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 KufriDay Two sightseeing
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. In the evening you are free to shop or stroll around 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.
Shimla To ManaliDay Three Transfersightseeing
Relish mouth-watering breakfast and check out from the hotel. Head towards the enchanting hill station of Manali. While on the road to Manali, enjoy sightseeing in Sundernagar Lake, Hanogi Devi Temple, Mandi and others. In Manali visit Hadimba Temple: Located amidst the snow covered hills of Manali, the Hadimba temple is a unique shrine dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhima and mother of Ghatothkach. Feel mesmerized by the gorgeous cedar forests around the beautiful shrine which is built on a rock. Manu Temple: Named after the holy Sage Manu, the Manu temple in Manali is one of the prime attractions among religious sites of Manali. A quiet and a tranquil place where it is believed that the first human Manu saved the world and rehabilitated the human race. Just bask in the strong sunshine with great views of the Himalayas from the courtyard of the temple. Vashisht Temple & Hot Water Springs: A small village located around 3 km from Manali across the River Beas. Take a dip in the hot sulphurous water springs to ease out the mental stress and the water is believed to cure many skin diseases. Or simply you can use many Turkish-style bath houses available near the spring to take bath and enjoy the warmth of the place in privacy. Van Vihar is located right behind the Hadimba Temple and is indeed an ideal place where you can relax, go boating, and spend moments at leisure. Hop on a boat and peddle with your beloved to the banks and enjoy moments of love while exploring the beauty of this place.
Excursion to Rohtang PassDay Four sightseeing
After an early breakfast, and checkout from the hotel in Manali, we will drive to the Rohtang Pass-- Rohtang pass is a cool and great place to visit in summer season. Here, everyone play with snow, scating, and yack riding etc. Rohatng pass is 3,978 m (13,050 ft)) from the sea level. Take most of the natural landscape as it is enchanting and do not miss the chance to discover the photographer within you. Spend some time in this snow paradise, glancing at the magnificent views of the valley. If time permits there will be halts in Solang Valley and Rahalla Falls. Make the most of your time here. Make your way to the hotel and stay overnight in the hotel. Optional: In case Rohtang Pass is closed then make a trip to Solang Valley.
Half-day In ManaliDay Five sightseeing
Take the half-day Manali sightseeing tour and get to know this lovely hill station closely. Wake up to a beautiful day and have your breakfast. In Manali visit Hadimba Temple: Located amidst the snow covered hills of Manali, the Hadimba temple is a unique shrine dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhima and mother of Ghatothkach. Feel mesmerized by the gorgeous cedar forests around the beautiful shrine which is built on a rock. Manu Temple: Named after the holy Sage Manu, the Manu temple in Manali is one of the prime attractions among religious sites of Manali. A quiet and a tranquil place where it is believed that the first human Manu saved the world and rehabilitated the human race. Just bask in the strong sunshine with great views of the Himalayas from the courtyard of the temple. Vashisht Temple & Hot Water Springs: A small village located around 3 km from Manali across the River Beas. Take a dip in the hot sulphurous water springs to ease out the mental stress and the water is believed to cure many skin diseases. Or simply you can use many Turkish-style bath houses available near the spring to take bath and enjoy the warmth of the place in privacy. Van Vihar is located right behind the Hadimba Temple and is indeed an ideal place where you can relax, go boating, and spend moments at leisure. Hop on a boat and peddle with your beloved to the banks and enjoy moments of love while exploring the beauty of this place.
Manali To DharamshalaDay Six TransferSightseeing
Post breakfast, we will take you to the Dharamshala and McLeodganj. Drive past the ever-captivating Kullu Valley, Palampur tea garden, Baijnath, and Chamunda Devi Temple. On reaching Dharamshala, check in to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. The picturesque surroundings of Dharamshala and the presence of great Buddhism culture make this hill stations one of the best in India. Visit Tsuglagkhang Complex, the official home of the 14th Dalai Lama and is the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet. Also visit Masrur temple complex, famous for its various rock-cut temples that date back to the 8th century AD.
Excursion To DalhousieDay Seven Sightseeing
Post breakfast a visit to the Mini Switzerland of India is a must. Take a stroll through the Little Lhasa, Mcleodganj. Visit the church, St. John in the Wilderness, from 1852 and click some photographs. The place is one of the most frequented spots in Dharamshala and is famous for its Tibetan culture, handicrafts and temples. The Hanuman Tibba is the highest peak at the height of 5,639 meters above sea level and can be viewed from McLeod Ganj. Visit the mini Switzerland of India, Khajjiar- a small hill town located at 2000 meters above sea level at a short distance from Dalhousie. Relax around the soothing Chamera Lake which is a sight to behold. Located on the outskirts of Dalhousie, this place is perfect for spending some quality time with your family or friends.
Excursion To khajjairDay Eight Sightseeing
Post breakfast, Wander through the Mini Switzerland of India and find yourself amid the lush green paradise The Khajjiar Lake and Ground is an ideal place for photography and has been used as a back drop in many movies. Relax around the number of tiny water streams. Embark on an exciting sightseeing session of Khajjiar. Seek blessings from the Khajjar nag – a 12th century AD temple. The idom “old is gold” stands true here as this is the holiest and the most important temple in the lives of the people of Himachal Pradesh. Take a stroll in Khalatop Wildlife Sanctuary that is surrounded with oak trees and coniferous trees. A visit to Khajjiar is incomplete without a visit to this sanctuary. In the evening return to your hotel and spend time at leisure. You may also opt to shop in the local markets. Stay overnight in your comfortable hotel room.
Dalhousie To AmritsarDay Nine Sightseeing
Post a delicious breakfast, visit Amritsar in the Land of five rivers. Check in at your hotel and relax for a while. In the afternoon get ready to witness the flag lowering ceremony at the Wagah on India-Pakistan Border. The lowering of the flags ceremony at the Wagah border is a daily military practice that the security forces of India (Border Security Force, BSF) and Pakistan (Pakistan Rangers) have jointly followed since 1959. The colourful drill is characterized by elaborate and rapid dancelike manoeuvres. The ceremony is so enthralling that it adds to the already epic family holiday in Himachal.
Depart To HomeDay Ten SightseeingDeparture
The moment you hear Amritsar mentioned, your mind is sure to recall the famous attraction in the land – The Golden temple. This ancient land is home to various shrines and places of historical importance. Here are the top destinations in Amritsar. Treat your tastebuds with delicious breakfast before you check out from the hotel. Indulge in Amritsar sightseeing tour, during which you’ll visit the iconic and pious Golden Temple and the JallianwalaBagh-an important milestone in the Indian freedom struggle. You can also enjoy shopping in colorful local markets post-sightseeing. Later in the day, drive to Chandigarh Airport or Railway Station and continue your homebound journey.
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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.