Delhi, Capital of India
Delhi, India's modern capital, is an ancient city with many traditions and legends. There are hundreds of sites and a more than thousand-year history in stone. From here ruled various Hindu and Muslim dynasties including the Mughals. And when the British administration was transferred here, Delhi became the capital of Indiae.
Sightseeing of Delhi visiting India gate, President’s house followed by visit to Qutab Minar.
Rishikesh is located in northern India in the state of Uttrakhand. Rishikesh is known as the gateway to the Himalayas and a famous pilgrimage city for yogis and Hindus. The city annually attracts thousands of pilgrims and tourists, both from India and from the Western countries. It is home to many yoga centers, which can partly look back on a long tradition. Rishikesh therefore has the reputation of being the yoga capital of the world to be and is also a host of International Yoga week held annually from 01 – 07th March every year.
Visit the Sivananda Ashram, located on the banks of the Ganges, which was founded by Swami Sivananda in 1932 here. In 1936 he founded the Divine Life Society and in 1948 the Yoga Vedanta Forest Academy was created with the aim to spread spiritual knowledge and train people in yoga and meditation.
Many charitable and spiritual activities are carried out under the auspices of the ashram. They also include the Yoga Vedanta Forest Academy, the Sivananda Eye Hospital and the Sivananda Ayurvedic Pharmacy. Yoga classes daily for the public out in the ashram.
Visit Laksham Jhula, a long and mighty bridge over the Ganges, which was built in 1939th They visit several temples in the city and in the evening enjoy the Arati ceremony on the banks of the Ganges.
Devprayag (Alaknanda Bhagirathi unnd two rivers flow together). Just from here flows Ganges continue in the country. This place offers a panoramic View of Himalaya and interaction of Native Villagers.
Chopta is an area of natural beauty, vast forests, large meadows and fantastic views of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks. Streams and waterfalls sing their own symphony. Not for nothing one speaks of this area by the "mini-Switzerland" of India. If you are a nature lover or birders or also want an encounter with wild animals, this is the place for you.
Camps provide a pleasant, perfect and ideal location and place for yoga activities in the great hills of Indian Himalayas. Beautiful moderate and alpine meadows surrounded by oak, pine and birch tree forest and scenic beauty of greater Himalaya, tranquility around, all these things create a healthful and inspiring atmosphere which for yogic, (meditational)exercises. We conduct yoga exercises and training program and invite yoga willing people from all around the world in Uttarakhand Himalaya to rejuvenate their mind, body and soul. In the lap of nature in Uttarakhand Himalaya, soul pleasant chirping of birds and wild animal calls add an ingredient to be rejuvenated
Chopta - Trekking to Tungnath and Chandrashilla - Chopta
Later after breakfast the trek starts after Tungnath, from where you can enjoy a magnificent 360 degree view of the mountains of the Himalayas from Chandrashilla summit. Tungnath situated at an altitude of 3660 m. The more than 1000 year old temple of Tungnath situated at an altitude of 3680 m and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Chandrashilla is a peak overlooking the Temple of Tungnath, the highest of all the temples in the Himalayas. It is a short but strenuous climb, from where one has the best view of the Nandadevi, Trishul, Kedar, Peak and Chaukhamba summit.
Okhimath situated at an altitude of 1370 m and is open from Guptkashi a relatively short steep walk by foot, or to achieve a much longer way across the road.
Ukhimath in winter is the winter home of the priest of Kedarnath. After the Temple closes in Kedarnath, a moving image is brought from there in procession to Ukhinath, where it remains until the temple reopens next year in Kedarnath.
Haridwar is famous Pilgrimage city for Hindus. At Har ki pauri one can experience Worship with a big crowd of Indian Devotees. Besides one has many Ashrams and Temples to visit.
Jaipur also known as Pink City, offers to visit beautiful huge Amber Fort situated on the top of the Aravali Hills, Wind-Palace and only functioning Observatory ,which enables to an Astrologer and Astronomer to read up to 2 seconds of time with the help of Sunrays falling on an Instruments. The City is famous for the production of exquisite gold jewelry, for carving wood, stone and ivory, handmade paper, miniature paintings etc.
Agra is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna in the west of the state of Uttar Pradesh and has about 1.6 million Inhabitants. It was once the capital of the Mughal Empire and is known as the hometown of one of the Seven Wonders - the Taj Mahal. Agra was once the capital of the Mughal Empire. Another attraction of point is Agra Fort, where Emperor Shah Jahan was kept in Jail by his own son Aurangjeb.
- Package Inclusions
- Package Exclusions
- 15 Nights accommodation sharing twin room
- Daily buffet breakfast & Dinner at all places except in Chopta where all meals included in cost
- All transfers & tours using AC vehicle in planes & non AC during hill drive
- Entrance fees at monuments in Delhi
- Pony ride during excursion in Chopta
- Boat ride in Rishikesh
- Rikshaw ride in Delhi
- Elephant ride in Jaipur
- Spiritual lecture & Yoga class will be performed by skilled Yoga Guru during stay in Rishikesh
- Supplement of Yoga instructor & Spanish speaking escort mentioned separately.
- International and Domestic flights.
- Visa Fee for India & Airport taxes.
- Expense of personal nature like laundry, telephone calls, fax services, beverages (even during meals), camera fee and video charges at monuments.
- Tips or Gratuities to Guides, Drivers or at the Restaurants. Porterage (for baggage handling) at the hotels, airports & railway stations.