02 Nights / 03 Days
Delhi, Noida, Mumbai
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-Accommodation for 03 Nts on twin sharing basis.
- Welcome Drink on arrival.
-Daily Breakfast & Dinner in the hotel.
- One Half day sightseeing of Manali by Non A/c Vehicle
- One Full day excursion to Rohatang Pass or Snow Point by Car
- Delhi-Manali-Delhi by Lux Volvo Coach.
Dharamshala is one of the famous spiritual tourist destination in India, it is located in Kangradistrict of Himachal Pradesh, Dharamsala is one of the most popular hillstations and a small municipal town located in the upper reaches of the KangraValley and is surrounded by beautiful dense coniferous forest made up by Deodartrees. Dharamshala is known for McLeod Ganj and it is the residence of NobelLaureate the 'Dalai Lama' which is a small suburban area in the town and is the official residence of 14th Dalai Lama. Dharamsala is an official andmost visiting tourist city for foreigners. There are many sightseeingattractions in the city and nearby Dharamshala. There are two main uniqueareas in Dharamshala that are still unexplored namely- Satobari and Naddiareas. The area Satobari offers tourists some beautiful and peaceful experienceswhere one can enjoy nature by the magic of heavy fog. Whereas the otherarea named Naddi is known as “Paradise of its own''. Dharamshala offers a uniqueoption of trekking and is the starting point for Triund-Thathri-Trek, Toral PassTrek, Bhimghasutri Pass trek etc. Dharamshala is a peaceful place. Along with otherattractions in and around Dharamshala include Gyuto Monastery, BhagsunagTemple, Jwalamukhi Devi Temple, Norbulingka Institute and Tea gardens. Being famous in the world for its distinctive mixture of the Kangra and Tibetan cultures.
With more free time to spend after retirement and less familial burdens more and more senior citizens are taking up travel as a way to socialize and to keep their lives engaged and active. Age however, make them vulnerable to physical stress and fatigue, detailed preparation therefore is recommended. When travelling : - always book with a trusted and experienced travel partner, if possible travel in groups this way you have physical and moral support; for moving from one city to another take a domestic flight rather than travelling by road and prefer private means of transport over public transport it will more comfortable and physically less exhausting even on a shoe-string budget it will be easily affordable; pack your medicine box with all your prescribed medicine; mind your diet; carry some healthy snacks with you; India is hot drink a lot of water or you will suffer from dehydration; refrain from making extensive travel plans and keep some room for much needed rest. Follow these standard protocols and you will have a time of your life.
According to an estimate based on a survey approximately 7.3 million senior citizen tourists are expected to visit India in the next one year lured by its culturally rich heritage. Locations like Rajasthan and Agra with their magnificent palaces, burgeoning forts and monuments, vibrant culture and forlorn desert; spiritual cities of Ujjain in centre, Puri in East, Rameswaram and Tirupati in South, Varanasi, Haridwar and Rishikesh in North; exotic temples of Khajuraho with their sensual carvings and temple structures of Hampi both UNESCO heritage sites; waterways and tangled mangroves od Sundarbans another UNESCO heritage site; backwaters of ‘God’s own country’ Kerala; alluring hills of Ooty with its colonial bungalows and Scotland of Inde – Coorg; French colonial city of Pondicherry which reminds of the southern French towns of Corsica; hills towns and tea plantations of Darjeeling in east and Munnar in South; pristine, sun warmed beaches of Goa; Unparalleled scenic beauty of Shillong in North East are a few of the many ideal destinations for foreign Senior Citizen tourists in India.
The Northeast India is commonly described as "Land of Seven Sisters" It comprises eight states – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura.
If you would like to cover all the Northeast Indian states in one trip, you will need around 15-20 days to fully explore the most important tourist attractions also to be include Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal, if you’re looking to cover each Northeast State one by one Including Darjeeling and Kalimpong, which is the part of North Bengal 6-8 days are enough for each state.
Northeast is comparatively better than most of another Indian states, but Mizoram and Tripura is the most pocket friendly to visit in the Northeast states.
Yes, most of Northeast states are safe for tourist, but there is high risk to your security of Tripura, Manipur, Nagaland and we advise against all tourist and other non-essential travel to these states due to the threat of terrorist activity, violent crime.