Day one: – Chandigarh to Shimla
When you would reach Chandigarh, we would be there to pick you up. Start the journey and drive to our first destination, Shimla. Two notable places en route are the Pinjore garden and the Timber trail resort. After arrival in Shimla, You can check in your hotel. The rest of your time is at leisure.
Day two: – Shimla local sightseeing
After you have your breakfast, we would be all set for an exciting day to discover the attractions of Shimla. Our first destination would be the Tara Devi and Sankat Mochan Temple. After that travel to Kufri, The Vice Regal Lodge, Bird Park and State Museum. If time permits, we can take a tour of Jakhoo temple. Spend your Evening in Shimla at hot spots like the Mall road, the Ridge, and the Lakkar Bazaar. Night stay would be at Shimla.
Day three: – Shimla to Manali
We would be moving to Manali on day three and on our way to Manali we would stop by the Gobind Sagar Lake, Kullu and Pundoh dam. After we arrive in Manali, you can have the rest in your hotel room to overcome the arduous journey.
Day four: – Manali local sightseeing
Day four of the tour is reserved for exploration of the splendor of Manali and we would start from the remarkable temple of Hadimba Devi where you can enjoy some awesome site seeing of lush green forests and valleys. You can enjoy yak ride and some snow activities in winters there. Our next destinations would be the Manu temple, Village Vashisht, and clubhouse in old Manali. You can take a walk at Mall road Manali in the evening. Also You can have an extraordinary experience of classic restaurants of Manali. Night stay would be at Manali.
Day five: – Manali to Dharamshala
We would drive to the exuberant town of Dharamshala on the fifth day and after arrival, you can check in and enjoy the rest of time on your own.
Day Six: – Dharamshala sightseeing
This would be the last day of the trip in Himachal and probably the best because Dharamshala has got all the charm to conquer your hearts. The most notable of the places is Mcleodganj which is also known as mini Lhasa due to the flourishing Tibetan culture. It is also the home of his Holiness Dalai Lama. Places to see are the Tibetan Monastery, Bhagsunag waterfalls and Dal Lake. Dharamshala presents the astounding view of the great Dhauladhar range where you can see gigantic mountains all covered with snow. Dharamshala cricket stadium is also worth a visit as it is known as most beautiful cricket stadium of the world. Night stay would be at Dharamshala again.
Day seven: – Dharamshala to Chandigarh
The last day is scheduled to head back to Chandigarh and we would drop you to your desired destination to end an unforgettable vacation