On the first day you arrive at Delhi Airport, where you are assisted in your transfer by a representative who guides you to the hotel. Post that, as you check in then later in the day get on with a local tour to New Delhi and Old Delhi. The attractions in Delhi that you can watch out for are Chatta Chowk, Jama Masjid, Lahore Gate, Moti Masjid and Rajghat. As you head for New Delhi, the places to visit are Rastrapati Bhavan, Lakshmi Narayan Temple, Lodi Gardens, India Gate and Jantar Mantar. You can keep your evening for shopping and later return to the hotel for dinner and night stay.
Drive down to Shimla as you finish your breakfast, which is also called the “Queen of Hill Stations”. Check into a hotel as you arrive and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stroll around the local bazaar or simply enjoy the romantic background of the majestic Himalayas. You stay at the hotel overnight.
As you finish your breakfast you go ahead and take a tour to Shimla exploring the eminent tourist spots. The popular ones to touch upon are Mall Road, Jakhoo Hill, Chadwick Falls, Himachal State Museum, Summer Hill and Prospect Hill. In the afternoon you can make your way to Kufri Valley for an exciting excursion. Return to your hotel for dinner and night stay.
After your breakfast you proceed to Manali and visit Kullu Valley on your way. Take a glimpse at the verdant fields and the orchards of apple, cherry and plum. Kullu Valley is often considered as the abode of God and is replete with pictorial locales. The town is also well known for Dusshera Festival. After exploring Kullu move on to Manali and check into a resort as you arrive for an overnight stay.
On this day you proceed to Manali after a your breakfast and explore places like Hidimba Devi Temple, Kothi, Solang Valley, Rahalla Falls, Nehru Kund, Rohtang Pass, Arjuna Gufa, and Bhrighu Lake. Return to the hotel in the evening for your night stay and dinner.
On this day you are taken on a one-day excursion to Manikaran that has the hottest Sulphur Spring in the world. This is a pious spot for Sikhs and Hindus. You may bathe in the healing, mineral-rich waters of the spring and eat the Langar, a charitable buffet organized by the Gurudwara committee. Return to your hotel for your dinner in the evening and overnight stay.
The last day entails a 12 hour journey by road to Delhi, from where you can board the flight back home or your next destination. The journey marks the end of the tour and features halts at strategic tourist hotspots.