(2 nights 3 days-Rs.7500/person)
(For couple-Rs.15000)

About Shimla

Shimla is the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, and all it possesses and all it offers helps it easily justify its reputation and position as the capital city of a beautiful state, widely known for adventure activities and natural wonders. Laden with beautiful, dense forests of Pine, Oak, and Deodar, Shimla is refreshing in its very existence.

Places to visit

Ridge and Mall Road

The ridge is large open space, located in the center of Shimla. The ridge is known for the all cultural activities of Shimla. It is situated alongside Mall Road, Which is a famous shopping point. There you can shop anything. There is one wood market too called Lakkar Bazar where people can buy wooden articles.


Kufri is a small hill station in Shimla. It is located 20 km away from the state capital Shimla on NH No. 22.The best time to visit Kufri for snowfall is during the winter months. During this time, hill station remains covered entirely with snow, which offers a beautiful sight. You can enjoy the snow in the lofty valleys of the small town. Kufri is also well known for Skiing in winters and for horse riding to Mahsu Peak in summers. Also you can do some other activities, like Yak rides which is tough anywhere else.

Narkanda & Hatu Peak

Hatu peak is 70 km away from Shimla. It is located in Narkanda. It is the highest peak in the entire Shimla district and is surrounded by majestic mountains. People can come there by taxi and any other vehicles.

Full itenary of Shimla

Day 1-Visit to The Mall ,Ridge and local markets. Also can visit Jakhu Temple through ropeway.

Day 2- A day trip to Kufri and chail.

Day 3-You can go to Narkanda & Hatu Peak to create some beautiful memories alongside mountains.

About Manali

The name Kullu derives from the Sanskrit word ‘Kulant Peeth’ which means ‘end of the habitable world’. According to the legend, Manu visited this valley but was unable to go beyond the Rohtang pass. He named the last settlement he found as Kulant Peeth. He chose to settle and meditate there, and that area became the modern-day Manali. Manali has been derived from the term ‘Manu-Alaya’, which means ‘the abode of Manu’. The legend says that sage Manu stepped off his ark in Manali to recreate human life after a great flood engulfed the entire world.

Places to visit

Great Himalayan National Park

The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), is one of India's national parks, is located in Kullu region in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The park was established in 1984 and is spread over an area of 1171 km2 at an altitude of between 1500 and 6000 m. The Great Himalayan National Park is a habitat to numerous flora and more than 375 fauna species, including approximately 31 mammals, 181 birds, 3 reptiles, 9 amphibians, 11 annelids, 17 mollusks and 127 insects.

Rohtang & Solang Valley

Solang Valley and Rohtang are situated at a distance of 14 km, and 51 km from the main town of Manali respectively. These places should not be missed if you are planning a Kullu Manali trip. They can easily be reached by road. Rohtang Pass is perched at a massive height of 3798 meters. The way up to the mountains is spectacular. The entire experience will leave you spellbound! You will get to experience nature in its purest, unadulterated form.

Bijli Mahadev

Bijli Mahadev Temple stands out from all the other temples due to its serenity and scenic beauty. It is located at a height of 2460 m above the sea level. This temple is a “Kash” style temple in which Lord Shiva is in the form of Shiva Lingam. The temple can be reached easily after crossing the Beas River. It is located 22 km away from Kullu. The higher ground surrounding the temple offers a panoramic view of the Paravati and Kullu valley.

Raghunath Temple, Kullu

Raghunath Temple carries with itself ancient folklores and legends. It is believed to be dating back to the time of Lord Rama. It is believed that the idol of Raghunath placed in this temple is the same that Lord Rama used to worship. It has been constructed in the Pahari and Pyramidal styles and offers stunning views of the surroundings. Dussehra festival is celebrated with a lot of vigor and vitality in this temple.

Hidimba Temple, Manali

Nestled amidst the snow-covered hills in Manali, the Hadimba Temple is a one-of-a-kind shrine in India dedicated to Goddess Hadimba. The area around the temple is covered with spellbinding cedar forests. It is believed that the rock on which this beautiful shrine is built carried the image of the goddess herself. as per history, Hidimba was a demoness. She had vowed to marry a man who would defeat her brother in a fight. Hence, Bhim fought and killed him and saved the villagers from his wrath. Thereafter, he won Hadimba’s hand for marriage.

Full itenary of Manali

Day 1-Reach Manali & stay in old manali

Day 2- Visit to Hidimba devi Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan Monasteries and Vashisht village

Day 3-You can enjoy some adventure activities in Solang valley & Rohtang Pass along with enjoying a drivethrough from Atal Tunnel.

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