Travel With Mindscript


₹ 70000 / Per person


Himachal Pradesh is the northernmost state of India and shares borders with the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to the north, and the states of Punjab to the west, Haryana to the southwest, Uttarakhand to the southeast and a very narrow border with Uttar Pradesh to the south.

  • 8 Days
  • Age 15+
  • Included:
    • Accommodation on twin sharing basis inclusive of Buffet Breakfast
    • All transfers and sightseeing arrangements by AC Vehicle as per itinerary.
    • Vehicle at your disposal as per the itinerary.
    • Services of a Well experienced driver.
    • Driver Allowance
    • toll
    • parking fee
    • Night halt charges
    • inter-state permit
    • and govt. applicable service tax
    • Children below 5 years on a Complimentary basis
  • Excluded:
    • Any other services or food which is not mentioned in the above

Tour Plan


Arrival At Chandigarh

Welcome onboard a wonderful tour to one of the most happening destinations - Himachal! We start a scenic drive from the Chandigarh meeting point towards Shimla. On the route, we visit Pinjore Garden – a garden built in the traditional Mughal style with seven terraces descending into a distance having grand pavilions and beautiful fountains. In the evening after a long day of travel, you deserve to relax in the comfort of your resort. We look forward to your arrival! ""


Day 2 Shimla Sightseeing

After breakfast, drive to Kufri, the nearest town to Snow View Resort. We will pass by Kufri Lake and continue along the hilly road to Shimla. Visit the famous Mall Road, Scandal Point, and The Ridge, before visiting back to Snow View Resort and relaxing. Overnight at the resort. ""


Day 3 Transfer To Manali

Today we will proceed to Manali, en route we drive past the Beas Sutlej Link Project, Pandoh Dam, and Scenic Kullu Valley. During our tea halt, we visit the Kullu Shawl factory. In the evening we arrive at Manali – a gorgeous hill station located in the heart of snowy mountains. Today a spectacular drive will take us to Rohtang Road Snow Point. We have free time to play in the snow and click pictures to our heart’s content. Later we visit Hidimba Mandir – set amidst the snow-covered hills of Manali, this temple is a unique shrine dedicated to Hidimba Devi and Himalayan Nyinmapa Tibetan Buddhist Monastery – known for its architectural beauty. We then have free time for shopping. Overnight stay In a hotel ""


Day 4 Manali Sightseeing

Today we drive through the new tourist hotspot Atal Tunnel (Subject to Operation) – the world's longest tunnel at an altitude of 10,040 feet. We view the Sissu Waterfall. Later we proceed to Solang Valley – a splendid valley in Solang village offering magnificent views of the glaciers and snow-capped mountains. Here we enjoy a Ropeway ride and admire the Himalayan mountains. Guests with an adventurous spirit can experience thrilling activities like Paragliding, Biking, Trekking, and Hiking at an additional cost. overnight stay in the hotel ""


Day 5 Manali - Dharmashala

After breakfast drive to Dharamsala. On the way visit Jogindernagar, Baijnath & Palampur. Evening time you reached Dharamshala.On arrival check-in at the hotel. After Breakfast Sight is Seen to Mc load Ganj, Bhagsunath Temple, Dharamsala City, Tapovan & Cricket Stadium. Dinner at the hotel. ""


Day 6 Dharamshala - Khajjar - Dalhousie

This day is a morning to explore Khajjiar. Today morning, check out from the hotel and drive to Khajjiar. Khajjiar is a glade formed by streams flowing through it. Also, there is a small lake filled with water from brooks that runs across the grassland. The Khajjiar is often called "Mini Switzerland." On arrival drop in at Dalhousie hotel for an overnight stay. Overnight stay at hotel. Dinner at hotel ""


Day 7 Dalhousie Sightseeing

Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station with a rich historical heritage. It is situated just 14 km from Mussoorie, with panoramic views of the Siwalik Hills. The town of Dalhousie, surrounded by thick forests unlike any other in India, has been famous as 'The Queen of Himalayas' for centuries. Lord Dalhousie was once an excellent photographer who took many pictures of mountain peaks and vegetation, which formed the inspiration for his initials: D and A. Numerous flora and fauna around Dalhousie are worth admiring and the whole area provides tourists with a soothing experience through tranquility and peace. You can observe beautiful valleys from its range if you travel on foot or bike or even horseback in our green surroundings. You may watch many wild animals like monkeys, bison, deer, etc. Overnight In Hotel ""


Day 8 Departure At Amritsar

Today is the Golden Temple, Durgiana temple, and Jallianwala Bagh. After visiting these sites we will proceed to the Wagah border to experience the Indo-Pakistan parade and lowering of the flag ceremony. After this, we proceed to Amritsar airport to board a flight/ train to your hometown. On your return, you will let us know when and where you will meet us. It's time now to say goodbye. Let's stay in touch through email, phone, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Instagram and meet again on another memorable tour ""