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Shimla was discovered by the British as their summer capital. Even today the hill station continues to be patronized by holidaymakers who come here to escape the heat of the plains and revel in its scenic surroundings. The road to Manali is as breathtaking as the destination itself. The little town of Manali is surrounded by mighty snow-clad peaks and deodar forests. This holiday in Himachal Pradesh’s captivating city Dharamshala is guaranteed to make your summer unforgettable. Home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government-in-exile, his Holiness the Dalai Lama’s main temple sits peacefully on the hillsides of this charming city. Dalhousie is a beautiful and serene hill station with wooded valleys and mountain springs.

Amritsar Little wonder, the city draws practically everything from the Harmandir Sahib or Golden Temple, as it has popularly come to be known. It derives its name from the templeâs water pool – the Amrit Sarovar or ‘Pool of Nectar’. And the city literally sprang to life around this pool.

himla was discovered by the British as their summer capital. Even today the hill station continues to be patronized by holidaymakers who come here to escape the heat of the plains and revel in its scenic surroundings. The road to Manali is as breathtaking as the destination itself. The little town of Manali is surrounded by mighty snow-clad peaks and deodar forests. This holiday in Himachal Pradesh’s captivating city Dharamshala is guaranteed to make your summer unforgettable. Home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government-in-exile, his Holiness the Dalai Lama’s main temple sits peacefully on the hillsides of this charming city. Dalhousie is a beautiful and serene hill station with wooded valleys and mountain springs.

Amritsar Little wonder, the city draws practically everything from the Harmandir Sahib or Golden Temple, as it has popularly come to be known. It derives its name from the templeâs water pool – the Amrit Sarovar or ‘Pool of Nectar’. And the city literally sprang to life around this pool.

Itineraries

Day 1

ARRIVE DELHI – SHIMLA (350Kms/8hrs)

Arrive Delhi meet and assist by Peepal Travel representative and then leave for Shimla. Shimla a panoramic hill station of India. This hilly town is surrounded by green meadows and snow-capped peaks that attract everyone. Arrive Shimla and you will be transfer to Hotel. Evening at leisure

Day 2

SHIMLA – KUFRI – SHIMLA (50Kms/Round Trip)

Morning after breakfast transfer to visit KUFRI – an exotic tourist place surrounded by dense forest and snow capped mountains. The amazing flora and fauna can make anyone fall in love with the place. Enjoy the scenic beauty of Kufri. You will also enjoy horse Yak riding in the apple orchids, which is very adventurous. Afternoon back from Kufri and leave for Shimla. visit Kalkadevi, Jakhu and Hanuman Temple. Then you can enjoy watching the beautiful stained-glass-windows of Christ Church, built in the 1850s. Evening stroll at Mall Road. Back to Hotel.

Overnight stay at hotel.

  • 02 nights stay at Shimla.
  • 03 nights stay at Manali.
  • 01-night stay at Dharmshala.
  • 02 nights stay at Dalhousie.
  • 01 nights stay at Amritsar.
  • Daily Breakfast & Dinner.
  • Pick up & Drop off from/to Delhi Airport/Railway Station.
  • Vehicle will be provided from Delhi for the above itinerary.
  • All Tours & Transfers as per the above itinerary.
  • Toll, tax, driver allowance included.
  • GST 5% (Government Tax) on total package price.
  • Airfare /Railway Fare.
  • Gondola / Pony Rides.
  • Any other meals than those mentioned above.
  • Any items of personal nature like tips to guides, drivers, laundry, telephone charges, shopping, wines & alcoholic beverages, mineral water (unless specified), and food and drink which is not part of set group menu.
  • Any optional tours, excursions, supplement costs, services and activities not mentioned in the itinerary inclusions.
  • Rohtang Pass sightseeing will be extra.
  • Transport: AC won’t work on hills

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