Tour overview

Himachal Pradesh is a northern Indian state in the Himalayas. It’s home to scenic mountain towns and resorts such as Dalhousie. Host to the Dalai Lama, Himachal Pradesh has a strong Tibetan presence. This is reflected in its Buddhist temples and monasteries, as well as its vibrant Tibetan New Year celebrations. The region is also well known for its trekking, climbing and skiing areas.

Visit Places 3 N Manali – 1 N Dharamshala – 2 N Dalhousie – 1 N Amritsar

Manali (3 Nights) – A Star Regency (3 Star)
DELUXE ROOM – BREAKFAST ONLY

Dharamshala (1 Night) – Triund Hotel (2 Star)
DELUXE ROOM – BREAKFAST ONLY

Dalhousie (2 Nights) – Bear Valley Resort (3 Star)
DELUXE NON VIEW – BREAKFAST ONLY

Amritsar (1 Night) – TreeHouse London Street Amritsar (3 Star)
DELUXE ROOM – BREAKFAST ONLY

Short Itinerary
Feb-15 : Arrival at Chandigarh & drive to Manali by road. (9hrs.)
Feb-16 : Manali – Local Sight Seeing & Solang Valley Visit
Feb-17 : Manali – Rohtang Pass Excursion (50kms) – at Own Cost.
Feb-18 : Manali to Dharamsala (08hrs.)
Feb-19 : Dharamsala to Dalhousie (05hrs.)
Feb-20 : Dalhousie – Local Full Day Sight Seeing.
Feb-21 : Dalhousie to Amritsar (without Wagah Border) (05hrs.)
Feb-22 : Amritsar Hotel to Amritsar Airport / Railway Station Drop

Included

  • Pick from Chandigarh Airport / Railway Station & Drop to Amritsar Airport / Railway Station
  • 7 Nights Accommodation on double occupancy
  • Sedan Car Included
  • GST Tax

Not Included

  • Airfare
  • Entrace fee (if not mentioned)
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Day 1 Arrival at Chandigarh & drive to Manali by road. (9hrs.)

On arrival at Chandigarh airport/railway station, you will be welcomed by our representative & proceeds for Manali by road another beautiful hill station in the state. Located in the Beas River Valley, at an elevation of more than 2000 meters above sea level. The name 'Manali' has been derived from the words 'Manu' and 'Alaya', which mean 'Abode of Manu'. Besides this, some other prominent attractions of this hill town are Hadimba Temple, Manali Sanctuary, Arjun Gufa and Jagatsukh. Upon reaching, check-in at the Hotel and take some rest.Dinner at the Hotel. Overnight at Manali.

Day 2 Manali - Local Sight Seeing & Solang Valley Visit

The morning we proceed for Solang Valley, where we can enjoy adventure activities like Zorbing, Paragliding. Later you can also visit Tibetan Monastery- not only a place of worship but also a Tibetan culture centre, the natural springs and sandstone temples at Vashist Village, Hadimba Devi Temple- dedicated to Hidimba, wife of Bhim-one of the 5 Pandava brother of the Hindu epic Mahabharata and the Manu Temple- and old temple dedicated to sage Manu. Club House In the evening we return to the hotel or free time at mall road. Overnight at Manali

Day 3 Manali - Rohtang Pass Excursion (50kms) - at Own Cost.

After early breakfast enjoy a breathtaking drive to Snow Point on the road to Rohtang Pass (Closed On Tuesdays). Known for its scenic beauty Rohtang Pass holds strategic importance for India. Manali-Leh Highway a part of NH 21 transverses Rohtang Pass. The name Rohtang means ‘ground of corpses’ due to the number of people who lost their lives trying to cross it. Besides Lahaul and Spiti Rohtang Pass also serves as the gateway to Pangi and the valley of Leh. The Pass offers beautiful sights of glaciers peaks Lahaul Valley and the Chandra River. The twin peaks of Geypan are also visible from Rohtang. Later visit the famous Solang Valley. Solang Valley locally known as Solang Nullah is renowned as the preferred location for adventure activities in Himachal Pradesh. For those who love the rush of adrenaline; there is no place better than Solang in Kullu Valley to indulge in parachuting paragliding skating and zorbing. It is 8500 feet above mean sea level. Solang is not just about adventure activities. Its lush greenery apple orchards snowcapped peaks and lakes attract lacs of visitors. Return to hotel by the evening. Enjoy Dinner and overnight in hotel. Rohtang Pass is closed from 15th November to 30th April due to SNOW

Day 4 Manali to Dharamsala (08hrs.)

After having breakfast, hit the road to Dharamshala. On the way, let the cool breeze come while treating your eyes to the scenic, spread all around. And Dharamsala local Sight Seeing Stadium , Dal lake , Bhagsu waterfall, Bahgsunag temple , Dalai lama temple , Tebitian Monestary & market , War Memorial , After arrival in Dharamshala, check-in at the hotel. Spend the evening as per your own liking. The peaceful hill town of Dharamshala or Dharamsala is an ideal holiday destination that boasts of lush greenery, fresh air, thick green forests and a number of attractions. Stay overnight.

Day 5 : Dharamsala to Dalhousie (05hrs.)

After ravishing breakfast check-out from the hotel. We move on to our next destination Dalhousie - a famous hill station in the lap of Himachal Pradesh known for its rich colonial architecture and preserves some of the beautiful churches, St. John's and St. Francis' church. Dalhousie has emerged as one of the favourite hill stations of India. It is famed for its splendid beauty and salubrious climate. Away from the hectic life of cities the tranquility of this place will take your heart away. This fascinating hill station is at a height of 6,460ft above sea level. A semblance of Tibet culture has added an exotic touch to this serene destination. Spectacular forest trails, waterfalls and springs makes this place all the more astonishing. The Mall road is a good place to shop for Himachali shawls, woollens, tibetan handicrafts and tradional jewellery. Arrive at the hotel, freshen up and enjoy your evening in the midst of snowcapped peaks with a hot cup of tea with your partner. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 6 : Dalhousie - Local Full Day Sight Seeing.

Today morning after a savoury breakfast we set out for a local sightseeing tour of Dalhousie .There are four beautiful churches in Dalhousie. These are St. Andrew's Church, St. Patrick's Church at Balun, St. Francis church at Subhash Chowk and St.John's Church at Gandhi Chowk. Subhash Baoli is a picturesque site surrounded by majestic trees and snowcapped peaks, named after Subhash Chandra Bose, the famous Indian freedom fighter, who had spent a lot of time here meditating. Panchpula is a waterfall, and an amazing picnic spot in Dalhousie, surrounded by a cover of fresh, green pine and deodar trees,. The spot where five streams come together. A Samadhi is built near Panchpula in the memory of a great revolutionary, Sardar Ajit Singh (Uncle of Martyr Bhagat Singh), who breathed his last here. Moreover, the pristine water is best enjoyed during monsoon when the water gushes down the falls and the surroundings leave you stupefied. Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the picturesque hilly Chambal district of Himachal Pradesh. The name Kalatop means 'black cap', which probably refers to the thick black forest cover on the highest hilltop in the sanctuary. The trekking and hiking trails in the Kalatop Sanctuary offers a pristine, mesmerizing

Day 7 : Dalhousie to Amritsar (without Wagah Border) (05hrs.)

Checkout from Hotel after breakfast and then we drive to Amritsar by Road. Amritsar (also called Ambarsar) is a city in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab. At the center of its walled old town is the gilded Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib), considered the holiest gurdwara, or religious complex, of the Sikh religion. It’s at the end of a causeway, surrounded by the sacred Amrit Sarovar lake, where pilgrims bathe. Amritsar has all the makings of a well-rounded tourist destination; its ancient legends, historical monuments, places of worship, old bazaars, theatre traditions and colourful festivals all serve as a window to its robust past. Overnight at Amritsar

Day 8 : Amritsar Hotel to Amritsar Airport / Railway Station Drop

After breakfast, we checkout from hotel and proceed to airport/railway station to board the flight/Train.

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