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Experiential Himachal

Experiential Himachal

Rs. 29999 / per person
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   8 Nights / 09 Days


  • Meals
  • Transport
  • Sightseeing
  • Stay


  • 08 Nights & 09 Days Accommodation At Hotel.
  • Breakfast & Dinner at Respective Hotels. (Pure Veg, they use different utensils for Veg preparations)
  • Pick up/ Drop From Airport / Railway Station
  • All sightseeing On Disposal Basis From Hotel To Hotel
  • Tall & Parking charges Included.
  • Food on a la carte basis or buffet.


  • Flight Tickets are not included.
  • Heater Charges Extra
  • Sightseeing Other Than Specified In The Itinerary is Chargeable
  • Personal Expenses, Extra Meals, Starters & Drinks Not Included
  • Any Incidental And Other Expenses Which Are In The Inclusions Not Specified
  • Water Sports Activity Not Included.
  • Will Be Add On GST Final Bill.

Cost for Per Person on Triple Sharing Basis

Price Starts at 29,999/-*

    8 Nights | 9 Days

    Tour Plan


    Day 1: Amritsar in Dharamshala

    Arrive in Dharamshala from Mumbai. Check into your hotel and relax. Evening stroll in the local markets or around McLeod Ganj. & Dinner at a local restaurant in the evening overnight stay at hotel in Dharamshala

    Day 2: Dharamshala Meclodganj sightseeing

    After morning breakfast leave for the sightseeing. Get picked up from your hotel at 9 AM and get ready to explore the magic of these two majestic cities, Dharamshala & Mcleodganj. During the tour, cover some of the top attractions of the city which include: Naddi viewpoint: Located in Kangra valley, Naddi viewpoint is a perfect location to view the massive Dhauladhar Range at such a close distance, no walking or trekking involved, no more stress on the knees. Dal lake: Located at the height of 1775 meters above sea level, the Dal Lake is a small yet picturesque lake surrounded by rugged mountains and towering deodar trees and is a marvelous place to be at. Bhagsu nag temple: The Temple is believed to be an ancient temple where Lord Shiva had prevailed himself. Hence, this temple is a much-worshipped place for its exciting history and sacredness. Bhagsu Waterfall: The waterfall is present at a walkable distance from the Bhagsu temple and is a perfect place to revel in the glories of nature and spend some quiet moments in peace and serenity. International Cricket Stadium: The picturesque venue is unique in India as it is situated at an altitude of 1,457 m above sea level and has snow-capped Himalayan mountains in the background. War Memorial: Ideally located in the pine forest of Dharamshala it was built to commemorate the memory of those who fought valiantly for the honour of their motherland. Tea Garden: The tea gardens spread over acres are a scenic natural site where you can easily spend a couple of hours just soaking in the peaceful environment and can pick up some fresh mountain tea. Monasteries: Mcleodganj is famous for its monasteries. visit the monastery to know more about the culture. Norbulingka Institute: It is especially known for its 1,173 murals of Buddha, frescoes of all the Dalai Lamas and drawings from the life of the 14th Dalai Lama. You can take a free guided tour of the institute. Mcleodganj Market: Grab some souvenirs like Singing bowls, Jewelry, Buddha statues, Prayer flags, Prayer wheels, rugs, Handcrafter diaries, Local Tibetan handicrafts, paintings, etc. from the local market. This 8 Hrs sightseeing tour would end at 5 PM and a drop-off your hotel.

    Day 3: Dharamkot and St. John in the Wilderness

    After morning breakfast leave for the sightseeing to Dhatamkot & St John in the wilderness Dharamkot: Dharamkot is a charming village located just above McLeod Ganj. It is known for its peaceful atmosphere, beautiful views of the Dhauladhar range, and as a starting point for various trekking routes.

    Here are some highlights:

    1. Triund Trek: While you mentioned no trekking, the Triund trek starts from Dharamkot and offers stunning panoramic views of the Himalayas. If you're up for a short trek, this is a popular and relatively easy one. 2. Cafes and Yoga Centers: Dharamkot is also famous for its cozy cafes and yoga centers. You can enjoy delicious food with a serene view or join a yoga class to rejuvenate. 3. Guna Devi Temple: This small temple dedicated to Goddess Kali is a peaceful place for spiritual seekers and offers panoramic views of the Kangra Valley. 4. Dharamkot Sunset Point: There's a lovely spot where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the sunset over the mountains.   St. John in the Wilderness: St. John in the Wilderness is a historic church located in Forsyth Ganj, near McLeod Ganj. Here are some features: Historical Significance: The church is built in neo-Gothic architectural style and has a rich history. It was constructed in 1852 and is dedicated to John the Baptist. Beautiful Surroundings: Set amidst deodar forests, the church is surrounded by a picturesque graveyard. The peaceful ambiance makes it a serene place for visitors. Stained Glass Windows: The church is known for its beautiful stained glass windows depicting biblical scenes. The interiors are simple but elegant. Dinner & overnight in Dharamshala    

    Day 4: Palampur Day trip

    Start your day with a hearty breakfast at your accommodation in Dharamshala. Later Drive to Palampur: Leave for Palampur, which is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from Dharamshala. Tea Gardens Visit:
    • Upon reaching Palampur, head straight to one of the tea gardens. The Wah Tea Estate is a good choice.
    • Take a guided tour to learn about tea cultivation, plucking, and processing.
    • Enjoy a leisurely walk in the picturesque tea plantations.
      Lunch: Local Cuisine in Palampur:
    • Have lunch at a local eatery in Palampur, trying out some Himachali specialties.
    Afternoon: Baijnath Temple:
    • Visit the Baijnath Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Admire the ancient architecture and the spiritual ambiance.
    • Take some time to explore the Baijnath town.
    Scenic Drive: Explore the Dhauladhar Ranges: Take a scenic drive to explore the Dhauladhar Ranges. There are viewpoints and scenic spots along the way where you can stop for breathtaking views and photo opportunities. Evening: Return to Dharamshala: Return to Dharamshala in the evening, enjoying the scenic drive back. Dinner & overnight in Dharamshala    

    Day5: Dharamshala to Dalhousie

    After morning breakfast Begin your journey to Dalhousie. En route, you can make a brief stop at Kangra to visit the Kangra Fort if you haven't done so earlier. Stop for lunch at a suitable restaurant along the way. There are several dhabas and eateries offering Himachali cuisine. Reach Dalhousie in the late afternoon. Check in your hotel. Enjoy the fresh mountain air as you stroll along and visit the local market of Dalhousie
    1. Christ Church: Dalhousie has a beautiful Christ Church located near Mall Road. It's one of the oldest churches in the region and worth a visit.
    2. Gandhi Chowk: This is a central point on Mall Road and often serves as a meeting point. It's surrounded by shops and has a bustling atmosphere.
    3. Tibetan Market: Dalhousie has a significant Tibetan community, and you may find a Tibetan market on or near Mall Road. It's a great place to explore Tibetan culture and buy handmade crafts.
    Overnight stay in Dalhousie.

    Day 6: Explore Dalhousie khajjiar –Dalhousie

    After Morning breakfast and leave for the dalhousie Visit Khajjiar, often referred to as 'Mini Switzerland.' Explore Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary.Visit St. John's Church and St. Francis Church.
    1.  Khajjiar Lake: The heart of Khajjiar, this small lake is surrounded by lush green meadows and cedar forests. You can enjoy a peaceful boat ride or just relax by the lake.
    2. Khajji Nag Temple: Dedicated to the serpent god, Khajji Nag, this ancient temple is a significant religious site. The wooden carvings and architecture make it unique.
    3. Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary: Located close to Khajjiar, this sanctuary is known for its diverse flora  and fauna. It's a great place for nature walks and bird watching.
    4. Adventure Activities: Khajjiar offers various adventure activities such as zorbing, paragliding, and horse riding. The meadows provide an excellent setting for these activities.
    Return to Dalhousie for the night in dalhousie.

    Day 7: Chamba Excursion (Day trip to Chamba (around 2 hours from Dalhousie).

    After Morning breakfast and leave for the sightseeing and visit Chamba Palace, Champavati Temple, and Akhand Chandi Palace Located around the Ravi river bank, Chamba is a beautiful town reminiscent of the British empire. The town has rebuilt itself gracefully to combine the best of old-world and contemporary. Traveling from Khajjiar to Chamba would take around 1 hr 4 min (22.6 km) via Dalhousie – Chamba Rd. Explore the Chaugan, a public promenade. Return to Dalhousie for the night.

    Day 8: Dalhousie to Amritsar Departure

    After Morning breakfast check out from the hotel and drive from Dalhousie to Amritsar and Checkout from Hotel after breakfast and then we drive to Amritsar by Road. Amritsar (also called Ambarsar) is a city in the north western Indian state of Punjab. At the centre of its walled old town is the gilded Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib), considered the holiest gurdwara, or religious complex, of the Sikh religion. It’s at the end of a causeway, surrounded by the sacred Amrit Sarovar Lake, where pilgrims bathe. Amritsar has all the makings of a well-rounded tourist destination; its ancient legends, historical monuments, places of worship, old bazaars, theatre traditions and colourful festivals all serve as a window to its robust past. Overnight at Amritsar hotel.

    Day 9: Amritsar Departure

    After morning breakfast and Checkout from Hotel after breakfast and then we drive to Amritsar by Road. Drop at Amritsar Railway Station / Airport. Leave you with cherishable memories of this magnificent trip.
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