Unforgettable Himachal

The tour starts from Amritsar, the most holy place for the followers of Sikhism. Thousands of pilgrims from all over the world throng the Golden Temple here, which is surrounded by a lake. The tour continues on to the Kangra Valley, dominated by the Dhauladhar mountain range. Dharamshala is the seat of the Tibetan Government in exile and the residence of the Dalai Lama. A drive to Mandi brings us to this ancient and important commercial centre, from where we proceed to Rewalsar, a popular pilgrimage site for Buddhists, Hindus and Sikhs. The next stop is the lush green Kullu Valley, a valley of gods and goddesses; we will move on to Manali in upper Kullu Valley and explore old villages and nature rich trails. We move south to Shimla, summer capital of the British Raj. Then we leave the mountains to visit Chandigarh, known for its urban planning, prosperity and sophistication. The city features a Rock Garden among its many attractions.

Day 1: Arrival in Amritsar. 

Day 2: Amritsar to Dalhousie, 199 kms. 

Day 3: Dalhousie to Dharamshala 121 kms. 

Day 4: Explore Dharamshala. 

Day 5: Dharamshala to Manali, 234 kms. 

Day 6: Explore Manali. 

Day 7: Manali – Snow point – Manali 

Day 8: Explore Kullu-Kasol- Manikaran, 80 kms. 

Day 9: Manali to Shimla 250 kms. 

Day 10: Shimla to Chandigarh, 150 kms. 

Day 11: Departure

Day 1: Arrival in Amritsar. 
Morning arrival in Amritsar. Check in at the hotel. Visit the city. Amritsar translates as ‘pool of nectar’, the name of the sacred pool surrounding the Sikh Golden Temple. A causeway connects to the temple in the middle of the pool. A Sikh high priest reads the holy book, sitting on the east side of the temple. The temple attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Wagah Border is the Indo-Pakistan border 30 kms drive away, where the retreat ceremony on the road to Lahore is an interesting experience at Sunset.

Day 2: Amritsar to Dalhousie, 199 kms.
After breakfast, proceed to Dalhousie. After reaching Dalhousie visit to Panchpula and Kalatop. Evening stroll on the streets of Dalhousie. Overnight in hotel.

Day 3: Dalhousie to Dharamshala, 121 kms. 
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and proceed to Dharamshala after visiting Khajjiar. This small town, very nearby to Dalhousie is also known as the 'Mini Switzerland' or the 'Switzerland of India'. Check in at the hotel in Dharamshala. Evening stroll with the Indo-Tibetan crowd on the streets of Mecleodganj. Night in hotel. 

Day 4: Explore Dharamshala 
A former colonial retreat, Mcleodganj rose to prominence after the large-scale exodus of Tibetans from their homeland in 1959. It is the residence (Ocean of Tranquillity) of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama. In the backdrop are the majestic Dhauladhar mountains. The Tibetan Government in exile has been based here for over three and a half decades. Visit to Bhagsu Nag temple and waterfall, and Dal Lake in the vicinity. Time permitting, the Tibetan handicraft centre can also be visited. Night in hotel. 

Day 5: Dharamshala to Manali, 234 kms.
Relish a tasty breakfast and later, proceed to Manali. On the way, visit Baijnath temple and enjoy the beauty of Mandi, Pandoh Dam, Hanogi Devi Temple and Vaishno Devi Temple in Kullu. As soon as you arrive in Manali, check in at the hotel. Enjoy a delicious dinner and overnight stay at a hotel, in Manali. 

Day 6: Explore Manali 
Visit the temple of Manu in old Manali, Tibetan Monastery and the hot water spring at Vashisht. The Hadimba Devi temple is famous for its association with the Mahabharata. Jagatsukh was the capital of Kullu in olden times and has the temple of Gayatri Devi. Nagar is 20 kms away and has a castle, the temple of Goddess Tripurasundry, a Shiva temple, and the well-known Roerich Art Gallery. Evening back to Manali for night in hotel. 

Day 7: Manali – Snow point – Manali 
After breakfast, drive to Solang/ Gulaba and indulge in adventurous activities like parachuting, skiing, paragliding or zorbing etc. Return to the hotel in Manali, where dinner and overnight stay facilities are arranged. 

Day 8: Full-day Trip to Kullu-Kasol-Manikaran, 80 kms 
After a lip-smacking breakfast, get ready for a full day's excursion to Manikaran. Kasol is a hamlet in the district Kullu. It is situated in Parvati Valley, on the banks of the Parvati River, on the way between Kullu and Manikaran. You can enjoy river rafting in Bhuntar. Overnight stay at the hotel. 

Day 9: Manali to Shimla, 250 kms. 
The road passes through several villages. Magnificent views of the Himalayan foothills. Shimla-the ancient summer capital of the British Raj, also known as queen of the hills. An evening stroll on the mall to mingle with the natives. Night in hotel. 

Day 10: Shimla to Chandigarh, 150 kms. 
After Breakfast, a visit to Kufri. Situated near the Himalayan range, Kufri is a picturesque hill station situated 20 km from Shimla. After lunch, take the zigzag road down to Chandigarh. After reaching Chandigarh, visit Rock Garden which is an epitome of creativity and innovation. It is a unique garden that consists of various art objects. The best part about the rock garden is that each of its artwork has been made by using industrial & urban waste and is one of the most visited sites after Taj Mahal. If time permits, A visit to Sukhna, an artificial, manmade lake. 

Day 11: Departure
After breakfast, drop facility to the Railway Station/ Airport/ Bus Stand will be provided.


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    Unforgettable Himachal

    India Easy
    • Region: Amritsar, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh

    • Activity: Cultural Tour

    • Duration: 11 Days

    • Season: Round the year

    • Grade: Easy


    • Amritsar: Center of Sikh religion.

    • Dharamshala: Capital of Tibetan Government in exile.

    • Kullu-Manali: Valley of the Gods.

    • Shimla: Summer capital of the British Raj.

    • Chandigarh: A modern well-planned city.

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    ₹ 20000




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