Enchanting Himachal tour

7 Nights / 8 Days Enchanting Himachal  Tour

Himachal Pradesh is one of the most sought-after destinations by tourists because of its authenticity in culture as well as its stunning scenery that covers a variety of cities. It has Shimla serving as the capital for Himachal Pradesh, the place is strongly influenced by Tibetan tradition. If you’re looking to have your heart captivated by a serene environment that is offered by AnantHolidays.

Day 1: Drive Chandigarh to Shimla

When you arrive at Chandigarh airport The representative at the airport will provide an assistance in getting you to your destination of choice, Shimla via the road. Popularly known as the “Queen of Hills’, Shimla is a renowned hill town in Himachal Pradesh. Once you’ve arrived, check-in with the hotel. After checking in to your room your day is your choice. You can spend the day taking part in the things you enjoy. Overnight stay and dinner in the hotel.

Day 2 - sightseeing of Shimla

Post breakfast, proceed for an excursion to Kufri, a must-visit place. Placed at an altitude of 2290 m above the sea level. When back in Shimla, visit Mall Road.


Kufri is a picturesque hill station located in Himachal Pradesh, about 16km away from Shimla. It was previously component of the Kingdom of Nepal and means “lake” within the Nepali language. Kufri is well-known for its white mountains along with parks, wildlife and peace.

It is known by its alpine slopes as well as outdoors activities Kufri attracts large numbers of people looking to participate in skiing and sledging, tobogganing as well as riding on yaks. The open areas also permit camping, where you can gather around bonfires and relax in the atmosphere while eating dinner beneath the night sky! Go to the Himalayan Nature Park to observe the countless animals and birds that it has.

Viceregal Lodge & Botanical Gardens

Viceregal Lodge is surrounded by gorgeous pinseed trees that are well kept garden and roses . Also known as Rashtrapati Niwas Viceregal Lodge, the Viceregal Lodge is among the most renowned and historical landmarks of the region. It is undoubtedly one of the most popular spots to see at Shimla. It is situated on the beautiful Observatory hill in Shimla the architectural wonder draws thousands of visitors each year, and has grown into an essential destination for those curious about the architectural marvel.

Mall Road

Whether you’re planning to enjoy a short city break or want to get away from the bustle and craziness of your daily routine The Mall Road of Shimla can be the ideal tourist destination to explore.

In the middle of city life, Mall Road is a major source of entertainment for travelers from all ages. It’s become a popular location for locals to meet during the evening. It provides a more relaxed atmosphere for admiring the stunning views of nature while sipping the cup of coffee. You’ll discover a unique combination of traditional cultures, magnificent mountains and a rich history, tranquil waterfalls and exciting sporting activities.

Day 3 - Drive Shimla to Manali

After breakfast on the 3rd day, get transferred by road to Manali. Placed at an altitude of 2050 m above the sea level, Manali is a very popular hill station that is flocked by tourists every year in crazy numbers. On reaching, check-in at the hotel. Get some rest. The evening is at leisure. Take a walk on main market road of Manali.

Manali Mall Road

Manali is a breathtaking hill station with stunning views of the mountains covered in snow located in Himachal Pradesh. Visitors from around world travel to Mall Road Manali not just to admire the breathtaking beauty, but in addition to shop, because Manali is a well-known tourist destination for shopping. It is one of the most sought-after destinations in Manali. It is home to a significant amount of tourists who visit Manali, and there are numerous spots to take a break and relax when you are tired of shopping.

Day 4: Manali Sightseeing

Get all set for visiting the prime attractions of Manali. Visit Hadimba Devi Temple,  the Tibetan Monastery,  the handicraft centre, the old Vashisht village. Back to the hotel for dinner and night Stay.

Hadimba Devi Temple

Locally referred to as the Dhungiri Temple, Hidimba Devi temple or Hadmiba temple is among the most sought-after places to visit in Manali. The structure, which is four stories tall, is located in an area of forest, which is called Dhungiri Van Vihar. The people of the area name the shrine after it’s name because of its nearby forest. It is dedicated to goddess Hadimbi (wife of Bheem (one from the five Pandava brothers in the epic Mahabharata) The temple was constructed in 1553. The top roof, which is conical, is made of metal, and the three other square-shaped floors are topped with tiles of timbre. There’s also the 24-meter tall tower.

the Tibetan Monastery

Padmini Palace was Rani Padmavati’s royal home. She is known for her bravery, exquisite beauty and a sharp mind. It is located in the majestic Chittorgarh Fort. There is also an exquisite lotus-pond amidst it. The Padmini Palace is a highly acclaimed architecture, known for its intricateness. It attracts tourists from all over India and around the globe, who come to learn about the history of the palace and the bravery and splendour that Rani Padmavati is famous for.

the handicraft centre

Manali has a number of colorful monasteries that reflect the rich heritage and culture that the Tibetan people who settled on the hills of Kullu in Kullu and Manali. Manali is surrounded by tiny shops that sell exquisite carpets and other handicrafts that were designed by Tibetan people who reside near these monasteries. These Tibetan Monasteries also operate an Thanks School of Arts and an a Carpet-weaving center to preserve old Tibetan art. The murals in these buildings illustrate scenes from Lord Buddha’s life.

DAY 05: Manali - Rohtang Pass/Snow Point - Manali

After breakfast proceed for a full day excursion to the Mighty Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. Dinner and night stay at the hotel in Manali.  

Rohtang Pass

50 kilometers from north Manali to fifty kilometers to the northwest of the Eastern Pir Panjal lies Rohtang Pass the perfect natural spectacle. It connects two stunning valleys in Himachal Pradesh namely Manali along with Lahaul & Spiti. The bikers and adventurers reach Rohtang passes in Manali traversing treacherous roads, their treacherous curves, and often turbulent conditions. The reward is the view of mountains covered in snow, taking in pure mountain air and feeling the adrenaline rush of a difficult trip.

Solang Valley

Solang valley may also referred to as the “Snow Valley,” it is famous for hosting numerous winter sports, including paragliding, parachuting, skiing, mountaineering, trekking, and trekking. The stunning valley is among the top stunning attractions located in Manali and is situated at an altitude that is 2,560 meters higher than sea level. It is among the most popular trekking destinations of tourists who are holidaying in Manali.

Day 06: Drive Manali to Dharamshala

After breakfast, take the road for Dharamshala. Along the way you can enjoy the cool breeze while you take in the stunning scenery that is scattered all across. After arrival in Dharamshala, check-in the hotel. Spend the evening as per your own. The peaceful hill town of Dharamshala or Dharamsala is an ideal holiday destination that boasts of lush greenery, fresh air, thick green forests and a number of attractions. Stay overnight.

DAY 07: Dharamshala Sightseeing

After breakfast proceed to visit the prime attractions of Dharamshala including the Tibetan Medical Centre and St. John in the Wilderness.

the Tibetan Medical Centre

Men-TseeKhang, is also known in the form of Tibetan Medical and Astro Institute is a charity institution situated within Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India. The institute was established through the 13th Dalai Lama, in Lhasa in the year 1916. Following the Chinese occupation of Tibet, the 14th Dalai Lama came to India to establish the institute in the year 1961.

St. John in the Wilderness

The church is popularly referred to for its role as St. John’s church, the cathedral was initially called St John in the Wilderness. It church is an Anglican church that is one of the top tourist destinations in Dharamshala that you should not overlook visiting. It was built in the deodar forest in 1852, the well-known church has an architectural style that is Neo-Gothic. But the most notable thing about the building is the fact that it has Belgian stained-glass windows that give it a level of European appearance. The famous glass windows were gifted to the church officials by the wife of the British Viceroy Lord Elgin.

DAY 08: Drive Dharamshala to Pathankot \ Chandigarh

After breakfast chevk-out and drop at Pathankot railway station or Chandigarh airport.

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