Spiritual Explorer Tour
Spiritual explorer tour is an incredible adventure discovering spiritual havens between two of the high mountain ranges, the Karakorum and the Himalayas, witnessing some of the most breathtaking natural scenery on earth. This is truly a trip to the heavens and come back.
Spiritual explorer tour - Itinerary:
Day 01 Delhi, Explore Old Delhi's narrows laneways and weave through lively Chadani Chowk, amid the aroma of piping hot Indian dishes.
Day 02/03 Leh, in Lakakh's capital, browse traditional wares, sample local produce and visit Leh Palace.
Day 04 Likir, Follw the sacred mani stone walls of Phyang to a little -visited Buddhist monastery or Gompa of the Kagyupa order.
Day 05/07 Lamayuru, Out three day trek allows the opportunity to witness some of the most rugged. Yet beautiful, moon-like landscapes in the world. Monasteries and ruined forts line our path as we continue on to Lamayuru, where Ladakh's oldest sandstone gompa perches precariously on a cliff.
Day 08 Alchi, Set in the haven gorges of the Indus River, Alchi is home to exuberantly painted shrines and the well preserved frescoes of Alchi Monastery.
Day 09 Stok, The royal family still resides in the Stok Palace-check out the fabulous period costumes, royal jewellery and exquisite sacred thangka paintings.
Day 10/11 Hemis, The 17th century gompa in Hemis is Ladakh's most auspicious and is the state of the annual Hemis festival, where a monk celebrates festivities with delightful Charm performance or Tantric mask dances.
Day 12/15 Manali, Famous for apples, shawls and trekking. the popular resort of Manali sits below snow-capped peaks and wooded slopes.
Day 16 Mandi, Relax in the faded colonial char of the former raja's palaces. Our home for tonight. Explore the sunken market, climb to the Kali temple or walk to the Beas River past mystical Shiva Shrines.
Day 17/18 Dharmasala, The hilltop home of the Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, is full of monasteries, prayer flags and monks in their crimson robber
Day 19/20 Delhi, Descend back onto the plains to board a train bound for Delhi.
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Note: At the end of this trip, you can extend your amazing holiday to Nepal for trekking to the World’s highest peak Mt Everest (8848m) base camp, visit to Buddha’s birth place-Lumbini, and sightseeing tour in holiest Pasupatinath temple including lots of historical and world heritage sites. You can also combine a trip Tibet or Bhutan through Nepal.