Day 01 : Delhi – Shimla
On arrival at the Delhi airport or railway station, you would be greeted with a warm welcome and escorted to your first destination by road. During the transfer to Shimla you will be accompanied by IMP representatives. Shimla, adorably considered as the “Queen of Hills”, is extremely popular as a stunning hilly terrain of Himachal Pradesh. Once you reach the hotel, you have to check in and settle into your room. You can spend the day as you wish by engaging in interesting activities. At night, enjoy a scrumptious dinner and catch a good sleep.
Day 02 : Shimla – Kufri – Shimla
After a delectable breakfast, you can schedule a trip to the must-visit place, Kufri. Nestled at a height of 2290 above sea level, this spot is blessed with bounties of beauty and mystical serenity and tranquillity. Also, it is dotted with attractive places of tourist interest like Indira Tourist Park, Chini Bunglow, Mahasu Peak and many more to name. While you are back in Shimla, you can consider an exploration of the Vice Regal Lodge. The latter is the then summer resting place of acclaimed British viceroys. This Lodge also exhibits an interesting and intriguing English Renaissance architecture that would leave you spellbound. Thereafter in the evening, you can take a leisurely stroll on the Mall Road, the most famous place in Shimla. Enjoy a delectable dinner and retire for a comfortable sleep.
Day 03 : Shimla – Manali
Post a delicious breakfast, you can set out for the most thrilling excursion to Manali on the third day. Perched at a height of 2050m above sea level, this magnificent hilly town stays crowded by scores of tourists each year. On arrival, you can check in the plus hotel to grab some rest. Recline to relax till evening. In the evening, you can take a leisurely walk and explore the main market road here. You would be thrilled to enjoy the vibrant tourist activity, experience the pleasant and cool breeze and savour the local renditions. Come back to your hotel, relish over delicious dinner and side into a silent and relaxed sleep.
Day 04 : Manali sightseeing
On the fourth day of your trip, you can gear up to explore the prime tourist attractions of Manali. When you have savoured on your breakfast set out to visit an ancient temple known as Hadimba Devi Temple built almost 450 years ago in the memory of Hadimba Devi who is spouse of Bhim, a Pandava brother. Also, check out an interesting small village housing ancient Shikara-styled temples known as Jagatsukh. Do not forget to catch a glimpse of the popular hot water springs of sulphur known as Vashist Kund. After some rest, you can again set out to explore the handicraft centre and famous Tibetan Monastery. Later, meander up to the ancient Vashist village. Come to the hotel to delight in tasty dinner and grab some sleep.
Day 5 : Manali – Rohtang Pass – Manali
Schedule your fifith day for the exciting Rohtang Pass expedition once after having your breakfast. You would enjoy the attractive sights and take back the experience at Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley. The latter, almost 14 km away from Manali, comes on the route to Rohtang Pass. This place is gifted with amazing scenic vistas and offers breathtaking adventure activities like Para-gliding and zorbing. Next, visit Rohtang Pass that is swathed with snow throughout the year. Soared at an altitude of 3978m, Rohtang Pass is open for the tourists from June to October. You can enjoy playing with the white snowflakes here. No wonder, this day would be packed with fun and frolic activities along with mesmerising sights. Come back to your hotel to relax over a delicious platter and take rest overnight.
Day 6 : Manali – Delhi
Complete your trip with the journey back to Delhi after enjoying an early morning healthy breakfast. Complete all checkout procedures and start your drive back to Delhi. You will be accompanied and transferred the airport or railway station for your onward journey. With this your tour of Shimla and Manali reaches its end point, but the best thing is that you will return home with a bagful of memories and heartful of treasures.