Exploring Shimla, Kullu, and Manali from Delhi with a tempo traveller hire is a popular and convenient option for tourists. Shimla, Kullu, and Manali offer visitors a unique and diverse range of attractions, from colonial-era architecture to natural beauty and adventure sports. Whether you are seeking relaxation, adventure, or cultural experiences, these destinations have something for everyone.
Known as the “Queen of the Hills,” Shimla is a colonial-era hill station with a rich history and architecture. The town is famous for its Victorian-era buildings, including the Gaiety Theatre and the Christ Church, which are must-visit attractions for tourists.
Shimla is also famous for its scenic nature trails, such as the Glen Forest Trail and the Shimla Heritage Walk, which offer visitors the chance to explore the town’s natural beauty.
Kullu is a picturesque valley town located on the banks of the Beas River. It is famous for its stunning views of the Himalayas and its natural beauty, including apple orchards and pine forests.
Kullu is also known for its traditional handicrafts, including woolen shawls and carpets, which are made by local artisans using traditional methods. Visitors can visit the Kullu Shawl Factory to witness the art of shawl weaving and buy authentic Kullu shawls.
Manali is a popular tourist destination known for its adventure sports, such as skiing, trekking, and paragliding. It is located at an altitude of 6,726 feet above sea level, offering visitors stunning views of the snow-capped mountains.
Manali is also famous for its hot springs, which are believed to have medicinal properties. The Vashisht Hot Springs, located near Manali, are a popular attraction for tourists seeking relaxation and rejuvenation. A trip to Manali with stop at enroute places takes approx. 10-11 hours to reach with Tempo Traveller Delhi to Manali.
Here is a suggested itinerary for this trip:
Day 1: Delhi to Shimla
Board the Maharaja tempo traveller in Delhi and start the journey to Shimla (approx. 350 km, 8-9 hours).
On arrival, check into your hotel and spend the evening exploring the local markets and Shimla’s famous Mall Road.
Day 2: Shimla
Visit the famous Jakhu Temple and take in the panoramic views of Shimla from the temple’s hilltop location.
Take a walk along the Ridge Road and visit the Christ Church, the Gaiety Theatre, and the Scandal Point.
Day 3: Shimla to Kullu
Depart from Shimla in the morning and drive to Kullu (approx. 220 km, 6-7 hours).
On the way, stop at the beautiful Kullu Valley and explore the local markets for handmade shawls and other handicrafts.
Check into your hotel in Kullu and spend the evening at leisure.
Day 4: Kullu to Manali
After breakfast, depart for Manali (approx. 50 km, 1-2 hours).
Visit the famous Hadimba Devi Temple, the Manali Club House, and the Tibetan Monastery.
Spend the evening exploring the local markets in Manali.
Day 5: Manali
Visit the famous Rohtang Pass, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.
Return to Manali and spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Day 6: Manali to Delhi
Depart from Manali in the morning and drive back to Delhi (approx. 540 km, 12-13 hours).
On the way, stop at the beautiful Solang Valley and enjoy adventure sports like paragliding, skiing, and zorbing.
Reach Delhi by evening and bid farewell to the tempo traveller.
This itinerary can be customized based on your preferences and time available. Make sure to book your tempo traveller hire well in advance to ensure availability and a hassle-free trip.