Shimla Kullu Manali tour package from Delhi

Enjoy an Unbelievably Good Shimla-Kullu-Manali 6Days/5Nights Tour Package from Delhi India, We offer comfortable package tour for this hill station.



Shimla Kullu Manali tour package Shimla, Himachal Pradesh - Tour starts from Delhi

Shimla, Kullu and Manali, the most commercially popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh offer electrifying travelling experience and witness influx of tourists throughout the year. Himachal Pradesh, which has the godly beauty in its surroundings, mesmerises at the first sight and in that way the Shimla-Manali-Kullu 6D/5N Package Tour is an absolute bliss.

The itinerary guide for the Shimla-Manali-Kullu 6Days and 5 Nights Package Tour from Delhi is laid down as following:

Day 1

From Delhi one should start as early as 7'0 clock, so that they may reach early and start exploring the places on the same day itself. It would take around 7 hours for covering a distance of about 343 km from Delhi to Shimla. And if someone travels from New Delhi the distance increases to 360 Km approx. and the time taken may be around 8 hours. The time and distance is calculated on the basis of NH5 and NH44 routes and may vary depending on traffic, road closures and number of halts availed.

After checking into the hotel room and taking some time to rejuvenate, the tourists can take a walk down The Ridge, a huge open space connecting Mall Road with Suicide Point, to see the colonial buildings that have been standing at the once “Summer Capital of India” under the Britishers. One can visit The Christ Church, the Shimla State Museum, the Vice Regal Lodge or Rashtrapati Niwas (atop the Observatory Hill). The Lakkar Bazar off the Ridge can also be visited if time permits. The Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex with a Victorian-style theatre in Mall Road is also a must watch for art lovers and if lucky they can catch an exhibition or art event there. Then in the evening, when The Mall lights up, the tourists can have their favourite cuisine in the fine restaurants in the company of illuminated colonial beauty and natural beauty around.

Day 2

In the morning, climbing to the Jakhu Hills (2455m above sea level), the highest point yet only two km away from the Ridge and visiting the Jakhu Hanuman Temple would also give a picturesque view of the forest down the valley and the lofty ranges. Also Summer Hills (1981 metres above sea level) for a fine and serene view, as well as Sankat Mochan Hanuman Mandir are worth visiting. Then the trip would proceed by visiting Kufri, a popular destination just 16 km away from Shimla. If the travelling season is winter, the ski resorts are must visiting places. Other than there are attractions like Chini Bunglow, Mahasu Peak, Indira Tourist Park and Kufri Mini Zoo. After witnessing the beautiful sights at Kufri, the tourists would come back to Shimla and stay back for the night.

Day 3

Next up will be the trip to Kullu, on the way to Manali, which is around 260 km away from Shimla. The Kullu hill station, at an average elevation of about 1,279 m, is situated alongside the Beas River and is famous for its Himalayan view, as well as, lush greenery. Shri Mahadevi Tirth Temple (called Vaishno Devi by local people), Kais Dhar for the extensive meadows amidst the towering hills, Himalaya National Park for celebrating biodiversity and Raison, by the banks of Beas, for a tryst with adventure sports are the places to visit in the “Valley of the Gods”. After this, a return to Manali by the evening and a rest to start another exciting day in the Himachal's lap is necessary.

Day 4

Manali that lies at about 2050 m above sea level has also a lot of sightseeing places and one of them is the 450 years old Hadimba Temple. The quaint place surrounded by Deodar Trees is dedicated to the demon mother of Bhima. Manu Temple, the Vasisth Spring and the interestingly built Jagatsukh temple are also to be visited. The Manali Wildlife Sanctuary and Tibetan monasteries are also principal tourist sites in Manali. In the night, relishing the local cuisine while strolling through the market area, also known as Mall Road is a good idea.

Day 5

The day before the last day would be dedicated to the Rohtang Pass (52 km away), which cannot be skipped when coming to Manali. With an altitude of 3978 m, it is the highest peak and has a breathtaking view to offer. It is also the highest Jeepable Road in the world, which makes it quite accessible. Along with enjoying the spectacular snowy scenery, paragliding and snow-scooting can also be done at Rohtang La. Then after returning to the hotel, one can refresh themselves and explore the local Tibetan or Old Manali Market for carrying back souvenirs or simply shopping.

Day 6

Finally after a hearty meal at The Mall and visiting the Manali Club House or a Temple, the wonderful Shimla-Kullu-Manali 6D/5N Tour Package would reach its end and the return journey towards the National Capital would start somewhere near afternoon.

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