General

Himachal Pradesh is famous for its abundant natural beauty surrounded by the western Himalayas. It is the home of major hill stations of India.  ‘The Explore Himachal Dharamshala Manali Shimla Tour’ will give you the experience of the rich flora and fauna of the region along with the panoramic view of the lush green landscape. While exploring the places you will feel the real essence of the cultural heritage of the State. We have included some major tourist attractions like Kali Ka Tibba and the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary at Chail. This tour also suites to the adventure enthusiasts, who can enjoy skiing and hiking at Kufri and Solang Nallah that is famous for adventure activities such as Rappelling, Zorbing, Rock Climbing, and Para-Gliding. The duration of the package is 09 nights and 10 days covering the places such as Chandigarh, Nalagarh, Chail, Shimla, Manali, Palampur, Dharamshala, and Pragpur.

Itinerary

Day 1: Chandigarh – Nalagarh
After arriving at Chandigarh airport/railway station, meet our representative, then transfer to Nalagarh by road. Enjoy the spectacular view of the place while driving to Nalagarh.  It is a gateway to Himachal Pradesh located on a hillock at the foothills of the great Himalayas affording a stunning view of the Shivalik hills beyond the Sirsa River. The renowned fort of Nalagarh was one of the capital of Chandela Rajputs, Kingdom of Hindus. On Arrival at Nalagarh, proceed for hotel, check-in at your hotel. The rest day is free at leisure. Overnight stay in Nalagarh.

Day 2: Nalagarh – Chail
After early morning breakfast, proceed for Chail by road. A tiny town spread over three hills – Pandhawa, Rajgahrh and Siddh Tibba. Chail was built by Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala after the British banned him from Shimla. It is located at a height of 2,250 meters above sea level.
On arrival at Chail by afternoon. Check-in at your hotel. After refreshment, proceed to visit the major tourist attractions such as Kali Ka Tibba, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary and the Chail Cricket Ground which is the world’s highest cricket ground. Dinner and Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 3: Chail – Shimla 
After breakfast, proceed to Shimla by road. Stop midway to visit Kufri. A small hill station that is famous for skiing, hiking, and its picturesque surroundings. After exploring the Kufri for a while resume your drive to Shimla. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel. Post lunch, proceed for a half-day city tour including Tara Devi Temple, Indian Institute of advance Studies, Army Museum, Jakhoo temple, and the mall road. Return to the hotel in the evening and have dinner. Overnight stay in Shimla.

Day 4: Shimla – Manali 
After early morning breakfast, start the journey towards Manali. En-route visit the Sundernagar Lake, Kullu valley and Pandoh Dam which is surrounded by the spectacular view of snowcapped mountains with lush green landscapes. Upon arrival in Manali, check in to the hotel. Overnight stay in Manali.

Day 5: Manali – Rohtang Pass- Manali 
After breakfast drive to Solang Valley. Solang Valley is around 14 km from Manali. Solang Valley offers various adventure opportunities like zorbing and para-gliding. The next visit of the day is to Rohtang Pass, covered with snow all round the year, lying at an elevation 3978 m, it is open from June to October. Enjoy playing with snow here. The day would be filled with fun activities and various mesmerizing sights. Later return to the hotel and overnight stay.

Day 6: Manali
After breakfast proceeds for half-day sightseeing, the highlight of the sightseeing is Hadimba Devi Temple and the Tibetan Monastery before proceeding to Vashisht village, just outside Manali, across the river Beas, known for its hot Sulphur springs whose water is said to have curative properties and Manu temple. The evening is free at leisure or explores the nearby places on your own.  Enjoy your dinner at the hotel. Overnight stay in Manali.

Day 7: Manali – Palampur 
After breakfast, proceed to Palampur. Stop midway to visit the beautiful Jogindernagar Valley. Enroute visit Visit the famous tourist hotspots like Chauntra, the tea garden, Baijnath Shiva temple. The valleys of Palampur, in the lap of the Dhauladhars, are also peppered with the stream that feeds the mighty Beas, surrounded by a lush green landscape. The tea plantation stays are on added attractions. On arrival in Palampur, Check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay at Palampur.

Day 8: Palampur – Dharamshala 
After breakfast proceeds to Andretta Potteries. The center includes a craft shop selling mainly Himachali products, a cafeteria, an information room and an area for a proposed camping site. Here, tourists get the knowledge of the very beautiful Kangra valley through this center. In the afternoon reach Palampur. After having lunch proceed to the Dharmshala, upon arrival at Dharmshala, check in to the hotel and have dinner.Overnight in Dharmshala.

Day 9: Dharamshala – Pragpur 
After breakfast, proceed for a sightseeing tour of Dharamshala. Visit major tourist attractions such as Kangra Art Museum, St. John’s Church, Meclodganj, Dal Lake and Bhagsu Nag. Post lunch departs for Pragpur. Evening arrives at Pragpur, check-in at the hotel. Overnight in the Pragpur.

Day 10: Pragpur – Chandigarh 
In the morning after breakfast proceed to Chandigarh and depart for the onward destination.

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