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Manali Honeymoon Package with 2* Hotel Rs. 6,250/-Per Person

Manali Honeymoon Package with 2* Hotel

Duration : 05 nights / 06 days
Destinations : Delhi - Manali - Kullu - Delhi

Destination 2* Standard Hotels Nights
Manali Royal orchard / Pushkar Regency / Similar 03
Package cost for Couple: Rs.12,499.00 Net All Inclusive
Destination 2* Budget Hotels Nights
Manali Peak View / Monal / Similar 03
Package cost for Couple: Rs.13,499.00 Net All Inclusive
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Day 01 : Delhi - Manali (By Volvo Bus)

Board a Volvo bus from Delhi that leads you to Manali.

Day 02 : Manali Sightseeing

Enjoy breakfast in the morning and then head out for Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Temple, club house and Monasteries. Explore the local market in the evening or get back to your hotel. All night long stay at hotel.

Day 03 : Manali - Rohtang Pass / Snow Point - Manali

Have breakfast and then pay a call to Gulaba, Kothi Gorge, Rohtang Pass, Lahaul valley and Marhi. Back to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 04 : Manali - Kullu & Manikaran - Manali

Have a healthy breakfast and then get ready for full day sightseeing of Manikaran. On the way visit Kullu, Kasol Valley, Angora rabbit Farm etc. Back to hotel for overnight stay.

Day 05 : Manali - Delhi (By Volvo Bus)

After breakfast visit local Manali attractions. Check-out from hotel in the evening. Departure.

Tour Inclusions :

- 03 Nights & 04 Days Stay In Respective Room for a Couple
- Welcome Drink (Non Alcoholic)
- Fresh Fruit Basket on Arrival
- Morning Tea
- Breakfast and Dinner
- Candle Light Dinner
- Evening Tea with Cookies
- Flowers Bed Decoration
- Kesar Badam Milk
- 10% Discount on Additional Food, Beverages and Laundry
- Delhi – Manali – Delhi Transfer by AC Luxury Volvo Bus
- Pick Up and Drop From Manali Volvo Bus Stand
- One Half Day Local Manali Sightseeing by Private Car
- One Full Day Snow Point / Rohtangpass Sighseen on Sharing Basis
- One Full Day Kullu-Manikaran Sight Seen On Sharing Basis
- All Applicable Taxes.

Tour Highlights :

Hadimba Temple

Dedicated to Devi Hadimba (wife of Bhima), the temple was erected in the year 1553. The wooden temple is situated in the middle of a forest known as Dhungiri Van Vihar.

The Castle

It is a unique medieval structure built around the 1460 AD under the reign of Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu. Built in the western and Himalayan architectural style, the castle is a must see for travelers in Manali.

Manali Gompa

The Manali Gompa is a famous 1960's monastery that attracts monks & Buddhists from different regions of the state like Kinnaur, Lahaul & Spiti, Tibet, Ladakh and Nepal. Far-famed for its wall paintings, Chortens and statue of Lord Buddha, the The Gompa is highly visited by travelers.


The village of Vashisht is famed for its hot sulphur springs and is also home to the famous temple that was made in honor of sage Vashisht and Lord rama.


Manali is home to three Tibetan monasteries that have been constructed recently in the region.

Manali Wildlife sanctuary

Manali wildlife sanctuary is snuggled in the astounding region of Manali and houses numerous wildlife species of flora and fauna.

Solang Valley

Solang Valley is one of the most famous attractions of the region. One can enjoy a picnic here or bask a visit to its ski slopes. Paragliding is one of the major activities enjoyed here by an array of travelers.


Kothi is an idyllic village that boasts picturesque views of the deep-down gorge. You can also enjoy a visit to the traditional village here and get in touch with the lives of the villagers.

Manu Temple

The temple was erected in honor of sage Manu, who is believed to be the divine creator of the human race. It is said that it was here that the sage dwelt and meditated.

Rohtang Pass

Situated at an elevation of 3980 m, the Rohtang Pass is an awe-inspiring site. It is opened from June to November each year and is a must see for every backpacker who wish to witness the unequalled beauty of the state.


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