Manali Volvo Tour Package
Duration : 5 Nights / 6 Days
Destinations: Delhi – Manali – Delhi
Day 01: Delhi – Manali
Arrive in Delhi by Air or Train. After reaching in Delhi go to Minto Road, Gandhi Market, ( on your own) at 5:00 PM .At sharp 5:30 Depart from Delhi to Manali. Travel by overnight Volvo bus from Delhi to Manali (12 – 14 Hours). (Manali is also famous for adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking. In short, Manali-is the “Valley of the Gods” and an ideal place for the ones in search of both adventure and comfort. Reach Manali next morning at 6 – 8 AM.
Day 02: Manali Arrival (Local Sightseeing)
On arrival at Manali, our representative assists to transfer you to the pre-booked hotel. Check in at the hotel, freshen up and enjoy leisure time at the comfort of your room. After Some time enjoy the city tour visiting to some of the prominent spots and attractions including Hadimba Devi Temple also called Dhungri Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monastery and Vashisth Village. After enjoying exciting tour of Manali city return back by afternoon and enjoy at your free will (reserved for leisure). Dinner and Overnight stay will be at the hotel in Manali.
Day 03: Manali (Full day Trip to Rohtang Pass/ Snow Point ) (Snow Point /Solang valley incase Rohtang is closed)
Enjoy the morning breakfast at the hotel and later get ready for an excursion to visit Kothi Gorge, Marhi, Gulaba. Rothang Pass is outstandingly beautiful and is an ideal spot to view the majestic snow covered Himalayas, serene natural surroundings, pristine lake and fairy white snow round the year. Return back to the hotel on time for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 04: Manali (Full Day Trip to Kullu( 45Kms) Manikaran ( 80Kms )
Enjoy the morning breakfast at the hotel and later get ready for an excursion to visit Manikaran. Manikaran has the World’s hottest Suplhur Spring Waters ,Parvati River, and is a holy place for Hindus & Sikhs alike. Return back to Kullu town enroute visiting the Kasol valley, Rafting in the Beas River, Angora Farm ,Vaishno devi Temple & famous Kullu Shawl Industry. Drive back to Manali. Check in at the Hotel in Manali.Overnight stay at the Hotel in Manali.
Day 05: Manali – Delhi Departure
Morning enjoy the breakfast and check out from the hotel at 12 noon (Luggage can be kept at reception or bell desk. Afternoon enjoys at leisure or can take stroll down the mall in Manali and enjoy shopping antiques, shawls and handicrafts. Evening catch the
volvo from Manali at 4.00 PM to proceed Delhi. Overnight Journey.
Day 06: Arrival at Delhi – Tour Ends
Arrival at Delhi, the glorious tour to the heavenly Manali comes to an end. In this way your visit to one of the paradise on earth located amidst the lofty Himalayas ends offering your glorious memories to cherish for lifetime..
Package Inclusions :
Delhi – Manali AC Volvo Coach (2×2) AC, Video Coach
2 Nights Journey by Volvo Bus
3 Nights Accommodation in Manali
Welcome drink on arrival
Daily Bed Tea, Breakfast & Dinner at all places
One Candle Light dinner in Manali.
10% Discount on Laundry
All applicable taxes
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
Package Doesn’t Inclusions :
Any Lunch , Water.
Horse Ride in Manali
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