Day 1 : Place of origin - Delhi
Arrival in India and welcome from our team. Night at the hotel.
Day 2 : Delhi - Chandigarh (200kms 4-5 Hours)
We Will Leave Delhi for the Capital of Punjab, the Land of the Sikhs. Chandigarh is An Example of the Wishes Modernizers of Independent India. Nehru Commissioned to Le Corbusier the Design of a City that Was Coca Capital of Punjab and Haryana and Demonstrate the Desire of the Young Republic to Bet On Development and Rationality. Chandigarh is a Strange Experiment with Its Rationalist Urbanism, Its Garden Areas and Its Concrete Architecture, Although the Locals Claim that It is a Great Place to Live. It is Worth a Visit to the Rock Garden and the Rose Garden. Night in Hotel.
Day 3 : Chandigarh - Dharamshala (240 km 6 hours)
The Road to the Dharamshala Enclave, At the Top of the Himalayas, Will Take Us Through Mid-mountain Landscapes, Hillsides Planted with Paddies and Women Dressed in a Thousand Colors Working in the Fields. Dharamshala Happened to Be An Enclave Famous When the Government of India Granted Refuge to the Dalai Lama. Everything in the City and Its Surroundings Has Tibetan Reminiscences And, Therefore, the Traveler Will Come Into Contact with this Community and with Buddhism as in No Another Place Outside of Tibet. We Will Stay in the Village of Mcleod Ganj, At the Foot of the Dauladar. Night in Hotel.
Day 4 : Dharamshala
Mcleod Ganj is a Crossroads that Will Allow Us to Make Pleasant Walks. From the Village, a Brief Walk Takes Us to the Temple of the Dalai Lama, His Official Residence. The Faithful Go to the Temple and Circumambulate It as a Way of Meditation and Prayer. Many other Monasteries Will Allow Us to Find a Space of Peace. The Monks and Nuns Tibetans Always Show Great Kindness to Those Interested in Their Religion and Culture. We Can also Walk Until the Waterfall of Bhagsu, in a Beautiful Place. Night in Hotel. * Recommendation: Attend the Dialectic Exercises that Take Place in the Afternoons in the Dalai Lama Temple. The Young Monks Engage in Discussions About the Topics of Study with a Peculiar Form of Debate.
Day 5 : Dharamshala - Amritsar (200 km 6 hours)
We Will Go Back to Punjab to Visit His Sacred City. The Road to Amritsar Takes Us Into a World of Cultivation Intensive and Predominantly Sikh Communities. This Religion that Was Born in Punjab and Still Has the Most Faithful in the State, It Has Its Sacred Place in the City of Amritsar. Today, Sikh Communities are Distributed Throughout the The World and Its Turbans and Long Beards Characterize Them. When We Get to Amritsar, We Can Not Miss the Visit to the Temple Golden At Dusk. The Ritual Songs Never Stop in the Temple Precinct Where Every Day Thousands of Visitors They Confer a Unique Character. Night in Hotel. * At Night, the Sacred Book or Guru Granth Sahib Leaves the Golden Temple in a Multitudinous Procession. Attend this This Allows the Sikhs' Fervor to Be Shared with the Book, Which Consider the Last Teacher of Religion. You have to Check the Schedule, Since It Changes Periodically, According to the Opening Hours of the Venue.
Day 6 : Amritsar
We Will have the Full Day to Get in Touch with this Exciting City. The Visit to the Golden Temple By Day is Obligatory and Will Allow Us to Enter the Heart of Amritsar, the Harmandir Sahib. You have to Do a Little Tail, Very Well Organized the Typical Offering is a Sweet of Semolina and Syrup that is Then Returned to the Faithful At the Exit of the Temple. The Head Must Be Covered Throughout the Journey. Next to the Golden Temple is Jallianwala Bagh, a Garden Where a Massacre of Indians By the English Troops Took Place. It is a Place of Martyrdom and Therefore It is Demanded Respect to Visitors. In the Afternoon We Will Be Able to Approach the Only Open Border Between India and Pakistan, Wagah Border, Where Every Sunset Takes Place a Very Theatrical Change of Guard that Stages the Malice and Bravery of Both Armies. Night in Hotel.
Day 7 : Amritsar - Jammu - Srinagar
We Will Leave for the Airport of Jammu to Take a Flight to Srinagar. The Capital of Kashmir is Located Between Mountains of Lush Vegetation On the Shore of Dal Lake. For Centuries Kashmir Was An Independent Principality and the Arrival of the British These Only Had the Permission to Settle in Houseboats On the Lake. These Moored Boats are Now One of the Attractions of this City of the Himalayas, While the Sikaras Transit Through the Lake is One of Its Most Evocative Activities. We Can Make One of These Trips to Sunset. Night in a Houseboat.
Day 8 : Srinagar
The City of Srinagar is a Fundamental Center of Islamic Worship in the Kashmir Valley. Strolling Through the Streets of the Old City, We Can Mix in the Atmosphere of the Bazaars, Walk Along the Jhelum River and Get Into Some Mosques and Koranic Schools that have Little to Do with the Heritage of Northern India. Kashmir Was Traditionally More Linked to Central Asia Than to India, So We Will have the Feeling of Having Crossed a Ethnic and Cultural Border. Another Attraction of the City are Its Gardens. The Mughal Emperors, Great Lovers of this Region, They Built More Than 700 Gardens of Which Today We Can Admire Three in Srinagar. His Worked Geometry and the Views They Offer of the City and the Lake Make Them a Must See. Night in a Houseboat.
Day 9 : Srinagar - Kargil (200 km 8 hours)
In the Morning, We Will Begin Our Two-day Journey to the Ladakh Region. The Exit of Srinagar Will Allow Us Appreciate the Scenic Beauty of this State. We Will Make a Stop in Sonamarg Known for Its Glacier Which is You Can Ascend On the Back of a Horse. Then the Journey, of Great Beauty, Goes Into the Landscapes of High Himalayan Mountain Passing By the Port of Zoji La At 3,500 Meters. The Route Continues to Kargil, Which Gives Us the Welcome to Ladakh. The Locality, Mainly Populated By Shiite Muslims, Has An Interesting Bazaar By the that We Can Walk Before Nightfall. Night in Hotel.
Day 10 : Kargil - Lamayuru - Alchi - Leh (200 km 8 hours)
Good Morning Departure in the Direction of Leh. In this Second Stretch of Road We Find Several Attractions. In First, We Will Make a Stop in Mulbekh, a Small Village with a Buddha Maitreya Carved Into the Rock of the Viii Century. Next We Will Cross the Two Highest Ports of the Route Namika La and Fotu La that Reaches the 4100 Meters, to Descend Towards the Monastery of Lamayuru, a Gompa Perched On Top of a Hill that Introduces Into the Buddhist Culture of the Valleys of Ladakh. From Now On a Desert and Rocky Landscape On the Banks of the Indus River Will Accompany Us Throughout the Route. Our Last Stop Will Be the Alchi Monastery, a Unique Complex of Buildings 11th Century that Stands Out for Its Impressive Mural Paintings. Night in Hotel.
Day 11 : Leh
Leh is a City Located in a Unique Place. On the One Hand, the Indus with Its Waters of Impossible Colors, On the other the Peaks of the Snowy Himalayas Good Part of the Year. However, the Landscape is Mountainous and Arid. the Royal Palace On Top of the The Main Hill of the City is Almost An Extension of the Mountain. At Its Feet, a Village with a Village Soul Lives Quiet with Its Market, Its Polo Field and Its Small Temples. It Deserves It is Worth Visiting the Stupa De La Paz, in a Walk that Can Be Done On Foot or in Car. Night in Hotel.
Day 12 : Leh
We Will Spend the Day Knowing the Surroundings of Leh. the Monastery of Hemis and Thiksey Where We Will Get in Touch with the Way of Life of These Communities of Monks Dedicated to Study. in the Last One We Can also Join the Morning Prayer of the Monks and Share with Them the Prayer of the Mantras. It is a Moment of Great Solemnity. We Will Return to Leh Where We Will have the Afternoon Free to Walk. Night in Hotel.
Day 13 : Leh - Delhi - Airport transfer
After Breakfast, We Will Go to the Airport to Fly to Delhi. The Capital of the Country Will Welcome Us with the Urban Rhythm. We Will Be Able to Spend the Afternoon Visiting Old Delhi with the Jama Masjid and the Red Fort and Ending Near India Gate and the British Colonial Urbanism of New Delhi. If We have Time, a Dinner At Hauz Khas Village Will Allow Us to Know It is a Nucleus of Artists, Designers and Bohemians that Portrays Another India. Airport Transfer.
Day 14 : Delhi - Spain
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