Amritsar best package tour 1night/2days
Budget Package Rs 3800 per couple, Vehicle provided Tata Indica A/C car
Rs 3300 on single occupancy if you are travelling single
Hotels offered in budget package: Hotel Sukhman, Hotel Venus
Standard Package Rs 5000 per couple, Vehicle provided Tata Indigo A/C car
Rs 4400 on single occupancy if travelling single
Hotels offered in standard package: Hotel Khyber Continental, Hotel Shiraz Regency
Package Price include
Ø Pick up and drop from Amritsar railway station/airport.
Ø Sight seen by AC vehicle as per according to itinerary.
Ø One night accommodation in hotel at Amritsar.
Ø Buffet Breakfast.
Package Prices does not include
Ø Govt tax
Ø Personal expenses such as tips, telephone, laundry, medical bills and/or alcoholic beverages.
Ø Any other items not specified above
Tour eternity: Golden temple tour
Arrival at Amritsar station/airport our representative will meet and drops you to your hotel.
Visit to India Pakistan Wagah border
The Wagah Border flag ceremony is a popular tourist attraction and side trip from Amritsar, in Punjab India. The ceremony lasts for around 45 minutes in total. It starts with high patriotic spirits from both sides of the border. Soldiers march towards the gate at the border, which is thrown open when they reach there. The soldiers salute each other other and start lowering the flags.
The flags of both India and Pakistan are lowered at the same time. The soldiers retrieve and fold the flags, the gate slams shut, and a trumpet sounds the end of the ceremony. The soldiers then return with their country’s respective flag. Overnight stay at hotel
Visit to Golden Temple
Golden temple is one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in India. Considered as the ultimate place of the Sikh faith, the Golden temple of Amritsar attracts large number of devotees every year. Sikh devotees, for whom the Golden Temple is a symbol of freedom and spiritual independence, visit the Temple from all over the world to offer prayers. The Golden temple is also known as Harmandir Sahib, which means “the Temple of God”.
Next moving to Jallianwala bagh a historical monument that tells the sad story of mass killing during the independence movement in India, Jalianwallah Bagh is another must visit in Amritsar. Here lies the memorial of the martyrs of the 1919 massacre by British General Dyer. Presently the place also has a park.
Visit to Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum is situated in the middle of a beautiful garden named Ram Bagh, in Amritsar. The museum is named after Maharaja Ranjit Singh – one of the outstanding rulers of Punjab. On display are a fine collection of oil paintings, miniatures, coins, weapons and arms and amours. Also preserved here is the wreath placed by Queen Elizabeth.
After Amritsar sightseeing dropping at Amritsar Railway station / airport for onward journey.