Delhi – Shimla – Kufri – Chail – Delhi
Shimla is India’s finest hill station, family destination, and a popular honeymoon destination. It is one of the places that you can’t miss if you are planning your North India holiday.
This tastefully crafted 4 nights/ 5 days Shimla tour package will let you explore the rejuvenating hills and nature of Shimla along with her colonial charms and the enchanting mall road along with excursions to the nearby Shimla tourist attraction Kufri, Naldhera, Mashobra, and Chail.
This tour package is equipped with numerous facilities, including a guided sightseeing tour, swift transfers, and comfortable stays. Contact us to book this customizable tour package!
- Visit Jakhu Temple and City Church in Shimla.
- Excursion to Naldehra and Tattapani in Shimla.
- Day-trip to Kufri and Chail.
Arrive at the Delhi Airport / Railway station and meet the VM representative who will help you in an assisted transfer to Shimla by road, a famous hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Upon arrival in Shimla, check into your pre-booked hotel. After some rest, dinner and overnight stay.
On the second day, leave your hotel room to partake in sightseeing. During the tour, you will visit some popular attractions including the second oldest Church in North India, Sankat Mochan temple, dedicated to Lord Hanuman, Jakhu temple, and the State Museum. Do not miss a leisure walk on the Ridge road while treating your eyes to the beauty all around. In the evening, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 is also for observing the sights and sounds of Shimla and the places around it. Today, you visit places like Mashobra, Crignano, Naldehra Golf Course, and Tattapani, known for its hot water spring. Then, return to Shimla for an overnight stay in a hotel in the evening.
After early morning breakfast, leave for Kufri, a popular destination for skiing and other activities. Later, continue towards Chail, which is also famous for its brilliant architectural marvels. Back to Shimla in the evening for an overnight stay.
Post breakfast on the last day, Gather your sweet memories of the Himachal trip and leave for the railway station / Airport for your onward journey.
- • Accommodation in the mentioned or similar hotels.
- • Daily breakfast at all places. Rest of the Meals, if any, as per the above.
- • All transfers and sightseeing by AC Vehicle. (Please note that AC will be switched off during hills)
- • All toll taxes, parking charges, driver allowances.
- • All currently applicable hotel taxes except GST @ Current Rate
- • Any Air or Rail fare.
- • Any other meal not mentioned in price includes.
- • Tips & Porterage.
- • Any monument entrance fees, camera fees, guide charges.
Shimla is a year-round destination, but the best time to visit is during the summer months (May to June) for pleasant weather or in winter (December to February) for snowfall and a winter wonderland experience. Avoid the monsoon season (July to September) due to heavy rainfall.
You can reach Shimla by air via the nearest airport, Jubbarhatti Airport. Alternatively, you can take a train to Kalka and then continue your journey on the famous Kalka-Shimla Toy Train, or hire a taxi.
Some popular attractions include the Ridge, Mall Road, Jakhoo Temple, Kufri, Christ Church, and the Shimla State Museum. Don’t forget to explore the colonial architecture around the city.
Yes, Shimla is a great destination for families. There are plenty of activities for kids and families, such as visiting amusement parks, nature walks, and enjoying local cuisine.
Depending on the season, pack accordingly. In summer, carry light clothing and sunscreen. In winter, pack warm clothing, including heavy jackets, boots, and gloves. Don’t forget your camera!
Yes, Shimla offers adventure activities like trekking, paragliding, and ice-skating during the winter. Be sure to inquire about these activities with local tour operators.
You must try the local Himachali dishes like Chana Madra, Dham, Babru, and of course, apple-based products as Shimla is known for its apples.
It’s a good idea to book your accommodation in advance, especially during the peak tourist seasons. Shimla can get crowded, and having a reservation ensures you have a place to stay.
Shimla experiences a cool climate throughout the year. Summers are mild, and winters are cold with snowfall. The monsoon season is characterized by heavy rainfall.
Indian citizens do not need any special permits to visit Shimla. However, if you plan to venture into restricted or protected areas near Shimla, you may need permits. International tourists should check visa and permit requirements.
Yes, Shimla has ATM facilities and good internet connectivity. Most hotels and restaurants offer Wi-Fi, and you can find internet cafes as well.
Popular souvenirs include handicrafts, wooden items, shawls, and local jewelry. Don’t forget to buy some Himachali tea and handmade woolen garments.