Himachal Honeymoon Tour Package From Mumbai DETAIL ABOUT THE PACKAGE
Trip Location: Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Dalhousie
Destinations Covered: 2N Shimla, 3N Manali, 1N Dharamshala, 2N Dalhousie
Start Point: Delhi Volvo point
End Point: Delhi Volvo point
Accommodation: Hotel, Resort
Things to do: Sightseeing, snow activities, paragliding, mountain biking, hiking
- Excursion to Kufri and Mashobra from Shimla
- Scenic drive through Kullu Valley and sightseeing in Manali
- Adventures in Solang Valley and Gulaba Valley
- Drive to Dharamshala and Dalhousie
Himachal Honeymoon Tour Package From Mumbai
Day 1 Shimla: Arrival and sightseeing in Shimla
Day 2 Shimla: A visit to Mashobra and Kufri
Day 3 Manali: Off to Manali via Kullu
Day 4 Manali: Local sightseeing
Day 5 Manali: Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley and Gulaba Valley
Day 6 Dharamshala: Arrival and sightseeing
Day 7 Dalhousie: Arrival and sightseeing
Day 8 Dalhousie: Excursion to Panchpula and Satdhara Falls visit
Day 9 Dalhousie: Back to Delhi
Himachal Honeymoon Tour Package From MumbaiInclusions & Exclusions
- Personal expenses
- Anything not mentioned in inclusions
- Applicable peak season surcharges
- Christmas, New Year surcharges
- GST &TCS
- Travel insurance
Himachal Honeymoon Tour Package From MumbaiFaq
The Himachal Pradesh winter season runs from November to March, with December and January being the coldest and snowiest months. If you’re fortunate, you might have the opportunity to see snow in March.
Three airports serve Himachal Pradesh: Jubbarbhatti Airport in Shimla; Bhuntar Airport in the Kullu-Manali district; and Kangra Airport or Gaggal Airport in Gaggal, in the Kangra district.
Shimla, Dalhousie, Dharamshala, McLeodgunj, Khajjiar, Spiti Valley, Tosh, Malana, Grahan, Parvati Valley, and numerous other places.
Himachal should be travelled and explored for at least 8 to 10 days. It’s a sizable state with many of little towns, villages, remote areas, and bustling cities, as well as opportunities for tourism and adventure. Depending on your budget and how much time you want to spend at each location, a complete tour of Himachal could take you anywhere from 30 days to six months. The most well-known tourist destinations in the state are Dalhousie, Dharamshala, Manali, and Shimla.
Customers Reviews & Testimonials
Himachal Pradesh is one of India's most beautiful, serene, and magical states. This state is unquestionably an ethereal fairyland, blessed with wonderful landscapes, majestic mountains gushing with streams, and beautiful white snow. It actually signifies a place or a home where there is snow because the Sanskrit terms "Him" and "Achal," which both mean "home or land," are derived from each other. Since the Indus Valley Civilization, the region of Himachal Pradesh has welcomed many people to choose its properties. Its landscape varies from chilly, snow-covered Alpine mountains to lush, green sub-jungle lowlands. Due to the abundance of stunning slope stations in Himachal, the tourism sector is booming here. You can admire the lovely pilgrim-style engineering that creates the Shimla scene.
Himachal Pradesh is a mountainous, green city. I've visited here a lot and am always moved by its beauty. Latest Last month, I visited there during the summer. remained for five days. Himachal Pradesh is renowned for its abundance of vegetation. The lush surroundings and mountainous terrain suggest a place in heaven. the convenient lodging options and wonderful exposure we receive while visiting a location like this. You must visit there because I had a positive experience there and would give it five stars anywhere.
Himanchal Pradesh is a land-based utopia. You feel nostalgic as you look at the icy mountains. I recently went to Manali, and it was an absolutely incredible experience. You are firmly bound by the straightforward people and customs. Additionally, it is among India's top tourism destinations. There are several hotels offering both lodging and reasonable costs. Himanchal is unique due to its temperate climate and brisk winds. When it comes to the security of the tourists, the locals also go a long way. The locals assist you with all of your basic needs.