|Delhi Dharamshala Volvo Package
Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days
Destinations: Delhi – Dharamsala – Delhi
|Day 01:- Delhi – Dharamshala (530 Kms./11-12 hrs. )
Catch the Volvo bus from Delhi to Dharamshala in the evening from Rama Krishna Metro Station(on your own) and Overnight journey in the Volvo Bus.Travel by overnight Volvo bus from Delhi to Dharamshala (11 – 12 Hours). (Dalhousie is famous for adventure sports like trekking and mountain ) In short, Dharamshal-is the “Place of Pilgirms & Dharma ” and an ideal place for the ones in search of both adventure and comfort. Reach Dharamhala next morning.
Day 02:- Dharamshala Arrival (Local Dharamshala)
Arrive Dharamshala in the morning, check in the hotel and after taking some rest proceed to local Dharamshalasightseeing like Cricket Stadium, Tea Garden, Local Dharamshala Market etc. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 03:- Dharamshala (Local Mcleodganj/15 mins )
Morning after breakfast proceed to full day sightseeing of Mcleodganj like Dalai Lama Temple, Bhgshunag Temple, Dal Lake, Naddi, Water Fall, Kangra art museum, War Memorial, Sun Set Point, Church, Swiming Pool etc. Dinner and Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 04:- Dharamshala – Delhi (530 Kms./11-12 hrs.)
Morning after breakfast, day at leisure and in evening catch the Volvo from Dharamshala to Delhi. Overnight journey in the bus .In this way your visit to one of the paradise on earth located amidst the lofty Himalayas ends offering your glorious memories to cherish for lifetime..
Day 05:- Delhi
Early Morning Drop to the Bus Stand New DelhiTour Includes
2 Nights Delhi – Dharamshala – Delhi by Volvo Bus
2 Nights Accommodation in Dharamsala
Welcome drink on arrival
Daily Bed Tea, Breakfast & Dinner
10% Discount on Laundry
All applicable taxes
One Full day sightseeing of local Dharamshala by Individual Cab
One Full day sightseeing of local Mcleodganj by Individual Cab
Package Doesn’t Inclusions :
Any Lunch , Water.
Any Monument Fee
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