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Day 01: Pathankot RS – Dalhousie
On arrival at the Pathankot railway station / Airport (on your own), you will be received by Thomas cook representative / driver. Once you board your vehicle, you will drive to Dalhousie. Dalhousie is a famous hill station in Himachal famous for snow capped mountains. On arrival at Dalhousie, check into your hotel evening is free for leisure activities. Overnight at hotel in Dalhousie
Day 02: Dalhousie(Local Sightseeing)
Today after breakfast, proceed for full day tour of local sightseeing. We will cover all major sightseeing places like Panchpula, Subash baoli, Bara pathar, St Johns church, bakrota hills etc. Evening is free for leisure activities. Overnight at hotel in Dalhousie.
Day 03: Dalhousie-Khajjiar-Dalhousie
Today after breakfast, check out from hotel and proceed for Dharamshala. On arrival at Dharamshala, check into your hotel. Evening is free for leisure activities. Overnight at hotel in Dharamshala.
Day 04: Dalhousie – Dharamshala
After breakfast, proceed for half day sightseeing tour of Dharamshala covering The Tibetan Medical centre, Church of St. John, local monasteries etc. Evening is free forleisure activities. Overnight at hotel in Dharamshala
Day 05: Dharamshala
Today after breakfast depart for Pathankot Railway station for onward journey.
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Package Includes :
- On arrival drink.
- Accommodation on twin Sharing Basis.
- Meals plan : Daily breakfast
- Pick up and drop as per itinerary.
- All permit fees & hotel taxes (as per itinerary).
- Transportation /Transfers by Non A/c Vehicle.
- Tax, Toll & Parking.
Package Includes :
- Air Fare / Train Fare.
- Personal Expenses such as Laundry, telephone calls, tips & gratuity, mineral water, soft & hard drinks, rafting, rock climbing, porterage.
- Additional sightseeing or extra usage of vehicle, other than mentioned in the itinerary.
- Entrance Fees & Guide charges.
- Any cost arising due to natural calamities like, landslides, road blockage, political disturbances (strikes), etc (to be borne by the client, which is directly payable on the spot).
- Any increase in taxes or fuel price, leading to increase in cost on surface transportation & land arrangements, which may come into effect prior to departure.
- Room Heater Charges.
- Service Tax/Insurance.
- Anything which is not included in the inclusion.
Konark is the seat of world famous Sun temple. Golden triangle of Tourism.Bhubaneswar, Puri and Konark. Temple chariot of Sun god in the golden sands of Bay of Bengal. Symbol of Orissa’s great architectural craftsmanship.13th century architectural marvel.Impeccably carved wheels, columns and panels. The main temple was called by European sailors “The Black Pagoda”. Konarka the place bears name composed of two world elements Kona meaning corner and Arka meaning Sun.
One of the most stunning monuments of religious significance, a true masterpiece of architecture proudly stands in the form of Sun Temple at Konark. A culmination of Oriya architecture, the temple is a wonderful place as the language of stone defeats the human language here. Built in 13th century by King Narasimhadeva, the temple is designed in the shape of a colossal chariot with seven horses and twelve wheels, carrying the sun god, Surya, across heavens.
Located at a manageable distance from the seat of Lord Jagannath, Puri at 35 kms; the temple is around 65 kms from the capital city of Bhubaneswar. The name of Konark temple is an amalgamation of two words–Kona meaning corner and Arka meaning the Sun. That is to say that the Sun god worshipped in Ark Kshetra is called Konark. Legend says that after killing the demon Gyasur, Lord Vishnu placed his belongings at several places to commemorate the victory. With His conch at Puri, Disc in Bhubaneshwar and Mace in Jajapur; He placed the Lotus at Konark.
The temple being an important landmark in the coastal voyage of European sailors was named ‘The Black Pagoda’ by them. The mythological reference states that Lord Krishna’s son Samba was smitten with leprosy due to his father’s curse. The former underwent severe penance for 12 years at Mitravana near the confluence of Chandrabhaga River with the sea at Konark and ultimately succeeded in pleasing the God Surya, the healer of all skin diseases, and was cured of his illness. In gratitude, he decided to erect a temple in the honor of Surya.