8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi
8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi
8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi
8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi
8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi

8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi

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8days 7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh From Delhi

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  • While whistling songs from your holiday soundtrack, bring out your inner child on a Shimla toy train ride.
  • Learn why St. John in the Wilderness Church is dubbed "The Home of God and Ghosts" by locals.
  • Accept the blessings by spinning the holy wheel while singing 'Om Mani Padme Hum' at the Dalai Lama Monastery in Dharamshala.
  • Experience the thrill of flying and get a bird's eye perspective of the Solang Valley while paragliding above it.
  • Hike up to Jhakhoo Hill and accept the blessings of the 33-meter-tall Lord Hanuman statue, which stares back at you.


Quick info:

  • Route: Delhi - Shimla - Manali - Rohtang - Dharamshala - Delhi
  • Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights 
  • Start point: Delhi Airport
  • Endpoint: Delhi Airport
  • Passes covered: Rohtang Pass (depending on the weather)

About the Tour:

  • Himachal Pradesh's hilly landscape, which lies at the foothills of the Himalayas, is made up of a series of valleys and snow-capped peaks. It's well-liked by vacationers, but it also provides a refreshing retreat for those in search of clean mountain air.
  • The Himalayan kingdom of Himachal Pradesh, north of Delhi, is blessed with some of India's most picturesque scenery, as well as friendly, smiling residents, ancient cities and villages, and more. Himachal Pradesh, with its magnificent snowy peaks and plummeting river valleys, is India's outdoor adventure playground. If it can be done inside the mountains, it can be done here. From hiking and mountain climbing to rafting, paragliding, and skiing, if it can be done within the mountains, it can be done here.

How to attain:

  • By Air: Because it offers both domestic and international flights, Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) is a suitable option for flying to Himachal.
  • By Rail:  Another option is the New Delhi Railway Station, which is located in Paharganj, near Connaught Place, and is where the majority of trains arrive and depart from Delhi.
  • By Road: Buses are an excellent option because they are well connected to cities such as Jaipur, Agra, Alwar, Dehradun, and even Kathmandu.


Day 1: Delhi to Shimla | A Beautiful Town Encapsulated with the aid of using Magical Misty Hills

  • Upon arrival at Delhi Airport/Railway Station, you will be greeted by a consultant who will assist you in getting to Shimla utilizing a personal vehicle, depending on the size of the company.
  • Shimla, sometimes known as the 'Queen of Hills,' is a well-known Himachal Pradesh hill metropolis.
  • When you arrive in Shimla, complete the hotel check-in procedures and rest for a while.
  • Overnight stay at the Shimla Lodge and enjoy a delicious dinner.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Shimla and Excursion to Kufri | A Haven for Nature Enthusiasts with Beautiful Hiking Trails

  • Enjoy a full breakfast at the resort in the morning before heading off to view the sites in Shimla.
  • You'll be visiting Kalibari Temple, which was built in 1845 and is dedicated to Goddess Kali, also known as Shyamala, from whence Shimla gets its name.
  • Then you'll hike to the top of Jakhoo Hill to visit the medieval temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman and the Christ Church, which is a parish within the Amritsar Diocese.
  • Later in the afternoon, you'll go to Kufri, which passes through the famous Hasan Valley and is known for its picturesque beauty and pleasant weather.
  • Visit the Himalayan Zoo, which is home to animals from the natural world such as felines, antelopes, and a variety of birds, including Monal, Himachal Pradesh's kingdom fowl.
  • You may also walk up Mahasu Peak, one of Kufri's most prominent features, which offers stunning views of the Badrinath and Kedarnath ranges.
  • Later that night, the group returned to Shimla for a one-day stay.

Day 3: Shimla to Manali Via Kullu Valley | Relish the Stunning Views of the Beautiful Valley of the Gods

  • Begin your day with a delicious breakfast and prepare to travel to Manali.
  • The picturesque Pandoh Dam, which provides viewpoints that are novel for the eyes, mind, and spirit, may be seen on the way while going through the Mandi district.
  • After that, you'll go sightseeing in Kullu, which is a naturalist's paradise.
  • Visit the magnificent Himalayan National Park, which is home to a diverse array of plants and animals, as well as the pious Raghunath Temple.
  • You can also see some of Kullu's other well-known temples and landmarks before continuing on your journey to Manali.
  • Arrive at Manali, check into the resort, and unwind for a while.
  • The day's relaxation is at your leisure, and you can explore the lodge's surroundings.
  • In a single day, eat dinner and lived in Manali.

Day 4: Sightseeing in Manali | A Township Nestled withinside the Picturesque Beas River Valley

  • Prepare yourself for the ultimate experience in Manali after breakfast inside the resort.
  • Take a long walk through Solang Valley, where you may try adventure sports like Zorbing and paragliding.
  • When you get back to Manali, you can visit the Tibetan Monastery, which is not only a place of worship but also a Tibetan lifestyle center.
  • Visit Jagatsukh, a small village with vintage Shikara-style temples, and Vashisht Kund, a sulfur spring with mild water.
  • Hadimba Devi Temple is a 450-year-old historical temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, the wife of one of the Pandava brothers, Bhim.
  • Visit the Club House. At night, go to Mall Road and have a good time.
  • Enjoy a delectable dinner and spend a single day at the lodge.

Day 5: Excursion to Rohtang Pass | Witness Spellbinding Views of Geypan Peaks 

  • You'll get up early in the morning and have a healthy breakfast before heading to Rohtang Pass, which is surrounded by green and misty high mountains.
  • For an additional fee, you can participate in journey activities such as skiing, snowmobiling, and snow tubing at Rohtang Pass.
  • You'll pass via the little village of Kothi, Gulaba Viewpoint, Rahala Waterfalls, and Marhi, a shanty metropolis with wayside restaurants, on your way to Rohtang by skip.
  • Pose joyously alongside every variation, since those areas provide the ideal photo opportunity because of the awe-inspiring beauty.
  • Return to the lodge for a delicious meal after a picturesque drive through numerous passes.
  • Manali is a place where you can spend the night.

Day 6: Enroute Dharamshala thru Kullu Valley | The Holy Residence of Dalai Lama

  • Enjoy your tasty breakfast while breathing the pristine mountain air.
  • Set out for the well-known Dhakpo Shedrupling Monastery / Kais Monastery with your force.
  • After Kullu, you'll go to Manikaran, where you may visit the well-known Gurudwara and the herbal warm water spring, which is also said to be radio-energetic and can treat a variety of skin conditions. Manikaran is associated with Lord Shiva and his divine live performance Goddess Parvati, according to legend.
  • Arrive in Dharamshala and spend the night at a lodge.

Day 7: Sightseeing in Dharamshala | A Beautiful Town in which the Spirituality Meets the Nature

  • Early risers will be rewarded with magnificent views of the sun rising above the beautiful Dhauladhar Ranges.
  • Prepare a full breakfast before heading to nearby Naddi Village.
  • On the way, you'll stop at Dal Lake, the holiest lake within Dharamshala's top Dharamshala, near Naddi.
  • Then visit St. John Church, a beautiful church nestled among the deep deodar woodland area near McLeod Ganj.
  • Visit the Bhagsu Nag Temple, a well-known temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, as well as the well-known Bhagsu Waterfall.
  • Visit the Tibetan Monastery, which is Dharamshala's main and most well-known tourist attraction.
  • Observe His Holiness "The Dalai Lama's" temple at night and discover various Tibetan marketplaces, restaurants, and handicraft shops.
  • Later, return to the Dharamshala lodge for a single day's stay.

Day 8: Departure | End of the Tranquil Trip

  • Your trip to Himachal Pradesh comes to an end once you arrive in Delhi.

Things To Carry

  • Passport and Travel Documents
  • Money and Cards
  • Comfortable Clothes
  • Hygiene Items
  • Snacks and Water Bottle
  • Travel Adapter and Chargers
  • First Aid Kit
  • Maps
  • Camera or Smartphone
  • UA Voucher

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for 8days/7nights Tour Of Himachal Pradesh

  • Rates may also vary depending on whether or not there is an extrusion in services/resorts.
  • In the event of a modification in the package deal due to an increase in the number of guests, the price difference will be borne by the customer.
  • Their availability is hampered by the resorts. If they are no longer available, the travelers may be accommodated in similar belongings.
  • Universal Adventures retains the right to change the schedule due to any type of disruption (e.g., weather, political situation, or other factors) without changing the entire number of days or compromising any service.
  • Children over the age of eight years old may be considered adults alone. There are no fees for children under the age of eight years old.
  • The package does not include all-access tickets to stupas, monasteries, sightseeing, national and access fees, monument entries, or digital digicam prices, among other things.
  • Any private charges or items of a personal character will no longer be covered by the bundle deal.
  • Any food or transport that is no longer listed on the schedule should be considered an exclusion from the package.
  • Any type of beverage (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) isn't necessarily included in the package price.
  • The swimming pool is used by the rules set forth by the authorities.
  • It is necessary to follow the guidelines established by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitizers and masks should be used often.
  • Every tourist must present identification at the time of booking and again upon arrival. The PAN card will no longer be accepted as a genuine form of identification.
  • Any damage or breakage to objects within the lodge may be invoiced at cost.
  • The retreat has increased the regularity with which public spaces (such as the foyer, doorknobs, and unusually located washrooms) are cleaned.
  • Before each check-in and after each check-out, the rooms and the entire life are thoroughly cleaned.
  • Antibacterial hand sanitizers can be found among the items at some time.
  • Personnel temperatures are monitored daily.
  • Staying in base classrooms is possible depending on the version chosen.
  • For Standard, Deluxe, and Super Deluxe properties, the show charges are for a minimum of 2 PAX.
  • More adventure sports and ropeways/cable vehicles aren't included in the excursion and must be paid for separately.
  • If the excursion or specific interest isn't always accomplished for any reason, herbal or private, no refund will be granted.
  • Transportation Permits to Rohtang by skip are available on the floor and are therefore not included in the Package.
  • AC doesn't work in hilly places any longer.
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