How to plan for Himalayan Treasures Tour

Escape to Paradise!! Pay Rs. 14054 per person for 6N/7D Vacation in Himalayan Treasures worth Rs. 16999
Embark upon a journey to two of the most famous hill stations in the Himalayas Shimla and Manali. Marvel at the old-world-charm of the erstwhile summer capital of the British as you stroll along the Mall and soak in the picturesque beauty of Manali and its surrounding snow-clad mountain ranges.
6 nights accommodation in well appointed rooms.
Daily breakfast and dinner at all hotels.
Transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary using an air-conditioned car. AC will work only in the plains and not in the hills.
Presently applicable drivers allowance, parking charges and toll for the vehicle.
All presently applicable taxes except the Government Service Tax.
Day Wise Itinerary
Day 1: Drive Delhi to Shimla
You will be met on arrival at the New Delhi airport or railway station and driven to the Queen of Hill Stations, Shimla (approximately 9 hours). On arrival check into your hotel
Meals: Dinner
Night Stay Hotel: Hotel De Park or similar

Day 2: In Shimla
After breakfast this morning, proceed on a sightseeing tour to explore the environs of this once British Summer Capital. Morning visit Kufri situated at an altitude of 2500 meters and later in the afternoon see the Vice Regal Lodge and stroll down the Mall Road
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Night Stay Hotel: Hotel De Park or similar

Day 3: Drive Shimla to Manali
After an early breakfast today, you will be driven to Manali (approximately 8 hours). Enjoy the scenic drive as the road meanders through pine forests, quaint towns and villages past the Beas-Sutlej link project and into Manali. Check into your hotel on arrival
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Night Stay Hotel: Royal Park or similar

Day 4: In Manali
This morning, after a leisurely breakfast set out to explore the Apple Country. Make your way through the bazaar to the sacred Hadimba Temple the four-tiered wooden temple with its pagoda styled roof, built in 1553. Visit the Tibetan Monastery and handicraft center and continue to the Vashishta Kund known for its hot sulphur springs, which are now piped into Turkish-style baths for the convenience of visitors who come here to benefit from its medicinal properties
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Night Stay Hotel: Royal Park or similar

Day 5: In Manali
After breakfast today enjoy an excursion to Rohtang Pass (weather permitting) or till Snow Point en route visiting Solang Valley. Situated at a height of 3980 meters, the drive up to Rohtang offers picturesque views of the meandering road and the valleys and is in itself is an adventure
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Night Stay Hotel: Royal Park or similar

Day 6: Drive Manali to Chandigarh
Today after breakfast, you will be driven to Chandigarh (approximately 8 hours). On arrival, check into your hotel
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Night Stay Hotel: Hotel Diamond Plaza or similar

Day 7: Drive Chandigarh to Delhi
After a leisurely breakfast, you will be driven back to Delhi (approximately 5 hours) and dropped at the airport or railway station for your onward journey.
Meals: Breakfast
The fine print
Voucher expires 19th December 2011.
Voucher is valid for 6night and 7days stay.
One voucher valid for ONE persons on twin sharing basis.
Multiple vouchers can be bought for an extended stay.
Prior booking mandatory, at least 5 days in advance.
Within 24 hours of buying the voucher, call our support center 080-39414141 (09:00am – 08:00pm) to book.
All booking confirmations are subject to availability. In case of unavailability of accommodation, a suitable alternative will be provided or a full refund will be issued.
Once confirmed, the booking cannot be cancelled or modified.
Redeem the voucher in a single visit.
Voucher cannot be combined with other existing offers.
Taxes included.

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