Himachal Delights Tour

Himachal Delights Tour

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Rs. 19,124
Rs. 16,064



    Welcome drink on arrival (Non Alchoholic)
    Daily bed tea, breakfast & dinner at hotel.
    02 Nights accommodation in Shimla as per package
    Free use of recreational facilities.
    03 Nights accommodation in Manali as per package
    All transfers and sightseeing by AC Indica Car from Delhi.
    01 Night accommodation in Chandigarh as per package
    Applicable hotel taxes

Itinerary :

    Day 1 : Delhi - Shimla
    Morning drive to Shimla. Arrive and transfer to hotel. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay in Shimla.
    Meals: Dinner
    Day 2 : Shimla
    Morning after breakfast proceed for sightseeing tour of Shimla covering Kalbadevi Temple, Jakhu Temple, Hanuman Temple. Afternoon excursion to Kufri a 30 Minutes drive from Shimla.Rest of the day is free to explore various scenic sights or visit mall road and shopping area. Overnight stay in Shimla.
    Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
    Day 3 : Shimla - Manali
    Morning after breakfast drive to Manali (7-8 hr). Keep your cameras ready, there are many scenic spots as you pass by Kullu valley, Beas river, Dashehra maidan etc. Arrive and check in at your hotel. Evening at leisure.Night stay in Manali.
    Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
    Day 4 : Manali
    After after breakfast at hotel local sightseeing of Manali visiting ancient Hadimba Temple and Club House, etc. Evening free at leisure. Overnight stay in Manali.
    Meals: Breakfast & dinner

    Day 5 : Manali - Rohtang Pass - Manali
    After after breakfast at hotel full day sightseeing of Rohtang Pass and snow point. Overnight stay in Manali.
    Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
    Day 6 : Manali - Chandigarh
    Morning after early breakfast check out from the Hotel and drive to Chandigarh (276 kms/7-8 hrs approx). Enroute visit Kullu valley, celebrated as the valley of Gods. Upon arrival check in at your hotel .later free at leisure. Overnight stay in Chandigarh.
    Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
    Day 7 : Chandigarh - Delhi
    Morning check out from the Hotel & transfer by road to Delhi (238 kms/5 hrs approx) to connect your flight/train for onwards journey.
    Meals: Breakfast

Himachal Delights tourism

Manali is a hill station which is popular with tourists as it is a bypass route to the Himalayas. People who have acquired an ESTA to the US and wish to take some time out traveling, often choose the Himalayas due to its magnificent views and expansive mountain walks. There are a number of beautiful and amazing attractions that are situated in and around the region that Manali is based. Those that wish to explore the area should consider a taxi or a bus as a means of transport. Train routes are also available in some cases. In this article we look at some of the more popular of these destinations and outline how one can get there.

Himachal is very big and delightful tourist destination of India. There are various tourist sights in himachal that compressed a lots of fun, joy and adventure in their self. The tourist places like kullu, Manali, Shimla, Dharamshala, Dalhousie are world famous for its natural beauty but beside these world famous touring point of himachal, there are lots more to offer. the morning blossom, the champing of birds, the snow, the beautiful valley and the mountain bind yourself. And people loves to visit these delightful touring point of Himachal.

Visit the beautiful city of Chandigarh

Know for its well-maintained gardens and beautiful architecture, the city of Chandigarh is situated at the base of the Shivalik Range.The city is well designed and has roads and buildings that sit neatly in a grid like plan against one another. The city is also filled with shops, art galleries, playing parks and clubs and will appeal to the younger travelers, as well as those that are traveling with young children. The city is vibrant and brimming with culture. There is also a wide diversity of activities and events that take place throughout the year. The city is roughly 300km from Manali. One can travel to the city via train or via coach.


Chandigarh, one amongst the first and the best planned cities of India! Designed by Le Corbusier, a French architect, the city mesmerizes you with its simplicity. It was named after Goddess Chandi, the Goddess of Power, and is the shared capital of the states of Haryana and Punjab. Situated at a distance of hardly 250 km from Delhi, Chandigarh is one of the popular holiday destinations for its residents. Though the city, being relatively very young, does not have historical monuments to boast of, it definitely manages to impress the tourists with its modern architecture and natural beauty (parks, lakes, etc). 

Places to See in Chandigarh
Capitol Complex
One of the most visited places in Chandigarh; the Capitol Complex is situated in Sector-1. It comprises of the Secretariat, the Assembly and the High Court. The geometrical concrete buildings of the complex, emerging elegantly out of the ground,

The Open Hand

‘The Open Hand’ is one of the most impressive monuments in Chandigarh. Situated in the Capitol Complex, it comprise of a giant hand, rising 85 feet high from a hollow trench. Made of metal sheets, the hand is capable of rotating and delivers the message that the city gladly receives all, without any distinction.  The most popular hangout of youngsters, Sector 17 houses the most upscale shopping market of Chandigarh. Apart from the market, the sector also prides itself on being dotted with fountains, sculptures and groves of trees. In short, it is completely a shopper’s as well as a pedestrian's paradise!
Sukhna Lake
The nature lovers will find the Sukhna Lake of Chandigarh perfect for them. Situated in Sector 1, the lake was created by building an artificial dam on a seasonal stream. Go for boating, relax in the restaurant situated there or just sit on the 2-km-long promenade and take in the beauty of nature.

Rock Garden
Rock Garden is perhaps the most frequented tourist attraction in the city. Being the unique garden that it is, the popularity is perfectly understandable. Situated near the Capitol Complex, it is spread over an area of around 12 acres. Built by Nek Chand, the garden comprises of art objects that have been made from urban waste material.



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