5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS DHARAMSHALA SIGHTSEEING TOUR
Delhi – Pathankot – Dharamshala – Pathankot – Delhi
In 1959, after the Lhasa resistance, Dalai Lama, the Tibetan political and otherworldly pioneer, fled to India alongside 10,000 displaced people. At the point when the displaced people touch base in India, they were permitted to settle in Dharamshala, the previous British summer capital. In 1960, they previous an administration estranged abroad. With the Dalai Lama Tour, we attempts to convey you up close and personal with the Tibetan Buddhist culture and its qualities.
Upon passage in Delhi, meet our specialist who’ll help you in smooth trade to the hotel for overnight stay in Delhi.
Delhi – Pathankot
Post breakfast in the initial segment of the day, set out on a visiting voyage through Delhi covering India Gate, Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb Jama Masjid, Raj Ghat and Parliament Street. A short time later, move to the railroad station and load up the train to Pathankot.
Pathankot – Dharamshala
After arriving in Pathankot Railway Station, leave by road for Dharmshala, a network with an enormous masses of Tibetan uprooted individuals. At the night, pay visit to the Namgyal religious network where his eminence Dalai Lama stays. Stay medium-term in the hotel.
Post breakfast in the initial segment of the day, experience your day at diversion. Around the night, visit the Baijnath Temple, one of the 12 jyotirlingas. Whatever is left of the day is at amusement.
Dharamshala – Pathankot – Delhi
Post breakfast in the hotel, move to the Pathankot Railway Station and board the train for Delhi. Stay overnight on board the train.
- Visit the Namgyal Monastery- Home to Dalai Lama
- Visit the Baijinath Temple- one of the 12 jyotirlinga
- Fuel surcharge.
- Local taxes.
- Bottled water.
- Professional guide.
- Hotel drop-off.
- Hotel pickup.
- Private tour.
- Transport by private vehicle.
- Any Meals.
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities optional.