• katra Srinagar gulmarg phalgam Amritsar Kurukshetra  : North India

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Departure :  3:00:00 Pm    Return  :  9:00:00 Pm

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Duration 8 Day 7 Night Dep. Every Tue Thu Sat 03:00 PM Arr. Next Tue, Thu Sat 9:00 Pm
Tour by A.C. Volvo Vegetarian Food & A/c accommodation at Katra (2 Nights), Amritsar (1 Night) and Non A/c accommodation at Srinagar (3 Nights)
Places Covered Jammu, Katra Vaishno Devi,Gulmarg, Srinagar,Pahalgam,Amritsar,Wagha Border,Kurukshetra
Food 1 Dinner 2 Breakfast Dinner 3 7 Breakfast Lunch Dinner 8 Breakfast Lunch

Things to carry:- Medicine, Sweater, Shawl and Sport Shoes
Fair Excludes :- Entry fee during sightseeing. Shikara, Ropeway charges, Horse Ride, Boating, Portage, Laundry Pony/Dolly or Helicopter charges from Katra to Vaishno Devi and Back
Notes :- All distance & timings featured are approximate. All tours are subject to Terms & conditions.
Check in time in Hotel at Katra is 12 Noon. We are making arrangements for rooms from 12 Noon only. Morning only fresh up arrangements are made while rooms are allotted from 12 Noon.
Triple sharing one extra bed will be provided in a double room




Night  Stay


3.00 Pm

Departure from Delhi to Katra (650 kms./ 14 hrs.)

Night Journey


6.00 Am

Arrival at Katra and check into Hotel. After fresh ups and breakfast, proceed to Vaishno Devi Temple (14 kms. one way) by walk / pony / Helicopter Service and return back to Katra.



7.00 Am

Early morning departure to Srinagar (275 kms. / 10 hrs.). Enroute enjoy Kashmir Valley View. Arrival at Srinagar in the evening at 8.00 Pm



7.00 Am 

After breakfast, visit Sri Shankaracharya Temple, Shalimar Gardens, Chasmashahi Gardens, Nishant Bagh Gardens and take a Shikara boat ride on the Dal lake, covering Nehru Park and Char Chinar.



7.00 Am

Morning proceed to Gulmarg (60 kms. 2 hrs.). Visit Golf Course and experience the longest cable car ride up to Khilanmarg Snow Point. Later drive back to Srinagar at 4:00 Pm



7.00 Am

After breakfast, proceed to Pahalgam (95 kms. / 2 hrs.), the valley of Shepherds, enroute visit Avantipur ruins and view saffron fields. Later proceed to Katra (280 kms./ 7 hrs.)

 Katra/ Jammu


7.00 Am

After breakfast proceed to Amritsar (270 kms./ 7 hrs.). Visit Golden Temple, Jalianwala Bagh and leave for Indo-Pak Wagha Border (32 kms.) and back to Hotel



6.00 Am

Departure to Delhi (475 kms. / 10 hrs.). Enroute visit Kurukshetra, Reach Delhi around 9.00 Pm.

Tour concludes

Place Covered

Glumarg is famous tourist attraction of Jammu and Kashmir. At this place you can find rarest natural beauty. In most of seasons of the year you can enjoy snowfall at Gulmarg. At this place you can feel the freshness in air and you can spend peaceful moments with your beloved ones. At this place several tourists visit every year to see snowfall, greenery, and culture of Kashmir.

Pahalgam is the famous hill station where you can find huge crowd during summer. At this place you can enjoy awesome weather and can feel the freshness everywhere. Further, you can also view beautiful natural sites like hills, water bodies, greenery, trees, and many other attractions. At Pahalgam you enjoy delicious meal at very affordable prices.

If we say Srinagar is heaven it will be completely justified. The place has many attractions that attracts from different parts of world. Once, you land on the soil of Srinagar you can discover lakes, houseboats, gardens, valleys, and many other place withunusual beauty that can make your trip memorable moment of your life. Let us go through the main attractions of Srinagar

Dal Lake: It is the famous Lake of Srinagar where you can enjoy famous houseboat ride. During winter the lake water freezes and one can even walk of the lake.

Gardens: At Srinagar you view the awesome natural beauty at Shalimar and Nishad gardens. These gardens are made by Mughals and you can find these gardens were made by cutting hills.

Pari Mahal: It is oldest monument of Srinagar and tourists love to visit this Mahal as one can see complete view of Dal Lake from this place.

Vaishno Devi Temple is one of the major tourist destinations of Jammu. The temple is sited at the town of Katra few hours away from Jammu City. Along with tourist destination the place is also an important religious place where number of Hindu devotees visit every year. At the main temple of Vaishno Devi three goddess Mahakali, Mahalakshmi and Mahasarasvati are worshipped.

Patni Top is a famous hill station located at Jammu and you can find good crowd of tourists in any month of year. The hill station is surrounded by mountains and greenery. You see many tunnels while travelling at this hill station.

The shankaracharya Temple is also known as the Jyesteshwara temple. This temple is Dedicated to Lord Shiva. This Temple is one of the tourist destinies of Jammu Kashmir& situated on the Top of the shankarcharya hill, Srinagar.The temple was also a sacred place of Buddhist culture. The Shiv ling was placed inside the temple during the Sikh period and it became a scared place of Hindus.AdiShankaravisied this temple & after that the temple got its name Shankaracharya. This temple is worshiped & visited by pilgrims every day during the time of AmarnathYatra. There are 243 staircases to the top & some 8 to 10 more staircases to reach the temple.  The Temple opens Upto 8 pm & the last car is at 5pm. The Beauty of Srinagar city can be viewable from the top of the Hill

Lord Shri Ram Temple nesrVaishno Devi cave is one of the important Temple situated here. It is believed that Hanuman gave darshan to a devotee and inspired him to build a temple for Lord Shri Ram. Hence he built the temple near to Vaishno Devi in Khak-chok. This is also a Visited by all the devotees who visits Vaishno Devi.

Bhairon temple is an important pilgrimage place in Mata VaisnoDevi yatra. The temple is situated at the highest point of near hill of Mata Vaishno Devi Temple. It is believed that the Journey of Mata Vaishno Devi Is not Complete without visiting Bhairon Temple. It is believed that when Mata killed BhairanNath his head fell here & the body remained at the Entrance of the Mata’s cave. There is a HavanKund in the temple. The ashes of the HavanKund are considered as scared. Newly formed Board took keen interest on the development of the Road & construction of drinking water, toilet blocks & 24 hours of Water Supply. To make the journey more enjoyable the trustee trying to add more and more steps like purchase of snacks, biscuits, packed foods & facility of lights. Travel House Delhi Provides a complete package to Vaishno Devi Including this scared Bhairon Temple.

The Pindi that stands on extreme left is worshipped in the name of Mata Mahasaraswati. The color of this Pindi is white and it is believed the goddess is the creator of everything. Therefore, the color of of Pindi is white. The all three goddess are worshipped with great beliefs by Hindu devotees. Once you visit Vaishno Devi Temple you can feel the heavenly powers governing the world and whole universe.

The rock curve on right is termed as Mata Mahakali. The rock curves are also termed as Pindi and the rightmost Pindi is of black color. Mahakali is also known as goddess of dissolution that’s why its color is black. The black color symbolizes destruction or darkness.

Immersed in history, the city of Amritsar is one of the largest in Punjab. Mainly known for housing the Golden temple, originally named Harmandir Sahib, the city is historically rich. Being the center of several pre-independence revolutions, this city has the infamous Jalianwala Bagh to offer.
While Harmandir Sahib is the center of spirituality for Sikh religion, it also is the home of Sikh political outfit, known as Akal Takht and the Sikh Parliament. Golden temple is a popular tourist destination with visitor’s numbers often crossing 10, 00,000 in a week. Jalianwala Bagh is known for the massacre occurred in 1919 on Baisakhi Day, where General Dyer of British military, ordered killing of over 1000 people in the closed confines of the Bagh

JalianwalaBagh is famous for its JalianwalaBagh massacre, which is also known as “Amritsar Massacre”.  In 1919, General Dyer ordered his men to fire on the gathered unarmed men, women and children in JalianwalaBagh on the “Baisakhi” day, the religious festival of Punjab. The renowned site, JalianwalaBagh became a national pilgrimage place. "The Martyrs' Well" where people jumped and committed suicide is the main site at JalianwalaBagh.

The sixteenth century temple, DurgianaMandir is dedicated to goddess Durga. It is considered to be the Hindu version of the renowned Golden Temple. It is also known as the Silver Temple as it is exquisitely and delicately engraved with the silver doors. Surrounded by sacred water tank, soothing and devotional songs sung here each time when the temple opens and closes give it the most divine feeling.

Wagha Border is the international boundary dividing India and Pakistan. The place is famous because of its famous ceremony conducted during lowering of flags of both the countries. In this ceremony Border Security Force of India and Pakistan’s Rangers perform special parade or we can say drill. The drill is performed by border guards of both the countries everyday.

Kurukshetra is the land where the Mahabharata war was fought. This war land boasts the place where Lord Krishna used to preach the Bhagwad Gita to Arjuna, his disciple. The Indian mythology refers to the plenty of Ashrams, temples and religious places of Kurukshetra. These places serve as a magnet for the religious tourists to visit Kurukshetra. History evidences that King Ashoka swarmed this place with people from different nations due its culture and knowledge

Shalimar Garden is also termed as Shalimar Bagh and it is one of major tourists’ attractions Jammu and Kashmir State of India. The garden is very close to the famous Dal Lake where one can view awesome natural beauty. The garden was build during rule of Jahangir the Mughal Emperor. The peace and beauty of the garden is loved by tourists coming here.