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Day :1 Delhi - Chail

In the morning, take your breakfast and proceed from Delhi to Chail.Arrive Chail, Check into your Hotel and take some rest. Evening free at leisure in cool natural surroundings.Overnight stay in hotel

Day :2 Chail -Kufri

After breakfast, go out for a sightseeing trip to Kufri. Enroute to Chail, you can visit at Kali Ka Tibba, Sadhu Pal. Come back to Chail the highest Cricket Play Ground in the world. Check into your Hotel, take dinner and Overnight at bed.

Day :3 Chail - Naldehra -Shimla

After breakfast, say good bye to Chail. On the way, you can view the local sightseeing of Naldehra (Golf Course). Have a fruitful day there and then you may proceed to Shimla. On the arrival, take a rest for a while and then get ready for evening stroll at mall road. Enjoy your Dinner and Overnight at Bed.

Day :4 Shimla Sightseeing

Wake up in the morning, take your breakfast. Check out from your Hotel and enjoy local sightseeing of Shimla city. Enjoy your day in the lap of nature watching some amazing views. Evening free at leisure. You can enjoy it accordingly or by shopping at Mall.

Day :5 Shimla- Delhi

In the morning, have your breakfast, pack your bag and check out from your Hotel. Leave for Delhi for your onward destination. Tour ends with sweet and adventurous memories.

Day :1 Delhi - Chail

In the morning, take your breakfast and proceed from Delhi to Chail. Reached Chail, Check into your Hotel and take a rest. Evening free at leisure in cool natural surroundings.

Day :2 Chail -Kufri

After breakfast, go out for a sightseeing trip to Kufri. Enroute to Chail, you can visit at Kali Ka Tibba, Sadhu Pal. Come back to Chail the highest Cricket Play Ground in the world. Check into your Hotel, take a dinner and Overnight at bed.

Day :3 Chail - Naldehra -Shimla

After breakfast, say good bye to Chail. On the way, you can view the local sightseeing of Naldehra (Golf Course). Have a fruitful day there and then you may proceed to Shimla. On the arrival, take a rest for a while and then get ready for evening stroll at mall road. Enjoy your Dinner and Overnight at Bed.

Day :4 Shimla Sightseeing

Wake up in the morning, take your breakfast. Check out from your Hotel and enjoy local sightseeing of Shimla city. Enjoy your day in the lap of nature watching some amazing views. Evening free at leisure. You can enjoy it accordingly or by shopping at Mall.

Day :5 Shimla- Delhi

In the morning, have your breakfast, pack your bag and check out from your Hotel. Leave for Delhi for your onward destination. Tour ends with sweet and adventurous memories.

Day :1 Delhi - Chail

In the morning, take your breakfast and proceed from Delhi to Chail. Reached Chail, Check into your Hotel and take a rest. Evening free at leisure in cool natural surroundings.

Day :2 Chail -Kufri

After breakfast, go out for a sightseeing trip to Kufri. Enroute to Chail, you can visit at Kali Ka Tibba, Sadhu Pal. Come back to Chail the highest Cricket Play Ground in the world. Check into your Hotel, take a dinner and Overnight at bed.

Day :3 Chail - Naldehra -Shimla

After breakfast, say good bye to Chail. On the way, you can view the local sightseeing of Naldehra (Golf Course). Have a fruitful day there and then you may proceed to Shimla. On the arrival, take a rest for a while and then get ready for evening stroll at mall road. Enjoy your Dinner and Overnight at Bed.

Day :4 Shimla Sightseeing

Wake up in the morning, take your breakfast. Check out from your Hotel and enjoy local sightseeing of Shimla city. Enjoy your day in the lap of nature watching some amazing views. Evening free at leisure. You can enjoy it accordingly or by shopping at Mall.

Day :5 Shimla- Delhi

In the morning, have your breakfast, pack your bag and check out from your Hotel. Leave for Delhi for your onward destination. Tour ends with sweet and adventurous memories.

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  • Sightseeing & City tour
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      Hotel Chail Inn

      Hotel Chail Inn, Himachal Pradesh

      (or similar hotel)

      Shimla Hills, Chail, Solan - 173217

      Duration

      2 Nights

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast and Dinner

      Hotel Chail Inn

      Hotel Chail Inn, Himachal Pradesh

      (or similar hotel)

      Shimla Hills, Chail, Solan - 173217

      Duration

      2 Nights

      Meal Plan

      Breakfast and Dinner

      Chail

      Chail

      Chail is a popular hill station located on the Sadh Tiba Hill, is located at an altitude of 2,226 meters giving a beautiful of the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla. Chail has an interesting history dating back to the British Rule in India. Maharja Bhupider Singh was banished from the state of Shimla by Lord Kitchener, who later decided to build a kingdom of his own on a land that stands higher in altitude from altitude. On his quest, he found Chail as an option given that he already owned some ancestral property on this land. However, he faced a lot of difficulties while constructing his kingdom and realised that underneath the land a sage was buried and eventually Bhupinder Singh constructed a temple, Sidh Baba ka Mandir, on that land and built his kingdom few miles away. In 1972, the entire property of 75 acres was taken in by Himachal Tourism. In 1893, world’s highest cricket pitch and polo ground was built in Chail promoting sport tourism.

      ....Read more

      Shimla

      Shimla

      The capital city of Himachal Pradesh and the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’, Shimla is hugged by the Himalayan Cedar making the perfect romantic backdrop at a height of about 2200 meters spreading across the area of 18 sq.km. Shimla has derived its name from a descendant of Goddess Kali fearing ‘Shyamali Devi’. Shimla, given its location, has always held an important spot in the eyes of British and thus one can find a lot British imprints in terms of architecture, innovations, lifestyles, etc. till today. Given its climatic condition, the capital of the British Empire was shifted to Shimla in summers and was known as the ‘summer capital’. The Hindustan Tibet border that was constructed in 1850 had a Kalka-Shimla Railway line in 1903 which is still one of the important tourist destinations and an important landmark in the history of Shimla. Although one can visit Shimla at any time of the year, however, the durations in which certain activities can be enjoyed may vary; like trekking is best done during the months of March to August since it is less cold whereas to enjoy skiing one must visit the winter season.

      ....Read more

      Chail

      Chail

      Chail is a popular hill station located on the Sadh Tiba Hill, is located at an altitude of 2,226 meters giving a beautiful of the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla. Chail has an interesting history dating back to the British Rule in India. Maharja Bhupider Singh was banished from the state of Shimla by Lord Kitchener, who later decided to build a kingdom of his own on a land that stands higher in altitude from altitude. On his quest, he found Chail as an option given that he already owned some ancestral property on this land. However, he faced a lot of difficulties while constructing his kingdom and realised that underneath the land a sage was buried and eventually Bhupinder Singh constructed a temple, Sidh Baba ka Mandir, on that land and built his kingdom few miles away. In 1972, the entire property of 75 acres was taken in by Himachal Tourism. In 1893, world’s highest cricket pitch and polo ground was built in Chail promoting sport tourism.

      ....Read more

      Shimla

      Shimla

      The capital city of Himachal Pradesh and the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’, Shimla is hugged by the Himalayan Cedar making the perfect romantic backdrop at a height of about 2200 meters spreading across the area of 18 sq.km. Shimla has derived its name from a descendant of Goddess Kali fearing ‘Shyamali Devi’. Shimla, given its location, has always held an important spot in the eyes of British and thus one can find a lot British imprints in terms of architecture, innovations, lifestyles, etc. till today. Given its climatic condition, the capital of the British Empire was shifted to Shimla in summers and was known as the ‘summer capital’. The Hindustan Tibet border that was constructed in 1850 had a Kalka-Shimla Railway line in 1903 which is still one of the important tourist destinations and an important landmark in the history of Shimla. Although one can visit Shimla at any time of the year, however, the durations in which certain activities can be enjoyed may vary; like trekking is best done during the months of March to August since it is less cold whereas to enjoy skiing one must visit the winter season.

      ....Read more

      Chail

      Chail

      Chail is a popular hill station located on the Sadh Tiba Hill, is located at an altitude of 2,226 meters giving a beautiful of the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla. Chail has an interesting history dating back to the British Rule in India. Maharja Bhupider Singh was banished from the state of Shimla by Lord Kitchener, who later decided to build a kingdom of his own on a land that stands higher in altitude from altitude. On his quest, he found Chail as an option given that he already owned some ancestral property on this land. However, he faced a lot of difficulties while constructing his kingdom and realised that underneath the land a sage was buried and eventually Bhupinder Singh constructed a temple, Sidh Baba ka Mandir, on that land and built his kingdom few miles away. In 1972, the entire property of 75 acres was taken in by Himachal Tourism. In 1893, world’s highest cricket pitch and polo ground was built in Chail promoting sport tourism.

      ....Read more

      Shimla

      Shimla

      The capital city of Himachal Pradesh and the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’, Shimla is hugged by the Himalayan Cedar making the perfect romantic backdrop at a height of about 2200 meters spreading across the area of 18 sq.km. Shimla has derived its name from a descendant of Goddess Kali fearing ‘Shyamali Devi’. Shimla, given its location, has always held an important spot in the eyes of British and thus one can find a lot British imprints in terms of architecture, innovations, lifestyles, etc. till today. Given its climatic condition, the capital of the British Empire was shifted to Shimla in summers and was known as the ‘summer capital’. The Hindustan Tibet border that was constructed in 1850 had a Kalka-Shimla Railway line in 1903 which is still one of the important tourist destinations and an important landmark in the history of Shimla. Although one can visit Shimla at any time of the year, however, the durations in which certain activities can be enjoyed may vary; like trekking is best done during the months of March to August since it is less cold whereas to enjoy skiing one must visit the winter season.

      ....Read more

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