Duration : 03 nights / 04 days
Destinations : Delhi - Shimla - Delhi
Board a Volvo bus from Delhi. Overnight journey on aboard.
Arrive at Shimla. Check-in at hotel. Visit like Indian Institute of Advance Study, library buildings, Jakhoo Temple, Mall, Ridge, Catholic Church etc. Dinner & overnight at hotel.
Have a healthy breakfast in the morning. Visit Kufri and explore its attractions like Indira Tourist Park, Fagu, Mahasu Peak, Himalayan National park and many more. Get back to hotel for nightlong stay.
Breakfast. Check-out. Departure.
- 02 Nights & 03 Days Stay In Respective Room for a Couple
- Welcome Drink (Non Alcoholic)
- Morning Tea
- Breakfast and Dinner
- candle light dinner
- 10% Discount on Additional Food, Beverages and Laundry
- Child below 5 Yrs Complimentary Sharing With Parents
- Delhi – Shimla – Delhi Transfer by AC Luxury Volvo Bus
- One Full Day Sightseen Of Shimla and Kufri on Private
- Pick Up and Drop From Volvo Bus Stand
- All Applicable Taxes.
The Mall Road is the hub of Shimla that is highly visited by numerous tour enthusiasts. One can find numerous restaurants, Post Offices, clubs & bars at the Mall Road, Shimla.
Being the second oldest church in northern India, Christ Church is highly revered and is famous for its stained glass windows.
Jakhu Hill offers an astounding view of the region. The hill also houses a famous temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman.
Opened in the year 1974, the Shimla State Museum showcases various Pahari paintings, wood-carvings, sculptures, costumes, textiles and jewellery of the state.
Erected in between the year 1884-88, the Indian Institute of Advanced Study was originally built as the residence of the viceroy of the then times.
Summer Hill is located at a height of 6,500 ft on the famous Shimla-Kalka railway line. It was here that the “Father of the Nation”, Mahatma Gandhi lived in during his Shimla visits.
Situated at an elevation of 6,117 ft, Annandale is a beautiful ground that comes under the Indian Army.
Tara Devi hill is home to the Tara Devi temple made in honor of Goddess “Tara” that literally means goddess of Stars.
Designed by Henry Irwin, a famous English architect the gaiety theatre is a magnificent piece of gothic style of architecture. The theatre rooms are acoustic with special seats designed for Viceroy, Indian Rajas and Army officers of those times.