Shimla Tour Packages

1 Nights & 2 Days 1 Night Shimla Including Sight Seeing

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2 Nights & 3 Days 2 Nights Shimla Including Sight Seeing


3 Nights & 4 Days 3 Nights ShimlaIncluding Sight Seeing

Shimla – The Queen Of Hills


Sitting majestically above the searing plains, the hilly city Shimla , also named as the “Land of Gods” and “Queen of Hills”, is capped with dense evergreen forests and stands atop at 2206 meters above the sea level naturally surrounded by pine, Oak, Deodar, and milky snow on the peaks to attract visitors across the country and even from overseas. The city has one of the largest surviving ‘urban forests’ in the world and its Mall is one of the longest purely pedestrian open-air shopping stretches in the world. Above all, it is crowned as the capital city of the state of Himachal Pradesh.

The Mall and the Ridge Road in Shimla: The Mall is the main street in Shimla city and shopping centre shelved with gorgeous restaurants, clubs, banks, tourist offices, Post offices and police headquarters. Tourists love to walk slowly across the Mall, enjoy the shops and do shopping also. In the heart of town, visitors can enjoy the Ridge –an open space capturing excellent views of the mountain ranges. On the east side, visitors get the Lakkar Bazar which is very popular for its wood crafts and Souvenirs shops. Other see worthy places are The Christ Church, Kali Bari Temple, Sankat Mochan, Jakhu Hanuman Temple, Institute of Advanced Studies. It has been attributed with the rarest of the rare heritage buildings and monuments of the bygone area.
Daranghati Sanctuary: It stands about 150 km away from Shimla. It has an undisturbed forest area with various kinds of wildlife spices and an ideal place for the trek lovers. Visitor can drive about 23 km from Shimla.
Wild Flower Hall: It’s a beautiful heritage building which was the residence of Lord Kitchener and also a resort spreading over 22 acres and about 8250 feet above sea level.
Chadwick Waterfalls: This is about 7 kilometers away from Shimla and it cascades down in to a deep gorge, from a height of 67 meters.
Tattapani: At 656 m, it has got hot sulphur springs that is believed to have medicinal value.
Jakhoo Hill: At 2455meter high, it is the town’s highest peak and a sizzling point for Shimla’s famous views. The hill offers enjoyable walking experience through its walkable paths and narrow roads.
St. Michael’s Cathedral: It is with cruciform design and a dressed-stone church with fine stained glass located off the Mall below the District Courts.
Himachal State Museum: A huge collection of Himachal’s rich heritage has been arrayed in this Museum together with archaeological artifacts, paintings, carvings, and sculptures.
Mashobra : At 2149m, it is surrounded by thick forests and trekkers take their staring track leads down to Sipur.
Kufri : At 2510 m, it starts its famous ski slopes that also have enjoyable walks leading up to Mahasu Peak. It facilitates visitors with a Nature Park and Mini Zoo truly worth visiting. Especially for joy rider, hill ponies and Yaks are available on rent.
Prospect Hill and Kamna Devi: It is at 6 km away and crowned by Kamna Devi temple. It also offers spectacular wide views of the city and its environs.
Narkanda : At 2708 m on Hindustan Tibet road offers a spectacular view of higher snow ranges together with an uphill trek about 8 km through deodar woods. During winter, skiing is, under the sponsorship of HPTDC, conducted here. Within the vicinity, Himachal’s Apple heartland is also an added nature gift.