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Northern Hills - 21 Days


Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1 - Delhi
Welcome to India. Arrive Delhi airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 2 - Delhi
Daylong sightseeing of Old Delhi (Shahajahanabad) and Lutyen’s Delhi (New Delhi).

Day 3 - Dharamshala
Flight for Dharamshala. Soak yourself in divine Himalayan landscape and Tibetan culture.

Day 4 - Dharamshala
Visit Tibetan settlements, places of worships, Namgyal monastery, learning centers and craft centers.

Day 5 - Palampur
Mountain railway from Nagrota to Palampur. Explore the beautiful landscape of meadows and tea gardens.

Day 6 - Manali
Drive to Manali through beautiful valleys of Beas River.

Day 7 - Manali
Excursions to Solang valley and breathtaking views of Rohtang Pass.

Day 8 - Manali
Sight seeing to Naggar Castle or Manikaran Sahib. Day free for leisure.

Day 9 - Shimla
Morning drive to Shimla. Evening walk over Mall Road.

Day 10 - Shimla
Visit of Colonial Mansions.

Day 11 - Rishikesh
Drive to Rishikesh - Perfect place to know about India’s religious and spiritual aspects.

Day 12 - Rishikesh
Adventurous sport of river rafting over the challenging rapids of Ganga. Evening free to explore town.

Day 13 - Corbet
Drive to Corbett National Park- One of the most picturesque forests. Stay in a jungle resort.

Day 14 - Corbeet
Day for jungle safaris viewing wild animals and migratory birds.

Day 15 - Lucknow
Drive to Lucknow. Visit the famous Imambaras and old bazaars.

Day 16 - Varanasi
Drive to Varanasi. Evening walk through Ghats and narrow lanes.

Day 17 - Varanasi
Morning boat ride on river Ganges. Day tour to Sarnath.

Day 18 - Delhi
Take a flight for Delhi. Transfer to hotel. Evening free for shopping.

Day 19 - Delhi / Departure
Transfer to airport for your departure flight.

Trip Overview
Most of the destinations in this tour are located by a river. While roaring rapidly through divine Himalayan heights of Manali or while treading through dense jungles of while terai or while crawling by the ghats of Varanasi, a river means different things at different destinations.

From being ‘a blessing of God’ at peaks to becoming no less than ‘God’ at the plains, the story of a river is certainly a story about evolution of a civilization. A river ceases to be a river; it becomes a life. And this too happens in India!

Destinations of Trip
Trip Highlights
If there were no Himalayas, there could be no India that we know....
Yoga and Meditation
Take a Yoga session and meditation followed by herbal meals in Rishikesh..
Boat Riding in River Ganges
Take a boat cruise through the pulsating ghats of Varanasi, and you can see....
Wild Animals at Corbeet
India’s first National Park and one of the most picturesque forests...