Manali Honeymoon Tour Package
What to Expect
* First installment of total amount will be 25% for hold booking.
* Second installment 50% before 10 days from travel date for confirmation.
* Final installment 100% at the time of check-in date.
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
* Holding amount will not be refundable.
* Before the one week of travel date 25% will be charged for cancel the package.
* Before one day of travel date 50% will be charged.
* Same day of the tour 100% will be charged.
* Any Refund amount will be placed to the guest bank account with in 1 week on working days.
* Tour will be same as mentioned in the tour itinerary, for any changes please contact to our official contact mentioned in our package
* Any natural disasters like heavy rainfall or snowfall and floods or any personal problem of the guest the amount will not be refundable.
Things to Note
* Mandatory to carry photo id card while you are on the tour.
* Early check in our late checkout is subject to availability and may be chargeable by the hotel itself.
* In case of non-availability of hotel similar hotel category will be provided.
Today Morning After Breakfast Excursion Trip to Snow Point . At 5 – 6 Pm Return to Manali. Dinner & Overnight Stay At Hotel. Note: Since the National Green Tribunal is Allowing Only Limited Vehicle to Rohtang Pass per Day. Rohtang Pass Will On Subject to Availability of Permit from the Sdm Office Manali On the Spot with Additional Cost. Manali City Tour. Stay in Manali. On the Way Visit :-Nehru Kund
this is One of the Historical/mythological Place in India. This Place is Near to the Main Road of Gulaba Point-Manali. There You Can Find a Small Shiv Temple, Beside to that One Small Water Spring is There You Can Find Tiny Water Source for Whole Year .
That Water is Special for It’s Taste, It is Sweet in Taste. Every Tourist Halts Here to Visit this Temple and to Taste the Sweet Water.
Rhalafalls – Pristine Natural Locale Featuring Cascading Waterfalls, Hiking Trails & Picnic Areas.
Gulaba- Gulaba is a Village in the State of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is 27 Km Away from Manali and 25 Km from Rohtang Pass. The Village is Designed and Manned as per the Guidelines of National Green Tribunal Act. Gulaba Has all the Relevant Equipment and Computerized System to Ensure Good Tourism Management.
After Breakfast, Start for City Tour Visiting Hadimba Devi – Hidimba Devi Temple, Locally Known as Dhungiri Temple the Hidimba Devi Temple Has Intricately Carved Wooden Doors and a 24 Meters Tall Wooden “shikhar” or Tower Above the Sanctuary.the Tower Consists of Three Square Roofs Covered with Timber Tiles and a Fourth Brass Cone-shaped Roof At the Top. the Earth Goddess Durga Forms the Theme of the Main Door Carvings. also Depicted are Animals, Foliate Designs, Dancers, Scenes from Lord Krishna’s Life and Navagrahas. the Temple Base is Made Out of Whitewashed, Mud-covered Stonework. An Enormous Rock Occupies the Inside of the Temple, Only a 7.5 Cm (3 Inch) Tall Brass Image Representing Goddess Hidimba Devi. a Rope Hangs Down in Front of the Rock, And According to a Legend,In Bygone Days Religious Zealots Would Tie the Hands of “sinners” By the Rope and Then Swing Them Against the Rock.
Club House: Elevated Recreational Center Featuring a Restaurant, Indoor Games & Outdoor Activities for all Ages,
Vashisht Bath It’s a Nice, Simple and Calm Place. One Can Either Reach There with Small Vehicles or It’s Better to Take a Walk. You Will Feel So Soulful During the Walk. Along Both Side of the Road There are So Many Shops to Buy Clothes,Food Items Etc. Also, Inside the Temple There are Two Hot Water Springs for Both Male and Female. So if You Want You Can Definitely Take a Bath and Make Yourself Feel Relieved and Pure. We Went There in the Night So We Couldn’t Able to See It’s Real Beauty Buy Still I Personally Loved It, Van Vihar Nature Park the Place is Quite and Beautiful. the Area of the Place is Very Wide. Fares are Decent that is ₹30 An Adult. It is At Walking Distance from Manali Bus Stand. the View from It is also Amazing. It Opens 8am-7pm in Summer and 8am-5pm in Winters. It Includes Boating and Small Rides for Children. It also Includes Outdoor Gym, Shooting Point, Refreshment Point Etc. a Good Place to Come with Family and Friends.
Tibetan Monastery: this is a Very Peaceful Place. There is a Garden as Well Inside It. You Can Sit and Relax Over There. the Place Has Very Peaceful Vibes. You Will Happy. the Place Has a Canteen Too Which provide Food At a Very Cheap Rate. the Place is Beautifully Constructed
The Rest of the Day is At Leisure to Stroll and Shop On the Mall Road. You May also Enjoy After Dinner Walks On the Mall Road Under a Starlit Sky and Hearing the Silence of Nature. Overnight in Manali
Dharamshala is a City in the Indian State of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded By Cedar Forests On the Edge of the Himalayas, this Hillside City is Home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government-in-exile. The Thekchen Chöling Temple Complex is a Spiritual Center for Tibetan Buddhism, While the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives Houses Thousands of Precious Manuscripts. After Breakfast Proceed to Visit the Bhagsu Waterfalls – a Lengthy Walking Trail Leads to this Well-known, Scenic Waterfall that Cascades Into a Rocky Pool.
Bhagsunag Temple is Located in Dharamshala. It is Believed that this is the Place Where Lord Shiva Had Prieveled Himself . It is a Much Worshiped Place among Hindu People .
Dal Lake is a Small Mid-altitude Lake Near the Village of Tota Rani in Kangra District (Himachal Pradesh) in Northern India. The Name ‘Dal Lake’ is Taken from Kashmir’s Dal Lake. The Lake is Surrounded By Deodar Trees and is Considered to Be a Sacred Spot as There is Small Shiva Mandir On Its Bank
Tibetan Monastery – It is a Spiritual Experience Visiting Dalai Lama Temple. We Visited this Place At Around 11 am and Mantra Chanting Was On with Hundreds of Monks There.
it is Known as “little Lhasa” or “dhasa” (a Short Form of Dharamshala Used Mainly By Tibetans) Because of Its Large Population of Tibetans.the Tibetan Government in Exile is Headquartered in Mcleod Ganj. In March 1850, the Area Was Annexed By the British After the Second Anglo-sikh War, and Soon a Subsidiary Cantonment for the Troops Stationed At Kangra Was Established On the Slopes of Dhauladhar, On Empty Land, with a Hindu Resthouse or Dharamshala; Hence the Name for the New Cantonment, Dharamshala. During the British Rule in India, the Town Was a Hill Station Where the British Spent Hot Summers, and Around the Late 1840s, When the District Headquarters in Kangra Became Overcrowded, the British Moved Two Regiments to Dharamshala. A Cantonment Was Established in 1849, and in 1852 Dharamshala Became the Administrative Capital of Kangra District. By 1855, It Had Two Important Places of Civilian Settlement, Mcleod Ganj and Forsyth Ganj, Named After a Divisional Commissioner. in 1860, the 66th Gurkha Light Infantry, Later Renamed the Historic 1st Gurkha Rifles, Was Moved to Dharamshala. Soon, 14 Gurkha Paltan Villages Were Established Nearby and the Gurkhas Patronised the Ancient Shiva Temple of Bhagsunath.
Lord Elgin, the British Viceroy of India (1862–63), Liked the Area So Much that At One Point He Suggested It Be Made the Summer Capital of India. He Died At Dharamshala While On a Tour There, On 20 November 1863, and Lies Buried At the St. John in the Wilderness At Forsyth Ganj, Just Below Mcleod Ganj. His Summer Residence, Mortimer House, Became Part of the Private Estate of Lala Basheshar Nath of Lahore and Was Acquired By the Government of India to House the Official Residence of the Dalai Lama.
The Twin Towns of Forsyth Ganj and Mcleod Ganj Continued to Grow Steadily in the Coming Years, and By 1904 Had Become Important Centers of Trade, Commerce and Official Work of Kangra District. Much of the Town Was Destroyed By the Devastating 7.8 Magnitude 1905 Kangra Earthquake At 6:19 am 4 April 1905; Close to 19,800 People Were Killed and Thousands Were Injured in the Kangra Area. The Earthquake Destroyed Most Buildings in Kangra, Dharamshala, and Mcleod Ganj, Including the Bhagsunath Temple. Thereafter, District Headquarters Were Shifted to a Lower Spot, and the Town Waited Another Half Century Before Anything Significant Transpired in Its History.over Night Stay in Dharamshala.
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