cafes, and bars with a rich variety and delicious food on their menu, which will leave your taste buds satisfied. Italian, Chinese, Korean, Continental, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and Popular Tibetan momos- you name them and you get them in Manali. The cafes serving Pizzas, burgers, banana pancakes, momos, and many others cater to the younger crowds as well. You can also indulge in delicious street foods like samosas, aloo tikkis, bread pakodas, pav bhaaji, gulab jamun, and other street foods that fill the streets with its exotic aromas.

What are the fairs and festivals celebrated in Manali?

Winter Carnival in Manali is celebrated here with immense zeal and enthusiasm. Celebrated in the first week of January, the carnival displays the folk culture by the local artists enticing everyone. The Dhungri Fair is another important fair celebrated in Manali in the Hidimba Devi Temple, showing glimpses of the rich culture of the region. Other than these, Holi, Diwali, Navratri, and other festivals that are celebrated in other parts kf the country, are also celebrated here in Manali with great enthusiasm.

What to pack while visiting Manali?

Since Manali is situated at a higher altitude, the temperature is always on the lower side, thus making it compulsory to carry with you comfortable and warm woolen clothes. Good rubber-soled shoes will help you to walk in the snow, so it is advised to carry them with you. Id proofs are also required to visit some areas of the town. The Covid-19 situation has also made it compulsory to carry with your masks, sanitizers, and personal hygiene kits with you always. You should also carry a Vaccine completion certificate with you to prove you have completed all your covid vaccines. Other than these, carrying sunscreens, power banks, and personal medications are also advised.

What is the median Manali accommodation package?

Manali offers a wide range of hotels for accommodation, from luxury hotels to cheap guesthouses, from OYOs to Airbnbs. The average accommodation cost can range from INR1000 to INR4000 per person per night. Normally, hotels add food costs in their hotel rate charts, but if you want to dine at restaurants, many types of restaurants with good food at cheap rates are also available. The food budget ranges from INR300 to INR1500 per person.


Resting in the laps of the Himalayas is situated the serene city of Manali, often called "The Lover's Paradise". It is often said that nature can be the best medicine for the fatigued mind and soul, and this is why Manali became the most visited tourist destination during this stressful Covid-19 pandemic situation. With an abundance of ambient cafes, good wifi connectivity, and convenient cheap eateries amidst the serenity of nature, youngsters looking for longer stays -"workstation", have chosen Manali over and over again.

Manali is a town that shows you how to have a good time. Trekking across the tracks filled with pine trees alongside the snow-laden mountains, visiting the holy Hadimba Devi Temple, or just doing nothing and rejuvenating yourself, Manali offers you a lot of options to choose from. Thus, before visiting this beautiful town, choose your Manali tour package from Mumbai or any other city, wisely. But, before you choose your holiday package for this serene paradise, let us see what else Manali has to offer.