I will personally come to welcome your arrival at the Delhi Airport, Railway Station and transfer you to the hotel.
After taking breakfast you will follow this local sightseeing (Birla Mandir, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Himayun Tomb, India Gate, Rashtrapati Bhawan & Parliament House Rajghat, Red Fort and Jama Masjid ) walk round in market of chandni chowk, dinner and overnight at hotel.
Morning after breakfast we move for Amritsar. History of Amritsar is really fascinating. The city has been famous for puissant Sikhs and has legends attached to it. According to the legend, when the fourth Guru of the Sikhs Guru Ram Das heard about the healing powers of the pool, he ordered his son Guru Arjan Dev to erect a temple at the site. Overnight in Amritsar.
After breakfast site seeing of the golden temple, walk around in the city bazaar and evening time the parade of the Wagah Border, overnight in Amritsar.
In the morning we move for Dharamshala, check in hotel. Founded by the British between 1815 and 1847, Dharamshala remained a low-profile hill town till the influx of Tibetan refugees along with the Dalai Lama since October 1959. India welcomed the religious leader and offered him and his people sanctuary and a place to stay in Dharmashala. Overnight in Dharamshala.
Sightseeing of dharamshala. St. John in the Wilderness: A stone church with delicate stained glass windows and a memorial to Lord Elgin. Dal Lake: A popular picnic spot surrounded by forests of fir. An annual fair is held here, every September. Bhagsunath: Close to Dal lake is the shrine of Bhagsunath, an easy walk from the Macleodganj Bazzar. There is a pretty waterfall not far away.
After breakfast we move for Manali. Manali's 'history' is really more myth than history. According to Hindu mythology, Manali was the home of the lawgiver Manu (after whom the town is named). Legend has it that when a flood deluged the earth, Manu and the gods were towed to dry ground by a giant fish, overnight in Manali/p>
After breakfast site seen of Manali.
Hadimba Temple: Manali has many attractions but the chief centre of interest, historically atld archaeologically, is undoubtedly the Dhoongri Temple.
Manu Temple: 3 kms. from the main bazaar in old Manali lies the temple of Manu Rishi.
Vashist Hot Water Springs and Temple (3 kms): Vashist, a small village located on the left bank of river Beas towards Rohtang pass is worth a visit. It is renowned for its hot springs and temples. Nearby is the pyramidal stone temple dedicated to Vashist Muni, overnight in Manali.
After breakfast we move for shimla. Way back in 1817, a small village tucked away in the Himalayas was discovered by British surveyors and pronounced an ideal retreat for the homesick colonizers.
Sightseeing of shimla. Places to see around Shimla include- Mashobra. Bekhaltv road, camp sites and the Golf Course at Naldehra, Tattapani, the Shiv-Parvati Caves, The Kum Slopes, etc.
After breakfast we move for Delhi, overnight in Delhi.
Departure as per your desire (Airport / Railway Station).
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