Himachal Tour Package From Mumbai

From  80,000/- + Airfare

Himachal Tour Package From Mumbai

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 Tour Package From Mumbai
Day-wise Itinerary

Day 1 Shimla: Arrival and sightseeing in Shimla

Start your Himachal Tour Package ,the Queen of Hills. The agent's representative will meet you in Delhi, and you will be assisted in your transfer to Shimla, the Queen of Hills and the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. You will check into your hotel in Shimla when you arrive and unwind for a while. You'll afterwards set off to see some of Shimla's main tourist destinations, including Jakhoo Temple, The Ridge, and others. After that, stroll down Mall Road to explore the shops and historical British architecture. Go back to your hotel room and spend the night there. 343 kilometres separate Delhi and Shimla. 7 hours to get there

Day 2 Shimla: A visit to Mashobra and Kufri

Visit the tranquil refuges Mashobra and Kufri to relax in the midst of nature. Mashobra and Kufri, both of which are near to Shimla, will be explored on the second day of your Himachal trip package. You will be driven to these breathtaking locations with magnificent beauty after breakfast. Take a look at the snow-capped mountains surrounded by verdant hills, or just get lost in Kufri's forest trails. You can engage in a variety of leisure pursuits, including rock climbing and horseback riding. You'll return to the hotel after spending a fun-filled day at these two destinations. Enjoy your meal and the rest of your stay at the hotel.

Day 3 Manali: Off to Manali via Kullu

Shimla to Manali: 250 km Travel time: 7 hours

Day 4 Manali: Local sightseeing

Your door is open by yet another great day of your family's journey to Himachal! Wake up to a gorgeous day and embark on the sightseeing tour of Manali, post breakfast. Start on the Mall Road and go to the Van Vihar, Hadimba, and Vashisht temples. Return to your hotel later for a delectable dinner and comfortable stay. Advice: A popular leisure activity in Manali is riding a yak. Enjoy yourselves and take lots of photos to remember this enjoyable day.

Day 5 Manali: Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley and Gulaba Valley

According to this Himachal travel schedule, get to spend some time in Rohtang Pass, which is situated at a height of 3978 metres. Prepare for a drive to Rohtang Pass after breakfast. This tourist destination is situated at a height of 3978 metres and is surrounded by snow. Enjoy your time in this snow paradise by taking photos and engaging in winter sports like skiing. Visit Gulaba Valley and Solang Valley if you have the time. As dusk falls, return to your hotel and spend the night in your room. Optional: Take a visit of Solang Valley if Rohtang Pass is impassable.

Day 6 Dharamshala: Arrival and sightseeing

On the sixth day of your Himachal vacation, Dharamshala is waiting for you. This 8 nights, 9 days Himachal vacation itinerary will take you to Dharamshala after breakfast and hotel check-out. Enjoy the picturesque drive to this tranquil small monk hill station. Upon arrival, you will check in at your new hotel. You can unwind for a few of hours before leaving for Dharamshala sightseeing. You will see Mcleodganj, Bhagsu Nag, the Kangra Art Gallery, many Tibetan monasteries, and many other tourist attractions during this escorted tour. You will be served a delectable meal in your hotel after the tour excursion. Enjoy the calm atmosphere by spending the night at the hotel. 235 kilometres separate Manali from Dharamshala.

Day 7 Dalhousie: Arrival and sightseeing

Bid Dharamshala farewell because you'll be travelling to Dalhousie today. Following a delectable breakfast, you will check out of the hotel. Deodar and pine groves line both sides of the road as you travel towards Dalhousie. You can relax after arriving and finishing the check-in procedures. You can get ready to explore Khajjiar, The Mini Switzerland of India, after reviving your energies. You can participate in a variety of sports, including kayaking and zorbing. The day's top attractions include Khajji Nag Temple and Khajjiar Lake. You may take a tonne of photos with the Dhauladhar Range serving as an alluring backdrop while touring India's version of Switzerland. Return to your accommodation for the night as the seventh day of your 8 nights and 9 days in Himachal for a family package comes to a conclusion. Dalhousie and Dharamshala are separated by 117 kilometres. 3 hours 30 minutes for the trip

Day 8 Dalhousie: Excursion to Panchpula and Satdhara Falls visit

Get ready for a day trip to Panchpula and stop at Satdhara along the way. You'll travel to Panchpula for a day trip after breakfast. Panchpula, which translates to "five bridges," is well known for its pleasant climate and sparkling water streams. Panchpula is a visual treat because to the beautiful combination of nature's many treasures. You will stop at Satdhara Falls along the trip to take in nature at its finest. Take advantage of the great night dinner once you get back to the hotel before calling it a day. Advice: You have the option of visiting Satdhara Falls on your way to or from Panchpula. We advise stopping at the falls on the way back because sunsets there are amazing.

Day 9 Dalhousie: Back to Delhi

Today marks the conclusion of your Himachal Tour Package , but you will always have fond memories. Following breakfast, you will check out of your hotel. The representative will help you with your transfer back to Delhi from that point on. Your cherished family trip to Himachal will come to an end along with the picturesque road trip. 560 kilometres separate Dalhousie and Delhi. 9 hours to get there

Himachal Tour Package From Mumbai
Inclusions & Exclusions 

Whats Included
Meals Included as per option selection
Stay Included
Speedboat Transfers
Honeymoon Freebies
Whats Excluded
  • Airfare
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions
  • Applicable peak season surcharges
  • Christmas, New Year surcharges
  • GST &TCS
  • Travel insurance
Himachal Tour Package From Mumbai
In Himachal Pradesh, when does it snow?

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.

Himachal Pradesh is served by which airport?

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.

What are some interesting spots to visit in Himachal Pradesh?

Shimla, Dalhousie, Dharamshala, McLeodgunj, Khajjiar, Spiti Valley, Tosh, Malana, Grahan, Parvati Valley, and numerous other places. 

How long should I spend in Himachal Pradesh?

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.

Tour Dates

1, 8, 5, 15, 22

5, 12, 19, 26

5, 12, 19, 26

2, 9, 16, 23, 30

7, 14, 21, 28

4, 11, 18, 25

2, 9, 16, 23, 30

6, 13, 20, 27 

3, 10, 17, 24

1, 8, 15, 22, 298

6, 13, 20, 27

4, 11, 18, 25

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.

Kunal Shah


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.

Rahul Sinha


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