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Chandigarh - Manali -Dharamshala- Katra - Amritsar

Chandigarh - Manali - Dharamshala -Katra - Amritsar - Wagah border - Kurukshetra by volvo Coach
Duration  : - 8 Days - 7 Night 
Dep. Mon, Wed Fri 6.00 Am  ArrMon, Wed Fri 10.30 Pm
Tour by :-  Volvo Coach AC Room Accommodation for 1 Night Chandigarh, Amritsar & 2 Night Katra Non A/c Room Accommodation 2 Night Manali 1 Night Dharamshala  
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Chandigarh : At the foothills of the beautiful Sivalik range of the Himalayas, situated is the city that is testified to be the neatest and the first smoke-free city in Republic of India. Famous for its town-design and structural design, Chandigarh is the home for some fascinating must visit places. While Rock Garden is renowned for its recycled ceramic made statuettes, Rose garden and Cactus Garden house incalculable species of Rose and Cactus scrubs.  And if 6 hours journey from Delhi to Chandigarh has exhausted you, you are welcomed by the lively Sukhna Lake. It isn’t only the home for the famed Mango festival, but its picturesque beauty and serenity makes it ideal for water sports, namely boating, water skiing and even kayaking.
Pinjore Garden : Pinjore Garden is yet another, a must-visit place in a village named Pinjore.  The conception and fabrication of this exquisitely designed garden which has seven terraces built is something that cannot let pass the tourists. This garden is coupled with few elegant palaces named Shish Mahal, Rang Mahal, Hawa Mahal and Jal Mahal. The most fascinating Mango festival works like a magnet for the tourists in the month of June-July.
Manali : Western Himalayas give space to this heavenly abode with snow covered mountains guarding the valley and heart-throbbing scenery making one want to stay here for a lifetime. Manali, 280 kilometers from the town of Shimla, houses numerous temples and monasteries. Namely, the famous Pagoda shape roofed Hadimba Temple. The Manu temple, which is a tribute to Lord Manu, from whose tale the name of this town, is derived. Vashishta is a fair sized village which is famous for temples of Sage Vashishta and Lord Rama and its hot water springs. For peace seekers, this place can work wonders as it also has three Tibetan Monasteries. The eastern Pir Panjal range of Himalayas gives Manali its highest point in the form of Rohtang Pass. At 13,497 feet, snow covered mountains and roads are regular sight here. Though its navigable on foot, sudden snowstorms and blizzards in this area gives Rohtang pass its well-deserved reputation of being dangerous at times.
Dharamshala : Known infamously for its diversity in shrines, monasteries, Dharamshala gives the picture-perfect view hills of Himalayas and heavy woods. It shelters the place with a blanket of appeasing air and relaxing climate for a vacation. Dharamshala, especially talks about myths associated with the temples. Most of the legends are associated with Goddess Durga and her forms. While Jwalaji temple is famous for its nine flames formed by natural combustible gases, Kangra Devi temple and Chamunda temple speak of legends of Goddess fighting the demons.

Dalai Lama monastery is vastly known for its peaceful ambience with monks meditating and chanting in the morning hours. The residence of His Holiness Dalai Lama is also situated directly against the Tibetan temple called Tsuglagkhang. You will find the Kalchakra temple and Namgyal temple across this street.
Mata Vaishno Devi Yatra : Amidst the beautiful mountains and scenic beauty of Jammu, at foothills of Trikut Parvat, Katra, lies the temple of Mata Vaishno Devi. At an altitude of 5,300 feet and with mountains forming the lower Himalayas, it is one of the most sought after places in India. It is one of the main Hindu shaktipeeths and is majorly visited by devotees of goddess Durga. Mata Vaishno Devi is considered to be one of the divine forms of MahaKali, MahaLakshmi and MahaSaraswati, combined. The legend talks about all the goddesses coming together and bestowing their strengths and powers upon a human girl born in abode of a Ratnakar. With traits of MahaSaraswati, the girl, named Vaishnavi displayed great appetite of knowledge from an adolescent age. Attributes of the power of MahaKali gave Vaishnavi the courage to face adverse situations during her pursuit of Lord Vishnu, and virtuous traits of MahaLakshmi gave her the power of assuming forms of goddesses.

The Yatra takes through several temples namely, Bhumika Temple, Ban Ganga temple, Ardh Kuwari temple, Shri Ram Temple, and Bhairon Temple. The Mata Vaishno Devi Pindis are situated in a 95 meter long cave. After darshan, devotees return to Bhavan to collect their belongings and then back to Katra.
Amritsar : Immersed in history, the city of Amritsar is one of the largest in Punjab. Mainly known for housing the Golden temple, originally named Harmandir Sahab, the city is historically rich. Being the center of several pre-independence revolutions, this city has the infamous Jalianwala Bagh to offer.

While Harmandir Sahab is the center of spirituality for Sikh religion, it also is the home of Sikh political outfit, known as Akal Takht and the Sikh Parliament. Golden temple is a popular tourist destination with visitor’s numbers often crossing 10,00,000 in a week.

Jalianwala Bagh is known for the massacre occurred in 1919 on Baisakhi Day, where General Dyer of British military, ordered killing of over 1000 people in the closed confines of the Bagh.

Amritsar is located just 28 kilometers away from the Indo-Pak Wagah border. Wagah border is principally known for the ostentatious Wagah border ceremony where soldiers from India and Pakistan parade that ends up in perfectly co-ordinated lowering of national flags. The hair-raising precision of the soldiers is a scene to cherish for whole life.
Kurukshetra : This is the land where the war of Mahabharata is said to be fought. The land boasts of the very location where Bhagwad Gita was preached by Lord Krishna to his disciple Arjuna. This place works as a magnet for religious tourists with plenty of temples, Ashrams and religious places which were often referenced to in Indian mythology. Apart from the religious penchants of tourists, this town also is famous for its beautiful gardens, lakes, wildlife sanctuaries and museums. Evidence says that King Ashoka populated this place swarming with people from all the nations for its knowledge and culture. 


Dep.Daily Every Mon Wed Fri 06:00 Am  
Fare Per Seat Adult on Twin Sharing :
20000 /-
Adult on Triple Sharing:
19500 /-
Child(5-11yrs) without Bed :
17000 /-
Single Adult in a Room :
23000 /-


Chandigarh - Manali - Dharamshala - Katra - Vaishno devi - Amritsar - Wagah border - Kurukshetra




Night Halt


6.00 Am

Delhi to Chandigarh 275 km /6 hrs Visit Pinjore Gardens and visit Rock, Rose garden, Boat ride on Sukhana lake.



6.00 Am

Chandigarh to Manali 280 km. 7 hrs by Pass Beas river, Sutlej river and Valley of Kullu. Reach Manali



7.00 Am

Manali to rohatanpass  50km. snow point



6.00 Am

Manali  to Dharamshala  300 km 10 hrs) enroute visit Jwalaji temple and Kangra Devi temple Chamunda temple



7.00 Am

Dharamshala Sightseeing  Dalailama Monastery etc. to Katra



7.00 Am

Morning proceed to Vaishno Devi Temple (14 kms- one way) by walk/pony/helicopter service and back to Katra. Overnight stay.



6.00 Am

Katra to Amritsar (275 km 7 hrs). Visit Golden Temple, Jalianwala Bagh and leave for Indo-Pak Wagah Border (32 kms). Return to hotel. Overnight stay



6.00 Am

Amritsar to Delhi  ( 500 Kms / 10 hrs), Enroute visit Kurukshetra. Reach Delhi in the evening around 09.00 Pm

Tour concludes

Meals :- 7 Breakfast 7 Dinner Only

Things to carry: -Medicine, Sweater, Shawl and Sport Shoes

Fair Excludes :- Entry fee during sightseeing. Boating, "Transportation from Dalhousie to Khajjiar, Horse Charges from Katra to Vaishno Devi, Portage & Laundry.

Notes :- All distance & timings featured are approximate. All tours are subject to Terms & conditions.