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Shimla Manali honeymoon package

Both Shimla and Manali are the most preferred honeymoon destinations of Himachal Pradesh. People around the world visit these destinations every year. Planning honeymoon in Shimla and Manali is the first choice of every newlywed couple. Shimla Manali honeymoon package is customized in such a manner which covers all places to visit in Shimla and Manali.   

Once the summer Capital of British India, Shimla is now the capital of Indian State of Himachal Pradesh. Nature’s beauty of Shimla attracts couples of all around the world to this beautiful hill station.

Manali is a small town situated in Northern Himachal Pradesh state of India. This small place has plenty of activities to do and various places to visit which makes it the most preferred and economical honeymoon destination in India. Manali is an adventure hub for fun lovers and backpackers.

Shimla and Manali are crowned as one of the best places in the Himalayas for a honeymoon. The stunning landscapes romantic tourist attractions make your honeymoon memorable.

Main features of Shimla Manali honeymoon package:
  • Welcome drinks on arrival (non-alcoholic)
  • 2 nights stay in Shimla
  • 3 nights stay in Manali
  • 05-bed tea, 05 breakfasts and 5 dinners
  • The vehicle used a swift dezire or similar for sightseeing
  • Honeymoon Inclusion (once during the stay in Manali)
Flower bed decoration.
Candle light dinner.
Honeymoon cake.
Apple fruit wine bottle.

Detailed itinerary of Shimla Manali honeymoon package:

Day 1: Delhi to Shimla
Distance between Delhi to Shimla is around 340 km and taxi takes around 7 hours 30 minutes to cover the distance. Evening time check-in at hotel, dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

Day 2: Shimla sightseeing
After breakfast sightseeing begins which covers all important places of interest in Shimla.

The Mall: One cannot miss The Mall in Shimla. It is not only a shopping center but also a well maintained level strip of about 500 meters where people spend their leisure hours walking to and fro, which is a meeting ground and also a catwalk displaying the latest in fashion. The coffee house, the restaurants, and ancient building on the Ridge are the popular joints where people meet, sit and discuss. It also houses the Gaiety Theatre that had its first dramatic performance on 30th May 1887and still is the main platform for all performing arts. The Ridge is the happy ground here which stands witness to ‘Karva Chauth’ and ‘New Year Eve’ the spontaneous celebrations- the former for grace and beauty, the later for mirth and merriment.

Indian Institute of Advanced Study: This magnificent building built in the Elizabethan style of English Renaissance was completed in 1888. It used to be the adobe of Viceroys and Presidents of India till Dr. S. Radhakrishnan in 1965 handed it over to establish the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies for conduction higher research. The open lawn in the south and north of the buildings with blooming seasonal flowers add to the regality of the building. The place is open to the public on a small entry fee.
Shimla Manali honeymoon package

Himachal Pradesh State Museum: The heritage of Himachal Pradesh is stored in a beautiful building called ‘Inverarm’ built-in hill architectural style on top of the hillock next to one which has the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies. Originals of hill miniature paintings, the style that developed in the 17th century in these hills is on display here. The stone and metal sculptures of the State, Chamba rumaal (handkerchief) with embroidery work, know as painting with a needle, exquisite woodwork and masks, the doll corner, jewelry, weapons and contemporary art is other attractions of the Museum.

Jakhoo Hill: The top of the hill is 2km away from the Ridge. Pranks of monkeys and panorama of Shimla town are added attractions besides the old temple of Lord Hanuman recently renovated. This place is also known for the Dussehra Day celebration.

After covering the all above tourist points in Shimla, dinner and overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 3: Shimla to Manali
After breakfast checkout from hotel and journey for Manali start. Distance between Shimla to Manali is around 250 km and it takes around 8 to 9 hours to complete the journey in normal traffic.

Day 4: Manali to Solang Valley
After breakfast third day of Manali honeymoon package covers the Gulaba and Solang Valley. Gulaba is the main attraction of Manali during the winter season when Rohtang Pass is closed due to snowfall and Solang valley is the Adventure Hub of Manali. In Solang Valley, one can enjoy some thrilling adventure activities like paragliding, mountain bike, and ropeway and zip line. Skiing and snow scooter are available in winters only as these are snow-related activities.

On returning from Solang Valley you can also see Nehru Kund. Nehru Kund is a natural spring of cold water named after Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, who used to drink water from this spring during his stay in Manali. The origin of this spring is Bhrigu Lake which is situated high up in the mountains.

Note: Rohtang Pass is covered on EXTRA COST as limited vehicles with a permit is allowed to Rohtang Pass.

Day 5: Manali local sightseeing (3 – 4 hours)
Manali local sightseeing covers all-important surrounding tourist points of Manali. This is 3 to 4 hours sightseeing which covers all places of interest in Manali. These places are as below:

Hadimba Temple: Hadimba Temple is only 1.5 km away from Mall Road Manali. This temple was built in 1553 in honour of Goddess Hadimba, the wife of Pandav Bhima. It is four-tiered pagoda style structure admits the greenery and tall trees of Manali.

Club House: Club House is around 1.5 km away from Mall Road. Club House is famous for its indoor activities like badminton, roller skating rink, an auditorium, billiards rooms, a library, a bar, and a restaurant. Club House is run by HPTDC and there is a nominal entry fee for Club House and all activities are on a chargeable basis.

 Vashisht Hot Springs and Temples: Vashisht village is around 3 km from Mall Road Manali and famous for its hot springs. Here temples of Lord Rama, Lord Shiva, and Sage Vashisht exist.

Tibetan Monastery: The Gadhan Thekchokling Gompa was built in 1960. These monasteries are very near to Mall Road Manali. The monasteries show the Buddhist culture which exists in the valley.

Mall Road: Mall Road is the center point of Manali. It is full of shopping complexes. You can find all of your interest items here.

Nature Park Manali: Nature Park Manali is also commonly known as Van Vihar Manali. These parks are full of tall pine trees. There are three parks near Manali, first, one starts from private Volvo bus stand and ends near Mall Road Manali. This park does not contain much for entertainment, but still, there are few seesaws and little pond for paddle boating. It is the best option to spend a peaceful evening. Second Park is behind the Hadimba Devi Temple. After taking the blessing from Hadimba Devi one can visit this park.

Day 6: Manali to Delhi
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and journey towards Delhi. Distance between Manali to Delhi is around 540 km and in normal traffic conditions, it takes around 14 hours to complete the journey. And Shimla Manali Honeymoon package ends with sweet memories of the mountains.

Exclude in Shimla Manali honeymoon package:
Meals other than mentioned above.
Rohtang Pass taxi charges and permit fees.
Any personal expenses like laundry, shopping, tip, etc.
Any adventure activities during the stay.
Monument, entrance fee and camera fee.
Air and Train fare.
Insurance and medical facilities.
Guide and porter charges.
Heater charges additional and to be paid directly at the hotel (if required). 

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