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Set out on a captivating adventure across Himachal Pradesh’s captivating scenery! Our all-inclusive tour takes you through the many locations of this Himalayan wonderland as it develops like a charming novel. Start your journey at Shimla, the Queen of Hills, where picturesque scenery coexists with colonial architecture, beckoning you to discover the Mall Road and the ancient Ridge.

Visit Manali, which is tucked away among snow-capped hills and offers peaceful scenery, adventurous sports, and the allure of Old Manali, an artistic community. Discover the spirituality and breathtaking Dhauladhar Range at Dharamshala and Mcleodganj, the home of the Dalai Lama, and a thriving hub of Tibetan culture.

Discover Dalhousie’s peace, breathtaking vistas of the Chamba Valley, and beauty of the colonial era: Next, explore the breathtaking scenery of Kasol and Kullu, which are ideal for both nature lovers and adventure seekers.


Admire the splendor of Kinnaur and Spiti Valley, where untamed landscapes and monasteries reveal an otherworldly realm. Enjoy the stunning surroundings and historic temples of Chamba, where your journey comes to an end. Diese journey across Himachal Pradesh promises to be an incredible experience full of breathtaking scenery, vibrant culture, and thrilling adventures.

Top 10 Destinations For Site Seeting In Himachal Pradesh

Tucked away in the foothills of the Lower Himalayan Range, the state of Himachal Pradesh is a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike, as well as a melting pot of cultures.

The word Himachal is created by combining the Sanskrit words Hima and Anchal, which mean snow and lap, respectively. It is no coincidence that the state is situated in the Himalayan foothills. Following the union of thirty princely republics with four districts – Mandi, Chamba, Mahasu, and Sirmour – Himachal Pradesh became a Union Territory in 1948. In the end, the Province gained statehood in 1971, becoming Indias 18th state.

Here is a list of the top 10 places in Himachal Pradesh for Sightseeing:
  1. Shimla: Take in the Queen of Hills colonial splendor while touring the Ridge, Mall Road, and other historical sites including Christ Church.
  2. Manali: Amidst snow-capped hills, enjoy scenic splendor, adventure sports, and the bohemian atmosphere of Old Manali.
  3. Dharmasala: Discover Tibetan culture, monasteries, and the tranquility of the Dhauladhar Range – home to the Dalai Lama – in Dharamshala and Mcleodganj.
  4. Dalhousie: Relax in a charming hill station with colonial buildings, expansive views, and the peaceful atmosphere of Chamba Valley.
  5. Kasol: Take in the breathtaking scenery, hiking paths, and relaxed vibe of Parvati Valley.
  6. Kullu: For those who enjoy the outdoors, discover exciting markets, picturesque scenery, and river activities. 
  7. Kinnaur: Take in the breathtaking scenery, Buddhist monasteries, and isolated settlements in this less visited area. 
  8. Spiti Valley: Discover the untamed landscapes, high-altitude communities, historic monasteries, and breath-taking views of Spiti Valley.
  9. Chamba: Take in the tranquil settings, historic temples, and breathtaking buildings tucked away in the Himalayas.
  10. Chandigarh: Despite not being in Himachal, this energetic metropolis has lovely gardens and well-planned architecture, making it a popular entry point to the state.

These locations guarantee a unique fusion of adventure, culture, and scenic splendor, guaranteeing an unforgettable journey across Himachal Pradesh.


Shimla Trip Package (3D/2N)
Kullu Manali Tour (4D/3N)
Manali Honeymoon Package ( 4D/3N)
Shimla Manali Tour (5D/4N)
Himachal With Amritsar Tour ( 9D/8N)
Complete Himachal Tour ( 8D/7N)

How to travel to Himachal Pradesh

Airlines operate flights from various cities throughout the nation to the picturesque state of Himachal Pradesh, located in northern India. There are three main airports in the state that serve aviation travel:

  1. Shimla Airport (Jubbarhatti): This airport has connections to Delhi and is located close to Shimla, the national capital. There are flights from Delhi to Shimla, which provide easy access to the charming hilltowns, historic buildings, and beautiful scenery.
  2. Kullu-Manali Airport (also known as Bhuntar Airport): This airport is close to Kullu and has connections mostly to Delhi and Chandigarh. It is the entry point to the well-liked hilltowns of Kullu and Manali, which are well-known for their breathtaking valleys, thrilling adventures, and sacred locations.
  3. Dharamshala Airport (Gaggal Airport): This airport has connections to Delhi and is close to Dharamshala and McLeod Ganj. It offers access to the Dalai Lama’s House, Tibetan Culture, and tranquil landscapes.

Many airlines, including Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara, offer flights to these Himachal Pradesh airports from cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, and Chennai, making it easy for visitors to experience the natural beauty and cultural diversity of the area. It is essential to confirm current routes and timings with airlines, since flight schedules and availability often change.

From major Indian towns, go out on an enchanted road journey to Himachal Pradesh! 

Take the NH44 or NH5 from Delhi to Shimla, Manali or Dharamshala, enjoying a picturesque route that passes via Chandigarh. Travelers from Mumbai can reach the destinations of Himachal through Delhi or Chandigarh by taking the NH48 or NH44 through Rajasthan. 

Travelers from Kolkata can choose to connect to the highways of Himachal Pradesh via NH19 or NH44 via Uttar Pradesh. Travelers from Chennai can travel to Delhi or Chandigarh via NH44 or NH48, which pass through Maharashtra and Karnataka. 

Travel options include self-drive automobiles, state-run buses and private taxis, all of which ensure an unforgettable experience amidst the gorgeous Himalayas with their well-maintained roadways and picturesque routes.

Take a picturesque train ride from major Indian cities to Himachal Pradesh! 

Kalka may be reached by direct or connecting trains from Delhi, such as the Himalayan Queen and Kalka Shatabdi. Take a taxi to Shimla or catch the ancient, UNESCO-listed Kalka-Shimla toy train from there. 

Travelers from Mumbai can take trains like the Paschim Express or trains headed for Delhi to Chandigarh or Ambala, from which they can continue on by road to Himachal’s destinations. 

Travellers from Kolkata can use trains headed for Delhi to reach Kalka or Chandigarh. 

Travelers from Chennai can reach Delhi via trains such as the Grand Trunk Express or the Tamil Nadu Express, and then proceed to the destinations of Himachal by road or train via Chandigarh or Kalka.

Frequently Asked Questions on Himachal Pradesh Tour

Which time of year is ideal for a Himachal Tour?

In Himachal, February to June (Spring and Summer) is the ideal time to travel. The winters, or the snowfall season, which runs from October to February, are a pleasant and well-liked time to visit.

Himachal Pradesh is home to a wide variety of attractions and breathtaking scenery. The capital city of Shimla has the Ridge and colonial architecture.

The adventure of Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass is what makes Manali so beautiful.

The Dalai Lama has his temple at Dharamshala, a place known for its calm atmosphere. The arid splendour and historic monasteries of the Spiti Valley captivate visitors.

Kullu Valley entices with its breathtaking scenery and action-packed excursions. The untamed landscape of Kinnaur is home to historic settlements and apple orchards.

There are historical temples to see in Chamba, a historic town. Kasauli’s peaceful atmosphere and colonial beauty are well-known. Amid the breathtaking splendor of the Himalayas, every resort in Himachal Pradesh provides distinctive cultural, ecological, and adventure experiences.

Himachal Pradesh’s varied cuisine is greatly influenced by its mountainous landscape.

Dham, a traditional feast of rice, dal, rajma, curries, and desserts like sidu, is one of the most well-liked foods.

Ghee and Dal go well with Sidu, a wheat flour bread. Other favorites include stuffed bread (Babru), patande (pancakes) and aktori (buckwheat pancakes), as well as Chana Madra (chickpeas cooked in a yogurt-based sauce). The cuisine of the area also heavily features apples, with a variety of delectable apple-based dishes and drinks available.

Depending on the locations you choose to see and how quickly you move, a full tour of Himachal Pradesh may take a different amount of time.

A minimum of 10 to 14 days is often recommended to tour important locations like Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, and a few more, in order to fully experience the region.

In comparison, it is safe to travel across Himachal Pradesh. Foreign nationals continue to face low crime rates. To be on the safe side, we advise our female guests in particular not to drive alone after late nights. You can contact the police at 100 and the ambulance at 102 if you need assistance.

It is advisable to schedule your vacation long in advance – at least eight months – especially if you will be traveling during the busiest travel months of October through March. Since Himachal Pradesh’s travel infrastructure is limited compared to demand during the peak travel season, we strongly advise booking your tour in advance.

Himachal Pradesh is a haven for retail lovers. Shopping destinations abound in Himachal Pradesh. We do advise you to purchase from government-approved emporiums, though. 

Everywhere, save government artisan emporiums, government textile stores, pharmacies, bookstores, and Western-style supermarkets, is a good place to haggle: Ask the price, then work out a deal–even if the item has a price inscribed on it. 

Establish your spending limit before purchasing anything. Das ist the last thing you should offer in a negotiation. The store owner will sell you the goods without much resistance, if he is willing to sell at your price. 

All of the typical hotels and eateries have restrooms in the Western manner. Expect them to be less hygienic than what you are accustomed to in your home country. Indian and Western-style restrooms are common on Indian trains. In large cities, you can find public restrooms and restrooms in hotels, restaurants, bus stops, train stations, and some retail establishments.

The door of the restroom usually has an image that shows which sex uses it. There may occasionally be a row of stalls with a Western-style restroom and a Indian-style squat restroom. 

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