Manali and Shimla



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Rs. 3000



It’s not without basis that Himachal Pradesh is celebrated as a tourist destination for all reasons and for all seasons. Visitors from the world over visit the state to marvel at nature, explore trails less travelled and be among one of the most hospitable people inhabiting the Himalayan lands. To have you partake of Himachal’s tourist getaways, we at World Tour & Travels had customized a 6 day, 5 night package in which you get to visit Manali and Shimla, the two most popular tourist destinations of the state.



Welcome drink on arrival


Any monument entry fees / camera fees


For Heater Requirement directly contact to Hoteliers


Transfer from Delhi/Chandigarh airport /train station to Manali hotel



DAY 1: Delhi – Manali (570 KM, 10 – 12 Hrs.)

The tour gets underway with our representative picking you up from Delhi/Chandigarh to have you board the vehicle that leaves for Manali. The stay in Manali will be organised for your comfort. On arrival our representative will help you check into your hotel. Having freshened up a filling dinner awaits you at the hotel

DAY 2 – Manali Sight Seeing Tour

Nestled in a valley of the Pir Panjal Mountains, Manali is a sprawling resort township on the banks of River Beas. Being one of the most popular tourist destinations of India, there is a lot to see and indulge in, in and around Manali. Towering snow clad peaks, a clean river flowing by, dark forests around orchard and farmlands give the tourist place a unique charm. The Manali tour starts with a visit to Hadima Devi temple, sheltered in a cedar (deodar trees) shaded glade. The ageless Devi is the presiding goddess of Manali and the valley. As the day progress, a visit to the Tibetan monastery, Club House and Vashist temple is on the cards. The evening can be spent exploring the local market for handicrafts and exotic eateries.

DAY 3 - Manali – Solang Valley – Gulaba - Manali

Waking up to the freshness of mountain air, Day 3 of the tour takes you higher into the mountains, first into Solang valley (8500 feet altitude) where skiing is conducted in the winters and summer activities include ballooning and tandem paragliding flight thrills. From here the tour proceeds to Gulaba, the snow point on the way to Rohtang Pass. With the Pass closed from November to February, Gulaba is the highest point that vehicles are permitted to access during this period. Summer excursions do go all the way to Rohtang Top. The Manali-Rohtang highway heads on to Keylong in Lahaul and further up to Leh in Ladhak. As you head higher into the mountains, the valley opens up more and more and the panorama of white ranges gets wider and wider. The sheer delight of being to such heights is the highlight of the day. As evening descends over the mountains, we make our way back to the valley for a warm dinner, before crashing out for the night.

DAY 4 - Manali –Manikaran – Manali (160 Km Round Trip)

After an early breakfast, the tour sets out to explore Paravati valley with its jewel township of Manikaran. Parvati is a tributary river of Beas that originates at Pin-Parvati Pass. The drive from Manali to Kullu along Beas river diverges near Bhuntar to move into Parvati valley. From the confluence point Manikaran is about 40 Kms upstream. Famous as a pilgrimage centre, Guru Nanak, founder of the Sikh faith, is said to have trekked to this place and bathed at it’s famous hot springs. A Gurudwara at Manikaran commemorates the Sikh gurus visit. However, it is the older legend about Goddess Parvati, the consort of Lord Shiva, having lost her ear rings in the valley that gives the place it’s name. An angry Shiva had to open his third eye to scare Sheshnag, the serpent king, who had taken possession of the lost jewels. The heat of Shiva’s energy made the water boil and forced Sheshnag to return Parvati’s jewelry. Believer’s hold that the hot springs are where the lost jewels were recovered from. The Ramchandra Temple at Manikaran was built in the 17th century by Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu house. After a visit to the pilgrim town, the journey returns to Manali for dinner and night stay.

DAY 5 – Manali - Shimla (280 KM 7-8 hrs)

From Manali one Day 5 the tour moves to Shimla, the queen of hill stations. A welcome drink, with our representative in attendance will have you check into your hotel of stay. After shaking of the journey lag, there will be time for a leisure walk on The Mall Road, where you can shop, have a snack and enjoy the evening wandering about. Dinner will be served at the hotel of stay.

DAY 6 - Shimla – Kufri - Shimla

Starting out after breakfast, the day’s trip will have you visiting a lush Green Valley, the Kufri Mini Zoo, Kufri Fun Campus and have your leisurely wander around Kufri market before returning to the city. The evening can be spent walking down The Mall Road, visiting the historic Christ Church or shopping souvenirs in Lakkar Bazar. Dinner will be at the hotel.

DAY 7 – Shimla – Delhi

The tour ends with our driver dropping you back at Delhi on Day 7, but not before a parting breakfast at the hotel, clicking of selfies and gathering the memories of have lived out a dream holiday.

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