Incredible North India Tour

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Incredible North India Tour

About The Incredible North India Tour

There is something for everyone here and that’s why it’s known as Incredible India. There something fascinating about Delhi so much so that once you get the feel of it, you never want to let it go. Follow this is holy city of Amritsar which is known for Golden temple and is also a must stop street food destination and home to plenty of museums, forts and bustling bazaars and markets. Lastly is home to His Holiness Dalai Lama and it is also home to Tibetan government in exile. This country has so much to offer that you can never get enough of it. So if you are looking for a rejuvenating holiday experience in India look no further then Delhi, Amritsar, Dharamshala and Agra tour package.


  • The tour starts from the National Indian capital and ends at the same destination.
  • Discover the amazing Indian Heritage profound culture, incredible history and spirituality on this Incredible North India Tour.
  • Another highlight is the Wagah Border ceremony, every evening with fanfare and national pride, the gates are closed in the elaborate ceremony. Witness the Majestic Himalayas and the seat of His Holiness.
  • No tour is complete without seeing the Taj Mahal, The symbol of undying love.



  • Day 1: Delhi

    This amazing tour commences from your arrival in Delhi airport where our representative will meet you and accompany you to the pre booked hotel. After the check in formalities enjoy your lunch. Later we drive to the most stunning temple Akshardham and visit India gate at night time which has its own craze and at night have dinner at any local restaurant at Pandara road famous for Indian Cuisines. Back to hotel for overnight stay.

  • Day 2 Delhi – Amritsar

    After early breakfast we will leave for Delhi railway station to board a train to Amritsar the city of Sikh Gurus. Amritsar that belongs to many heritage sites like Golden temple, Jalianwala Bagh, Wagah Border etc. On arrival we check into a hotel. After lunch we meet up again in evening to visit Golden temple. It’s called so because its roof is gold leafed and the best time to visit is night time when the lights are on and everything looks magical. Later have dinner at one of the local restaurant. Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Day 3 Amritsar

    After breakfast in the hotel go for city tour. It will include Jalianwalla bagh where you get to know the history of this place , later visit Durgiana temple. In after noon take a drive to Wagah – Attari (indo – pak) border to witness changing of guard and lowering of flags ceremony. This is something that you have definitely never seen before where our skin shrivel and sweat drips from our forehead. Even after the ceremony you will still have goose bumps for long long time. Later we have dinner at local Haveli and no meal is complete without having Amritsari Kulcha (bread) Overnight stay in the Hotel.

  • Day 4: Amritsar to Dharamshala (Drive 4-5 hours)

    After delicious breakfast at the hotel we drive to Dharamsala via Pathankot. Dharamsala is known as little Tibet in which you can find a serene environment with exquisite locality. We stop over for lunch in between. On arrival in Dharamsala we check into a pre booked hotel. Later we have free time to explore around the colorful market of Mcleodganj. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

  • Day 5: Dharamshala

    Leave after breakfast and drive through small tea gardens, pine forest and passing through small villages we reach Masroor rock cut temple. The Masroor temples are 8th century old temples hewed in Indo Aryan architectural style from a single sand stone rock. These are only rock temple in North India. Then we drive to see fort of kangra, situated near Kangra town. Later we visit Brajeshwari Devi temple in kangra is also recommended. After Kangra we drive to Norbulinga Institute, it is dedicated for preserving traditional Tibetan art and craft. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel .

  • Day 6: Dharamshala

    Tsuglaghang complex is the residence of his Holiness, The Dalai Lama. It is a scared place that holds a n umber of small monasteries and stupas. It also holds a 3 meter tall bronze statue of the Sakyamuni Buddha. Tibetan library the library of Tibetan works and Archives or the Tibetan library is located at the town called GangchenKyishong in the district of Dharsmhala. Then visit Tibetan museum is teh place where you can learn and understand the history behind this vregion. One visit to this place provide valuable information and almost the entire history of Tibet. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

  • Day 07: Dharamsala – Pathankot (B, D)

    We have a free morning to further explore this magical town – why not have walk to Dharamkot which is known as little Israel and is famous for cuisines from all over the world. Visit the market and take souvenir for friends and family back home. In the afternoon, we take the transfer back to Pathankot train station to catch the overnight sleeper train back to Delhi. Overnight: Train.

  • Day 08: Delhi- Agra

    We arrive in Delhi and jump straight onto our bus to take the transfer to Agra. Upon arrival, we check into our hotel. Later we visit the incomparable TajMahal no visit to India would be the same without seeing it. Built by Mughal emprorer Shah Jahan in loving memory of his wife and will always be symbol of undying love for anyone who sees it. Overnight hotel.

  • Day 09 Agra – Delhi

    Drive back to Delhi and take a flight back home. We take the transfer back to Delhi in order to catch our flight back to home.


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What should I wear in India?

For foreigners, western attire would be fine as long as it is modest. For women, your arms and legs should be covered. You may have to cover your head in some temples & leave your shoes outside the temple. There are plenty of places to buy more ‘local attire’ and your My Spiritual India Tour guide will help you with this, for example you might feel more comfortable in salwars suits or kurtis/pants once you feel more comfortable along your journey. Northern India, including Delhi, can get very cold in the winter (jackets, boots, gloves) so bring warm clothing if you are coming on your tour of India in December and January.

How much can I fit in to my trip to India?

Many people try to cram too much into a visit to India and subsequently burn out. To get the best out of your holiday in India, we concentrate on a few places rather than trying to see as many as possible. Seeing one or two places can be much more rewarding than seeing loads of places, but not having time to appreciate any of them. We will spend a few days in one spot and you'll be less stressed, gain a deeper understanding of where you are, and have more time to get to know the people you meet – your interactions with hospitable locals will almost certainly lead to some of the most memorable moments of your trip. At My Spiritual India Tours we have designed a journey that enables you to do just that, we ensure smaller groups with a maximum of 12 people, and we focus on more intimate experiences.

What is the food like during your tour of India?

Most Indians are vegetarian and the vegetarian food available in India is diverse, healthy, fresh and delicious. Many travellers choose to eat vegetarian during their visit because it reduces your risk of getting sick from badly prepared meat. We have extensive experience of the food options available on our tours of Indian and have picked some of the nicest - and our favourite, cleanest, healthiest and diverse cafe’s and restaurants for you to eat at.

What to expect in terms of crowds on your tour of India?

In a country with 1.25 billion people, personal space is not guaranteed. When you are using public transit or walking through the streets, you might find yourself squished and crowded much more than you are used to in your home country. It feels weird at first, but just take a deep breath and go with it. On My Spiritual India Tours we spend the majority of our journey in a much less crowded area which is away from cities and major landmarks and closer to nature, mountains and a very clean part of the Ganges.

Is the water safe to drink in India?

No. It is important that you drink only bottled water and ensure to wash your teeth in it as well. Unfortunately, some shop keepers will refill their bottles of water with tap water and then put the lid back on and sell them again. In order to avoid getting ill, make sure that you inspect the water before purchasing. Most types of water bottles will have a plastic seal and if it is broken you can avoid buying it. Your My Spiritual India Guide will help you with this.

Is it safe for women to travel in India?

You might say, it is both safe and unsafe to travel anywhere in the world, and that includes for females travelling solo or with other’s in India! Staring and unwanted attention can occur, but this is not necessarily hostile. Travel to India with an open heart and mind, do your research and adjust your expectations, be confident, carry a mobile phone and wear Indian clothes are all useful tips for female travellers. You are welcome to contact us at My Spiritual India Tours for advice on travelling in India, we would be happy to help.

Can you explain the Indian Head Wobble?

The wobble is the most beautiful, wonderful tool of communication in India. It can mean yes, no, maybe, not now, later, good, bad, okay, you’ll probably begin doing it before you even understand it. Eventually you’ll be able to tell the subtle differences or wobble for what the person is saying or communicating and you’ll return one with your own answer or message.

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