Shimla is one of India’s most popular hill stations. It is the preferred choice for families during summer as it provides some respite from the crazy summer heat of the plains. This is why Shimla was the summer capital during the British Raj in India. Today, its colonial mansions, breathtaking views and wonderful weather makes Shimla one of India’s best holiday spots. So, as the summer heat begins to creep in, take a vacation with one of these exciting Shiimla tour packages offered by Yatra. ALSO SEE 14 most stunning pictures of Shimla that will make you fall in love with the hill station! Also Read - Himachal Pradesh: 187 People Rescued After Being Stranded in Heavy Snow Near Kufri
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Duration: 2 nights, 3 days Also Read - Heavy Snowfall in Himachal Pradesh: Tourists Advised Not to Visit Shimla, Manali
Cost per person: Rs 10,000 Also Read - Shimla Sees Season's Heaviest Snowfall
This package includes local sight-seeing which will take you to attractions like Tara Devi Temple and Jakhoo Temple, Viceregal Lodge, Scandal Point, Ridge, Lakkar Bazaar, Christ Church and The Mall. You will also be visiting the amazing hill station of Kufri which is emerging as a favorite among nature lovers.
Exotic Shimla and Manali tour
Solang Valley near Manali
Duration: 4 nights, 5 days
Cost per person: Rs 9,999
This is one of the best Himachal Pradesh tour packages out there. You will be exploring the picturesque lands of Kufri and Naldehra. Sight-seeing at Shimla includes a visit to spots like Mall Road and The Ridge. You will check out the hugely popular snow at Rohtang Pass in Manali and also try out some thrilling activities in the Solang Valley. DO SEE Kalka Shimla toy train: Timings, Fare, and Train names
Duration: 3 nights, 4 days
Cost: Rs 11,499 per person
With a comfortable stay at the Toshali Royal View hotel, this package offers an exclusive Shimla tour. You can use you days to explore Shimla’s popular attractions like the Viceregal Lodge and Jakhoo temple. You can go shopping at Mall Road and also take an excursion to the nearby Kufri.
Breathtaking Shimla and Manali
Duration: 5 nights
Cost per person: Rs 13,500
This customizable Shimla-Manali tour takes you to some of the most popular attractions of the two beautiful hill stations. You will explore the Timber trail and Pinjore garden in SHimla followed by tourist spots like Mall Road, Scandal Point and the wonderful hill station of Kufri. The Manali leg of the trip will include a visit to the Kullu Vaishno Devi temple, Pandoh dam and the Kullu Shawl factory. You will then check out the famous Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley and Beas Kund. A visit to the Hadimba Devi temple and Manali sanctuary will seal the deal.
All of Himachal in 11 days
Duration: 11 days
Cost: Rs 31,000 per person
If you want a little more than Shimla, how about the whole of the state of Himachal Pradesh? This is the mother of all Himachal packages as it allows you to explore the best parts of the state in one trip. You will start your trip with attractions in Shimla like the Mall Road, Jakhoo Temple, Kali Bari Temple and Himachal Museum and Library followed by an excursion to the lovely Kufri. You will explore Manali’s old temples and hot springs that have intriguing legends attached to them. A visit to the Rohtang Pass will be a memorable experience. You will then visit the tranquil picnic spots of Dalhousie which provide spectacular mountain views. This will be followed by a visit to the calm and serene Dharamsala where you can just sit and relax, admiring the picturesque surroundings. Each of these places in Himachal Pradesh is unique yet equally beautiful.
All these pacakages can be booked on the Yatra website. NOW SEE 5 interesting facts about Shimlas Viceregal Lodge we bet you didnt know!
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