Shimla and Manali are the top two holiday destinations in Himachal and by considering their popularity and tourism rate we have come up with Shimla Manali Volvo tour package. This 7 days long journey has been designed in such a customized way that one can explore the surreal and splendid beauty of the natural scenic splendors to their utmost. The picturesque landscapes and the mesmerizing surrounding of Shimla leave its tourists to spellbind and on the other hand, Manali leaves you with thrill-filled experiences with its majestic mountains. So, if you are also seeking to get adventurous as well as scenic splendor experiences then do not wait, go and grab this amazing tour package.
- Visiting some famous ancient temples in Manali including Hadimba Devi Temple,
Dhaku Temple, Manu Temple, etc.
- Exploring Rohtang Pass
- Visiting Kullu and Manikaran
- Visit the scenic splendors including Kufri, White Flower Hall, Mini Zoo, Indira Gandhi National Park, etc.
Shimla Manali Volvo Tour Itinerary
Day 1 :Delhi – Manali
Take the Volvo bus from Delhi to reach Manali at around 5:30 pm in the evening. You will be spending your overnight in the Volvo bus only.
Day 2 :Exploring Manali
You will be arriving Manali early in the morning. On reaching Manali you will be escorted to the pre-booked hotel. Check-in and then take your morning meal and then set out for covering the sightseeing destinations of the day which is mostly religious for today. You will be visiting the famous Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Temple, Manu Temple, Clubhouse, and also some monasteries. Return to the hotel in the evening and then overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3 :Manali (Visiting Rohtang Pass)
The day starts early morning and posts breakfast you will be taken to Marhi, Kothi Gorge, and then proceed towards the famous Rohtang Pass. It is believed to be the only place in Himalaya which contains snow all throughout the year and is also renowned as the heavily visited tourist spot in India. You would be feeling less energetic by now and so return to the hotel. Have your dinner and then overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4 :Visiting Kullu and Manikaran
The 4th day of the trip has been specially designed to explore Kullu and Manikaran for the entire day. After the day sightseeing trip return to the hotel for the scrumptious dinner and then overnight stay.
Day 5 :Manali – Shimla
Post breakfast check-out from the hotel and then drive towards Shimla again by the Volvo bus. Upon your arrival in Shimla in the evening, you will be transferred to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 6 :Exploring Shimla For The Entire Day
Post a hearty breakfast set out of the hotel to explore the beautiful hill city of Shimla and visit some really famous places including Kufri, Chini Bungalow, White Flower Hall, Indira Gandhi Tourist Park, etc. Later in the evening return to the hotel.
Day 7 :Shimla – New Delhi (Bus Stand)
This is the final day of the journey and post Breakfast, pack your bags with a lot of beautiful memories of the trip. You will be catching the Volvo bus from the bus stand to reach Delhi.
- Guided sightseeing tour
- Pick up and drop off service
- Meals as per itinerary
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- Driver allowance, parking charges, fuel price
- Any expense of personal nature
- Extra charges in case of an emergency
- Shopping, laundry, tipping, portage
- Monument entrance fees, camera charges
- Anything not in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1.What Is The Distance Between Shimla And Manali?
A. The distance between Shimla and Manali by road is 248 kms and its takes almost 6 to 7 hoursto reach.
Q2.What Are The Best Things To Do In Manali?
A. You can go for darshan at the hidimba devi temple, hike up to Jogini waterfall, explore vanvihar national park, have a picnic at the river side etc.
Q3.Does Rohtang Pass Have Snow Throughout The Year?
A. Yes. Rohtang pass experiences snow cover throughout the year.
Q4.When Is The Best Time To Visit Manali And Shimla?
A. The summer months of April to June is the best time to explore Shimla and Manali.
Q5.When Was The Manikaran Gurudwara Built?
A. The Manikaran gurudwara was built during the 17th century.