Himalaya Package Tour
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Day 1: Arrive Delhi, assistance on arrival and transfer to the hotel.
Day 2, Delhi - Amritsar (by train or car) :
Morning transfer to railway station for your train to Amritsar (ETD 0720hrs. ETA 1300hrs.) Arrive Amritsar and transfer to hotel. Afternoon visit Golden Temple & Wagah border. O/n Hotel .
Day 3: Amritsar Paragpur :
Morning after breakfast drive about 5hrs. to heritage village of India at Paragpur. our overnight stay will be in Judges Court (heritage hotel), set in fruit orchids, here you will be looked after by its charming owner and family. Afternoon visit to the ancient Jwalamukhi temple, one of the most important pilgrimage sites in north India. Overnight in hotel..
Day 4: Paragpur Dharamshala (1357 M) :
Morning after breakfast a short drive (65 kms/ 1 hr), to the headquarters of H.H. the Dalai Lama . O/n Hotel.
Day 5: Dharamsala :
Explore the bustling bazaars and old medical centre; visit gompas; meet the local Tibetan people or walk in woods. O/n hotel.
Day 6: Dharamsala
Morning visit to Dalai Lamas residence and monastery to attend H.H. Dalai Lamas birthday. O/n hotel.
Day 7: Dharamshala - Palampur (1219 M).
After breakfast Short drive (26kms/ 1 hr), to the Tea estate of Palampur,in Kangra Valley. This drive takes us along the tumbling Beas River, through dense blue pine forests. We arrive in Plalampur and stay 1 night in a delightful Heritage Hotel- Taragarh Palace, commanding lovely views of the Duladhar mountain range. The hotel is set in tea gardens, a perfect place to unwind and relax. Afternoon visit to Tashijong Monastery and school also visit to Bajnath Shiva temple, the temple is a good example of the Nagri style of architecture. overnight in Taragarh Palace.
Day 8: Palampur- Manali (2050 M) :
After breakfast we drive (195 kms/ 8hrs), This drive takes us along the tumbling Beas River, through dense blue pine forests. Arrive Manali and Stay in Hotel.
Manali full day visit to Hadimba Devi temple, Vashisth hot sulphur springs, Hanuman temple. Evening free to stroll in the local bazaar. O/n hotel.
Day 10: Manali - Keylong (3349M)
After breakfast we drive about 6hrs. (115kms) to Keylong over Rothang Pass (3980 M), which offers spectacular views of Pir Panjal Range and Lahauls haunting beauty. O/n Simple Guest house.
Day 11: Keylong Sarchu (4253 M) :
After breakfast we drive about 7hrs. (107 kms) to Sarchu, over Baralacha La (4892 M). O/n fixed camp.
Day 12, Sarchu Leh (3505 M) :
After breakfast drive about 9hrs. (253 kms) to Leh, over Lachalang La (5065 M), & Tanglang La (5360 M). O/n Hotel Ladakhi style.
Leh free day to acclimatize. O/n hotel.
Leh After breakfast, a half day trip to the 200 year old Shankar monastery, which contains a plethora of impressive images, wall paintings and sculptures, including a huge statue of Aloketesvara-with 1000 arms & heads. Next stop is the Japanese built peace Pagoda (Shanti Stupa). The winding road leading to it offers enthralling views of the surrounding countryside. Crowned with a massive dome, this stupa is reminiscent of Nalanda and Rajgir stupas. Afternoon, visit a Ladakhi Buddhist family and share a cup of butter tea, tsampa (roasted barley) and tschang (fermented barley beer), and see their the way of living. Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
Leh - Full day of sightseeing, visiting the three most important monasteries of Ladakh - Hemis Gompa, Thiksey Gompa and Shey Palace. Hemis is one of the largest and wealthiest monasteries in Ladakh and houses about 150 monks; it also stages the annual Hemis festival. The Gompa, nestled in a gorge and surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery, was built in the 18th century and houses a wide range of beautiful frescoes, thankas, Buddha statues and an excellent library. On the way back to Leh, we visit the superbly situated, 16th century, Thiksey Gompa, which is perched on a hill top. The Gompa houses an important collection of Tibetan-style books, a huge Buddha statue and some excellent works of art. Last stop is the ruined Shey Palace, once the summer palace of the pre-Tibetan kings. The palace monastery houses a large, bronze, blue haired Buddha statue. Back to Leh hotel for dinner and overnight.