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Himachal-Pradesh

The Land of Hills- Himachal Pradesh

Destinations Covered: Chandigarh – Dharamashala (McLeod Ganj) – Dalhousie – Khajjiar – Chamba

06 NIGHTS / 07 DAYS

Chandigarh:-Chandigarh, a union territory that is the capital of both Punjab as well as Haryana, is an ideal definition of the word ‘city’. With a culture that includes instances of both traditional Punjab as well as modernity, Chandigarh’s food and gedi culture (a leisure drive or ride the city) is something that everyone knows of!Located at a distance of 265 km from Delhi, Chandigarh is one of the favorite’s weekend road trip destinations of Delhiites. Any tour of “The City Beautiful” needs to begin with boating at the beautiful Sukhna Lake. The other worth-visiting attractions in Chandigarh are the Rock Garden, and the Leisure Valley & Rose Garden. Chandigarh’s Rock Garden is very well known for having been entirely designed out of discarded industrial and urban waste while the Leisure Valley is an 8-kilometre-long well-maintained park which houses Asia’s most extensive rose garden, a very popular draw among tourists and locals alike.One of the most famous places to visit in Chandigarh is the Capitol complex, which is also often referred to as Le Corbusier Centre. Earlier used as Le Corbusier’s base, this UNESCO World Heritage Site has now been converted into a museum, and tourists are free to visit it. The Capitol is also home to the state’s Vidhan Sabha, High Court, and Secretariat.

Dalhousie:-The tiny tinsel town Dalhousie tucked away in the lap of Himachal Pradesh is a piece of paradise for all the travelers. It boasts of old world charm, mesmerizing natural landscape, pine-clad valleys, flower bedecked meadows, fast flowing rivers, magnificent misty mountains and some of the most spectacular views in the world. The air smells of the Scottish and Victorian architecture and the ambience reminds you of the pristine British flavors.

Dharamashala (McLeod Ganj):-Dharamsala is famed as the holy residence of the Dalai Lama and houses the Tibetan monk in exile. Dharamsala is located in Kangra district at a distance of 18km from Kangra City. The city is distinctively separated as upper and lower divisions with different altitudes. The lower division is the Dharamsala town itself whereas the upper division is popularly known as Mcleodganj. This is situated on the upper hilly stretch of land of Kangra Valley which is placed just against the picturesque scene of Dhauladhar ranges. Being a Tibetan hub, Dharamsala is considered to be one of the best places to learn and explore Buddhism and Tibetan Culture.

Khajjiar:-Khajjiar is a hill station in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Dating from the 12th century, Khajji Nag Temple is dedicated to a serpent god. Nearby, the high-altitude Khajjiar Lake is surrounded by cedar forest. West, Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary is home to animals including deer and bears. Farther west, Dalhousie is a hill station with mountain views, dotted with temples and 19th-century British churches.

Chamba:-Chamba is a town in the Chamba district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. According to the 2001 Indian census, the town is situated on the banks of the Ravi River (a major tributary of the Trans-Himalayan Indus River), at its confluence with the Sal River. Chambial were the Rulers of Chamba State [1] Chambials use suffix Varmans.Though historical records date the history of the Chamba region to the Kolian tribes in the 2nd century BC, the area was formally ruled by the Maru dynasty, starting with the Raju Maru from around 500 AD, ruling from the ancient capital of Bharmour, which is located 65 kilometres (40 mi) from the town of Chamba. In 920, Raja Sahil Varman (or Raja SahilVerma) shifted the capital of the kingdom to Chamba, following the specific request of his daughter Champavati [3] (Chamba was named after her). From the time of Raju Maru, 67 Rajas of this dynasty ruled over Chamba until it finally merged with the Indian Union in April 1948, although Chamba was under British suzerainty from 1846 to this time.[2]The town has numerous temples and palaces,[3][4] and hosts two popular jatras (fairs), the “Suhi Mata Mela” and the “MinjarMela”, which last for several days of music and dancing. Chamba is also well noted for its arts and crafts, particularly its Pahari paintings, which originated in the Hill Kingdoms of North India between the 17th and 19th century, and its handicrafts and textiles.

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

  • Day 01: –Drive from Delhi to Chandigarh ((243.5 km/4 h 30 min)
    The car will pick you up after you arrive at the airport/railway station and take you to Chandigarh. Check-in at the hotel. In the early evening visit Sukhna Lake, Rock Garden, Chandigarh Museum and Art Gallery, etc. Overnight stay at hotel.
  • Day 02: –Chandigarh to Dharamashala (240.6 km/5 h 36 min)
    After breakfast Check/Out from the hotel and proceed to Dharamashala. Enroute cover Dal lake, tibetan monastery.Overnight stay at hotel.
  • Day 03: –Dharamshala – Dalhousie (118.8 km/3 h 42 min )
    After breakfast cover Bagsu nag Temple and get transferred to Dalhousie, by road. En-route, admire the mesmerizing scenery, the cool breeze and the verdant greenery sprinkled all around. Upon arrival in Dalhousie, complete the check-in at the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Explore the near-by locations on your own, taste the local renditions and more. Stay overnight.
  • Day 04: –Dalhousie Local sightseeing
    After breakfast is for half-day tour sightseeing. Dalhousie was founded by Lord Dalhousie in the second half of the 1800’s and so the place has been named after him. It is dotted with a number of attractions such as Satdhara Falls, Chamunda Devi Temple, Kalatop Sanctuary etc. The evening is at leisure. Overnight in the hotel.
  • Day 05: –Dalhousie – Khajjiar–ChambaAfter breakfast an excursion to Chamba and Khajjiar. Both these towns near Dalhousie are known for their lush landscape, floral meadows and tranquility. The list of attractions of the day includes Central Park- it offers a magnificent view of the entire hill town, Rang Mahal-one of the largest monuments of the region that is built in Mughal-British architecture, Khajjiar Lake and Bhuri Singh Museum-named after Chamba’s former king, it houses collection of miniature paintings, wooden carvings etc. If you are an adventure enthusiast, you can also try your hand at zorbing. Back to Dalhousie for overnight stay.
  • Day 06: –Dalhousie –Chandigarh (313.8 km/7 h 23 min)
    Drive to Chandigarh after breakfast. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel. Spend the evening at your leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel
  • Day 07: –Drive from Chandigarh to Delhi (250 km/approx. 5 hours)
    Check-out from the hotel after breakfast and drive to Delhi for your return journey.

TOUR ENDS

Inclusions
  1. Airport or railway station transfer
  2. AC transportation by private vehicles as per itineraries and package (AC will be switched off on hilly area)
  3. Daily breakfast at hotel.
  4. All accommodation on twin sharing basis (3/4 star category)
  5. All parking charges and Road taxes, toll taxes.
Exclusions
  1. Camera fee
  2. Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
  3. Travel insurance
  4. 5% GST
  5. Any Airfare / Train fare
  6. Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, and vehicle mal-functions, political disturbances etc.
  7. Tips, laundry & phone call
  8. All entry fees for sightseeing (If applicable)
  9. Peak season surcharges not included.
  10. All personal expenses & Others (Out of Itinerary)
  11. Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley trip

Please note:-Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley trip on direct payment and depend on weather condition

Package Cost – Rs 13,800

* Above mentioned package price is applicable when it is a group of 6 tourists.
Depending on the no. of tourists, tour package price per person will vary.

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