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Katra - Srinagar - Gulmarg - Pahalgam - Amritsar- Kurukshetra

Katra - Srinagar - Gulmarg - Pahalgam - Amritsar- Kurukshetra

Duration :-  8Day 7 Night

Dep.:- Every Tue / Thu / Sat 03:00 PM                                  Return:- Next Tue / Thu / Sat 9:00 Pm

Places Covered : - Jammu, Katra Vaishno Devi,Gulmarg, Srinagar,Pahalgam,Amritsar,Wagha Border,Kurukshetra

Tour by:- Volvo Coach,  A.C. accommodation at Katra (2 Nights), Amritsar (1 Night) and Non A.C. accommodation at Srinagar (3 Nights)

Note : -The fares indicated against package tours displayed on this website are subject to seasonal variations. The fare will be charged prevailing at the time of booking. Customers may please check the change in the fares / tariff through e.mail / phone.

Katra Mata Vaishno Devi :  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. 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.
Srinagar : Enclosed by Himalayan Mountains on all sides, lies Srinagar in the Kashmir Valley which is prominently called Heaven of Earth. Upholding the title given to this place, Srinagar provides you the most gorgeous view of its lakes, gardens and houseboats. Justifiably dubbed as summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar never disappoints you culturally, religiously or as a traveller. While Hazratbal Mosque and Jama Masjid offers you impeccable architectural finesse, Shankaracharya Temple and Hari Parbat Fort delivers the cultural lushness of the region. If you are amazed at the beautiful trees and natural beauty of the valley, wait till you reach Dal Lake. The serene waters of Dal Lake and Shikara rides would ease you beyond imaginations. And the nerve-wracking car ride to Khilanmarg Snowpoint  is spine-tingling. A visit to Srinagar is never complete without a tour of the royal Mughal Gardens. It is an assembly of several gardens constructed in Persian architectural styles. On the banks of Dal Lake, Shalimar Bagh and Nishat Bagh and Chashma Shahi Bagh truly are treats to eyes. Enveloped by the mountains, the ecstasy of the garden-fresh places seems like a paradise.
Gulmarg :  Just 2 hours of a car ride would take you to Gulmarg from Srinagar. Gulmarg, the 7th best skiing destination as recognized by CNN International, gives you view of magnificent Himalayan mountaintops. Being at the touching distance from Line of Control, Gulmarg is guarded by Indian army at all times. Slope of approximately 5 kilometers is ideal for skiing and it ends at the town of Tangmarg.
Pahalgam :  A 2 ½ hour cab ride from Srinagar Airport would take you to Pahalgam. Rested in nature’s motherly lap, the trips to Kashmir valley, Dabian and even Baisaran, the so called mini-Switzerland would soothe you and make you want to spend as much time here as possible. Chandanwari is a glacier and marks the start point of Amarnath Yatra. Betaab Valley is also an attraction for movie buffs for many films still get shot here. The journey to Tulian Lake, Aru valley and experience of white water rafting (if you are adventurous enough) would stay in your memory for a lifetime.
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.
Wagah Border :  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 Tue / Thu / Sat  
Fare Per Seat Transportation charges with accommodation on twin sharing basis :
19900 /-
Transportation charges with accommodation on triple sharing basis:
19500 /-
Child(5-11yrs) without Bed :
17500 /-
Transportation with accommodation on single sharing basis :
24000 /-




Night  Stay


3.00 Pm

Departure from Delhi to Katra (650 kms./ 14 hrs.)

Night Journey


6.00 Am

Arrival at Katra and check into Hotel. After fresh ups and breakfast, proceed to Vaishno Devi Temple (14 kms. one way) by walk / pony / Helicopter Service and return back to Katra.



7.00 Am

Early morning departure to Srinagar (275 kms. / 10 hrs.). Enroute enjoy Kashmir Valley View. Arrival at Srinagar in the evening at 8.00 Pm



7.00 Am 

After breakfast, visit Sri Shankaracharya Temple, Shalimar Gardens, Chasmashahi Gardens, Nishant Bagh Gardens and take a Shikara boat ride on the Dal lake, covering Nehru Park and Char Chinar.



7.00 Am

Morning proceed to Gulmarg (60 kms. 2 hrs.). Visit Golf Course and experience the longest cable car ride up to Khilanmarg Snow Point. Later drive back to Srinagar at 4:00 Pm



7.00 Am

After breakfast, proceed to Pahalgam (95 kms. / 2 hrs.), the valley of Shepherds, enroute visit Avantipur ruins and view saffron fields. Later proceed to Katra (280 kms./ 7 hrs.)

 Katra/ Jammu


7.00 Am

After breakfast proceed to Amritsar (270 kms./ 7 hrs.). Visit Golden Temple, Jalianwala Bagh and leave for Indo-Pak Wagha Border (32 kms.) and back to Hotel



6.00 Am

Departure to Delhi (475 kms. / 10 hrs.). Enroute visit Kurukshetra, Reach Delhi around 9.00 Pm.

Tour concludes

Triple sharing one extra bed will be provided in a double room

Food :-  7 Breakfast 7 Dinner 

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

Fair Excludes :- Entry fee during sightseeing. Shikara, Ropeway charges, Horse Ride, Boating, Portage, Laundry and Food.
* Pony/Dolly or Helicopter charges from Katra to Vaishno Devi and Back 

Notes :- All distance & timings featured are approximate. All tours are subject to Terms & conditions. 
Check in time in Hotel at Katra is 12 Noon. We are making arrangements for rooms from 12 Noon only. Morning only fresh up arrangements are made while rooms are allotted from 12 Noon.