Reach Shimla and check-in into the hotel and after fresh up visit Shimla local
After breakfast leave for Manali, on the way sight-seeing like Sundernagar lake,
Pandoh dam, Vaishno Devi Temple, and overnight stay in Manali. KULLU (Rafting and paragliding)
Solang Valley Solang Valley in Manali is located at a distance of 13 km in a side valley at the top of the Kullu valley is a splendid valley between Solang village and Beas Kund. Solang valley offers the view of glaciers and snow-capped mountains and peaks. Solang Valley has fine ski slopes. The Mountaineering Institute of Manali has installed a ski lift for training purposes. Located here is a hut and guest house of the Mountaineering and Allied sports Institute, Manali. Now a few hotels have also come up. The winter skiing festival is organized in Solang Valley. Skiing and Paragliding are two main activities are organized here. Apart from this, many other adventure sports are available like Zorbing, Horse riding & Snow Motor Bikes riding, etc. overnight stay in Hotel. Sightseeing for the day: Solang Valley Ski Village and Ropeway Skiing Point Activities available(Depend upon the weather condition) : Rappelling Climbing River crossing Zorbing Para Gliding
Hadimba Devi temple – Club House – Mall road – Van Vihar – Jugni waterfall – Visisttemple
Hidimba Devi Temple:- also known variously as the Hadimba Temple, is located in Manāli, a hill station in the State of Himāchal Pradesh in north India. It is an ancient cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima, a figure in the Indian epic Mahābhārata. The temple is surrounded by a cedar forest at the foot of the Himālayas. The sanctuary is built over a huge rock jutting out of the ground which was worshiped as an image of the deity. The structure was built in 1553. Vashisht:- The village of Vashisht was named after Rishi Vashisht one of the seven sages of Hindus. According to the legend, Rishi Vashisht was left depressed on finding out that his children had been killed by Vishwamitra. Rishi Vashisht tried to commit suicide by jumping into a river but the river refused to kill him. He then started a new life in the village here. The river which took the rishi to the village was named Vipasha, meaning freedom from bondage. The Vipasha River is now known as the Beas River.
Tibetan Monasteries:- Along with the hills and rivers, Manali is also famous for its Tibetan Monasteries as many people of Tibetan origin have settled here. The two prominent monasteries that attract a large number of tourists from all across the world are Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa and Himalayan Nyingamapa Gompa. These monasteries are a storehouse for Tibetan culture, literature and crafts. Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa is located near the busy old Manali road and was built in the year 1969. Though small in area, it has beautifully decorated interiors along with an impressive statue of Lord Buddha.
Manu Temple:- The Manu Temple in Old Manali, one of the most popular attractions in the area, is situated approximately 3km from Mall Road and is surrounded by lush green forests. Situated on the banks of river Beas, the trek to the temple in itself is an experience worth savoring. The temple, built centuries ago, is dedicated to sage Manu, the creator of the human race in the world. Jogni Falls:- At a distance of 4 Km from Vashisht Temple and 7.5 Km from Manali Bus Stand, Jogini or Jogni Falls is a beautiful waterfall situated near Vashisht Village in Himachal Pradesh.
Today morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and
drive to Chandigarh
|Himachal Pradesh Packages||Day/Night||Price|
|Honeymoon Special Shimla||4 Days||₹12,000|
|Honeymoon Special Shimla Manali||5 Days||₹17,000|
|Women’s Special Shimla Manali||6 Days||₹20,000|
|Special Shimla Manali Kasol Manikaran||7 Days||₹23,000|
|Special Shimla Manali Dharmshala Dalhousie||10 Days||₹35,000|
The British Empire may have ceased to exit, but its echo lingers on in Shimla (2205m). As the Summer Capital of the British in India, Shimla was the country’s focus for the better part of every year and now, is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Today, it has well developed facilities, easy accessibility and numerous attractions making it one of India’s most popular hill destinations. Situated in the lower ranges of the Himalayan Mountains, it is surrounded by pine deodar, oak and rhododendron forests. Towards the north lie the snow-covered high-ranges, while the valleys breathe whispering streams and swaying fields. Within the town are a host of splendid colonial edifices, quaint cottages and charming walks. Shimla offers a variety of shopping, sport and entertainment activities.