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Shimla Manali Tour

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3 days 2 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

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10 people



Welcome to Shimla – The Queen of Hills

Shimla, located in the picturesque state of Himachal Pradesh, is a charming hill station that has captivated travelers with its natural beauty and colonial charm. Known as the “Queen of Hills,” Shimla offers breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, lush green valleys, and colonial-era architecture. With its pleasant weather, scenic landscapes, and a range of outdoor activities, Shimla is a popular destination for nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts, and those seeking a peaceful retreat.

Weather and Best Time to Visit: Shimla experiences a subtropical highland climate, with cool summers and cold, snowy winters. The best time to visit Shimla is during the summer months, from March to June, when the weather is pleasant, and the temperatures range from 15°C to 30°C. This period is ideal for outdoor activities like trekking, nature walks, and sightseeing. Winter, from December to February, brings snowfall, and Shimla transforms into a winter wonderland, attracting visitors for snow activities and enjoying the scenic beauty.

Major Attractions:

  • Mall Road: The bustling heart of Shimla, lined with shops, restaurants, and colonial-era buildings. It offers a vibrant atmosphere and stunning views of the surrounding hills.
  • Christ Church: A magnificent neo-gothic style church located on the Ridge, known for its beautiful stained glass windows and peaceful ambiance.
  • Jakhu Temple: Situated atop Jakhu Hill, the temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and offers panoramic views of Shimla.
  • Kufri: A nearby hill station famous for its scenic beauty, adventure activities, and the Himalayan Wildlife Zoo.
  • Chadwick Falls: A mesmerizing waterfall located amidst dense forests, providing a tranquil escape and a perfect spot for nature lovers.
  • Shimla State Museum: Showcasing the cultural heritage of Himachal Pradesh, the museum houses a collection of ancient artifacts, sculptures, and paintings.

Outdoor Activities:

  • Trekking: Explore the picturesque trails around Shimla, such as the Shimla Heritage Walk and the Glen Forest Trek.
  • Toy Train Ride: Experience the UNESCO-listed Kalka-Shimla Toy Train, a narrow-gauge railway that offers breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys.
  • Adventure Sports: Engage in activities like paragliding, river rafting, mountain biking, and skiing during the winter season.

Cuisine: Shimla offers a delightful culinary experience, featuring a blend of Himachali, Punjabi, and Tibetan cuisines. Don’t miss trying local delicacies like Channa Madra, Sidu, Tudkiya Bhath, and the famous Himachali Dham.

Shopping: Shimla’s markets, especially the Mall Road and Lakkar Bazaar, are known for their handicrafts, woolens, shawls, traditional jewelry, and wooden artifacts. Explore the markets for unique souvenirs and gifts.

Getting There: Shimla can be reached by air, rail, and road. The nearest airport is Shimla Airport (Jubarhati), which is well-connected to major cities. The Kalka-Shimla Railway connects Shimla to the rail network, and road connectivity is excellent with regular bus services and taxi options.

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  • Mall Road: Vibrant shopping street with colonial architecture and stunning views.
  • Christ Church: Neo-gothic church known for its beautiful stained glass windows.
  • Jakhu Temple: Hilltop temple offering panoramic views of Shimla.
  • Kufri: Scenic hill station with adventure activities and a wildlife zoo.
  • Chadwick Falls: Serene waterfall nestled amidst lush green forests.
  • Shimla State Museum: Showcasing the cultural heritage of Himachal Pradesh.
  • Toy Train Ride: Experience the UNESCO-listed Kalka-Shimla Toy Train.
  • Trekking: Explore picturesque trails and enjoy the natural beauty.
  • Adventure Sports: Engage in paragliding, river rafting, and skiing (during winter).
  • Local Cuisine: Indulge in Himachali delicacies and traditional dishes.
  • Shopping: Explore markets for handicrafts, woolens, and wooden artifacts.

Day 1: Arrival in Shimla and Local Sightseeing
Day 1: Arrival in Shimla and Local Sightseeing

Arrive in Shimla, a picturesque hill station in Himachal Pradesh.
Check-in at your hotel and freshen up.
After breakfast, embark on a local sightseeing tour of Shimla.
Visit the iconic Mall Road, the bustling heart of the city, known for its shops, restaurants, and colonial architecture.
Explore the Scandal Point, Christ Church, and the Ridge, offering panoramic views of the surrounding hills.
Visit the Jakhu Temple, dedicated to Lord Hanuman, and enjoy the scenic views from the temple.
In the evening, return to the hotel and relax.
Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 2: Shimla Excursion and Kufri Visit
Day 2: Shimla Excursion and Kufri Visit

After breakfast, take an excursion to Kufri, a charming hill station located just a short drive from Shimla.
Enjoy breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains and lush green valleys.
Visit the Himalayan Wildlife Zoo, home to various species of Himalayan fauna, including bears and rare antelopes.
Explore the Indira Tourist Park and enjoy activities like horse riding and yak riding.
Return to Shimla in the afternoon and visit the State Museum, showcasing the cultural heritage of Himachal Pradesh.
Spend some leisure time exploring the local markets and indulging in shopping for souvenirs.
Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 3: Shimla Departure
Day 3: Shimla Departure

After breakfast, check out from the hotel.
Visit the charming Chadwick Falls, located amidst the lush green forests of Shimla.
Take in the scenic beauty and capture memorable photographs.
Bid farewell to Shimla as you depart for your onward journey with beautiful memories of the Shimla Package.

  • Accommodation
  • Transportation (transfers and sightseeing)
  • English-Speaking Guide
  • Sightseeing at popular attractions
  • Daily breakfast
  • Entry fees
  • Elephant ride
  • Cultural experience
  • Taxes
  • Airfare
  • Meals (except mentioned)
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Optional activities
  • Visa fees (if applicable)

Tour's Location

What is the best time to visit Manali?
The best time to visit Manali is during the summer months of April to June when the weather is pleasant, and the temperatures range from 10°C to 25°C. This period allows for various outdoor activities and exploration. Winter, from November to February, is also popular for snow activities and enjoying the scenic beauty.
How can I reach Manali?
Manali can be reached by air, road, and rail. The nearest airport is Bhuntar Airport, which is about 50 kilometers away from Manali. Regular bus services and taxis are available from major cities like Delhi and Chandigarh. The nearest railway station is Joginder Nagar Railway Station, which is connected to major cities. Manali is also well-connected by road, with regular bus services and private vehicles.
What are the popular attractions in Manali?
Manali offers a range of attractions for visitors. Some of the popular ones include:

Rohtang Pass: Famous for its scenic beauty and snow activities.
Solang Valley: Known for adventure sports like paragliding, skiing, and zorbing.
Hadimba Temple: Ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, with beautiful surroundings.
Manu Temple: Located in Old Manali, dedicated to the sage Manu.
Vashisht Hot Water Springs: Natural hot springs known for their medicinal properties.
Old Manali: Quaint village with cafes, shops, and a relaxed atmosphere.
Tibetan Monasteries: Visit the monasteries to experience Buddhist culture and serenity.
Are there trekking opportunities in Manali?
Yes, Manali offers several trekking opportunities for adventure enthusiasts. Some popular treks include the Beas Kund Trek, Hampta Pass Trek, Bhrigu Lake Trek, and Chandrakhani Pass Trek. These treks offer stunning views of the Himalayan landscape and are suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers.
What are the adventure activities available in Manali?
Manali is a hub for adventure activities. Visitors can enjoy paragliding, skiing, river rafting, zorbing, mountain biking, and camping. Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass are popular spots for these activities.
Is it safe to travel to Manali?
Manali is generally considered safe for travelers. However, it is always advisable to take standard precautions, such as being aware of your surroundings, avoiding isolated areas at night, and following any local guidelines or advisories. It is also recommended to travel with a reputable tour operator and maintain personal safety measures.
What are the nearby destinations to explore from Manali?
There are several nearby destinations that can be explored from Manali, including Kullu, Kasol, Naggar, Manikaran, and the Great Himalayan National Park. These places offer their own unique attractions, such as scenic landscapes, hot springs, ancient temples, and trekking opportunities.


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