Himachal Explored
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Himachal Pradesh is a part of the Indian Himalayas. It has wide valleys imposing snow mountains, limpid lakes, rivers and gushing streams. After India became free in 1947, a number of princely hilly states were integrated into a single unit to be administered by the Government of India.

Destination: Himachal Darshan Tour Starts: Ex Chandigarh Duration: 9 Nights / 10 Days, Shimla (2 Nights), Manali (3 Nights), Dharamshala (1 Night), Dalhousie (2 Nights)

Day 1: Chandigarh to Shimla
On arrival at Chandigarh Airport/ Railway station you will be met,assisted by our executive and driven to Shimla (117 Km 4 hrs). On arrival at Shimla check in at the Hotel. Evening free to stroll in the famous place of Shimla town - " The Mall (hub of Shimla's social life) & The Ridge, lies just above Mall, a open space and has wide views of the mountains & valleys, flanked by the Christ Church built in 1857 & the neo-Tudor building of the Library. Located in the western Himalaya, it used to be the "summer capital" of British India. Shimla is now the State Capital of Himachal Pradesh. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2: Shimla-Kufri-Shimla
After Breakfast Excursion to Kufri. Kufri (2510m)is one of the early places to be associated with skiing in India is famous for its Himalayan National Park, Pony and Yak Ride and one can see the endless Himalayan Panorama from Kufri,  sightseeing of various places in and around. Shimla Vice regal Lodge built in (1888),  The Gaiety Theatre, Scandal Point and the famous Shopping Plaza The Mall. O/N Hotel

Day 3: Shimla to Manali.
After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Manali a distance of 260 km (8 hrs Drive). On the way you will see Sunder Nagar lake, pandoh dam, Hanogi Temple, Kullu. O/N Hotel

Day 4: Manali
Full day sightseeing of Manali Hadimba Temple, Manu Temple, Tibetan monastery and evening  explore the local market. O/N Hotel

Day 5: Manali
Excursion to Rohtang Pass. Situated at an altitude of 3979 mtrs above sea level and 51 kms outside Manali is the mighty Rohtang Pass - the gateway to Lahaul-Spiti valley. It affords a wide panoramic view of the mountains. Here one sees the majesty of the mountains at its height and splendor. At the top of the pass the air seems to glitter against the snow as you look down over herringboned ridges into the Lahaul valley. Evening at Leisure. O/N Hotel

Day 6: Manali to Dharamshala
A distance of 235 kilometer on the way stopping at Baijnath known for its Shiva Temple and further at Palampur famous For Tea Garden. Dharamshala is a hill-station lying on the spur of the Dhauladhar Mountains about 18 kms north-east of Kangra, It is known for its scenic beauty set amidst high pine and oak trees. Since 1960, when it became the temporary headquarters of His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Dharamshala has risen to international repute as “The Little Lhasa in India”. O/N Hotel

Day 7: Dharamshala to Dalhousie
After Breakfast drive from Dharamshala towards Dalhousie after doing the local sightseeing of Places which includes, His holiness Dalai Lama residence at McLeodganj, War memorial, Bhagsunag temple and Dal Lake. Reach Dalhousie in the evening. O/N Hotel.

Day 8: Dalhousie local sightseeing                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Dalhousie has been named after the British Governor - General of the l9th century, Lord Dalhousie. Surrounded by varied vegetation - pines, dodders, oaks and flowering rhododendron. Local sightseeing of Dalhousie includes visit to Panchpulla, Subhash Baoli and excursion to Khajjiar 24 km from Dalhousie surrounded by thick Deodar forest. Drive from Dalhousie to Khajjiar is awesome. O/N Hotel.

Day 9: Dalhousie to Pathankot / Chakki Bank Drop.

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