SHIMLA 3D/2N Ride n Stay Package @ Rs. 4,999 only including AC Volvo Bus Ticket, 2 Nights Hotel Stay & Full Day Sightseeing

3D/2N Shimla Ride n Stay Package @ Rs. 4,999 only including travel by AC Volvo B

SHIMLA 3D/2N Ride n Stay Package @ Rs. 4,999 only including AC Volvo Bus Ticket, 2 Nights Hotel Stay & Full Day Sightseeing

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Rs. 10,000
Rs. 4,999


Option 1: 3D/2N Shimla Ride n Stay Package @ Rs. 4,999 only

Option 2: 4D/3N Shimla Ride n Stay Package @ Rs. 5,999 only

Both options include the following:

  • Delhi - Shimla - Delhi by AC Volvo Bus
  • Stay at Hotel Gulmarg Regency or similar
  • Sightseeing on seat in coach basis


Shimla, along with Almora, Kumaon, Garhwal, Sirmaur, Dehradun and Kangra, was invaded and captured by Prithvi Narayan Shah of Nepal. Shortly later, the British East India Company with local kings went to war with Nepal from 1814 to 1816. At the conclusion of the war, as a result of the Sugauli Treaty, all these captured parts of North India were ceded to the British East India company. At that time, Shimla was known for the temple of Hindu Goddess Shyamala Devi, and not as a city as it is today.

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Not long after gaining possession of Shimla, the British began to develop the area. The Scottish civil servant Charles Pratt Kennedy built the first British summer home in the town in 1822. Lord Amherst

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the Governor-General of Bengal from 1823 to 1828, set up a summer camp here in 1827, when there was only one cottage in the town, and only 'half a dozen' when he left that year. There were more than a hundred cottages within ten years Shimla soon caught the eye of Lord William Bentinck, the next Governor-

Attractions of Shimla

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        Bhimakali Temple Shimla                                         Christ Church Shimla

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              Viceregal Lodge Shimla                                     Chandrataal Lake Shimla

Adventure Sports In Shimla

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                                Paragliding                                                            Skiing

 Paragliding Though this sport has recently been introduced in Shimla, paragliding is fast catching up and emerging as one of the most sought after adventure sports in India. The undulating hills of Shimla provide the ideal location to try this sport.

 Skiing  Shimla is known for its snow-capped peaks and smooth slopes. This is what makes it the ideal location for indulging in skiing in Shimla. The lofty ranges of Himalayas are the perfect place (after Swiss Alps!) to try out the skiing sport of Simla.

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                                 Golfing                                                                     Fishing

Golf in Shimla has emerged as one of the most popular sports in the valley. Almost all tourists visiting India try their hand at golfing in Simla. The calm and serene atmosphere makes golf a more pleasurable sport

Fishing Shimla is known for its treasure of the world's best sport fish. The streams and shallow waters make this place the perfect location for fishing. One can indulge in fishing in the upstreams of Rohru situated in the Pabbar valley.

Ice Skating In Shimla

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Your visit to Shimla shall become even more enjoyable if you try your hand at ice-skating. The ice skating sport of Simla is one of the most sought after adventure sport in Shimla. Shimla has the largest ice skating rink in India. It is also the only natural ice skating rink of India. This largest open-air rink attracts many tourists and locals who enjoy ice-skating. Ice skating in Shimla is bound to make your trip fun with a hint of adventure.

Relegious Places in Shimla

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                Jakhu Temple                                                          Kalibari Temple

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                Sankat Mochan Temple                                     Tara Devi Temple         

Kalibari Temple of Shimla is a popular tourist attraction and is situated at a very strategic location. The temple was built in the year 1845 and is dedicated to Goddess Kali who is also known as Shyamala.

Jakhu hill is located the famous Jakhu Temple of Shimla. It is hardly 2 kilometers from the Ridge and is an uphill climb through the beautiful deodar trees. The Jakhu Temple of Simla is dedicated to the monkey God, Hanuman 

One of the most popular tourist attractions of Shimla, the Sankat Mochan Temple is located among lush green and tranquil locales in this beautiful hill station. Shri Sankat Mochan temple in Simla is located on the Kalka - Shimla highway, on the National Highway - 22. The temple is a place where one can actually meditate and enjoy the calm and peaceful surroundings. 

Tara Devi Temple, located in Shimla is a very famous tourist attraction of this place. Situated at a distance of around 11 kilometers from Shimla, this famous temple can be visited while traveling on the Kalka - Shimla National Highway. The Tara Devi Temple is situated at the top of a hill in Simla and the lush green environs surrounding it give the temple a very peaceful and tranquil atmosphere.

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