AMRITSAR 1 NIGHT | DALHOUSIE 3 NIGHTS | MANALI 4 NIGHTS | SHIMLA 2 NIGHTS | CHANDIGARH 1 NIGHT
Meet and greet on arrival at Amritsar railway station/ airport. Transfer to the hotel. Visit Golden Temple, Jalianwala baug and Waga border in the evening. O/n Amritsar.
After breakfast proceed for Dalhousie. Drive in the nature to Dalhousie. Arrive Dalhousie and check into the hotel. Dalhousie, with its ‘old world charm’ and lingering echoes has several places of interest. Visit the Mall which is the main shopping area. Overnight stay at Dalhousie.
After breakfast visit to Khajjiar. Khajjiar is a saucer shaped glade that has a circumference of about five kilometers. There is small lake fed by the brooks that traverse the glade green carpet. Khajjiar is often called “Mini Switzerland”. Afternoon back to Dalhousie and visit the Subhash Chowk, Gandhi Chowk, Churches and Panchpula. Overnight stay at Dalhousie.
After breakfast free at leisure, after lunch visit Rock Garden and Chamera Dam. In the evening enjoy shopping at the famous Tibetans Market. Overnight at Dalhousie.
After early breakfast you move ahead for Manali which is an apx 10hrs drive from Dalhousie. Manali, with fertile valley, imposing forests and fast flowing river set against the backdrop of high snow-clad mountains is a popular resort for all seasons and for all travelers. Enroute you will visit the Tea Garden of Palampur. Arrive Manali and check into the hotel. Refresh & relax, explore the property. Overnight stay at Manali.
After breakfast local sight seeing of Manali. Visit Hadimba Temple, Mannu temple Tibetan Monastery, and hot water baths at Vashist. Afternoon drive to Naggar visiting Jagat Sukh Temples enroute. In Naggar Visit Naggar Castle and Roriech Art Gallery. Evening back to hotel. Overnight stay at Manali.
After breakfast drive to Manikaran. Manikaran is a town that is located in the Kullu district of the state of Himachal Pradesh. The town is an important religious site for people of both Hindu and Sikh religions. After Reaching Manikaran visit Lord Ramchandra Temple and Sri Guru Nanak Devji Gurudwara. The prime attraction of the town is its hot springs that are located in and around the place. These natural springs are a rare phenomenon and the region surrounding the town is also beautiful. Evening back to hotel in Manali. Overnight stay at Manali.
Morning after breakfast drive to Solang Valley. Situated 13 km northwest of Manali, between Beas Kund and Solang village is the gorgeous Solang valley, particularly a pictorial spot presenting awesome scenery of snow clad mountains and glaciers. Solang valley, also known as Snow Point is famous for its 300m ski lift. The place is also well known for adventurous sports whether summer or winter sports. Parachuting, skating/skiing, zorbing and paragliding are some of the famous sports enjoyed here. Evening back to hotel. Overnight stay at Manali.
After breakfast you leave for Shimla, apx 5 hours journey a midst mountain ranges and chilled flowing river accompanying you throughout the Journey. Once known as the ‘Queen of Hills’, Shimla is one of the most popular hill stations in India. Set in the midst of majestic pine forests, Shimla offers breathtaking mountain views and clean & clear salubrious air. Visit the Mall which is the main shopping area. Overnight stay at Shimla.
Kufri is a tiny hill station located 19-kms from Shimla on the National Highway No.22. It has a Himalayan Nature park and close by is the Indira Tourist Park. Indira Park provides some great views of the nearby places. Here you can enjoy a Pony or a Yak Ride (on your own expense). Evening Back to Hotel. Overnight at Shimla.
Morning after breakfast drive to Chandigarh Airport/Railway Station where you will board the Flight/Train with memorable experience of the tour conducted by team TravelSpree.
**One Night can be added in Manali to Visit Rohtang Pass but for rohtang pass local car needs to be hired for which cost needs to born by tourist directly and Visit to Rohtang pass is dependent on weather conditions.
Himachal Pradesh, a northern Indian state in the Himalayas, is known for its trekking, climbing and skiing, and scenic mountain towns and resorts such as Dalhousie. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh also has a strong Tibetan presence, reflected in its Buddhist temples and monasteries, cuisine heavy on noodles and dumplings, and vibrant Tibetan New Year celebrations.