The town stretches out along a ridge, making it ideal for walking tours. The Viceregal Lodge is at one end, and the main square is at the other. The route goes through Shimla's Heritage Zone, which contains hundreds of notable classic buildings and homes. The State Library, with its mock Tudor architecture, is also nearby, as are the Bandstand, Gaiety Theater, Town Hall, and Scandal Point. The cool mountain air is both healthy and invigorating for both Indians and visitors. There are miles of
When you arrive, you will be driven from the airport to your hotel in the comfort of your own car. Check into the hotel and have the whole day to yourself. Our representative will accompany you on your journey to Shimla. It is one of Himachal Pradesh's most popular hill stations, known for its tranquil landscapes. When you arrive in Shimla, you will be assisted with the hotel's check-in procedures.
Rest of the evening is at leisure to explore this charming little town in the laps of Himalayas. Later fall into a deep slumber to start the next day bright and full of energy.
After breakfast, proceed to the Shimla Heritage Walk. Exploring this lovely hill town on foot is one of the best ways to do so. Explore the Lanes and Trails of this British Himalayan Town to learn about the stories of a bygone era. The British built this town and left their imprints. If you can get an Ariel view of Shimla, you will notice that the town is an architectural museum. Victorian, post-Victorian, Gothic, Georgian, Tudor, Moc-Tudor, Bavarian, Neo-Lyutens, and modern examples are all available in one location. Stroll around The Mall some more; you'll undoubtedly find something that piques your interest. Or, just a little further down the Mall Road, visit Lakkar Bazaar (Wooden Market) for odd knick-knacks and wooden souvenirs. The travelers will have a lot of fun on this day as they visit more tourist attractions in Shimla. Shimla's Heritage Zone encompasses the entire length of this walk. Shimla's most prominent landmark is Christ Church, and the walk extends west towa
Return to your hotel, warm yourself up, have a cup of tea or coffee, some light snacks and retire for the day
You will need all the energy today. Have a good nutritious breakfast and set out for the Royal Circuit Cycling Expedition. You can see native villages along the trail and even take a break at one of the mesmerizing waterfalls nearby. Riders may notice a slight temperature increase during this section of the trail. It is almost all downhill until you reach the oldest pumping station on the Thaila River. The path continues to Basantpur, where the incline begins. We come to a halt here and then proceed to the cars to drive to Dhami, the former princely state. Check into the hotel or campsite, relax and breathe in mother nature’s creations of raw landscapes adorned with flora and fauna, hills along the terrain and the blue glimmering sky. Later on, have a hearty dinner and fall asleep under the star-studded sky and the warmth of your room or tent.
Experience the local life of a Himalayan by a one-hour walk through the village and the trails surrounding Dhami brings you up close and personal with hill life and nature. Dhami is commonly seen with villagers waiting for their bus to Shimla, a shopkeeper basking in the sun outside his shop, or women carrying hey on their heads. Lunch will be served at Dhami House. Explore the viceroy's hunting grounds and go bird watching. Meet Kunwar Dushyant Singh’s wife, a descendant of the royal family of Madhya Pradesh and hear all about the history and its influence that is spread across the terrain of Shimla. Learn about the local cuisine or simply enjoy a regular meal. As the aroma draws you to the dining room, you'll have to think carefully before saying no to the food served to you. Nature lovers who care about our environment can visit a short plantation in the area. Given the declining forest cover in the area, it's up to you if you feel like exploring the plantation.
Following a leisurely breakfast, pack your belongings and set out on your journey back. But not before you've planned your return. There is still so much to see and do in Shimla, and let's face it, Shimla has certainly enchanted you.