To embark on tours across anywhere in north India, Delhi offers itself as the most ideal base. Therefore, in order to travel across the mystic Himalayan regions, first arrive in Delhi and then proceed towards the other destination. Overnight stay for you will be arranged in a Delhi hotel.
Day 2 :
You will travel from the national capital Delhi, early in the morning, to arrive in Amritsar, a holy city for the Sikhs. Amritsar is one of the most popular destinations in Punjab, a north Indian state. Post - lunch you can visit the topmost attractions housed here like the Golden Temple and the Wagah Border.
Day 3 :
On the 3rd day of the tour, you will travel from Punjab to Himachal Pradesh, the next destination in question. The first destination in Himachal Pradesh that you will head towards is Pragpur. Located in the Kangra Valley, Pragpur is a heritage city, also one of the significant Hindu pilgrimage centers in India. While here, visit the Jwalamukhi temple and other scenic spots.
Day 4 :
On the 7th day of the tour, leave Dharamshala to arrive in Palampur, another enchanting destination in Himachal Pradesh. The tea estates of the place, the bubbling waters of the Beas River, and the pilgrimage sites, all contribute towards making this place a tourist s haven. The most popular attractions housed here are the Baijnath temple, the Tashijong monastery, and the Taragarh Palace and these are the destinations you will visit today.
Day 5 :
On the 8th day of the tour, proceed towards Manali, located at a distance of about 8 hours drive. Therefore, start off the journey early and arrive in Manali by dusk. Since you will not have much time to explore the beauty of the place, you can retire early.
Day 6 :
Explore through the attractions of Manali on the 9th day of the tour. The Hadimba temple, the Manu temple, and the hot water springs located here are the topmost attractions to lure tourists into coming here.
Day 7 :
Early morning on the 10th day, you can embark on excursions to the Rohtang Pass to capture some really interesting visuals of the snow. Participate in adventure activities or explore the natural heritage of the place; the choice is ultimately yours.
Day 8 :
After breakfast, proceed higher up in the map and travel down to Sarchu and spend the night there. Sarchu is an interesting transit point for guests visiting Leh.
Day 9 :
On the 12th day, continue your travel to Leh and check into the hotel on arrival for an overnight stay. Make yourself at ease within the cozy comfortable hotel rooms, as you will station yourself here for the next 3 days.
Day 10 :
From Leh embark on excursions to the Lumayuru monastery and the Yangdrung monastery. Later on you can continue your journey till Uletokpo and opt to stay in the outdoor camps, to enhance the pleasures of the Himalayan tour.
Day 11 :
On the 17th day of the Himalayan tour, you will visit the most significant Buddhist shrines housed here. The Ridzong monastery and Nunnery and the Alchi monastery are the destinations you will cover today. The paintings of the Alchi monastery and the walk till the Ridzong monastery will enhance the feelings of your spiritual side.
Day 12 :
From Alchi head towards Leh, the once-capital city of the Himalayan kingdom. However, before you will reach Leh, you will also stop over at Likir to pay a visit to the Likir monastery. It is one of the largest yellow hats monastery in Sham Valley. Also, visit the open Buddha statute housed there before you retire for the day.
Day 13 :
From Leh, you will fly down to the national capital Delhi. Soon after you have arrived in Delhi, you will proceed towards Agra to visit the majestic Taj Mahal and the other attractions of the place...
Day 14 :
On the last day of the tour, make an early morning visit to the Taj Mahal, the majestic monument signifying love between Emperor Shah Jahan and his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Post the visit; embark on your travel to Delhi from where you will board the flight that will take you back to your hometown.