Day 01 :- Chandigarh to Shimla
Pick from Chandigarh railway station/airport and drive to Shimla (An Ancient Capital of Britishers) via Pinjore Gardens & Timber Trail 4-5 hours Arrive Shimla and Check in Hotel evening free for mall road and overnight stay.
Day 02 :- Shimla Kufri
Morning after Breakfast start for the full day Sight Seeing of Kufri and Shimla City tour visit Sankat Mochan, Advance Study ( Britishers Achievement), The Mall, The Ridge, City Church etc. Evening free for Leisure and overnight stay.
Day 03 :- Shimla - Manali ( 260KMS - 7 - 8HRS)
Morning after Breakfast Check Out From Hotel and Depart for Manali with Sight seeing of SUNDERNAGAR LAKE, KULLU VALLEY, PANDOH DAM arrival at Manali Check In Hotel and overnight stay.
Day 04 :- Manali Rohtang Pass (on Direct payment basis) or Snow Point
Morning After Breakfast start for the Sight Seeing of Rohtang Pass ( A Hundered years old Snow Glacier), Solang Nallah famous for Adventure Activities ( Rock Climbing, Zummaring, Para-Gliding, rapling etc.) and Overnight Stay.
Day 05 :- Manali Local
Morning after Breakfast start for the Sight Seeing of Old Manali visit Manu Temple, Vashist Temple, Hadimba Devi Temple (A glance of Himachali Articture), Van vihar and Monastery and overnight stay.
Day 06 :- Manali to Chandigarh
After breakfast visit Chandigarh - the first man made city post independence of India. India's youngest city - planned by the famous French architect Le Corbusier. Capital of the States of Punjab and Haryana - but does not belong to either of them. Instead, it is...A Union Territory, It means that the City is under the direct administration of the Government of India and not constituted as a state with its own legislative assembly. A Union Territory in India is something like the District of Columbia in the USA. During your sightseeing of Chandigarh you will visit - Sukhna Lake, rose Garden and the world famous Rock Garden created by Nek Chand from waste material. Night at hotel.
Day 07 :- Chandigarh Drop.
Check out and Drop at Chandigarh railway station to close some "Melodious Memories" of Himachal's Culture, Tradition, Cuisine, Living Standard and many more.