On arrival at Amritsar Station / Airport. Meet and greet transfer to Hotel. In evening Evening witness Palki ceremony at Golden Temple. Dozens of devotee’s act as a human conveyor belt to carry the Granth Sahib (a shrine containing the Adi Grantha) from the main shrine to the sanctum, where it is kept until the opening ceremony the following morning. Return to Hotel. Overnight at Amritsar.Day 02 : Amritsar
After breakfast, enjoy a half day sightseeing tour of Amritsar city. Visit The Golden Temple Amritsar India (Sri Harimandir Sahib Amritsar) is not only a central religious place of the Sikhs, but also a symbol of human brotherhood and equality. Later take Take part Guru Ka Langar (Langar Hall): Community Kitchen. In the Golden Temple Community Kitchen at an average 75,000 devotees or tourists take langar in the Community Kitchen daily; but the number becomes almost double on special occasions. Late proceed to The Jallianwala Bagh Garden is home to a national memorial, which serves as a lasting tribute to an innocent crowd of peaceful celebrators who lost their lives during a massacre by the British army. Later proceed to Wagah Border approx 31 kms from Amritsar . The Wagah Border links the towns of Amritsar in India and Punjab in Pakistan. The host to the daily lowering of the flag ceremony performed by the Border Security Force of India and the Pakistan Rangers in Pakistan. Dinner and overnight stay at AmritsarDay 3 : Amritsar – Dharmshala
Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Dharmshala Famous as the home of the exiled Dalai Lama, this small market town is the centre of the Tibetan world in IndiaOn arrival check in at hotel. In evening visit Market. Overnight at Mcleodganj.
Day 4 : Dharamshala
After breakfast the full day sightseeing tour of Dharamshala. Visit the
Namgyal Monastery complex which includes Dalai Lama Temple, Kalachakra Temple . After that visit one of the oldest churches of northern India which is situated in Mcleodganj called St. John’s Church in the Wilderness. Later drive to lower Dharamshala to visit the Norbulingka Institute. Norbulingka Institute is worth visiting to see the dying art of Tibet which is preserved and developed there; like ThangkaPainting, Appliqué, Wooden and Metal works etc. Visit Karmapa monastery. Later visit the one of the most beautiful cricket stadiums in the world in Dharamshala with the panoramic backdrop of Dhauladhar mountain range. Overnight stay at Mcleodganj.Day 5 : Dharamshala – Bir & Kangra valley
Today after breakfast at hotel drive to Bir. Bir is nearly 70 km from Dharamshala and was the first Tibetan refugee colony in Himachal. Bir is very atmospheric with many Buddhist monastery. Visit the Nyingma monastery and Sherabling monastery. Bir-Billing is also World famous site for paragliders. Later on the way back to Dharamshala visit the 12th century old Shiva temple called “Baijnath Temple” and also can see one of the tea plantation near Palampur. Back drive to Mcleodganj. Overnight at Mcleodganj.
After breakfast drive to Dharamshala airport and fly to Delhi.