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Day 1:    Arrival at Shimla
Pick-up from the Railway Station / Bus Stand / Aiport and transfer to the Hotel. After settling down at the Hotel, explore this beautiful hill station.
Day 1 & 2: Shimla
Shimla is often referred to as the ‘Queen of Hill Stations’. It has been blessed with all the natural bounties, one can think of. Shimla, draped in forests of pine, rhododendron, and oak, experiences pleasant summers and cold, snowy winters. Shimla is a photographer's paradise and you will find some of the most picture perfect shots over here. The Mall Road and The Ridge offer a wonderful experience of scenic beauty filled with heritage and historical flavour.
Overnight at the hotel in Shimla.
Day 3:    Travel to Manali (2 hrs)
After breakfast in the morning, travel to Manali. On arrival, settle down at the Hotel and begin to experience the spectacular beauty of Manali.
Day 3 & 4: Manali
Manali in the Beas River Valley is an important hill station in the mountains of near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. It is located about 250 kilometres north of state capital, Shimla. The beauty of the landscape here is quite beyond words. The River Beas runs through the town and offers stunning views of Manali. The imposing beauty of Manali coerces many couple to start their newly married life at Manali itself. The tourist attractions of Manali instil the spirit of thrill and adventure inside you. The adventure-oriented explorer can try out canoeing, rafting and kayaking on the waters of Beas River at Manali.
Overnight at the hotel in Manali.
Day 5: Departure from Manali
After breakfast, the tour concludes. In the afternoon, depart to Delhi with sweet memories of your holiday.
Travel Plan
Arrival at Shimla
2 Nights at Shimla
2 Nights at Manali
Departure from Manali
Accommodation in the specified hotels in the selected Holiday Category with meals subject to the plan selected. All rooms will be Air Conditioned. The rooms will be Non A/c in certain places where the climate is very cool. The accommodation will be in the base category of the specified hotel, if not mentioned otherwise. 
Twin sharing accommodation with private bath or shower and toilet in each room, where available.
Daily buffet breakfast at all the hotels for the guest travellers
Pick up and Drop:
Pickup and drop will be done from Railway station / Bus station of Manali on the arrival and departure day respectively.
 Road Transfers:                                                                                                                          
All sight-seeing and land transfers in Non A/c Taxi (as specified in the Holiday Category) accompanied with an English/Hindi speaking friendly driver-cum-guide throughout your trip.
Transfers between the appropriate overseas airports/stations/ports and your hotels as specified in your itinerary and unless otherwise stated
Driver allowance, toll, parking, road tax, fuel charge, interstate charges.
Child below 5 yrs will be complimentary with the guest.             
Services of our local representatives as applicable
package excludes:
Air / rail / bus tickets from hometown to Manali and back
All personal expenses related to flight / train tickets from your Hometown to Manali.
Entrance fees at all sightseeing spots, wherever applicable.
Any other optional activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
Lunch and any other food and beverages, etc. (not mentioned in the itinerary)
Travel insurance.
The cost of personal items such as laundry, drinks with meals or otherwise, incidentals etc.
Airport security charges if levied by any airport to cover the cost of security arrangements. 
Airport departure taxes payable locally.
Himachal tourism promises the most beautiful and glorious sights in the great Indian continent. Nothing can compare to the tremendous beauty and stunning atmosphere of Himachal which attracts thousands of tourists from all around the world every year. Himachal is known for its incredible historical reputation. The earliest known inhabitants of Himachal were tribals called Dasas. Later, Aryans came and they assimilated in the tribes. In the later centuries, the hill chieftains accepted suzerainty of the Mauryan empire, the Kaushans, the Guptas and Kanuaj rulers. During the Mughal period, the Rajas of the hill states made some mutually agreed arrangements which governed their relations. 
In the 19th century, Ranjit Singh annexed/subjugated many of the states. When the British came, they defeated Gorkhas and entered into treaties with some Rajas and annexed the kingdoms of others. The situation more or less remained unchanged till 1947. After Independence, 30 princely states of the area were united and Himachal Pradesh was formed on 15th April, 1948. With the recognition of Punjab on 1st November, 1966, certain areas belonging to it were also included in Himachal Pradesh. On 25th January, 1971, Himachal Pradesh was made a full-fledged State. The State is bordered by Jammu & Kashmir on North, Punjab on West and South-West, Haryana on South, Uttar Pradesh on South-East and China on the East. 
Most of the people in Himachal depend on agriculture for livelihood. Many people derive their income from sheep, goats, and other cattle. Ninety percent of the people live in villages and small towns. Villages usually have terraced fields and small two storey houses with sloping roof. The villages are mostly self-contained with a few shops to take care of basic necessities of life. Most villages have a temple, where people congregate for worship. In many parts of the Himachal the village Gods are carried on palanquins to village fairs. On Dussehra the largest congregation of village Gods takes place at Kullu.The folk songs of Himachal Pradesh are full of charm and are mostly based on a religious or a romantic theme. People gather in a circle in village fairs and dance to the tune of these songs. The dancing is usually spontaneous during a village fair and is symbol of unending peace and joy in their lives. You will be glad to find that people of Himachal Pradesh are honest, truthful, gentle, and good humored. 
Tourism in Himachal
Tourism in Himachal is different from any other tourist place in India. Tourism in Himachal offers tourists a chance to experience a different culture and life style. The impact of the divine beauty and mighty himalayas is clearly reflected in the people of Himachal. The people of Himachal are calm, helpful, joyful, religious and adaptable to different situations. Himachal is the only state of India where crime is hard to find. This gives tourists a faith to go for tourism in Himachal with no worries.
Tourism in Himachal offers tourists two main seasons to enjoy tourism related activities i.e. Summer Season and Winter Season. In Summer Season, tourism in Himachal offers trekking, para gliding, angling and fishing, vehicle safari, rock climbing and mountaineering, camping and visiting world famous places of Himachal. The weather is excellent in Summer and you can explore Himachal at any speed you like. In winter Season, tourism in Himachal offers skiing, heli skiing, ice skating and other winter sports related activities. Himachal experiences heavy snowfall in winter thereby turning it to a heaven for people interested in winter sports activities.
Himachal is called the land of gods. There are so much temples in himachal that one cannot even count them all. Almost every temple has some kind of fair or festival connected with it. Dotted with temples, the State has literally one every hamlet. Most of the temples have legends dating back to centuries, some as old as mankind itself. Also there is some kind of festival or fair in every month of Himachal. So we can clearly notice that tourism in Himachal offers excellent religious tourism opportunity for all religious minded people. Himachal has many world famous temples and religious places where people from near and far come to visit and take the blessings of god.
HimachalWorld Vision : Himachal Tourism
Tourism in Himachal not only provides you a feeling of being in a fairy land but refreshes your heart, mind and soul. Himachal have many famous places to enjoy tourism in Himachal and the most amazing thing is that all the places are completely different from each other and provide different kind of experience to tourists. for example, Dalhousie is the quiet most hill station in India and provides a completely peaceful stay. It is ideal to visit in summer as well as in winter here. On the other hand, we have Shimla with its famous places i.e. Kufri, Narkanda etc. Shimla combines the luxury of being a hill station as well as a city.
It is ideal to visit in summer as well as in winter here. So you can notice the difference between the key qualities of these two hill stations. Although both provide breath taking view of mountains, but the key differences are clear. Where Dalhousie is a natural paradise for peace loving people, Shimla is a rocking city of Himachal. So having clear the key qualities of all the famous places of Himachal, we have categorised them for different tourism related activities i.e. adventures, summer holidays, winter holidays, honeymoon holidays etc, and given them numbers according to the needs and priorities of tourists. We have associated our special HimachalWorld holiday packages with selected places.


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