Few locations are as stunning for individuals who love the outdoors and environment as Himachal Pradesh in northern India. This state has a lot to offer visitors from all walks of life, whether they are hikers, photographers, or nature lovers hoping to grab some sun on the beach along the Sutlej River. It features picturesque cities, rich woods, and gorgeous mountains. Whatever your interests, Chandigarh is the best place to start organising your trip.
The first day, we got up, ate breakfast, and then boarded a bus for Shimla.
We passed through some of the most breathtaking mountain ranges while travelling to Shimla!
As we got to Shimla, the Christ Church was our first stop. There was a small church service going on there.
Shimla offers picturesque vistas because it is encircled by mountains on all sides and offers a very diverse viewpoint.
In addition to its temples and cathedrals, India is charming for its small stores and markets that sell traditional foods like spices, dry fruits, dried vegetables, sweets, etc.
We left for Kufri, which is 2,289 metres above sea level and renowned for its beautiful vistas, on the second day.
Lord Kitchener built this town while the British were in charge of India.
We also went to the old Gurudwara, which is still being well-maintained by residents despite being the oldest in the area.
This temple has a lot of legends attached to it, and some claim it possesses healing powers!
Before leaving for Manali, we had breakfast at the hotel when we awoke early.
Getting to Manali by automobile takes roughly 5 hours.
We stopped for lunch in Kullu along the route at a roadside eatery.
As we arrived in Manali, we settled into our hotel room and showered.
We left Manali in the evening and travelled to Keylong via a tortuous mountain route.
We went for a walk about this small village that seemed to be frozen in time after having dinner at a nearby restaurant.
We left for Solang Valley on the fourth day.
a popular tourist destination where people may go skiing, sledding, and ice skating.
It is located at an altitude of 11,000 feet.
We had lunch after leaving the valley and then set off over the world's highest motorable route, the Rohtang Pass, to return to Manali.
There are no words to describe the vistas of the Himalayas from the pass.
We made a pit stop along the way to take some amazing pictures.
We also took in the breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys that surrounded us.
We arrived at Manali in time for dinner, and then we went to bed for a sound night's sleep.
Manali, a city in the state of Himachal Pradesh, is one of the most well-known hill resorts in India.
Manali welcomes visitors all year long and offers a wide selection of hotels for accommodation.
While there, one may also find a wide variety of eateries, including cafes, bakeries, and restaurants.
There are some stunning views of valleys and mountains blanketed with snow.
You will enjoy breathtaking views from the pass's summit of Lahaul, Spiti, Kinnaur, Tibet, as well as the vast Himalayan range, which includes Dhaula Dhar, KunjutSaraya, and Nanda Devi Parbat.
The quaint and stunning city of Dharamshala is located in Himachal Pradesh, one of India's northern states.
This area is renowned for its picturesque views, temples, breathtaking panoramas, and unmatched natural beauty.
The proximity of this location to places like Dhauladhar and Kangra Valley is one of its outstanding features.
If you have extra time, you can enjoy both locations when you return to Chandigarh.
Before you arrive, it's a good idea to have some extra cash on hand for shopping since everything is so inexpensive!
On the seventh day, we travel to Dharamshala, which serves as the exiled Tibetan government's headquarters.
Moreover, we went to a Buddhist monastery to see His Holiness' residence.
After that, we travel to Mcleodganj to witness the stunning temple perched on a hill.
A little settlement in the Himalayan foothills is called Mcleodganj.
The city was a significant Tibetan trading hub and was formerly known as Little Lhasa.
Several Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, notably Namgyal Monastery, the biggest temple in North India, are also located there.
It is now a well-liked tourist attraction for people who want to learn more about Tibet's fascinating culture and history.
It is worth visiting for sure!
Finally, we stopped by Dalhousie.
Arrive at Khajjiar early in the day, then tour this lovely valley.
The Forest Department oversees a national park that covers the entire plateau.
In addition to various wild species, one can see peacocks, exotic birds, and monkeys roaming freely.
We spend a few hours touring the valley, then head back to Dalhousie for lunch before moving on to the next stop.
Dalhousie is where we will spend the day's final hours.
After breakfast today, we'll prepare to head back to Chandigarh.
We are grateful that we were able to complete the amazing Himachal vacation.
We were unable to see all the stunning locations in Himachal Pradesh, such as Shimla and Manali, during this time.
We would appreciate it if someone could suggest some additional locations that can be visited for a day or two without having a significant impact on our business schedule.
Points To Note
- Pickup & Drop.
- Welcome Drink on Arrival.
- All sightseeing's by individual car.
- Transfers: Destination-Hotel-Destination.
- Sightseeing as per tour itinerary.
- All toll taxes, parking fees and driver's allowance.
- Charges for early Check-In & late Check-Out at Hotel.
- Lunch & Snacks.
- Airfare/ train fare.
- Monuments Entrance fees during sightseeing.
- Camera charges/Rides etc.
- Any other item not specified in the Package Inclusions.