- Uttaranchal: Himachal Jeep Safari- A journey into realms of Hindu Faith
- Region: Uttaranchal – Himachal
- Season: March – October
- Duration: 16 Days
This journey is an attempt to bring the travelers close to the ancient culture and traditions in the high Himalayan region of India. This journey connects three different regions rich in natural beauty, old culture and traditions and ancient monuments.
The Journey starts from Corbett National Park, situated in the Kumaon Region of Uttaranchal Sate, the Journey further winds through the Hill region of Garhwal. This whole region occupies a special place in Hinduism and its ancient traditions, where every small element of nature bares a religious significance . This is the source of the many tributaries of the Ganges and Yamuna. Uttaranchal comprises of 350 Km. of Mighty Himalayan Range. The entire region is mountainous with valleys in between the ridges. Then we enter into the Himachal Pradesh. Here we drive through its beautiful valleys such as Pabber Valley, Kullu valley, Parvati valley ,Kangra Valley and Chamba, including Manali and Dharamsala, the house of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the H.Q. of the Tibetan Government in Exile.
Another point of attraction in Kangra and Chamba Valley is the rock cut monolithic temple of Masrur (Kangra Valley) and Chaurasi Temple complex in Bharmour. These are fine example of temple architecture in sub – Himalayan region. From here we enter in to the plains of Punjab and further head towards Amritsar .This journey ends at Amritsar, the Holy place of the Sikhs. This Journey connects us with three different regions and also with different faiths, and cultures.