Himachal Tour Packages

The pristine Himalayas of Himachal are a trove of natural wonder. Our Himachal Tour Packages let you witness and explore all aspects of the beauty of the Himachal Himalayas. Dotted with some of the biggest and most beautiful hill stations of the country, Himachal is a perfect paradise for retreat from the mundane and hectic urban life. Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, with its remnants of British architecture and culture, takes you on a trip to the colonial India. If you are an adventure enthusiast looking for some exciting treks, Himachal, with an abundant number of easy to difficult treks is your abode. If you just want to spend some relaxed and carefree time amid the lush hills, Dalhousie is the place for you. With our Himachal Tour Packages, you also get to experience the rich amalgamation of Buddhist and Hindu cultures of the state.

Best Selling Himachal Tour Packages

 

      Lets Go

Planned for 450 customers

Rating

Himachal at leisure

7 nights
  • 1-Night New Delhi
  • 2-Night Shimla
  • 3-Night Manali
  • 1-Night Chandigarh
Trip Type: Culture
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Adventure, Wildlife, Nature, Culture, River Cruise

Starting From
16499

Per adult

Planned for 500 customers

Rating

Splendid Himachal

6 nights
  • 2-Nights Shimla
  • 3-Nights Manali
  • 1-Nights Chandigarh
Trip Type: Culture
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
15499

Per adult

Planned for 490 customers

Rating

Himachal At A Glance

5 nights
  • 2-Nights Shimla
  • 3-Nights Manali
Trip Type: Culture
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
13999

Per adult

Planned for 410 customers

Rating

Glimpses of Himachal

4 nights
  • 2-Nights Shimla
  • 2-Nights Manali
Trip Type: Adventure
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
11999

Per adult

Planned for 300 customers

Rating

Amritsar Volvo Package

1 nights
  • Amritsar(1)
Trip Type: Culture
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
11999

Per adult

Planned for 270 customers

Rating

Manali By Vovlo

3 nights
  • Manali(3)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Adventure, Wildlife, Nature, Culture, River Cruise

Starting From
13500

Per adult

Planned for 360 customers

Rating

Vaishno Devi Package

1 nights
  • Katra(1)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
9000

Per adult

Planned for 440 customers

Rating

Shimla By Volvo

2 nights
  • Shimla(2)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Starting From
4999

Per adult

Planned for 360 customers

Rating

Shimla Manali Volvo Package

5 nights
  • Manali(3)
  • Shimla(2)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Adventure, Wildlife, Nature, Culture, River Cruise

Starting From
10999

Per adult

Planned for 410 customers

Rating

The Splendor of Western Himachal with Golden Temple

6 nights
  • Amritsar(1)
  • Dalhousie(3)
  • Dharamshala(2)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
13499

Per adult

Planned for 0 customers

Rating

Manali Pass Trek

6 nights
  •  
Trip Type: Trekking
Departure Date

Not Available

Experience

Camping, Trekking

Planned for 240 customers

Rating

Best of Himachal

8 nights
  • Shimla(2)
  • Manali(3)
  • Dharamshala(1)
  • Dalhousie(2)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
16999

Per adult

Planned for 0 customers

Rating

Green to Desert Bhabha Pass Trek

7 nights
  •  
Trip Type: Trekking
Departure Date

Not Available

Experience

Trekking, Camping

Planned for 500 customers

Rating

Dazzling Himachal

10 nights
  • Shimla(2)
  • Manali(3)
  • Palampur (1)
  • Dharamshala(1)
  • Dalhousie(2)
  • Chandigarh(1)
Trip Type: Hills
Departure Date

Apr, Aug, Dec, Feb, Jan, Jul, Jun, Mar, May, Nov, Oct, Sep

Experience

Culture, Getaway, Heritage Sites

Starting From
20999

Per adult

Planned for 0 customers

Rating

Shepherds Trail Trek

17 nights
  •  
Trip Type: Trekking
Departure Date

Not Available

Experience

Camping, Trekking

Planned for 0 customers

Rating

Malana Village Trek

6 nights
  •  
Trip Type: Trekking
Departure Date

Not Available

Experience

Temple Visits, Trekking, Camping

Planned for 0 customers

Rating

Indrahar Pass Trek

9 nights
  •  
Trip Type: Trekking
Departure Date

Not Available

Experience

Trekking, Hiking, Camping, Walks, Jungle Walks

Planned for 0 customers

Rating

Kareri Lake Trekking

11 nights
  •  
Trip Type: Trekking
Departure Date

Not Available

Experience

Trekking, Camping, Village Stays, Jungle Walks, Walks, Temple Visits

Himachal is replete with beautiful hill stations, wonderful treks, lush valleys, Buddhist townships and ancient Hindu temples. With our Himachal Tour Packages you get to experience the best of all these facets of the Himachal Himalayas. Shimla, the summer capital of the former British empire of India, is one of the best Indian hill stations. You can enjoy snow at Rohtang Pass even in summers. You get to see world’s oldest democracy at Malana. The Trans Himalayan region of Spiti-Lahaul gives you a glimpse of Tibet in Himachal Pradesh. Himachal is the only region in the entire stretch of Himalayas of North India, where you witness a rich and peaceful mix of both Buddhist and Hindu cultures. Our Himachal Tour Packages cover these entire wonderful destinations to give you the best Himalayan discovery experience.
  • SPITI: Also known as Mini Tibet, this 4000 m high Tran Himalayan valley gives you a glimpse of Ladakh due to its similarity with Ladakh’s landscape and culture. The Gue village in Spiti is a must visit for its 500 years old mummy. Apart from breathtakingly beautiful sceneries, the valley is famous for being a living museum as many fossils and sea shells are found around it, signifying that Himalayas did emerge from the seas.
  • SHIMLA: A walk around Shimla, the summer capital of erstwhile British rulers of India gives an aroma of India’s colonial heritage. The Victorian style architecture and markets make a perfect setting for several stories. Shimla, surrounded with snow capped mountains and lush greenery is a treat to eyes looking for natural beauty.
  • MANALI: Named after Manu, the first man in the world according to Hinduism, Manali with its beautiful landscapes is an artist’s dream. The deciduous forests on its verdant terrains make it a favourite destination among honeymooners. It is also a great destination for revelers seeking some thrill through soft adventure sports like zorbing, paragliding etc.
  • DHARMSHALA: Dharmshala is the capital of Buddhism in Himachal. Visit this serene and calm place to admire the magnificence of the largest Tibetan temple outside of Tibet. The Dalai Lama gives a lecture every year at his monastery here. You can also enjoy some trekking at Triund and soak in the beauty of the Bhagsu waterfall.
  • DALHOUSIE: Named after Lord Dalhousie, the British Governor-General from the 19th century colonial India, Dalhousie is a small hill station built on five hills. Apart from offering some of the most stunning views of the Himalayas, this quaint hill station gives you several glimpses of British art and architecture from its days as British’s summer retreat.
  • ROHTANG PASS: Situated at an altitude of 3979 m, the Rohtang pass on the Eastern Pir Panjal range is located 51 km from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti valleys. Rohtang Pass is one of the rare Himalayan tourist destinations where you can enjoy snow even in summers. Apart from snow, it offers you magnificent views of glaciers, peaks and Chandra River that flows between the Lahaul valley.
  • KINNAUR: Located in the northeast of Shimla, the Kinnaur Valley is home to descendants from the ancient Aryan race. You can spot several apple orchards and thatched roof temples here. Often referred as the land of fairy tales and fantasies, Kinnaur offers you the best of Himachal beauty with its green pastures, thriving orchards, vineyards, cold desert mountains and snow capped peaks.
HOW TO REACHHimachal is well connected with all modes of transport.By Air : Himachal Pradesh, with three domestic airports, namely in Shimla, Kullu and Kangra, is connected to Delhi and Chandigarh by air.
  • Bhuntar Airport ( Kullu district) is located at a distance 10 km from district headquarters.
  • Gaggal Airport (Kangra district) is situated 10 km from Kangra.
  • Shimla Airport is located at a distance of 21 km from Shimla city.
By Rail : Himachal is connected to the standard gauge railways tracks of the Indian Railways at Pathankot, Kalka and Una. It also has two narrow gauge railway tracks that are:
  • Kalka – Shimla Railway (A UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Pathankot – Jogindernagar
By Road : Himachal Pradesh has a road network of 28,208 km. This includes eight National Highways and 19 State Highways. Kullu, Manali, Mandi, Shimla and Hamirpur are some major bus stations in the state. Note– Certain roads get closed in monsoons and winters due to landslides and snowfall. CLIMATE Climatic conditions vary at various regions of Himachal because of variation in the elevation of different Himalayan ranges. The climate of Himachal Pradesh, much like the most of North India is divided into four parts.
  • Spring- Mid February to Mid April
  • Summer- April to June
  • Monsoon- End of June to September
  • Winter- October to Mid February
  • Ride a bike to Jalori Pass.
  • Experience the Hippie Culture of Malana.
  • Camp beside the Chandrataal lake.
  • Indulge in trout fishing.
  • Celebrate Buddh Purnima with monks at Mcleodganj.
  • Ride a bike from Manali to Leh.
  • Witness world’s oldest democracy in Malana-a country in its own self.
  • Travel to Chitkul, the last village on the ancient Indo-Tibet trade route.
  • Trek to Beas Kund.
  • Visit the highest village of Kibber.
  • Hire a credible driver for road trips.
  • Respect the culture of villagers.
  • Carry energy food items if going on a trek.
  • Carry extra fuel while riding bikes.
  • Carry basic medicines like paracetamol, pudin hara etc.
PERMITS REQUIRED Foreign tourists require tourists for protected areas like Khab, Samdo, Dhankar, Tabo, Gompa, Kaza, Morang and Dubling (Lahaul & Spiti). Entering Spiti from Kinnaur via Rekong Peo also requires permits.

Why Travel with Roads Less Travelled by OYO

image logos

Experienced Team

A team from Ex Nat Geo Channel and Top MBA colleges. Read More

image logos

Travel With The Best

Indias No. 1 offbeat travel company. Read More

image logos

Praised By Global Media

Listed among the best travel companies by Global Media. Read More

image logos

15,000 + Satisfied Customers

With Over 15,000 Satisfied Customers,Rest Assure You are In Safe Hands. Read More

Corporates That Trust Us

  • image logos
  • image logos
  • image logos
  • image logos
  • image logos
  • image logos
  • image logos
  • image logos

What Happy Customers Are Saying

image logos

I would love to thank the entire team of 'Road Less Travelled' for being a great host to this trip.The team does a fantastic job in taking care of individual requirements...
Varun | Product Manager

image logos

We can't thank you enough for all of your help with the big trip.I can't say enough how great you have been to us and how pleased we are with your service...
Kanika Bhalla | Senior Manager

image logos

Wanted to thank you for organizing such a wonderful Tour and looking forward to having more of such fun filled adventurous trips with Roads Less Traveled in the future...
Raman Singh | Vice President

image logos

I wanted to send my thanks for arranging & delivering such a spectacular trip. This trip surpassed my high expectations. We are truly fortunate to have RLT with us...
Geetanjali Lahiri | Head Public Relations