Start your journey to Shimla, and board your already booked hotel by Tripclues. Feel the warmth of service, offered by the staff there, and give them a chance to serve you. Once you enter your room, choice is all yours, either to discover Shimla, or to shed the tiredness of journey. It is always better to start early the next day so, move ahead accordingly.
Start as early as possible on Day 2 and you shall head to Kufri, approx. 17km from Shimla, noted for Himalayan Zoo, Indira, Tourist Park and Kufri Fun World, it is a place most longed for, by Shimla transients,for adventure filled activities, like skiing, paragliding etc. Make your journey immortal by way of photography.After Lunch, return to Shimla, to praise the Victorian architecture of places like Christ Church, Viceregal Lodge, Gaiety Theatre etc., that narrate the story of British Era in India. Don’t forget to navigate to the Mall Road of Shimla, for shopping, eating or just gazing the Road, lined by various eateries and shops of tourist attraction and other complexes.
At a stretch of 250 plus kilometers, from Shimla, Manali is just an adorable place, hard to describe in words, because of its natural allure. Reach there, and board the hotel that you chose through us, and the remaining day is all yours, to traverse Manali or to spend your day in the hotel room at your leisure.
Beautiful and attractive locations of Manali, are habitual of the unending praise of the transients, 365 days a year. Visit Hidimba Devi Temple and be awe-struck by its architecture. Situated on the banks of Parvati River is Manikaran Gurudwara famous for its hot water springs, Van Vihar National Park, is a park with lush green trees and a vast opportunity for photographers.
Open from June to October, Rohtang Pass is around 51 kms away from Manali. A hotspot for skiing, motor-biking, and other adventurous activities, this place remains snow-covered throughout the year. White pristine snow tempts everyone to be a sport. After an adventure filled day return to Manali for dinner and respite.