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Suggested Itinerary
Day 01 : Delhi
Day 02-03 : Amritsar
Day 04-05 : Dharamshala
Day 06 : Palampur
Day 07-08 : Pragpur
Day 09-10 : Shimla
Day 11-13 : Rishikesh
Day 14 : Delhi
Day 15 : Departure
The above itinerary is fully flexible to accommodate your personal preferences & schedule. We would be happy to customize it to suit your needs.
Rivers And Religions Of Himalayas – 14 Nights/15 Days

Destinations covered –Delhi–Amritsar-Dharamshala-Palampur-Pragpur-Shimla-Rishikesh-Delhi
Recommended Period - Regular High Peak
New Delhi, the capital city of India is a perfect fusion of the ancient and the modern. Standing along the West End of Gangetic Plain unwinds a picture amusing with rich culture, architecture and human diversity reflective in history, monuments, museums, galleries, gardens. Comprising of two contrasting yet harmonious parts, narrating the city's Mughal past, Old Delhi, takes you through the tangled streets passing through formidable mosques, monuments and forts. You will also discover lively and colorful bazaars that boast to cater all sorts of good and items amidst a barely controlled chaotic ambience. The imperial city of New Delhi displays the finely curved architecture of British Raj. It generates a mesmerizing charm reflecting well-composed and spacious streets under the shade of beautifully lined avenues of trees and tall and imposing government buildings.
Amritsar - the holy city of Sikhs, has grown from a sacred village pond into a spiritual temporal center of Sikh culture. The city gets its name from the pool-Amritsar (Pool of Nectar), which was constructed by the fourth religious preceptor of the Sikh faith. The city has many other attractions to offer including Jalianwala Bagh, Wagah-The international border between India and Pakistan where The pomp and pageantry of the Beating Retreat and the Change of Guard within handshaking distance of the Indian and Pakistani forces makes for a most charming spectacle.
Dharamshala, The hill station wooded with oak and conifer trees with snowcapped mountains lying on the spur of the Dhauladhar range in Himachal Pradesh.
In 1905, a disastrous earthquake levelled it completely but After its reconstruction, Dharamshala flourished as a quiet health resort of the country. It is divided into two distinct parts. Lower part holds the administrative authorities and Upper Dharamshala comprise of places which bear witness to its history like McLeod Ganj and Forsythe Ganj. Since 1960, when it became a temporary headquarter of His Holiness. The Dalai Lama, Dharamshala has risen to international fame as "The Little Lhasa in India".
Located at an elevation of 2000 feet above sea level, the heritage village of Pragpur is ideally suited to explore the Kangra valley. This little village is abode of many places of historic, religious and cultural importance and with its equitable climate it has rich flora and fauna of the region. Pragpur and its surroundings offers an ideal location for village tourism. The ambience of the heritage zone of Garli-Pragpur is zealously protected by the local residents. In their endeavour that Garli-Pragpur retains its unique character, panchayats preserve their heritage buildings.
In the days before independence, Shimla was the most important British hill station, and was the summer capital of British India. The British in 1819 A.D first discovered Shimla, but it was not until 1822 A.D that the first permanent house was erected and not until many years later that Shimla became the summer capital. The name Shimla is derived from the Himalayan Goddess Shimla a synonym of Kali.
Today the town is distinctive for its variety of architecture. It has one of the rare surviving urban forests, made all the more unique, for its species are temperate to alpine ones in what is otherwise a tropical zone. And then Shimla’s famous Mall offers one of the longest stretches of pedestrian shopping in the world.
Rishikesh is also known as the Tapo Bhumi or the place for meditation of the Gods. Today’s Rishikesh is one of the most popular pilgrim centers and gateway to the Himalayan foothills. The Yoga centres of Rishikesh have enhanced the significance of the place. . From this point on, the great Ganges leaves behind her mountain home and enters the vast plains of Northern India An International Yoga Week is organized here every year in the month of February.
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