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Shimla Manali Dharamshala Dalhousie Amritsar Tour

10 Night 11 Days Shimla Manali Dharamshala Dalhousie Amritsar Tour

Here’s your chance to explore the various sightseeing places that were ruled by the prestigious Kings.

10 Nights / 11 Days

Pickup - Delhi | Drop - Chandigarh/Amritsar

Per Person - 33000

Min. 4 Person

Day 1: Delhi to Shimla
Once you arrive, our representative will pick you up from Delhi Airport/Railway station/Bus Stand by our vehicle and drive to Shimla. Shimla is approx 360 KM from Delhi and will take 7-8 hours to reach. When you enter Shimla, a new dream comes true. Shimla looks like a paradise. Check-in at Hotel and a mouth-watering dinner and night stay in the Hotel.
Day 2: Shimla Local Sightseeing
After breakfast, drive to Shimla for local sightseeing. The capital city of Himachal Pradesh is one of the most popular hill stations in North India. Shimla, the former summer capital of British India, is rightly called the queen of hills. It was the summer capital of the British in India. Shimla is situated at an altitude of 6810 ft and is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in the country. The town offers many attractions that attract many tourists to the hill town. It is therefore considered the best place to spend your vacations. Shimla is a popular holiday destination famous for its wintry beauty. Shimla is renowned for its Mall Road, the city's heart. Shimla has a beautiful church and several other places of worship. Restaurants and Pubs are spread all over the city. Shimla is a city of natural beauty. Sankat Mochan temple, Jhakoo Temple. The Malls are a shopping haven: Kufri, a popular summer retreat, and Himalayan Aviary. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 3 : Shimla to Manali
You will start your day with a sightseeing tour of the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh. The drive today will take you through some of the most scenic roads, and you'll be treated to amazing sights of the picturesque valleys, forests, and the river Beas as well as views of colorful temples as you head toward Manali. The day will be filled with many photo opportunities, lunch, and a stop for snacks. After the drive, you'll end your day at your hotel, and you'll be able to enjoy the gorgeous views of the night lights of Manali. The city has a reputation for being a haven for hippies and the like and features a vibrant nightlife. We will visit the traditional shawl factories over there. We will stop somewhere in between to enjoy the stunning mountain ranges and later arrive in Manali in the evening. On arrival in Manali, we will check into our hotel, and the rest of the day is free. If you want, we can go to local markets to explore the local needs of Manali, or we can also enjoy the nightlife in Manali.
Day 4: Manali Local Sightseeing
The Manali sightseeing tour begins with a visit to the Hadimba Devi Temple. The temple is situated next to the Beas River. The temple is dedicated to the goddess Hadimba, which is made of wood carved with intricate designs. The temple is lit up with thousands of oil lamps. One of the tour's highlights is the visit to the Vashist Bath. Located at the foothills of the snow-capped peaks, the Vashist Bath is surrounded by snow-clad mountain ranges, making it a beautiful location. The bath is frequented by locals and tourists alike. The tour then moves on to the Tibetan monastery. The monastery's interiors are awe-inspiring. One can visit a museum inside the sanctuary with masks, mounted animal heads, thangkas, and various other artifacts. You can enjoy your Manali sightseeing tour by visiting these places. Life is full of woes, but when you are traveling, it can become full of joy, also. So make your trip to Manali a happy one.
Day 5: Manali Dharamshala
Dharamshala is a hill station in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is situated at an altitude of 1,880 m (6,160 ft) above sea level and is surrounded by lush green forests and hills. It is known as a popular tourist destination as well as a favorite retreat for many people. Kangra is a district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is well-known as a tourist destination and a significant market for apples grown in the region. In Hindi, the word Kangra refers to a particular type of earth pot made in the area.
Day 6: Dharamshala – Dalhousie
After breakfast, we will visit Baijnath - the oldest existing Shiva temple in the country. This temple is a must-visit for all devotees of Lord Shiva. War Memorial is another essential place to visit in Kangra. This memorial is dedicated to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country. Kangra Art Museum is another place of interest in Kangra. This museum houses a collection of rare and valuable paintings. Dall Lake is a beautiful lake located in Kangra. This lake is a perfect place for a picnic or a stroll. McLeodgnj is a small town located in Kangra. This town is home to many Tibetan refugees. St. John is a church located in Kangra. This church is a beautiful place of worship and is worth a visit. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 7 : Dalhousie – Khajjiar – Dalhousie
Morning drive to Khajjiar, As the sun rises, the sky is ablaze with a spectrum of colors – from fiery red to orange to yellow. The mountains are dusted with a layer of mist, making them look like a scene from a fairytale. This is Khajjiar – one of the most scenic Plateaus in India, also known as the mini Switzerland of India. The Plateau is surrounded by dense pine and deodar forests, adding to its charm. As you drive through the winding roads, you can't help but be mesmerized by the beauty of this place. The fresh mountain air is invigorating and will leave you refreshed and rejuvenated.
Khajjiar is the perfect destination. Come and experience the magic of this place! Return to hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Dalhousie.
Day 8: Dalhousie to Amritsar
After breakfast, we'll set out for Amritsar. The drive should take over four hours. Upon arrival, we'll check in to our hotel. In the afternoon, we'll visit the Wagah Border. This is the border between India and Pakistan. We'll spend the night at our hotel in Amritsar.
Day 9: Amritsar to Chandigarh
On reaching Chandigarh at Chandigarh, check-in at the hotel & proceed to the sightseeing tour of Chandigarh. Chandigarh is a city in northwest India with some incredible sights. The Rock Garden is one of the most famous attractions. It's a beautiful garden made from rocks in various shapes and sizes that's a great place to relax. Another great place to visit is the Rose Garden near the Rock Garden. It has a beautiful flower display along with statues and fountains. The museum and art gallery display sculptures and ancient artifacts Overnight at Chandigarh.
Day 10: Chandigarh Sightseeing
There are many places to see when you visit Chandigarh. Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhna Lake, and Eco Park are significant places. The Rock Garden is a landscaped garden with sculptures. Many plants can be seen here, and UNESCO recognized it as one of the largest and most popular landscaped gardens. The Rose Garden has over two hundred different types of roses. Sukhna Lake is an artificial lake with boating and other water activities, and Eco Park is an amusement park focused on education and conservation. These are just some of the essential things you can do in Chandigarh.
Day 11: Chandigarh – Delhi
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and proceed to Delhi. On arrival, drop at Airport or Railway Station for the onward journey. (The tour operator will give time for Breakfast at the time of confirmation). Taking breakfast early in the morning will be advised. Later check out from the hotel and continue the journey to Delhi. After sightseeing, drop at the Railway station or Airport to board the train/ flight for an onward destination with sweet memories of Delhi. Our tour ends with sweet memories of Delhi.


  • Everyday Breakfast and Dinner
  • AC Vehicle
  • English talking guide amid the city visit
  • Mineral Water
  • Driver Allowance
  • Toll Taxes and Parking
  • State charges
  • Fuel
  • All the present appropriate duties


  • Monument charges
  • Tips, Laundry, Phone calls
  • Some other costs not specified previously.

1. How many days are needed to complete the Spiti trek?

The Spiti region is remote, with no vehicles and roads leading in and out of Spiti valley. The main entry point is through the village of Keylong, which is about five hours from Chandigarh on the Chandigarh-Manali road. There are also two other entry points in the region, one from Manali (a 9-10 hour drive from Chandigarh) and another from Shimla (about an hour shorter than the Manali route). The trek length is between 15-20 days, depending on how much time you want to spend in different places and how much you want to trek each day.

2. Is there nightlife in Dalhousie?

The nightlife in Dalhousie is quite different than what you might expect. The nightlife in Daolhouise revolves around bars and clubs, which are scattered all around the city. Many students live in Daolhouise, so there is a vibrant university nightlife scene. Here's a list of the best places to go at night: - Maile Live House: A meeting point for all students in Daolhouise and everyone who wants to experience real nightlife. - Club 88: One of the oldest clubs in Dalhousie. - Bar 13: A huge bar that's always full of people. - The Red Room: A bar with a live band playing and a cozy atmosphere. - The Chinese BBQ: A small and cozy bar serving excellent Chinese dishes, not cocktails. - My Bar: This a very cozy bar with a great atmosphere, good drinks, and excellent service.

3. Which is the best place to visit in Dharamshala?

Dharamshala is a popular tourist destination because of its flower-carpeted hills and Buddhist monasteries. It is situated in the upper Dhauladhars amidst mountain ranges and towering trees. Dharamshala is divided into two parts: Lower Dharamshala and Upper Dharamshala. Both offer spectacular views and have good hotels, lodges, and guest houses. McLeod Ganj is the place that most tourists visit in Dharamshala. It is a decent place. If you want to see more places, then Majnu ka Tilla, Bhagsu, and Dharamkot are the best places to visit in Dharamshala.

4. What are the most important things to remember when visiting Rohtang Pass?

Rohtang Pass is one of the high roads of Lahaul and Spiti in Himachal Pradesh. It connects Manali and Keylong via Lahaul valley. Rohtang Pass is a high-altitude mountain pass in the Lahaul and Spiti districts of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is open from May to November and is shut for the rest of the year. The road to Rohtang Pass is hazardous, and snow and landslides are common. Heavy snows often close the Rohtang Pass on the Manali-Leh highway. Rohtang owes its name to the red-colored soil. A special permit is required to visit Rohtang Pass. Rohtang pass can be seen between May to November only, and the days are advised explicitly according to the weather conditions.

5. Is there nightlife in Manali?

Yes. The Manali-Kasol road is known for its outstanding nightlife. You can find bars, pubs, discos, and restaurants in this region. You can also enjoy your stay in Manali with the soothing sounds of live music. You can also spend time with your friends around a bonfire. Living costs are cheap here, so that you can enjoy your time to the core. Another great nightlife destination is the Aman-E-Khas in Manali. It is an old heritage property that has a bar and a restaurant. Tourists can also visit the famous Indian musicians Swarathma and Parikrama, who perform at the Aman-E-Khas.

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