Visit the charming colonial architecture including some beautiful churches, beautifully crafted wooden temples, on road scenic views and the untouched beauty of Sach Pass with its rugged terrains offering the breathtaking views of countryside. An enthralling experience of driving on the world’s most dangerous and windy roads.
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On Arrival Amritsar Airport/station and depart to Dalhousie by AC Vehicle. Dalhousie, in western Himachal, is full of old-world charm and holds lingering echoes of the Raj era. The place is named after the British Governor-General of the 19th century, Lord Dalhousie. Check into the hotel on arrival. Overnight Stay at Hotel in Dalhousie.
Morning after Breakfast full day sightseeing. Proceed to Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary National Forest Sanctuary. It was recognized as a game sanctuary on July 1, 1949. Panoramic views of Pir Panjal Range and countryside from here are breathtaking. Later proceed to Khajjiar, Often called India’s Switzerland where the exquisite glade (1960m) has a circumference of about 5 km along its fringes. Thick forests of deodar climb the slopes and the snow-line rest above these woods. Overnight stay at hotel in Dalhousie.
Early Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and depart to Saach Pass (14500 Ft). Enroute covering Chamera Lake & Bhalei Temple. Saach Pass remains open from mid-May to mid-October. The road leading to the pass is narrow and rough and a gateway to the Pangi Valley which is the shortest and toughest route from Chamba to Killar being newly constructed. Other main routes are Chamba-Manali-Killar and Chamba-Jammu-Doda-Gulabgarh-Killar which are comparatively long routes than to the Chamba-Sach Pass-Killar route. Also come across the waterfalls, 7 Rundi and Kalaban border of Jammu including Bhoot Ground. In the evening reach a small village called Bairagarh to stay. Overnight stay at the hotel in Bairagarh.
Morning after Breakfast check out from the hotel and depart to Chamba to visit Devi Kothi Temples nestled in one of the most interior and backward villages of Churah valley. Among all major temples of the village are dedicated to Devi or Naga and the one deserving the notice is that of Chamunda erected on account of the Mughal influence manifest in its wood-carvings and constructed by Raja Umed Singh in A.D. 1754,
Later proceed to Chamba town. As a former princely State, it is one of the oldest and dates back to the sixth century. Visit Laxmi Narayan Temple, the Chowgan; Chamba’s wide concourse, Bhuri Singh Museum; Named after Raja Bhuri Singh of Chamba. Overnight stay at Hotel in Chamba
Morning after breakfast check out from Hotel and depart to Bharmour, on the way covering Chatrarari Temple constructed by King Meru Verman believed to be constructed in 680 AD. Later proceed to Bharmour the place of LORD SHIVA where one can also get a glimpse of Kailash Parvat if visible. Check into the hotel and evening visit to the market and 84 temple complex to witness Arti in the evening. Overnight Stay at Hotel.
Morning after breakfast check out from Hotel and proceed to Dalhousie. Afternoon reach Dalhousie and check into Hotel. Later sightseeing of local spots visit Punjpula, Subhash Baoli, St. Francis Church and St. John’s Church. Overnight stay at Hotel
Morning after breakfast check out from Hotel and depart to Amritsar. Check into Hotel and evening sightseeing of Wagah Border for flag down ceremony. Later visit Jalia Wala Bagh and the revered Golden Temple. Overnight stay at Hotel
Morning after breakfast check out from hotel and depart to Airport / Railway Station.
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