Winter is the time when the allure of the cotton wool mountain range, rolling valleys, apple-laden orchards, cascading waterfalls, and verdant plantations is at its prime in Himachal. Rohtang Pass is already closed for tourists and Manali and Shimla are receiving generous amounts of snow.
Himachal Pradesh is a truly incredible state blessed with bounties of nature seldom found anywhere else in India. For many a traveler, Himachal is synonymous with North India tours.
Winter season sees scores of tourists from around the globe venture into this Himalayan kingdom to make the most of the weather and copious snow cover. An enduring haven for hippies, honeymooners, and thrill seekers alike, Himachal Pradesh situated in the lap of the western Himalayas is an ideal tour destination in India offering a mesmerizing holiday experience.
Himachal Sojourn by Indian Luxury Train is tastefully crafted to offer a blend of romance and adventure to honeymooners and adventure tourists alike.
The Himachal Sojourn package unfolds from Shimla, one of the most scenic hill stations in Himachal Pradesh, and last for a fortnight offering a mesmerizing journey to some of the most alluring destination of this bucolic retreat.
This 14-day tour package also includes a visit to Kullu-Manali and Manikaran, a sacred place for both Hindus and Sikhs and houses the world’s hottest Sulphur springs along with tours to McLeodganj, Dalhousie, Khajjiar, and Chamba.
The Himachal Sojourn by Indian Luxury Trains lasts for 13 nights and 14 days. The two-week-long itinerary is an eclectic mix of diverse experiences – snow-capped mountains, lush plantations, ancient temples, Buddhist monasteries, serene forests, and an array of adventure and snow sports activities. With the slopes of Himachal Pradesh draped in thick canopy of white snow with the advent of winter, Himachal is certainly a place to be this season.