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In the lap of Himalaya

New Delhi, Rishikesh, Chandigarh, Dharamshala and Shimla

In the lap of Himalaya

$4000 per person
11 Days / 10 Nights
12+ Age

A wonderful journey that takes you through the cosmopolitan city of Delhi along with the picturesque hill stations of Dharamshala and Shimla . Lets travel to the lap of Himalayas, create amazing memories and awaken our spirit at Rishikesh! While you stay, you may experience and explore the city of Rishikesh for yoga, meditation and trekking etc.

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Sheraton New Delhi Hotel New Delhi 2 nights B&B
Hotel Ganga Kinare Rishikesh 2 nights B&B
Taj Chandigarh Chandigarh 2 nights B&B
Pride Hotel Dharamshala Dharamshala 2 nights B&B
Radisson Shimla Shimla 2 nights B&B

Plan

B&B:Bed and Breakfast

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    DELHI
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    Flights

Tour Plan

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DAY 1 : NEW DELHI
Upon arrival in Delhi, met by our representative and get transferred to your hotel. Our representative will assist you in check in formalities and will brief you about your tour.
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DAY 2 : NEW DELHI
Proceed to Old Delhi to visit the 17th century Jama Masjid, the largest mosque in India. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan between 1650 and 1656, it can accommodate ten thousand pax at one time. Hop on a cycle rickshaw and traverse through the lanes of Chandni Chowk, the shopping center of old Delhi. Later drive past the Red Fort for a photo shot and visit Raj Ghat where Gandhi Ji was cremated. Afternoon proceed to New Delhi, built in a typically British colonial style with tree-lined avenues and colonial bungalows. See India Gate, the 42 m high War Memorial Arch. Drive past the Parliament House, the Secretariat buildings and the Vice Regal Palace, now the official residence of the President of India. You will also visit Qutab Minar – what was intended to be the most glorious tower of victory in the world and was to be the prototype of all minars in India. It was built by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, the first Muslim ruler of Delhi in 1200 AD
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DAY 3 : RISHIKESH
 Board Shatabdi train to Haridwar (0600/1150 hrs) and then drive to Rishikesh. While you are in Haridwar, take a tour of the city. Haridwar (Vishnu’s door) at the base of the Shiwalik hills is a town of temples, ghats and ashrams. Its location at the point where the Ganges leaves the Himalayas to begin its journey across the plains, makes it a particularly holy place. Every 12 years the Kumbh festival attracts millions of pilgrims who come and bathe in the river. Various episodes from the Hindu epic Mahabharata are set in this ancient town. Har-ki-Pauri, the most popular ghat, has a footprint of Lord Vishnu set in stone.
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DAY 4 : RISHIKESH
Visit Laxman Jhoola - This suspended iron bridge was build in 1939 and has been a major attraction among the tourists. Visit temples , the prominent among them is  Paramarth Ashram. Walk in the narrow lanes dotted with guest houses and shops . Pass by the bathing ghats (banks of river). In the evening watch Aarti ceremony at Pramarth Ashram.
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DAY 5 : CHANDIGARH
Drive to Chandigarh (285 kms/ 7 hrs). Upon arrival check in at your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Chandigarh, the capital of Punjab and Haryana, was designed by Le Corbusier, the famous French architect. It is unlike any city in India, with modern buildings, broad boulevards, parks and an overall air of prosperity.
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DAY 6 : CHANDIGARH
Take a tour of the city including a visit to the Secretariat and Legislative Assembly, the multi-pillared High Court, State Library and University. Also visit the Rose Garden with more than 1500 varieties of roses, the Botanical Garden and the beautiful Sukhna lake. Enjoy boat ride at the lake. Visit the Rock garden. The Rock garden was built in the year 1957 by officer Nek Chand single-handedly in his spare time and has become a long-standing symbol of imagination and novelty in the city. Having a total of about 5,000 statues within its bounds, the Rock Garden is one of the prime attractions of Chandigarh and is a must visit.
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DAY 7 : DHARAMSHALA
Drive to Dharamshala ( 245 kms/ 6 hrs). Upon arrival check in at your hotel. Day at leisure. Dharamshala is the principal township of the Kangra Valley region and is magnificently set to the background of the Dhauldhar mountains. Pine forests cover the hillsides and numerous streams cut a path through them, allowing exciting opportunities for fishing. The town has been the seat of his Holiness, the Dalai Lama, the leader of the Tibetans since 1960 when the Chinese over-ran and occupied Tibet. So much so that Dharamshala is often referred to as little Lhasa.
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DAY 8 : DHARAMSHALA
Take a tour of this hilly city. Splendidly situated, Dharamshala is a beautiful town set amidst forests of pine. A faint colonial aura still lingers around cottages that snuggle into the hillside and in the stone church of St. John in the wilderness with its beautiful stained glass windows. Up in Macleodganj is a charming Tibetan settlement with bustling bazaars that sell carpets, handicrafts and delicious Tibetan food. A giant prayer wheel ornaments a main street and in the monastery, a serene statue of the Lord Buddha presides over the gentle chanting of the monks. The Dalai Lama resides in Macleodganj, which is now the School of Tibetan Studies with rare manuscripts and ancient texts, the Tibetan Institute for the Performing Arts and a handicrafts centre. Visit Tibetan museum.
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DAY 9 : SHIMLA
Drive to Shimla (236 kms/ 5 hrs). Upon arrival check in at your hotel. Day at leisure.
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DAY 10 : SHIMLA
Enjoy a short ride in Toy Train. he age of the toy train has gone more than 100 years from the day it has inaugurated by the Viceroy of India. It is fun ride for tourists coming to the Shimla hill station. It runs for 96 kilometers (60 miles) though 20 railway stations, 102 tunnels, 800 bridges, and an incredible 900 curves. The longest tunnel, which stretches for more than a kilometer, is near the main railway station at Barog. The most spectacular scenery occurs from Barog to Shimla. The train's speed is greatly restricted by the steep gradient that it has to climb, but this allows for plenty of fascinating sightseeing along the way.Take a city tour. The British called Shimla the "Queen of Hill Stations." Situated in the northwest Himalayas, Shimla the summer capital of India before independence is now the capital of Himachal Pradesh. Visit the Naldhera Golf course. This was originally built under the supervision of Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India. At an altitude of 2,200 meters, the Naldehra Golf course is ideal for a game of golf in pleasant weather.
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DAY 11 : END OF ITINERARY
Connect train to Delhi. Upon arrival, connect to onward flight.
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