Manali-Kasol Tour Package For Himachal By Cab

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Manali-Kasol Tour Package for Himachal is one of the top selling packages of Himachal from Delhi. With a 3 nights 4 days Himachal itinerary and cab transfers for intercity and intra city travel, this is perfect long weekend getaway from Delhi.

This best Himachal tour packages includes 2 nights in Manali and 1 night in Kasol. Perfect for friends and corporate outings, it offers a lot of fun and interesting activities. Key tourist spots covered include Rohtang Pass, Solang Valley, Kullu Valley, and Manikaran Gurudwara.

Further, the itinerary and the complete Himachal package are completely customisable. You can choose the sightseeing stops as well as the activities you wish you to try. While Manali stay will be heavy on sightseeing and activities, Kasol is the place to relax. The comfortable 4 days itinerary ensures you get time to visit the hot springs of Manikaran and also check out the finger-licking Israeli food at the famous cafes in Kasol.

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Package name    Manali-Kasol Tour Package For Himachal By Cab

Duration    3 Nights / 4 Days

Price (Per Person On Twin Sharing)     11500

Package Start From     Delhi

Best Time to Visit     In Winter- October To Feb  & In Summer- Apr to June 

Tour Details

Day 1    Destination - Cab transfer fromDelhi to Manali

Meals    :      Dinner

Upon arrival in Delhi, a private cab will take you to Manali. Reach, check-in and then you have rest of the day at leisure. End your night with a delicious spread of dinner in hotel’s main restaurant.

Day 2    Destination - Manali: Day excursion to Rohtang Pass

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner

Start the second day with a sumptuous breakfast in the hotel. Once done, you will be driven down to Rohtang Pass. Enjoy the next few hours amidst the majestic mountains and their snow-white glory. Indulge in various adventure-fun activities like sledging, skiing, yak riding, etc. While descending to Manali, there will be halts at Rahalla Falls and Solang Valley. A few more pit stops at Marhi, Nehru Kund, and the local market will make your day memorable. On return to the hotel, you will be treated to a delicious night meal. Enjoy the food and have the rest of the night to yourself. Note: Due to unfavorable weather, Rohtang Pass is closed from November to May. During this time, tourists will be taken to Solang Valley instead Optional: At SnowPoint near Rohtang Pass, you can try adventure activities like paragliding, skiing, and Zorbing. Tip: Rohtang Pass is closed on Tuesdays. Plan your trip accordingly

Day 3    Destination - Kasol: Excursion to Kullu Valley

Meals    :      Breakfast & Dinner

After breakfast in hotel, check out and head to Kasol. On the way, you can visit Kullu Valley. The famous Manikaran Gurudwara is also nearby. You can take a plunge into the hot springs and enjoy the pious serenity of the place. From there, further ahead there will be Kasol – the mini-Israel of India. Check-in to your hotel and set out to explore the beautiful hill station. River Parvati nearby is an ideal chilling spot. Spend a lazy evening by the paddy fields. To cap the night off, have a delicious dinner in hotel and enjoy peace and calm associated with the place.

Day 4    Destination - Delhi: Departure

Meals    :      Breakfast



Accommodation as per tour itinerary

Daily buffet breakfast in hotel

Daily dinner in hotel

Transfers: Destination – Hotel – Destination

All tours & transfers on private basis

All taxes



Early check in charges

Expenses of personal nature such as drinks

Tips and porter charges

Charges for activities

Any additional expenses incurred due to any technical faults

Any Travel Insurance Premium

Any items or services not specified in the cost inclusions

Rohtang pass permit

Heater charges


When is the best time to visit Himachal?
Although, Himachal is a year-round destination, it still has specific best periods to visit, as per the traveler’s preference. To have pleasant weather, visit Himachal during the months of September to November.
Is Kasol a good place to go for holidays in Himachal?
Kasol is one of the most beautiful, tranquil place in Himachal, and yet not very expensive. These three qualities make Kasol a good vacationing destination in Himachal.
If the weather conditions don’t allow a visit to Rohtang Pass, then what will be the day like?
If weather does not permit a visit to Rohtang Pass then the day can be used to take a city tour or an optional tour.



On the banks of Parvati River lies a photogenic hamlet of Kasol, also referred to as the ‘Little Israel of India’. Laidback and serene, Kasol is popular among backpackers and hippies, and with good reason. The stunning landscape of snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, scenic waterfalls and undisturbed trekking routes makes it a paradise for nature lovers and trekkers, while the abundance of charming cafes, budget-friendly stay options and relaxed vibe makes it an amazing spot to backpack through.

While you’re in the region, it is worth exploring the nearby tiny hamlets, such as Chalal, which is known for its trance and psychedelic parties; Malana, known for its Malana Cream (cannabis); Rasol and Tosh, which are replete with lush greenery and tranquillity.


Also called the Queen of Hills, Shimla is a gorgeous colonial hill station, where picturesque vistas will greet you at every nook. A perfect place to wander, Shimla showcases some of the best colonial-era architecture, including the Viceregal Lodge, the Town Hall, Gaiety Theatre and the Christ Church. The city’s location at the foothills of the Himalayas amidst the lush greenery and snow-covered mountains makes it a perfect place for trekking and other outdoor fun. The appeal of the Queen of Hills increases manifold when the winter sets in – the entire city gets enveloped in snow, a sight to remember!


At an elevation of 1,900 meters lies a small colonial town of Kasauli. The town has little in terms of attractions, commerce and population. However, that’s exactly where its beauty and appeal lies – its unadulterated air, serene and peaceful vibe, and an abundance of nature is what attracts travellers. The places you can visit include the Baptish Church, Christ Church, Kasauli Brewery, Monkey Point, Nahri temple and Kasauli Club.



Nestled in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley, Dharamshala enjoys one of the best climates in Himachal. Surrounded by snow-laden peaks of Dhauladhar mountains and lush pine and deodar forests, the town is brimming with cultural and architectural attractions, along with a great number of restaurants, cafes and shops catering to its extensive multicultural Indian and Tibetan communities. Its suburbs, such as McLeod Ganj (India’s Mini Tibet), Dharamkot, Sindhbari, Ramnagar and Naddi are worth exploring. Also, with a plethora of trekking trails, waterfalls and scenic valleys, the town beckons adventurers from across the world.

Spiti Valley

At an altitude of 3,810 meters, Spiti Valley is a remote village up in the cold desert mountains. Despite the fact it is fairly isolated, plenty of spiritual and adventure travellers are gradually making their way to Spiti to explore its many Buddhist monasteries scattered throughout the area, and indulge in thrilling activities, such as trekking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and wildlife spotting. In addition, it is surrounded by several high-altitude villages, like Tabo, Kaza, Dhankar, Kibber, Komic and Langza, which can also be explored on your trip to Spiti.


Situated at an altitude of 2,050 meters on the River Beas valley, Manali is a picture-perfect hilly retreat that draws in hordes of tourists every year. The picturesque landscape comprising lush pine and deodar forests, snow-covered mountains, scenic meadows, waterfalls and valleys attracts adventurers and nature lovers alike. Alternatively, the ancient temples and Tibetan monasteries beckon spiritual enthusiasts.



In the Kinnaur district of Himachal lies a small yet charming village, Chitkul, which is perhaps the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. There isn’t much to see and do in the hamlet, however, its scenic landscape encompassing lush green vegetation, snow-laden mountains and apple orchards, and tranquil vibe make it an ideal place for those looking to be at one with nature – in peace and quiet. Of particular interest is its quaint houses, complete with wooden or slate roofs, and a temple that houses a 500-year-old deity of the town.

Bir Billing

Despite its tiny size, Bir Billing is the it-place for paragliding in India. Also called the ‘Paragliding Capital of India’, Bir Billing boasts salubrious weather year-round and a spectacular landscape, which attracts thrillseekers and backpackers from across the world. The place offers panoramic vistas of the undulating beauty of the Himalayan mountain ranges.



Dalhousie is a year-round holiday destination, but looks all the more stunning in the winter months, when the entire hill town is blanketed in white sheet. Brimming with mountains, cascading waterfalls, lakes and lush pine and oak trees, adventure enthusiasts love to come to Dalhousie to partake in outdoor activities, like trekking, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking and camping. While the peaceful atmosphere and pristine nature lures nature lovers and peace seekers alike.


Khajjiar is a tiny slice of paradise amidst the dense deodar forests, verdant meadows and snow-capped Himalayas. Nicknamed the ‘Mini Switzerland of India’, visitors can explore its gorgeous scenery, get up-close with the exotic wildlife at the Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, and take part in outdoor activities, such as forest trekking, zorbing, horse riding and paragliding at the Khajjiar Lake. An unmissable spot here is the 12th-century Khaji Nag temple. Dedicated to Lord of Serpents (Khaji Nag), the temple stands out with its beautiful architecture, which is a concoction of Hindu and Muslim styles.

1. Illiterati, Dharamshala

Books with a view? Illiterati is a cafe like no other. Flanked by popular photographers, backpackers, and avid readers, people just love to revel with a book or a camera overlooking a spellbinding mountainscape. Plush interiors, an intellectual crowd, the food at its best and a view, unlike the rest. What more would you want in Dharamshala?

2. The Lazy Dog, Manali

International cuisines, beautiful interiors, an old-world charm, and a riverside seating, there's nothing that you can't like about this cafe. The suspended lamps and the bamboo furnishings set a very lazy but cosy mood at dusk. The cafe is literally nestled amidst the gigantic mountains and the running river makes for a unique view from the cafe. Food is just indescribable. The hammocks, bean bags and wooden chairs at the small terrace at the back add to the laid back vibe of the cafe making it completely chill-worthy!

3. Wake & Bake, Shimla 

Cafe Wake & Bake is a place with breathtaking views and satiating food choices. The awe-inspiring walls filled with 3D art is the perfect add-on to the cozy space housed in Wake and Bake. The vibrant yellow windows have a charm of their own and the Townhall view overlooking the cafe is just what you need along with your dose of a piping hot beverage. Read a book, gorge on your meals and chill away at this amazing little space! 

4. Stone Garden Cafe, Kasol

Stone Garden Cafe is a cafe specializing in Israeli food and great music. Extremely popular amidst foreigners and experimental locals, the visitors keep coming back for more. The Live music, peppy ambience and offbeat food attract a great footfall of Kasol making it a pretty popular hangout spot. We can say it's one of the most popular chill spots of the mountainscapes. The quirky paintings embellishing the walls will have you gawking at them all the time. Jam and drink away at this super cool cafe! 

5. Sunshine Cafe, Manali 

A not so exotic cafe with its look, Sunshine cafe goes over the top with nothing but it's food options. If you have a sweet tooth, this is just the right place for you. Its burgers are heavenly and the dessert options will leave you with a sugar rush. The cafe is pretty simple with basic furniture for seating and a bluish-green theme, but its food rivals some of the best cafes in Manali. A hidden gem in old Manali, you can't afford to miss out hanging in this cosy-breezy cafe! 

6. Freedom cafe, Vashisht, Kullu

Freedom cafe is one with the ethereal views. An outdoor seating overlooking a magnificent mountainscape is exactly what your dining view should look like in Himachal. And what about a piping hot delish meal? Freedom cafe has food that will have you salivating before you dig in. The beverages are just a perfect accompanist to the chilly weather and the dishes are oh-so-scrumptious. From breakfast to a later night dinner, Freedom cafe is all welcome at any time. 

7. Jim Morrison Cafe, Kasol 

If you like spending hours without being poked, Jim Morrison cafe is the right place to head to. The food at dirt cheap prices, a literal artsy vibe, eclectic but pleasant surroundings and a place to lay down with WiFi, it is the ultimate chill zone of Kasol. with an amalgam of nature, music and amazing food, nothing can go wrong with this one. With an outdoor chair seating and an indoor floor seating, you can pick the right place to sit. It's rustic, reminisces Jim Morrison's music and it also has an amazing view of the little downtown. 

8. The Johnson’s Cafe, Kullu 

A high-end cafe amidst the picturesque hills of Manali. An alfresco seating, all things wooden and a green carpet all around, the class and poise of this cafe are unparalleled. European cuisine dominates the menu here and visitors don't really get a reason to complain as everything is pitch-perfect. Even though it is nestled in a hotel, it is frequented by outsiders. Good food, great ambience and positive surroundings of The Johnson's cafe make for the best hang-out spot with your friends and family. Oh and if you're looking for something posh, this one's perfect. 

9. Cafe Evergreen, Manali  

Cafe Evergreen is one of the most popular cafes of Kasol which serves mouth-watering Israeli, Chinese, Mexican, Iranian, Indian and multi-cuisine food. Visiting here is like a ritual and one of the top things to do in Kasol. You will also get an incredible view of the mountains from the outdoor seating. The multi-coloured hues of the cafe through the colourful drapes emit a vibrant vibe to the cafe.  It is basically the best of two worlds- food with a view. You will be leaving this cafe with a little pang of separation in your heart and a desire to revisit soon.

10. Cafe Shimla Times, Shimla 

Cafe Shimla Times welcomes you into a typical hilly home ambience. You're greeted by an old Fiat as soon as you step foot into the vicinity of the cafe. Distressed tables, ceilings with beautiful murals, books and an incredible panorama of the city will keep you gripped to the gorgeousness of everything this cafe has to offer. Just hang and chill with some delectable food options (mostly international cuisines). You just can't miss out on this one. 

1. Norwood Green Resort, Palampur

Located in Bundla Tea Estate, Norwood Green is said to be the best tea estate resort in Himachal. Despite being an old concept, its beautiful infrastructure is well-equipped with all modern-day comforts. The surrounding tea gardens and pine forests make the resort an ideal place to unwind and rejuvenate. The rich aroma wafting from tea leaves adds to the overall charm of this beautiful resort.

2. Wildflower Hall, Shimla

A part of the popular Oberoi Hospitality chain, Wildflower Hall is a luxury resort, set amidst high cedar trees in Shimla. Besides a luxury stay, Wildflower Hall boasts one of the top luxury spas in India. The property has excellent reviews and a string of awards to its credit. Don’t miss the blissful spa pavilion, which is set amongst cedar forests, with a view of snow-capped mountains.


3. Oberoi Cecil, Shimla

An old construction (over 132 years) that reeks of colonial charm, Oberoi Cecil is a posh heritage hotel in the heart of Himachal – Shimla. Stay here to enjoy the old world elegance that is accentuated with the resort’s rustic furniture, English fireplaces, and wooden floors. The welcoming ambiance is a breath of fresh air.

Imposed on high mountains, this resort in Himachal Pradesh near Chandigarh offer spectacular views of valleys, mountains, and beyond.

4. Moksha Spa, Parwanoo

Sprawled over 20,000 sq.m., Moksha Spa is one of the largest spa resorts in India. Perched on Shivalik Ranges, the resort offers the best a range of rejuvenating sessions of yoga and soothing indulgence with its spas. Guests can choose from various soul-soothing and mind-relieving experiences.

Just five hour’s drive from Delhi, Moksha Spa is a popular choice for weekend getaways from Delhi. A perfect retreat for fun vacations and weekend getaways – Moksha has undoubtedly earned its tag of one of the best resorts in Himachal. Are you ready to visit one of the most

5. Suryavilas Luxury Resort & Spa, Solan

A luxury resort in Himachal, Suryavilas is known for its contemporary Balinese design and architecture. With rooms classified to meet the personal choices of guests, Suryavilas is an ideal choice of resort in Himachal for families and business travelers. The resort is known for its well-equipped architecture with all modern technologies and facilities.

Suryavilas is one of the best spa resorts in Himachal and features center for holistic therapies and indulging treatments. Some of its famous Ayurvedic therapies are known to restore vitality as well as soothe mind, body, and soul. The multi-cuisine in-house dining facility caters to a different set of travelers.

6. Baikunth Resort, Kasauli

Sprawling over 5 acres of pine forests, Baikunth Resort is nestled among the greenery of Kasauli. The gorgeous property is secluded to the extent that you only hear leaves rustling and birds chirping in the background. Flourishing forests and vegetation come as a breath of fresh air for people who are stuck in the bustling life of metropolitans.

Truly a retreat, this luxurious resort in Kasauli offers 35 rooms and cottages. Such less number of rooms ensure privacy and eliteness. Each of these cottages and rooms has its own balcony that offers amazing views of valleys and mountains of Dhauladhar Ranges.

7. The Himalayan Spa Resort, Manali

A Gothic facade castle, with its eight Victorian cottages and an outdoor swimming pool, The Himalayan is one of the best luxury resorts in Manali. Nestled amidst apple orchards and cherry gardens, this Medieval era resort will transport you back in time.

Tucked away in a privileged backdrop of mountains and orchards, The Himalayan is an ideal choice for family vacations and couple getaways. Resplendent surroundings, plunging waterfalls, quaint cottages, flourishing orchards, and overlooking mountain peaks ensure you have a complete retreat away from city’s hustle and bustle.

8. The Chalets Naldehra, Shimla-Tattapani-Mandi Road

Chalets Naldehra is a picturesque luxury resort in Himachal Pradesh. Located on the transit road of Shimla-Tattapani-Mandi, it has duplex cottages, double bedroom bungalows, four-bedroom bungalows, family chalets, and apartment. The huge variety of cottages and suites makes it ideal for a leisure stay, family vacations, adventure outings, corporate bonding, and even golfing weekends.

Every room of the resort is paneled with wood to give it a complete feel of being an original chalet of the west. Crackling fireplaces add to the charm. Further, Chalets Naldehra features Himachal’s first revolving restaurant, 360 Degree Top of the World, which specializes in multi-cuisine culinary delights.

9. Suro Treehouse Resort

Featuring an exclusive restaurant overlooking the stunning mountains and lush green valleys in the backdrop, this exclusive boutique resort is a roughly 32 km distance from Solan. It’s strategic location amid the scenic landscapes around and close proximity to Shimla, Solan, and even Chandigarh Airport makes it a good spot to stay in Himachal. So, are you ready to experience a comfortable staycation at one of the best offbeat resorts in Himachal?

10. Manuallaya The Resort & Spa

With a fitness center, an outdoor pool, three in-house restaurants serving freshly prepared Indian, Chinese, Tibetan, and light lunch meals, you cannot go wrong with this resort. Not only do their rooms have a charming view of the lush sceneries around, but they also have amazing spa facilities with sauna and steam inclusions. Did this resort entice you enough to go on a vacay immediately?


Being one of the most popular adventure activities in Himachal Pradesh for honeymooners, trekking attracts adventure tour lovers from across the world parallel running mountains are making wonderful valleys that are ideal for trekking. According to experts, you will get a chance of trekking at more than 270 trails across the state. You can enjoy from small light treks to long distance treks through natural realm as diverse as snow clad mountain slopes. Some of the famous trekking points include Kinnaru to Kailash trek, Pin Parvati Trek, Bara to Bhangal, Bharmour to Padum Trek and Spiti to Garhwal. You have to choose the right one that is ideal for you.


Rafting is another wonderful adventure activity to get involved. Flowing water of various snow fed rivers make ideal base for white water rafting adventure activities in Himachal Pradesh. You will also enjoy a variety of other water sports like sailing water skiing, rowing and canoeing in Himachal Pradesh. You will enjoy canoeing in cascading waters of 4 of the 5 tributaries of Indus – namely Satluj close to Shimla Chenab in the valley of Lahual Beas close to Kullu and Ravi near the beautiful town of Chamba.

Mountaineering and Rock Climbing

These wonderful adventure tour activities are ideal to explore and to let you enjoy your holidays in a way like never before. You will find various wonderful slopes and places that are ideal to keep you busy and enticed for the time to come.

Motor Bike Tours

Royal Enfield and other powerful bikes are run and drive on mountain slopes that is a wonderful experience. You will also enjoy scenic beauty and those ways where reaching by 4 wheeler is not possible. It is one of the most popular adventure activities to keep you busy. You will explore amazing ways and routes that you cannot see in cars. The chance in culture, terrain, landscape and vegetation is very obvious through the journey as a landscape changes from green to different shapes of brown Manali-Leh route and Lahaul Spiti Route are the most popular routes to enjoy your motor biking tour.


If you are on your adventure holiday tours to Himachal Pradesh and planning to explore the wonderful sports, paragliding is the best option for you to enjoy your holidays. There are various wonderful places like Bijli Mahadeo in Bhunter, Bundla Dhar in Bilaspur, Intkali near the state capital Shimla, Manali, Solang and Bir in Kangra.

Explore Roads

Another most popular adventure activities and things to do in Himachal Pradesh, biking on un-metal roads is very much preferred by youngsters who love to reach on the extreme level of adventure activities. You can see groups of bikers enjoying ride here.

Ice Skating

Ice skating is another wonderful adventure sport and an activity to explore near and in Shimla. From December to February are the best months of ice skating. You can also enjoy ice hockey during your tour here in winter months. You will enjoy such sports at Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba, Rohatang Pass and Chanderkhani Pass.

Jeep Safari

It is another wonderful adventure activity that will provide you an experience for lifetime. For safari lovers, it is a paradise that will provide you some of the wonderful activities to get involved in. some of the wonderful safari tracks include Shimla, passing through Kinnaur, Spiti and go all the way to Lahaul through Kunzum Pass

Gandhi Chowk Shopping Plaza

Gandhi Chowk is a place to shop and eat .. various small shops selling clothes, jewellery, warm clothing, curious etc.. also complimenting them are various small restaurants... Chat and omlette pav carts serving the most aeronautic food.. a time to relax and most often buy things you do not want ..

Gandhi Chowk is a place to shop and eat .. various small shops selling clothes, jewellery, warm clothing, curious etc.. also complimenting them are various small restaurants... Chat and omlette pav carts serving the most aeronautic food.. a time to relax and most often buy things you do not want ..

Maximus Mall

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