Shimla Kullu Manali Tour is one of the best tour of Himanchal Pradesh in short duration from Delhi. Shimla is the capital and largest city of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is also the headquarters of a…
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Shimla Kullu Manali Tour is one of the best tour of Himanchal Pradesh in short duration from Delhi. Shimla is the capital and largest city of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is also the headquarters of a district of the same name, surrounded by the states of Uttarakhand in the southeast, Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, Sirmaur in the south and Solan in the west. In 1864, Shimla was declared the summer capital of the British Raj in India. Along with Raj, it was the headquarters of the Commander-in-Chief of the British Indian Army and also the summer capital of the province of Punjab since 1876. After independence, Shimla Nagar became the capital of the state of East Punjab and later on the formation of Himachal Pradesh, it was declared the capital of the state. A popular tourist destination, Shimla is also often known as the Queen of the Mountains. It is the major commercial, cultural and educational center of the state.
Manali (elevation 1,950 m or 6,398 ft) is an important hill station in the hills of the state of Himachal Pradesh, India, located in the valley of the Beas river near the northern end of the Kullu valley. Administratively Manali is a part of Kullu district with a population of about 30,000. This small town was the beginning of an ancient trade route from Ladakh and thence through Karakoram road to Yarkand and Khotan in Tareem Basin. The city of Manali is named after Manu. The word Manali literally means “abode of Manu”. Legend has it that after the destruction of the world by the deluge, Sadhu Manu landed on his ship to recreate human life. Manali is known as the “Valley of the Gods”. The old Manali village has an ancient temple dedicated to sage Manu.
Shimla Kullu Manali Tour is best for Honeymoon couple, Family, School and corporate groups. There are many sightseen points and adventure activities like Rafting, Camping, Rock Climbing, Valley Crossing, Paragliding etc. can enjoy.
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Delhi to Manali by Road: (550 kms) : 11-12 Hours
Arrive Early Morning in Airport, Our vehicle will pick up you from Airport and will drive for Shimla,
Breakfast and refreshment will be on the way to Shimla, this full day will be in Journey.
Evening check in Hotel in Shimla and Overnight stay.
Morning after breakfast drive for Manali Sightseeing Visit Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monasteries and Vashist Village, evening visit Manali Local Market and enjoy Shopping. Night stay in Manali.
Manali –Kullu – Shimla : 250 km 8-9 Hours
Today will drive for Shimla after breakfast, en route visit Kullu, today driving will pass through many towns and village of Himanchal which is full of natural beauty.
Evening Check in Hotel in Shimla & Night Stay.
Morning after Breakfast we will drive Shimla Sightseeing, Visit Jakhu temple, Hanuman Temple, Christ Church and Hanuman Temple, later in Afternoon drive for Kafri Visit which is famous point in Shimla and surrounded by dense forest and can see magnificent view of Himalayan Mountains. After visiting Kufri will drive back to Shimla for night Stay.
Shimla to Delhi : 345 km : 8-9 Hour
Early Morning Check out from Hotel and drive for Delhi, our vehicle will drop you at International airport and fly for your destination
- 4 night stay in Hotels
- Breakfast & Dinner in Hotels
- Private cab Indigo, Dzire, Innova, Xylo, Tempo Traveller as per group size.
- Driver’s allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges, Parking and Toll taxes
- Items of personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, room service charges, soft drinks and hard drink charges, etc
- The payments for additional services taken at the hotel are to be settled directly at the hotel
- Meals other than Breakfast & Dinner
- Any Entry fee, Camera Fee, Pooja Charge in Visiting Places
- Any service not mentioned in inclusions
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