Classic Himachal tour package

Price: 7,880.00

Group Size: 5-6 Adults

Region: Himachal

Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights


Best Season: May-October

Maximum Altitude: 3979 M

Classic Himachal tour package


Himachal Pradesh is a magnificent destination by virtue of its diversity and natural bounty. This leaves tourists with a wealth of wonderful places to visit and unique sights to see. A Himachal sightseeing tour is a great idea because of its comprehensive nature- you can visit places like Shimla, Kullu-Manali, Chamba, Malana, Lahaul- Spiti and a lot more with such a package.

Depending on the kind of Himachal Sightseeing Package you choose, you can visit unique natural places like Beas Kund, Bhrigu Lake, Suraj Tal, Chandra Tal, and Rohtang Pass as well as sanctuaries like Chail Wildlife Sanctuary, Great Himalayan National Park and Pin Valley National Park and others.

p>Such a tour package can last between 2 days to 15 days, and give you a chance to experience the many diverse landscapes of Himachal. Food and accommodation are also taken care of.

Himachal Pradesh has always been known for its rich beauty and diverse flora and fauna. There are many awesome sights within Himachal Pradesh that makes it a place worth having an experience. The lovely meadows, snow-capped hills, rivers, streams and what not. Shimla, being the capital is one such beautiful sight along with Kufri, Dharamshala, Solang Valley, mcleodganj and others on the list. This trip of 3 days and 4 Nights offer you an unparalleled experience to visit the peerless destination of Solang valley.

Brief Itinerary
Day 01: Delhi -Manali

Arrival at Manali. You will see sights en route are worth taking a glimpse. Overnight stay in Manali Hotel / Guest House.

Day 02: Arrive in Manali and local sightseeing

As you reach Manali you are going to be headed straight towards the Hotel where you can take rest and have meals. This day is reserved for Local sightseeing of Manali. You can stroll through the heartbeat of Manali- Mall Road and purchase a gift of art too for your loved ones. You can wander around the old town and the other sites such as Hadimba Temple, The Great Himalayan National Park, Manu Temple, Manali Sanctuary are among the list of attractions. If you are an adventurist, you can go for an unusual and exciting experience like Skiing or Paragliding within the landscape of Manali. Overnight stay in the hotel rooms.

Day 03: Solang Valley

Today its going to be the most entertaining and enthralling day of all the 3 days. Post you morning meals move towards Solang Valley, the desired destination for the day. You can ride a horse within the landscape of Solang and you even can experience the captivating adventure of Paragliding. The moments spent here are going be cherished by you. By the time its winter, it takes the shape of a flat snowy layer thus looking like a blanket. During winter season many winter sports activities take place within the valley of Solang. Revert by evening to your hotels and have a comfortable stay in the rooms.

Day 04: Manali Departure

Finally, the day arrives on which you are going to bid adieu to the valley of Manali. Get with your mates in the Volvo and move towards your next Destination, post Breakfast.

You shall be advised of the current situation, weather and other conditions of the tour before departure. *In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, certain activities may be cancelled or change of dates might happen, and in such cases the operator will try his best to provide an alternate feasible activity. However no refund will be provided for the same.

Cancellation Policy

Booking Policy & Refund Terms It is wise to make your booking at least two months in advance. However, if you want a good deal on your domestic/international flight, we recommend organizing your trip at least three months in advance. Please contact us for more information. Payment for booking your experience: The fee can be paid by Online Bank Transfer(NEFT)/Cheque deposit/ Demand draft. Instruction for payment will be forwarded along with your booking confirmation details via email. When your transfer is done, please e-mail us a confirmation mail with your transfer details, so that we can secure your reservation efficiently and make further arrangements to logistics.

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Himachal Quick Glance

Special section providing quick details about Rivers, Lakes, Fishing Resorts, Hot Spring, Museums, Fairs & Festivals, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Zoo, Pheasantry, Temples, Churches, Monasteries, Heriatge Buildings, Important Peaks, Adventure Activities etc.

Himachal at a Glance

Section providing Facts & Figures about Himachal Pradesh i.e. Area, Population, Males, Females, Sex Ratio, Growth, Density, Litracy Rate, Capital, Districts, Sub-Division, Tehsils, Sub-Tehsils, Development Block, Twons, Panchayats, Panchayat Smities, Zila Parishad, Urban Local Bodies, Nagar Nigam, Nagar Parishad, Nagar Panchayats, Census Villages, Inhabited Villages, Health Institutions, Educational Institutions, Motorable Roads, Villages Connected with roads, Road density, Bridges, No. of National Highways, Identified Hydroelectric Potential etc.

Important and Famous Places

Section providing information about important places of Himachal Pradesh i.e. The Ridge and The Mall ( Shimla ), Kufri ( Shimla ), Baspa Valley ( The beautiful valley of Kinnaur ), Sangla ( Kinnaur ), Kalpa ( Kinnaur ), Tabo ( Lahaul Spiti ), Pin Valley, Lingti Valley, Kunzum Pass, Ki, Kie or Key Monastery, Keylong, Gondhla, Tandi, Suketi Fossil Park, Khoksar, Rakchham, Nako, Kaza, Kibbar Village, Baralacha La, Kullu, Manali, Manikaran, Vashisht, Pangi Valley, Manimahesh ( Mountain Kailash ), Killar, Kasauli, Timber Trail Parwanoo, Bhakra Dam, Mandi, Kangra, Yol Cantt., Dharamshala, Dharamsala, Mcleod Ganj ( Dharamshala ), Kangra Fort etc.

Important Distances from various places

Almost each and every part of the state is linked by roads. The Himachal Road Transport Corporation is running its buses covering the whole state. There is huge network of HRTC to cater the needs of the people. Journey to various places of Himachal Pradesh has become easier than ever because of the huge network of HRTC buses and other means like local jeeps and taxies, there is also a huge network of buses from private sector. Section also provide information about important distances from Delhi, Chandigarh, Pathankot, Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Chamba, Dalhousie etc.

Festivals of Himachal

Himachal in fact can be termed as a mini India. Here people of different racial stocks have come together and mingled in the main stream of national life, to make this land a composite of different cultures. Festivals enliven social life and unite the people by bringing them together in joyful celebration of significant events and in shared remembrance of a common past.

Famous Fairs in Himachal

There are 20 state level fairs or festivals recognised by the the Government at present in Himachal Pradesh. They have an educational, social as well as religious character. These serve the needs of social integration not only for economic sustenance but also for cultural survival. Generally the fairs are held at such a time when the people are free from their household engagements.

Wildlife in Himachal

The state's protected area network of 32 wildlife sanctuaries and 2 national parks represents the myriad diversity of life in the North Western Himalayas. With 64 species of mammals, 463 of birds, 43 of reptiles and 516 of aquatic fauna teeming among over 3240 species of plants than define a range of eco-system and habitants, there is, for the wildlife enthusiast, the indefatigable trekker and the romantic tourist, an endless quest. There are two national parks in Himachal pradesh. Both are natural wonders.

Himachal Toy Trains

Himachal Pradesh has two narrow gauge Rail tracks i.e. Kalka to Shimla and Pathankot to Jogindernagar. On both these lines run the mini trains, popularly called 'Toy Trains' by the tourists. Travelling on these trains is a thrilling experience as the lines, trains and the landscape of charming hills, tunnels and bridges and valleys, which one encounters on the way leaves a lasting impression of ecstasy and joy.

Himachal is a peaceful and hospitable state. The people are friendly and helpful. Nevertheless, visitors are advised not to take unnecessary risk that may lead them to danger or allow/ provokeanybody else to harm them in any way.

Change your money only at authorized foreign exchange outlets / Banks / Hotels. Insist for receipt of money>

Keep identity card/passport handy while travelling

Some buildings and monuments require permission for photography and filming. Contact the nearest Tourism office or the concerned District Administration for guidance and assistance.

Keep your valuables in hotel lockers/safe deposit vaults wherever available.

STD/ISD/FAX facilities are available at small booths throughout the state.

For medical assistance contact Government hospitals and dispensaries or accredited nursing homes/clinics/hospitals or Call 108 free 24X7 ambulance service.

For guide maps and information, contact Himachal Tourism Offices.

Ensure that your vehicle is securely locked before you leave it. Don't leave cash or jewellery in your vehicle.

Do not encourage beggars.

Shop at Government emporiums. Prices are reasonable and quality assured. Himachal Emporium outlets are located at Bilaspur, Chamba, Dharamshala, Mandi, Kullu, Keylong, Reckong Peo, Nahan, Solan, and Shimla. Outside the state, these are at New Delhi, Bangalore and Chandigarh. You can also buy directly from craftsmen located throughout Himachal. But if you plan to carry them overseas, do take a receipt for customs.

For electrical appliances, check voltage, 220 V is the standard in the state. Socket type-two pin/three pin.,

Normal banking hours are 10.00 am to 2.00 pm from Monday to Fridays, and 10.00 am to noon on Saturday. Some banks also have eveningcounters but these rarely deal in foreign currency. Banks remain closed on Sunday and gazette holidays.

It is advisable to cover yourself with travel insurance for theft,loss and medi-claim.

Unleaded petrol is available at selected stations only.

Do not leave your cash and valuables in your hotel rooms. Keep your cash divided in different pockets.

Do not trust strangers.

During the monsoon season (July-August), be careful while driving on the road because of slippery conditions and land-slides/ rock-falls.

Sunscreen and moisturizing lotion

Himachal Pradesh is cold and as you know cold air can make your skin feel extremely dry, remember to carry moisturizing lotion with you. Kids are generally more prone to dry skin due to cold weather; therefore, it is essential to carry your personal favorite moisturizer. Same goes for sunscreen lotion. Snow reflects sunlight and even intensifies it, so it’s helpful to wear sunscreen when you head outdoors.

Warm clothes

Himachal Pradesh is colder than states in the south and west of India throughout the year. Due to the low temperatures in this region, it is important for you to pack heavy sweaters, thermal innerwear, and woolen socks on your trip to Himachal.

ID proofs

When traveling to Himachal, it is always a good idea to have your government-issued ID proofs handy. You may be asked to produce them at any point, but to ensure a stress-free holiday, remember to carry your PAN card, Aadhar card, driver’s license, or any other ID card.

Appropriate shoes

Considering your itinerary and the weather conditions of Himachal when you are traveling there, do pack appropriate shoes. You may have to walk a lot for sightseeing or trekking on hilly terrain, therefore, choose the most suitable walking shoes to bring along.


Since most tourist spots of Himachal Pradesh may be located away from the main cities, it is advisable that you carry all your personal medication with you. Also, pack medications for mountain-sickness, along with anti-diarrhea drugs and paracetamol to ensure that your holiday is perfect.

Camera and batteries

In order to be able to capture all the breathtaking sights you come across in Himachal, remember to bring your camera and enough batteries to keep it powered on your trip.

Power bank

Having your phone turned off while traveling to a new place can be worrisome. Remember to pack a fully-charged power bank along with your phone's charger so that your phone is on throughout the day when you are on the go.

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