• Chandigarh Shimla Kufri Pinjore Garden Kurukshetra  : North India

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Departure :  6:00:00 Am    Return  :  9:30:00 Pm

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Duration 3 Days 2 Night Dep. Mon, Thu  6.00 Am Arr. Wed, Sat 9.30 Pm 
Tour by  Volvo Coach with Non AC Room Accommodation 2 Night at Shimla
Meals Day 1-2 Breakfast, lunch, Dinner Day 3 Breakfast, Lunch

Things to carry :- Medicine, Sweater, Shawl & Sport shoes.
Fair Excludes:- Entry fee during sightseeing. Boating, Horse at Kufri, Portage, and Laundry
Notes :- All distance & timings featured are approximate. All tours are subject to Terms & conditions.

Chandigarh- Shimla -Kufri Pinjore Garden- Kurukshetra

Dep. : -Every Mon. & Thu. 6.00 Am                                                                Return : Wed. & Sat. 9.00 Pm

Day

Time

Schedule

Night Halt

1

06.00 Am

Delhi to Chandigarh 250 km. 6 hours

Sight Seeing Rose Garden, Rock Garden, Sukhana Lake

 

 

05.00 Pm

Chandigarh to Shimla 110 km 3 hour

Shimla

2

09.00 Am

Shimla to Kufri   18 km 1 hour

 

 

10.00 Am

Kufri sight seeing

 

 

03.00 Pm

Kufri to Shimla   (Shimla & Mall Road Sight Seeing)

Shimla

3

07.00 Am

Shimla to Pinjore Garden 82 km 3 hours

 

 

11.00 Am

Pinjore Garden

 

 

01.00 Pm

Pinjore Garden to Kurukshetra  142 Km

 

 

05.00 Pm

Kurukshetra To Delhi160 Km 4 hour

Tour Concludes



Place Covered

The Mall Road: It is famous street of Shimla known for shopping. At this street you can find everything that tourists’ look for like garments store, pub, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and other retail stores. You will find it great place as for anything you don’t have to face any kind of hassle.


Christ Church: It is the second oldest Church of Northern India built during British rule. The church is very beautiful and symbolizes faith, charity, peace, and harmony. You can find tourists following different religion visiting the church.


Jakhu Hill: It is one of the highest hills of this region and tourist love to see the peak as they can view whole Shimla from the top of the hill. In addition, it can be if you are at Shimla then from Jakhu Hill you can view the mountains of Himalayas cover with snow. 


Shimla State Museum: The museum was built in 1974 at Shimla. It is the museum, which shows the bad effects of deforestation and also culture of the state. You can also see many things related to culture and handicraft of Himachal Pradesh.


Kurukshetra is the land where the Mahabharata war was fought. This war land boasts the place where Lord Krishna used to preach the Bhagwad Gita to Arjuna, his disciple. The Indian mythology refers to the plenty of Ashrams, temples and religious places of Kurukshetra. These places serve as a magnet for the religious tourists to visit Kurukshetra. History evidences that King Ashoka swarmed this place with people from different nations due its culture and knowledge


It is located at the foothills of the Himalayan Shivalik range. It is considered to be the neatest and first smoke free city in India. Renowned for its structural design and captivating town design, Chandigarh is an ideal place to visit some of the most fascinating places. While the creative Rock Garden is popular for its ceramic recycled finished statuettes, cactus garden and rose garden house countless species of cactus scrubs and roses respectively.  Further, the beautiful Sukhana Lake welcomes you if your long journey has exhausted you.  This city is not only a home to the famous Mango festival, but its serenity and picturesque beauty makes it a perfect destination for various water sports such as, water skiing, yachting, boating and Kayaking.


A botanical garden designed in 1967, spread over thirty acres of the land, with more than fifty thousand bushes of around 1600 diverse species is located in Chandigarh. The Asia’s largest garden, known as the Rose garden, is named after ZakirHussain, India’s former president. The garden not only encompasses roses, but also plenty of trees having medicinal value


Extended over twelve acres of woody land; Rock Garden in Chandigarh is the humble creation of the road inspector Nek Chand. Located near Capitol Complex, this place attracts a lot of tourists to Chandigarh because they love to see how the waste material is converted into creative textures and patterns in this garden.


Sukhana Lake is a mesmerizing man-made lake in Chandigarh which is located at the foothills of the Himalayan Shivalik range.  It was created in 1958 and is three km long. Chandigarh’s Sukhana Lake is a famous tourist spot as people come here to enjoy the cool breeze and natural beauty of the place. It serves as an excellent picnic spot and offers the opportunity to go for various water sports like yachting, boating and water skiing etc.


Shimla, with an altitude of 7864 ft., above the sea level, is considered to be the ideal tourism capital of India. Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh, enjoys the label of an Educational city because of the many superior quality educational institutions located here. The major tourist attraction is Kalka- Shimla railway line, which is the UNESCO world heritage site and named as mountain railways. Shimla is the home to the Kali temple which is one of the major attractions for the tourists here. Further, Mall road is considered to be the heart of the Shimla city and is always crowded with the vendors selling all types of items from winter wear to local made items.


Kufri was formerly a part of Nepal, but this area was observed and exposed by the British in India. It is mainly a tiny hill station having almost all the things that a tourist might need.  The major attractions of this place are Mahasu Peak, which is Kufri’s highest peak and Indira Tourist Park that gives the mesmerizing landscape of the cities and majestic mountains around.