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Day 1 : Delhi to Palampur

Arrive at Palampur in the morning from Delhi. Our representatives will welcome you and escort you to your hotel. Post lunch you will be taken for sightseeing around the place. You will be visiting Bundlamata and the Chamundadevi Temple and the beautiful Baijnath Temple which is about 16 km from Palampur. Just 3 to 4 km from Palampur is Neugal Khad. This is a wide stream of water that flows close to Palampur. The panoramic view of the Dhauladhar Range from Neugal Khad is commendable. Night Stay at Palampur


Day 2 : Palampur to Dalhousie (144 km)

After a hearty breakfast in the morning leave Palampur for Dalhousie. Lunch enroute. After settling into the resort, try to catch the sunset across the mountain ranges. Overnight stay at Dalhousie.


Day 3 : Sightseeing at Dalhousie

Dalhousie was originally established in the 1850s by the British as a sanatorium for their officers and civil servants. Till date, Dalhousie retains much of its colonial appearance. There are several churches in the town, the oldest being the one inside the Sacred Heart Church. You will visit these churches, take a hike to panchpula waterfalls, visit Khaijjar – mini Switzerland of India and Kala top wild life sanctuary..

Dalhousie Church

Day 4 : Dalhousie to Dharmashala (120 km)

After a leisurely breakfast, drive closer to the panoramic Dhauladhar ranges and upto the enchanting town of Dharamshala. After settling into the resort, explore the town, replete with Tibetan culture and the residence of His Holiness, The Dalai Lama. Overnight at Dharamshala.


Day 5 : Dharamshala Sightseeing

Imbibe the magic of the ‘White Ranges’ and of history and nature as much as you can while visiting the Tibetan Monastery, St. John’s church in the wilderness, Trichund Peak, Odichi huts, Dal lake, Naddi. Shop in the bazaar for Tibetan handicrafts in the evening. Overnight at Dharamshala.


Day 6 : Dharamshala to Delhi

After an early breakfast, you will be escorted to the bus stand. You will leave for Delhi by Volvo as we bid you good bye at the end of the tour