Visit the picturesque city of Shimla in the North Western Himalayan Range. When in Shimla, visit one of the most enduring legacies of the British rule the second oldest Neo Gothic styled Christ Church. This church has strikingly beautiful stained glass windows. The Pipe-Organ the church houses is the biggest in the Indian sub-continent. If you visit the Ridge in Shimla you will enjoy a pleasant walk as the movement of traffic is strictly prohibited here. You should be present here during the summer festival. This tour includes Manali, also known as the ‘Valley of the Gods’. There is a legend attached that the sage Manu disembarked of his ark in Manali after the deluge, to recreate human life. Manali gets its name from the sage Manu. Trout and apple trees have been introduced to this place by the British. And till date, plum and pear along with the apple is the source of income for most of the inhabitants. Have you heard of a best planned city in India with unmatched quality of life? It is the city of Chandigarh. You will witness here the co-existence of modernization with nature. This city is rightly called ‘The City Beautiful’, and it is the immaculate cleanliness of this green city that deserves highest appreciation. Rajendra Park, Fitness Trails, Bougainvillea Garden, Rose Garden, Shanti Kunj are some of the gardens here and there are many more. If you visit any area in Chandigarh you will find yourself surrounded by Nature’s freshness and beauty.