Sikhism, Buddhism and the British Raj Tour

Code: #790
07 Days


Indian has been the birthplace of many civilizations and religions. The relative harmony in which they have coexisted over the years has given rise to a colourful and secular present, where one can witness different religions and cultures in a single nation. This tour has been specially designed to explore and learn about the Sikh and Buddhist monuments and ways of life, as well as the quaint colonial hill stations of the Himalayas.

Accommodation on twin sharing basis in the hotels Meals as per the itinerary
Sightseeing with guides Permits and entry fee
Train tickets
Optional tours/excursions, personal & incidental expenses
Tips, laundry, phone calls, alcohol, camera fee etc
International and domestic air fare, visa, insurance


  • Golden Temple in Amritsar
  • Indo Pak Wagah Border
  • Amritsari cuisine and shopping for souvenirs
  • Centre of Tibetan Buddhism and the home of Dalai Lama
  • Tibetan influenced artifacts like Thangka paintings, carpets, masks
  • Quaint North Indian hill stations of Shimla, Chail and Kufri
  • Stay at a colonial estate
  • Visit Chail Palace
  • UNESCO World Heritage listed Toy Train, from Shimla to Kalka



Day 01: Delhi to Amritsar
Day 02: Amritsar to McLeodganj
Day 03: McLeod Ganj
Day 04: McLeod Ganj to Shimla
Day 05: Shimla
Day 06: Chail and Kufri excursion
Day 07: Shimla to Delhi

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1 review for Sikhism, Buddhism and the British Raj Tour

  1. Jean Pierre

    This Asian Adventures holiday was a lovely journey to the Golden Temple and Dharamshala.The family run hotel was delightful and we travelled in two new minibuses from New Delhi. Our Guide Shyam was great and I really appreciated the immense amount of knowledge that was available. We enjoyed the communal meals and made some good friends in India.

    Jean Pierre

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