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CULTURAL TOURS >> Himachal Special

Day 1 Arrive Delhi. :
You will be received upon arrival and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

 

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Day 2 Delhi. :
Today, first you will have a tour of Old Delhi. Old Delhi pulses with the energy and colour, the hustle and bustle of thronged bazaars and is laced by a maze of narrow lanes which twist and turn between tall, leaning houses full of the sights, sounds and aromas of the Indian sub-continent In Old Delhi you will see the famous Red Fort (from outside only) surrounded by shops, and bazaars (built by the Emperor Shah Jehan - the builder of Taj Mahal), the Jama Masjid mosque with its tapering minarets and wonderful marble domes, Chandni Chowk (Old Delhi's business nerve centre), the hustle-bustle of everyday Indian life all around you and chattering voices. Enjoy a rickshaw ride in the by-lanes of the old city. In the afternoon, visit Qutab Minar, Humayun’s Tomb and drive past Government Buildings…. As a complete contrast, New Delhi stands in formal splendour, like a lone sentry guarding an outpost of a long-gone empire. It is a city of wide boulevards which offers ever-changing perspec¬tives of Lutyen's landscaped city. It is a city rich with formal parks and you'll see the magnificent Parliament Building and the Rashtrapati Bhawan (the official residence of the President of India in the 330 acres of land and designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens), once the awe-inspiring residence of the British Viceroys and now the Presidential Palace, the Raj Ghat (cremation site of Mahatama Gandhi), India Gate (a majestic 42 mts high arch, built as a memorial to the Indian Soldiers killed in World War I), Humanyun's Tomb (built in the 16th century and architecturally the fore runner of the Taj Mahal, has Mughal Architecture at its graceful best).

 

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Day 3 Delhi – Chandigarh - Shimla :
This morning you will be driven to railway station to board Shatabdi Express (0740-1100 hours) and upon arrival you will be received in Chandigarh and drive to Shimla. Arrive in Shimla in the late afternoon and rest of the day at leisure.

 

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Day 4 Shimla :
Morning enjoy a tour of Shimla, visiting Mall Road, Viceroy House and other beautiful building. In the afternoon you may go for a short excursion to Chail.

 

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Day 5 Shimla – Dharamshala :
This morning you will be driven to Dharamshala (6 hours) You will arrive in Dharamshala around noon and would be at leisure for the rest of the day or you may explore the little town walking.

 

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Day 6 Dharamshala :
Perched atop the idyllic Kangra valley, Dharamshala is a cool serene hill station. The township is surrounded by mountains on three sides and faces the snow. The valley and the surrounding hills of Dharamshala are thickly wooded with oak. The snow line is perhaps more easily accessible at Dharamshala than at any other hill resort and is quite possible to trek up to it. Today a large number of Tibetans have made in this salubrious place their temples, educational institutions, hospitals and art centres; everyone and everything lending a distinct Tibetan flavour and lifestyle. The town varies in height from 1250 metres at the bazaar to 1768 metres at McLeodganj – in fact, the town is divided between Lower and Upper Dharamshala. Upper Dharamshala or McLeodganj is the headquarters of His Holiness The Dalai Lama, who settled here after his flight across the Himalayas following the Chinese invasion of Tibet in October 1959. Today you will explore the town of Dharamshala…. You will visit The Namgyal Monastery, known as Little Lhasa and a major attraction in McLeodganj. This cathedral opposite the Dalai Lama’s residence resembles the one in Lhasa and is a 5-minute walk from the main bazaar. It contains large gilded bronzes of Buddha, Avalokitesvara and Padmasambhava. Dalai Lama often leads the prayers when he is in the residence and if you sign up at the security office, an audience with him is possible during his public discourses. The Nechung Monastery in Gangchen Kyishon has a Tibetan library with a wide range of books, magazines and a museum. The central Tibetan Administration Offices are located here and you can also attend lectures and classes on Tibetan culture and Buddhism. From McLeodganj, there are a number of interesting walks. The shrine of Bhagasunath is a 2-km stroll. The shrine is famous for its ancient temple and also has spring which is considered sacred by the Hindus. You may undertake this walk in the afternoon returning early evening.

 

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Day 7 Dharmshala – Amritsar :
You will be driven to Amritsar and upon arrival you will check in at the hotel.

 

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Day 8 Amritsar :
This morning you will be visiting Golden Temple, Durgayana Temple, Jaliyan Walla Bagh. In the afternoon you will be visiting Bagha Border to view the flag ceremonies.

 

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Day 9 Amritsar – Delhi :
Drive to railway station to board Shatabdi Express (0510-1105 hours) for Delhi. Rest of the day free to explore the city and later in the evening you will be driven to airport for your flight to next destination.

 



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