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Tour in North India

 

Tour In North India

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Delhi-Haridwar-Rishikesh-Chandigarh-Dharamshala-Amritsar-Srinagar-Phalagam-Gulmarg-Dudapatri-Sonmarh-Kargil-Lamayaruh-Kargil-Khardungla-Nubra-Pangong-Thiksy-Hamis-Tso-Delhi

DAY 1, Arrival in Delhi (Hotel booked from the previous day) - Tour In North India

Arrival at New Delhi international airport. Following the habits, the immigration formalities and the baggage collection, ours will surely come out of the arrival terminal building after which it will be transferred to your hotel. Capital of India and an important entrance to the country, contemporary Delhi is a vibrant metropolis, which successfully combines in its folds - the ancient with the modern. Among the fast-spiraling skyscrapers the remains of a time gone by in the form of silent historical reminders of the ancient influence of the region. First impressions for each visitor are a species, city of the garden, lined with numerous beautiful parks. Upon arrival at the hotel, proceed to check-in at the hotel. Standard Check in Time at the hotel 1400 hours / Check out 1200 hours. In time proceed to the tour of old delhi and new delhi, the Red Fort (external photo stop), Jama Mosque, Chandni Chowk and Raj Ghat .. Brief information on the monuments In the 17th century, the Mughal emperor, Shah Jahan, made his capital at Shahjahanabad, the area that covers present-day Delhi, also called the walled city. Jama Masjid is the largest and best known mosque in India. It is flanked by a red fort on one side and the old town Chandni Chowk on the other side. Built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, Jama Masjid is one of the busiest in Delhi for pilgrims and tourists. Red Fort (Photo stop) was built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the seventeenth century, which took about 9 years to complete this magnificent structure and about 10 million rupees to build the fort. Candani Chowk The Delhi bazaar novel can best be experienced at Chandni Chowk and around the streets. According to legend, the Chandni Chowk market was established during the reign of the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. Raj Ghat, resting place of Mahatma Gandhi. Raj Ghat remembers the man who is known as the Father of the Nation for his tireless and pacifist work to recover the independence of India. Overnight at hotel in Delhi

DAY 2, Delhi - Rishikesh by Train

After breakfast, the day starts at 6:00 Departure to Haridwar (by train in the morning) Early morning train to Haridwar, then departure for Rishikesh by car we will proceed to check-in at the hotel. Thanks to the Himalayan foothills, next to the Ganges river, this city is renowned for being a center for the study of yoga and meditation. Overnight at the hotel in Rishikesh

DAY 3, A Rishikesh - Tour In North India

After breakfast the day begins at 8:30 Rishikesh is a city in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, at the foot of the Himalayas, near the river Ganges. The river is considered sacred and the city is renowned as a center for the study of yoga and meditation. Temples and ashrams (centers for spiritual studies) flank the eastern shore around Swarg Ashram, a traffic-free, alcohol-free and vegetarian enclave upstream of the city of Rishikesh. Early in the morning, an hour of Yoga with the teacher. Later, after breakfast, we also visit Haridwar, a visit to Temples, Laxman Jhula and Ashrams. In the evening the magical Aarti ceremony on the Ganges. Overnight in the hotel of the Ashram. Overnight at the hotel in Rishikesh

DAY 4, Da Rishikesh a Chandigarh(By car to the railway station and then by Train)

After breakfast the day starts at 8:30 Departure to Haridwar by car (Train to Ambala) Getting to Haridwar and transfer to the train station Departure for Ambala Ambala ad and transfer to Chandigarh (by car) How to get to Chandigarh and transfer to the hotel Searata Libera Overnight in a hotel in Chandigarh

DAY 5, Chandigarh - Tour In North India

After breakfast, Visit the city of Chandigarh which includes Rock Garden (it is a unique garden composed of various objects of art, but the best part of the rock garden is that each of its works was made using industrial and urban waste), Leisure Valley (the Chandigarh Leisure Valley is like a garland of gardens that beautifies the entire city), Sukhna Lake (Sukhna Lake is a beautiful lake located at the foot of the Shivalik chain. this is an artificial lake), the hand-held monument to Chandigarh is one of the most significant monuments of the city and of the Capitol complex (the capitol complex houses the headquarters of the government), initially it served only as the seat of the Govt of Punjab, but now it has the headquarters of both, the Punjab Govt and Haryana). Overnight in a hotel in Chandigarh

DAY 6, Chandigarh a Dharamshala By car - Tour In North India

After breakfast the day starts at 8:30 Departure for Dharamshala Arrival in Dharamshala and visit of Dharamshala Dharamshala is a city in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by cedar forests on the edge of the Himalayas, this collective city is home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile. The Thekchen Chöling temple complex is a spiritual center for Tibetan Buddhism, while the Library of Tibetan works and archives holds thousands of precious manuscripts. The rest of the day is dedicated to leisure time or for optional activities. Overnight at the hotel in Dharamshala

DAY 7, Dharamshala - Tour In North India

After breakfast, the day starts at 9:00 We visit Dharamsala surrounded by cedar forests, on the side of the Himalayas, this city is the home of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile. Visit to McLeod Ganj, St. Johns in the Wood, the English cemetery, the place of the Dalai Lama and the Norbulingka-Institute. Overnight at the hotel in Dharamsala

DAY 8, Da Dharamshala ad Amritsar (4 ore 30 minuti (206.8 chilometri)

After breakfast The day starts at 8:30 Departure for Amritsar Amritsar advertisement and hotel transfer In the afternoon Late Touristic visits In the late afternoon, traveled to a Wagah, the border of India-Pakistan, to watch the changing of the guard ceremony. Soldiers from both countries participate in an interesting ceremony and eventually shake hands. The crowds singing patriotic songs on both sides of the border and the disciplined aggression of soldiers made a fascinating scene. Overnight at the hotel in Amritsar

DAY 9, Amritsar - Tour In North India

After breakfast the day starts at 9:00 Visit of the city of Amritsar. Visit the beautiful Harmandir Sahib, also known as the Golden Temple. It is the center spiritual and cultural of the Sikh religion. The main sanctuary is in marble and is a center of a picturesque body of water. The sacred book of the Sikhs - the Guru Granth Sahib is housed in this holy and peaceful shrine. The roof of the building is gold leaf, giving the temple its name. The community kitchen - the langar - offers free meals to anyone who wants or needs to eat there (on average, 10,000 pilgrims and visitors eat here every day). Then visit the Jallianwalah Bagh - a memorial to the ruins of innocent natives who were massacred by General Dyer in 1919. On 13 April thousands of people gathered in a peaceful assembly on the occasion of Baisakhi - a harvest festival - at Jallianwala Bagh in heart of Amritsar. When the crowds do not disperse after the warnings, the general Brigadier Reginald Dyer, an officer in the Indian army, ordered his gang of riflemen to open fire on meeting, killing many. Later he visits the Hindu temple of Durgiana which looks like a replica of the golden temple. Overnight in Amritsar

DAY 10, Amritsar - Srinagar( By flight 1 Hr.) - Tour In North India

Arrival in Srinagar-Upon your arrival at Srinagar International Airport, you will be met by our representative who will assist you and accompany you to your waiting vehicle. From the airport it is a 35-minute drive through the heart of the city of New Srinagar. The unit takes you past the Abdullah Bridge that connects the banks of the Jhelum River, taking its path to the northwestern border of Kashmir. We arrive at the houseboat / hotel and check-in. Later it will take a 01 hour shikara tour in the lake since. This boat ride slips you past some wonderful floating vegetable gardens, a center of craftsmanship and lifestyle inherited from people who have lived within the lake for decades. Overnight on houseboat.

DAY 11, Srinagar-Pahalgam (97 KMS/03 ore)

After breakfast, proceed to Pahalgam, - Tour In North India You drive to Pahalgam via Pampore where you can visit famous saffron fields, Awantipora and the village of Bijbehara which remains famous as the Kashmir bread basket. It passes from the national 1A highway to Khanabal and crosses the second largest city of Anantnag. Pahalgam is a picturesque valley around 97 km south of Kashmir. Known as Pahalgam (which means the shepherds' village), the valley is renowned throughout the world for its exotic forests, graceful streams of water and imposing snow-capped peaks. We arrive in Pahalgam and check in the hotel, after a sightseeing tour around the mountain valley for most of the day, Overnight at the hotel in Pahalgam

DAY 12, Pahalgam

After breakfast, the day begins In Pahalgam you can visit the Aru valley, the Beetab Valley and Chandanwari (on a direct payment basis) and take a horse ride to the Baisaran meadows. PM: free for personal activities. Overnight at Hotel.

DAY 13, Pahalgam-Gulmarg (148 KMS/04 HRS) - Tour In North India

After breakfast proceed to Gulmarg, Gulmarg (2440 meters above sea level). It is one of the most beautiful hill stations and also called "Meadows of flower". The drive past colorful villages and rice fields gives you a view of Kashmir's rich cultural past. We arrive in a small picturesque market town of Tangmarg and continue on a scenic journey of 14 kilometers from Gulmarg. Gulmarg has one of the best ski slopes in the world and the highest golf course with 18 holes. We arrive in Gulmarg in the early hours of the afternoon and begin a brief tour around the meadow, becoming familiar with the beauty of the place. Overnight at the hotel in Gulmarg

DAY 14, Gulmarg-Srinagar (56 kms/2 ore 30min). - Tour In North India

After breakfast proceed to Srinagar. We arrive in Srinagar then check in Houseboat / Hotel then proceed for a local sightseeing tour which includes a visit to the famous Mughal gardens, Cheshma Shahi (royal spring), Nishat (pleasure garden), Shalimar (abode of love) Mughal arranged in the XVI century & These fall along the shore of dal-Lake, in the heart of the city of Srinagar & Shankaracharya Temple situated on a Poggio, thus offering a panoramic view of the whole city, together with famous by-the-lake & river Jhelum, enroute visiting the handloom center famous for pashmina / shahtoos shawls production & world over carpet mats, evening will take a 01 HR shikara ride into the lake since. This boat ride slips you past some wonderful floating vegetable gardens, a center of craftsmanship and lifestyle inherited from people who have lived within the lake for decades. Overnight at Hotel.

DAY 15, Srinagar-Doodhpathri-Srinagar

After breakfast, the day begins  Today your day will be dedicated to a full day trip to Doodhpathri. The name Doodhpathri means valley of milk. The water that is currently flowing through the meadows looks like milk from the distance and remains very cold throughout the year. Overnight at the hotel in Srinagar

DAY 16, Srinagar-Sonmarg (87 KMS/2hr 30min )

After breakfast Drive to the majestic mountain resort of Sonamarg. The path to Sonamarg takes us to a picturesque country road where we come across rolling hills, green forests, streams of clear water and fields of rice in bloom. We will zoom beyond the city of Kangan which handles all the local needs of this region. From Kangan, we will drive to mammar, famous for its trout farm before heading to Sonamarg. We will once again get off our vehicles at the tourist point of Gagangir. The place is built in the middle of the Sindh River and looks like an island with snow-covered glaciers covering one or the other point. In Sonamarg we will take a 3-hour walk or a horse-riding / local Union cabin to the Thajwas glacier (based on direct payment). Overnight at Hotel

DAY 17, Sonamarg – Kargil

After breakfast Departure for Kargil (8200 + ft) via Srinagar-Leh Highway. Join Kargil via the Zojilla pass & Drass region. Continue the check in hotel unit, Overnight at Hotel.

DAY 18, Kargil – Lamayuru – Leh (224 KMS/07 HRS)

After breakfast Early morning proceed to Leh (10000 ft -234 KMS-10 hours). Visit MULBEK (known for its huge Buddha statue) and the monastery of Lamayuru (10500 + ft slm - the oldest monastery in Ladakh). Enroute pass the confluence of Indus - Zanskar rivers and the effects of the magnetic hill (challenge of the law of gravity). Visit Gurudwara Patthar Sahib and the Kali Mata Temple and reach Leh in the evening. Rest for the day check in the hotel. Overnight at the Hotel

DAY 19, Leh-Khardungla-Nubra

After breakfast,  Move to the highest street in the world, Khardungla Pass. Have a cup of tea there, have yourself click the Khardungla sign from BRO & proceed towards Nubra valley covering Deskit monastery enroute. Check in at the Hotel / Camp, refresh & later you can have a double Hump Bactarian Camel ride. Don't forget to click on this unique mammal, found in the cold desert. It was once used to transport commercial material on the Silk Road. Overnight in Hotel.

DAY 20, Nubra – Leh

After breakfast,  Visit Deskit monastery, hot springs, Panamik via confluence of Shyok & Nubra River through Sumoor. Return to Leh in the evening.  Overnight in Leh.

DAY 21, A Leh-Pangong

After breakfast, the day begins Located at an altitude of 4300 meters, the crystal-clear brackish waters of Lake Pangong change its color in many shades of blue and green with the position changing the sun in the sky. About 1/4 of the lake is found in India and the rest flows into the Tibet region of China. It is a breeding point for various migratory birds, such as the bar-headed goose and brahmino ducks. Spangmik Village: located about 7 kilometers along the southern shores, it is the farthest village in the Pangong area. From here, you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Chang-Chenmo Range mountains. Overnight at the hotel

DAY 22, A Leh -Tour del monastero

After breakfast, the day begins Today you can make an exciting visit to Stok, Shey, Thiksey and Hemis monasteries. Shey - located on the eastern bank of the Indus River, the small village of Shey is located about 15 km from Leh. The place is popular for the ancient palace and the monastery. The Shey Palace was the residence of the royal family built in the seventeenth century. Also you can see the ruins of a fortress above the Palace. Shey Monastery also has a three-story image of Buddha Sakyamuni made of gilded copper. Thiksey Monastery - situated atop a hill, the monastery is an excellent example of Ladakhi architecture. This contains several stupas, statues, thangkas, wall paintings and a large pillar depicting the teachings of the Buddha. Hemis Monastery - built in 1630, this is the largest and most famous monastery in Ladakh. It is located at a distance of 49 km from Leh and 30 km from Thiksey. Stok - it is a small village located at a distance of 14 km from Leh. The Stok Palace and Stok Monastery are the main attractions of this place. The Stok Palace is now the residence of members of the royal family. Overnight at the hotel

DAY 23, Leh al Lago Tsomoriri-Leh

After breakfast  Proceed to Tsomoriri Lago (14,000 ft Abov sea level) passing Chumathang (Hot Spring) along the Indus river. 1600 hours of Tsomoriri arr. then take a walk around the lake to enjoy the scenic beauty.  Overnight in Leh

DAY 24, Leh-Delhi ( Via Volo 1 ora 30 minuti)

After breakfast Transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule for New Delhi Arrival in Delhi and transfer to the hotel overnight stay in a hotel in Delhi

DAY 25, Delhi-Your Next Destination

Transfer to the airport according to the flight schedule Ciao India Tours wishes you a very happy journey
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