Day 01 - Arrive Delhi
On arrival at Delhi airport you will be taken to your hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight in Delhi.
Day 02 - Drive Delhi - Kasauli (325 kms / 6.5 hrs)
Morning after breakfast drive to Kasauli. Kasauli is a small cantonment town in Solan district. The town is the home of the Kasauli Brewery, which is the highest brewery and distillery in the world. The cantonment was established in 1842 by the British colonial rulers as a hill station. The town is the home of the Kasauli Brewery, which is the highest brewery and distillery in the world. The cantonment was established in 1842 by the British colonial rulers as a hill station. The town is the home of the Kasauli Brewery, which is the highest brewery and distillery in the world. The cantonment was established in 1842 by the British colonial rulers as a hill station. On arrival in Kasauli, check into hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure visiting the beautiful surroundings.
Overnight in Kasauli.
Day 03 - Drive Kasauli - Chail (60 kms / 1.5 hrs)
Morning after breakfast drive to Chail - lies at a height of 2,250 metres above the sea level. Bhupinder Singh, Maharaja of Patiala, when was facing an exiled from Shimla, he decided to create his own summer capital, which was Chail. The picturesque hill station located amidst scented forests of chir pine and gigantic deodars. Chail is built on three hills, the palace is on Rajgarh Hill, and the Residency Snow View once occupied by British resident is on Pandhewa Hill and on the third hill Sadh Tiba where Chail is situated. Overlooking Satluj Valley, Shimla and Kasauli are also visible at night from here. On arrival in Chail, check into hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure visiting the surroundings and enjoying the beautiful weather.
Overnight in Chail
Day 04 - Drive Chail - Shimla (50 kms / 1.5 hrs)
Morning sightseeing tour of Chail and nearby places and later drive to Shimla. Shimla - "Queen of Hill Stations," surrounded by forests of pine, oak, and rhododendron. Despite its modernity, Shimla still retains its colonial air, and is one of the most popular hill stations in India. The next two days are spend at leisure walking around the Valley and visiting the Mall Road. Shimla is a complete relaxing and enjoyable place. On arrival in Shimla, check into hotel.
Overnight in Shimla.
Day 05 - In Shimla
After breakfast sightseeing tour of Shimla visiting Jakhoo temple- The temple being situated at the highest peak of Shimla gives a stunning view of the Shimla town. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman, Viceregal Lodge, State museum etc. Spend rest of the day at leisure walking around the mall raod.
Overnight in Shimla.
Day 06 - Drive Shimla - Palampur (235 kms / 06 hrs)
Morning after breakfast drive to Palampur. Palampur is famous for its picturesque and snow clad mountains and tea gardens. The scenery presents a sublime and beautiful contrast- the plain presents a picture of rural loveliness and repose, while the hills are majestic. The area is very interesting for walking. On arrival in Palampur, check into hotel
Overnighta in Palampur
Day 07 - Drive Palampur - Chamba (225 kms / 06 hrs)
Morning after breakfast drive to Chamba - provides a glimpse into the ancient cultural heritage and architecture of the Pahari people, preserved in the erstwhile Chamba Hill State. It is a unique place and a must for any serious traveler. This land of mystic serenity, enchanting vistas, refreshing air, lofty mountain passes and slopes provides ample opportunities for nature lovers. The town is located over a mountain spur overlooking the Ravi River, locally known as Irawati. On arrival in Chamba, check into hotel. Spend rest of the at leisure or visiting the places nearby.
Overnight in Chamba
Day 08 - Drive Chamba - Dalhousie (48 kms / 02 hrs)
Morning after breakfast drive to Dalhousie via Khajjiar - sits on a small plateau with a small stream-fed lake in the middle that has been covered over with weeds. The hill station is surrounded by green meadows and dense forests. It is about 6500 ft. (1981m) above sea level in the foothills of the Dhauladhar ranges of the Western Himalayas and snowy peaks can be seen in the distance. Khajjiar is often called the Mini Switzerland of Himachal Pradesh. After the visit continue your drive for Dalhousie - 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, the town was named after Lord Dalhousie who was the British viceroy in India at that time. Dalhousie with its breath taking mountain chains and thick forests of deodar trees attracts a lot of tourists from near and far. Located on the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas, it is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of snow-capped peaks. The picturesque town is interspersed with the colonial-era buildings, low roofed stalls and hotels. On arrival in Dalhousie, check into hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight in Dalhousie.
Day 09 - In Dalahousie
Morning after breakfast sightseeing tour of Dalhousie visiting The vintage point of Kalatope, Kalatope and Panchpulla or the Five Bridges, Dainkund are the places of interest in Dalhousie. Spend rest of the day at leisure walking around.
Overnight in Dalhousie.
Day 10 - Drive Dalhousie - Amritsar (191 kms / 05 hrs)
Morning after breakfast drive to Amritsar- the city of The Golden Temple, center of the Sikh religion, founded in 1577 by Ram Das, the fourth guru, is the most religious site for Sikhs. The Golden Temple (Harmand Sahib) is an exceptional beauty and serenity.
On arrival in Amritsar check into hotel.
Later in the afternoon drive to Waga Border to experience Flag ceremony. The ceremony, which takes place about 30 minutes before sunrise and sunset, the guards on each side of the boarder assemble to parade. The flags of each country is then carefully raised or lowered and the gates are opened or slammed shut.
Overnight in Amritsar.
Day 11 - Train Amritsar - Delhi
Morning after breakfast sightseeing tour of Amritsar visiting « GOLDEN TEMPLE COMPLEX » the holiest shrine of the Sikh religion is in the centre of the old part of Amritsar. Jallian Wala Bagh, the site of the massacre that took place during the reign of English. In 1919, General Dyer and his troops have killed a group of peaceful demonstrators. Today, there is a public park with a memorial of the victims.
Later in time transfer to Amritsar railway station to board train for Delhi.
Met on arrival at Delhi railway station and transfer to hotel.
Overnight in Delhi
Day 12 Depart Delhi
Transfer to Delhi airport in time to board flight for onward destination.