Mystique Moksha


Golden Triangle with
Vrindavan, Amritsar & Dharamshala

November 2024

DAY 01

Arrive Delhi

Upon arrival in Delhi, you will be met at the Indira Gandhi International Airport by a representative holding a signboard with your name displayed. You will be escorted to your hotel and assisted with check in


Delhi, Capital of India has much to offer to its tourists. It caters to all the interests of the tourists. People from all parts of the world come to witness the heritage and splendor of this city. No doubt that it is called the ‘India in Itself’.


Overnight – Delhi

DAY 02


Morning has a guided tour of the city. Experience the bustling laneways and bazaars of Old Delhi as you drive through the old gateways, photo stop at imposing Red Fort, before visiting the Jama Masjid, India’s largest mosque. Ride through Chandni Chowk to Asia’s largest wholesale spice market on a cycle rickshaw and then visit Raj Ghat.

In afternoon drive along the broad Rajpath past the India Gate and Parliament House to explore the magnificent World Heritage-listed Qutub Minar and Humayun’s Tomb – Last refuge of Emperor Humayun’s which reminds rather of a luxurious palace, than a Tomb.


Overnight –Delhi

Day 03

Delhi – Vrindavan - Agra

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer by road to Vrindavan, Visiting temples (Banke Bihari Mandir, Prem Mandir, ISKCON Temple, Nidhivan Temple etc) 


Later drive to Agra and check-in at the hotel. 

Agra is situated on the banks of the river Yamuna in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. It achieved prominence as the capital of the Mughal Emperors from the year 1526 to 1628 and remains a major tourist destination because of its many splendid Mughal-era monuments.


Overnight – Agra

DAY 04


Agra Morning visits the lustrous Taj Mahal, a monument of love and flawless architectural creation, built by an emperor in memory of his beloved queen. Afterwards, witness the hustle and bustle of everyday life as you make your way through the city to Agra Fort, a powerful fortress of red sandstone. After your tour through the palatial Royal Pavilions and gardens there is free time to relax. 

Later visit local market


Overnight – Agra

Day 05

Agra - Fatehpur Sikri - Jaipur

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer by road to Jaipur en-route visiting Fatehpur Sikri and Abhaneri.


Fatehpur Sikri: A highlight in the province of Uttar Pradesh, Fatehpur Sikri served briefly as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1571 to 1585. This world heritage site is rated as one of the best-preserved collections of Mughal architecture in India. Surrounded by a six-kilometre wall, with the fourth being a lake at the time, a day can be spent exploring the elaborate structures within. Marvel at the impressive Jama Masjid Mosque, the detailed palaces built for Emperor Akbar’s wives, the public and private discussion halls and vast ornamental pool; all of which took over 15 years to conceptualise and build.


Abhaneri: Abhaneri is a small village of the Dausa district in northern Rajasthan; it is located 95km from Jaipur, towards the Jaipur-Agra highway. The present name of the village, ‘Abhaneri’, is believed to be a mispronunciation of ‘Abha Nagri’ or the ‘city of brightness’. This ancient village in Rajasthan is renowned for its post-Gupta or early medieval monuments, Chand Baori and Harshat Mata temple. Abhaneri is also famous for local dances namely Ghoomar, Kalbelia and Bhawai. Read further to know more about Abhaneri and its attractions.


Optional lunch at Laxmi Vilas Palace, Bharatpur

Later continue to drive Jaipur.

Upon arrival in Jaipur, check into the hotel. Balance of the day is at leisure to relax at hotel.


Overnight – Jaipur

DAY 06


In the morning you will be taken for an excursion to Amber Fort. Standing tall over a small hillock overlooking the Pink City, Amber Fort is a classic, romantic Rajasthani Fort-Palace. Miniatures painted on the walls depict hunting and war scenes, along with festivals. Precious stones and mirrors are embedded into the plaster. 


In the afternoon proceed for a half day guided tour. The tour begins with a visit to the Maharaja’s City Palace: The former Royal residence and blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. The centre of the palace is a seven-storied building called Chandra Palace, with fine vies over the gardens and the city. The palace lies in the heart of the city and occupies the whole central grid. The fortified wall has seven gates and was built for protection from invading armies and animals that lived in jungles, which surrounded the wall that time. Later visit the Jantar Mantar, which is the largest stone-and-marble-crafted Observatory in the world.


Situated near the gate of the city palace, the Observatory has 17 large instruments, many of them still in working condition and end the tour with a photo stop at Hawa Mahal also known as Palace of wind. 


Overnight – Jaipur 

Day 07

Jaipur – Amritsar Via Delhi

Morning at leisure. Transfer to Jaipur Airport to board flight for Delhi, from Delhi flight to Amritsar.


Amritsar is a city with a splendid blend of tradition and culture. With important religious centers and historical sites, the city reveals a magnificent past and a promising future. The city is known as the Jewel of Punjab. There are several heritage and religious attractions in Amritsar.


Overnight – Amritsar 

Day 08


Morning visit Golden Temple – the sacred Sikh sanctuary spread out in a vast complex around a huge water tank in the midst of which stands a marble sanctum where the holy book of the Sikhs, the Guru Granth is reverently placed. The roof of the sanctum is gold-leafed. The community kitchen provides free meals to up to 10,000 pilgrims or visitors in a day. 


Later visit the historic Jallianwala Bagh where General Dyers bullets killed hundreds of innocent Indians, the Durgiana Temple which looks like a replica of the golden temple.


Late afternoon excursion to Wagah Border – One of the many nearby places to visit from Amritsar is the Wagah Border. Located on the Indo-Pakistan border, Wagah is 28 kilometers from the Amritsar main town. A good number of visitors come to this place to see the change of guards’ ceremony and the flag hoisting and lowering activities which are done with great skill and precision by the border security forces of both the countries. 


Overnight – Amritsar 

Day 09 - 13

Amritsar - Dharamshala

Morning optional Visit to Golden Temple


Later walk by the busy bazaars of the city. Afternoon check out from the hotel and transfer by road to Dharamshala.


Dharamshala also known as little Lahsa, has been the seat of his Holiness, the Dalai Lama, the leader of the Tibetans, since 1960.


Each morning, after Yoga and meditation, we will explore the local region. This hill station will enchant you with its scenic mountain beauty. McLeod Ganj is also the seat of His Holiness Dalai Lama. Owing to the presence of the spiritual leader the town is a major seat of Buddhist learning in India. We will visit the temple of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. There will be plenty of free time to truly explore McLeod Ganj relaxed villages and vibrant markets. In the afternoons we will have mini excursions to local sights.

For example, we will visit the Temple at Bhagsu Nag, an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Bhagsu Nag (a local god). It also has a freshwater spring, in which pilgrims travel to take a holy dip flows through the temple. Nearby is the beautiful Bhagsu waterfall where we can have a chai and enjoy the enchanting view.


There will be plenty of free time to truly explore McLeod Ganj relaxed villages and vibrant markets. In the afternoons we will have mini excursions to local sights.


For example, we will visit the Temple at Bhagsu Nag, an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Bhagsu Nag (a local god). It also has a freshwater spring, in which pilgrims travel to take a holy dip flows through the temple. Nearby is the beautiful Bhagsu waterfall where we can have a chai and enjoy the enchanting view.


In the evening, we will have a cooking class, and a delicious home-cooked dinner.

Retreat details

Date: Nov 5th – 18th Nov 2024


Delhi, Vrindavan, Agra, Fatehpur Sikri Jaipur, Amritsar, Dharamshala



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What’s Included:

  • Transfers, sightseeing tours, excursion by air-conditioned deluxe coach.

  • Services of local English-speaking guides during sightseeing tours.
  • Accommodation is twin share with breakfast.
  • Single supplements options are available.


  • Any Gratuities to drivers/ helpers and local guides.
  • Items of a personal nature; Eg – laundry, telephone bills, drinks, camera     fees, souvenirs and tipping etc.
  • Meals other than mentioned above.
  • Entrance fees to sights and monuments.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Visa fees. A Visa is required to visit India.
  • Any increase in taxes or fuel rates so as to cause increase in transport  rates
  • Any other services which has not been specified in “Cost includes”

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Health & Insurance: It is compulsory for all travellers to be in good physical and mental health. You must be able to carry your own luggage. It is also a condition of the tour that each passenger obtains an appropriate standard of travel insurance which covers him/her for the duration of the tour, in case of the following: medical emergency, illness, death, loss of baggage or other personal items, cancellations and/or curtailment of the journey. Your doctor must be consulted prior to departure to ensure that you have the correct vaccinations.

Possible Changes or Delays: A number of factors may affect our planned itinerary. While we make every effort to operate according to plan, Mystique Moksha Yoga reserves the right to alter the itinerary at short notice in the interests of the traveller, the local people, or the environment. All photographs and descriptions used in the itinerary are guides only.

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  1. Vaccination: It is highly recommended for all travellers to have completed their COVID-19 vaccination before entering India.
  2. COVID-19 negative test: All travellers should carry a negative COVID-19 test report (RT-PCR test) taken within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time.
  3. Health declaration form: All travellers should fill out a health declaration form before boarding the flight to India. This form will include questions about COVID-19 symptoms and exposure to infected individuals.
  4. Quarantine requirements: In case a traveller tests positive for COVID-19 upon arrival in India, they will be required to undergo quarantine for 14 days at a designated facility. The cost of this facility will be borne by the traveller.
  5. Travel insurance: All travellers are required to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers COVID-19-related medical expenses and trip cancellations due to COVID-19.
  6. Compliance with local guidelines: Travelers should comply with all local guidelines and regulations related to COVID-19 during the tour. This includes wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, and following any other guidelines issued by local authorities.
  7. Changes to the itinerary: We reserve the right to make changes to the itinerary or cancel the tour due to COVID-19-related reasons. In such cases, we will offer alternative options or a full refund.

It is important to note that these requirements may change based on the evolving situation and guidelines issued by the Indian government. We will keep travellers informed about any changes and updates to these requirements.

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