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Duration : 9 Nights / 10 Days
Destinations Covered: Delhi - Rishikesh - Joshimath - Govind Ghat - Ghangariya - Hemkund Sahib - Ghangariya -
Govind Ghat - Badrinath - Srinagar - Mussoorie - Paonta Sahib - Ropar - Anandpur Sahib - Amritsar – Delhi

DAY 1 Delhi - Rishikesh (DRIVE 225 KM)
Early in the morning after breakfast drive down to reach Rishikesh (via. Gaziabad, Meerut, Muzaffarnagar, Roorkee, Haridwar). Enrout stop at Chital Grand for tea break. Later proceed to Rishikesh. Reach Rishikesh and check-in the Hotel for lunch & overnight stay. Evening at leisure.

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DAY 2 Rishikesh - Joshimath (DRIVE 257 KM)

Morning after breakfast drive to Joshimath (via. Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Nandprayag and Chamoli). Enroute stop for a tea break at Kudiyala, Lunch at Srinagar evening tea break at Pipalkothi. Upon arrival at Joshimath check-into the hotel for overnight stay.

DAY 3 Joshimath - Govind Ghat - Ghangariya (DRIVE 21 KM TREK 14 KM)
Morning after breakfast drive down (21 Km) to Govind Ghat and then trek (14 Km) to reach Ghangariya. One can find tea shops all the way till Hemknd Sahib and can have lunch enroute. Reach Ghangariya and check-in the tourist banglow / hotel / tented camp.
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DAY 4 Ghangariya - Hemkund Sahib - Ghangariya ( TREK 12 KM)

Early in the morning start trekking (6 Km) to reach "HEMKUND SAHIB". One of the most revered of all Sikh Shrines, The Hemkund Sahib, the Worlds Highest Gurudwara, is situated at an altitude of 4,329 mts. In the afternoon trek down to reach Ghangariya for overnight stay. Evening is free for rest & relaxation.

DAY 5 Ghangariya - Govind Ghat - Badrinath (TREK 14 KM DRIVE 23 KM)
Morning after an early breakfast trek down (12 Km.) to reach Govind Ghat. Then proceed your journey to Badrinath. Upon arrival at Badrinath check-in the Hotel for overnight stay. In the evening visit the famous Hindu temple of Badrinath. Badrinath is considered the holiest of the four Hindu shrines in the Himalayas The principle idol in the Temple is of black stone & represents Lord Vishnu seated in a meditative pose.

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DAY 6 Badrinath - Srinagar (DRIVE 189 KM)
After an early breakfast proceed your journey via. Joshimath to reach Srinagar. Upon arrival check-in the hotel for overnight stay.

DAY 7 Srinagar - Mussoorie (DRIVE 188 KM)
Morning after breakfast drive down to reach Mussoorie enroute visiting Rishikesh & Dehra Dun. Reach Mussoorie and check in the hotel for overnight stay. Rest of the day is free at leisure.
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DAY 8 Mussoorie - Paonta Sahib - Ropar (DRIVE 203 KM)

Early in the morning after breakfast drive to "PONTA SAHIB" via Dehra Dun. Guru Govind Singh, the 10th Sikh Guru lived here. His weapons are displayed in the town and his Gurudwara still overlooks the river. Later in the afternoon drive down to reach Rupnagar (Ropar). Upon arrival check-in the tourist banglow / hotel for overnight stay.

DAY 9 Ropar - Anandpur Sahib - Amritsar (DRIVE 236 KM)
In the morning after breakfast drive down to reach Amritsar enroute visiting ANANDPUR SAHIB. Later proceed to Amritsar. Upon arrival check-in the hotel for overnight stay.
DAY 10 Amritsar - Delhi
Early in the morning visit the famous "THE GOLDEN TEMPLE". Amritsar, founded in 1577 by Ram Das, the fourth guru of the Sikhs, means Pool of nectar, referring to the sacred tank around which the Sikhs' Golden Tempole is built. Rest of the day is free at leisure and in the evening transfer to the railway station to board the Shatabadi Express to Delhi. Upon arrival at Delhi railway station tour terminates.

Tour Information
Duration:  10 Days/09 Nights
Destinations: (New Delhi - Chandigarh - Jalandhar - Amritsar - Manikaran - Amritsar - New Delhi)

Day 01: Flight to India (New Delhi)
You arrive in Delhi by international flight. After a traditional 'Swagat' (Welcome) our representatives would assist you at the airport and to our hotel for check in and overnight stay.
Day 02: New Delhi
Breakfast at the Coffee shop. Rest of the morning at leisure. You will be taken on a guided tour of Delhi, beginning with a morning sightseeing trip to Old Delhi and followed by visits to the 1648 Red Fort, India's largest mosque - Jama Masjid and Gandhi Memorial at Raj Ghat. Afternoon tour includes visits to India Gate, President's House, Humayun's Tomb, Lotus Temple and Qutab Minar. Overnight stay at hotel.
Day 03: New Delhi - Chandigarh (about 238 km)
After having breakfast we will drive to Chandigarh. Upon arrival, you will be met by an Caper Travels representative and transferred to the hotel. By the evening we will arrive in Chandigarh.
Day 04: Chandigarh
In the morning we have sightseeing in Chandigarh. First of all, we will visit the Museum, High Court, Assembly Chamber and the famous Rock Garden and Rose Garden. Overnight at hotel.
Day 05: Chandigarh - Jalandhar (about 146 km)
In the morning after having breakfast we drive to Jalandhar via Parivar Vichorra and Anandpur Sahib. It is a fortress temple situated on the banks of the river Satluj. The ninth Sikh Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur, founded this temple. In the Anandpur Sahib, the tenth guru, Guru Gobind Singh instituted the Khalsa in 1699.

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Day 06: Jalandhar - Amritsar (about 77 km)

In the morning after having breakfast we drive to Amritsar. Amritsar is well known for its famous Golden Temple. Today we will visit the Golden Temple and also pay a visit to Akal Takht that literally means 'Eternal Throne'. It is located within the premises of Golden Temple. We will also visit Jallianwala Bagh.

Attractions around the Golden Temple
A visit to the Golden Temple is incomplete without a visit to the following among others-
sikh gurudwara toursIt rightly faces the Golden Temple. Built by the Sixth Master Guru Hargobind (1606-44) in 1609, has been the nerve centre or the Sikhism ever since. All commandments affecting the community as a whole were and are issued from here. The Akal Takhat was used for holding court and Sikh congregations in the days of its builder.
The Akal Takhat was pulled down several times by the Muslim raiders. The ground floor of the present building was constructed in 1 874. Three storeys were subsequently added by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. A number of weapons used by Guru Hargobind, Guru Gobind Singh and other Sikh heroes are preserved at Akal Takhat. In 1984 during Operation Blue Star Akal Takhat was badly damaged by the Indian Army.
A Sikh temple without a Community Kitchen is inconceivable. Cooked food is serviced in the kitchen of the Golden Temple 24 hours to all visitors irrespective of religion, caste, creed and nationality. The expenses are met out of the Temple funds. Approximately 40,000 visitors share the meals everyday presently.
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A nine-storeyed tower, built in memory of Atal Rai (D. 1628), a son of Hargobind, is called Baba Atal. Atal Rai died at nine. He was called 'Baba' (an old man) head over young shulders. The tower was built between 1778 and 1784. It is the only of its kind in the city with 108 ft. height.

The Niwas is a free hostel for the pilgrims maintained by the Temple authorities. It has been built by the Gurdwara Committee. It has 228 rooms and 18 big halls. Unlike the ordinary 'Daramsalas' the Niwas supplies the facilities of free beddings, cots, lights and fans etc. to the lodgers. A lodger is not generally allowed to stay here for more than three days at a time. The doors of the hostels are open to all. The lodgers however must not do anything repugnant to the teachings of Sikhism.
The headquarters of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee are located in the Teja Singh Samundri Hall near the Golden Temple. The Gurdwara Act 1925, transferred the control of the historical Sikh Shrines in the Punjab to the SGPC. It is a representative body of the Sikhs elected by adult franchise.
Among the other objects of interest in and around the Golden Temple worth mentioning are :
Dukh Bhanjni Ber (Jujube Tree) Thara Sahib Ber Baba Budha Ji
Gurdwara llachi Ber Ath Sath Tirath (Sixty eight holy places condensed into one) Gurdwara Shaheed Bunga Baba Deep Singh

Day 07: Amritsar
The day is free to explore nearby shrines of Tarn Taran and Goindwal in the Punjab countryside.
Day 08: Amritsar – Manikaran
In the morning after having breakfast we will drive further and visit Manikaran. Manikaran is famous for its Sulphur springs and Gurudwaras.
Day 09: Manikaran - Amritsar - New Delhi (by air)
Today after having breakfast we will drive to Amritsar. After having lunch in Amritsar, we drive to the airport for the flight to New Delhi. On arrival, you will be transferred to the hotel. Rooms are available to get fresh and change before we depart to the airport with Caper Travels representative.
Day 10: New Delhi
Tour concludes. Caper thanks you for your patronage and ensures a punctual transfer to the Railway Station / Airport for your onward travel.
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