Arrival at ChandigarhDay One TransferShimla
If the gorgeous capital of HP is inviting enough for you lovebirds, here’s all you must know to plan a honeymoon in Shimla. Every street, cafe, viewpoint, and nature trail of the capital city of Himachal Pradesh oozes romance En route to Shimla, a stopover at Pinjore Garden- a 17 the century Mughal garden -is must to witness the grandeur of Mughal architecture. Continue towards Shimla and check-in to your hotel once you reach. Relax and watch the sun set behind the mighty Himalayas while sipping the hot tea and spend the evening at leisure.
Excursion to Kufri DayDay Two Sightseeingkufri
After a delicious breakfast, prepare yourself for some adventurous trek to Kufri. If you are not prepared to for a trek, hire a horse to visit this place. The lush green hideout is located 2622 meters above sea level, flaunting an impressive Himalayan view. On the way to the Kufri, pay a visit to the Green Valley- a beautiful and breathtaking mountain range. A God's gift to the wonderful and charming city of Shimla and every tourists' answered prayer to being able to find a place bereft of pollution, constant traffic jams and incessant noise and din. Visit Indira tourist park and enjoy the pony and yak rides in the park. The park also has a beer bar, a video games parlour, and an ice-cream parlour. You many also want to get snapped in Himachali clothes for making it a memorable holiday experience. At Fagu, explore the best of photographer in you. Fagu offers you the vivid dales and snow peaks, and beautiful views. Fagu can be described as the place for perfect relaxation and peace of mind. Also visit the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, a Heritage building that is 128 years old and it is said that this building was the summer capital of the British. Overnight stay at the hotel.
In ShimlaDay Three Sightseeing
After Breakfast visit The Ridge, which is adorned by Gothic structures, shops and restaurants. You can also make a visit to the popular Christ Church and head to the holy Jakhoo Temple with one of the largest Hanuman statue in India. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Depart to your homeDay Four
After breakfast drive towards Chandigarh airport/ railway station for your onward destination with your heart and mind full of sweet memories.
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How to reach
There are 3 ways to reach Himachal. By road, via Kashmir, Delhi, Haryana and Chandigarh. By train, best option is Kalki Railway Station. By air, one can reach Jubbarhath Airport in Kullu, Bhuntar Airport in Shimla and Gaggal Airport in Kangra which are connected to major Indian cities.
Things to do
Heli-Skiing, down hill cycling, trekking through Himachal National Park, Flying at Bir-Billing, Rafting in Kullu valley, Trek to Manali, Snow camping at Mashobra, Rock climbing, Mountain biking, Fishing in Rohru and Golf playing at Naldhera.
Himachal was established in 1948 as Chief Commissioner's province. It became a part C state on 26th January 1950 with implementation of Indian constitution. On 1st November 1956, it became Union territory. Finally on 25th January 1971, it emerged as 18th State of Indian Union.
Culture and Food
Himachal include the Brahmins, Rajputs, Kannets Rathis and Kolus. It is well known for its handicrafts. In food, tourists can try lentil and plain rice which is important food of Himachal and festive special Sidu.
Places to visit
Triund Dal Lake, Dharamkot, Bhase waterfall, Dain Kund Peak, Ganj Pahari, Sach Pars, Garam Sadak. Monkey point, Sunset point, Christ Church, St. Patrick's Church, River Ravi, Khajjiar Lake, Chamera Lake, Kalotop wildlife sanctuary, Rang Mahal, River Beas, Logini waterfall.