Himanchal Pradesh Trip

Himanchal Pradesh

  • Himachal Pradesh is known as the 'Devbhumi' meaning 'Abode of gods'
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A journey that contrasts Tibetan and Hindu cultures; a patchwork of Himalayan vistas. The journey from the Indus Valley to the Himalayan plateaus, where the traveler falls between the earth and the sky, is a memorable one. This area is located on the northern borders of India.
Your adventure to Ladakh begins with one of the most breathtaking flights in the world over the Himalayan mountain range. Your journey will be marked by splendor, introspection, tranquillity, and spirituality. This itinerary enables you to get a first-hand introduction to Ladakh, this stunning region of the Himalayas that is one of the most isolated in the world, from the monasteries of the Indus Valley to the Changtang lakes.


Day 1: Arrive In New delhi

departure for a tour of the republic’s capital. Delhi, home to almost 19 million people, is clearly split into the new city (New Delhi) and the old city (Old Delhi). Take a rikshaw ride. Chandni Old-fashioned commercial area Chowk, mosque Jama Masjid, red fort, India Gate (triumphal arch), presidential palace Rajpath, lotus temple, famous SIKH temple, etc. In the motel for the night.

Day 2: Amritsar

Transfer to the station in the morning, where we will board the Shatabdi-Express, one of India’s most exquisite trains, for breakfast. Arrival in Amristar, the capital of Punjab, followed by a transfer to the hotel and a visit to the important Golden Temple in the Sikh metropolis. A hotel room night.

Day 3: Dharamshala

Departure for Dharamsala after breakfast. Visit the location of the Masroor cave temples in route, then arrive in the evening. Taking a stroll in the evening to fit in with the Indo-Tibetan residents of Mac Leodganj. A hotel room night.

Day 4: dharamshala-Bir- Dharamshala

Day off for sightseeing, meditation, and paragliding if you so choose.

The Dhauladhar hills bend around the hill town of Dharamshala on its three sides, covering it in dense oak and coniferous forests. It has a lot to offer, including historical museums, churches, monasteries, and trekking paths. Among the top tourist destinations are the ancient Chamunda Temple, Dalailama Temple, Namgyalma Stupa, Bhagsunath Temple, Norbulingka Institute, Gyula Monastery, and Indru Nag. There are many trekking trails that begin in Dharamshala. The key hiking paths in this area include Bhagsu Falls, Dharamkot, Triund, Ilaqa, Toral Pass, Bhimghasutri Pass, Dunali, and Kareri Lake.

Day 5: chandigarh

a contemporary, well-organized city. In the 1950s, French architect and urban planner Le Corbusier (born in Switzerland) created plans for Chandigarh that adhered to contemporary planning guidelines for a city hosting the International Congress of Modern Architecture. With a literacy rate of 97%, Chandigarh is renowned for its Stone Garden, also known as the Rock Garden, which was created by Padam Shri Nek Chand from salvaged materials, and the Rose Garden in Sector 16. Sukhna Lake in sector 1. In the motel for the night.



Day 6: Rishikesh

Travel to Rishikesh, which is situated at the base of the Himalayas and on the banks of the Ganges. One of the sacred cities for Hindus, known since medieval times as the celestial abode of the gods and which attracts thousands of pilgrims. Visit this sanctuary of Saints and Sadhus. Nights at the Hotel.


Day 7: Rishikesh Delhi/leh

Early morning flying to Leh at a height of 3,500 meters.


At the end of the morning, take a nap at the hotel to aid with acclimatization.

Visit Sankar, a little monastery known for its beautiful frescoes. Walk down a nice walk through fields and alleys to get back to town.


Day 8: leh

Visit the Tiksey monastery at prayer time in the early morning. This monastery is well-known for its frescoes. A huge Buddha statue can be found inside the gompa.

Visit the Hemis monastery, the most significant and well-known in Ladakh, which was established in the 17th century.

Then explore the Shey complex, which served as the Ladakhi monarchs’ palace until the 16th century.

Day 9: leh delhi

Your driver drives you to the airport this morning while you have your head in the clouds, your body at ease, and your mind at ease. You sincerely thank him for being with you throughout your entire journey. After arriving in Delhi, you depart with your personal driver to check into your hotel and leave your luggage there before exploring the Indian metropolis. Why not stop by the incredibly large and lavishly painted Agrasen Ki Baoli? This historical site is tucked away near Connaught Place, part of the undiscovered Delhi. There is nothing better than dining in the hip Hauz Khaz village neighborhood in the evening.


Day 10: delhi-indra gandhi international airport

Return Flight
Why not treat yourself to a wonderful moment of well-being during an Indian Ayurvedic massage, depending on the time of your flight? Its activity, which is based on the idea of harmonizing the body’s energies, is perfect for capping off your holiday in style. In accordance with your requests, your driver is always available to you prior to takeoff. You can visit and see the amazing tomb of Nizamuddin or the India Gate, which is the counterpart of the Indian triumphal arch. After that, your driver will transport you back to the airport to catch your onward journey. We’re wrapping up our offerings. This tour can be expanded with additional modules. Contact one of our travel specialists at any time with your inquiries.

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