Day-1 Arrival at New Delhi Arrival at New Delhi. As International flights arrive in afternoon / evening, overnight stay near Airport.
Day-2 Heritage train to Shimla Take day train to Kalka connecting to heritage train to Shimla (A UNESCO heritage experience).
Day-3 Explore heritage character of Shimla Explore areas around Shimla to explore heritage character of Shimla. Walk around mall road and visit Viceregal Lodge, Church etc.
Day-4 Excursions from Shimla Undertake excursions from Shimla to explore heritage character of Shimla OR Guests have option to take a walking trip in hills around Shimla.
Day-5 Travel to Dharamsala Travel to Dharamsala (240 kms - 7 hours), home in exile of His Holiness Dalai Lama and a renowned himalayan destination.
Day-6 Explore around Dharamsala Explore around Dharamsala visiting Dalai Lama Monastery, Norbulingka Institute, Himalayan View points and old colonial church / cantonment areas.
Day-7 Travel to Amritsar Travel to Amritsar (200 kms - 4.5 hours), home of the Golden Temple, one of the renowned Sikh pilgrimage and must visit for any traveller. Visit Golden Temple in evening.
Day-8 Explore around Amritsar Explore around Amritsar exploring Punjab villages and countryside.
Day-9 Travel to Pragpur Travel to Pragpur (170 kms - 3.5 hours). Pragpur, a quaint little village in Kangra Valley and one of the first to be certified as a Heritage Village. Here travellers can walk around the craft villages and enjoy countryside character of Himachal foothills.
Day-10 Explore around Pragpur Pragpur is the home of the famous Kangra school of painting. Pragpur offers a host of activities. It has a quaint market where several silversmiths ply their trade and will quickly modify trinkets to satisfy individual taste. The several village weavers will make shawls and blankets to order. The reservoir of the Maharana Pratap Sagar is good for biking, walking and bird watching.
Day-11 Depart to Chandigarh Depart for Chandigarh (183 km - 3.5 hours) for onward journey flight homewards via Delhi.
Chandigarh - Chandigarh is a major business centre and hub for Software, IT and ITES companies. Chandigarh is a tourist destination being a transit point for guests on Delhi - Manali route and an access point to visit neighboring hills of Himachal Pradesh and hill station of Shimla.
New Delhi - Delhi is the capital city of India and a major International arrival point and a major tourist destination. Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Birla Temple, Mughal Gardens, Lodi Gardens, Rail Museum, Doll Museum, Zoological Park etc remain major tourist attractions of Delhi.
Shimla - Shimla being the famous holiday resort that used to enjoy the status of being the summer capital of the British Raj, is now the state capital of Himachal Pradesh. Today, Shimla is crowded and overdeveloped over the years and has completely lost its heritage feel.
Dharamsala - Dharamsala (3500 ft asl or Lower Dharamsala), is a laidback town at the base of Dhauladhar, 12 kms Short of Mcleodgunj.
Amritsar - Amritsar is a major destination in India where guests arrive to visit the "Golden Temple", a Sikh pilgrimage center and a major tourist attraction from visitors all over India and those arriving into India.
Pragpur - Pragpur, India’s first heritage village lies in Kangra valley in Himachal Pradesh. The famous Kangra School of painting has its base here in this village.