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CHANDIGARH

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Day 01-Pickup from Chandigarh Railway Station and Travel to Shimla ~ After Some Rest Start Shimla Local Tour Advance Study, Sankat Mochan Temple, Vaishno Ddevi Cave, Shimla Mall Road, Lakkar Bazar, Ridge and Scandal Point( By Walk) Sightseeing- Overnight Stay at Shimla

SHIMLA

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Day 02-Shimla Kufri Sightseeeing ~ Hassan Valley, Kufri and Fagu,Chinni Banglow Shimla ~ Overnight Stay at Shimla

MANALI

Day 03-Travel From Shimla to Manali- On the way Sundernagar Lake, Hanogi Mata Temple, Wooden Bridge, Kullu Market Sightseeing-Overnight Stay at Manali

VASHITH TEMPLE

Hadimba Temple

Day 04 ~ Manali local ~ Van Vihar, Vashith Temple, Mata Hadimba Devi Temple and Manali Mall Road Sightseeing ~ Overnight Stay at Manali

Tabo​

Day 05-Travel From Nako to Tabo -Overnight Stay at Tabo 

Kaza

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Day 06-Travel From Tabo to Kaza:- further reach Kaza check in hotel and Visit Kaza Local Area -overnight stay at Kaza.

Kibber village

Day 07-At Kaza–visit Ki Monastery and Kibber village:- Morning visit the Ki monastery, Kaza. These centuries – old Gompa is a labyrinth of rooms and corridors – and at one time also acted as a fort. It houses valuable Thanks and offers a panoramic view of the area. Also visit the small Gompa at Kibber, Kibber at 4205 m has the distinction of being the highest permanently inhabited village of the region. Overnight at Kaza.

Manali

Day 08 -Travel From Kaza to Manali -on the way Batal, Kunzun Pass and Rohtang Pass Sightseeing Further Reach Manali - Overnight stay at Manali 

Chandigarh

Day 09-Manali to Chandigarh Early Morning Travel From Manali to Chandigarh Drop 0n the way Kullu Market and Sunder Lake Further Reach Chandigarh and Drop

Tour Overview

Places Covered: Shimla, Kufri, Manali, Solang Valley, Dharamshala, Mcleodganj, Dalhousie, Khajjiar

Chandigarh is not only full of life but also a best-planned city of India. In fact, its the cleanest city of India. There are so many sightseeing options in Chandigarh and the food is simply awesome. Chandigarh is also known for its architectural marvels and amazing quality of life.

Shimla is a heaven on earth. The scenic landscapes and picturesque locations look like a fairy tale. Shimla is also known as the ‘Queen of hills’. The valley views of the city are simply breathtaking and mesmerizing. Immerse in the feeling of love with your partner amidst the beautiful valleys.

Manali is the most popular tourist destination of India. From daring adventures to inspiration, from meditation to sightseeing, Manali is so much fun. A visit to Manali can be refreshing.

Dharamshala is a breathtaking place surrounded with magnetic Himalayan Mountains. The view from the valleys is captivating.
Natural beauty and pristine lakes make Dalhousie an absolute favorite amongst tourists. The place has raw positive vibes that refresh your energy and make you feel amazing.

Rivers born of vast glacial fields are the life soul of the people living on the Indo-Gangetic and Brahmaputra plains. Rivers Beas, Ravi and Chenab, three tributaries rivers of River Indus, originates from Himachal.

River Satluj, like the Indus and Brahmaputra, is one of the few rivers that cuts through the Himalayas. It enters Himachal at Shipki La and passes through a deep gorge in Kinnaur and leaves the state at Bhakra in a westward flow.Ridges of the mountains on the eastern flank of Satluj divide north India into the Indus and Ganga basins. Shimla, the state’s capital city, is located along this ridge line that stretches into Kinnaur. From the east side of Shimla, rainwater and snow melt flows into the Bay of Bengal and from the western side it end up in the Arabian Sea.

Tour overview

  1. Chandigarh is bordered by the state of Punjab to the north, the west and the south, and to the state of Haryana to the east. It is considered to be a part of the Chandigarh capital region or Greater Chandigarh, which includes Chandigarh, and the city of Panchkula (in Haryana) and cities of Kharar, Kurali, Mohali, Zirakpur (in Punjab). It is located 260 km (162 miles) north of New Delhi, 229 km (143 miles) southeast of Amritsar. 
  2. Chandigarh, the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana, was designed by the Swiss-French modernist architect, Le Corbusier. His buildings include the Capitol Complex with its High Court, Secretariat and Legislative Assembly, as well as the giant Open Hand Monument. The nearby Rock Garden is a park featuring sculptures made of stones, recycled ceramics and industrial relics.
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