Destinations Covered : Delhi - Chandigarh - Anandpur Sahib - Manali - Manikaran - Kullu - Mandi - Amritsar - Delhi
Morning drive to Gurudwara Parivar Vichhora and Anandpur Sahib. Anandpur Sahib – temple situated on the left bank of the river Satluj founded by the ninth Sikh Guru – Guru Teg Bahadur. On the sacred land of Anandpur Sahib Guru Gobind Singh Ji baptized Panj Pyaraas (five beloved ones) and laid the foundation of Khalsa Panth in 1699. Overnight in Anandpur Sahib.
Morning drive to Manali, a popular hill resort that offers spectacular views of the snowcapped peaks and wooded slopes. Day free to explore the scenic beauty of this hill resort. Overnight in Manali
Morning visit Hadimba Devi Temple, Vasistha Hot Water Springs, Club House, Tibetan Monastery. Evening free and Overnight in Manali.
Drive to Manikaran, which is famous for its sulphur springs and Gurudwaras. On arrival, visit the Gurudwaras. Overnight in Manikaran.
Morning drive to Mandi enroute visiting Kullu (50 kms / 1.30 hrs drive from Manikaran). Later proceed to Mandi (100 kms and 03 hrs drive). Overnight in Mandi.
Leave for Amritsar - The 400 years old city, founded by the fourth guru of the Sikhs, Guru Ramdas, has been the seat of Sikh religion and culture from its very inception. It is renowned for the famous Golden Temple. Amritsar, literally - 'Pool of Nectar', derives its name from the holy pond around the temple. Built in the midst of the holy pool by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1803. It is also known as Darbar Sahib or Har Mandir Sahib. The dome of the temple is covered with an estimated 400kgs of gold leaf, hence its popular name the 'Golden Temple'. Overnight in Amritsar.
Morning visit to Golden Temple. Afterthat proceed for excursion to Tarn Taran (22kms/ 45 minutes drive), famous for a gurdwara standing on the side of a large tank and built in honour of Guru Arjun Dev. Proceed to Gobindwal (22 hrs / 45 minutes drive) a short run from Tarn Taran, connected to the memory of Guru Amardas who lived there. Continue onto Hazoor Sahib (10kms), where the Samadhi (memorial) of the second Sikh guru, Guru Angad Dev Ji, was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1815.
After breakfast, visit Jalianwala Bagh (24kms/ 45 minutes drive), the historic site where hundreds of innocent Indian men, women and children were massacred by British General Michael Dyer on April 13, 1919. A memorial and garden have been created here as a national monument. Proceed to Gurudwara Baba Bakala (21kms/ 45 minutes drive), a place associated with the ninth Sikh guru, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur. Evening Evening visit Wagah Border - Ind/Pak. Border for Flag Retreat / Changing of Guard Ceremony
Take a train for Delhi to connect flight for onward destination.