Shimla Tour Package (3 Nights/4 Days)

Shimla Tour Package (3 Nights/4 Days)

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Welcome drink on arrival (non alcoholics)

Welcome Special Cake / Fruit Basket in a room once during the stay
3 nights stay in Super Deluxe room for a couple
Daily bed tea, b’fast and one major meal (Lunch or Dinner)
One candle light dinner
Evening Tea with Cookies
Two Glasses of Milk every night
One Half day Local Sightseeing (on sharing basis)
One full day sightseeing to Snow Point / Rohtang Pass (on sharing basis)
One full day sightseeing to Manikaran (on sharing basis)
Free usage of Gym
Free use of games room (except billiards)
Free entry in discotheque one night during the stay

Welcome To Shimla
Room Heater Charges Extra 200/- per night per room
All Taxes inclusive
10% Discount on Laundry,
10% Discount on F&B
10% Discount on Billiards & Pool
Extra Cost on Transfers:
Volvo AC Coach 2x2 Del-Mnl-Del: @ INR 2000/- per person
Non AC Dlx Coach 2x2 Del-Mnl-Del: @ INR 1500/- per person
For child/extra Adult:
06 –12 years Rs.600/- per night on MAP with extra bed (net & non com.)
12 years to above Rs.900/-per night on MAP with extra bed (net & non com.)
Extra person sightseeing cost: 1200/- Per Child / Per Adult on sharing basis
Note:  Sightseeing on sharing basis by Qualis / Sumo / Coach
Shimla Tour Package From Delhi @ Rs. 13,999/- Per couple
Silver Shimla Tour Package From Delhi @ Rs. 9,999/- Per couple

The one-time summer capital of the British, Shimla is a gorgeous hill station in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Located at an average height of 2,200 meter, Shimla is unique with its unparalleled glittering beauty. Set in the midst of impressive hills and dense jungles this hill town has its own charm. Its elegant streets, plummeting torrents and salubrious climate make it a thriving hotspot for honeymooners. Shimla is also the kick off point for the rest of Himachal, with well-knit roads.
This erstwhile Nepalese state Syamala, gained prominence as the most sought after hill station under the auspices of the progressive British officers who had acquired its control in the year 1819. The snow-capped mountains, quaint surroundings and the mighty formations of Victorian style that dot the city, reverberates the colonial texture of the city.

It is not just the substantiation of some grand monuments and colonial architecture that Shimla offers, it is also home to the most pleasing meanders and panoramic views that attract adventure enthusiasts and honeymooners alike.

Like the other Indian cities, fairs and festivals are the highlights of Shimla tourism. The awesome British populations of the yester years make Christmas a fanfare of the valley. The most significant event in the valley is the Summer Festival organized by the Government in the month of June, which showcases the rich culture and tradition of the Himalayan states. This largest fun fare of the hilly states grabs people with the colorful performances of folk dancers and other activities based on the rich rustic tradition.
In Autumn, Shimla looks gorgeously beautiful and when the days are balmy and dazzling and the night’s crunchy and chilly. A typical hilly terrain with a picturesque countryside, wonderful climate and viable social standards, it is quite natural that this hill station has been acquired the status of a preferred and much loved picnic spot in India.

The excursions around Shimla are equally interesting experience as they unveil to you the glory of the Raj era. You can take a trip to the oldest and highest golf course in India and to the world's highest cricket ground. For the religious minded, the ancient temples around the Shimla are worth a visit. Naldhera is a small but pleasant town, which houses the highest golf course in the country. Tattapani is known for its hot water springs. Wildflower Hall is the former residence of British Commander-in-Chief Kitchener, now run as a hotel. Mashobra is a small village surrounded by thick forests and offers pleasant walks. Craignano is a beautiful picnic spot with a rest house on the hilltop. Kufri is a great place to enjoy its sylvan atmosphere and go for some adventure sports like hiking and trekking. Chail is a lush green town formerly capital of the Maharaja of Patiala.


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