Delhi - Manali - Delhi

Duration : 6 nights & 7 days

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Duration :  17 days

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Best of Himachal Tour

Long India Tour Duration :  20 days    
 
Best of Himachal Tour
Duration: 10 days / 9 nights
Destination: Pathan kot – Dalhousie –Khajjiar – Chamba – Dharamshala – Pragpur – Manali - Chandigarh

DAY 01 : Pathan Kot – Dalhousie
Pathankot - Dalhousie Our executive will pick from Chakki bank or Pathankot railway station/ Airport & start journey for Dalhousie- check in hotel- Evening visit to Mall Road- night at hotel.


Day 2: Dalhousie –Khajjiar
Dalhousie - Khajjiar - Dalhousie. Morning after breakfast visit to Sat Dhara - Panjpula (Picnic spot) - Kalatop - Lakkarmandi - Khajjiar ( Known as Mini Switzerland) - evening back to hotel.



Day 3: Dalhousie - Chabma - Dalhousie
Dalhousie - Chamba - Dalhousie after breakfast proceed to Rock garden- Chamba town- Chamba Chowgan-evening back to hotel-overnight at hotel.




Day 4: Dalhousie - Dharamshala
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and leave for Dharamshala, upon arrival check into the hotel, After some rest go for round of Bhagsu temple & water fall - night at hotel.

Day 5: Dharamshala
Dharamshala local. Morning after breakfast proceed to Bhagsunag ( Dharamsala) - Dalai lama temple - Mcleodganj - Dal Lake - Naddi - night at hotel.

Day 6: Dharamshala - Pragpur
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and leave for Pragpur, upon arrival transfer to Paragpur Judges Court, a heritage property where you enjoy traditional hospitality of the royal family. Pragpur is a medieval "heritage" village with cobblestone streets and slate-roofed houses.

Day 7: Pragpur - Manali
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and leave for Manali, upon arrival check into the hotel, evening free for rest, or optional sightseeing at Mall Road, over night stay.


Day 8: Manali
Manali Local sight seeing Morning after breakfast visit to local sight seeing of Manali mall road, Hadimba Dcvi Temple, Van Vihar and Sulphur springs at Vashisht- Evening back to hotel-over night at hotel.



Day 9: Manali
Manali - Rohtang Pass-Manali After breakfast visit to Rohtang Pass ( A hundred years old glaciers- where tourist can enjoy snow activities ) - evening back to hotel - o/n hotel.

Day 10: Manali - Chandigarh
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and transfer you to Chandigarh, upon arrival drop you at Chandigarh railway station to catch the train for next destination.

 

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Delhi - Manali - Delhi

Day 01: Delhi - Manali ( 580 kms) ( BY VOLVO BUS) 
Travel by over night Volvo from Delhi to Manali. 

Day 02: Arrive Manali - Excursion to Rhotang Pass - Manali 
On arrival in Manali check in at hotel. Breakfast at hotel. Today full day excursion visiting Kothi Gorge, Gulaba, Marhi, Rohtang Pass (Upto Snow Line in case Rohtang is closed due to snow fall) and Sollang Valley {at your own cost}. Dinner & Overnight at hotel. 

Day 03: Manali 
Breakfast at hotel. Morning half day city tour visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Village and Tibetan Monastery. Afternoon free to explore the Shopping malls of Manali. Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Manali
Breakfast at hotel.Morning excursion to Naggar.Return to Manali to explore the town on your own.

Day 05: Manali - Delhi ( 580 kms)
Travel by overnight Volvo from Manali to Delhi. Tour conclude

 
THE ABOVE TOUR COSTS ARE INCLUSIVE OF:-

Delhi – Manali - Delhi Volvo Bus fare.

Welcome drink on arrival at hotel 

03 Nights & 04 days hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis.

Morning tea, breakfast and dinner at hotel.

Daily use of Indoor activities – as per the hotel rules.

Fuel, parking, toll taxes etc.

All presently applicable taxes
 
THE ABOVE TOUR COST DOES NOT INCLUDES:-

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Hotel accommodation in Delhi, Rail fare, air fare, lunches, portage, guides, entrance fees to places of visit

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Damages/ claims of any kind, Expenses of personal nature like telephone calls, laundry bill etc. 

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Any other services note mentioned above.

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Car for transfers from hotel to bus stand or vice versa.
Duration:17 Night / 18 Days

The Trans Himalayan Jeep Expedition: 17 Nts / 18 Days

Day 1: Delhi :
We meet you on arrival at Delhi airport and transfer you to your pre-reserved hotel. As most International flights arrive in Delhi in the early morning, the entire day is kept free for you to relax. If you feel up to it we can arrange a half day sightseeing tour of historical Old Delhi in which you visit the majestic Red Fort and the largest mosque in Asia- Jama Masjid both built in the 15 th century by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jehan. We also take a stroll among the back streets reminiscent of a medieval town passing wayside vendors selling delicious Mughal cuisine of Kebabs and Mutton Pilafs and aromatic curries. We return to the hotel in time for dinner and the night.

Day 2: Delhi – Chandigarh - Dharamshala:
After an early breakfast we start our journey in a comfortable Jeep to the hill resort of Dharamshala in the Himalayas. Mcleodgunj at 1800m / 5904ft, a suburb also known as upper Dharamshala is 9 Kms from Dharamshala town and is the headquarters of the Tibetan Government in exile and the residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. On arrival by evening we check into a pre-reserved hotel at Mcleodgunj.

Day 3: Explore Mcleodgunj.
The small laidback suburb is also known as Little Tibet for its salubrious climate and small shops selling a wide assortment of Tibetan curios, jewellery and other artefacts. A number of cafes also offer a multi cuisine fare including Continental, Israeli, Indian and of course Tibetan and Chinese. We visit the Namgyal Monastery and the Jokhang or main temple opposite the residence of the Dalai Lama. It houses three main images: that of the Sakyamuni Buddha, Padmasambhava and Avalokitesvara, the Buddha of Compassion, of whom the Dalai Lama is the current emanation. The main image in gilded bronze and three metres tall is that of Sakyamuni Buddha. There are also two images of Padmasambhava and Avalokitesvara that face Tibet. We have lunch in one of the many cafes and then take a 2 Km stroll to the ancient Bhagsunag temple and spend some time near the cascading waterfall nearby. We return to Macleodgunj and your hotel by evening

Day 4: Dharamshala – Shimla: 279 Kms .
We start our drive to Shimla the state capital of Himachal Pradesh through the scenic Kangra valley with its rambling green fields and quaint villages. We drive past the undulating tea gardens at Palampur - 1249m / 4096ft with the massive granite face of the Dhauladhar ranges in the backdrop keeping us company till we branch off at Jogindernagar – 1500m / 4920ft. We reach the large town of Mandi 760m / 2493ft, in time for lunch. Mandi is an important business centre and also home to numerous temples. From here we turn south east and go through thickly wooded hillsides passing small villages and towns till we reach Shimla - 2130m / 6986ft by evening where we check into a comfortable hotel.

Day 5: Explore Shimla.
After a leisurely breakfast we head for the Mall road the main promenade of Shimla. Lined on one side are all kinds of shops, fine dining establishments and a few hotels. Declared the summer capital of the British Indian Government in 1864 , Shimla saw a period of rapid growth though it had already been the favourite place of the British living in India since the 1820s. We visit the ridge adjacent to the Mall road and visit the landmark of the town - the 1857 built Christ Church that holds several memorial plaques and beautiful stained glass windows; the imposing Viceregal Lodge now the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies built in 1880; and the State Museum . Most of the buildings in Shimla are built in the colonial neo-gothic style and are more than a 100 years old. In the afternoon we drive over to the Jhakoo Temple dedicated to Hanuman a god in the Hindu pantheon. It is the highest point in Shimla at 2445m / 8019ft and is home to a large monkey population. In the evening we stroll along the Mall road and you can shop for some old books, local handicrafts and other curios. In the evening we return to the hotel.

Day 6: Shimla – Sarahan: 175 Kms.
Leaving Shimla after breakfast we head north to the charming town of Sarahan built on a hill ridge overlooking the Sutlej river valley. We pass the small hill towns of Kufri and Narkanda both popular ski resorts in the winter and affording unbeatable 180° panoramic views of the Great Himalayas to the far north. Passing the town of Rampur with its ancient ornate palace, we drive up to Sarahan - 1920m / 6298ft and check into a comfortable hotel.

Day 7: Sarahan - Recong Peo - Kalpa: 102 Kms.
We visit the large Bhimkali temple built in a fusion of Hindu and Buddhist architectural style and after a late breakfast drive down to the banks of the River Sutlej and continue driving north to Recong Peo the district headquarters of Kinnaur district. We continue on to the charming town of Kalpa 2960m / 9,710ft where we check into a comfortable hotel. The view of the 6050m / 19,844ft Kinner Kailash peak soaring across the valley at sunset is one of the most captivating views you get to see in Kalpa. We explore the surrounding apple orchards and the narrow lanes of the town; visit the ancient temple of Narayan Nagini with beautiful carvings and the close by Hu-Bu-Ian-Car Gompa a Buddhist Monastery. We return to our hotel for the evening highlighted by fascinating views of the Kinner Kailash mountain range.

Day 8: Kalpa – Nako Lake - Tabo: 186 Kms.
We continue on our journey by driving back to National Highway 22 once known as the Hindustan Tibet Road. The scenery now slowly transforms from lush green to beautiful shades of pale brown and rust as we drive into the high altitude desert zone. We stop at the small hamlet of Khab – 2831m / 9,286ft the confluence of the Spiti and Sutlej rivers. Crossing the bridge we begin our ascent to Nako village and lake at 3959m / 12,986ft. After strolling around this medieval appearing village with dwellings of mud and stone skirting the jade green tiny Nako Lake we resume our journey to the 1011 year old Tabo Monastery through amazing sun, wind and snow sculpted shale hills . We reach Tabo – 3050m / 10,004ft , by evening and check into a hotel / guesthouse.

Day 9: Tabo – Kaza: 47 Kms.
After breakfast we explore this most beautiful of Buddhist monasteries housing a wealth of exquisite frescoes, stucco images and wall paintings. Tabo is now a ‘world heritage site' and is unlike other monasteries built on level land. It has often been referred to as the Ajanta Ellora of the Himalayas for its fine artwork. After lunch we head to Kaza the sub divisional headquarters of Lahaul Spiti 47 Kms away. En-route we stop over at the dramatically situated Dhankar Gompa high up on a craggy hill at 3893m / 12,774ft above Sichlling village overlooking the wide confluence of the Pin and Spiti rivers. Once the capital of Spiti in the 17 th century Dhankar houses a statue of Vaircohana and some ancient thangkas. From here we drive down to the highway and passing a few oases like villages reach Kaza 3800m / 12,464ft , by evening. On arrival we check into a comfortable guesthouse.

Day 10: Kaza – Ki – Kibber – Kaza: 34 Kms.
After breakfast we leave for the Ki Monastery 14 Kms North West at an altitude of 3750m / 12,300ft on a conical rocky hill overlooking the vast Spiti River basin. The Ki monastery is the largest in the valley and imparts religious training to a large congregation of monks. Within are ancient musical instruments and weapons of war besides priceless thangkas, stucco images and manuscripts. From here we head north to Kibber which is said to be the highest permanently inhabited village in the world at 4490m / 15, 055ft . This neat white washed village lies in a semi circular formation on a hillside with small fields. After lunch and a stroll around we return to Kaza by afternoon. In the evening we walk to this interesting town with its cobble stone paths and mud dwellings and shops. After spending some time here we return to our guest house for the night.

Day 11: Kaza – Jispa: 217 Kms.
We leave early on a long day's drive heading west in to the Lahaul valley across the 4558m / 14,950ft, Kunzum la pass and descend to the banks of the Chandra River flowing in from the north. En-route we drive past the green oasis of Losar at 4079m / 13,379ft , the last village in Spiti before ascending the pass. In the Lahaul valley though the mountains remain stark and bare the villages appear more frequently with large fields of potato, peas and barley. We drive along the Chandra River till we reach the Tandi Bridge where the River Bhaga flows in to join the Chandra. A little ahead the road turn north towards Keylong 3340m / 10,955ft, the district headquarters of Lahaul-Spiti and then continues along the Chandrabhaga River to the small village of Jispa 3319m / 10,890ft where we check into a hotel for the night.

Day 12: Jispa – Sarchu: 75 Kms .
After breakfast we drive through some of the most awesome hi altitude terrain seen anywhere in the world. Here we drive past mountain streams and bare hills of granite and pale brown shale without any habitation or vegetation in sight. Our drive gives us views that'll remain in our memories forever. We bypass Deepak-tal a miniature lake before coming up on the larger Suraj Tal a large turquoise body of water below the 4650m / 16,500ft high Baralacha la the second pass on our journey. The road now descends into a large open plain where we stop for the night at the Sarchu Camp site at 4253m / 13, 950ft.

Day 13: Sarchu – Pang –Debring: 154 Kms
After breakfast we drive leisurely through awesome landscape. We pass fantastically sculpted brown and rust hills in bizarre shapes and colours with the traverse of the sun in a deep blue sky. The road ascends 21 hairpin bends known as the Gata loops as it reaches the Naki la pass at 4950m / 16, 250ft and a bit ahead the higher 5064m / 16, 616ft high Lachulung la pass our third and fourth on this journey. Driving down to the tiny settlement of Pang we stop for some lunch and then continue on our way crossing some extremely impressive gorge country before emerging into the vast More plains - 4650 m / 15,252 ft. The road continues arrow straight for 45 Kms till we reach the small nomad camp at Debring at 4700m / 15,416ft.

Day 14: Debring- Tso-kar – Tso Moriri: 84 Kms.
We begin our drive on a dirt road through the extensive More plains and 7 Kms later reach the large Tsokar a brackish water lake known for its enormous salt deposits and migratory avian population. On the way we can spot the large Yak wool tents of the Changpa nomads who inhabit the vast Rupshu plateau grazing their flock of sheep and goats. We may also glimpse herds of Kyang (Tibetan Wild Ass), several colonies of Marmots, and the Woolly Hare besides the Red Fox and the Tibetan wolf, if lucky. On reaching Tso kar we set up camp on the lakeshore. Tso Moriri is popular among a few rare migratory birds including the bar headed geese, black necked crane, both of which come to breed in these waters during these months. There are other avian species including the common red shank, ruddy shelduck, lesser sand plover and resident finches and martins can also be seen. This 120 sq.km turquoise blue lake now known as the ‘Tso Moriri Wetland Conservation Reserve' is our campsite for the night.

Day 15: Tso Moriri.
A rest day at this exquisite lake appearing like an inland sea, takes us for walks around Karzok the only permanently inhabited village at the northern shores with a medium sized monastery; strolls along the shores viewing the delightful bird life on the lake and meeting the ever smiling Changpa nomads. We camp overnight in tents.

Day 16: Karzok – Leh: 240 Kms.
We now head north from this charming village and drive up to the small settlement of Sumdo after which we cross the Mahe Bridge and then continue to the small village of Chumathang famous for its healing hot sulphur springs. The scenery is stunning in its stark beauty and surrealistic shaped hills a we drive on to Leh where we reach by evening and check into a comfortable hotel.

Day 17: Today is a rest day at Leh.
You can opt to visit the two prominent monasteries close by – Hemis the wealthiest and most famous in the valley housing the largest thangka in the world and the Thiksey Gompa known for its priceless murals and gilded images. In the evening stroll the bazaar for shopping. You can get deals in Changspa and the Tibetan market for antiques, yak bone curios and other fascinating handicrafts. Return to your hotel for the night.

Day 18:
We leave you at the airport to catch the early morning flight to Delhi.

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Duration:2 Night/3 days
Manali – Bijli Mahadev Temple
Months: April to November
Maximum Altitude: 2438m / 8045ft.
Grade: Easy to Moderate

This trek begins from the small village of Naggar and goes along a mountain ridge high above the River Beas. On this trail you get great views of the lower Beas valley and spot small houses clinging to the hillsides across the river. The entire walk is through dense forests and apple orchards by passing a few quaint villages.

Day 1: After breakfast we drive 23 Kms from Manali to Naggar from where we begin our trek along a well defined path. Skirting apple orchards a few small old villages and paddy fields we continue on the trail till we arrive at Jana village. We set up camp near a field for the night.

Day 2: From Jana we continue ascending a gradual path till we arrive on a miniature plateau on a mountain ridge where the legendary Bijli Mahadev Temple stands at 2438m / 8045ft. From here you get excellent views of towering snow topped mountains all around. We camp a little ahead of the temple grounds. You will notice a 20 metre high silver pole on the temple that attracts lightening every year. The lightening strikes the pole and travels down to the sanctum sanctorum where it shatters the Shivling. This is then made whole by the priest who joins the shattered pieces together with flour and butter and amazingly it's restored to its original form. This is repeated every year.

Day 3: After appreciating the magnificent panorama around this serene environment we walk downhill and reach the town of Kullu by early afternoon where a Jeep awaits to take us back to Manali and your hotel.

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Duration:5 Night/6 days
Manali Hamta
Months: May to November
Maximum Altitude: 4270m
Grade: Moderate to Strenuous

Day 1: Manali –Hamta Village: 4 hours (Now by Jeep)

Day 2: Hamta Village – Chhika: 4-5 Hours
At 3000 metres, Chhika is essentially a lush green sloping hill side and a popular grazing ground for the local shepherds in season. The trail, we cover during the trek is fringed by thick forests of Oak, Pine and Maple and Cedar. After about 5 hours we set up camp in the rich Chikka meadows overlooking the upper Beas River Valley.

Day 3: (3660m)
The trail now becomes a bit rocky with large boulders and small rocks as we ascend towards the tree line and above. The 4 hour walk goes initially through verdant meadows carpeted with wild flowers and then through bare hills from where we get excellent views of the mountainous landscape till we reach our camp site at Balu Ka Ghera (meaning Bear's shelter) high above the tree line.

Day 4: Balu Paddar – Hamta Pass (4270m)
The trail climbs steeply through barren hills and over boulders and rocks till we reach the crest of the 42670metre high Hamta Pass. From the saddle of the pass get excellent views of the surrounding mountain peaks including Deo Tibba and the needle shaped Indrasen Camp below the pass .

Day 5: Hamta Pass – Juara
 The descent is rather steep but enjoyable. A 5 hour walk gets you to Juara where you camp for the night.

Day 6: Juara – Manali:
Today's the last day of our trek as we descend the thickly forested hillsides to the main road head on the left banks of the River Beas. From here we take surface transport back to Manali.

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DELHI – MANALI – DELHI

03 NIGHTS / 04 DAYS

PREVIOUS NIGHT: After dinner take Coach / Innova to Manali, over night journey to Manali

DAY 01: ARRIVE – MANALI
Morning arrive at Manali, check into the hotel upon arrival, after breakfast and rest Visit Hadimba Devi Temple, & Club house, walk at Mall road. Dinner & over night

DAY 02: MANALI
Morning after breakfast proceed to visit Nehru Kund, Rohla fall, Marhi, Sollang Valley, Rohtang Pass & Snow Point if roads are open. Dinner & over night stay.

DAY 03: MANLI
Full day excursion visiting Kothi Gorge, Manu Temple, Manali Sanctuary, Vashisht Temple, Monastery, Tibetan Market, Evening free for Mall Road.

DAY 04: MANLI – DELHI
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel, straight drive to Delhi, upon arrival drop you at Your Delhi residence / Hotel.

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COST INCLUDED:

• Transportation by CAR/ COACH through out the tour,
• All pick up and dropping facilities at one point.
• Sightseeing as per the itinerary
• Accommodation on twin sharing basis.
• Breakfast & Dinner at the Hotel only,
• All taxes.
• Drivers T.A. – D.A.
• ALL fuel, and state taxes, parking fee.

COST EXCLUDED:

• Any airfare.
• Lunch
• Any personal expenses like Laundry, STD calls, etc.
• Any insurance.
• Any claim due to natural Calamities such as land slide, road blockage etc.
• Or any other things which are not mentioned in cost included column.

 

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06 NIGHT / 07 DAYS

DELHI – SHIMLA – MANALI – CHANDIGARH – DELHI

DAY 01: DELHI – SHIMLA (380kms)

Receive you from Delhi hotel at about 7:30am and straight drive to Shimla, on the way visit Pinjore Garden, check into the hotel upon arrival, after having some rest proceed to visit the mall, ridge and lakkar bazaar, Jakhu Hill and local market, Dinner and over night stay at hotel,

DAY 02: SHIMLA

Full day excursion visiting Chail, Kufri and Naldehra, fagu, Mashobra, Overnight at hotel, If time permit then we can visit Sankat Mochan Temple, Advance Study, Museum, Prospect Hill, Dinner & over night stay at hotel.

DAY 03: SHIMLA – MANALI

Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel, and drive to Manali, on the way visit Vaishnov Devi Temple, Shawl viewing factory late in the after noon check into the hotel, evening nature walk at Mall road. Dinner & over night .

 

DAY 04: MANALI

Morning after breakfast proceed to visit Nehru Kund, Rohla fall, Marhi, Sollang Valley, Rohtang Pass & Snow Point if roads are open. Dinner & over night stay.
 

DAY 05: MANLI

Full day excursion visiting Kothi Gorge, club house, Manu Temple, Manali Sanctuary, Vashisht Temple, Hadimba Temple, Monastery, Tibetan Market, Evening free for Mall Road.
 

DAY 06: MANLI – CHANDIGARH

Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel, and leave for Chandigarh, on the way visit Pondor Dam, via Villaspur Mandi at Sunder Nagar, late in the afternoon check into the hotel, dinner & over night.
Chandigarh is on peak. Nature lovers from different parts of the country flock here to view the beautiful theme gardens of the city. The reservoir of places to see in Chandigarh is very large. In this section, we will provide you with Chandigarh tourist attractions guide that will help you explore the various sightseeing places in Chandigarh. Visit Rock Garden, Shukhana Lake, Rose Garden Etc.
 

DAY 07: CHANDIGARH – DELHI

Morning after breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive back to Delhi, on the visit, Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhana Lake, Shanti Kunj, late in the afternoon check into the hotel, evening free for shopping at near by local market, after that transfer you at airport to catch the flight for next destination…………..!!!!

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CHILD POLICY

• 0 – 4 yrs would be complementary basis
• 5 – 11yrs would charge 70% of the adult cost

COST INCLUDED:

PLACES

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HOTEL NAME

SHIMLA

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SHINGAR / SURYA / EAST BOURNE

MANALI

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HOTEL SHINGAR REGENCY/ SNOW CREST

CHANDIGARH

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HOTEL ORANGE

• Transportation by Car through out the tour,
• All pick up and dropping facilities
• Sightseeing as per the itinerary
• Accommodation on twin sharing basis.
• Breakfast & Dinner
• All taxes.
• Drivers T.A. – D.A.
• ALL fuel, and state taxes, parking fee.

COST EXCLUDED:

• Any airfare.
• Lunch
• Any personal expenses like Laundry, STD calls, etc.
• Any insurance.
• Any claim due to natural Calamities such as land slide, road blockage etc.
• Or any other things which are not mentioned in cost included column.

PLACES

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HOTEL NAME

SHIMLA

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SHINGAR / SURYA / EAST BOURNE

MANALI

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HOTEL SHINGAR REGENCY/ SNOW CREST

CHANDIGARH

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HOTEL ORANGE

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Delhi - Shimla - Kullu - Manali -  Duration  9 days

Duration : 09 Days Tour

Destination : Delhi, Shimla, Kullu, Manali
Situated in the north-west Himalayas, Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Spread across 12 kms along a ridge that overlooks terraced hillsides and cultivations, Shimla is magnificently robed in dense forests of oak and pine, fur and rhododendron, and it is best to travel here on the slow train from Kalka. Shimla also is a convenient base for variety of adventure sports such as Skiing, Trekking, Fishing and Golfing etc.

Once called the "end of the habitable world," Manali is an important hill station of northern India and is the destination of thousands of tourists every year. Its cool atmosphere provides a perfect haven for the ones afflicted by the hot Indian summers. Besides offering quite a few places for sightseeing, Manali is also famous for adventure sports like skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, trekking, kayaking, and mountain biking. In brief, Manali-the veritable "valley of the Gods"-is an ideal place for the ones in search of both adventure and comfort.

DAY 01: Delhi
Full day sight seeing Old and New Delhi . Dinner and overnight at hotel.

DAY 02: Delhi - Chandigarh - Shimla
Drive from Delhi to Shimla (343 kms, 10 hrs) arrive Shimla. Transfer to hotel.

DAY 03: AM Shimla City tour
One of the most popular hill Resorts of the North. The town is situated at an altitude of 6810 ft, initially chosen as a sanatorium for invalid European officers, but soon developed into a big hill town and became the summer capital of the country. There are ample opportunities in Shimla for sports. Riding in Jakhu, Tennis and Squash at the club racing and Cricket at annandale,Golf at Naldera and winter sking at Kufri. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

DAY 04: Shimla - Manali
Drive from Shimla to Manali (280 kms . 10 hrs) Arrive Manali Transfer to hotel. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

DAY 05: Manali
Walk through town visiting newly constructed Buddhist Monastery. Hadimba Devi temple-It is small temple situated in the dense forest is very interesting . Hadimba is said to be the wife of Bhima from the epic of Mahabharata. Vashist, it is an extremely picturesque little place clinging to the steep hill side. On the way up to the village you come upon the Vashist hot baths where a natural sulphar spring is piped into a modern bath -house.Dinner and overnight.

DAY 06: Manali
Visit Tibetan Monastery. It has a carpet making operation. Also visit Old Manali village. Dinner and overnight at hotel. OR visit to the The Rohtang Pass. The pass connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahul and Spiti valleys of Himachal Pradesh, India. The pass (3,978 m. or 13,051 ft.), is only open from June to September,

DAY 07: Manali
Full day excursion tour to Kullu (49 kms ). Night-hault at Manali.

DAY 08:
Drive back to New Delhi (570 kms, 14 hours) Check into the hotel.

DAY 09:
Depart New delhi by train/air & reach destination.
Accommodation: 2 nights at New Delhi, 2 nights at Shimla, 4 nights at Manali
 

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SHIMLA-MANALI (6 nights & 7 days)

Day 01: Delhi / Manali (600 kms)
Travel by surface from Delhi to Manali by non air-conditioned car.Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02: Manali
Morning half day city tour visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Village and Tibetan Monastery. Afternoon free. Overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Manali
Full day excursion visiting Kothi Gorge, Gulaba, Marhi, Rohtang Pass (Upto Snow Line in case Rohtang is closed due to snow fall) and Sollang Valley. Overnight at hotel

Day 04: Manali/ Manikaran (85 kms)/ Kullu (45 kms) / Manali
Full day excursion visiting Manikaran. Manikaran has the World’s hottest Suplhur Spring Waters and is a holy place for Hindus & Sikhs alike. Return back to Kullu town enroute visiting the famous Kullu Shawl Industry. On arrival check in at hotel. Evening free to visit Kullu town. Overnight at hotel.

Day 05: Manali/ Kullu/ Shimla (280 kms)
Travel by surface from Kullu to Shimla. On arrival check in at hotel. Rest of the day free for independent activities. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06: Shimla
Full day excursion visiting Chail, Kufri and Naldehra. Evening free to stroll in the famous shopping place of Shimla town – The Mall & The Ridge. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07: Shimla/ Delhi (380 Kms)
Morning check out from the Hotel to depart for Delhi by surface / transfer to Kalka Railway Station to board train for Delhi. Arrive Delhi & transfer to airport for your onward journey.

   
Attractions in Manali

Hadimba Temple
This temple, with a finely wrought four - tiered pagoda roof, dating back to 1553, is built around a natural cave, which enshrines the footprints of the goddess Hadimba. Hadimba was the wife of Bhima, one of the five great Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata, and later became the patron goddess of the Kulu royal family.

Manu Temple
Just near the Hadimba temple flows the Manalsu River, that culminates in the main Beas river. Across the Manalsu river is the original village of Manali, that houses the ancient temple of the sage Manu. Manali itself is named after Manu, who is said to have dwelt here.

Monasteries
Manali also houses three Tibetan monasteries, that have been built recently.

Arjun Gufa
Five kms from Manali near the village of Prini is the Arjun Gufa, Arjuna's cave. Arjuna, one of the Pandava brothers, is believed to have performed his penance here.

Vashisht
Three kms from Manali is the village of Vashisht, which is renowned for its hot sulphur springs. The village is also the site of some old temples, dedicated to the great sage Vashisht, and to Lord Rama. The Himachal Tourism sulphur baths are just beyond these shrines.

Jagatsukh
The erstwhile capital of Kulu, Jagatsukh houses temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Sandhya Gayatri.

Solang Valley
Around 14 kms from Manali, is the Solang valley, that boasts of the glacier nearest to the resort. Replete with terrific picnic - spots, the amazing ski slopes here are full of hectic activity, come January - February.

Rohtang Pass
Rohtang Pass is 51 kms from Manali. Located at a height of 3980 m, the Pass once served as a crucial trade route, and still remains the gateway to the districts of Lahaul and Spiti.The Pass is open from June to November each year, and provides wonderful views of the entire surroundings. Just beyond the Pass is the Sonapani Glacier and the twin peak of Gaypan. The Beas Kund, the source of the Beas river, a holy site for Hindus, as the sage Vyas is said to have meditated at this spot, is also accessible from the Rohtang Pass.

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Kullu Manali   Duration- 6 days

Day 01
Morning arrive Kullu, check into the hotel upon arrival, after having some rest proceed for paragliding.
Paragliding is organized in Kullu valley throughout the year at Solang Valley, located 14 kms from Manali and other locations like Marhi, Fatru, Bijli Mahadev etc. There are generally two kind of flights.

Short flights : The client is taken 100 - 150 mts up the slope and takes a flight along with the pilot in the two seater paraglider. The flight lasts for approximately 60 - 90 seconds.
Drive back to hotel in the evening after enjoy full day paragliding. Dinner & over night stay at Hotel.

Day 2: Arrive rafting base camp at Manali / Kullu
Rafting at Manali
The rafting/kayaking expedition down the Kali Sarda river provides some classic Grade IV rafting thrills. The Valley of the Kali has always been a trading route up to Tibet and ancient Tibetans used to trek for 6 to 8 weeks down to India to trade their rather meager wares for salt. One can notice the Tibetan influence in this region. The Kali Sarda river for most of its length demarcates the western boundary between India and Nepal.

Warm up rafting training session on the river after breakfast. Rafting from a point above the camp back into the camp. After lunch expedition training session i.e. flip training, throw bagging, swimming in rapids etc.
Best Time : October through April.

Day 03: Full day free for sightseeing. Dinner and Over night stay.

Day 04: morning after breakfast drive for skiing
Skiing in Manali: Near Manali there are some slopes, which have been rated the best for skiing in the world. The Solang Nullah, Patalsu, Kothi, Marhi and Rohtang slopes are very good for skiing in the winters as well as in summers. In fact Patalsu and Rohtang slopes are the only places where one can do summer skiing. The slopes are being further developed to accommodate more trainees and tourists.
The national level skiing competition is held on the slopes of Solang Nullah and the winter carnival is organised at Manali. The place has immense potential to offer some world-class ski slopes and they are being developed on the same lines.

Day 05: full day rest and sight seeing at Manali. Dinner & Over night stay at Manali.

Day 06: Morning free for rest and Late in the afternoon drive back to Delhi tour end with happy memories…………….!!!!

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UTTRANCHAL TOUR-   Duration 15 days

DAY 01: ARRIVE DELHI
On arrival meet and assist at the airport and transfer to pre-booked hotel.

DAY 02 : DELHI-RANIKHET
After breakfast, leave for Ranikhet. Arrive Ranikhet and check in at prebooked hotel.

DAY 03: RANIKHET-NAINITAL
After breakfast, leave for Nainital. Arrive Nainital and check in at prebooked hotel. This charming hill station is set around 1.5 km long and 500 m wide Naini Lake. In the afternoon, enjoy a boat ride on the Naini lake or a stroll on the mall.

DAY 04: NAINITAL
After breakfast, visit Sat Tal (21 kms) which has seven lakes includes the jade green Garud Taal. One can also enjoy Mountain biking and rock climbing.

DAY 05: NAINITAL-CORBETT NATIONAL PARK
After breakfast, leave for Corbett. Arrive Corbett and check in at prebooked hotel. Afternoon, visit the park in Jeeps.

DAY 06: CORBETT
Morning and afternoon, visit the park in jeeps

DAY 07: CORBETT-MUSSOURIE
After breakfast, leave for Mussourie. Arrive Mussourie and check in at prebooked hotel. Named after Himalayan shrub Mansoor this hill station is spread out over 16 kms, along a horse shoe shaped ridge overlooking the Doon valley to the South. Rest of the day, free to individual activities.

DAY 08: MUSSOURIE
After breakfast, excursion to Kempty falls (15 kms). Afternoon, free

Day 09: MUSSOURIE – SHIMLA

Morning after breakfast leave Mussoorie for Shimla, late in the after noon check into the hotel. Dinner and over night stay at hotel.

Day 10: AM Shimla City tour
One of the most popular hill Resorts of the North. The town is situated at an altitude of 6810 ft, initially chosen as a sanatorium for invalid European officers, but soon developed into a big hill town and became the summer capital of the country. There are ample opportunities in Shimla for sports. Riding in Jakhu, Tennis and Squash at the club racing and Cricket at annandale,Golf at Naldera and winter sking at Kufri. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

DAY 11: Shimla - Manali
Drive from Shimla to Manali (280 kms . 10 hrs) Arrive Manali Transfer to hotel. Dinner and overnight at hotel.

DAY 12: Manali
Walk through town visiting newly constructed Buddhist Monastery. Hadimba Devi temple-It is small temple situated in the dense forest is very interesting . Hadimba is said to be the wife of Bhima from the epic of Mahabharata. Vashist, it is an extremely picturesque little place clinging to the steep hill side. On the way up to the village you come upon the Vashist hot baths where a natural sulphar spring is piped into a modern bath - house.Dinner and overnight.

DAY 13: Manali – Kullu
Morning after breakfast drive to Kullu, check into the hotel late in the afternoon. After having some rest proceed for sightseeing. Dinner and over night stay at hotel.
Kullu, " the Valley of the Gods", has a unique charm. Long regard by the ancient Hindus as the furthest limit of human habitation - Kulantapitha - its original name is mentioned even in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Kullu is famous for its Dussehra celebrations as also for its Red Delicious, Royal Delicious and Golden Delicious apples. Each season has its special charm as do the helpful and charming people of this valley.

Located in Himachal Pradesh, Kullu is a small town located by the banks of River Beas. Tourists to Manali include a trip to the nearby town of Kullu as well. But few people know that this little town has all the pleasures of a hill station sans the crowds and the noise. Clean air, cold winds, meandering lanes, scenic hills and the mandatory deodars with the sun shining through. It is also the ideal base for exploring the rest of the Kullu Valley with its scenic towns and villages tucked comfortably on every curve of the valley's slope.
GENERAL INFORMATION
Area: 6.68 sq.kms.
Altitude: 1,219 metres.
Temperature (°C): Summer- Max. 30.8, Min. 18.8 Winter- Max. 16.4, Min. 5.2
Rainfall: 102 cms.
Clothings: Summer- Light woollens, Winter- Heavy woollens.
Best Season: Mid-March to Mid-November.

Day 14: Kullu – Chandigarh
Morning after breakfast leave Kullu for Chandigarh, late in the afternoon check into hotel. after having some rest proceed for sightseeing Dinner and over night stay at hotel.

Chandigarh has the distinction of having a unique world-acclaimed Rock Garden. It consists of art objects, fashioned from industrial and urban waste. It is situated between the Capitol Complex and Sukhna Lake in Sector 1. It nestles amidst 20 acres of woods in the form of an open air exhibition hall, theatre trove and a miniature maze all rolled into one vast fantasy land of art and landscape. It is without doubt, a tourist spot that is a must on the itinerary of every visitor to Chandigarh.

An unpretentious entrance leads to a magnificent, almost surrealist arrangement of rocks, boulders, broken chinaware, discarded fluorescent tubes, broken and cast away glass bangles, building waste, coal and clay-all juxtaposed to create a dream folk world of palaces, soldiers, monkeys, village life, women and temples. The open air sculptures and concealed gateways separating them are at places enhanced by a waterfall, pools and an open air theatre with proper stage setting. Several prestigious performances have been staged in this small but very artistic and naturalistic open air theatre.

Day 15: Chandigarh – Delhi
Morning after having breakfast drive back to Delhi, upon arrival you will be transferred to the railway station / airport for onwards journey. Tour end with happy memories…………….!!!!!!

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Destination : Delhi, Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Dharamshala, Dalhousie 
Duration : 10nights / 11days

Day 01 Arrive Delhi
Meet and greet at the airport and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi
Morning breakfast followed by combined city tour of old and new Delhi visiting mughal monuments like the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Rajghat- the place where Mahatam Gandhi was cremated, Humayun Tomb and drive pass to British landmark such as India Gate, president house and govt. Secretariat. Also visit 12th century Minaret- Qutub minar graceful and well sculptured and stands 75 meters, Lotus Temple. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 03 : Delhi/Shimla (370 Kms.)
Morning breakfast at hotel and drive to Shimla state capital of Himachal Pradesh, today it has well developed facilities, easy accessiblility and numerous attractions make it India's most poular hill resort. Placed in lower ranges of Himalaya mountain, it is surrounded by pine, deodar, Oak and Rhododendrom forests. towrds north lie te snow- covered high ranges, while the valleys breathe whispering streams and swaying fields within the town are host of splendid colonial edifices, quaint , cottages and charming walks. Upon arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04 : Shimla 
Morning breakfast at hotel and followed by city tour of Shimla visiting Jaku hills this town 's highest peak and vantage point for Shimla's famous views and summit crowned with temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman its offers the an excellant view of the city and surrounding scenic hills and valleys, Glen , the pleasent picnic spot, this is densely wooded glen is by the side of snow- fed hubbling stream, The ridge,the large open Bazzar, State musuem houses a collection of himachal Pradesh's rich heritage and Indian institute of advanced study, the magnificent English renaissance structure was the former Viceregal Lodge. Overnight at hotel.

Day 05 : Shimla / Kufri / Chail
Morning breakfast at hotel and followed by exursion to Kufri and Chail. Kufri is famous for its wide views and ski slopes. an enjoyable walk leads up to the Mahasu peak, Near Kufri lies a Wild Flower hall, It is pictureque place famous for a fine view of the city and snowclad far off Mountain peaks. And also visit Chail Nestling in the shelter of virgin forests which cover many untoddole hills , Chail is a tiny resort in shivalik region. Visit Cricket ground built in 1893, after leveling the top of hill, this stands at 2444m and is the highest cricket pitch and polo ground in the world return back Shimla for overnight stay.

Day 06 : Shimla/Manali (280 Kms.)
Morning breakfast at hotel and drive to Manali. Enroute visit Kullu town and valley known as abode of the gods and goddesses. this idyllic pastrol valley is also known as the orchard of India. A picturesque and tranquil heaven. Thereafter continue your drive to Manali. Manali is so fascinating in its beauty lies in snowcapped steep pinnacles cascading streams, pine and cedar woods with its rich hiking and trekking possibilties. Manali, the "Queen of the Hill Resorts" upon arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel. 
drive to Manali Enroute visit Kullu Valley continue your drive to Manali. upon arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07 : Manali
Morning after breakfast city tour of Manali visiting Hadimba Devi temple built in 1553 and with superbly crafted four tiered pagoda root, its famous for its exquisitely carved doorway, Manu temple, Monastries etc. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Day 05 Manali/Rohtang Pass/Manali ( 65kms one way)
Morning after breakfast breakfast at hotel and full day excursion to Solang valley and Rohtang Pass. Manali is gateway to Rohtang Pass beyond which lies the twin valleys of Lahaul and spiti, steeped in aweinspring barred splendour. Evening return back to Manali. Overnight at hotel.

Day 06 Manali/Dharamshala (210 kms) 
Morning after breakfast drive to Dharamshala. It consists of two distinct parts. They both vary in altitude and temprature. it lies on at an altitiude of 1,800 metres and majestic Dhauladhar in the back. On arriaval check in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.

Day 07 Dharamshala
Morning breakfast at hotel and explore the uppper part consists mcleod ganj, Forsyth ganj and the contonment, Dharamshala is one of the best places for studies and research in tibetan Buddhism art and culture. visit Monasteries and Stupas. Overnight at hotel.

Day 08 Dharamshala/Dalhousie (143 Kms.) 
Morning after breakfast drive to Dalhousie another pleasant hill resort, which rightly been called "The Health Farm of India".upon arrival check in at hotel. Afternoon gilmpse the scenic charms quiet atmosphere, bracingenvirons, Pleasent walks. of the town. its commands a panoramic view of the plains below in the south and the majestic snow-clad peaks in the north. Overnigt at hotel.

Day 09 Dalhousie/Chamba/Khajjair
Morning after breakfast excursion to Chamba & Khajjair. Chamba situated at an altitude of 926 mts. is perched like a little fortress on an over hanging flat mountain shelfand famed Chamba valley of Milk and honey, of gurgling sreams, inresting temples etc. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10 : Dalhousie/Chandigarh
Morning breakfast at hotel and drive to Chandigarh. Upon arrival check in at hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. overnight at hotel. 

Day 11 : Chandigarh/Delhi departure
Morning breakfast at hotel followed by city tour of chandigarh viasitng Rock garden, Rose garden etc. and later drive back to delhi. upon arrival in Delhi directly transfer to airport to baord return flight.

 
Long India Tour
Duration: 20 days / 19 nights
Destination: Delhi – Jaipur – Agra – Unchagaon – Corbett – Delhi – Shimla – Manali - Dalhousie - Khajjiar – Dharamshala – Chandigarh – Amritsar – Delhi

The Trans Himalayan Jeep Expedition: 17 Nts / 18 Days

DAY 01: Arrive Delhi
Reach Delhi. GARHWAL HIMALAYAN EXPEDITION local tour manager will give a warm welcome at the airport. Transfer to your hotel. After having some rest proceed for sightseeing. Dinner & over night stay at hotel.

India's capital and a major gateway to the country, contemporary Delhi is a bustling metropolis which successfully combines in its fold the ancient and the modern. Its strategic location was one of the prime reasons why successive dynasties chose it as their seat of power. It is not surprising then, that what constitutes Delhi is a conglomerate of seven cities. Down the ages the region in and around modern delhi saw Lalkot built in the mid 11th century, Siri established by Allauddin Khilji, Tughlakabad and Ferozabad built by the tughlaks followed by the city of the lodhis and then came Shahjahanabad, capital of the mughals under Shah Jehan. New Delhi also reflects the legacy the British left behind. The division between new and old Delhi is the distinction between the capitals of the British and the Mughals respectively. So, wherever the visitor goes he will invariably confront the city's past.

Day 2: Delhi – Jaipur
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and leave for Jaipur, upon arrival check into the hotel, after having some rest proceed to visit Local market, evening free for rest, dinner & over night stay at hotel.

The origins of the beautiful city of Jaipur can be traced back to the eighteenth century, during the reign of Jai Singh II who ascended the Amber throne in 1699. Jaipur today, epitomizes the spirit of Rajputana. In-spite of growing into a bustling metropolis, it still retains it's character and history - Beautiful fusion of the yesteryears and modernity. Popularly known as the Pink City because of the extensive use of the locally abundant pink plastered stone, painted so in honor of the visit of the royal consort of Queen Victoria. Jaipur thrills the soul with its massive forts, magnificent palaces, exquisite temples and lush gardens.

Day 3: Jaipur
Proceed for morning excursion to Amber Fort. Elephant ride ascent to the fort.

Amber Fort Palace
Amber is the classic romantic Rajasthani fort palace. Its construction was started by Man Singh I in 1592, and completed by his descendent Jai Singh I. It's forbidding exterior belies an inner paradise where a beautiful fusion of Mughal and Hindu styles finds it's ultimate expression.

Proceed for morning sightseeing of Jaipur covering the important palaces and monuments.

City Palace
A delightful blend of Mughal and traditional Rajasthani architecture, the City Palace sprawls over one-seventh of the area in the walled city. It houses the Chandra Mahal, Shri Govind Dev Temple and the City Palace Museum.



Hawa Mahal

The ornamental facade of this "Palace of Winds" is a prominent landmark in Jaipur. Its five-storey structure of sandstone plastered pink encrusted with fine trelliswork and elaborate balconies. The palace has 953 niches and windows. Built in 1799 by Pratap Singh, the Mahal was a royal grandstand for the palace women.

Day 4: Jaipur - Agra
Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and leave for Agra, upon arrival check into the hotel, after having some rest proceed for sightseeing and visit Agra Fort / Taj Mahal, etc. Dinner & over night stay at hotel.

Agra
Badal Singh established the city of Taj in 1475. Agra finds mention in the Mahabharat as Agraban. This city in those days was considered to be the sister-city of Mathura, which was more prominent than Agraban. Agra came into its own when the Lodhi Kings chose this place beside the RIVER YAMUNA to be their capital city. Sikander Lodhi made Agra his capital but Babar defeated the Lodhis to capture not only Agra but also laid the foundation of the Mughal Empire.

The coming of Babar heralded a new era, which was to see Agra at its zenith during the reign of Akbar, Jehangir and Shah Jahan. It was during Akbar's period that Agra became the center of art, culture and commerce and learning. This trend reached its height when Shah Jahan became the ruler.

In the Mid 16th century and earlier 17th century Agra witnessed a frenzied building activity and it was during this time when the symbol of love Taj Mahal was built. The buildings made during this era were purely in the contemporary Mughal style and of very high quality. The same is still reflected in whatever monuments remain in Agra. The narrow lanes of Agra filled with aroma of Mughlai cuisine, the craftsman who are busy in crating master pieces with their skill all remind of the Mughal royalty which this city had once experienced. Today whatever remains, has become a major tourist attraction which has taken Agra again to the heights of glory but this time as a major tourist destination of India. Proceed for sightseeing.


Taj Mahal
One of the Seven Wonders of the World was built by Shah Jahan in 1631 AD and was completed in 1651AD. Taj Mahal - The symbol of Love was built in the memory of Mumtaz Mahal (Shah Jahan' s second Wife).



Agra Fort
Built by the famed Mughal emperor Akbar in 1565 AD, the fort is predominantly of red sandstone. Ensconced within is the picture perfect Pearl Mosque, which is a major tourist attraction.


Day 5: Agra – Unchangaon Fort
Morning after breakfast leave for Unchagaon, on the way visit remaining part of Agra Monument and then continue drive to Unchagaon, upon arrival check into the hotel. Dinner & over night stay at hotel.

Arrive Unchangaon and check in at Fort Unchagaon - The Fort Unchangaon stands tall as an ideal gateway to Uttaranchal. Home to the Jat rulers who rose in prominence during the decline of Mugal Empire, it was originally made of mud, but its walls were late replaced by brick and old building inside the fort was totally renovated during the 1930's to give it a distinctly colonial look.

Day 6: Unchangaon - Corbett(210 Kms, 04-05 Hrs Drive)
After breakfast, free. Later, leave for Corbett, Arrive Corbett and check in at pre-booked hotel. After noon after lunch and rest proceed for Nature walk go on foot, with our guide, return back to resort by 6 pm, enjoy the evening Tea/ Coffee with cookies, also enjoy the Indoor Activities, dinner & over night stay at hotel.





Day 7: Corbett
Early morning at 5.30 am proceed for morning jeep safari to Corbett National Park Bijrani/Jhirna zone with expert nature guide. Return back to resort by 8.30 am, upon arrival take breakfast and rest, after that proceed to take some team buildin activities like:-

» ROCK CLIMBING
» RIVER CROSSING
» RAPPELLING

Then return back to resort for lunch, after having some rest proceed for evening Jeep Safari or enjoy the indoor activities at the resort. Evening free for rest, Dinner & over nnight stay at hotel.


Day 8: Corbett - Delhi
Early morning elephant safari at 6 am to the dense forest of Bijrani zone, where you will able to see the grassland known as Chaurs The Reserviour and The Crocodile Pond, elephants, deers, sambhar deers and lots of mammals and birds, after that check out from the hotel and drive back to delhi, upon arrival check into the hotel, dinner and over night stay at hotel.



Day 9: Delhi to Shimla
Arrive Delhi and transfer by road to Shimla (343 kms / 8 hrs) the former summer capital of British India, set amidst the snow capped Shivalik Mountains which offers some of the most stunning views of the mighty Himalayas. Arrive & check in hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Stay overnight.


Day 10: Shimla

This morning you will visit Kufri situated at an altitude of 2500 meters just an hours drive from Shimla. Later this afternoon take a walking tour of Shimla, visit the Jakoo hills that offer a panoramic view of the town visit the Vice Regal Lodge and walk down the Mall Road. Stay overnight.





Day 11: Shimla to Manali
Today you will proceed by road to Manali (274 kms / 7hrs) a picture-perfect hill resort at an altitude of 1,929 metres. Set amidst pine-clad mountains, which gradually close in on both sides of the Beas and nestling in their shade, as though carved out of primeval forest, is a scattered hamlet, which comprises this picturesque summer resort. Arrive & check in hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure.
Stay overnight.

Day 12: Manali
This morning you may take a walking tour of Manali, visiting the 450 years old temple dedicated to Hadimba Devi, which has some excellent woodcarving. You also visit the Tibetan Monastery and the handicraft center. The rest of the day at leisure OR walk to the nearby picturesque village of Vashisht known for its hot sulphur springs.
Stay overnight.

Day 13: Manali
This morning you visit the Solang Valley and the not to be missed Rohtang Pass, 51 km from Manali at an altitude of 3978 meters (subject to weather conditions).
Stay overnight



Day 14: Manali - Dalhousie

Morning after breakfast check out from the hotel and leave for Dalhousie. Dalhousie was established in 1854 by the British Governor General Lord Dalhousie. Built around five hills Dalhousie is clothed in stately groves of deodar and oak. Its marvelous forests trails overlook vistas of wooded hills, waterfalls, spring and rivulets. afternoon move for local sightseeing in Dalhousie. Dalhousie has charming colonial architecture, including some beautiful churches. Its location presents panoramic views of the plains- and like a long silver line, the river Ravi twists and turns below Dalhousie. The spectacular snow-covered Dhauladhar mountains are also visible form this enchanting town. Overnight stay at Hotel.


Day 15: Dalhousie – Khajjiar ( 26 Kms)
After breakfast we proceed to Khajjiar. Often called India's Switzerland, the exquisite glade of Khajjiar (1960m) has a circumference of about 5 km. Along its fringes, thick forests of deodar climb the slopes, the snow-line rests above these woods and in the centre of the glade, is a small lake fed by streams that traverse the green carpet. Khajjiar was probably a glacial bowl formed during the last Himalayan ice age and left with a lake that gradually withered away. Khajjiar is part of the notified Kalatop – Khajjiar sanctuary. The Monal Pheasant, a bird which was fairly common till recent times has become relatively difficult to spot nowadays. At Khajjiar there is a 12th century temple dedicated to Khajjair. Within the temple are lifesize wooden images of the five Pandav brothers. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 16: Khajjiar – Dharamshala (150kms / 5 hrs)
After breakfast drive to Dharamshala. Dharamshala has everything for a perfect holiday. It is full of life and yet peaceful. Covering a wide area in the form of twin settlement, Lower Dharamshala (1380m) is a busy commercial centre. While upper Dharamshala (1830m) with the suburbs of Mcleodganj and Forsytheganj, retains a British flavour and colonial lifestyle. Overnight stay at Hotel.


Day 17: Dharamshala

After breakfast moveout for local sightseeing. Mcleodganj is a famous little town of Dharamshala also known as “Little Tibet” H. H. The Dalai Lama resides here. At the start of Mcleodganj is a small bazaar filled with variety of Tibetan handicrafts and artifacts. At the end of the spur lies the Namgyal Monastery. The external wall is surrounded by rows of prayes wheels. With in the monastery are large idols of Buddha. A valokteshwara and Padamsambhava and walls lined with Thankas. The charming church of St. John in the wilderness is situated here and this is the final resting place of Lord Elgin, a British Viceroy of India during the 19th century. Numerous ancient temples like Jwalamukhi, Brijeshwari and Chamunda lie on the plains below Dharamshala. Overnight stay at Hotel. Day at leisure Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 18: Dharamshala – Chandigarh
Morning drive to Chandigarh. Upon arrival check in at hotel. Afternoon visit city. Chandigarh was Designed by Le Corbusier - The famous French architect. Half day tour includes visit to the Secretariat, High Court, State Library, Assembly Chambers, Rose Gardens, University, Botanical Garden and the beautiful lake.
Overnight Chandigarh.

Day 19: Chandigarh – Amritsar
Morning drive to Amritsar. Upon arrival check in at hotel. Afternoon visit city, Visit the Golden Temple - The sacred Sikh sanctuary, marbled, bronzed & covered with gold leaf wherein the Guru Granth Sahib-The Bible of the Sikhs is placed reverently. Also see the Community kitchen where 10000 pilgrims are fed daily on voluntary and complimentary basis. Visit the historic Jallianwala Bagh where Gen. Dyer's bullets killed scores of innocent Indians and the beautiful Ram Bagh Gardens.
Overnight Amritsar

Golden Temple
Har Mandir Saheb, popularly known, as the Golden temple is the holiest shrine for the Sikhs, so called because the entire upper half was inlaid with copper covered over by gold plate. The architecture of the Golden Temple, is a blend of Hindu and Muslim styles.

The principle of universal participation was extended to the planning and execution of the project. All Sikhs in all congregations had a role in building this noble edifice to their faith. Their participation took two forms: voluntary labor (sewa) at the site, and a donation (daswandh) of ten percent of their income to support the construction. In 1589 by Guru Arjun Dev - Nanak V (1563-1606) was laid down the foundation of the temple. Mir Mohammed Muayyinul Islam, popularly known as Mian Mir was requested to lay the foundation stone. The great Sikh secular leader, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, donated 100 kg of gold to the temple and thus gold was applied to the copper sheets on the roof and the exterior of the building. The construction of the temple was completed in late sixteenth century. The Sikh ruler, Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1803, rebuilt it. It is a two stores marble structure, with an imposing dome of pure gold. The architecture of the Temple is a blend of Hindu and Muslim styles. The golden dome is meant to represent an inverted lotus flower and the interior of the temple is decorated with semi precious stones, frescoes and glasswork. The gnarled old Jubi Tree in the northwest corner of the compound is believed to possess special powers. The Golden Temple's first high priest, Baba Buddhaya, planted it. Guru-ka-Langar or the communal canteen is towards the eastern entrance of the temple complex providing free food to all visitors, regardless of colour, creed, or caste.

Jallianwala Bagh
The huge ground, a reminder of the martyrdom of innocent Indians and the brutality of British General Dwyer, is Jalianwala Bagh. A historical monument today, once was the ground smeared with blood of hundreds of inncocent young and old Indians, men, women and children who had gathered on the new year day for the Punjabis on April 13, 1919, to denounce the rowlatt act. As the few of the speeches got over General Dwyer along with his troupes landed there with full force. He ordered his troupes to open fire without any warning. The bullets kept firing and ended only when the ammunition finished.

A memorial to the martyrdom of the innocents and the bullet marks on the wall tell this tragic incident. A must vist place to see the brutality of the British genral Dwyer.



Day 20: Amritsar – Delhi
Early in the morning check into the hotel after breakfast and leave for Delhi, upon arrival drop you at Delhi airport to catch the flight for onward destination.

 
ITINERARY
Daily Program schedule for Manali

First Day-:

Arrival Manali and transfer to Base camp after lunch equipment introduction and Body acclimatization and small trek for Killer Bridge. In the evening enjoy the valley with music. Night stay at Camp site

Second Day-:

Adventure activity Valley crossing and after lunch trek for snow Shivling temple & Solang ground. In the evening camp fire with Music

Third Day-:

Sight seeing like: Hadimba Devi temple, Zoo Park and visit Mall road Manali and Mountaineering Institute Museum In the evening Gun shooting & Archery

Fourth Day-:

Adventure activities Rock climbing & Rappelling After lunch trek for Jogani waterfall and Vashisth spring hot water temple. In the evening Camp fire with music

Fifth Day-:

Visit to Snow Point Rohtang Pass / Bhakharthaj. After lunch Hot Air Ballooning. After dinner Departure for Destination

Cost of the this trip is Rs. 2850/- per student / per Teacher (based on minimum 50 person)




03 Teachers are on complementary basis


                                                Programme Schedule

Educational and Adventure Tour Programme Rohtang Pass at Manali (H.P.)

School Students for Boys & Girl

Place Base Camp Kothi near – Rohtang Pass road Manali
Camp Duration 5 Days
Educational Visit
Mountaineering Institute Museum Manali (Special Lecture for Everester and Environment Education Identify Flora and fauna.
Adventure Sports Activity
• Trekking,
• Snow Shivling Trekking,
• Jogani Water Fall Trek,
• Tent Pitching, map reading,
• Rope Skill, Mountaineering,
• Rock Climbing,
• Rappelling,
• Valley Crossing at Peer Panjal Range &
• Physically river crossing
Local Site Seeing
• Hadimba Devi Temple,
• Mall Road,
• Manali Vashisth Temple,
• Snow Shivling Temple,
• Solang Valley etc.
Food Break Fast
• Morning Tea,
• Stuffed Prantha,
• Puri Bhaji,
• Chole Bhature,
• Bread Butter,
• Bread Slice,
• cornflakes with milk,
• Black Chana, Tea.
Mid Morning
Sharbat-E-Aazam,
Lemonade/Tea with Pakoda.
Lunch
• Chapati,
• Rice with choice,
• seasonal Green Vegetable,
• liquor Daal,
• Rayta,
• Salad,
• Pickle and dry in Lunch Packed.
Evening Tea
Bread Pakoda/Biscuits,
Tea/Soup.
Dinner
• Chapatti,
• Rice, Green Vegetable,
• Daal,
• Papar,
• Pickle,
• Salad,
• Paneer,
• Sweet Dish.
Staff
Well educated Male & Female expert instructor’s Basic course-MOI Passed with ‘A’ grad from Mountaineering Institute Manali.
Accommodation
• (Camping) Tents,
• 04 sharing basis
• Sleeping bag, Mattress,
• Permanent Fiber Toilet,
• Bathroom,
• Hot Water from Hamaam
• & D.J.,
Participants will have to bring with them
• Sports Shoes,
• Water Bottle,
• Goggles,
• Torch,
• Warm Clothes,
• Tracksuit,
• Face Cream,
• Kit Bag and
• Any Medicine Participants are habitual to use.
EXCLUDED
• Transportation
• Personal expenses like Local or STD calls
• Any insurance.
• Any claim due to natural Calamities such as land slide, road blockage etc.
• Or any other things which are not mentioned in cost included column.
 
GENERAL RULES
1
Tourist is advised is not to carry any precious items while in tour.
2
Tourist can enroll his/her names for the tours by paying initial advance. The balance amount must reach Delhi Office at least 5 days before scheduled departure of the tour without waiting for reminder from our side. If the full amount is not paid in the time the company reserves the right to cancel the bookings with consequent loss of deposit and apply the cancellation charges.
3
Tourist travel at their own risk. Neither the tour operator nor their representative or staff accept any liability or responsibility for an kind of risk, theft, delay, damages, loss, injury, accident, death etc. during their tour howsoever it might have caused.
4
The operator has also right to cancel at any time any or all the tours announced without assigning any reason whatsoever. In such case the operator's responsibility will be only to refund the amount by such passengers, without any compensation whatsoever.
5
The hotels are subject to change without prior notice.
6
The seats in the bus are allotted on "first comr first serverd basis" at the time of booking of the tour.
7
If there is any loss or damage by any passengers to the property of the hotel, bus, tour, operator or any other concerned parties or person during the tour then such passengers have to compensate the concerned parties or person for the same immediately.
8
During sightseeing we will take the bus /car up to the point it is allowed or can be taken. There offer if any vehicle or other arrangements are to be made then the expenses should be paid by the passengers only.
9
Timings mentioned in the itinerary for the bus/car tour are only estimated time for the sake of knowledge. There are always chances of delay in arrival at the destination due to various reasons.
10
Refunds, if any, will be given after a periods of ten days from the date of claim. Refunds will be paid only by cheque and only against receipts.
11
Due to unavoidable circumstanmces, if there is aloes in the stay of hotel or sightseeing or missed then no refund will be granted to the passengers in this respect.
12
If any passengers decide to break their journey after commencement of the tour, they can do so, but no refund for the balance periods of the tour will be granted to them and their all onwards journey arrangements will be the sole responsibility of such passengers only.
13
All disputes /legal claims subject to Delhi Jurisdiction only.
CANCELLATION RULES
1
20 Days or More days before departure of Tour 10% on Full amount
2
10 days before departure tour 25% on full amount.
3
06 days before departure of tour 40% on full amount.
4
Within 04 days before departure of tour :No Refund. 

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