Himachal Pradesh is among the most visited top mountain tourist places in North India, the Himalayas region. It gifts you with memories that last for a lifetime. Its landscape has a lot to do with it: valleys, mountains, ancient monasteries, historical sites, lakes, mountain passes! A Himachal Pradesh tour satisfies the wanderlust in you, whatever it is you may be looking for. Pick up any Himachal travel guide, chances are you will be hooked on to it within a few minutes. The state has so much to offer, no wonder it’s a top tourist attraction in North India!
Tour guests will arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) airport as per their scheduled flight. Upon arrival, meet our driver at the airport and proceed to Shimla 7 to 8 hours’ drive.day 2 : shimla
Today we enjoy a stroll on the famous mall road of Shimla and view Shimla Church, Scandal Point, Evening free for leisure, and market walkday 3 : shimla - manali(3 Nights)
Today we proceed to Manali, in the route we drive past the Beas Sutlej Link Project, Pandoh Dam, and Scenic Kullu Valley. During our tea halt, we visit the Kullu Shawl factory. In the evening we arrive at Manali – a gorgeous hill station located in the heart of snowy mountains.day 4 : manali
Today a spectacular drive will take us to Rohtang Road Snow Point. We have free time to play in the snow and click pictures to our heart’s content. Later we visit c Mandir – set amidst the snow-covered hills of Manali, this temple is a unique shrine dedicated to Hidimba (Hadimba) Devi and Himalayan Nyinmapa Tibetan Buddhist Monastery – known for its architectural beauty. We then have free time for shopping. In the evening we enjoy a bonfire.
Please Note: Rohtang pass is 51 km away from Manali. This Pass is not accessible for almost 8 months in a year, as it is covered by snow. We generally visit the snow point on Rohtang road, which has been permitted by the Border Security Force.
Also Note: Snow clothes, jackets and gumboots are available on rent in the shops located on Rohtang Road, you can rent them at an additional cost if needed.day 5 : manali - solang valley - manali
Today we drive through the new tourist hotspot Atal Tunnel (Subject to Operation) – the world's longest tunnel at an altitude of 10,040 feet. We view the Sissu Waterfall. Later we proceed to Solang Valley – a splendid valley in Solang village offering magnificent views of the glaciers and snow-capped mountains. Here we enjoy a Ropeway ride and admire the Himalayan mountains. Guests with an adventurous spirit can experience thrilling activities like Paragliding, Biking, Trekking, and Hiking at an additional cost.day 6 : manali - chandigarh(1 Night)
Today let’s experience the thrilling activity of River Rafting in the rapids of the cool white waters of Beas River. Later we proceed to Delhi and check-in to the hotel.
Please Note: For safety reasons, guests weighing above 30-35kgs will be allowed for water rafting. River rafting is an additional cost activityday 7 : delhi - departure
It’s time now to say goodbye to our travel companions. Let’s stay in touch with each other through email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and meet again on yet another memorable tour. See you all!! Tour Guests will proceed to Delhi airport as per their scheduled flight and start their return journey back home.Tour Concludes.
By Train: On the north border with Punjab, Pathankot is the major railway station that connects to Himachal. From Pathankot, a narrow-gauge train to Joginder Nagar connects the Kangra Valley. There is also the Kalka-Shimla railway line.
By Air: Himachal is connected via air by the airports in Chandigarh & Pathankot. The smaller airports are Bhuntar Airport in Manali, Gaggal Airport in Kangra & Jubbarhatti Airport in Shimla.
By Road: Himachal Pradesh is easily accessible by road from Chandigarh, Kalka, and Pathankot. Interstate bus services are available from Delhi, Chandigarh, and Jaipur.