A fascinating city immersed in history and culture, Amritsar is home to some of world’s most intriguing sites like the Golden Temple and the Jallianwala Bagh. So go on, visit Ambarsar and come back enchanted.

One will also enjoy heritage walk of old Amritsar city as well as half day village tour. The village tour gives one the experience of real Sikh culture.

Total Duration: 5 days
Day 1 : Pickup from Amritsar airport / station

Our representative will receive you at Amritsar airport / railway station. You will then chcek-in in the hotel. Later we will proceed to visit Golden Temple to experience it beauty at sunset.

Places to visit:

Golden Temple / Harmandir Sahib: The Harmandir Sahib, famous in the world as the Golden Temple, is Sikhism’s holiest shrine, visited by millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world.

The temple's architecture is beautiful beyond imagination and the serene sarovar that surrounds the temple, the holy lake that is believed to consist of Amrit or holy water, adds to the glory of the temple complex. Harmandir Sahib also houses the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy text of Sikhism.

Day 2 : Amritsar local sightseeing

On the second day of the tour, after breakfast we will proceed for full day local sightseeing of the city. You may also chose to visit Golden Temple at sunrise to experience its beauty in morning Sun rays. At day end, you can enjoy the shopping extravaganza at Katra Market.

Places to visit:

Golden Temple: The Harmandir Sahib, famous in the world as the Golden Temple, is Sikhism’s holiest shrine, visited by millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world.

The temple's architecture is beautiful beyond imagination and the serene sarovar that surrounds the temple, the holy lake that is believed to consist of Amrit or holy water, adds to the glory of the temple complex. Harmandir Sahib also houses the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy text of Sikhism.

Jallianwala Bagh: Jallianwala Bagh is a public garden in Amritsar famous for one of the most tragic yet landmark events in the history of India. This is where the Amritsar Massacre of 1919 took place. The British Army soldiers upon receiving orders from General Dyer opened fire on a huge, unarmed gathering of men, women and children on April 13, 1919. There is a well inside Jallianwala Bagh into which many people including children jumped to save themselves from the firing. The garden also houses a memorial built in honour of the massacre victims. The portion of the wall with bullet marks along with the well is preserved as a memorial.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum: Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum was the erstwhile summer palace of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the first ruler of the Sikh Empire. The museum displays articles related to Maharaja Ranjit Singh, old paintings, manuscripts and coins, which are centuries old. The museum makes for a fascinating visit especially for those interested in history.

Gobindgarh Fort: Gobindgarh Fort is a historic fort located in the center of the city of Amritsar in the Indian state of Punjab. The Fort was earlier occupied by the army but is now open to the public from 10 February 2017.Today the fort is being developed as a unique live museum, as a repository of Punjab’s history.

Katra Market: Located in center of the Amritsar and well know shopping area. Here you can get best of an Amritsar work delivered to you in a day. All you need to do is to show your bargaining skills and negotiate. A Must visit for all Shopaholics to buy best clothes, traditional Jutis etc.

Day 3 : Amritsar old city walk and half day village tour

On the day 3, after breakfast, we will proceed for the Heritage walk of old city of Amritsar. We will walk through old lanes of the city, appreciate the architecture of old buildings that represent the mix of Indian and British culture. Visit old shops carrying out traditional businesses.

In the evening, we will take you through rich and traditional village culture of Amritsar. You will be welcomed with a traditional drink Lassi. Interact with the locals and enjoy scrumptious Punjabi food. Watch cows being milked and get exciting ride through the winding alleys of village and fields.

Day 4 : Visit to Atari-Wagah Border

On the day 4, you will visit Partition Museum in the morning and by afternoon we will start for Atari-Wagah border to experience enchanting retreat.

Places to visit:

Partition Museum: The world's first Partition Museum is now open at the historic Town Hall building in Amritsar. The Partition of India was one of the most defining events in the nation's history. It was perhaps the largest migration in human history, with some 18 million affected. The Museum is part of the newly inaugurated Heritage Street at Amritsar, which starts at the Golden Temple and ends at the Town Hall.

Atari-Wagah Border: Located at a distance of 22 km from Lahore and 28 km from Amritsar, Wagah Border marks the boundaries between Indian and Pakistani borders. It runs along the Grand Trunk Road between Amritsar in Punjab, India, and Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan. People from all over the country visit this place to witness the Beating Retreat Ceremony that is held every day before sunset. This ceremony includes the closing of the international gates and lowering the flags of both countries. It is a spectacle to be witnessed and is an occasion where the heart of every Indian is filled with pride and enthusiasm. The flag ceremony has been conducted by the Indian Border Security Force and Pakistan Rangers since 1959.

Every evening, just before the sunset, the soldiers from the Indian and Pakistan military meet at this border post to engage in a 30-minute display of military camaraderie and showmanship. Officially, the purpose of the ceremony is to formally close the border for the night and lower the national flag. However, it is an entertainment ceremony and a display of national pride for the thousands of people who come here every day.

Day 5 : Departure

Our tour comes to an end now. You will return with memories full of all the emotions of devotion, pride of our heritage & culture and non-the less the national pride experienced at border. We are sure you will definitely return back again.