Explore Himachal

Himachal Pradesh is a state of India located in North India. Himachal has a rich heritage of handicrafts. These include woolen and pashmina shawls, carpets, silver and metal ware, embroidered chappals, grass shoes, Kangra and Gompa style paintings, wood work, horse-hair bangles, wooden and metal utensils and various other house hold items. Tourism in Himachal Pradesh is a major contributor to the state's economy and growth. Hill stations like Shimla, Manali, Dalhousie, Chamba, Dharamshala and Kullu are popular destinations for both domestic and foreign tourists. The state has many important pilgrimage centres with prominent Hindu temples like Naina Devi Temple, Vajreshwari Devi Temple, Jwala Ji Temple, Chintpurni, Chamunda Devi Temple, Baijnath Temple, Bhimakali Temple, Bijli Mahadev, Manu Temple at Shenshar in Kullu district, Renuka Lake and Jakhoo Temple.

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Itinerary(Explore Himachal)
10 Nights/11 Days Tour

Day-1: Chandigarh – Dalhousie

Arrive at Chandigarh Station/Airport. Report to the coach and proceed to Dalhousie which is named after the British governor General of the 19th century, Lord Dalhousie.It is a quiet place with little nightlife and is a amazing place for those who are looking to spend some quality time away from city huzzle buzzle.We will reach Dalhousie at late evening. Dinner and night stay at Hotel.

Day-2: Dalhousie - Khajjiar - Chamba – Dalhousie (Day Visit)

Places to see: Early morning start travelling to Chamba,it is a picturesque location covered with dense pine tree and Deodar forests,snow covered Himalayan peaks. En-route visit Khajjiar Lake which is a perfect picnic spot,water from a number of streams fills this lake , surrounded by deodar forests , grasslands and hills. Visit the Chaugan, grassy lawn less than one km in length and about seventy-five metres wide around which the town is spread, Laxmi Narayan Temple and Chamunda Devi Temple must to visit place at Chamba. In the evening after tea and snack see Ajit Singh Smarak,a great freedom fighter breathed his last on the day India gained independence 15th August 1947 and Satdhara Sparkling Springs this waterfall is known for its medicinal value which cures many diseases in Dalhousie.
Back to Hotel- Enjoy Himachali Food in dinner. Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 3- Dalhousie – Dharamshala (Drive + Local Sightseeing)

Today morning start drive to Dharamshala another amazing ideal place for nature lovers, picturesque location, Dharamsala consists of two distinct areas. Lower Dharamsala is where most of the government offices, schools, the local hospital and commercial areas are located,some tea gardens are also available.The upper Dharamsala, known more commonly as McLeod Ganj, is the seat of Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. On arrival in Dharamshala visit Bhagsunag Temple , this temple has an interesting story connected with king Bhagsu who fought with the serpent king and died in this fight to get the water in his kingdom. The water fall which near to this temple and known as Bhagsu waterfall is the major attraction for its medicinal properties which cures many diseases and Dalai Lama Monastery, it is a big complex and the residence of Dalai Lama,starts with a memorial monument at the entrance of this complex ,decorated with the colourful prayer flags, it’s perfect for long serene walks, or early morning meditation with chanting monks. Enjoy shopping at Macleodganj Bazaar,the narrow street where all the tiny restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, etc line up is called the Bazaar. Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 4- Dharamshala (Day Visit)

Places to see: Visit Jwalaji Temple, one of the 51 Shakti-Pitha temples in India.It is believed that Sati’s tongue fell which can now be seen in the form of the flame. At Jwalamukhi and Kangra Fort which is located on the outskirts of the town of Kangra,was built by the Royal Rajput family of Kangra state. Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 5- Dharamshala – Manali

Start Drive to Manali, a beautiful place on the lap of Himalayas you can feel a pinch of the cool wind and enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of nature. For adventure lovers there are many adventure sports that can be enjoyed at this hill station, such as hiking, skiing, rafting, trekking, paragliding, mountaineering, kayaking, and mountain biking. En-route visit Kullu Valley known as the Valley of Gods, also mirrors the art and culture of Himachal, white water rafting can be enjoyed in the river Beas throughout the year and Beas River where sage Vyas is said to have meditated at this spot. Arrive in Manali in the evening. Enjoy evening at mall road,it is full of shops from woollen clothes, shawls to mufflers, gloves and socks, the market has everything you need. Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 6- Manali (Local Sightseeing)

Places to see: In the morning Visit Vashista Kund a hot water springs with medicinal value which cures many diseases, Ancient Jagatsukh Gayatri Temple, this temple is on the left side of the holy river of Beas,this temple gives look of the ancient architectural style and has lots of hand craved woodwork and stone which gives wow feeling and in evening Hidimba Devi Temple , this temple is dedicated to Hidimba Devi-wife of Bhima(one of the five Pandavas) ,mythology is Hidimba was supposed to have lived there with her brother Hidimb she meditated at this place. Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 7- Manali - Rohtang Pass (Snow Point) – Manali (Drive + Day Visit)

Early morning drive towards Rohtang pass which is about 51 kms from Manali, the Pass is open from June to November each year via Marhi that is located approx 13 kms before Rohtang pass.You can enjoy tube ride,can click pictures with animals like Yak and Rabbits,this place is covered with snow,scenic beauty best place to click pictures for your memories,while crossing Rani nallah here the snow is available all around the year, the attraction of this place is scenic beauty and snow. Enjoy your whole day in beautiful hills covered with snow. Night stay at Hotel. Altitude: Aprox-3900 mtrs.

Day- 8- Manali –Naggar (Day Visit)

At morning visit Naggar Castle it provides very beautiful view of the Valley, A song from Movie "Jab we met" was also shot here.Again back to Manali. Enjoy quality time around Manali. Other Option: River Rafting in Beas River (Subjected to availability). Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 9- Manali – Shimla

Start drive to Shimla , the capital of Himachal,blessed with all natural bounties,scenic location, surrounded by green hills with snow capped peaks. While covering Vaishnomata Mandir named after Goddess Parvati – also called Mahadevi, stands tall since 1966, in the beautiful Kullu valley,a small cave here with an idol of goddess Vaishno Devi in Kullu and Pandoh Dam this is an embankment dam on the Beas River,the dam was completed in 1977 and its primary purpose is hydroelectric power generation. Arrive at Shimla in the evening. Enjoy evening at Mall road amazing place to take a walk full of shops from woollen clothes, shawls to mufflers, gloves and socks, the market has everything you need.Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 10- Shimla - Kufri – Shimla (Day Visit)

At morning visit Kufri Winter Sports Capital which has derives its name from ‘Kufr’ which means lake,is a picturesque hill station,also the venue for annual winter sports festival held in February, India Bungalow and Himalayan Zoo. Enjoy quality time at local market and visit Shimla Church in the evening. Enjoy get together with your travel companions in the evening. Night stay at Hotel.

Day- 11- Shimla – Chandigarh – Delhi

Start your drive to reach Delhi while visiting in Chandigarh - Rock Garden ,designed by Nek Chand in his spare time. Nek Chand started collecting materials from demolition sites around the city. He recycled these materials into his own vision of the divine kingdom of Sukrani, choosing a gorge in a forest near Sukhna Lake, then Rose Garden it is a largest rose garden is Asia, also hosts annual rose festival and Sukhana Lake,an artificial reservoir,was created in 1958 by damming the Sukhna Choe and Drop to Delhi.

*The above itinerary can be modified as per our client requirement .

Cost Includes

  • Non Air-Conditioned Hotel Accommodation On Twin / Triple Share Basis.
  • All Travel / Transport as per request.
  • All Sightseeing as Per The Itinerary.
  • All Toll Taxes, State Taxes, Parking charges.
  • Daily Breakfast at The Hotel.


  • In All Hotels Base Category Rooms are allocated for the Stay, In Case Of Up Gradation It will be charged.
  • Check In & Check Out 10AM at Hotels.
  • Air Conditioned will not run in Hill Area.

Cost Excludes

  • Entry fees at the monuments/ temples.
  • Soft drinks and hard drinks.
  • Laundry, telephone calls, drinks, tipp and guide charge etc.
  • Insurance-Any type.
  • Anything which is not mentioned in above itinerary is not part of the package.

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How to Reach Himachal :

By Air- The best airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport. However, Kullu also houses an airport that is only 23km away. There are regular flights from Delhi to Kullu.

By Rail- Kalka (90km away) is the nearest railway station to reach to Himachal Pradesh to explore major tourist spots in Himachal Pradesh. There are regular trains from Ambala to Kalka through a Narrow-gauge line.

By Road- It is well connected via road to all the major cities of the country. It is 343km from Delhi via Chandigarh, 151km from Ambala, and 240km from Dehradun.

Weather/Climate condition in Himachal:

The Himalaya constitutes the highest mountain system of the world. With varying climatic conditions all throughout the year, Himachal Pradesh offers a lot to the travelers. Though the climatic conditions in Himachal remain pleasant and enjoyable through the year, it is best to know about climate conditions of Himachal Pradesh.
By October, nights and mornings are very cold. Snowfall at elevations of about 3000mtrs is about 3mtrs and lasts from December to March. About 4500mtrs, is perpetual snow? The main season is the spring from mid- Feb to March-April. The air is cool and fresh. Colourful flowers adorn the valleys, forest slopes and meadows. In the hill stations, the climate is pleasant and comfortable.

Places to Visit in Himachal

If starting from Dharamshala, learn more about the exotic Tibet and its culture during your visit to McLeod Ganj Monasteries. Their tranquil ambience and colourful interiors represent the culture and lifestyle of Buddhist monks. Other must-visit sites in Himachal Pradesh are Tattapani, Solang Valley, Rahala waterfalls, Vashisht hot water springs and the picturesque Rohtang pass and the serene temples of Hidamba and Manu. While you’re there, do stop by the Forest Sanctuary, where you can spot the shy musk deer. At Kandaghat, do visit the beautiful Chail Palace, and then trek up to the Kufri hill.

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