Day 01: Delhi – Shimla(370 Kms,7-8 hours)
Upon arrival in Delhi Airport/railway station, greeted by representative and departed to Shimla by road. En-route visit Parwanoo, timbertrail, Solan. Spend an overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 02: Shimla Localsightseeing
After breakfast, visit Kufri, the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, the famous Jakhoo Temple and Sankat Mochan Temple of Shimla. Evening, take a stroll in the local market to explore the offerings at the Ridge, The Christ Church of Shimla, The Gaiety Theatre building, and the scandal point of Shimla. Overnight stay at Hotel in Shimla.
Day 03: Shimla-Manali(260 Kms,7-8 Hours)
After leisurely breakfast, transferred from Shimla to Manali (265 KM 8 HRS) En-route visit Kullu town. Spend the night at the hotel.
Day 04: Manali - Rohtang Pass - Manali
After breakfast, visit Rohtang Pass Valley. Take pleasure of various adventurous sports including skiing, paragliding, snow scooter ride etc. Drive back to Manali in evening followed by an overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 05: Manali - Dharamshala 09 hours journey (210 Kms,7-8 Hours)
Check Out hotel and drive to Dharamshala via Kullu evening reach Dharamshala check in hotel overnight at hotel.
Day 06 : Dharamshala Local Sightseeing
After breakfast visit Mcleodganj, Dalai Lama temple, Bhagsu water fall, Naddi, Dallake .Evening is free to visit Mall road.Overnight stay at Hotel
Day 07 : Dharamshala to Dalhousie(130 Kms,3-4 Hours)
After breakfast drive for Dalhousie. Evening is free to Visit Market. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 08 : Dalhousie - Khajjiar- Dalhousie
Visit the perfect location of Khajjar via Bakrota hills, Lakkarmandi, Kala top for a full day excursion to Khajjiar. Drive back to Dalhousie in evening.
Day 09: Dalhousie-Delhi (570 Kms, 14-15 Hours)
Leave for Delhi railway station or airport from Dalhousie for further journey.
Himachal Pradesh is a loving dream world, encompassing the best of natural sceneries like snowy peaks, thick forests, mesmerizing river valleys, musical waterfalls, and dense fruit orchards. Proudly flaunting the traces of colonialism, the state clearly has a strong influence of Buddhism due to the presence of the Tibetan leader, Dalai Lama in Dharamshala and ancient monasteries all over the state. However, ancient Hindu temples are seen in numbers throughout the corners and breaths of this majestic state. It seemed like Himachal is God’s favorite child bestowed with the precious natural gifts. Located in the western Himalayas, the state is well-connected to the rest of the country. You can board the flight from prominent cities of North India or catch up a train route till Kalka and Chandigarh or for more fun, hire a private taxi or just drive your own vehicle to cover the best of Himachal journey.