Himachal Darshan by Car

Himachal is a snow-clad region famous for treks, breathtaking river-valleys and adventure sports.Activities such as river rafting and mountain climbing are worth exploring while you are in this area. The spectacular topography of Himachal attracts a herd of backpackers who find deep solace in the climate, scenic beauty and natural formations of this region. Monasteries and temples are lined up here and happen to be great historical specimens to visit.

Day 1: Delhi - Shimla (385 kilometers - 10 hours)

Our representatives pick you up from the airport or railway station. We head towards Shimla from this point, it is a 10 hours journey from Delhi during which we cover approximately 385 kilometers. During this ride, we visit Pinjore Garden and Timber Trail near Parwanoo. Once we reach, we check-in at the hotel where we dine and stay overnight.

Day 2: Shimla Sightseeing

In the morning, we take breakfast from the hotel and head for sightseeing in Shimla. This excursion begins with a visit to Kufri. This place i renowned for its national park which offers a panoramic view of the grand Himalayas. You can also try riding a Yak or pony here as well enjoy the awe-inspiring beauty of the place.

After lunch, we resume our sightseeing expedition in Shimla. A few brilliant architectural specimens will be visited by you during this trip. These are 19th Century British construction which include mosques builtin 1830, Vice Regal Lodge built in 1885, Christ Church built in 1844 and Gaiety Theater built in 1887 and more such interesting locations and monuments and structures. Apart form these, we also visit the Mall and the Scandal Point. At the end of the day we return to the hotel and stay overnight there.

Day 3: Shimla - Manali

On the 3rd Day, we have breakfast at the hotel and proceed for a wonderful day filled with sightseeing in Manali. We cover 265 kilometers in 8 hours and reach Manali - our destination. The main points we visit during our journey are Pandoh Dam and Hanogi Mata Temple. The night is spent at the hotel where we are also served a delicious dinner.

Day 4: Manali Sightseeing

The 4th Day includes a well-arranged tour of Manali. We visit Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan monastery, Vashist Bath, the Club House and the local Manali market. We return to the hotel by night and enjoy a lip-smacking dinner.

Day 5: Visit to Rohtang Pass

The Rohtang Pass is at an elevation of 13,000 feet. It is a picturesque destination which is also the gateway to Spiti and Lahaul. The pass offers splendid sights of Chandra river, Lahaul Valley, the twin peaks of Geypan and some stunning glaciers. After this day's sightseeing, we come back to the hotel and enjoy a great dinner and sleep.

Day 6: Manali - Dharamshala

We take our breakfast at the hotel and check-out for a tour of the beautiful Dharamshala. Some of the places we visit during our journey includes the Kullu Shawl weaving factory and Kullu Vaishno Devi Temple. Once we reach, we check-in at the hotel, after which we visit Dharamshala's Dal Lake. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 7: Dharamshala - Dalhousie

On the 7th Day, we have our breakfast and proceed towards our tour of Dharamshala. We visit the Dalai Lame Temple and Bhagsu Nag Temple here. After lunch, we head towards Dalhousie, this journey takes 5 hours (145 kilometers). We visit Mall Road in Dalhousie after this and return to the hotel for dinner and sleep.

Day 8: Dalhousie - Chamba - Khajiar

On this day we visit Khajiar and Chamba. Khajiar is pleasant to the eyes because of its natural beauty which includes refreshing lush green meadows. Chamba on the other hand has a number of temples. After these visits, we come back to the hotel and enjoy  good night's sleep.

Day 9: Dalhousie - Chandigarh

After breakfast we head towards Chandigarh which takes us about 10 hours. Once we reach we check-in at the hotel and enjoy a delicious dinner.

Day 10: Chandigarh - Delhi

This is the final leg of the journey, we check-out from the hotel after breakfast. Our representatives drop you at the railway station from where you can carry on with your journey.