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Himachal – In the Foothills of Himalayas

  /  Himachal – In the Foothills of Himalayas

Himachal – In the Foothills of Himalayas

Arrival: – Delhi – Shimla – Manali – Dharamshala

Duration: –   09 Nights/ 10 Days Program

City:                  Attraction

Delhi Raj Ghat, Jama Mosque, Chandni Chowk, Red Fort. Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar
Shimla Christ Church, Jakhu Temple, The ridge, The State Museum, The State Museum, Vice regal Lodge
Manali Naggar Castle, Hadimba Devi Temple, Buddhist Temple.
Dharamshala Dalai Lama Temple, Bhagsunag Fall & Temple, War Memorial, Church of St. John, Tibet Museum, Kangra Art Museum and Noburlinka Institute

 

Day – 1 Arrival Delhi

Meeting and assistance on arrival by our English speaking representative at airport and transfer to Hotel.

Delhi heart of India. Delhi’s official name is The National Capital Territory of Delhi. Delhi is a business city. Khari Baoli market in Delhi is Asia’s largest spice market. Delhi is not only a beautiful name but also a beautiful place.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day- 2 Delhi

After breakfast drive for full day city sightseeing with an accompanying guide.

First visit of Old Delhi. Drive past Red Fort built of red sandstone. Visit of Jama Masjid with the black and white onion dome and minarets. It is one of the most aesthetic mosque in India. Then visit Raj Ghat, where the cremation of Mahatma Gandhi had done in 1948.

Afternoon visit of New Delhi the new capital designed by Sir Edward Lutyens Drive past the Presidential Palace, the Parliament House and the Secretariat buildings- the center of all government activity and down the main avenue, the impressive Rajpath to the World War I memorial arch, the India Gate, the High Court Building and the Old Fort. Visit Humayun’s Tomb built in 1565 AD by his grieving widow Haji Begum, the Qutub Minar, 72 meters high and the ruins of Quwat-ul-Eslam (Light of Islam) Mosque See Delhi’s most curious antique, the deteriorate Iron Pillar, of the 4th century AD.

Later Drive back to hotel.

Overnight at Hotel.

Day – 3 Delhi – Shimla (By train)

Post breakfast in time transfer to railway station to board train for Shimla.

Meeting and assistance on Arrival at Shimla Railway station by our English Speaking representative and transfer to Hotel.

Shimla – Once the summer capital of India for the British Official during the Colonial Period, Shimla is one of the favourite tourist destinations in India. Being a small hill village named after the goddess “Shamla Devi, a manifestation of Kali”. Discovered by the British in 1819, it became a popular refuge from the heat of the plains of North India. By 1830, it has become established as a favourite hill-station. In 1903, a railway line was laid, connecting it to the plains, and thus making it easily accessible. Shimla’s salubrious climate helps make it a year-round destination.

Rest of the day is at leisure.

Overnight at the hotel.

Day -4 Shimla – Kufri – Shimla (By surface 14 Kms. Appox. 30 Mins)

After Breakfast proceed for Excursion to Kufri.

Kufri – The small hill station situated near Shimla and the Place is basically Popular for its nature Parks and Picnic spots. This place attracts the tourist form all over the world for enjoy seeking and tobogganing along its snow covered slopes.

Later Visit – Christ Church Christ Church, overlooking a ridge, was built in the 18th century. It is one of the landmarks of Shimla and also the second oldest church of North India. The beautifully built church has stained glass windows.

Jakhu Temple – Synonymous with Shimla, Jakhu Temple is ideally located at the highest point of the ridge. Dedicated to Lord Hanuman, the temple is surrounded with many monkeys. You can catch fantastic views of the valley from here. It is also the place to enjoy sunrise and sunset.

The Ridge – It is the large open space located in the centre of Shimla. You can capture wonderful views of the mountain ranges from here. It is also a famous landmark of the city.

The State Museum – The museum is perched on a hill inside a colonial building. It displays an interesting collection of historic sculptures and paintings of the state.

Viceregal Lodge – Once the abode of the then British Viceroy, Lord Dufferein, Viceregal Lodge is a must –see attraction. After India’s Independence it served as the summer retreat of the President of India. Located on the Observatory Hill of Shimla, it is also known as Rashtrapati Niwas. It was built in Jacobethan style.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day -5 Shimla – Manali (By Surface 246 Kms. Approx. 07 Hrs.)

Post breakfast drive to Manali, On arrival Check-In at the Hotel.

Manali – Once known as “the end of the habitable world,” Manali is one of the important hill station of northern India and is the destination of thousands of tourists every year from various parts of the world. Having a cool atmosphere, it provides a perfect heaven for the ones afflicted by the hot Indian summers. Apart from offering some awesome places for sightseeing, Manali is also famous for it’s adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking. In brief, Manalithe veritable “Valley of the Gods”- is an ideal place for the ones in search of both adventure and comfort.

Rest of the day is at Leisure.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day – 6 Manali – Solang Valley – Manali (By Surface 13 Kms. Approx. 40 Mins.)

After Breakfast proceed for Excursion to Solang valley. The Valley is popular for Adventure activities like paragliding, snowboarding, zorbing, also you can do camping under the stars, and the gondola and the Solang Ropeway.

Free time to Enjoy and take part to the activities.

Later drive back to Manali.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day – 7 Manali

Post breakfast, proceed for sightseeing of Manali visiting Naggar Castle; the former capital of Kullu, this town lies on the left bank of River Beas, 21 kilometres from Manali.

Hadimba Devi Temple: Stop by Dhungri forest on the way to Old Manali to visit the ancient Hadimba temple (also known as Dhungri temple).  It’s dedicated to Goddess Hadimba, the wife of Bhima from the Hindu epic the Mahabharata.

Buddist Temple: There’s a small Tibetan colony just south of Manali town that’s worth visiting for its serene and soothing Buddhist temples, and shops selling Tibetan handicrafts and carpets.The Himalayan Nyinmapa Gompa, the home of a huge gold statue of Lord Buddha. The temple is beautifully illuminated at night.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day – 8 Manali – Dharamshala (By Surface 216 Kms. Approx. 07 Hrs.)

After breakfast drive to Dharamshala, on arrival check-in at The hotel.

Dharamshala – It’s a beautiful journey crossing the mountain where His Holiness Dalai Lama lives in exile. On arrival check-in at the hotel. As located in the upper reaches of Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh at an average altitude of 1,475 meters above sea level, it is surrounded by a thick cover of deodar cedar trees and the seat of the 14th Dalai Lama of the Tibetan sect of Buddhism and one of the major strong holds for the Tibetan refugees. This town has been a popular tourist destination due to its picturesque surroundings and the presence of the Dalai Lama, both for the Indians and the foreign tourists.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day – 9 Dharamshala

After Breakfast proceed for City Sightseeing visiting Mcleodganj visiting Dalai Lama Temple Complex, Bhagsunag Fall & Temple, Church of St. John, War Memorial, Tibet Museum, Kangra Art Museum, Cricket Stadium and Norburlinka Institute.

Overnight at the Hotel.

Day – 10 Dharamshala – Amritsar – Delhi (Dharamshala to Amritsar By Surface – 203 Kms. Approx. 05 Hrs. & Amritsar to Delhi by Flight)

After breakfast leave for Amritsar Airport to catch Flight for Delhi. On arrival at Delhi transfer to IGI Airport to catch the flight for onward destination.

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