|Category ||Cost per person on |
twin sharing basis
|Cost per child |
with extra bed
|Cost per child |
without extra bed
|Budget ||AED 2,599 ||AED 1,550 ||AED 1,414 |
|Deluxe ||AED 2,999 ||AED 1,650 ||AED 1,549 |
|Luxury ||AED 3,590 ||AED 2,180 ||AED 1,739 |
More about Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh is famous for its natural and scenic beauty, hill stations such as Kullu and Manali, and religious landmarks. It derives its name from the Sanskrit word, Hima meaning snow. Hence, the literal meaning of Himachal is "in the lap of the Himalayas".
Shimla, or Simla, is the capital city of Himachal Pradesh and because of its favourable weather and dense forests, it was the summer capital of the British government from 1864 to 1947. Major attractions here include the Viceroy Lodge, Mall Road, The Ridge, and the Christ Church.
Manali is a valley snuggled in the mountains at an altitude of 2,050 metres in the Beas River Valley. One of the most popular tourist spots in India, specially for backpacking and honeymoon trips, Shimla serves as the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti district and Leh in Himachal Pradesh.
Chandigarh is a union territory in India and serves as the capital of both Punjab and Haryana. It is well known for its architecture and the urban design as the city was designed by modernist architect, Le Corbusier.
*Prices include return economy class flights. Prices are quoted per person on a twin-sharing basis in a standard room with inclusions listed above. Blackout dates are applicable. Additional options are available upon request. Prices are valid until 31 July 2017. Prices are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice depending on travel dates and availability. Easy monthly payment plans are available from select participating banks through Musafir Holidays retail outlets and are subject to approval. All photos and videos shown are illustrative. Actual services may differ.Terms apply.
*In the event of a cancellation, 10% of the holiday amount is non-refundable. Refunds will be based on how many days prior to your booked departure we receive your cancellation notice, with the charges increasing closer to your departure date. If the cancellation is received prior to 45 days or more of departure, full price of the non-refundable tickets will be deducted; 44 - 31 days prior to departure, 25% of the total amount will be deducted; if the holiday is cancelled 30 - 15 days prior to departure 50% of the total amount will be deducted; if the trip is cancelled 14 - 10 days prior to departure, 75% of the total amount will be deducted; and if the trip is cancelled 10 days prior to departure, 100% of the total amount will be deducted. In case of any non-refundable tickets, the entire amount of the ticket is deducted.