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Weekend Tour Packages Amritsar

5 Days 4 Night

Highlights

  • An exciting train journey from Delhi to Amritsar
    Beating retreat ceremony at Wagah Border
    Visit Sikh’s most sacred shrine- Golden Temple
    Witness pious ‘Akal Takht’ at Golden Temple
    Bathe in the holy waters of Amrit Sarovar
    Stand at historical memorial of Jallianwala Bagh

Day 01 Arrival Delhi

Arrival Delhi by surface

Check in at hotel

Overnight at hotel

Day 02 Delhi - Amritsar by train

Breakfast at hotel

In time transfer to railway station to board train to Amritsar

Dep Delhi 0720 hrs

Arr.Amritsar 1325 hrs

Meet and greet at railway station and transfer to hotel

Check in at hotel Ritz, Amritsar

Evening visit Wagha border

Wagha Border from Amritsar 35 Km on the road to Lahore(Pakistan), is India-Pakistan border,which is also known as "Attari(India)-"Wagah" (Pakistan) border. A visit to the border is an interesting experience, especially at sun-set, when the retreat ceremony takes place with the Border Security Force (B.S.F.) on the Indian side and The Sutlej Rangers on the Pakistan side putting up a well co-ordinated and spectacular display which compares very favorably with the changing of royal guard in London.

The sound from the bugles blown together from both sides paints past on the canvas when India and Pakistan were one, simultaneously Flags of the two nations are ceremoniously retrieved and lights are switched on marking the end of the day amidst thunderous applause. Today this point is only land route to approach Pakistan and central

Overnight at hotel

Day 03 In Amritsar

Breakfast at hotel.

Morning visit Golden Temple.

Amritsar: founded by Guru Ram Das, the fourth religious preceptor of the Sikh faith constructed a pool and called it Amrit sar or the pool of nectar, giving the city its name. The chief tourist attraction – its Golden Temple, the holiest of holy Sikh shrines also often called the Harimandir (the temple of god). In and around the temple is the Akal Takht, the eight storied baba atal tower and the ill fated Jalianwala Bagh where, on 13 April 1919 the British fired on an unarmed crowd killing thousands of people.

Afternoon visit Jalanwalaiyan Wala Bagh
Amritsar played a pivotal role in India's quest for independence, and no national monument has more significance than Jalianwala Bagh, a solemn, grim reminder of one of the bloodiest chapters of India's freedom movement. The 2000 Indians killed and wounded here in the indiscriminate firing by the British on Baisakhi in 1919 was carnage that had nationwide ramifications, shaking and enraging the whole country. Jalianwala Bagh commemorates the martyrs, keeping the tragic episode in its historical context. Today, one finds a small gallery with photos of key personalities involved, the well into which the crowds jumped to escape the murderous hail of bullets and a simple memorial at the site that shaped India's destiny.

Overnight at Hotel

Day 04 Amritsar – Delhi by train

Breakfast at hotel

Morning at leisure

Late afternoon transfer to Railway Station to board train to Delhi.

Overnight at Hotel

Day 05 Departure Delhi

In time transfer to airport to board flight to your onward destination.

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