Shimla was built on seven hills: Inverarm Hill, Observatory Hill, Prospect Hill, Summer Hill, Bantony Hill, Elysium Hill, and Jakhoo Hill. Shimla's highest point is Jakhoo Hill, which stands at 2,454 meters (8,051 ft). Shimla, as the summer capital of British India, has some of the finest architectural heritage bestowed upon it, not to mention the various splendors of nature, such as forests, waterfalls, and glades.
As you arrive in Shimla, check into the hotel and have the whole day to yourself. You are free to relax in the hotel room or go and explore the local shops and eateries here and there.
The Institute of Advanced Learning, Gorton Castle, Bantony Castle, and Christ Church are all worth a visit. You can spend an evening shopping from the Mall Road and participating in some interesting cultural activities on the Ridge with the mountains as a backdrop. Return to your hotel room, relax your mind and body before indulging in a hearty meal for the night. Fall asleep in the warmth of your room to start anew the next morning!
After breakfast, set out on the Shimla Royal Circuit Cycling Tour. The journey begins in Shimla and ends in the village of Baldyan. You ride your bike here, and the circuit begins. Begin in Shimla and travel through Mashobra to Baldeyan. The ride is downhill until the old pumping station in Thaila, where one can take a break. The next leg of the journey is mostly uphill, but riders can get lost in the beauty of nature and its small villages. Baldeyan's home-stays are ideal for recharging your batteries while admiring the orchards. 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. Riders can enjoy the lush forests and fresh mountain air throughout the trail. The aroma of dense woods is fragrant with pine, birch, pine, oak, and rhododendron trees. Shimla's forests are home to nearly all of the trees. The valleys along the trail are blooming with a variety of flowers. Come
Wake up, drink your energy giving tea/coffee, wear your sport shoes because today you will cycle through the old roads of the British era. You will cycle through a level stretch of 18 kilometers of forested street that has been in use for quite some time. This will transport us to the old Hindustan Tibet Street near Fagu. Cycling is the best way to explore nature because the road covering the distance is made up of mud roads and tar roads. Along the road, there are scenic views of apple orchards and potato vegetation. Some roads' curves and bends are too deep, so drive slowly through them as the twists can be unpredictable in some places. On a bicycle, one can travel to Fagu and back to Shimla in half a day. From here, a left turn to a dirt road leads to the town before rejoining the main thoroughfare. Many tourists can be seen in the area, either enjoying picnics, camping, or hiking on the forest trails. The forest area is also rich in wildlife, and cycling along the catchmen
Wake up to the sun shining into your hotel room, pack your bags as you get ready for your journey back home. With some really amazing and cherish able memories, check out of the hotel, bid adieu to the Queen of Hills and begin your journey from here to your hometowns.