After breakfast, you will start your tour with the guide and private AC cab.
you start with customised Heritage Walk, in which you see Building of Town hall which was built by the British, Gurdwara Sarahgarhi, Fort Ahluwalia built by the Sikhs during the misl period, Chowk jalebi wala, later visit to Akhara Sangalwala, Akhara chitta, Gurdwara Darshni Deori, Thukurdwara Dariana mall, Bazaar kaserian, then visit to Golden temple which is considered the Vatican city of the sikhs, every sikh once in life time must visit the Golden Temple, during the visit you also visit to the community kitchen where every day more-then 70 thousands people take meal without paying any thing, after visiting the temple you go to visit Jallianwala bagh, it the place where British General Dyer Opened fire on the innocents and killed more then 400, it is lunch time and you will be taken for lunch , and later to visit to Wagah Border to witness the retreat ceremony. This is only border between India and Pakistan through which cross over the border, The ceremony at the border starts takes place only once in day and and timing varies according to the season, in summer time is around 5-30 or 6 pm, in winter timing is 4 pm or 5 pm, at the ceremony you need not to take any purse battery, mobile charger, due to security reasons, you take there camera, a bottle of water and small wallet
After That, You will be taken back to the Hotel.
- Private Cab
- English Speaking Guide
- Lunch at Amritsar's Famous Restaurant/Dhaba (optional)
1. Visit the Golden Temple
Start your day with a visit to the Golden Temple. Make sure you carry a napkin or a scarf to cover your head before you enter the temple. Harmandir Sahib is a popular pilgrimage site so be prepared to wait in the queue for at least an hour. After you pay your respects, make sure you visit the langar area where community meals are offered to anyone who visits the temple. The langar is one of the largest in the country and by some estimates serves anywhere between 50,000 to 100,000 people every day. If you’re up for it, the temple complex also has a dormitory area where you can stay for free in return of service at the temple.
2. Jallianwala Bagh
The Jallianwala Bagh is around one km from the Golden Temple. It is known for the infamous massacre of April 1919. There is a memorial inside the garden, next to the Martyr’s Well in which people jumped to save themselves from the bullets. Several of the walls continue to have the bullet marks on them, a grim reminder of the gory massacre.
3. Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum
Just a minute away from the Jallianwala bagh is the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Palace which was converted into a museum the year Amritsar celebrated 400 years of existence. The palace was the king’s erstwhile summer home and now has arms, swords and armors, age-old currencies, artefacts, paintings and belongings of the king. After you visit the Museum, you’ll have to go back to Jallianwala bagh in order to proceed towards Wagah Border.
4. Wagah Border
Right outside the Jallianwala Bagh, bus and car services offer rides all the way to the Wagah Border. While there are options of booking a ride online, it’s better to book one on the spot as you can negotiate for either the car or bus fare. The famous Wagah Border parade starts at 5 pm and lasts for an hour but if you want to find a seat and watch the parade live, it is advisable to reach by 2 pm. Keep in mind that you’re allowed to carry just basic essentials like sunglasses, a water bottle and your wallet to the border area. If you want to interact with the soldiers and click pictures near the gates, wait till the area is mostly vacated.
5. Shop for Phulkari cloth and Amritsari jutti
On you way back to the Golden Temple, stop by Kapra Bazar to purchase hand woven phulkari cloth, salwar-kameez, dupattas and chunnis. The Raunak Store at Pink Plaza in the locality is a world famous shoe store known to manufacture and sell traditional leather footwear known as jutti.
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