Chandigarh, the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana, was designed by the Swiss-French modernist architect, Le Corbusier. His buildings include the Capitol Complex with its High Court, Secretariat and Legislative Assembly, as well as the giant Open Hand Monument. The nearby Rock Garden is a park featuring sculptures made of stones, recycled ceramics and industrial relics.
Day 01 : Chandigarh Shimla
Arrival at Chandigarh railway station and we shall transfer you to Shimla, Overnight stay at Shimla.
Day 02 : Shimla Local and Kufri
After Breakfast shall leave for the sight seeing of Kufri and then back to the Shimla, Local sight seeing of Shimla and by the evening return to the Hotel for the overnight stay
Local sight seeing of Shimla: - The Mall Shimla, Kalibari Temple Shimla, Shimla State Museum, Summer Hill, Jakhu Hills, Sankat Mochan and local shopping at Shimla
Day 03 : Shimla Manali
After Breakfast shall depart to Manali, overnight stay at Manali
Day 04 : Manali Rohtang
After Breakfast shall leave for the Rohtang pass up to the snow line area and by the evening shall back to Manali for the overnight stay.
Activities at Rohtang: - Skiing, Playing in the Snow, a hot cup of tea again and again enjoy the public playing snow at Rohtang
Activities in Manali: - Evening half day city tour visiting Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Village, Vashisht Hot Water Springs, Van Vihar, Hong Kong Market, The Mall Manali and The Tibetan Monastery
Day 05 : Manali Manikaran Kullu
After Breakfast shall depart for Manikaran there, we see hot water springs, Gurudwara, Ram Mandir, thereafter back to Kullu, Shopping of Kullu Shawls etc and then back to Manali for the overnight stay.
Day 06 : Manali Dharamshala
After Breakfast shall depart for Dharamshala by the evening, reach Dharamshala, overnight stay at Dharamshala
Activities Same day: - Same day we will explore, Bhagsunag, Tibetan Markets, Naddi, Bhagsunag Temple and Waterfall, Tibetan Monastery
Day 07 : Dharamshala Kangra Chamunda Jawala jee
After Breakfast shall depart for the sidh piths of Himachal Pradesh, Brajeshwari temple in Kangra, Chamunda Devi Temple in Kangra and Jawala Jee Temple and then back to Mcleodganj for the overnight stay
Day 08 : Dharamshala Dalhousie
After Breakfast shall depart for Dalhousie, overnight stay at Dalhousie
Activities same day at Dalhousie: - local sight seeing of Dalhousie, Jandhrighat Palace, Subhash Bowli, Bara Pathar, Panjphulla, Subhash Chownk, GPO Dalhousie, Satdhara and the last but not least Old Churches of Dalhousie, Must eat Gulab Jamun at Cafe Dalhousie, Walk from GPO to Subhash Chownk through Thandi Sarak, also visit to D C Khanna Grocery shop.
Day 09 : Dalhousie Khajjiar Chamba
After Breakfast we shall depart for Khajjiar known as Mini Switzerland of India, on the way to Khajjiar we shall stop at Kalatop (A Nature walk suggestive here from Kalatop toll Bridge to Kalatop Rest House) and there after to Khajjiar and thereafter towards Chamba and after full day excursion shall back to Dalhousie for the overnight stay.
Activities at Khajjiar: - Horse riding, Zorbing, Nature walks suggestive here in betweens the trees, must visit to the KHAJJI NAGA TEMPLE there.
Chamba Activities: - visit the famous Luxmi Narayan Temple (Ancient and Historical Temple) and the Chamunda Temple (famous for its ancient wooden carving) both are the sidh piths of Chamba and Museum.
Day 10 : Dalhousie Amritsar
After Breakfast shall depart for Amritsar, overnight stay at Amritsar
Same day Activities: - We shall visit Wagah Border for the indo Pakistan evening Closing parade Ceremony
Day 11 : Amritsar Local Sightseeing
After Breakfast Shall leave for the local sightseeing of Amritsar and shall return to Hotel for the overnight stay
Activities same day: -Golden Temple, Durgiana Temple, Jallianwala Bagh, Hall Bazaar for Shopping,
Eating Out Places: - Popular Bakery for Chicken Patty, Ahuja for Lassi, Barawon da Dhaba for Meals
Day 12 : Amritsar railway Station
After Breakfast shall leave for Railway station or Airport for Dropping Please for the onwards journey to way back home