Let us guide you through the North of India, visiting the most sacred cities in the area. Starting with Amritsar, where we will visit the most sacred temple for the Sikhs and its cuisine that feeds hundreds of people daily, the ceremony on the border with Pakistan; Rishikesh, the birthplace of Yoga in India, where we can practice Yoga and Meditation, learn from the ancestral medicine of India, Ayurveda; and transport yourself to the sacred valleys of North India where most of the exiles of Tibet reside, Dharamsala, home of the Dalai Lama; and to culminate Ladakh and Leh, remote and little visited zone that protects secrets and ancestral traditions of the Tibetan Buddhism, majestic monasteries embedded in the stone, ancestral stupas and sacred valleys with amazing views to the Himalayas. A journey of dream and magic, culture and adventure; and more than anything, a lot of spirituality and focus on personal development.
Ladakh and Leh: visiting the Castle of Leh, Stupa Shanti, the sacred Indus Valley, Thiksey Monastery and Stok Palace.
Amritsar: The Golden Temple, the largest of the Sikh religion in India, and attend the graceful ceremony of changing the guard between the India-Pakistan border, a show that deserves to be seen ...
Dharamsala: receive meditation classes with Buddhist monks, stay at the Buddhist Monastery, visit the house of the Dalai Lama, and McLeod Ganj, village where you can walk and witness the art of Tibetan culture, stupas, tangkhas, Tibetan textiles; and also enjoy the specular view of the Himalayas mountains when hiking to the Triund Hill. You can also visit the Tibetan Buddhist Museum to learn more about Buddhism and history at the Tibet Museum.
Rishikesh: The cradle of Yoga in India, where you can receive yoga every day, witness the Ganges in its turquoise splendor, the daily ceremony of the Aarti on the river, visit the famous Ashram where the Beatles were, and other delights Cultural and natural areas such as local waterfalls and visit a local school. Here you will receive a Ayurvedic massage healer, and you will learn Ayurvedic cooking classes.
Visit during the Buddhist Festival "Hemis Festival", festival that is celebrated annually on the 10th of the Tse-Chu, lunar month of the Tibetan calendar. The 2-day party marks the birth anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava. It is an experience that few people can afford to witness ... A tradition full of mysticism, dances, colors and rituals, worthy of admiration.