|Grand Himachal Tour Package
Duration : 9 Nights / 10 Days
Destinations: Delhi, Shimla, Manali – Dharamshala, Dalhousie,Chandaigarh
|Day 01: Delhi – Shimla (380 Kms)
On Arrival at Delhi our transporter will meet you and transfer by car to Shimla .Arrive Shimla by evening , check in hotel . Evening free to visit Mall Road after refreshment . Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel
Day 02: Shimla (Full Day trip to Kufri & Local )
After Breakfast proceed for Full day sight seeing to fagoo Valley, Green Valley , White Flower hall, Halipad , Bhimakali temple, Kufri, Indira Tourist Park & Mini zoo in Shimla by Individual Taxi. In the evening back to Hotel . Free to visit to Mall Road for sovenier Shopping. Overnight stay & Dinner at Hotel.
Day 03: Shimla – Manali
After Break fast Drive from Shimla to Manali.Enroute visit Kullu. Evening Checkin hotel.Free to visit Mall Road.Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 04: Manali (Half day local sightseeing )
After Breakfast Visit Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monastery and Vashisht Village. Evening free to visit Mall Road .Back to Hotel . Dinner & Overnight stay at hotel..
Day 05: Manali (Full day trip to Rohtang pass/Snow point )
After Breakfast Full day excursion visiting Kothi Gorge, Gulaba, Marhi, Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley – (tourist spot in Himalaya having snow all 12 months) is the most visited tourist spot .Evening back to hotel.Dinner and Overnight at hotel.
Day 06: Manali -Dharamshala
After Breakfast checkout hotel & proceed to Dharamshala. Arrived Dharamshala Enroute visit Baijnath Temple and Chamunda Devi Temple. Thereafter Check-in to Hotel. Overnight stay here.
Day 07: Dharamshala – Dalhousie ( 140 k.M / 4 Hour )
After breakfast depart Dharamshala & Proceed to Dalhousie .Hotel Check in by Afternoon & after some rest Visit Local sightseeing Churches , Panchpula , Subhash Baoli , BaraPathar
Day 08: Dalhousie (Full day trip to Chamba & Khajjiar )
After breakfast visit Full Day sight seeing Chamba via Khajjiar, Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 09 : Dalhousie – Chandigarh (320 Km )
After B/F check out from hotel. Depart for Chandigarh. Check in to the hotel. evening free for leisure. Dinner & Overnight stay.
Day 10 : Chandigarh – Delhi
After Breakfast check out from hotel and enroute visit Rock garden, sukhna lake and proceed for Delhi Airport/Railway Station for your onward journey. Package Inclusions :
2 Nights Accommodation in Shimla
3 Nights Accommodation in Manali
1 Night Accommodation in Dharamshala
2 Nights Accommodation in Dalhousie
1 night Accommodation in Chandigarh
Welcome Drink on Arrival
Daily Bed Tea, Breakfast & Dinner
One Candle Light Dinner in Manali
Pick up & Drop Ex – Delhi
All transfers & Sightseeing by A/c Car
All toll tax, parking charges, driver charges, fuel cost inclusive
All Taxes Include
Half day local sightseeing of Manali by individual car
One full day sightseeing of Snow Point/Rohtang Pass by Individual car
One Full day sightseeing of Kullu/Manikaran by Individual car
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