Kufri Tour Packages

16 km from Shimla, at the height of 2,633 mts, is a small hill station of Kufri. Famous for its trekking and hiking trails, it’s also known for nature parks and picnic spots. It offers spectacular and panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks. Backdrops.... Know More

16 km from Shimla, at the height of 2,633 mts, is a small hill station of Kufri. Famous for its trekking and hiking trails, it’s also known for nature parks and picnic spots. It offers spectacular and panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks. Backdrops of snow-covered mountains and some amazing views of natural vistas attract nature lovers to this place.  Through thick cedar woods one can walk up to the Mahasu Peak, or visit the little zoo. It is well-known for its beautiful and cool revitalizing atmosphere. This sprawling hill station set amongst the picturesque Shivalik range and Shimla hills has a number of tourist spots and important temples, apart from its beautiful natural surroundings. The place is also recognized widely for the adventure sports festivals it hosts every year, skiing and tobogganing competitions being one of it. Know Less

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  • 1. What is the best way to reach Himachal? arrow_drop_down

    You can reach Himachal best by road or air. There are a number of Volvo buses and non-AC buses available from Delhi to different locations in Himachal that runs at an average gap of 30 minutes from Kashmere Gate. There are three main airports of Himachal Pradesh- Gaggal airport in Kangra, Jubbarhatti airport in Shimla and Bhuntar airport in Kullu. Flights run from Delhi to these locations. The airports are seasonal and operation is subject to weather conditions. It is advisable to travel by road.

  • 2. How is the weather in Himachal Pradesh? arrow_drop_down

    Summers: The summer season in Himachal begins in the month of May and continues until August. The temperature in summers varies from 22-37 degrees Celsius. Monsoons: The monsoon seasons begins in the month of July with moderate rains and continues until September. The average rainfall received during this period is 3800 mm and temperature varies from 18-30 degrees Celsius. This is considered off-season to travel to Himachal due to heavy rainfalls and risk of landslides, however, the rates fall during this time. Winters: The winters are the best time to visit Himachal to see it covered in snow. The temperature varies from 0-15 degrees Celsius and in some areas can go below zero as well. The winter season begins in the month of October and continues till March.

  • 3. How many days do I need to travel all around Himachal? arrow_drop_down

    You need at least 8-10 days to travel around the main destinations in Himachal which includes- Shimla, Manali, Dalhousie and Dharamshala.

  • 4. When can I book a ticket for toy train in Shimla? arrow_drop_down

    The booking for toy train begins online one month before the date of journey. You can book your tickets through IRCTC or other online vendors. Try to book your tickets as early as possible as the availability of tickets is very low due to the high demand of tourists all around the year. Station code of Shimla- SML

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