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About the tour:

Monks, Monasteries, Mountains, and Momos together paint a beautiful canvas of Dharamshala. Enter a whole new world that will welcome you with the vibrant and unique blend of Tibetan, British and Himachali culture backed by the rustic Dhauladhar range. Feel the peaceful vibes in the larger-than-life monasteries, and soak in the spiritual chants by the red-robed monks along with the sound of rolling prayer wheels. 


Bring out the cricket fan in you and click a ‘fan cheering’ photograph at the world’s highest cricket stadium in Dharamshala. Hike on the less walked pine forest trails to Khajjiar (The mini Switzerland of India), go cafe hopping to dig in the authentic Tibetan food or sit back and relax by the cascading Bhagsu waterfall, this tour will refresh your senses and will be a perfect break from your routine life. 


Quick Info:

Route: Delhi - Dharamshala - Dalhousie - Khajjiar - Delhi

Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights

Start Point : Delhi

End Point : Delhi

Some Information

Country : India
Language Spoken : English
Visa Requirments : Yes
Area (km2) : 1770.80 km2
Per Person : Rs. 20100
Guide : Local Guide Available

Detailed Day Wise Itinerary

Meet a representative at a predecided location in Delhi where he will give you a quick overview of the tour and then help you with a smooth transfer to Dharamshala. Upon arrival in Dharamshala, you will be transferred to the hotel where you can relax after the tiring journey. Visit the picturesque Dharamshala Cricket Stadium that offers stunning views of the snow-capped Himalayas and is one of the highest sports grounds in the world. You will then visit the various colorful Buddhist temples and colonial-era churches that give Dharamshala its identity. Spend the rest of the day exploring the local market to shop for some souvenirs. Overnight stay at the hotel in Dharamshala.
Wake up early to enjoy the mesmerizing views of the sun rising above the beautiful Dhauladhar Ranges. After breakfast, you will be traveling to the beautiful suburb town of McLeod Ganj near Dharamshala. McLeod Ganj is the spiritual capital of Buddhists and is home to the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Buddhists. Visit St. John Church, which is a marvelous church that stands between the thick deodar forest near McLeod Ganj. You will be visiting the famous Bhagsunath Temple along with the beautiful Bhagsunath Waterfalls. Continue your sightseeing tour by visiting the serene Dal Lake and the beautiful little hamlet known as the Naddi Village. Before proceeding back to Dharamshala you will also visit the Kangra Art Museum and the War Memorial. On reaching back to the hotel in Dharamshala, enjoy a delicious dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel in Dharamshala.
After enjoying a delicious breakfast in the morning check out from the hotel and leave for Dalhousie. Travel through the scenic route which offers mesmerizing views of Dhauladhar Mountain Ranges. On reaching Dalhousie and check in to your hotel and after some rest, get ready to explore the locales of Dalhousie. Wander in the fresh and pollution-free environment of Dalhousie, take a walk towards Satdhara and Panch Pulla waterfalls, and get your soul refreshed. You can also visit Subhash Baoli or the Chamunda Devi Shrine. Witness the British heritage as you spot Scottish and Victorian architecture while visiting the churches in the hill station. Overnight stay at the hotel in Dalhousie.
After breakfast, proceed for the Dalhousie Sightseeing tour. You can enjoy boating at Chamera lake, hike up at the Kalatop wildlife sanctuary and also pay your respects at the Chamunda Devi Temple. You will then head to Khajjiar where you can choose to visit famous places like Khajjiar Lake and the Khajji Nag Temple. In the evening drive back to Dalhousie and take some rest. Later you are free to stroll in the famous shopping place of Dalhousie town, known as The Mall in Gandhi Chowk. Overnight stay at the hotel in Dalhousie.
Start your day with a delicious breakfast and then proceed to check out from the hotel and proceed to Delhi Once you reach Delhi it marks the end of the trip.


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