Himachal Valley TourDuration :
7 Days | 6 NightsDestination Covered :
Palampur - Khajjiar - Dalhousie - Dharamshala - Chandigarh - Delhi
Day 1 : Delhi - Palampur (320 kms | 5 hrs by surface)
Morning leave Delhi for Nalagarh. Arrive and check in at Hotel. Day at leisure to pamper yourself at the small town famous for its scenic beauty. Overnight stay at Hotel.
Day 2 : Palampur – Khajjiar - Dalhousie (350 kms | 9 hrs by surface)
Morning leave Palampur and drive into the charming and sylvan environs of Khajjiar | Dalhousie. After settling into the resort, try to catch the sunset across the mountain ranges. Overnight at Khajjiar/Dalhousie.
Day 3 : Khajjiar - Dalhousie
Flow through a mesmerizing experience. The vast emerald green meadow of Khajjiar with its thick forested slopes of deodhars, the stupendous mountain views from Lakkar Mandi, the unparalleled beauty of Kalatope and Bakrota Round…Overnight at Khajjiar |Dalhousie.
Day 4 : Khajjiar - Dharamshala (175 kms | 4 hrs by surface)
After a leisurely breakfast, drive closer to the panoramic Dhauladhar ranges and upto the enchanting town of Dharamshala. After settling into the resort, explore the town, replete with Tibetan culture and the residence of His Holiness, The Dalai Lama. Overnight at Dharamshala.
Day 5 : Dharamshala
Imbibe the magic of the ‘White Ranges’ and of history and nature as much as you can while visiting the Tibetan Monastery, St. John’s church in the wilderness, Trichund Peak, Odichi huts, Dal lake, Naddi. Shop in the bazaar for Tibetan handicrafts in the evening. Overnight at Dharamshala.
Day 6 : Dharamshala - Chandigarh (252 kms | 7 hrs by surface)
Afternoon drive to Chandigarh enroute visting Pinjore Gardens. On arrival check in at Hotel for overnight stay.
Day 7 : Chandigarh - Delhi (249 kms | 5 hrs by surface)
Morning enjoy half day city tour of Chandigarh visiting Sukna lake – The life line of Chandigarh, Rock Garden - Nek Chand's fantacy world, Rose Garden and government buildings etc followed by departure for Delhi. Arrive Delhi.
Tour ends... but sweet memories always remain.