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Day :1 Delhi-Manali

Board your AC Volvo bus at Delhi for overnight journey to Manali. Arrive Manali in the morning. Check into the Hotel. Enjoy your breakfast. Visit for local sightseeing like Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Tempple, Club House, Vashisht Hot water springs, Tibetan Monastery. Enjoy your shopping at the Mall Road. Take your evening time. Stay at Hotel.

Day :2 Manali - Rohtang Pass

In the morning, Proceed to Rohtang Pass which is situated at an altitude of 3979 meters above sea level that offers a wide panoramic view of the mountains and snow. Return back to hotel. Rest for the day. Overnight at hotel.

Day :3 Manali - Shimla

In the morning, have your breakfast, proceed to Shimla. Enjoy the scenic spots on the way of Kullu Valley, Beas River, Dashehra maidan etc. Back to Hotel. Rest for the day to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road for shopping. Back to Shimla in the evening. Overnight at Hotel.

Day :4 Shimla- Kufri- Fagu

After breakfast, enjoy local sightseeing of Shimla Kufri, Fagu, evening free for visiting The Mall, The Ritz Maidan and Church, Scandle Point and Gaiety Theatre, Overnight at the hotel.

Day :5 Shimla to Delhi

Enjoy your breakfast and play individual activities. Session closed. Back to Delhi for your onward destination.

Day :1 Delhi – Manali

Arrive at Delhi in AC Volvo bus a night and proceed to Manali. Reached Manali in the morning. Check into the Hotel. Enjoy your breakfast. Visit for local sightseeing like Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Tempple, Club House, Vashisht Hot water springs, Tibetan Monastery. Enjoy your shopping at the Mall Road. Take your evening time. Stay at Hotel.

Day :2 Manali - Rohtang Pass

In the morning, Proceed to Rohtang Pass which is situated at an altitude of 3979 meters above sea level that offers a wide panoramic view of the mountains and snow. Return back to hotel. Rest for the day. Overnight at Bed.

Day :3 Manali - Shimla

In the morning, have your breakfast, proceed to Shimla. Enjoy the scenic spots on the way of Kullu Valley, Beas River, Dashehra maidan etc. Back to Hotel. Rest for the day to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road for shopping. Back to Shimla in the evening. Overnight at Hotel.

Day :4 Shimla- Kufri- Fagu

After breakfast, enjoy local sightseeing of Shimla Kufri, Fagu, evening free for visiting The Mall, The Ritz Maidan and Church, Scandle Point and Gaiety Theatre, Overnight in the hotel.

Day :5 Shimla to Delhi

Enjoy your breakfast and play individual activities. Session closed. Back to Delhi on your onward destination.

Day :1 Delhi – Manali

Arrive at Delhi in AC Volvo bus a night and proceed to Manali. Reached Manali in the morning. Check into the Hotel. Enjoy your breakfast. Visit for local sightseeing like Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Tempple, Club House, Vashisht Hot water springs, Tibetan Monastery. Enjoy your shopping at the Mall Road. Take your evening time. Stay at Hotel.

Day :2 Manali - Rohtang Pass

In the morning, Proceed to Rohtang Pass which is situated at an altitude of 3979 meters above sea level that offers a wide panoramic view of the mountains and snow. Return back to hotel. Rest for the day. Overnight at Bed.

Day :3 Manali - Shimla

In the morning, have your breakfast, proceed to Shimla. Enjoy the scenic spots on the way of Kullu Valley, Beas River, Dashehra maidan etc. Back to Hotel. Rest for the day to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road for shopping. Back to Shimla in the evening. Overnight at Hotel.

Day :4 Shimla- Kufri- Fagu

After breakfast, enjoy local sightseeing of Shimla Kufri, Fagu, evening free for visiting The Mall, The Ritz Maidan and Church, Scandle Point and Gaiety Theatre, Overnight in the hotel.

Day :5 Shimla to Delhi

Enjoy your breakfast and play individual activities. Session closed. Back to Delhi on your onward destination.

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  • Daily breakfast
  • Sightseeing & City tour
  • All applicable hotel/transport taxes
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          Hotel Nitesh

          Hotel Nitesh, Himachal Pradesh

          (or similar hotel)

          Left Bank, Naggar Road, Aleo, Manali, District Kullu, Himachal Pradesh - 175125

          Duration

          2 Nights

          Meal Plan

          Breakfast and Dinner

          Kullu

          Kullu

          Kullu also known as the Valley of Gods is situated on the banks of River Beas at an altitude of 1280 meters. It is a broad valley lying between Manali and Largi is famous for its scenic beauty of deodar trees, apple orchards and beautiful natural spreads. Kullu was reffered by many names like ‘Kulanpitha’ which means ‘the end of habitable world’ ‘Kalut’ ‘Silver Valley’ and many more. Although there are several stories revolving around the existence of Kullu during the times of Ramayana and Mahabharata, yet the factual trace can be linked to 1st Century A.D. when a native from Tripura, Behangami Pal, found a settlement in this place. The best time to visit Kullu for sightseeing is during the months of March to June, when the weather is pleasant and it is not snowing, however, if tourists are planning to visit for sport activities like mount climbing, skiing, etc., then months from December to February are more suitable given the snowfall.

          ....Read more

          Manali

          Manali

          Manali is one of the most popular and visited hill stations in India. Located at an altitude of 1950 meters above sea level, Manali is known as the ‘Home of the seven great sages of Hindu Religion’. Manali is named after Brahma’s law giver, Manu, who was brought on earth to begin the seventh cycle of creation and destruction. Manali has many temples and religious centres for tourists. Apart from that Manali has a lot to offer in terms of adventure, sport activities and scenic beauties. The best time to visit Manali is from May to October when it offers a retrieve from the high temperatures in the other parts of country.

          ....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

          Kullu

          Kullu

          Kullu also known as the Valley of Gods is situated on the banks of River Beas at an altitude of 1280 meters. It is a broad valley lying between Manali and Largi is famous for its scenic beauty of deodar trees, apple orchards and beautiful natural spreads. Kullu was reffered by many names like ‘Kulanpitha’ which means ‘the end of habitable world’ ‘Kalut’ ‘Silver Valley’ and many more. Although there are several stories revolving around the existence of Kullu during the times of Ramayana and Mahabharata, yet the factual trace can be linked to 1st Century A.D. when a native from Tripura, Behangami Pal, found a settlement in this place. The best time to visit Kullu for sightseeing is during the months of March to June, when the weather is pleasant and it is not snowing, however, if tourists are planning to visit for sport activities like mount climbing, skiing, etc., then months from December to February are more suitable given the snowfall.

          ....Read more

          Manali

          Manali

          Manali is one of the most popular and visited hill stations in India. Located at an altitude of 1950 meters above sea level, Manali is known as the ‘Home of the seven great sages of Hindu Religion’. Manali is named after Brahma’s law giver, Manu, who was brought on earth to begin the seventh cycle of creation and destruction. Manali has many temples and religious centres for tourists. Apart from that Manali has a lot to offer in terms of adventure, sport activities and scenic beauties. The best time to visit Manali is from May to October when it offers a retrieve from the high temperatures in the other parts of country.

          ....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

          Kullu

          Kullu

          Kullu also known as the Valley of Gods is situated on the banks of River Beas at an altitude of 1280 meters. It is a broad valley lying between Manali and Largi is famous for its scenic beauty of deodar trees, apple orchards and beautiful natural spreads. Kullu was reffered by many names like ‘Kulanpitha’ which means ‘the end of habitable world’ ‘Kalut’ ‘Silver Valley’ and many more. Although there are several stories revolving around the existence of Kullu during the times of Ramayana and Mahabharata, yet the factual trace can be linked to 1st Century A.D. when a native from Tripura, Behangami Pal, found a settlement in this place. The best time to visit Kullu for sightseeing is during the months of March to June, when the weather is pleasant and it is not snowing, however, if tourists are planning to visit for sport activities like mount climbing, skiing, etc., then months from December to February are more suitable given the snowfall.

          ....Read more

          Manali

          Manali

          Manali is one of the most popular and visited hill stations in India. Located at an altitude of 1950 meters above sea level, Manali is known as the ‘Home of the seven great sages of Hindu Religion’. Manali is named after Brahma’s law giver, Manu, who was brought on earth to begin the seventh cycle of creation and destruction. Manali has many temples and religious centres for tourists. Apart from that Manali has a lot to offer in terms of adventure, sport activities and scenic beauties. The best time to visit Manali is from May to October when it offers a retrieve from the high temperatures in the other parts of country.

          ....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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