Day 02: Sightseeing Moradabad: The Sai Temple in Moradabad is dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba and many people throng the temple. Visit the ancient Pataleshwar Bholenath Temple, where devotees give brooms as offerings because it is believed that it will cleanse their sins. Journey to Nainital 115 km/ 2 Hrs Journey. Night halt at Hotel Sheela.
Day 03: Sightseeing Nainital .1) Naina Devi Temple: The deity of the temple is Maa Naina Devi represented by two eyes.2)Naini Lake (Nainital): Amidst seven mountains touching the sky, the heart of the place is a ravishing lake showering its beauty with pristine and stagnant water. The lake offers ample opportunities for adventure lovers as well with yachting, boating and paddling facilities. One can explore the lake from one end to another watching the dynamic sun setting for the dusk providing peace and tranquility. Naini Lake is divided into two parts Mallital and Tallital. The north end of the Lake is called Mallital and the southern end of the Lake is known as Tallital. The lake is on its majestically height during the night time when the light of the houses, cottages on the mountains covering Nainital reflects upon it and makes the view invigorating. Aerial Ropeway, Eco Cave Garden, Tiffin Top, and Land’s End: During night it feels like there’s a city underneath the stagnant water of Naini Lake. Nainital is an ideal destination for families, poets and writers, nature lovers and adventure lovers as well.Night halt at Hotel Sheela.
Day 04: Leave nainital for Kausani 117 Km /2 Hrs Bus Journey. Sightseeing Zoo: Govind Ballabh Pant high altitude zoo is situated around 2km from the bus station. Sightseeing Highlights: Kausani offers several vantage points from where you can enjoy the views of Himalayan peaks such as Trishul, Nanda Devi and Nandakot. The area near State Bungalow at Kausani is one of these viewing points. Anashakti Ashram is Kausani's landmark where Mahatma Gandhi stayed. Baijnath and Bageshwar are famous Temples .Visit the other destinations of this region, such as Ranikhet, Almora, Binsar and Multeshwar. Night halt at Hotel Blossom.
Day 05: Leave Kausani for Corbett National Park 165 km /3Hrs Bus Journey: Safari the experience will be unforgettable. Stretching over 520 sq. km with a core area of 330 sq. km, the Corbett National Park consists of mixed deciduous and sal forests and stretches of savannah grasslands where antelope, chital, hog deer and sambar graze. The Rhesus monkey and common langur are ubiquitous, while the long-snouted gharial, marsh crocodile, cobras and pythons can be seen on the mud banks of the Ramganga. Night Halt at Corbet inn.
Day 06: Corbert / Hardwar: Leave Corbert for Haridwar by 89 Km/1 Hrs Bus Journey. Haridwar a Way to Heaven .Haridwar is also pronounced as Hardwar by many Hindu pilgrims who consider Hardwar to be the holiest place among all others.Hardwar is a very spiritual place and the presence of the river Ganges has made its recognition more intense and profound. The river Ganges tumbles down to the northern plains from the hills and the sight is extremely reflective and attracts millions of devotee from all over the world. A must watch place in Hardwar is HARI-KI PAIRI. It is basically a huge ghat of the river Ganges where all the pilgrims gather for the evening prayers at sharp seven o clock above the stairs of the ghat. Attened Ganga Arati at Hari-ki Par. Dinner and overnight Hotel Disney inn.
Day 7: Neelkanth Mahadev & Rishikesh around Lakshmana Jhula. : Sight Seeing Neelkanth is situated at a height of 1675 m,on a hill above Swarg Ashram, Neelkanth Mahadev is one of the most revered temples of Rishikesh. Mythology says that in the ancient times when the ocean was being churned for 'Amrit' (Potion for immortality), first
Venom oozed out. Lord Shiva drank the venom at a place which is now called
Nilkanth Mahadeo. Diner and night halt at Hotel Disney inn.
Leave Amritsar for Chandighar: Prior to the partition of India, Lahore was the capital city of undivided Punjab. But, after the partition, when Lahore went to Pakistan, India was left without any capital. Also, it led to the migration of people of west Punjab to the eastern towns within India. These two factors gave rise to the need to choose a site in the foothills of Shivalik range that would serve as the capital of Punjab. The city got its name from Chandi, the Goddess of power and Garh meaning fortress. After the site was finalized, a master plan for the city was prepared by an American team (Mayor, Whittleslay, Glass & Nowicki). This is how Chandigarh turned into a well-planned capital city of Punjab, India .Diner and overnight at Hotel Landmark.
Day 10: Visit Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh. Established in 1854 by the British Empire in India as a summer retreat for its troops and bureaucrats. It is built on and around five hills. Located on the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas, it is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of snow-capped peaks. Dalhousie is situated between 6,000 and 9,000 feet above sea level. Dalhousie is a gateway to the ancient Chamba Hill State, This hill region is a repository of ancient Hindu culture, art, temples. Diner and overnight at Hotel Gandraj.
Day11: Leave Dalhousie for Amritsar is 190 km/3 Hrs hour bus journey. Sight Seeing Golden Temple. It is known more for the world famous Golden Temple, the seat of Sikh religion. Situated on the north-western border of India, the city is also gateway for the travelers on the overland route through Pakistan. Amritsar literally means "the pool of nectar", the name derived from a pool constructed at the sacred site in the 16th century, gifted by the Mughal Emperor Akbar to Guru Ramdas, the fourth preceptor of the Sikh faith. Night Halt Hotel H.V.International.
Day 12: Leave Amritsar for Kurukshetra, 340 kms/3 Hrs hour bus journey. Sight Seeing Ban Ganga, Battlefield of Kurukshetra, and Origin of Gita place. Mythologically, the name Kurukshetra applied to a circuit of about 80 miles (128 kms.) which includes a large number of holy places, temples and tanks, connected with the ancient Indian traditions and the Mahabharata war. The Saraswati and Yamuna Rivers at its northern and eastern boundaries respectively. According to Manu, the tract between the old sacred rivers Saraswati and Drishadvati in Kurukshetra was known as Brahmavarta. In the very first verse of the Bhagvad Gita,a Kurukshetra is described as Dharmakshetra, the field of righteousness. It is also known as Brajhmakshetra, the field of Brahma, the Creator. Nardak is another name for Kurukshetra, probably derived from nirdukh, without sorrow. Diner and overnight at Hotel Neelkant.
Day 14: Sightseeing The Agra Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the
World A pristine monument of undying love. It was built by Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal. Agra is Known for its splendid marble inlay work like the Pietra Dura work on the Taj,Taj Mahal was built on the banks of river yamuna
By emperor Shajahan in the memory of his beloved wife Ajumand Bano. The site selected for the tomb was given by the Maharaja of Amber. White marble was taken from makrana Rajasthan. The chief architect was Ustad Isa Afendi and Ustad Lahori. Artists were invited from Persia, Turkeyand Baghdad. The work of mausoleum began in 1633 and 20,000 workers laboured for 17 years to build it. The marble walls are carved with motifs and inlaid work of precious and semi-precious stones. Taj Mahal is a world heritage site. Agra Fort is a world heritage site. Birth Place of Lord Shri Krishna. Night halt at Hotel Winston.