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3 Nights/ 4 Days : Delhi - Kullu - Manali - Rohtang Pass -Delhi

Package Includes 

Hotel +Bus Tickets From Delhi to Manali(Both Side)+local Sightseeing + Snow Point + River Rafting + Paragliding

  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • 3Nights/4Days stay on Double/Triple sharing In Cottages/Camps/Room . Depends on availability
  • Pick up and Drop from Hotel to Bus stand
  • Map Plan – 1 Breakfast, 1 Dinner Per Day
  • 1 Night evening bonfire , (Bonfire depends on weather conditions)
  • Rafting of 7 kms on Sharing Basis in Raft for 2 People
  • Transportation for River Rafting From Manali to Rafting Point i.e. 30 Km away from Manali
  • Paragliding of 1 minute Per Person
  • Transportation for Paragliding from Manali to Paragliding Point i.e. 17 Km away from Manali
  • 1 Day Sightseeing i.e. Snow Point i.e. Rohtang or alternative with separate vehicle
  • 1 Day sightseeing of Local Temple tour with separate vehicle
  • Tickets in Ac Volvo Bus (Both Sides)

Kullu-Manali- Honeymoon Special Tour Package

3 Nights/ 4 Days : Delhi - Kullu - Manali-Delhi

Package Includes :

  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • 3Nights/4Days stay on Double sharing In Cottages/Camps/Rooms…Depends on availability (1 night in Kullu near Beas River + 2 Nights in Manali Cottages/Hotel)
  • Riverside Cottage in Kullu
  • CP Plan – 1 Breakfast Each Day
  • 1 Night evening bonfire (Bonfire depends on weather conditions)
  • Local Sightseeing in Manali
  • Tickets in Ac Volvo Bus for couple from Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi (Both Sides)

Hilarious Himachal -- Kullu Manali Tour Packages

Manali is a hill station nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley, at an altitude of 2,050 m (6,726 ft) in the Beas River Valley. It is located in the Kullu district, about 270 km (168 mi) north of the state capital, Shimla. The small town, with a population of 8,096, is the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and from there over the Karakoram Pass on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin. It has become a tourist attraction in recent years due to its weather and greenery. Manali is located at 32.2396 N, 77.1887 E, about 40 km (25 mi) north of Kullu town. The town ranges in elevation from 1,800 m (5,900 ft) to 2,000 m (6,600 ft) in the uppermost "Old Manali" section.Manali is a small town; as of the 2011 census of India, its population was 8,096.In 2001,Manali had an official population of 6,265. Males constituted 64% of the population and females 36%. Manali had an average literacy rate of 74%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; male literacy was 80%, and female literacy was 63%. 9% of the population was under six years of age.

Manali is named after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. The word Manali is regarded as the changed name of "Manu-Alaya" which literally means "the abode of Manu". Legend has it that sage Manu stepped off his ark in Manali to recreate human life after a great flood had deluged the world. Manali is also often referred to as the "Valley of the Gods". The Old Manali village has an ancient temple dedicated to sage Manu

In ancient times, the valley was sparsely populated by nomadic hunters known as 'rakshas'. The next arrivals were the shepherds who arrived from the Kangra Valley and settled to take up agriculture. Some of the earliest inhabitants of the region are the 'naur' or 'nar', which is a caste unique to the Kullu valley. Only a few naur families are known to exist now. A naur family in the village Soyal near Haripur on the west bank of Manali was famous for the vast land they owned and their practice of having 'rakshas' as their labourers.

The British introduced apple trees and trout, The first apple orchard was set up by Britishers near patlikulh which were earlier not native to Manali flora and fauna. It is said that when apple trees were first planted the fruits were so plentiful that often branches, unable to bear the weight, would collapse. To this day, apple—along with plum and pear—remains the best source of income for the majority of its inhabitants.Tourism in Manali received a boost after the rise of militancy in Kashmir in the late 1980s. This once quiet village was transformed into a bustling town with many hotels and restaurants


The climate in Manali is predominantly cold during winters, and moderately cool during summers. The temperatures range from 4 °C (39 °F) to 20 °C (68 °F) over the year. The average temperature during summer is between 04 °C (39 °F) and 15 °C (59 °F), and between −15 °C (5 °F) and 05 °C (41 °F) in the winter. Monthly precipitation varies between 31 mm (1.2 in) in November to 217 mm (8.5 in) in July. In average, some 45 mm (1.8 in) of precipitation is received during winter and spring months, increasing to some 115 mm (4.5 in) in summer as the monsoon approaches. The average total annual precipitation is 1,363 mm (53.7 in). Snowfall often takes place between November end to early February. The weather in manali is not stable and suddenly becomes very sunny or raining day

Kullu, or Kulu, was a part of Nepal and is now the capital town of the Kullu District in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the Beas River in the Kullu Valley about ten kilometers north of the airport at Bhuntar. Kullu is a broad open valley formed by the Beas River between Manali and Largi. This valley is famous for its temples, beauty and its majestic hills covered with Pine and Deodar Forest and sprawling Apple Orchards. The course of the Beas River presents a succession of magnificent, clad with forests of Deodar, towering above trees of Pine on the lower rocky ridges. Kullu valley is sandwiched between the Pir Panjal, Lower Himalayan and Great Himalayan range. Kullu (1,220 m or 4,000 ft) was once known as Kulanthpitha - `the end of the habitable world`. Beyond rose the forbidding heights of the Greater Himalayas and, by the banks of the shining river Beas, lay the fabled `Silver Valley`. The Chinese pilgrim monk Xuanzang visited the Kullu Valley in 634 or 635 CE. He described it as a fertile region completely surrounded by mountains. It contained a stupa (tope) built by Ashoka, which is said to mark the place where the Buddha preached to the local people and made conversions, stupa was taken away by a mughal ruler and put in feroz shah kotla maidan in Delhi. There were some twenty Buddhist monasteries, with about 1,000 monks, most of whom were Mahayanist. There were also some fifteen Hindu temples, and people of both faiths lived mixed together. There were meditation caves near the mountain passes inhabited by both Buddhist and Hindu practitioners. The country is said to have produced gold, silver, red copper, crystal lenses and bell-metal.Kullu got its first motor able access only after Indian Independence. The long centuries of seclusion have, however, allowed the area to retain a considerable measure of its traditional charm. The road through the Kullu Valley and Lahaul is now paved all the way, to connect and provide the major access route between the northern Indian plains to Leh in Ladakh. As of 2011 India census,Kullu had a population of 18306. Males constitute 54% of the population and females 46%. Kullu has an average literacy rate of 81%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 84%, and female literacy is 77%. In Kullu town, 10% of the population is under 6 years of age. Kullu town has an average elevation of 1,278 m or 4,193 ft). It lies on the bank of Beas River. A major tributary, Sarvari, (derived from "Shiv-Baardi") leads to the less explored and steeper Lug-valley on the west. On the east of Kullu lies a broad mountainous ridge having the village-temples of Bijli Mahadev, Mounty Nag and Pueed. Beyond the ridge lies Manikaran valley, along the Paarvati River which joins Beas at sangam in Bhuntar. On the South of Kullu lie the town of Bhuntar, Out (leading to Anni, Banjar and Siraj Valley) and Mandi (in Mandi district). Historically Kullu was accessible from Shimla via Siraj valley or through passes on the west leading to Jogindernagar and onto Kangra. To the north lies the famous town of Manali, which through the Rohtang pass leads onto the Lahaul and Spiti Valley. Once can see an enormous change in the climate as one climbs up the windward side of the ranges to proceed to the leeward and much drier plateaus to the north of Manali.


December and January during winter observe lowest temperatures ranging from 4°C to 20°C, with some snowfall. Annual highest temperature in summer ranges from 25°C to 37°C during May to August. Months of July and August are rainy because of Monsoon, having around 15 cm rainfall monthly. Climate is pleasant in October and November.

Kullu attractions

Handloom Kullu Shawl is the best treasure one can look for. Kullu Shawls are made of many natural fibers such as pashmina, sheep-wool, angora etc.

Raghunath Temple

In the 17th century, Raja Jagat Singh of Kullu committed a great mistake. To atone for the sin, he sent a senior courtier to Ayodhya for a statue of Lord Raghunath - Lord Rama. This temple was built by Raja Jagat Singh to house the image and even today, is greatly revered. Every year international fair Dussehra is celebrated with local deities in honour of lord Raghunath.

Shringi Rishi Temple- Banjar

About 60 km. from Kullu is Banjar valley wherein Shringi Rishi Temple is located. Shringi Rishi is the ruling deity of Banjar valley. In fact, before the Lord Rama's advent into Kullu valley from Ayodhya Puri,Lord Shringi was the ruling deity of Kullu. Shringi rishi is one among the "atthara kardoo" (eighteen chief deities) of the Kullu valley.

Maha Devi Tirth Temple 

Shri Mahadevi Tirth, popularly known as Vaishno Devi Mandir (by localities), situated about two kilometers North from the Kullu valley on Kullu Manali road, though a newly founded temple, yet it is acknowledged like any old famous temple. The foundation of this temple was laid by [Swami Sewak Das Ji].

Bijli Mahadev

Bijli Mahadev Temple is one of the most excellent forms of art in India. It is located at 2,435 meters from sea level and is about 10 km from Kullu. The staff of the temple is 60 feet high and can be seen from the Kullu valley too. It is the highest point around Kullu from where the beautiful view of the whole town, and more can be experienced.

Devta Narsingh

Temple of Devta Narsingh is a famous temple of deity 'Narsingh' and situated in Sultanpur block of Kullu.


At 2692 m, this is a vantage point for a complete panorama of the Kullu area - snow peaks and valleys, meadows and forests, rivers and streams.

Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, Bajaura One of the most charming temples in the Kullu valley, this is renowned for its intricate stone carvings. It is said to be built by pandavas.


An open glade by the banks of the river Parvati. Clean white sand separates the lush green grass from the waters. A good spot for trout. Himachal Tourism has a Tourist Hut here.


For 1400 years this was the capital of Kullu. Its 16th century stone and wood castle is now a hotel run by Himachal Tourism. Here, a gallery houses the paintings of the Russian artist, Nicholas Roerich. Naggar also has three other old shrines. Other Attractions

Kullu Dussehra

When Dussehra celebrations come to an end in the rest of the country, they begin at Kullu. The State government has accorded the status of International festival to the Kullu Dussehra, which attracts tourists in large numbers. About 200 local deities come to pay homage to Lord Raghunath.[4] This is a time when the valley is at its colourful best.

Kullu Holi

Holi is the festival of colors celebrated for two days in Kullu.Its unique feature is that people of the town collect in temple and then they proceed to houses of town people singing sacred holi songs and in return they are given sweets,pakoras and hard drinks etc. Women also take part in the festival with same enthusiasm and happiness as Men.

Fishing and Adventure

The Kullu valley has numerous places for trout fishing. These include Katrain, Raison, Kasol and Naggar, then along the river Tirthan near Larji, in the Sainj Valley and in the Hurla khud.The valley is the nucleus of several trek routes. Some major ones are over the Chanderkhani Pass to Malana, over the Jalori Pass or Bashleo Pass to Shimla, and over the Pin Parvati Pass to Sarahan.White water rafting is popular on the Beas river.


Kullu Valley, also known as the "Valley of Gods", is well known for the seven day festival of Kullu Dussehra, a celebration of Avatar Lord Rama's victory over the evil king Ravana. The festival takes place in the months of October or November, depending upon the Hindu calendar 

Nature of Kullu

Kullu is famous for its varied biodiversity.It has some of the rarest of animals like Himalayan Tahr,Western Tragopan, Monal, Red bear etc.The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is also located here.The park was built in 1984. The park is spread over an area of 1,171 km2 that lies between an altitude of 1500 to 6000m. In order to protect the flora and fauna of this Himalayan area many places are declared as wildlife sanctuaries like : Khokhan Sanctuary Kais Sanctuary Tirthan Sanctuary Kanawar Sanctuary Rupi Baba Sanctuary Great Himalayan National Park Van Vihar Manali.

Other places of interest in the area include Manikaran (famous for its hot springs) and hot water springs at Vashisht village near Manali, 40 km north of Kullu, a hub for tourists and rock climbers. Malana, Kaish-Dhaar in Lug Valley, Bijli Mahadev, Bhekhli and Bajaura house the famous temples of the region and places like Kasol and Gohar. Manali is perhaps the most famous town and center of all tourist attractions in the state. Manali also has a well-known temple dedicated to the mythical princess Hidimba. whish is known asHidimba Devi Temple.

The economy of the town largely depends on tourism, horticulture (apples, plums, pears, and almonds) and handicrafts (shawls, caps, etc.). 

The initial entry point to Kullu Manali Circuit is from Chandigarh, India. Most of the stopovers and destinations lies on the National Highway No. 21. This highway originates from Chandigarh and ends at Manali. This path from Chandigarh to Manali followed by National Highway No 21. is the Kullu Manali Circuit. It is categorised into 4 main trails:-

  • Sutlej Trail
  • Beas Trail
  • Kullu Valley Trail
  • Across Rohtang Pass

How to Reach tourist places of Himachal Pradesh

There are five major zones that draw the maximum visitor or act as base camps for most of Himachal – Shimla, Kullu and Manali, Dalhousie and Chamba, Kangra- Dharamshala-Palampur and Paonta-Nahan. From these routes one can explored "off-beat" destinations also. A wide range of accommodation like tourism hotels, private hotels, guest houses, home stays, rest houses etc. are available in these areas


By Air: The airport is at Jubbarhatti, 23 km from Shimla city and is connected to Delhi. Taxi/cabs are available

By Rail: Shimla is connected by a broadgauge line up to Kalka (90 km).  The journey between Kalka and Shimla takes about six hours and is one of the finest ways of enjoying the landscape. The quaint rail car, which runs on this stretch, takes about five hours. A luxury coach that accommodates six persons has recentely been introduced and can be attached to any train of your choice. The Shivalik Express is a deluxe train on this route. Delhi (380 km), Chandigarh (120 km) and Kalka (90 km) from Shimla

By Road: Shimla is connected by road to all major cities in north India. Taxi cabs for Shimla are available at Delhi, Chandigarh, Ambala and Kalka. Several state-run transport corporations including the Himachal Tourism Development Corporations ply Volvo ac and deluxe buses from Delhi and Chandigarh. Buses can also be chartered

Dharamshala, Kangra and Palampur

By Air: The airport at Gaggal is 14 km from Dharamshala, 10 km from Kangra and 23 km from its twin town Mcleodganj. Palampur is 40 km away. Taxis are available

By Rail: Pathankot is the closest broadgauge railhead and is 85 km from Dharamshala and 124 km from Palampur. Taxis are available. You can opt for the narrow gauge train for a taste of the area. It connects Pathankot to Jogindernagar. The station feeding Dharamshala is Kangra Mandir (20 km) and the one for Palampur is Maranda

By Road: Dharamshala is accessible from National Highway No. 20 and is well linked to the region. It is 12 km from Gaggal town. Palampur is 38 km from Dharamshala and even independently is well linked. Dharamshala is 17 km from Kangra

An interesting variation of the standard can be made by taking the train from Delhi up to Jalandhar or Una and then traveling by road. En route you can visit the shrines of Chintpurni, Jawalamukhi and Bajreshwari Devi (Kangra). The shrine of Naina Devi is also easily accessible if you opt for the Nangal railway station. The road distance from Jalandhar to Dharamshala is 165 km along this route 

Kullu and Manali

By Air: The airport at Bhuntar is the common base that feeds these towns. This is 10 km from Kullu and 50 km from Manali. Public transport buses and taxis are available

By Road: Kullu and Manali are connected by an extensive network of road with the northen region. Air-conditioned and non air-conditioned deluxe coaches are run by  HRTC, HPTDC and by private sector operators. National Highway No. 21 runs through the valley and connects Chandigarh and Delhi. Kullu is 535 km from Delhi 

Dalhousie and Chamba

By Air: The closest airport is at Gaggal (Kangra) near Dharamshala which is 125 km (Approx) from Dalhousie and 170 km (Approx) from Chamba via Banikhet route. Taxis are available

By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Pathankot 85 km from Dalhousie and 120 km from Chamba . Taxis are available

By Road: Both Dalhousie and Chamba are well connected by road. Taxis and regular coaches connect the towns

Nahan, Paonta and Renuka (Sirmaur)

By Air: The closest airport is at Chandigarh

By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Ambala and Kalka . Taxi's are available

By Road: From Ambala, Chandigarh & Kalka and Dehradun. Regular bus service connect the towns. Paonta Sahib is 45 km and Renuka is 38 km from Nahan

Events in Himachal

International Shimla Summer Festival :-  Every year in the month of May/June International Shimla Summer Festival is organised by district administration for the attraction of the tourists. Cultural activities are the major attractions. This year the festival was celebrated from 1st to 5th June, 2014

Winter Carnival Manali :- The annual Winter Carnival, Manali was celebrated from 2nd January to 6th January, 2014

Ice Skating Festival :- Ice-skating competitions organised at Shimla for whole some entertainment for the tourists and locals . Ice-skating normally begins in early December and carries on to February.

Renuka Fair :- Religious fair, cultural Programmes organized during the evenings. A Whole some entertainment for the tourists and locals. This annual fair is scheduled to be organised in October/November, 2014 at Renuka Ji (Sirmaur)

Lavi Fair :- A trade festival, cultural programmes organized during evenings. Every year the Lavi fair is organised between 11th to 14th November at Rampur, 130 km from Shimla. This is an International festival of trade of dry Fruits, Handicrafts and Handlooms etc

Hamir Utsav :- Cultural programmes show casing the folk music and dances of Himachal Pradesh and other states. The Hamir Utsav is celebrated in the memory of existence of Hamirpur Distt

Tribal Festival :- It is organised in the last week of October to first week of November at Reckong Peo (Kinnaur). Variety of cultural programme organized

Kullu Dussehra :- It is a week long international level fair held every year during October. The International Kullu Dussehra fair is scheduled to be held in October, 2014 at Kullu. The major attraction of the fair was the assembly of hundreds of local deities with the main deity Raghunath ji. Other activities like cultural programmes, exhibitions were also organized

Paragliding :- The paragliding site at Bir-Billing in Kangra district near Baijnath is regarded as among the best in the world for Paragliding. Billing (2290 m) is the take-off site and Bir (1400 m) is the village at the landing site.The road distance between the two is 14 km. Bir is sheltered by the Dhauladhar mountains and the ridges behind keep rising to 3000 mtrs, 4000 mtrs, 5000 mtrs and one after the other so as pilot can fly at 4000 mtrs and still watch the mountains tower above. Bir is a beautiful village surrounded by tea gardens and spectacular scenery, whereas Billing offers unique opportunities for high altitude and cross country flying and flights of 180 kms have been achieved from here.All along the bottom of the ridges runs a parallel road from Mandi to Dharamshala and beyond which assures easy recovery for pilots after landing. The most important feature of this region is its weather. On bad weather days one can still fly 20-30 kms and on good days 100 kms is not difficult. October & November are the ideal months for flying in autumn and March to May i.e spring is also flyable but conditions are very strong in spring with thermals of 6-12 mtrs/sec and cloudbase of 4000 to 6000 mtrs.

The small towns of Taragarh, Baijnath and Jogindernagar are close to Bir- Billing and large town of Palampur is 29 km from Bir

Ashiwin Navratra Mela :- During the Chaitra Navratra in March/April and Ashiwin Navratra's in September/October, large number of Pilgrims visit the temples of Shaktipeeths-Sri Naina Devi, Chintpurni Devi, Jwala Devi, Bajreshwari Devi, Chamunda Devi to seek the blessings of the Goddess Durga

Sair Festival :- Sair is celebrated in the different parts of the State. The Sair Festival at Arki in District Solan is the major attraction for the visitors. This festival is organized in mid-September

Phulaich Fair :- The Phulaich fair is celebrated in Kinnaur district in the month of September every year. A famous flower was brought by the local people from the top of the peak for the Devta Pooja and they perform the dance in a series of sequences

Minjar mela :- Minjar is the most popular fair of Chamba which is attended by a large number of people from every nook and corner of the district. This mela is held on the second Sunday of the Shravana month (i.e. Between last week of July to first week of August). The fair is announced by distribution of Minjar which is a silk tassel worn on some parts of the dress by men and women alike. This tassel symbolises the shoots of paddy and maize which make their appearance around this time of the year. The week long International fair begins when the Minjar flag is hoisted in historical Chowgan. The town of Chamba wears a colourful look with every person turning out in best attire.Most part of the Chowgan is converted into markets and people do brisk business during this week. Sports and cultural programmes are organised. Earlier the Raja and now the chief guest throws a coconut, a rupee, a seasonal fruit and a Minjar tied in a red piece of cloth - Lohan - as offering to the river. This is followed by all the people throwing their Minjars into the river. Traditional Kumjari-Malhar is sung by the local artists. Undoubtedly Chamba is at its very best during this International fair that generally falls in the month of July/ August

Gemur :- It is 18 kms. from Keylong in Bhaga valley where devil dance is held during July in the Local Gompa. The place is situated on Manali-Leh highway

World Tourism Day :- World Tourism Day is celebrated by Department of Tourism & Civil Aviation, Govt of H.P. by organising various programmes/activities on 27th September in association with other organisations at Shimla and at district headquarters

Tour Packages

Enjoy your tour with bonfire near Beas River where you can experience a life away from crowd with Peacefulness and refreshing wind. Don't forget to get up early in the morning so that you can see a real beauty of valley when sun arises near the River. The moments become magical when you and your partner or family clicks the picture of this beautiful natural scenery.  We at Gautam and Gautam Group always make sure that there is no stone kept unturned to make you Happy when you are on a trip with us Because " We don't sale tours, We sale Experience "  

There are many tour Packages which can be selected from following list. Rates will be forwarded on request only

A. Budget Category :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+River Side Camps+Pick up and Drop+Sightseeing)

B. Deluxe Category :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+ Hotel+ Mountain Trekking + Pickup and Drop+Sightseeing)

C. Super Deluxe Category :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+Cottages near Beas River+ River Rafting+Pickup and Drop+Sightseeing)

D. Royal Category :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+Hotel near Beas River+River Rafting+Paragliding+Pickup & Drop+Sightseeing)

E. Kings Category :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+Hotel near Beas River+D.J. with Bonfire+River Rafting+Pickup & Drop + Paragliding+Sightseeing)

F. Adventurous Tour Category :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+Jungle Camps+Adventure Activities with D.J. and Bonfire+Sightseeing)

G. Group Tour of Students :- (Ac Volvo Bus Tickets Delhi to Manali and Manali to Delhi+Camps+Adventure Activities with D.J. +Bonfire +Mountain Trekking+Sightseeing)

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