Arrive Delhi: On arrival at the Delhi International Airport and Transfer to your hotel. Overnight stay in Delhi.
After breakfast drive to Amritsar. Upon arrival in Amritsar Check in the hotel in Amritsar. Amritsar: – Located in the state of Punjab, Amritsar is one of the most important pilgrimage centers especially for the Sikhs in the country. The city is characterized by some must visit religious and historical sites. Later visit The Golden Temple, which is located in the heart of the city, where Sikhs from all over the world come to pay their devotions to Guru Granth Sahib and take a dip in the Amrit Saras Kund (Pool of Immortality) for spiritual purification is the major landmark here. The Jallianwala Bagh, a historical monument that tells the sad story of mass killing during the independence movement in India. Here lies the memorial of the martyrs of the 1919 massacre by British General Dyer. The Durgiana Mandir that is dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Durga, Baba Atal Rai Tower are some of the main tourist attractions out here. Evening visit to Wagha Border, Located 28 kilometers from the Amritsar main town on the Indo-Pakistan border. The most fascinating thing here is to see the change of guard’s ceremony and the flag hoisting and lowering activities, which are done with great skills by the border security forces of both the countries. Overnight stay at the hotel in Amritsar. DAY O3: AMRITSAR – SRINAGAR (450 km/ 08-09 hrs) After Breakfast drive to Srinagar, Enroute Enjoy the mountainous, Baghliyaar Hydro Electrical Project and Jawahar Tunnel which is 2.5 Kms Long. Also, relax at the Titanic Viewpoint which is the first view of the Kashmir Valley. On arrival Srinagar. Accommodation in hotel, Overnight at the hotel in Srinagar.
via CHANG LA PASS (5320 pts) After breakfast, drive to the spectacular Changthang Valley, winding your way over the exhilarating Chang La (5320m.)- The second highest point of our journey. The landscape on the way to Pangong is just spectacular. Overnight in a fixed camp or hotel.
DAY 09: PANGONG – LEH (154 Km/05-06 Hrs)
After breakfast Pangong Explore and drive back to Leh. The Lake is situated at 13,930 ft. / about 4300 m. above sea level and is 125 km long, but is only four km at its widest, and extends almost in a straight line, way to Tibet; in fact, only a quarter of the lake is in India. Enroute you will see some Himalayan marmots & migrated birds. Arrive at Leh and overnight stay in the hotel.
DAY 10: LEH – KHARDONGLA PASS (altitude 5600 m) (42 km/1-2 hours)
After Breakfast Drive to the pass of Khardongla (altitude 5600 m) – the highest road pass in the world, listed in the Guinness Book of records. Extraordinary view of snow-capped mountain peaks. In the second half of the day free time to explore Leh. Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 11: LEH – LAMAYURU (75 km/1-2 hours)
After Breakfast excursion trip to the village Lamayuru through Kaltsi (place of passport control). visit the ancient monastery Lamayuru, founded in the X century. In the afternoon return to Leh (4.5 hours). Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 12: LEH – KEYLONG (225 km/09-10 hours)
Early morning After Breakfast drive to Keylong. full day Travel. On arrival at Keylong. Overnight at hotel Keylong.
DAY 13: KEYLONG – MANALI (120 km/04-05 hours)
After Breakfast drives to Manali through the village of Jispa & cross the Rohtang Pass (3,978 pts), is a high mountain pass on the eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 51 km from Manali. It connects the Kullu Valley. Arrival in Manali, after visit excursion Vashisht Village, Tibetan Monastery, Solang Valley, Visit Naggar, visiting Roerich Art Gallery. Naggar: – Once the capital of erstwhile Kullu state, Naggar is delightfully situated on a wooded slope. One can find a large number of famous temples of Vishnu, Tripura Sundari & Lord Krishna. Roerich art gallery houses the paintings and sculptures of Nicholas Roerich. Evening visit to The Mall Manali. Overnight at hotel in Manali. Manali: – The Kullu valley in Himachal Pradesh has an ancient town called Manali. Surrounded by the snow-covered apex peaks and deodar forests. Manali is a flourishing Apple orchard industry, a popular honeymoon destination, and trailhead for in numerous treks and expeditions as well as an ideal place for adventure sports lovers and nature seekers.
DAY 14: MANALI – DELHI (565 km/08-09 hours)
After Breakfast drive to Delhi. full day journey arrival in Delhi. evening free time for shopping in the local market. Overnight at the hotel.
DAY 15: DELHI
Transfer to international airport for departure for your next destination.
Above Tour Cost Include:
Accommodation twin & double sharing Basis as per program. Daily breakfast & dinner at the hotel. All transportation by AC Deluxe Car Latest Model vehicle throughout the Tour. Services of our Assistance Representative for Airport Transfer as per the program. Services of English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Japanese, Chinese speaking Guides as per the itinerary. Mineral Water. Quote inclusive of presently applicable Government service taxes.
Above Tour Cost Does Not Include International flight.
Medical and insurance of any kind, Monument entrance fee. Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances like flight delay/cancellation/hike in fare, strike or any other natural calamities. Personal nature Expenses i.e. Telephone Calls, laundry, Soft/hard drink, Meals, Tipping etc.
Amritsar has a semi-arid climate typical of northwestern India and northeastern Pakistan. It has 5 seasons, winter, a period from mid-February to the end of March called "spring", a very hot summer (April-June), the monsoon season (July-September) and a so called "autumn" from mid-October to mid-Novemeber. Amritsar is 3rd coldest city in India during wintertime. Temperatures in the night are around 4°C (40°F), which is very cold by indian standards, and it is actually 3°C (6°F) lower than the city of Jammu more than 200km to the north. This happens partly due to the northeasterly winds blowing from the Himalayas, which also affects the rest of northern India, and partly due to its semi-arid nature. Temperatures reach the freezing point almost every year and the record low is -3.5°C (25.7°F). Snow is impossible as cold weather is accompanied by dry conditions. In spite of its cold nights though days can be quite pleasant with afternoon highs reaching 21°C (70°F) consistently. In mid-March is usually when the first 30°C (86°F), although sometimes it can occur much earlier. The heat is blistering during this time of the year and reaches its peak in June, when the average high is 40°C (104°F). Therefore visitors should be wary of heat strokes and stay hydrated. When the monsoon arrives in July, the heat changes from blistering to sweltering. This is reagarded as the worst time of the year to visit northwestern India as temperatures around 32°C (90°F) and very high humidity (77%) makes the atmosphere unbearable for most tourists and locals alike. When autumn arrives, it is reagrded as a cool welcome by the citizens of the city before winter begins again. Therefore, the best time of the year to visit the city is either February or November. If you intend to visit from March to October consider visiting early when humidity isn't very high.
Srinagar is the largest city and the summer capital of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It lies in the Kashmir Valley on the banks of the Jhelum River, a tributary of the Indus, and Dal and Anchar lakes. The city is known for its natural environment, gardens, waterfronts and houseboats. It is also known for traditional Kashmiri handicrafts and dried fruits. It is the northernmost city of India with over 1 million people.
The earliest records, such as Kalhana's Rajatarangini, the name Siri-nagar (or Sri-nagara) is mentioned, which in turn is a local transformation of the Sanskrit name Sūrya-nagar, meaning "City of the Sun". The name Sri-nagar is also used in the records of the Chinese Tang Dynasty.
Alternatively, which would make it the "City of Wealth".
Leh is a City in the Leh district of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It was the capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh, the seat of which was in the Leh Palace, the former mansion of the royal family of Ladakh, built in the same style and about the same time as the Potala Palace in Tibet, the chief residence of the Dalai Lama until the 14th Dalai Lama fled to Dharamshala, India, during the 1959 Tibetan uprising. Leh is at an altitude of 3,524 metres (11,562 ft), and is connected via National Highway 1 to Srinagar in the southwest and to Manali in the south via the Leh-Manali Highway. In 2010, Leh was heavily damaged by the sudden floods caused by a cloud burst.
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