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Day :1 Arrival at Manali

On arrival at Manali view a local sightseeing with lush green hillsides, winding mountain paths and the majestic snow capped peaks surrounding at all. Visit Hadimba devi temple which has some excellent woodcarving. Then, you can also visit Tibetan Monastery. Afternoon free to explore the shopping malls and the handicraft centre. Rest of the day at leisure or walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht Hot Water springs. Dinner and Overnight at Hotel

Day :2 Manali - Rohtang Pass

After breakfast at hotel, proceed to Solang Valley but not missed Rohtang Pass which is 51 Km from Manali at an altitude of 3978 meters. On the way, you will enjoy the view of Gulaba, Water fall. Back to Manali. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at Manali.

Day :3 Manali - Manikaran - Kullu - Manali

After breakfast in Hotel, proceed to Manikaran which is 45 km from Kullu. Manikaran lies in the Parvati valley of Kullu district. These are emerged to several groups of hot water springs at various locations spreading upto a distance of about 1.3 kms along the river from the old bridge of Brahmaganga. The Hot water springs has no sulphur or iron mixed, but it is said to be radioactive. As the people of that place says that the water is so much hot that pulses, rice, vegetable etc can be boiled and cooked in it. Back to Manali at evening. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day :4 Manali - Delhi

After breakfast, check out from your hotel. And say Good Bye to ‘QUEEN OF HILL STATIONS’ with sweet and adventurous memories.

Day :1 Arrival at Manali

On arrival at Manali view a local sightseeing with lush green hillsides, winding mountain paths and the majestic snow capped peaks surrounding at all. Visit Hadimba devi temple which has some excellent woodcarving. Then, you can also visit Tibetan Monastery. Afternoon free to explore the shopping malls and the handicraft centre. Rest of the day at leisure or walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht Hot Water springs. Dinner and Overnight at Hotel

Day :2 Manali - Rohtang Pass

After breakfast at hotel, proceed to Solang Valley but not missed Rohtang Pass which is 51 Km from Manali at an altitude of 3978 meters. On the way, you will enjoy the view of Gulaba, Water fall. Back to Manali. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at Manali.

Day :3 Manali - Manikaran - Kullu - Manali

After breakfast in Hotel, proceed to Manikaran which is 45 km from Kullu. Manikaran lies in the Parvati valley of Kullu district. These are emerged to several groups of hot water springs at various locations spreading upto a distance of about 1.3 kms along the river from the old bridge of Brahmaganga. The Hot water springs has no sulphur or iron mixed, but it is said to be radioactive. As the people of that place says that the water is so much hot that pulses, rice, vegetable etc can be boiled and cooked in it. Back to Manali at evening. Overnight at bed.

Day :4 Manali - Delhi

After breakfast, check out from your hotel. And say Good Bye to ‘QUEENS OF HILL STATIONS’ with sweet and adventurous memories.

Day :1 Arrival at Manali

On arrival at Manali view a local sightseeing with lush green hillsides, winding mountain paths and the majestic snow capped peaks surrounding at all. Visit Hadimba devi temple which has some excellent woodcarving. Then, you can also visit Tibetan Monastery. Afternoon free to explore the shopping malls and the handicraft centre. Rest of the day at leisure or walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht Hot Water springs. Dinner and Overnight at Hotel

Day :2 Manali - Rohtang Pass

After breakfast at hotel, proceed to Solang Valley but not missed Rohtang Pass which is 51 Km from Manali at an altitude of 3978 meters. On the way, you will enjoy the view of Gulaba, Water fall. Back to Manali. Enjoy your dinner and overnight at Manali.

Day :3 Manali - Manikaran - Kullu - Manali

After breakfast in Hotel, proceed to Manikaran which is 45 km from Kullu. Manikaran lies in the Parvati valley of Kullu district. These are emerged to several groups of hot water springs at various locations spreading upto a distance of about 1.3 kms along the river from the old bridge of Brahmaganga. The Hot water springs has no sulphur or iron mixed, but it is said to be radioactive. As the people of that place says that the water is so much hot that pulses, rice, vegetable etc can be boiled and cooked in it. Back to Manali at evening. Overnight at bed.

Day :4 Manali - Delhi

After breakfast, check out from your hotel. And say Good Bye to ‘QUEENS OF HILL STATIONS’ with sweet and adventurous memories.

  • Meal Plan- Breakfast, Dinner at Hotel
  • Pick up and Drop Facilities
  • Sightseeing & City tour
  • All applicable hotel/transport taxes
  • Mentioned Hotel or similar
      Hotel Nitesh

      Hotel Nitesh, Himachal Pradesh

      (or similar hotel)

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

      Duration

      3 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.

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      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

      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

      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


      For travel between 2015-04-01 to 2016-04-01
      Single Occupancy : Rs. 10000
      Twin Sharing : Rs. 6000
      Extra Adult : Rs. 4000
      Extra Child : Rs. 3000
      • Package Rates are Per Person and is subject to minimum 02  Pax travelling
      • Package is completely subject to availability at the time of making the booking
      • Package rates are valid for Indian Nationals Only
      • Bookings are applicable on twin-sharing basis.
      • Cost does not include any other thing not specified in inclusions.
      • Not Valid on Festivals, Long weekends and special Events
      • Once booked, cancellation charges will be applicable.
      • Package rates are subject to change in case of any increase in the hotel cost
      • The guest must carry photo identification like Passport/Driving License/Voter ID Card at the point of check in at the hotel.
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