Himachal Pradesh, known for its Himalayan landscapes and popular hill stations lures tourists from all over the world. The destinations here in this himalyan state attracts, hippies, religious people and adventure seekers alike. Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala and Mcleod Ganj are some of the most sought after places in Himachal Pradesh. Joy Travels offers Himachal Pradesh tour packages that covers some of the most popular and beautiful destinations of Himachal Pradesh.
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The Himachal Pradesh tour package covers Dharamshala,Dalhousie,Khajjar,Chamba,Kalatop. This 6 days Himachal Pradesh tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided.
2 Caser Badam Milk
2 Nights Accommodation in Dharamshala (With Breakfast & Dinner)
2 Nights Accommodation in Dalhousie (With Breakfast & Dinner)
Volvo Seats Delhi - Dharamshala - Delhi
Pick-up & Drop from Volvo Stand to Volvo Stand
1 Full Day Sightseeing of Dharamsala & Mclodeganj by individual cab
1 Full Day Sightseeing of Dalhousie by Individual Cab
1 Full Day Sightseeing of Chamba & Khajjiyar by Individual Cab
Dharamshala Dragon Resort
Dhalhousie Indraprastha Resort
Applicable peak season surcharge
Expenses of Personal Nature
Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
Service Tax extra 3.9%
Day 2 : Dharamshala Arrival
Day 3 : Dharamshala ( Local Dharamshala )
Day 4 : Dharamshala - Dalhousie ( Local Dalhousie )
Day 5 : Dalhousie ( Chamba - Khajjiar - Kalatop )
Day 6 : Dalhousie - Dharamshala - Delhi
The Himachal Pradesh tour package covers Shimla, Kufri, Manali,Dharamsala, Dalhousie. This 11 days Himachal Pradesh tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided.
All Meals, pickup and drop
SightSeeing Tour as per Itinerary
All transfer & sightseeing by Ac Car.
Service of an English speaking driver, Parking, Toll
Applicable peak season surcharge
Expenses of Personal Nature
Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
Service Tax extra 3.9%
Day 2 : Delhi - Shimla
Day 3 : Shimla - Kufri - Shimla
Day 4 : Shimla - Manali
Day 5 : Manali
Day 6 : Manali
Day 7 : Manali - Dharamsala
Day 8 : Dharamsala - Dalhousie
Day 9 : Dalhousie
Day 10 : Dalhousie - Amritsar
Day 11 : Amritsar - Delhi
The State which holds all five ranges that comprise the Great Himalaya is a pure unadulterated delight. The stunning valleys of Chail, Chamba and Kangra, the rather cosmopolitan joys of Shimla and the possibilities of skiing, heli-skiing, paragliding, trekking or simply snowman making, the colonial buildings, slate-roofed temples and Buddhist monasteries, and forests and apples, become apparent as they join together to give the Lady those splendid apple rosy cheeks, on this Hill Stations of India-Himachal Pradesh Holiday Package!
Shimla is the only hill station to combine the beauty of the high Himalaya, the energy of the city, the sleepy charms of a hill station, and a treat of heritage architecture and urban fun. Its unique personality and place in history owes much to the ancient designed edifices, magnificent views surrounding the hills, framed in dripping cedars and cypresses, and hot parathas and tea on cold pleasant mornings! Unparalleled to the hectic life of a busy city and hence spelling an aura of romance for the honeymooners!
The'Mall' forms the core of the notified Heritage Zone of Shimla where the horse rides and ice-cream vendors draw couples who also enjoy hot bhuttas and bars while they perch themselves on the cosy benches, getting closer to each other! You could visit The Ridge towards the Scandal Point acclaimed as a romantic rendezvous, the Christ Church, the State Library the famously crowned Jhakhoo Hanuman Temple, Elysium Hill, Auckland House, the Kali Bari Temple and several other heritage buildings on the Mall in a myriad of colours and concrete red, green and grey sandstone. The State Museum which displays the state's cultural and archaeological heritage consisting of wooden carvings, jewellery, manuscripts, arms and armoury, including a gallery on miniature paintings, and the Viceregal Lodge are placed closeby. You may visit Anandale known as a helipad but is a large glade with a golf course, surrounded by thick deodar woods and a charming temple by the edge, and the adjacent Glen is a thickly wooded ravine. There is the Tara Devi Temple and the Kamna Devi Temple to shower you with blessings!. You could take a frolic ride on the Kalka-Shimla Toy Train which is a victory of languor over haste, style over speed, fun over convenience, and a testament to the fact that the journey is as important as the destination!
Mashobra is another exclusive place where you may lodge yourselves in country cottage-style bungalows, go for long walks in the surrounding woods or go for drives, and move to the helipad just to view the sunset, when the sun adds a golden tinge to the snow-capped peaks. You may visit Seog a jungle oasis which has preserved an astonishing variety of flora and fauna. Move further on to Naldehra, covered with spruce, pine, plum trees and berries, with an expansive tee or golf range, where golf passionists flock in summer towards this quiet environ, lock, stock and Golfing clubs in tow. A quick visit to the Mahunag Temple from which Naldehra derives its name, that is, nag plus dehra translating into the abode of king of snakes. Around the area,there is Tattapani famously home to the hot sulphur
Springs which are full of hot water even in the coldest of winters? Enclosed around this expanse, is the Shivji ka Gufa, an ancient lingam-dotted cave, acclaimed as god's own private resort with a gentle blue-green river, thick oak and pine forest.Kufri has emerged as the key 'ski resort' based on a higher altitude than Shimla, with snowy slopes in winter, several adventure sports options, sylvan views and orchards to capture and enrapture your imagination! The Kufri Fun World boasts of the world's highest go-karting track. Besides skiing, there is the Bhim Kali Mata Temple and Indra Tourist Park to admire. Of course, you could take a walk across the apple orchards, appreciating the sweet-smelling fruits and treating yourselves to one of them.
The next destination would be 'Chail' which glorifies in the arrogance of signifying princely excitement in the Chail Palace, with the myth or know-how of merry-making of couples raising a toast and wining and dining or listening to tunes on the grand piano in the earlier centuries, but today you could sit on the wrought iron table on the lawns, looking at the statues of cherubs and narcissus-filled flower beds, sipping your cup of tea! Take a stroll to the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary and some holy shrines!
Head on for Kasauli owing its name to the kasool flower, as you simply walk down quiet, country lanes with aged chestnut trees and the sweet chattering of birds which helps you to get rid of the lassitude in your energy levels and breed calm and clear mind! There are ledges with railings that overlook the Himalayan Peaks and if you trudge up to the surrounding hills, the crisp air would be a health refresher for your lungs, making you sturdy and strong. Then there is the Christ Church and the Lower Mall Monkey Point with a Hanuman Temple. You could swing on the Parwanoo Ropeway for a picturesque ride in the mountains. The walker's town is embedded with peaceful vistas and amazing shortcuts for the honeymooners to walk in a cosy comfort with each other on this Hill Stations of India - Himachal Pradesh Honeymoon Package!
The next destination would be 'Chamba' which lives in the historical importance of the artistic traditions of its people and in the architectural marvels of the wood and stone carved temples. You could visit the Lakshmi Narayan Temple Complex, the Akhand Chandi Palace, and then around Chamba drive down to Bharmour f or the wealth and heritage that it holds, including Manimahesh Kailash from where you could view this famous mountain, the exquisite Chaurasi Temple Complex, Manimahesh Temple and the Namardeshwar Temple that bears a rare yoni minus the lingam.
The Mcleodganj Dharamsala is bestowed with Lhasa-like rooftops, and bazaars dwarf the deodar pines and oaks, summer palace, temple, monasteries, et al! The Tsug-lha-Khang Temple Complex, the real nerve centre of the town, with the Dalai Lhama's residence with his office and temple, blends effortlessly into the landscape. The temple is a haven and you can be dazzled by the breathtaking views of the mountains, the Kalchakra Temple and the Namgyal Monastery, housed within. The Namgyaima Stupa with its rows of prayer wheels is loud and colourful and the Church of St.John-in-the-Wilderness is a stone church that stands aloof under giant deodar pines with exquisite stained glass windows. The Dal Lake is sacred to locals and teeming with goldfish. Around Mcleodganj, you could visit the Norbullingka Institute with a library, college, design studio, workshops, guest houses and café, and the Losel Doll Museum with an exquisite tableau of figurines,displaying in accurate detail the regional, ritual, religious, official and theatrical costumes of Tibet.
Further on is the Kangra Valley, lo lo lo lo lo…………..kangra miniatures, kangra tea, kangra valley showcasing plenty of reasons to recall this gentle valley of the Beas, containing the shaktipeeths, Brijeshwari Devi Temple, Jwalamukhi Temple, Chintapoorni, Kangra Fort and Masroor and the huge temple complex where the entire structure has been carved out of a free-standing rock-hill with the temple walls having some original sculpted panels,including a large sacred pond which reflects the entire width of the complex giving it a splendid composite effect. The Narbadeshwar Temple is exquisite and the Kangra School of Art covered with miniature paintings, and the temple's arched entrance and pillars make it appear like a haveli, Is it a dream come true on this utterly romantic Hill Stations of India - Himachal Pradesh Honeymoon Package!
Head for your final destination to Palampur whose magic lies in the mountains, tea plantations, hill-paddy fields, pockets of thick wooded slopes home to the monal, leopard and fox, Gaddi villages and old temples and settlements. The valleys of Palampur run through with tiny streams that drain this mountain range,feed the mighty Beas as easy trails lead down to these trout-filled streams and bird-filled hills. The Church of St.John-in-the-Wilderness, the Halta Tea Estate and the Tashijong Monastery and Kayakal should not be missed. Around Palampur you could visit Baijnath, Andretta and Bir which is known for its tea gardens, Tibetan monasteries, hang-gliding, and the Palyuln Cheotherling Monastery and Billing which is an enjoyable spot for a picnic on its meadows.
Shopping along these areas would entail purchase of walking sticks, woollen shawls, kinnauri mufflers and scarves, chamba rumaals (embroidered handkerchiefs),Buddhist thangkas, kangra miniatures, Chinese shoes, rare books, maps and etchings, crafted walking sticks, handmade carpets, wall hangings, Tibetan dresses, bags, ponchos, jackets, masks, votive objects, lamps, jewellery and trinkets, statuettes There are stores selling bottled produce like fruit preserves, tahini, muesli, Tibetan cheese, kangra tea. Along your walks you would small vendors or even shops selling carved wooden artefacts, tea coasters, dry fruit trays, wall hanging telephone stands, stone and metal work and Andretta blue pottery,
There are ethnic cafes and restaurants offering European style food, Continental food, Gujarati food, Indian and Chinese dishes, barbecue, apple orchard rice meals, dal, rotis, desserts like shepherd's pie and caramel custard, bun-samosa, mutton curry and tandoori grub. The areas and walkways are lined up with stalls or stores of German bakeries, Tibetan momos, Delhi chaat bhandars, Southie idli-dosa, Continental steaks or fish and chips, banana pancakes, pizzas, Tibetan gyathuk, la-ping noodles and steamed tingmo bread, thin crust pizzas and cakes, Italian food like ravioli, lasagna, and coffee with apple pies, just to get that sweet taste on this vacation!
The summer months are pleasant and cool in the hills, but the winters are very cold and snowy, although there is enough rainfall throughout the year. Recommended for a visit any time, as there is a plethora of stunning indoor and outdoor panoramas to satiate your appetite, in this journey of togetherness on your Hill Stations of India - Himachal Pradesh Honeymoon Package!
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