Tour 1 Himachal

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(05 Nights / 06 Days) Delhi  Shimla 2N - Manali 2N  Chandigarh 1N  Delhi 


Day 1) Delhi to Shimla (365 Kms 10 Hrs)
On arrival in Delhi Railway station or Airport you will meet and assist by our representative and drive to Shimla. On the way visit Pinjore Garden, Timber Trail. On arrival check in hotel. Dinner at hotel. Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 2) Shimla
After breakfast Excursion to Kufri. Kufri is famous for its Himalayan National Park, Poney and Yak Ride and One can see the endless Himalayan Panorama from Kufri, after lunch sightseeing of various places in and around. Shimla mosques built in (1830), Vice regal Lodge built in (1885), Christ Church built in (1844), The Gaiety Theatre- the first beauty contest of world was supposed to start (1887), The Grind lays Bank (1912)- the world wide bank started by Robert Melville Grind lay, The Scandal Point and The famous Shopping Plaza of the North The Mall. Dinner at hotel. Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 3) Shimla to Manali (265 Kms 8 Hrs)
After breakfast checkout from the hotel & proceed to Manali. Its Placed at an altitude of 2050 m above the sea level, Manali is a very popular hill station that is flocked by tourists every year in crazy numbers. On reaching, check-in at the hotel. Get some rest. The evening is at leisure. Take a walk on main market road of Manali, Enjoy the cool breeze and more. Dinner at hotel and overnight stay in Manali.

Day 4) Manali
Today after breakfast get all set for visiting the prime attractions of Manali, visit Hadimba temple, Manu temple, Vashisht Bath, Van Vihar, Tibetan Monastery, Club House back to hotel, Dinner at hotel, overnight stay in Manali

Day 5) Manali to Chandigarh (320 Kms 10 Hrs)
After breakfast check out hotel depart for Chandigarh. On the way visit Kullu Vaishno Devi Temple, Kullu shawl weaving Ind . Chandigarh is the 1st planned modern city of India designed by the French architect Le Corbusier. The city was named after the mother goddess of power, Chandi, whose temple Chandimandu is a feature of the new city. On arrival check in hotel. Dinner at hotel. Overnight stay in Chandigarh

Day 6) Chandigarh to Delhi (250 Kms 5 Hrs) : After breakfast check out hotel & visit rose garden, rock garden, lake, later depart to Delhi, on arrival check in at hotel, overnight stay in Delhi.

Cost Include:

Cost Exclude:

  • Assistance on Arrival.
  • A 24 - hour helpline.
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner
  • Hotel Accommodation on twin / double sharing basis.
  • Travel throughout the entire journey in an air condition car.
  • Air fare / train fare.
  • Guide & Monuments Entrance fees during sightseeing
  • Camera Charges / Jeep Safari / Camel Safari / Elephant Ride Charges.
  • Expenses of personal nature such as tips, telephone calls, laundry, liquor, Insurance etc.
  • Any other item not specified in the Package Inclusions.
  • Any increase in Government taxes.
  • Supplement will be applicable for Single occupancy.
  • GST Extra

 

DESTINATION

STANDARD (MAP)

DELUXE (MAP)

SUPER DELEXE (MAP)

LUXURY (MAP)

 

Shimla

Hotel Sukh Sagar / Hotel Shimla Regency / Similar

 

Hotel Silverine /Hotel Woodrina / Similar

Hotel Sukh Sagar Regency / Hotel Rocky Knob/ Snow

Lotus / Similar

 

Shimla Havens / Similar

 

Chandigarh

Hotel The Palmdale / Similar

Hotel Palmdale / Similar

Hotel Mandarin Square /Hotel SC

Residency / Similar

Hotel 6 / Hotel Clarion inn/ Similar

NO OF PAX (COST PER PERSON)

STANDARD (MAP)

DELUXE (MAP)

SUP.DELUXE (MAP)

LUXURY (MAP)

02 Pax

22600

24500

26500

31900

04 PAX

20400

22100

23900

29800

06 PAX

17200

18900

20900

26600

8 PAX

17800

19800

21500

27300

10 PAX

16500

18300

19900

25800

EXTRA BED

5000

5500

7000

11000

WEB

4000

5000

5500

9000

Himachal Pradesh (literally "Snow-laden Province") is a state of India located in Northern India. It is bordered by Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Punjab and Chandigarh on the west, Haryana on the south-west, Uttarakhand on the south-east and by the Tibet Autonomous Region on the east. Hima means snow in Sanskrit, and the literal meaning of the state’s name is "in the lap of the Himalayas." It was named by Acharya Diwakar Datt Sharma, one of the most eminent Sanskrit scholars of Himachal Pradesh.

Himachal Pradesh is famous for its natural beauty, hill stations, and temples.Himachal Pradesh has been ranked fifteenth in the list of the highest per capita incomes of Indian states and union territories for year 2013-14.Many perennial rivers flow in the state, and numerous hydroelectric projects set up. Himachal produces surplus hydroelectricity and sells it to other states such as Delhi, Punjab, and Rajasthan.[10] Hydroelectric power projects, tourism, and agriculture form important parts of the state's economy.

The state has several valleys,and more than 90% of the population living in rural areas. Practically all houses have a toilet and 100% hygiene has been achieved in the state. The villages have good connectivity with roads, public health centres, and now with high-speed broadband.

Shimla district has maximum urban population of 25%. It has incorporated environmental protection and tourism development has been aided with a government ban on the use of polyethylene bags, reducing litter, and tobacco products, to aid people's health. According to a 2005 Transparency International survey, Himachal Pradesh was ranked the second-least corrupt state in the country, after Kerala.
Himachal is in the western Himalayas. Covering an area of 55,673 square kilometres (21,495 sq mi), it is a mountainous state. Most of the state lies on the foothills of the Dhauladhar Range. At 6,816 m Reo Purgyil is the highest mountain peak in the state of Himachal Pradesh.

The drainage system of Himachal is composed both of rivers and glaciers. Himalayan rivers criss-cross the entire mountain chain. Himachal Pradesh provides water to both the Indus and Ganges basins.[20] The drainage systems of the region are the Chandra Bhaga or the Chenab, the Ravi, the Beas, the Sutlej, and the Yamuna. These rivers are perennial and are fed by snow and rainfall. They are protected by an extensive cover of natural vegetation.

Due to extreme variation in elevation, great variation occurs in the climatic conditions of Himachal . The climate varies from hot and subhumid tropical in the southern tracts to, with more elevation, cold, alpine, and glacial in the northern and eastern mountain ranges.The state has areas like Dharamsala that receive very heavy rainfall, as well as those like Lahaul and Spiti that are cold and almost rainless. Broadly, Himachal experiences three seasons: summer, winter, and rainy season. Summer lasts from mid-April till the end of June and most parts become very hot (except in the alpine zone which experiences a mild summer) with the average temperature ranging from 28 to 32 °C (82 to 90 °F). Winter lasts from late November till mid March. Snowfall is common in alpine tracts (generally above 2,200 metres (7,218 ft) i.e. in the higher and trans-Himalayan region).