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Day 01: Delhi - Chandigarh (250km/6hr)
Arrive at Delhi Railway station or Airport and then drive to Chandigarh. Our representatives will assist you to reach hotel, take rest there and then you can visit the Rock garden and other sightseeing places.

Day 02: Chandigarh - Dalhousie (318 km/8hr)
Have breakfast and then drive to Dalhousie, check in to the Hotel on arrival. Dalhousie is a very famous tourist spot that was established by British Governor General Lord Dalhousie in the year 1854. Dalhousie is wrapped in the stately groves of deodar and oak and is surrounded by five hills. There are various famous tourist spots around the Dalhousie, which has a touch of the ancient era with the colonial style building and houses.

Day 03: Dalhousie - Chamba - Khajjiar - Dalhousie (52 km each side)
Have breakfast and then proceed to Chamba visiting Khajjair on the way that is located at the center of the sloping meadows. Khajjiar was most likely a glacial bowl that was formed during the last Himalayan ice age and also left with a lake that steadily withered away with time.

Day 04: Dalhousie - Dharamshala (150km/5 hrs)
After having the breakfast, drive to Dharamshala that is perfect holiday destination for the tourist of every age. Full of life but peaceful, this marvelous tourist destination covers a wide area in the form of twin settlement. The Lower Dharamshala that is at the height of 1380m is a busy commercial centre and the Upper Dharamshala that is at 1830 m retains a British flavor and colonial lifestyle with the suburbs of Mcleodganj and Forsytheganj.

Day 05: Dharamshala (Mcleodganj)
After breakfast you can leave for local sightseeing of Mcleodganj that is a famous little town of Dharamshala. It is also known as "Little Tibet" as The Dalai Lama resides here. You can visit the Mcleodganj bazaar that is filled with variety of Tibetan handicrafts and artifacts and at the end of the spur is the Namgyal Monastery. You will also visit the Padamsambhava the church of St. John. You can also see various ancient temples like Jwalamukhi, Chamunda and Brijeshwari on the plains below Dharamshala.

Day 06: Dharamshal - Manali (235 km/6 hrs)
Have breakfast at hotel and then leave for Manali, a very beautiful and blissful tourist destination. Arrive Manali in the evening and then transfer to hotel for dinner and night stay.

Day 07: Manali - Rohtang Pass - Manali
Today you can enjoy visiting the Rohtang Pass, where you can see the majesty of the mountains and the glaciers and feel like being in the snowy haven. You can take a sledge ride down the slopes and try your luck climbing the little snow hills that are favorite activities of the tourists. Then you can visit the Rahalla falls and Solang Valley on your way back to Manali. You can also enjoy the magnificent views and natural beauty of Marhi, and Nehru Kund.

Day 08: Manali
Have breakfast and then proceed for Manali sightseeing. You can see the Hadimba Devi Temple, Vashist Bath, Roerich art Gallery and Tibetan Monastery. Later you can see the Naggar Castle and local Bazaar Ping.

Day 09: Manali - Shimla (280 km/ 8 hr)
After breakfast drive to Shimla that is a marvelous tourist destination surrounded by the green pastures and snow-capped mountains. Arrive at Shimla and check in at the hotel, take rest and enjoy your own activities.

Day 10: Shimla
Have breakfast and then depart for the winter sports capital, Kufri where you can photograph yourself in hired Pahari or Himachali outfits and enjoy horse riding or yak riding (on own). Then proceed to Naldhera to watch the famous golf course and scenic beauty. Later in the evening you can have some quality time at the famous Mall Road of Shimla.

Day 11: Shimla - Delhi (370 km/8 hr)
Leave for Delhi after the breakfast for your flight to hometown. Your tour ends here and you can leave now with the sweet memories that you can cherish for lifetime.

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