Nine Devi Darshan

Commence on a Sacred Journey - The Nine Devi Darshan Itinerary

Discover a spiritual vacation through the heart of North India with the Nine Devi Darshan itinerary. Join us as we explore revered temples and holy sites on this enlightening pilgrimage. Let the divine experience begin.

Day 1 – Delhi to Haridwar

Begin your spiritual journey as you depart from Delhi for Haridwar, a 205-kilometer drive that takes around 7 hours. Upon reaching Haridwar, check in to your hotel. After freshening up, head to Rishikesh, which is just 24 kilometers away. Explore the spiritual sites like Shivananda Ashram, Ram Jhoola, Swarg Ashram, Geeta Ashram, and Lakshman Jhoola. Don't miss the mesmerizing Ganga Aarti in the evening.

Day 2 -Haridwar to Chandigarh

Start your day with a sacred dip in the holy Ganges at Har-ki-Pauri and visit the Mansa Devi Temple by taking a thrilling Rope Way ride. Later, embark on a 235-kilometer, 7-hour journey to Chandigarh. Check in to your hotel upon arrival.

Day 3 Chandigarh -Dharamshala

Today, your journey leads you to Dharamshala. Enroute, make stops at Naina Devi, Baglamukhi Devi, and Chintpurni Mata temples. Once you reach Dharamshala, settle into your hotel.

Day 4 Dharmshala

Begin your day with a visit to the Chamunda Devi, Jwalaji Temple, Kangra Devi Temple, and the Tibetan Monastery (Dalai Lama Temple) after enjoying your morning meal.

Day 5 Dharmshala – Katra

After breakfast, continue your journey to Katra, covering a distance of 240 kilometres in approximately 8 hours. Once in Katra, check in to your hotel.

Day 6 Katra - Vaishno Devi – Katra

Get ready for a spiritual experience as you proceed to the Vaishno Devi temple, which is 14 kilometres away. You can choose to walk, take a pony, or even use the helicopter service to reach the temple. After seeking blessings, return to Katra.

Day 7 Katra – Amritsar

Explore one of India's most sacred places - the Golden Temple, also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib. Located in the heart of Amritsar, the Golden Temple's stunning architecture and the daily Langar (community kitchen) draw devotees and visitors from all walks of life. Explore the temple, its spiritual surroundings, and the Sikh Museum inside. The day ends with a comfortable stay in an Amritsar hotel.

Day 8 Amritsar to Delhi

MConclude your spiritual journey as you depart from Amritsar and return to Delhi, approximately a 7-hour drive. You'll arrive in Delhi in the evening, carrying cherished memories from your nine Devi Darshan pilgrimage.

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