12 Days / 11 Nights
Places to Visit
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Day 1. Delhi arrival
You will be received by the representative who will take care of your direct transfer to pre-booked hotel. The capital of India, Delhi is the most flourished one among the golden triangle cities in terms of advancement and development. A list of monuments majority of which are UNESCO Heritage sites are available that can be included in your Delhi sightseeing plan. You have ample choice to select and make your itinerary just the way you wanted to explore this city. After relaxing and freshen up you can take a walk to the neighborhood area for checking out the ambience of city or if time allows a rickshaw ride to the Chandni Chowk for touring night bazaar is one great idea for a perfect evening at old Delhi.
Day 2. Delhi-Chandigarh-Manali
Since direct conveyance is not available from Delhi to reach Manali, you will travel through the most scenic route that en route Chandigarh. Upon reaching Chandigarh after a short rest, you will continue driving towards Manali. After reaching there, stay overnight in the pre-booked hotel.
Day 3. Manali-Rohtang Pass-Manali
Rohtang Pass is the attraction of the day which will be covered here Kothi, Gulaba and and Marhi are the various places famous for its own individual identity and add fun to the way. Rohtang pass remains open for a short duration as due to heavy snowfall it becomes inaccessible.
Day 4. Manali-Kullu
oward the beginning of the day, set out on a half-day touring voyage through Manali. The spots you will visit here incorporate Hadimba Devi Temple, Manu Temple, Vashisht Village and Tibetan Monastery. In the evening, leave by road for Kullu. In transit, visit the well known Vaishno Devi Temple. After reaching to the destination, register with the hotel. The night is allowed to visit the Kullu showcase, well known for woolen shawls. From that point, drive back to the hotel for staying overnight.
Day 5. Kullu-Shimla
After a nice breakfast, drive out for Shimla. Shimla is the largest city of Northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The Mall road in Shimla is the perfect place for shopaholics where travelers can buy local shawls, woolens and exquisite jewelry. One can visit the Ridge as which is an open street located on the side of the Mall road displaying some exclusive handmade artifacts for travelers. stay overnight in the pre-booked hotel.
Day 6. Shimla-Chail-Kufri-Shimla
On this day of your trip you will drive up for Kufri where en route you will stop for excursion of Chail. Chail is a small village situated 2250 meter above from sea level. It is a heaven for hiking enthusiasts, surrounded by evergreen views of mountains. Kufri is a small region 13 KM away from Shimla with very less crowd mesmerizes people with its cold weather and beautiful sceneries. After excursion of this place, drive back to Shimla to stay overnight in the hotel.
Day 7. Shimla-Chandigarh
After a nice breakfast meal, you will be transferred back to Chandigarh. Rest of the day is at leisure and you may visit the Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Sukhna Lake and fun city.
Day 8. Chandigarh-Delhi
Delhi is the most iconic city as it has evidenced the reign of imperial rule since centuries. It was the forts choice among domestic rules, invaders as well as the British colonizers. Thus a mixed impact of culture over monuments and places can be easily characterized. You can include places like Jama Masjid, India Gate, Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple and Akshardham Temple. Stay overnight in Delhi.
Day 9. Delhi-Agra
After arriving Agra you will unpack at your pre-booked hotel. After a while you will start exploring this magnificent city that includes the places like local market area, Agra Fort and amazing evening view of Taj Mahal.
Agra Fort is the UNESCO Heritage Site which was once the royal palace of Mughals when Agra was their ruling capital. Agra Fort - the corroded and great red-sandstone fortification of Agra remains on the banks of the waterway Yamuna and the development was begun by Emperor Akbar in 1566. At the Diwan-I-Am (lobby of open group of onlookers), a colonnaded corridor of red-sandstone with a position of royalty nook of decorated marble at the back, the Emperor heard open petitions. At the Diwan-I-Khas (corridor of private crowd) where marble structures with botanical trims loan an ethereal feeling, the Emperor sat on his pearl studded peacock Throne and met ministers from other countries and leaders of cordial kingdoms.
Taj Mahal need no introduction as this great white marble beauty took 20 years to come into realty from the eternal dreams of Shah Jahan who dedicated this monument to his wife Mumtaz Mahal. It is basically a tomb of Mumtaz Mahal where body of Shah Jahan is also resting alongside her. The magnificent building is supported with four pillars engraved with inscribes of Kuran. The Pearl Mosque (Moti Masjid) inside the premises adds beauty to this iconic place.
After local market visit you will come back to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 10. Agra-Jaipur
On your way to Pink City, you will take a short halt at Fatehpur Sikri, located some 40 km away from Agra, was the former capital of Mughals, but the acute shortage of water make them to abandon this place, which is also known as Ghost City. The Jodha Bai Palace, Rang Mahal, Dewan-e-Aam, courtyard and Akbar’s Palace are some major attraction in the complex of the fort. After touring this historic site, continue driving towards Jaipur. After reaching to your pre-booked hotel, get ready to enjoy a themed dinner at Chokhi Dhani Resort and stay overnight at hotel.
Day 11. Jaipur Sightseeing
Your exotic day at pink city will begin with the elephant ride at Amer Fort (one way to the fort) and later on you will enjoy sightseeing with a professional tour guide who will take you to Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Govind Dev Ji Temple and most famous Pink City’s walled area. The old pink city has a complex of shops majority of them are exiting since the royal rule was the icon of the Jaipur. Jaipur Gem Stone jewellery, handcrafted handbags, mojri, Gota Patti Textile and lots of articles will surely become a souvenir from your Jaipur tour.
Day 12. Jaipur-Delhi
After breakfast meal, you will be transferred back to Delhi with amazing memories of you trip to Himachal Pradesh- the paradise of India.