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Explore North India 19 Night 20 Days Package Jammu and Kashmir

Explore North India 19 Night 20 Days Package Jammu and Kashmir Explore North India 19 Night 20 Days Package Jammu and Kashmir Explore North India 19 Night 20 Days Package Jammu and Kashmir Explore North India 19 Night 20 Days Package Jammu and Kashmir

The special package to discover all about the glory and grandeur of Himachal, Punjab, Jammu and Ladakh.

 

 

1st Day: Delhi to Manali

2nd Day: Manali Local sightseeing

3rd Day: Manali to Chandratal Lake

4th Day: Chandratal Lake to Keylong

5th Day: Keylong to Tabo

6th Day: Tabo to Sarahan

7th Day: Sarahan to Sangla

8th Day: Sangla to Kullu

9th Day: Kullu to Dharamsala

10th Day: Dharamsala Local Sightseeing 

11th Day: Dharamsala to Shimla

12th Day: Shimla Local Sightseeing 

13th Day: Shimla to Amritsar

14th Day: Amritsar Local Sightseeing 

15th Day: Amritsar to Jammu

16 Day: Jammu (Vaishnodevi Temple)

17th Day: Jammu to Leh

18th Day: Leh Local Sight seeing

19th Day: Local Sight seeing, Shey, Thiksey and Hemis Monastery Thiksey Gompa

20th Leh to Delhi by Air

1st Day: Delhi to Manali

At the northern end of the Kullu Valley, is the main resort in the area. It’s beautifully situated and there are many pleasant walks around the town, as well as a large numbers hotels and restaurants.


 

2nd Day: Manali Local sightseeing

Hadimba Temple: The temple of the goddess Hadimba, who plays such a major part in Kullu’s annual festival, is a sombre wooden structure in a clearing in the dense forest.
 

Old Manali Village: The current town of Manali is actually a new creation that has superseded the old village, a couple of km from away. Follow the road across the cascading Manalsu stream, from where you can climb up to this interesting little village, which is becoming a popular place.

Tibetan Monastery: The colourful, pleasant new Tibetan Monastery has carpet-making operation.

Vashisht: Vashisht is picturesque little place, clinging to the steep hillside about three km Manali. On foot the distance is a bit shorter since you can follows paths up the hillside, where cars have to wind up the road.

 

 

3rd Day: Manali to Chandratal Lake

The lake is situated in between the Baralacha-la. The beautiful lake.

 

 

4th Day: Chandratal Lake to Keylong

Keylong is the main town in the Lahaul and Spiti region; there are a number of interesting monasteries within easy reach of this oasis like town. The old Kharding Monastery, formerly the capital of Lahaul, overlooks Keylong, only 3.5 km away.

 

 

5th Day: Keylong to Tabo

One of the most important gompas, not just in Spiti but in the whole of the Tibetan Buddhist world. There also’s modern gompa and painitng school founded by the Dalai Lama.

 

 

6th Day: Tabo to Sarahan

The last village in the district before entering Kinnaur, Sarahan is spectacularly located above the Sutley River.

 

 

7th Day: Sarahan to Sangla

The main village in the Sangla Valley is 18 km from Karcham, on the Hindustan to Tibet road, and can be reached by jeep.

 

 

8th Day: Sangla to Kullu

Reroute toward Manali and the caravan will move over the Rothang Pass. The fertile Kullu Valley rises northward from Mandi at 760 metres to the Rahtang Pass at 3978 metres, the gateway to Lahoul and Spiti. In the south the valley is little more than narrow, precipitous gorge, with the Beas River sometimes a sheer 300 metres below the narrow road.

 

 

9th Day: Kullu to Dharamsala

Following the Chinese invasion of Tibet, it was to Dharamsala that the Dalai Lama and his follower fled, and this hill station is now best known as the seat Tibet’s government in exile and the temporary home of His Holiness. Travelers can join the meditation course at Dalai Lama meditation centre.

 

 

10th Day: Dharamsala,

Local sight seeing Sightseeing includes Kangra Art Museum, Church of St. John and walk around the Dal lake, Bhagsu.

 

 

11th Day: Dharamsala to Shimla

In the days before Independence, Shimla was the most important British hill station, and in the hot season became the summer capital’ of India. Shimla was first ‘discovered by the British in 1819, but it was not until 1822 that the first permanent house was erected and not until many years later that Shimla became the summer capital.

 

 

12th Day: Shimla, Local Sightseeing

Fagu: At 2510 metres, has very fine views. It’s 22 km from Shimla and receives lot of snow in winter. This town is famous for the potato.


Narkanda: At 3143 metres, 64 km from Shimla, this is a popular spot for viewing th Himayala, particularly from the 3300-metre Hattu peak. This place is also famous for Skiing.

 

 

13th Day: Shimla to Amritsar

Drive the taxi to the city of Golden Temple, Ram Das, the fourth guru of the Sikhs, founded the city in 1557. Amritsar is both the centre of the Sikhs religion and the major city of Punjab State.

 

14th Day: Amritsar, Local Sight seeing

Golden Temple: The holiest shrine of the Sikhs religion, also known as the Hari Mandir, is in the centre of the old part town. The temple itself is surrounded by the pool which gave the town its name, and it reached by a causeway.

Jallianwala Bagh: This park is five minutes walk from the Golden Temple and commemorates the 2000 Indians who were killed or wounded at this site, shot indiscriminately by the British in 1919. Fort Gobind Garh: In the southwest of the city, has been taken over by the Indian army and is now off limits. Ranjit Singh, who was also responsible for constructing the city walls, built it in 1805-09.

 

15th Day: Amritsar to Jammu and local Sightseeing at Jammu.

Raghunath & Rambireswar Temples The Raghunath is the largest complex was built in 1835 and Rambireswar temple is dedicated to Siva and dates from 1883. Amar Mahal On the northern outskirts town, just off the Srinagar road, is the Amar Mahal palace, curious example of French architecture. The palace museum has a family portrait gallery and another important collection of paintings.

 

 

16 Day: Jammu,

Visit the Vaishnodevi Temple This important cave temple is dedicated to the three mother goddesses of Hinduism. Thousands of pilgrims visit the cave each year after making a steep 12-km climb from the roadhead at Katra of taking a shorter and easier climb from a new road.

 

 

17th Day: Jammu to Leh by Air

Ladakh has found expression in its monuments, monasteries, oral literature, art forms, fair, festivals and harvest. Ladakh is bounded by two of the world mightiest mountain ranges, The Great Himalaya and Karakoram, it lies athwart two others, the Ladakh range and Zansar range. Ladakh lies at altitude ranging from about 9000 feet (2750 m). Reach Leh by Indian Airlines flight. Leh is main Centre of Ladakh. With the inhabitants of 50,000, Leh is located in small valley just the north of Indus valley. The tourists are advised to take complete rest for the proper acclimatization to the high altitude atmosphere.

 

 

18th Day: Local Sight seeing,

Leh Bazaar, Leh Palace and Sankar gompa The women’s vegetable market in the afternoon and some interesting place to visit. And the evening the Sankar monastery.

Leh Gompa: It is situated above the Leh Palace and was built in 1430. It contains a 13.7 metres high statue of the Buddha which the Ladakhi call Chamba. According to the Lamas this splendid statue is the future Buddha. A butter burns day and night in front of this statue.

Sankar Gompa: Just 3 kms from Leh is this monastery that has a formidable collection of miniature of pure gold and a number of exciting painting. It is well lit and may be visited in the evening as well.

 

 

19th Day: Local Sight seeing, Shey, Thiksey and Hemis Monastery

Thiksey Gompa: En route to Hemis Gompa, the Thiksey monastery is a most imposing structure providing a panoramic view of the green Indus valley from its vantage atop a hill. It has chambers full of statues, stupas and tannkhas.

Shey Palace and Monastery: Also on the way to Hemis Gompa and 15 kms from Leh is the summer palace of the erstwhile, Raja of Leh, set upon a hill sitting Buddha wrought with copper and gold that leaves one lama before hand. Many chortens can be seen to the east of the monastery.

Hemis Monastery: This is biggest and the most important monastery in Ladakh. It is situated 49 kms to south of Leh, a little off the main Leh-Manali road. It was built in the 17th century by Chapgon Gyalshas and ever since has enjoyed the patronage of the royal family. Hemis is the headquater of the Drukpa order and all the monasteries throughout Ladakh are administered by it. It also trains Lamas for the royal monasteries at Leh, Shey and Bazgo. In the 19th century it faced a siege by General Zorawar Singh. The Gompa was saved to the skillful handing of the situation by the head Lama. In 1956 the head Lama Hemis Gompa disappeared mysteriously never to be seen again. A 12 years old boy was brought from Dalhousie. In 1976 to be appointed as head Lama. He will assume authority after his training period is complete. The monastery contains quite a few gold statue and stupas decorated with precious stones. It has a superb collection of tankhas, including one, which is supposed to be the largest in existence and is exhibited only once every 11 years. The monastery has annual festival, which falls in June/ July and is a big tourist attraction. Masked dances are held on that day.

 

 

20th Leh to Delhi by Air Transfer to the airport and reach Delhi within 2 hours.

Attraction of this package Manali, Kullu, Keylong, Tabo, Sarahan, Sangra, Dharamsala, Shimla, Vaishnodevi, Jammu, Amritsar, Chandratal Lake, Ladakh and many more.

The special package to discover all about the glory and grandeur of Himachal, Punjab, Jammu and Ladakh.Attraction of this package Manali, Kullu, Keylong, Tabo, Sarahan, Sangra, Dharamsala, Shimla, Vaishnodevi, Jammu, Amritsar, Chandratal Lake, Ladakh and many more.

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