Day 1:-Delhi Shimla (343kms/8hrs)
Arrival Transfer Sightseeing tour Lunch Dinner
Day 2:-Shimla Kufri Shimla
After breakfast, drive to the renowned hill spot of kufri which is a 30 minute away from Shimla. One can explore dense wood, snow covered peaks and charming beauty of Wild flower home and Indira Gandhi Holiday Home. In the evening enjoy scouting the major attractions of Shimla like Kali Bari temple, Lakkar Bazaar, Mall Road and Ridge road. Spend some perfect time on doing shopping and indulging in an array of dishes on the mall road. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 3 :-Shimla To Manali (285 Kms/ 7hrs)
In the morning get yourself ready for a drive to Manali which is situated at an elevation of 2050m in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is an ideal mixture of rich cultural heritage and natural grandeur. On arrival, transfer to the hotel. After some time head to the very old Hadimba Devi temple which was built in 1553. Night stay at hotel.
Day 4 :-Manali (Rohtang Pass)
Morning get on a trip to Rohtang pass. On the way you can witness the splendor of the mountains and glaciers. After relishing the white beauty, try luck by mountaineering the little snow hills. Stopover at the Solang Valley. Take a walk down the mall. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5:-Manali – Chamunda – Dharamshala (260)
After checking out from the hotel, head off to Dharamshala. On the way pay a visit to Chamunda Devi Temple. Transfer to hotel. Night stay at hotel.
Day 6:-Dharamshala – Amritsar
After breakfast proceed to Amritsar. Explore the famous attractions of city – Golden Temple, Jalianawala Bagh and Bagha Border. Check in at the hotel. Night stay in Amritsar.
Day 7:-Amritsar – Delhi (450 Kms /8 Hours)
Morning drive to Delhi. After reaching transfer to the Railway/Airport station for forward journey.
A suggested itinerary for Shimla, Manali, and Amritsar could be as follows:
Day 1: Arrive in Shimla and spend the day exploring the Mall Road, Ridge, and Christ Church. Enjoy the scenic views and visit the famous Jakhu Temple.
Day 2: Take a day trip to Kufri, a picturesque hill station near Shimla. Enjoy activities like horse riding and visit the Himalayan Nature Park.
Day 3: Depart for Manali, a journey of approximately 7-8 hours. Upon arrival, explore the local markets and relax in the beautiful surroundings.
Day 4: Visit the famous Hadimba Temple, dedicated to the goddess Hadimba Devi. Explore the old town of Manali and take a walk along the Manali Nature Park.
Day 5: Embark on a full-day excursion to Solang Valley, known for its breathtaking landscapes and adventure activities like paragliding and zorbing.
Day 6: Depart for Amritsar, a journey of around 7-8 hours. Visit the serene Golden Temple, the spiritual and cultural center of the Sikh religion. Witness the evening Wagah Border ceremony.
Day 7: Explore the Jallianwala Bagh memorial, commemorating the tragic massacre that took place in 1919. Visit the historic Durgiana Temple and indulge in some local shopping.
Day 8: Conclude your trip with a visit to the Partition Museum, which showcases the history and stories of the partition of India in 1947. Depart for your onward journey.
This itinerary allows you to experience the natural beauty of Shimla and Manali, as well as the cultural and historical significance of Amritsar, within a week.