Name Tour: Exotic Himachal  Tour 

                                        Duration Tour: 11 days/10 nights
                     

                                 


Tourist Places: Delhi – Chandigarh – Shimla – Manali – Dharamsala – Amritsar.
Detailed information about this travel package.


DAY 01: DELHI 

Arrive Delhi: On arrival at the Delhi International Airport and Transfer to your hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel in Delhi.

DAY 02: DELHI
Morning breakfast in hotel & proceed to city tour of Old Delhi and New Delhi visiting Raj Ghat and Shanti Van – the cremation sites of Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, Jama Masjid and drive past Red Fort and Chandni Chowk. Afternoon visit Qutub Minar built by Qutub-ud-Din Aibek in 1199, Humayun’s Tomb, India Gate (War Memorial Arch ), Lakshminarayan Temple – a modern Hindu Temple. Also drive past President’s House, Parliament House, Akshardham Temple. Overnight stay at the hotel in Delhi.

DAY 03: DELHI- CHANDIGARH – SHIMLA (350 Km/08-09 Hrs)
After Breakfast, drive to Chandigarh. On arrival in Chandigarh a small tour of the city You will visit the famous rock Garden, created by the sculptor-lover by the name of Nek Chand. A unique Park with an area of about 16 hectares, famous for the huge number of sculptures created from industrial waste and discarded household items. The Park is like a maze with open spaces, artificial ponds, and waterfalls. Next, You will visit the Sukhna lake and the largest in Asia rose Park, which is more than 1600 varieties of roses.
After driving to Shimla. Shimla is capital of Himachal Pradesh. The city was the summer capital of British India. which of course, could not affect the architecture: beautiful streets, historic mansions, and promenade. The city is located on a steep hillside. Today Shimla is perhaps the best hill resort of India with a helipad, Golf, cricket, horse riding, and high-class hotels. Here, as in the old days, moving to rest the country’s elite to escape from the summer heat. On arrival check in at the hotel.


DAY 04: SHIMLA
After Breakfast tour to Shimla. We will walk along the ridge is the center of the life of Shimla. You will find the residence of the Viceroy of India. Next, we travel to the top of mount Jakhu (2450 m) the highest point in Shimla. Here built the jakhu temple in honor of the Lord of monkeys Hanuman, who according to the epic Ramayana, stayed here when he pulled a herb Sanjivini: it was needed to treat the wounded brother of Rama Lakshmana.
Then You’ll go for the oldest ski resort in India – Kufri, operating since 1854 and which is just 19 km from Shimla. Quite nearby Himalayan nature Park and Tourist Park Indira, where guests can ride on yaks. Return to Shimla. Overnight at the hotel.


DAY 05: SHIMLA – MANALI (260 km /06-07 6 Hrs)
After Breakfast drive to Manali. en route the photograph of falls, temples and the hills. arrival in Manali and check in at the hotel. Manali is a little town in Kullu valley in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The city stands on the ancient trade route between India and Tibet. Manali is famous for its stunning panoramic mountain views and untouched nature. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 06: 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.
After Breakfast drive to 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. after visit excursion Vashisht Village, Tibetan Monastery, Solang Valley, 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 & LoKrishnaana. Roerich art gallery houses the paintings and sculptures of Nicholas Roerich. Evening visit to The Mall Manali. Overnight at hotel in Manali.

DAY 07: MANALI – DHARAMSALA (245 km/ about 7 Hrs)
After Breakfast You will travel to Dharamsala. On the way stop at the ancient temple of Lord Shiva temple in Baijnath. On arrival in Dharamsala, check in hotel.
Dharamsala is a mountain residence located on one of the minor peaks of the range Tuladhar, 17 km North-East of Kangra town. Densely overgrown with coniferous and deciduous trees, a city with three sides surrounded by snow-capped mountains, and on the fourth side overlooks the valley. The snow line in Dharamsala closer than any other mountain town. With the 60-ies, when there was located the temporary residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Dharamsala has gained international fame often called “Little Indian Lhasa”.


DAY 08: DHARAMSALA – MECLODGANJ – KANGRA
After breakfast city tour Meclodegunj. enjoy the full day pleasure trip of Mcleodganj, the place is situated 13 Kms from Dharamshala. It is a very attractive place also known as Upper Dharamshala which showcasing Tibetan structural design and living. The main appeals of this place are Tsuglagkhang Complex, a very significant Buddhist place of worship, Tibetan Museum, Tibetan Library and the Tibetan Institute of drama Arts. It is also a house of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Later tour of Dharamshala visit Museum of Kangra art – The museum houses a collection of the famous Kangra miniature paintings, sculptures, and pottery etc, Kotwali Bazaar, War Memorial. Overnight stay the at resort.

DAY 09: DHARMSALA – AMRITSAR (210 Km/03-04 Hrs)
After breakfast drive to Amritsar. up on arrival in Amritsar check in the hotel. evening visit the Wagah border to see the Indo-Pak pred closing ceremony. After free for visit market. night stay in Amritsar.

DAY 10: AMRITSAR – DELHI (450 Km/06-07 Hrs)
After Morning 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. At the er drive to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi. Overnight stay in hotel Delhi.

DAY 11: DELHI
After breakfast transfer to Delhi International Airport to Connect your Onward Flight Journey.


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 fair, strike or any other natural calamities. Personal nature Expenses i.e. Telephone Calls, laundry, Soft/hard drink, Meals, Tipping etc.


About Chandigarh

Chandigarh's Capitol Complex was in July 2016 declared by UNESCO as World Heritage at the 40th session of World Heritage Conference held in Istanbul. UNESCO inscription was under "The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier an outstanding contribution to the Modern Movement". The Capitol Complex buildings include the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Punjab and Haryana Secretariat and Punjab and Haryana Assembly along with monuments Open hand, Martyrs Memorial, Geometric Hill and Tower of Shadow and the Rock Garden. The city has one of the highest per capita incomes in the country. The city was reported to be one of the cleanest in India based on a national government study. The union territory also heads the list of Indian states and territories according to Human Development Index. In 2015, a survey by LG Electronics, ranked it as the happiest city in India over the happiness index. The metropolitan area of Chandigarh–Mohali–Panchkula collectively forms a Tri-city, with a combined population of over 1,611,770.


Chandigarh is a city and a union territory in India that serves as the capital of the two neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana. The city is unique as it is not a part of either of the two states but is governed directly by the Union Government, which administers all such territories in the country.
Chandigarh is bordered by the state of Punjab to the north, the west and the south, and to the state of Haryana to the east. It is considered to be a part of the Chandigarh capital region or Greater Chandigarh, which includes Chandigarh, and the city of Panchkula (in Haryana) and cities of Kharar, Kurali, Mohali, Zirakpur (in Punjab). It is located 260 km (162 miles) north of New Delhi, 229 km (143 miles) southeast of Amritsar. It was one of the early planned cities in post-independent India and is internationally known for its architecture and urban design. The master plan of the city was prepared by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier, which transformed from earlier plans created by the Polish architect Maciej Nowicki and the American planner Albert Mayer. Most of the government buildings and housing in the city were designed by the Chandigarh Capital Project Team headed by Le Corbusier, Jane Drew and Maxwell Fry. In 2015, an article published by BBC named Chandigarh as one of the few master-planned cities in the world to have succeeded in terms of combining monumental architecture, cultural growth and modernisation.


About Shimla

Shimla is also known as Simla, is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Shimla is also a district which is bounded by the state of Uttarakhand in the south-east, districts of Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, Sirmaur in the south and Solan in the west. In 1864, Shimla was declared as the summer capital of British India, succeeding Murree, northeast of Rawalpindi. After independence, the city became the capital of Punjab and was later made the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It is the principal commercial, cultural and educational centre of the state. Small hamlets were recorded prior to 1815 when British forces took control of the area. The climatic conditions attracted the British to establish the city in the dense forests of Himalayas. As the summer capital, Shimla hosted many important political meetings including the Simla Accord of 1914 and the Simla Conference of 1945. After independence, the state of Himachal Pradesh came into being in 1948 as a result of integration of 28 princely states. Even after independence, the city remained an important political centre, hosting the Simla Agreement of 1972. After reorganisation of state of Himachal Pradesh, the existing Mahasu district was named Shimla.

Shimla is home to a number of buildings that are styled in the Tudorbethan and neo - Gothic architectures dating from the colonial era, as well as multiple temples and churches. The colonial architecture and churches, the temples and the natural environment of the city attracts tourists. Attractions include the Viceroy Lodge, the Christ Church, the Jakhoo Temple, the Mall Road and the Ridge, which together form the city centre. The Kalka–Shimla Railway line built by the British, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is also a major tourist attraction. Owing to its steep terrain, Shimla hosts the mountain biking race MTB Himalaya, which started in 2005 and is regarded as the biggest event of its kind in South Asia. Shimla also has the largest natural ice skating rink in South Asia. Apart from being a tourism centre, the city is also an educational hub with a number of colleges and research institutions.


About Dharamsala

Dharamshala (also spelled Dharamsala) is the district headquarters of Kangra district in India. It was formerly known as Bhagsu. The Dalai Lama's residence and the headquarters of the Central Tibetan Administration (the Tibetan government in exile) are in Dharamshala. Dharamshala is 18 km (11 mi) from Kangra. Dharamshala has been selected as one of the hundred Indian cities to be developed as a smart city under PM Narendra Modi's flagship Smart Cities Mission. On 19 January 2017, Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh declared Dharamshala as the second capital of Himachal Pradesh state, making Himachal Pradesh the third state of India with two capitals after Jammu and Kashmirand Maharashtra.


History of Kangra

Kangra is known for having the oldest serving Royal Dynasty in the world, the Katoch. In 1758, Raja Ghamand Chand was appointed nazim or governor of Jullundur Doab under the Afghans. Ghamand Chand was a brave and strong ruler who restored the prestige of Kangra. As he was unable to capture Kangra fort, he built another fort at Tira Sujanpur on the left bank of the Beas, almost opposite to Alampur on a hill overlooking the town. He died in 1774 and was succeeded by his son, Tegh Chand, who died too soon in 1775. Kangra was annexed by Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Sikh Empire in 1810. Kangra became a district of British India in 1846, when it was ceded to British India at the conclusion of the First Anglo-Sikh War. The British district included the present-day districts of Kangra, Hamirpur, Kullu, and Lahul and Spiti. Kangra District was part of the British province of Punjab. The administrative headquarters of the district were initially at Kangra, but were moved to Dharamshala in 1855.

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