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Amritsar: Small Group Sightseeing Tour with Wagah Border

1. Amritsar: Small Group Sightseeing Tour with Wagah Border

Explore the magnificent sights in Amritsar under the guidance of an expert local guide. From your hotel, head first to the famous Golden Temple, one of the most vital structures and key landmarks in the city. After you offer prayers at the Golden Temple, you'll visit the Langar Hall (Community Kitchen) and witness how food is made for thousands of pilgrims who arrive daily at this sacred location. This is followed by a trip to Jallianwala Bagh where the infamous massacre took place under the troops of the British Indian Army. Afterwards, visit the only Museum dedicated to the horrific Partition of India in 1947. You will explore the different exhibitions, with both video and photographic displays providing you with the stories behind the events. Expressive paintings depicting these harrowing times are also on display in the museum. Finally, head out to the Wagah Border and visit the historic Grand Trunk Road, the only link between India and Pakistan in 1999. During the ceremony, you will watch the soldiers of India and Pakistan put on a show of sorts, with the lowering of both flags and a handshake between two nations. At the end of the ceremony, you will be dropped back to your hotel.

Amritsar full day tour of Golden Temple and Wagah Border

2. Amritsar full day tour of Golden Temple and Wagah Border

Our representative will pick you up from your hotel around 9 AM. First off, you’ll be escorted to the Golden Temple also known as Gurudwara Sri Harmandir Sahib. Listen about this sacred site from your guide. See the remnants of the past at the temple's central museum. Enjoy the food served at Langar Hall. Enter the world’s biggest community kitchen and get familiar with the Langar facility, free food for all service that feeds around 75000 people every day. Find your moment of peace while sitting beside the holy pond. Next, relish some local cuisines at lunchtime. Then head for Indo-Pak Wagah Border by 3 PM and watch an energy-gushing beating retreat ceremony where soldiers from both India and Pakistan showcase a blustering parade. By the end of the ceremony, you’ll be dropped off at your hotel.

Golden Temple & Wagah Border in Amritsar with Lunch

3. Golden Temple & Wagah Border in Amritsar with Lunch

Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib): The Golden Temple is the holiest Gurudwara (Sikh place of worship) and an iconic symbol of Sikhism. It's renowned for its stunning architecture, the central pool (Sarovar), and its gold-covered exterior. Here's what you can do at the Golden Temple: Darshan: Pay your respects by visiting the main prayer hall and the inner sanctum, where the Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy scripture) is kept. Langar: Experience the communal meal known as "Langar," where volunteers serve free meals to all visitors, regardless of their background. It's a beautiful way to witness the spirit of selfless service. Amrit Sarovar: Take a peaceful walk around the sacred pool and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere. Architecture: Admire the stunning architecture of the Golden Temple, with its gold-covered dome and intricate marble work. Wagah Border: The Wagah Border is the international border between India and Pakistan, and it's famous for the daily "Wagah Border Ceremony," a military parade and flag-lowering ceremony that's performed by both Indian and Pakistani soldiers. The ceremony is a lively display of patriotism and national pride. Punjabi Lunch: Punjab is known for its flavorful cuisine, and enjoying a Punjabi lunch is a must during your visit to Amritsar. Some dishes you might want to try include: Sarson da Saag and Makki di Roti: A classic Punjabi dish made from mustard greens and served with maize flatbread. Chole Bhature: Spiced chickpea curry served with deep-fried bread. Amritsari Kulcha: Stuffed flatbread often served with chole (chickpea curry) or potatoes. Lassi: A traditional yogurt-based drink that can be sweet or salty, perfect for cooling down. Punjabi Sweets: Don't miss out on trying some delicious Punjabi sweets like Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, and Pinni.

Amritsar: Full-Day Tour

4. Amritsar: Full-Day Tour

Amritsar is a vibrant city in the state of Punjab, India, with a rich cultural and historical heritage. It is the spiritual center of the Sikh religion and home to the famous Golden Temple. Here is a brief description of a tour of Amritsar: Golden Temple: The Golden Temple, also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib, is the holiest shrine of Sikhism. It is a beautiful temple made of marble and gold, surrounded by a large pool of water. Visitors can take a dip in the pool and listen to the Sikh holy book being read out loud. Jallianwala Bagh: This is a historical park in the center of the city, known for the tragic incident that took place here in 1919. British soldiers opened fire on a peaceful gathering of Indian civilians, killing hundreds. Today, the park serves as a memorial to those who lost their lives. Wagah Border: Located about 28 km from Amritsar, the Wagah border is the only road border crossing between India and Pakistan. Every evening, there is a military ceremony held here, where soldiers from both countries perform a parade. Partition Museum: The Partition Museum is located in the old town of Amritsar and tells the story of the Partition of India in 1947, which led to the creation of Pakistan. The museum houses artifacts, photographs, and oral histories of people who were affected by this historic event. Amritsar Market: Amritsar is also known for its colorful bazaars, where visitors can shop for traditional clothing, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Some of the popular markets include Katra Jaimal Singh Market, Hall Bazaar, and Guru Bazaar. Local Food: Amritsar is famous for its mouth-watering Punjabi cuisine. Visitors must try the local street food, such as Amritsari kulcha, chole bhature, lassi, and sweet dishes like Jalebi.

Amritsar 02 days Tour

5. Amritsar 02 days Tour

2-Day Amritsar Exploration: Immerse Yourself in Rich Heritage and Spiritual Bliss Day 1: Icons of Amritsar's History and Culture Golden Temple: Begin your day with a visit to the mesmerizing Golden Temple, the spiritual heart of Amritsar. Also known as Harmandir Sahib, this glistening monument is a symbol of inclusivity and devotion. Explore the stunning architecture, stroll around the tranquil Sarovar, and partake in the Langar – a free community meal. Jallianwala Bagh: Immerse yourself in India's struggle for independence at Jallianwala Bagh. This historical garden serves as a poignant reminder of the tragic events of the 1919 massacre. The memorial wall, eternal flame, and well showcase the sacrifices made during that time. Durgiana Temple: Pay a visit to the intricately designed Durgiana Temple, often referred to as the "Silver Temple." Dedicated to Goddess Durga, the temple's architecture mirrors the Golden Temple and is adorned with exquisite carvings and sculptures. Wagah Border Ceremony: As the sun sets, experience the electrifying atmosphere at the Wagah Border. Witness the grand Beating Retreat ceremony as Indian and Pakistani soldiers engage in a spirited display of patriotism. The energy, enthusiasm, and flag-lowering ceremony create an unforgettable spectacle. Day 2: Exploring Tradition and Heritage On Day 2, delve deeper into Amritsar's rich heritage and traditions, immersing yourself in the city's vibrant local life. Partition Museum: Gain insights into one of the most significant events in India's history at the Partition Museum. Through exhibits, stories, and artifacts, learn about the painful partition of 1947 that divided India and Pakistan. Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum: Discover the legacy of the "Lion of Punjab" at this museum dedicated to Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Explore a treasure trove of artifacts, paintings, and possessions that offer a glimpse into the life and times of this legendary ruler. Amritsar Markets: Roam through bustling local markets like Hall Bazaar and Katra Jaimal Singh. Shop for intricate Phulkari embroidery, traditional jewelry, spices, and more. These markets are a vibrant reflection of Amritsar's lively culture. Gobindgarh Fort: Conclude your tour at the historic Gobindgarh Fort. Uncover the fort's rich past through captivating sound and light shows. Explore the different sections of the fort, each narrating a unique story of Amritsar's history. Amritsar 2-day tour Golden Temple spiritual experience Jallianwala Bagh historical significance Wagah Border ceremony spectacle Durgiana Temple architecture Partition Museum insights Maharaja Ranjit Singh heritage Amritsar local markets shopping Gobindgarh Fort history exploration Best Amritsar itinerary Cultural immersion Punjab Top things to do in Amritsar

Amritsar tour on Bike Taxi

6. Amritsar tour on Bike Taxi

The Amritsar Bike Tour offers an exhilarating exploration of the vibrant city of Amritsar, located in the Indian state of Punjab. Starting from the historic Golden Temple, riders navigate the bustling streets, immersing themselves in the rich Sikh culture and spirituality. The tour includes stops at Jallianwala Bagh, where the tragic massacre took place in 1919, and the serene Wagah Border, famous for the daily flag-lowering ceremony. Participants also get a taste of Amritsari cuisine, savoring local delicacies like Amritsari Kulcha and Lassi. Riding through narrow lanes and bustling markets, bikers encounter the lively spirit of Amritsar and its warm-hearted locals. The tour provides insights into the city's history, architecture, and traditions, making it a memorable and educational experience for both locals and tourists alike. With the wind in your hair and the scent of spices in the air, the Amritsar Bike Tour offers a unique and immersive way to discover this culturally rich city.

Amritsar: Dharamshala and Dalhousie 6-Day Private Tour

7. Amritsar: Dharamshala and Dalhousie 6-Day Private Tour

Day 1 : Amritsar Airport or Railway Station. Upon arrival at Amritsar Airport/Station, Our Executive will meet you on exit Gate and take you to your pre booked hotel in Amritsar. Check in at Hotel. later Post lunch start your tour with blessings of Golden Temple in Amritsar and then visit Wagah border, Witness the Retreat Ceremony at Waga Border. Evening is free for individual activities like shopping etc. Return to hotel. Day 2 : Amritsar – Dharamshala (205 Kms Time taken 4 hours) This morning after early breakfast check out from Amritsar Hotel and Visit Later visit Jalianwala Bagh where on April 13., 1919 British and Gorkha soldiers opened fire on an unarmed forbidden gathering killing hundreds of Civilians and then proceed to Dharamshala, Upon arrival check in to your pre booked hotel.(Lunch at hotel or restaurant on your own) Late rafter some rest proceed for sightseeing of Dharamshala visiting: St. John wilderness Church and Mcleodganj Market etc. and back to hotel in evening. Day 3 : Dharamshala This morning after early breakfast leave hotel and Visit, Dalai Lama Temple, naddi view point, Dal lake ,Bhagshu Nag temple and waterfall, Norbulingka Institute ,Gyuto monastery and Tea Garden. Evening back to hotel. Day 4: Day 04: Dharmshala-Dalhousie Sightseeing - Dalhousie (125 Kms- 03 H) After breakfast check out from the hotel and drive to Dalhousie, On arrival at Dalhousie check in at hotel and after fresh up visit Dalhousie sightseeing like Jandhrighat Palace, Subhash Bowli, Bara Pathar, Panjphulla, Subhash Chownk, GPO Dalhousie, Satdhara and Old Churches,In the evening drive back to hotel. Day 5: Dalhouise – Khajjiar – Dalhousie: After breakfast drive to sightseeing of Khajjiar, Khajjiar known as mini Switzerland of India. Dalhousie surrounded by varied vegetation - pines, dodders, oaks and flowering rhododendron. You can do Adventure activities in Khajjiar like horse riding , zorbing, Nature walk suggestive here in between the trees, also visit Khajji Naag Temple there. In the evening drive back to hotel. Day 6: Dalhousie – Amritsar: (210 KM | 05 Hrs) After breakfast check out from hotel & drive to Amritsar.Our driver will drop you at Amritsar Railway station/airport as per your scheduled flight or train.

Amritsar: Small Group Partition Museum & Wagah Border Tour

8. Amritsar: Small Group Partition Museum & Wagah Border Tour

Join this 6-hour guided tour to get a better understanding of Amritsar and its people in Indian history. Visit the Partition Museum, War Memorial Museum, and the Wagah Border ceremony to gain insights into the constantly evolving relationship between India and Pakistan. After your hotel pickup, you will be taken to the Partition Museum to explore different exhibitions narrating the heartbreaking stories of the partition of the country into India and Pakistan. The collection of art, refugee artifacts, and oral histories depict the displacement and loss of communities as they left their homes overnight. Next, visit the War Memorial Museum, which houses a state-of-the-art gallery where martial tradition and military campaigns can be viewed. Travel back 3 eras, through the pre-British, British, and post-independence periods with a special light and sound show. The 7D auditorium is a must-do experience during your visit, transporting you to the war zones of the past. Finally, head out to Attari, a village on the border of India and Pakistan, connecting Amritsar and Lahore. Famously known as the Wagah Border ceremony, witness soldiers of both nations carry out an elaborate military ceremony and the lowering of flags at sunset. End the tour with drop-off to your hotel.

From Delhi: 2-Day Amritsar Golden Temple & Wagah Border Tour

9. From Delhi: 2-Day Amritsar Golden Temple & Wagah Border Tour

Day 1 New Delhi To Amritsar Via Super-fast Train Enjoy 2 days in the magnificent city of Amritsar, where you will visit its famous Golden Temple. Head out to the Wagah border to view the unique Beating Retreat Ceremony. Learn from your local guides about the historical and cultural importance of the sites you visit throughout your tour. Get picked up in New Delhi, early in the morning, and Catch your Super Fast Train From New Delhi To Amritsar , Upon arrival at Amritsar, your driver will take you to hotel, where you will have the opportunity to freshen up before your professional guide arrives to take you to the Wagah border. Wagah is where India and Pakistan were divided in 1947, and today you will witness a patriotic and theatrical flagging ceremony performed by both Indian and Pakistani border guards as the border formally closes for the day. Day 2 Amritsar To Delhi After breakfast at the hotel get ready to visit the Golden Temple with your guide. On your way, pass by a market, where you can admire traditional Sikh arts and crafts. Marvel at the beautiful architecture of the 16th century Golden Temple complex, also known as Harmandir Sahib, which is the Sikhs' most important pilgrimage site. Observe the daily ritual of preparing and distributing food to 1000 visitors regardless of faith and background. Then, go with your guide to Jallianwala Bagh, a historic garden, but more known as the site of a horrific massacre in 1919. Learn from your guide what lead to this tragic event taking place and its context in the time of British rule in India. After, your guide will take you to the train station or airport for departure back to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi, you will be met by a driver, who will drop you at your hotel or any desired location in Delhi.

Flexible Private Cab Booking in Amritsar

10. Flexible Private Cab Booking in Amritsar

From your pick-up to dropping back at your destination, we will make your journey convenient and memorable at a pocket-friendly price. Enjoy your Amritsar city tour by keeping the cab with you for a maximum of 12 hours and experience the thrill of delving into the greatness and uniqueness of Amritsar's historical monuments. A professional driver will come to pick you up from anywhere within the city and drop you at your desired destination first which can be Golden Temple, A historical Gurudwara that was constructed in the early 17th century. You have to complete circumambulation in the temple and take a bath in holy water (if you want) and spend some time clicking pictures outside the temple, knowing the significance of the place, and enjoying local food from nearby eateries. Following the same route and moving to your next spot Jallianwala Bagh, and Partition Museum and Wagah Border. Subsequently, you can come to a halt anywhere you want and your driver will be there to take care of your belongings. After exploring the holy city (Amritsar) and undertaking all the fun-filled activities of your choice, your chauffeur will finally drop you back to the same spot he picked you from. You must ensure how many passengers are travelling along before booking your cab to avoid any kind of inconvenience.

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