- Day 0
Delhi to Shimla Departure.
- Day 1
Kufri Visit - Mall road - Overnight stay in Shimla
- Day 2
Early morning departure to Manali – Mall Road Visit
- Day 3
Solang Valley – Rohtang Pass Visit/Gulaba Snow Point - Overnight Stay in Manali
- Day 4
Vashishtha Temple Visit – Old Manali – Relax & Chill - Overnight Stay in Manali
- Day 5
Manali Local Market - Departure to Delhi
- Day 6
Reach Delhi early morning.
|Departure Location||Trip Duration|
|New Delhi||4 Nights/5 Days|
Departure from Delhi to Shimla in evening.
Reach Shimla, check-in to the hotel and after breakfast get ready to explore near by places. You can opt to visit Kufri. Come back to Shimla in evening and visit mall road.
Overnight stay at Shimla.
Post breakfast drive to Manali. On the way Pandoh Dam and reach Manali by evening. Freshen up and head to Mall Road. Overnight Stay at Manali.
Reach Manali, check-in to the hotel and post breakfast get ready to visit Solang Valley and Gulaba. Come back to Manali and rest. Overnight stay in Manali.
Post breakfast get ready to visit Vashishtha Temple. In evening come back to Manali and visit old Manali cafes for some delicious food and live music performance.
After check-out you are free to explore local Manali by visiting Hadimba Devi temple, Manu temple, Van Vihar and Mall road. In evening departure from Manali to Delhi.
Starting @ INR 11,999/- per person
- Delhi to Shimla, Shimla to Manali and Manali to Delhi by Volvo.
- Internal transfer by private Cab.
- 4 Nights accommodation (1 Night in Shimla and 3 Nights in Manali.)
- A total 6 meals (Day 1- Breakfast, Day 2- Breakfast, Day 3- Breakfast + Dinner, Day 4- Breakfast, Day 5- Breakfast) included.
- Driver Allowances, Night charges and toll and parking charges are included.
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions.
- Entry Fees/Camera Fees for entering any monument.
- Tips to helper, cook, guide or any staff.
- Any other costing involved due to any kind of natural calamity, forced circumstances which are out of our control.
- 5% GST excluded.
No Refund shall be made with respect to the initial booking amount for any cancellations. However
- If cancellations are made 30 days before the start date of the trip, 50% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- If cancellations are made 15-30 days before the start date of the trip, 75% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- If cancellations are made within 0-15 days before the start date of the trip, 100% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
- In the case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be canceled and in such cases, the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However, no refund will be provided for the same.
Things to Carry
Gear and Extra:
• A rucksack bag and a day pack.
• 3-liter water bladder or water bottle
• A sun cap and a woolen cap
• UV protected sunglasses
• At least 1 pair of inner thermals
• One cotton long sleeves and 2 short sleeve t-shirt
• 1 flees jacket
• 1 heavy Thick jacket/down jacket
• 1 pair of gloves
• At least 2 long pants (trek pants and cargo pants are favorable)
• 4 sets of undergarments
• 2 pair of socks
• A small towel
• A rain jacket or a poncho
• Above-the-ankle waterproof and breathable hiking boots with good grip
• Flip flops/sandals
• One strip of Diamox
• Glucose powder
• medicines for headaches, diarrhea, motion and altitude sickness
• Sprain relief spray
• Crepe bandage
• Any personal medication advised by the doctor
Personal & accessories:
• Toothpaste, toothbrush
• Paper soap, or sanitizer
• Sunscreen minimum of spf40 , lip balm, cold creams
• Body spray
• Led torch light
Strung out along a 12km ridge, with steep forested hillsides falling away in all directions, the Himachal capital is one of India’s most popular hill resorts, buzzing with a happy flow of heat-escaping Indian vacationers. For some visitors the attraction is perusing a dwindling series of relics from Shimla’s previous incarnation as the summer capital of British India. Traffic is banned from the central part of town, so walking is pleasant – even when huffing and puffing uphill. The long, winding main street, The Mall, runs east and west just below the spine of the hill. South of it, the maze-like alleys and stairways of the bustling bazaar cascade steeply down to traffic-infested Cart Rd.
Nestled in between the snow-capped slopes of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, Manali is one of the most popular hill stations in the country. With jaw-dropping views, lush green forests, sprawling meadows carpeted with flowers, gushing blue streams, a perpetual fairy-tale like mist lingering in the air, and a persistent fragrance of pines and freshness – Manali has been blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty. From museums to temples, from quaint little hippie villages to bustling upscale streets, river adventures to trekking trails, Manali has ever a reason to be the tourist magnet it is, all year round.
Clean roads, swaying eucalyptus trees, endearing little eateries, small kitschy local market places, and cafes which serve delicious local food at unbelievable prices, Old Manali is a serene, tranquil place, whose lingering silence is broken only by the twittering of the birds and the sound of the roaring waters of the Kullu river.
Solang Valley is the of the most visited places in Manali, with the drive up to Solang being as picturesque as the valley itself. Not only does Solang Valley offer some breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape, but its slopes are also a very popular skiing destination, especially during the winters. In summers, the place turns into a paragliding heaven.